Turn the tribrach clamp counterclockwise to loosen. Lift the instrument to detach. Attaching the instrument to the tribrach 1. Page Mode Structure 4. Page 19 4. Page Basic Operation 5. Page 21 5. The touch panel can be operated using either the stylus pen provided or your fingers. It is also possible to de-activate the touch panel temporarily. Page 23 5. Icons whose background are gray cannot be selected. Version display mode screen Instrument name Serial number Page 24 5.
The capitalized letter in the Operating icon indicates the currently selected mode. Page 25 5. Number Status icons Indicate the current status of the instrument. Tapping icons will switch between the relevant options for that item. Tapping and holding will display a list of all available options for that item and, in certain cases, a link to the configuration screen for that item. Tap the icon again to close. Page Starkey Mode 5. Page 28 5. You can jump to the Distance config.
Page 29 5. Page 30 5. Page 31 5. You can jump to the Display config. Page Using The Battery 6. Charge the battery fully before using the instrument. This is normal. Page Setting Up The Instrument 7. Make sure the legs are spaced at equal intervals and the head is approximately level.
Page Levelling 7. Power ON the instrument. Press [L-ON]. The laser plummet beam will be emitted from the bottom of the instrument. Page 36 7. Replace it with a fully charged battery. Page Configuring The Touch Panel 8. Press and hold about 1sec the power key on the side of the instrument. In this event, stop measurement, switch off the power and charge the battery or replace with a fully charged battery.
A cold boot will not erase surveying data in the instrument but all the parameters will be changed to the factory settings. Page Connecting To External Devices 9. Page 41 9.
Select "S-Type". Perform communication settings for S-type. Page 42 9. Set "Authentication" to "Yes" or "No". If "Authentication" is set to "Yes", the passkey will also need to be input on the companion device. When "Authentication" is set to "Yes", input the same passkey as that for the intended companion device. Power OFF the instrument and connect the instrument and a data collector with a interface cable. Perform communication setting for RSC.
Page 46 9. Page 47 9. Set related items and press [OK]. Check the connection status in Wireless Information screen. A program installed on the instrument can now communicate with an external device. Page 49 9. Open the battery cover. Inserted adaptor may not be taken out or it may damage the inside of the SIM card slot.
Page 50 9. Page 52 9. Page 53 9. Page Inserting Usb Flash Drive 9. Page Target Sighting And Measurement A dialog box will pop up asking users to input a line number. After keying in a number, press F1 to go to the desired line.
After users follow the prompts shown on the dialog box to key in every needed parameter, the CNC milling controller can start milling a work piece immediately. Press F4 under the main menu to select this function. Absolute coordinate display at the upper right corner of the left half screen. Operation: Under Monitor submenu, press F1 to toggle coordinate display between the four coordinates as shown as the following figure:.
Operation: Under Monitor submenu, press F2 and then F1. The operator can use the cursor to move the frame to the determined area. Press F3 under Monitor submenu and type in single-line G or M code. Press F1 OK to confirm the input command. The typed-in command line will show on right upper corner of the screen. The following figure shows an example of this function. When part count reach required part count ,CNC would stop executing. Operation: Under Mo. In order to clear the errors, users can press F5 in the main menu for Alarm submenu as shown in the following figure.
A dialog box will prompt users to type in file name to be saved. It can also be used to maintain and debug the control devices. Under the main. Under the. So ,people and machine safety is guarantee. Mode select to HOME mode 2. CNC would start the machine home function. Operator can set the incremental distance by G00 rotary switch 4. Mode select to MPG mode 2. Select axis by hand box 3. Select incremental distance 4. After Home function. AUTO mode is available 3.
Set workpiece coor. G59 in the NC file 4. MDI mode is available 3. Description : User can use this function to check NC file Operation : 1. Mode select to AUTO mode 2. Machine is still not moving 6. MPG rotate faster ,machining speed is faster 8. This function is for user to check his NC file Block by Block. This function uses to change tool or check workpiece. If this key is not pressed ,CNC would execute this block. HOME 3. Setting the Workpiece origin offset value G G59 7.
Graphic Simulation Auto center Auto Tool. Otherwise, the other keys will be inoperative. Blue keys 1 Holding down the Whistling sound.
R-reference and G-reference are available. The display range is from 0. The range for each dot can be set between 0. Displays the memory channel, probe no. In case of error, an error message will appear. For a description of what to do in case of error, refer to page S Page 36 Displays the calibration mode for the currently selected memory channel. Page 26 It also explains installation method of the optional 4-Probe Expansion Board.
For periodic inspection, contact a Konica Minolta authorized service facility. Doing so may damage it, resulting in fire or electric shock. About Connection 1. Install the 4-Probe Expansion Board. AC power cord 3 To an AC outlet. For details, refer to page Page 27 2 Connect necessary number of probes to the probe connectors [P2] to [P5]. Page 88 2. Page 28 [Turning the Power ON ].
Probe serial no. Press the MODE key. Press the CH and keys. Changing Method for parameters 4 to 11 For parameters 4 to 11 , switch the LCD display section to the menu selection screen as explained below. The LCD display section will switch to the menu selection screen. Press the key to select the desired setting, and press the key to confirm the selection. Changing Method for parameter 12 13 For the setting method, refer to the page given in the above table.
Keeping the key held down will display as shown below, switching the luminance unit from one to another. MeasurementPreparation The Measurement Preparation section explains preparations instrument setting, zero calibration that are required prior to measurement. Zero Calibration Explains the zero point adjustment method. Page 34 Measurement cannot be performed if zero calibration has not been completed.
Set the pointing ring to the 0-CAL position. Be careful because zero calibration can't be done properly. Press the 0-CAL key. Measurement will start automatically at the end of zero calibration. During zero calibration End of zero calibration.
Register and get 5 for free. Upload manuals that we do not have and get 1 for each file. Get 1 for every download of your manual. Failure to adhere to the following points may result in injury or. Explains how to connect measuring probes and connect the power cord. Measurement cannot be performed if zero calibration is not completed.
Explains measurement method types and settings that must be made. Check what settings you need to make. Please read when the instrument does not function correctly. LCD display Key panel USB connector Connect measuring probes to this board, to allow simultaneous.
It is possible to install Measuring Probes of all types to be. Make sure that the distance from the dis-. Make sure that the probe is placed perpendicular to the. Take care not to direct the measuring probe to a high-in-. Before pressing this key, make sure that.
Measurement mode changes in the following order. Note Remote mode should not be activated unless you are going to communi-. The memory channel switches from one to another each time the. This key enables you to use the number-.
Pressing this key again will restore the origi-. Pressing this key again will restore the original function of the LCD. Stores the current settings probe, SYNC, memory channel, measurement.
The settings will be effective when the power is. Displays serial number of the probe in use at the time calibration to. Some albums have took a couple of years, some a couple of weeks.
It really is how long is a piece of string. Either through playing a real musical instrument or reading up on theory and composition techniques. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Checking sensor coils and RTD Problems with sensor coils can cause several alarms, including sensor failure and a variety of out-of-range conditions.
Checking the sensor coils involves testing the terminal pairs and testing for shorts to case. If you have a 9-wire remote or a remote core processor with remote transmitter installation Figure : 1. Remove the end-cap from the core processor housing. Unplug the terminal blocks from the terminal board. Using a digital multimeter DMM , check the coils listed in Table by placing the DMM leads on the unplugged terminal blocks for each terminal pair. There should be no open circuits i.
If there are any unusual readings, repeat the coil measurement tests at the sensor junction box to eliminate the possibility of faulty cable. If the cable is faulty, replace the cable. Leave the core processor terminal blocks disconnected.
At the sensor, open the junction box and test every terminal for a short to case by placing one DMM lead on a terminal and the other lead on the sensor case.
With the DMM set to its highest range, there should be infinite resistance on each lead. If there is any resistance at all, there is a short to case. If a short to case is indicated, check for moisture or corrosion in the junction box.
If you are unable to determine the source of the problem, contact Micro Motion Customer Service. Test for shorts between terminals by testing resistance across the following terminal pairs. There should be infinite resistance in each case. If there is any resistance at all, there is a short between the terminals. Note: D sensors and CMF sensors with booster amplifiers have different terminal pairs. Contact Micro Motion Customer Service for assistance. If you have a 4-wire remote installation or an integral installation Figure : 1.
If the transmitter is in a hazardous environment, wait five minutes. If you have a 4-wire remote installation, remove the core processor lid. If you have an integral installation: a. Gently lift the transmitter straight up, disengaging it from the base. Note: You have the option of disconnecting the 4-wire cable or leaving it connected. Loosen the captive screw 2,5 mm at the center of the core processor. Carefully remove the core processor from the sensor by grasping it and lifting it straight up.
Do not twist or rotate the core processor. If the core processor pins are bent, broken, or damaged in any way, the core processor will not operate. Do not twist or rotate the core processor when lifting it.
When replacing the core processor on the pins, be sure to align the guide pins and mount the core processor carefully. Use a digital multimeter DMM to check the resistance across the right and left pickoff coils. The right pickoff is pins 6 and 8. The left pickoff is pins 5 and 9. Neither pair should be an open circuit i. The RTD is pins 7 and 4. The LLC is pins 3 and 4. Test for a ground to case by checking the resistance between each pin and the sensor case.
If a short to case is indicated, check for moisture or corrosion. Test for shorts across terminals by testing restistance across the following terminal pairs.
Reinstalling the core processor 1. Align the three guide pins on the bottom of the core processor with the corresponding holes in the base of the core processor housing. Carefully mount the core processor on the pins, taking care not to bend any pins. Tighten the captive screw to 6 to 10 in-lbs 0,7 to 1,1 N-m of torque. If you removed the core processor, replace the core processor according to the instructions below.
If you have a 4-wire remote installation, replace the core processor lid. Tighten the cap screws, torquing to 20 to 30 in-lbs 2,3 to 3,4 N-m. Note: When reassembling the flowmeter components, grease all O-rings. Calibration Troubleshooting Specifications. Screw terminals accept one or two solid conductors, 14 to 12 AWG 2,5 to 4 mm2 ; or one or two stranded conductors, 22 to 14 AWG 0,35 to 2,5 mm2 Troubleshooting.
Screw terminals accept one or two solid conductors, 14 to 12 AWG 2,5 to 4,0 mm2 , or one or two stranded conductors, 22 to 14 AWG 0,34 to 2,5 mm2. Service port connection The transmitter has two clips for temporary connection to the service port.
Core processor: two intrinsically safe terminal blocks with 3 sockets and one intrinsically safe terminal block with 4 sockets only 3 sockets are used. Profibus-PA wiring is intrinsically safe with an intrinsically safe Profibus-PA network power supply.
At startup, transmitter power source must provide a minimum of 1. Hazardous area classifications The transmitter may have a tag listing hazardous area classifications, which indicate compliance with the standards listed below. Transmitter Class I, Div. Class II, Div. Otherwise, Class I, Div.
Outputs Provides nonincendive sensor outputs for use in Class I, Div. Performance specifications Refer to the sensor Product Data Sheet for performance specifications.
Terminal compartment contains output terminals, power terminals and service-port terminals. The output terminals are physically separated from the power- and service-port terminals -. The sensor compartment contains the wiring terminals for connection to the core processor on the sensor. The Model field-mount transmitter is available in several mounting configurations see Figure For non-integral installations, maximum cable length between flowmeter components depends on the cable type.
See Table A Table A In any mounting configuration, the transmitter can be rotated degrees, in degree increments. Segmented 2-line display with LCD screen with optical controls and flowmeter-status LED is standard and is suitable for hazardous area installation.
LCD line 1 lists the process variable, line 2 lists engineering unit of measure through a non-glare tempered glass lens. To facilitate various mounting orientations, the display can rotate on transmitter, degrees, in degree increments. A green, yellow, or red status light, either continuously on or blinking, immediately indicates flowmeter status.
For weight of integrally mounted transmitter and sensor, refer to sensor specifications. The weight of the remotely mounted transmitter is as follows:. For dimensions of integrally mounted transmitters and sensors, refer to the appropriate sensor product data sheet.
Note: These dimensions apply to the transmitter in 4-wire remote installations or remote core processor with remote transmitter installations. Note: These dimensions apply to the core processor component in remote core processor with remote transmitter installations.
Transmit and receive configuration information between ProLink II software and compatible devices. If you are unable to perform the tasks listed above, consult the ProLink II software manual before attempting to use the software to configure a transmitter. The service port is located within the transmitter wiring compartment, beneath the intrinsic safety cover.
See Figure B Figure B To temporarily connect to the service port, which is located in the non-intrinsically safe power-supply compartment: 1.
Open the cover to the intrinsically safe wiring compartment. Because the wiring compartment must be open to make a connection to the service port, the service port should only be used for temporary connections. When the transmitter is in an explosive atmosphere, do not use the service port to connect to the transmitter. Connect one end of the signal converter leads to the RS terminals on the signal converter. Connect the other end of the signal converter leads to the service-port terminals.
To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not touch the power supply wires or terminals while using the service port.
Overview This appendix describes the basic use of the display and provides a menu tree for the display. You can use the menu tree to locate and perform display commands quickly.
The Scroll and Select optical switches are used to navigate the transmitter display. To activate an optical switch, touch the glass in front of the optical switch or move your finger over the optical switch close to the glass. The optical switch indicator will be solid red when a single switch is activated, and will flash red when both switches are activated simultaneously.
Return Policy. Display password Some of the display functions, such as the off-line menu and resetting totalizers, can be protected by a password. For information about setting the password, refer to Section 5.
If a password is required, the word CODE? Enter the digits of the password one at a time by using Scroll to choose a number and Select to move to the next digit. If you encounter the display password screen but do not know the password, wait 60 seconds without activating the display detectors.
The password screen will time out automatically and you will be returned to the previous screen. Abbreviations The display uses a number of abbreviations. Table C-1 lists the abbreviations used by the display. Table C The information in this appendix is specific to connecting this software to the Micro Motion Model with Profibus-PA. Create a temporary folder on the desktop and extract the downloaded files into the temporary folder.
Open the temporary folder and run the DeviceInstall. Follow the instructions provided by the installation wizard. If the installation wizard fails: a. Start the Simatic PDM program. Switch to the Process Device Network View. Create a new project that includes your Profibus-DP network. If you need help creating a new project, refer to the Simatic PDM documentation. Assign the tag a slave address of This address can be changed using the display. If the slave address has been changed, assign the device tag to the correct transmitter slave address in Step 5.
Double-click the device tag. If asked to log on as a Maintenance Engineer or as a Specialist, select Specialist. Figure D Click the Table tab. Select the online dialog in the table available checkbox. Click OK. General guidelines Micro Motion procedures must be followed when returning equipment. These procedures ensure legal compliance with government transportation agencies and help provide a safe working environment for Micro Motion employees.
Failure to follow Micro Motion procedures will result in your equipment being refused delivery. Using the Display. Information on return procedures and forms is available on our Web support system at www. New and unused equipment Only equipment that has not been removed from the original shipping package will be considered new and unused. Used equipment All equipment that is not classified as new and unused is considered used.
This equipment must be completely decontaminated and cleaned before being returned. Used equipment must be accompanied by a completed Return Materials Authorization form and a Decontamination Statement for all process fluids that have been in contact with the equipment.
If a Decontamination Statement cannot be completed e. Index Numerics 4-wire cable 16 connecting 21, 22 preparing 18, 19, 20, 21 4-wire remote installation 2 grounding 11 mounting 7 wiring 16 9-wire cable 17 connecting 23 grounding 18, 23 preparing 22 9-wire remote installation 2 grounding 12 mounting 8 wiring 17 A AC power requirements 3, 99 Accessibility 5 Acknowledging alarms 36 Address see Slave address AI function block alarm bits 34 alarm hysteresis parameters 49 alarm parameters 49 cannot write to 81 channels 42 density damping parameters 51 flow damping parameters 50 measurement unit parameters 45 output scale parameters 48 process variables 32 temperature damping parameters 52 Alarms 82 acknowledging 36 display codes 82 high 48 hysteresis 49 low 48 process 48 Profibus codes for 82 ProLink II names for U UL 3, 16, V Vibration limits 3, 99 Volume damping see Flow damping Volume flow cutoff see Cutoffs Volume flow meter factor 53 Volume inventory see Totalizers Volume totalizer see Totalizers W Wall mount 7, 8, 10 Wire gauge 5 Wiring 15 4-wire remote 16 9-wire cable 17 9-wire remote 17 cable gland 18, 19 conduit 18 connecting 4-wire cable 21, 22 connecting 9-wire cable 23 preparing 4-wire cable 18, 19, 20, 21 preparing 9-wire cable 22 problems 85 Profibus-PA 24 remote core processor 18 shield termination 18 troubleshooting 84 Wiring distances 5, Z Zeroing 26 failure 78 preparing for 26 with Profibus host 27 with ProLink II software 29 with the display Micro Motion Inc.
T F See More. Contents Chapter 1 Installing the Transmitter. Transmitter Installation: Model Transmitter with Profibus-PA 77 77 77 77 78 78 78 81 81 81 81 81 81 82 84 85 85 85 85 86 86 86 87 87 88 88 89 89 91 91 91 93 vii Contents continued Appendix A Specifications.
Startup 1. Example The transmitter is mounted feet from a DC power supply. Startup CAUTION Condensation or excessive moisture entering the transmitter could damage the transmitter and result in measurement error or flowmeter failure. Installation 2. Startup 4. Restore power to the transmitter. Installation Micro Motion offers three types of 9-wire cable: jacketed, shielded, and armored.
Wiring 1. Installation - 2. Figure Wrapping the shield drain wires e. Applying the heat shrink g. Figure Install the gland body into the core processor housing conduit opening. Gland body and core processor housing Wiring 5. Insert the wires through the gland body and assemble the gland by tightening the gland nut.
Startup 6. Reinstall and tighten the core processor housing cover. Do not twist the core processor. If using jacketed cable: If using shielded or armored cable: Startup a.
Figure Overview of the startup procedure Start Apply power. Zero the flowmeter. Operation Before using ProLink II software via the service port to communicate with the transmitter in a hazardous area, make sure the atmosphere is free of explosive gases. Wiring 3. Startup Note: If the flowmeter fails the zeroing procedure twice, refer to Section 7. Installation 1. Volume total See Section 4. With the display Wiring The display reports the abbreviated name of the process variable e.
Wiring To accomplish this With a Profibus host Table shows how you can control the totalizers with a Profibus host.
Reset volume totalizer Host sends 1 byte to slot configured as volume totalizer: 0x01 Reset The volume total will continue to reset until the output byte is changed to 0x00 Totalize. Select Select YES? Table Process variables by transducer block channel Process variable Transducer block channel Mass flow 1 Temperature 2 Density 3 Volume flow 4 To assign an AI function block to a transducer block channel: 1.
Changing Settings a. Calibration You can change the slave address of the transmitter with a Profibus configuration tool, a Profibus host, the display, or ProLink II software.
With the display To change the slave address with the display, see Figure Select advances to next digit. Table 5. Calibration If you need to use a non-standard unit of measure, you can create one special measurement unit for mass flow and one special measurement unit for volume flow. Volume totalizer measurement unit name: pints Transmitter Installation: Model Transmitter with Profibus-PA 45 Changing the Transmitter Settings continued Note: Special measurement unit names can be up to 8 characters long i.
Calibration 8. Troubleshooting 6. Alarm hysteresis The alarm hysteresis value prevents alarms from being unnecessarily repeated when the process value hovers around the alarm limit. Troubleshooting Figure High versus low alarm hysteresis values New alarms not created Calibration 5. Changing Settings With a Profibus configuration tool Calibration 5. Troubleshooting 3. Troubleshooting The new mass flow meter factor is 0. Specifications 5. Changing Settings Cutoffs are user-defined values below which the transmitter reports a value of zero for the specified process variable.
Calibration 3. Type the new mass flow cutoff in the Mass Flow Cutoff box. To change the measurement mode parameter with a Profibus configuration tool: Changing Settings The measurement mode parameter defines how the flow is added to or subtracted from the totalizers. Calibration 5. Table Totalizer behavior for each measurement mode value Measurement mode value Forward flow 1 Reverse flow Unidirectional Increase No change Bidirectional Increase Decrease 1 This table assumes that the flow direction parameter Section 5.
Each display function and its associated parameter are listed in Table Table Display functions and parameters Display function Enabled Disabled Transducer block parameter Totalizer reset Operators are able to reset the mass and volume totalizers. Operators are prevented from resetting the mass and volume totalizers.
Operators must Scroll to view process variables. Operators are prevented from gaining access to the off-line menu. Operators have access to the off-line menu without a password.
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