Emerson 16E09-101 Instruction Manual

Emerson 16E09-101 Instruction Manual

Emerson 16E09-101 Description

The 16E09-101 is a single stage electronic temperature control, with a Nema 1 rated enclosure, and can be used for most applications within the temperature control range of -40° to 220°F, (-40° to 104°C). The control has an SPDT (Single Pole Double Throw) output load relay. The control has user options to control differential, anti-short cycle delay, set back, offset, alarms and more. It includes an NTC (Negative Temperature Coefficient) thermistor temperature sensor, and can be used with certain other NTC or PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) thermistors that meet the specified resistance vs. temperature specifications. See the tables on page 7.

Emerson 16E09-101 Manual

The control can fit many applications, which range from refrigeration to heating due to the wide temperature range of the control stated above. Typical applications include walkin freezers, beverage coolers, supermarket display cases for flowers, produce, meats, convenience store refrigerated cases, food warmers, boiler control, and certain industrial applications.

Emerson 16E09-101 Table of CONTENTS

Basic Description.................................... 1
Precautions............................................ 1
Installation.............................................. 2
Wiring.................................................... 3
User Menu.............................................. 4
Operation............................................... 5
Specifications......................................... 7
Troubleshooting...................................... 8

Emerson 16E09-101 INSTALLATION

The control has a user selection for changing the setpoint to be either the Cut In or the Cut Out setting. The user must be careful to understand how this effects the “range” in which the control will operate when the differential value is entered. If entered values are incorrect, the control could operate outside the user’s intended settings due to set-up error. See section titled "Operation".

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NOTE:
Green Status Indicator LED and display backlight operation It may be observed from time to time that the green status indicator LED and display back-light will briefly turn off during a call for heating or cooling. During this time, the control is performing a self-check lasting up to 15 seconds. This is normal operation of the control and the load power will be maintained

Emerson 16E09-101 Wiring Instruction

Wiring Instruction Notes
Switch Settings
Switch SW2 must be set for applications as shown:

 

SW2

Line Voltage (Power Stealing)

PS

Line Voltage (Non Power Stealing)

Non PS

24 VAC (Non Power Stealing)

Non PS

Emerson 16E09-101 Power Stealing

Power Stealing is an electronic design within the control that can eliminate the need to connect a neutral line to power the control. The control receives power from the unit it is controlling. Power Stealing saves time and money by often eliminating the labor to run a neutral wire to the control for power. See compatibility chart below for certain limitations. 

Power Stealing Compatibility Chart

 

Application

Power Stealing

Non-Power Stealing

Line Voltage, replacing existing control that has a common wire

Yes

Yes

Line Voltage, with load greater than 2.5 amps, without Defrost timer or other power interruption circuit, with or without alarm

Yes

Yes

Line Voltage, with load greater than 2.5 amps, with Defrost timer of other power interruption circuit, no alarm

See Note 1

Yes

Line Voltage with load greater than 2.5 amps, with Defrost timer or other power Interruption circuit, with alarm

No

Yes

Line Voltage with load less than 2.5 amps

No

Yes

24 VAC Application

No

Yes

NOTE 1: During defrost or time when load circuit is broke, display will be blank because power has been interrupted to the control. All menu settings and setpoint will be restored when power is returned. 

* NTC – Negative Temperature Coefficient
PTC – Positive Temperature Coefficient
NOTE: Only one sensor (PTC or NTC) may be connected. Sensor must meet specific temperature vs. resistance specifications.

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