ISE Frequently Asked Questions - Controllers:West 6500 Series
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1 How do I wire my control.

Follow the link for a typical wiring diagram. This diagram relates to the West 6x01 series 1/16 DIN control with a relay output for output #1. 6100, 6400, 6500, 6600 series.

2 How does West Easytune work?

Easytune is an automatic tuning method used on the West 6500 series control that re-calculates new PID terms after each power-up. By remembering the overshoot from the previous power-up it is able to improve the start-up behavior (and subsequent tuning terms)…

3 Why does my display show [HH] instead of the Process Value?

This error message indicates that the Process Variable is above the upper limit of the range. For example, if the temperature is 305C when the range is set for 0 to 300C. The 3 digit display as used on the model 6500 will show [H]. This message can also be…

4 Why does my display show [LL] instead of the Process Value?

This error message indicates that the Process Variable is below the lower limit of the range. For example, if the temperature is -5C when the range is set for 0 to 300C. The 3 digit display as used on the model 6500 will show [L]. This error can be caused…

5 Why does my display show [OPEN] instead of the Process Value?

This error message indicates that the signal from your sensor is absent. This may be caused by a faulty sensor, a break in the wiring from the sensor to the instrument, or a loose connection on the rear terminals. The 3 digit display as used on the model…

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