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TAS-05-12/11 Temperature Alarm Function
• Provides alarm for over or under temperature, or diagnostic error
• Provides visual and audible indications of an alarm
• The audible alarm (2) can be turned on or off with switch (4)
• Relay contacts (5) are provided to allow hook-up of remote equipment such as a light,
a conveyor or a machine function
• Relay contacts are unaffected by the position switch (4)
• An infinite number of zones of control can be monitored as long as they are contained within
the same communications-style mainframe as the TAS module
System Control Functions
Up to 63 zones can be controlled remotely at one time. These zones must be contained within
the same communications-style mainframe as the TAS module.
NORMAL / IDLE
• Rotary switch (6) provides remote control of DSS-15-02/01, DSS-15-12/11, CSS-15-02/01,
SSM-15-02/01, and SSM-15-12/11
• Control modules can all be commanded to respond from NORMAL to IDLE (Standby Heat)
• In IDLE, the modules will adjust to a setting of 93˚C (200°F)
Exceptions: SSM-15-02/01 and SSM-15-12/11 adjust to a setting of 100˚C (212°F)
• Moving the rotary switch back to NORMAL restores all modules to their established setpoints
• The user can select IDLE for temporary lowering of all zones to prevent material degradation
• This feature can be used to keep heaters warm enough to prevent absorption of moisture
BOOST / OFF
• The SSM-15-02/01 and SSM-15-12/11 can be placed into BOOST and OFF
• BOOST will raise the setpoint of the module by 10, 20, or 30%
• OFF shuts off power to the heater but allows the user to monitor cool down of the
hot runner system
• Each SSM-15-02/01 and SSM-15-12/11 can be individually programmed to respond to OFF,
IDLE and BOOST commands
• The user can quickly drive all nozzle zones into BOOST to open frozen gate

Front Panel Controls and Indicators
1. Power On Indicator: LED illuminates when power is applied to the module.
2. Audible Alarm: Emits a loud audible alarm when the alarm switch (4) is placed in the
“1” position (ON) and an alarm condition is sent by a compatible control module.
3. Alarm Indicator: LED illuminates when an alarm condition is sent by a compatible module.
4. Audio Alarm On/Off Switch: Turns the audio alarm (2) on or off.
5. Alarm Relay Connector Provides relay contacts for use with remote equipment.
Mating connector is supplied.
6. System Control Switch: Activates the OFF, IDLE and BOOST mode in all
compatible modules.
7. Power On/Off Switch: Controls AC power to the module.
TAS-05-12/11 Temperature Alarm Function
• Provides alarm for over or under temperature, or diagnostic error
• Provides visual and audible indications of an alarm
• The audible alarm (2) can be turned on or off with switch (4)
• Relay contacts (5) are provided to allow hook-up of remote equipment such as a light,
a conveyor or a machine function
• Relay contacts are unaffected by the position switch (4)
• An infinite number of zones of control can be monitored as long as they are contained within
the same communications-style mainframe as the TAS module
System Control Functions
Up to 63 zones can be controlled remotely at one time. These zones must be contained within
the same communications-style mainframe as the TAS module.
NORMAL / IDLE
• Rotary switch (6) provides remote control of DSS-15-02/01, DSS-15-12/11, CSS-15-02/01,
SSM-15-02/01, and SSM-15-12/11
• Control modules can all be commanded to respond from NORMAL to IDLE (Standby Heat)
• In IDLE, the modules will adjust to a setting of 93˚C (200°F)
Exceptions: SSM-15-02/01 and SSM-15-12/11 adjust to a setting of 100˚C (212°F)
• Moving the rotary switch back to NORMAL restores all modules to their established setpoints
• The user can select IDLE for temporary lowering of all zones to prevent material degradation
• This feature can be used to keep heaters warm enough to prevent absorption of moisture
BOOST / OFF
• The SSM-15-02/01 and SSM-15-12/11 can be placed into BOOST and OFF
• BOOST will raise the setpoint of the module by 10, 20, or 30%
• OFF shuts off power to the heater but allows the user to monitor cool down of the
hot runner system
• Each SSM-15-02/01 and SSM-15-12/11 can be individually programmed to respond to OFF,
IDLE and BOOST commands
• The user can quickly drive all nozzle zones into BOOST to open frozen gates
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38Smart Series
® | Temperature Alarm/System Control Modules
Temperature Alarm/System Control Modules
Smart Series®
NOTE: Standard (240 VAC) modules are compatible with mainframes wired for either 240 VAC
three-phase (standard) or 240 VAC single-phase. Use TAS-05-11 for 120 VAC operation.
FUSE REQUIREMENTS: (2) ABC-1 fuses. NOTE: (2) spare fuses included with module.
WARRANTY: Three years (excluding fuses)