I am trying to wire up an RTD to a PID from Auber Instruments. RTDs use three wires. This one has two red and one white. I know I need to keep the wiring consistent through the connectors and that parts ois right.
And here is the wiring diagram for the PID:
Note: The connector supplied by Auber has the two reds leads soldered together. Is that right? Maybe I need to seperate those and it would work>???
Right now, it reads about 40º too high. Ambient is about 68º and it is reading 121º.
Thanks in advance!!
White goes to 8, the reds go to 9 & 10. If you choose not to separate the reds, you have to run a jumper between 9 & 10.
Oh, don't forget to set the input type in the PID to P10.0.
We ended up resoldering so the reds were separated and setting intput to P10.0 and that did it. Thanks!
my Auber SYL-2352 PID needed an input of 21 for the PT100-L50NPT (2" probe 1/4"npt)
Yes. The input parameter for your particular model will be in the user manual. The PID from the OP is the Auber SYL-2362.