Single loop controllers are used in a variety of industrial facilities such as power plants, oil refineries, petrochemical plants, chemical plants, and iron and steel plants. These controllers receive temperature, flow rate, pressure, and other types of measurement readings from sensors and send corresponding instructions to control elements such as valves in order to maintain these values within a desired range. Each control loop has its own controller. Single loop controllers are widely used in industry today to control small plant facilities and serve as back-ups to distributed control systems.
The YS1700 Programmable Indicating Controller can be tailored for various applications by running a user program, and offers high reliability thanks to Yokogawa's proprietary technology, user friendliness, and expandability.
The YS1350 is a manual setter that allows for manually outputting setting signals to controllers and the like. The YS1360 is a manual setter that allows for manually outputting operation signals to operation terminals.
The YS1310 Indicator with Alarms is an input indicator that has alarms with two inputs. Two loops can be displayed simultaneously. A high limit alarm, low limit alarm, high-high limit alarm, and low-low limit alarm can be generated for each of the two inputs, and the AND connection or OR connection of arbitrary alarms can be output from a total of 6 contacts.
If a YS1360, YS136, YS1500, YS150, YS1700, or YS170 instruments fails, the YS110 Standby Manual Station can be used to output a 4 to 20 mA signal to the control valve actuator instead of the instruments.
The 7 Style R models have completely interchangeable I/O specifications, terminal arrays and shapes. They can be replaced with the latest devices just by replacing the internal instruments, leaving the wiring intact.