Adler AG 745-34 Speedpocket Operating instructions

745 - 34 Speedpocket
Sewing unit for runstitching
of rectangular piped pockets
Operating Instructions
1
Installation Instructions
2
Service Instructions
3
Instructions for programming DAC
4
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Ausgabe / Edition:
06/2007
Änderungsindex
Rev. index: 02.0
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Teile-Nr./Part.-No.:
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Foreword
This instruction manual is intended to help the user to become familiar
with the machine and take advantage of its application possibilities in
accordance with the recommendations.
The instruction manual contains important information on how to
operate the machine securely, properly and economically. Observation
of the instructions eliminates danger, reduces costs for repair and
down-times, and increases the reliability and life of the machine.
The instruction manual is intended to complement existing national
accident prevention and environment protection regulations.
The instruction manual must always be available at the machine/sewing
unit.
The instruction manual must be read and applied by any person that is
authorized to work on the machine/sewing unit. This means:
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Operation, including equipping, troubleshooting during the work
cycle, removing of fabric waste,
Service (maintenance, inspection, repair) and/or
Transport.
The user also has to assure that only authorized personnel work on the
machine.
The user is obliged to check the machine at least once per shift for
apparent damages and to immediatly report any changes (including the
performance in service), which impair the safety.
The user company must ensure that the machine is only operated in
perfect working order.
Never remove or disable any safety devices.
If safety devices need to be removed for equipping, repairing or
maintaining, the safety devices must be remounted directly after
completion of the maintenance and repair work.
Unauthorized modification of the machine rules out liability of the
manufacturer for damage resulting from this.
Observe all safety and danger recommendations on the machine/unit!
The yellow-and-black striped surfaces designate permanend danger
areas, eg danger of squashing, cutting, shearing or collision.
Besides the recommendations in this instruction manual also observe
the general safety and accident prevention regulations!
General safety instructions
The non-observance of the following safety instructions can cause
bodily injuries or damages to the machine.
1. The machine must only be commissioned in full knowledge of the
instruction book and operated by persons with appropriate training.
2. Before putting into service also read the safety rules and
instructions of the motor supplier.
3. The machine must be used only for the purpose intended. Use of
the machine without the safety devices is not permitted. Observe all
the relevant safety regulations.
4. When gauge parts are exchanged (e.g. needle, presser foot, needle
plate, feed dog and bobbin) when threading, when the workplace is
left, and during service work, the machine must be disconnected
from the mains by switching off the master switch or disconnecting
the mains plug.
5. Daily servicing work must be carried out only by appropriately
trained persons.
6. Repairs, conversion and special maintenance work must only be
carried out by technicians or persons with appropriate training.
7. For service or repair work on pneumatic systems, disconnect the
machine from the compressed air supply system (max. 7-10 bar).
Before disconnecting, reduce the pressure of the maintenance unit.
Exceptions to this are only adjustments and functions checks made
by appropriately trained technicians.
8. Work on the electrical equipment must be carried out only by
electricians or appropriately trained persons.
9. Work on parts and systems under electric current is not permitted,
except as specified in regulations DIN VDE 0105.
10. Conversion or changes to the machine must be authorized by us
and made only in adherence to all safety regulations.
11. For repairs, only replacement parts approved by us must be used.
12. Commissioning of the sewing head is prohibited until such time as
the entire sewing unit is found to comply with EC directives.
13. The line cord should be equipped with a country-specific mains
plug. This work must be carried out by appropriately trained
technicians (see paragraph 8).
It is absolutely necessary to respect the safety
instructions marked by these signs.
Danger of bodily injuries !
Please note also the general safety instructions.
Index
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Part 4: Programming Instructions DAC Cl. 745-34 Speedpocket
Program version A 02.0
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Structure of menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2.1
2.2
Operation
Editing the pocket program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing the sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Setting programs of the machine
Indicating / Deleting the counter for the bobbin thread
Setting the counter for the bobbin thread quantity . . .
Testing the feeding process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step-by-step mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dongle menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
Multitest
Testing the output elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Testing the input elements manually . . . . . . . . . . . .
Testing the input elements automatically . . . . . . . . .
Testing the ROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Testing the RAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Testing the sewing motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying the fault recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Testing the corner knives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Testing the center knife activation . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the light-barrier for the flap . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional equipment - Setting the thread monitor . . . . .
Optional equipment - Setting the 2 nd light barrier for the
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5.
Table Seam Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.
Machine parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.
Error messages/ Functional indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8.
Input elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.
Output elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.
Structure of menu
Switch-on
Multitest
“P” and “ç”
“P” and “è”
901
902
903
904
905
906
907
950
951
952
953
954
Output elements
Input elements, manual
Input elements, automatic
Testing the ROM
Testing the RAM
Testing the sewing motor
Displaying the fault recorder
Testing the corner knives
Testing the center knife
Setting the light-barrier for the flap
Setting the thread monitor
Setting the 2nd light barrier for the flap
Initializing the parameters Code : 2548
400
500
600
Machine parameters
Initializing the parameters
501 Machine parameters
502 Pockets
503 Sequence
504 All parameters
Displaying the counter of pieces
Produced
Sewing mode
“P” and “F”
Setting programs
301
Indicating / Deleting
the counter for the bobbin thread quantity
302
Setting the bobbin thread counter
303
Testing the feeding process
304
Step-by-step mode
305
Dongle
“P”
Editing the current seam parameters,
100 -136
“F” short/long
Sequence, short = on/off,
long = editing
“ESC” and “ç”
Indicating / Deleting the piece counter
“ESC” and “ê”
Center knife on/ off
“ESC” and “é”
Corner knife on/ off
“ESC” and “è”
Stacker on/ off
“é” or “ê”
Changing the current seam length
“ç” or “è”
Changing over to the next seam
program
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2.
Operation
If neither the key ( “P” and “è ” ) nor the key ( “P” and “ç ” )
is pressed within 2 seconds after switching on, the program
starts the sewing mode.
First the machine has to carry out the reference run initiated
by the pedal.
Until then the display will flash.
rEF
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2.1 Editing the pocket program
When the machine is in basic position and in the sewing mode and the
key “P” is actuated, you get into the level for editing the current pocket
program.
In case the feeding process has started already, this is not possible.
For this purpose the feeding operation would have to be cancelled so
that the machine is in its basic position again.
Selecting the seam parameter
100
23
current parameter value
The parameter number flashes, select with the keys”é“ and ”ê“.
After “OK” the display changes, e.g. ->
Editing the seam parameter
108
054
One digit of the value 054 flashes and can be changed with the keys
”é“ and ”ê“ and saved with “OK”.
“ESC” -> no alteration and back.
With the keys “¬ “ or “ ®” you can change to the next editable digit.
Parameter No. 108
Initializing the pocket program
1P P
I n I
9P P
I n I
After a short actuation of “F” the display changes to this submenu.
The initialization is carried out with “OK” and aborted with “ESC”. With
the initialization a pocket program with standard values is loaded.
With a long actuation of “F” all 9 seam pograms are initialized.
Afterwards the display changes to the mode for selecting a seam
parameter in the current seam program again.
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2.2 Editing the sequence
When in the sewing mode key “F” is pressed longer than 2 seconds,
you get into the level for editing the sequence.
With a short actuation of “F” the sequence is switched on or off.
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At the beginning of editing the sequence the current sequence is
cancelled and the first digit after the “S” flashes.
123 4 5 67
With the keys “­“ and ” ¯“ the program number can be altered. With the
keys”¬“ or “®” you change to the next position.
After actuating the key ”¬” the position right of the flashing digit is
cancelled. Thus, the number of seam programs per sequence is
determined. Max. 7 seam programs can be entered per sequence.
With “OK” the editing of the sequence is finished and the display goes
back to the sewing mode with sequence.
2.3 Piece counter
When actuating “ESC” and “¬” in the sewing mode, the daily piece
counter is displayed.
S
6
1054
With a short touch of key “ESC” you change to the sewing mode again.
With a long actuation of “OK” the counter is set to “0” and the display
“0” appears until the “ESC”-key is actuated.
3.
Setting programs of the machine
The setting programs can be reached from the sewing mode by
actuating “P” and “F” simultaneously
List of setting programs:
301
Indicating the counter for the bobbin thread quantity / Deleting
302
Setting the counter for the bobbin thread quantity
303
Testing the feeding process
304
Step-by-step mode
The various setting programs can be selected with the keys “­“ and
” ¯“, activated with “OK” and quitted with “ESC”.
30x
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After actuating “OK” the selected program is activated.
3.1 Indicating the counter for the bobbin thread quantity / Deleting
301
12 34
The current value can be reset to the programmed maximum value by
a long actuation of “OK”.
The indicated value has to be multiplied by 10.
3.2
Setting the counter for the bobbin thread quantity
302
1 2 34
The value flashes and can be altered with the keys “­“ and ” ¯“. When
actuating “OK” the value is saved and a setting program can be
selected again.
The indicated value has to be multiplied by 10.
At the value 0 the bobbin thread counter is switched off.
3.3 Testing the feeding process
303
on
After a long actuation of “OK” the program changes to the sewing
process.
After the reference run the feeding process is carried out as in the
sewing program. When actuating the pedal in inching operation the
transport carriage runs in its rear position. The feeding clamps are
lifted and the flap clamps open. The process can be started anew or
quitted with “ESC”.
Switch the machine off in order to quit the program.
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3.4 Step-by-step mode
304
StEP
With a long actuation of “OK” the program changes to the sewing
process.
At the stops at the seam beginning and seam end the following display
appears:
SP
PEd
After stepping on the pedal the sewing process continues up to the
next stop.
While the sewing program is running, the display changes to the
normal sewing process again.
Switch the machine off in order to quit the program.
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3.5 Dongle Menu
Important:
To save the parameters you will need an empty dongle. It can be
bought at the sales point of Dürkopp Adler AG under the following part
number 9835 901005.
305
After actuating the “OK” key, the display display changes to a lower
level. Using the key “¬” will bring it back, one level higher. For other
choices within the menu use the “­“ and ”¯“ keys.
At the same time, the right half of the display flashes.
If no dongle is connected at the plug connection “X110“, the message
“Info 4301“ will be displayed. The left and right half of each menu item
will flash during the data transmission.
Menu item display dongle content
do
dir
The following displays may appear after actuating the “OK” key
Data dongle, e.g. for Cl. 745-34S
(to save the parameters)
d745
-34S
Boot dongle, e.g. for Cl. 745-34S
b745
-34S
Empty Dongle (not formatted)
Info
4302
(The dongle has to be formatted first, check menu item format dongle).
Exit and go back to the Menu item display dongle content by
actuating the “OK“ key.
Menu item load the machine parameter
do L
PPP
Confirmation
InFo
4323
After actuating the “OK” key, the machine parameter will be loaded
from the dongle to the control.
Exit and go back to the Menu item load the machine parameter by
actuating the “ESC“ key.
If the dongle contains no machine parameter, the message “Info 4325“
displays, it has to be confirmed by actuating the “OK“ key.
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Menu item load pocket program and sequence
do
L
9PS
Confirmation
InFo
4324
After actuating the “OK” key, the pocket parameter and the sequence
will be loaded from the dongle to the control.
Exit and go back to the Menu item load pocket program and
sequence by actuating the “ESC“ key.
If the dongle contains no pocket program, the message “Info 4326“
displays, it has to be confirmed by actuating the “OK“ key.
Menu item save machine parameter
do
S
PPP
Confirmation
InFo
4321
After actuating the “OK” key, the machine parameter of the sewing unit
will be saved onto the dongle.
Exit and go back to the Menu item save machine parameter by
actuating the “ESC“ key.
Menu item save pocket program and sequence
do
S
9PS
Confirmation
InFo
4322
After actuating the “OK” key, the pocket parameters and the sequence
will be saved onto the dongle.
Exit and go back to the Menu item save pocket program and
sequence by actuating the “ESC“ key.
Menu item format dongle
do
For
Confirmation
InFo
4320
After actuating the “OK” key, the dongle will be formatted.
Format cancel and go back to the Menu item format dongle by
actuating the “ESC“ key.
10
During the format process the display flashes
d745
For
When the format process ends, the Menu item format dongle is
displayed again.
Important:
The data on the dongle will be erased through the formatting.
A formatting of the dongle is necessary, if in the Menu item display
dongle content does not display, the following.
d745
-34S
but for example
Boot-Dongle, e.g. for cl. 745-34S
b745
-34S
Empty Dongle
Info
4302
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4.
Multitest
The Multitest programs can be reached by switching on and actuating
“P” and “ç” simultaneously.
List of programs:
901
Testing the output elements
902
Testing the input elements manually
903
Testing the input elements automatically
904
Testing the ROM
905
Testing the RAM
906
Testing the sewing motor
907
Displaying the fault recorder
950
Testing the corner knives
951
Testing the center knife
952
Setting the light-barrier for the flap
953
Setting the thread monitor
954
Setting the 2nd light barrier for the flap
4.1 Testing the output elements
901
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After “OK” the display changes to
Y
01
0
In the left half of the display the number of the output element flashes,
the right half shows its state:
0 = off,
1 = on.
With the keys “é” and “ê” the number of the output element can be
selected.
With “OK” this output element is switched on or off.
When changing over to the next output element the state of the
preceding one remains unchanged.
4.2 Testing the input elements manually
902
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After “OK” the display changes to
S
01
0
In the left half of the display the number of the input element flashes.
In the right half the state is indicated;
0 or 1 respectively.
With the keys “é” and “ê” the number of the input element can be
selected.
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4.3 Testing the input elements automatically
903
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After “OK” the display changes to
E
01
0
In the right half the state of the input element is indicated which
changed last.
4.4 Testing the ROM
904
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buSY
Display during the test
Display after the test
check sum, e.g.
1 = OK
0 = Error
1C3F H
1
4.5 Testing the RAM
905
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buSY
Display during the test
Display after the test
1 = OK
1 = OK
0 = Error
0 = Error
R1. 1r2. 1
4.6 Testing the sewing motor
906
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After “OK” the display changes to
n
0
With the keys “+” and “-” the speed can be changed in steps of
100 rpm.
4.7 Displaying the fault recorder
907
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1 Er 1 0 5 2
The last 10 errors will be displayed.
For scrolling, use the keys “+” and “-”.
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4.8 Testing the corner knives
950
123
In the right LED field the current seam length of L1 flashes.
With key “P” the corner knives are moved up and down.
4.9 Checking the center knife activation
951
on
The center knife is switched on and off with key “F”.
4.10 Setting the light-barrier for the flap
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952
Before activating the program, swing out the folding station.
Place the fabric under the feeding clamp.
____
After actuating the “OK“ key, the switching status of the light-barrier to
the flap-scanning will be shown in the right half of the display flashing.
Reflecting
® LS 1
No reflection
® LS 0
952
LS 1
Activate the following output elements:
Lower the feeding clamps left and right
Close the folding sheets
Close the flap clamps
– Pull the feeding clamp to the feeding area.
– Align the light-barrier with the center of the reflecting foil.
Please check the area from the seam beginning to the seam end
on the clamp.
– Determine the distance between the switch actuation point of the
light-barrier to the needle. For this purpose lay a pattern made of
paper having the same size as the flap under the flap clamps.
Then push the feeding clamps from the feeding area to the
machine head until the light-barrier has no longer reflexion. Then
measure the distance between the front edge of the pattern to the
needle.
– Enter the distance between the switch actuation point of the
light-barrier and the needle in the machine parameters. Switch the
machine off, when swithching it on strike the “P“ and “®“ keys
simultaneously in order to switch over to the programming level
(400) for machine parameters (Code 2548). In the menu item 406
enter the distance in 1/10 mm.
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Orange LED
Orange LED
Green LED
on = reflection available
off = no reflection
on = stable switching signal
If the green LED does not shine, the light-barrier should be cleaned,
readjusted, replaced or a new reflecting foil should be fitted.
4.11 Optional equipment - Setting the thread monitor
953
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(see operating instructions)
4.12 Optional equipment - Setting the 2nd light barrier for the flap
–
–
954
Before activating the program, swing out the folding station.
Place the fabric under the feeding clamp.
____
After actuating the “OK“ key, the switching status of the light-barrier to
the flap-scanning will be shown in the right half of the display flashing.
Reflecting
® LS 1
No reflection
® LS 0
954
LS 1
Activate the following output elements:
Lower the feeding clamps left and right
Close the folding sheets
Close the flap clamps
– Pull the feeding clamp to the feeding area.
– Align the light-barrier with the center of the reflecting foil.
Please check the area from the seam beginning to the seam end
on the clamp.
– Determine the distance between the switch actuation point of the
light-barrier to the needle. For this purpose lay a pattern made of
paper having the same size as the flap under the flap clamps.
Then push the feeding clamps from the feeding area to the
machine head until the light-barrier has no longer reflexion. Then
measure the distance between the front edge of the pattern to the
needle.
– Enter the distance between the switch actuation point of the
light-barrier and the needle in the machine parameters. Switch the
machine off, when swithching it on strike the “P“ and “®“ keys
simultaneously in order to switch over to the programming level
(400) for machine parameters (Code 2548).
The menu item 409 must be activated.
In the menu item 410 enter the distance in 1/10 mm.
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5.
Table Seam Parameters
Press key “P” in the main level.
In the programming level initialize key “F” -> current program and
“F-Long” all seam programs.
Number
Menu item
Description
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
Seam length mm
Stacker on / off
Center knife on / off
Center knife correction seam beginning 1/10 mm
Center knife correction seam end 1/10 mm
Corner knife on / off
Corner knife correction seam beginning 1/10 mm
Corner knife correction seam end 1/10 mm
Stitch length 1/10 mm
Sewing motor speed
Sewing motor soft start on / off
Sewing motor number of soft start stitches
Sewing motor soft start speed
Clamping mode
0 = Lower left and right feeding clamp
simultaneously
1 = Lower left feeding clamp first
2 = Lower right feeding clamp first
Positioning point
0 = front
1 = center
2 = rear
Positioning point offset mm
Type seam tightening seam beginning
0 = Bartack
1 = Condensed stitches
Number of condensed stitches seam beginning
Stitch length condensed stitches / Bartack
Seam beginning 1/10 mm
Number of bartacks seam beginning
Type seam tightening seam end
0 = Bartack
1 = Condensed stitches
Number of condensed stitches seam end
Stitch length condensed stitches / Bartack
Seam end 1/10 mm
Number of bartacks seam end
Material feed type
0 = Material runs to the loading position
1 = Material runs to the stacking position
2 = no run, in stacking position
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
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Minimum
value
Maximum
value
Standard
value
20
180
-9,9
-9,9
9,9
9,9
-20
-20
2,0
2000
20
20
3,0
3000
1
500
20
900
180
on
on
0
0
on
0
0
2,5
2750
on
2
900
0
0
1
170
90
1
1
10
4
0,5
1
3,0
5
1,0
3
1
1
10
4
0,5
1
3,0
5
1,0
3
2
Number
Menu item
Description
125
Type of waiting position
0 = Feeding clamp runs to the waiting position
1 = Feeding clamp remains in stacking position
Material feed to the stacking position
Loading speed %
Return speed %
Downholder on / off
Sewing mode
0 = Constant sewing length
1 = Light-barrier for flap scanning
Light-barrier correction seam beginning 1/10 mm
Light-barrier correction seam end 1/10 mm
Material feed to the waiting position
Max. flap length
Flap clamp on / off
Pedal mode
0 = normal
1 = Pedal has to be in basic position before the
next step
2 = Pedal actuation for moving in sewing position
(flap clamp)
Second light barrier active
0 = 1st light barrier active
1 = 2nd light barrier active
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
Minimum
value
Maximum
value
Standard
value
1
1
10
10
100
100
100
40
80
80
on
0
-20
-20
1
30
20
20
515
180
0
0
100
180
on
0
0
17
6.
Machine parameters
When starting the machine hold the keys “P” and “è” pressed.
Enter code : 2548
Number
Menu item
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
500
501
502
503
504
600
Description
Minimum
value
Submenu machine configuration
Stacker available
Downholder available
Thread monitor on / off
Needle distance (10, 12)
Max. sewing length 180 / 200
Dist. light-barrier - needles 1/10 mm
Dist. between corner knife seam end and needles
Thread monitor available
2nd light barrier available
Dist. 2nd light barrier - needles 1/10 mm
Initialize parameter
Machine parameter
Pocket parameter
Sequence
All parameters
Indicate counter of pieces produced
Maximum
value
Standard
value
1=available
1=available
180
1
1
200
375
375
1=on
10
180
55
130
1 = available
1 = available
1
375
55
When selecting an initializing program (501 to 504) “InI” flashes in the
right half of the display.
For initializing in the programs 501 to 504 hold the key “OK” pressed.
18
501
InI
502
InI
503
InI
504
InI
After initializing the machine parameters to the defautl values (factory
setting), the parameters 401-407 must be adapted to the machine
equipment.
After initialization of the pocket parameters, the default values will be
loaded.
After initialization the sequence will be loaded with the default value.
Initialize all parameters i.e. load the standard values for the machine,
pocket parameters and sequence.
7.
Error messages / Functional indications
Error/ Info
Meaning
Remedy
Control
1051
1052
Sewing motor Timeout
· Faulty cable to the sewing motor
reference switch
· Faulty reference switch
· Exchange the cable
· Exchange the reference switch
Sewing motor excess current
· Faulty sewing motor cable
· Faulty sewing motor
· Faulty control
· Exchange the sewing motor cable
· Exchange the sewing motor
· Exchange the control
1053
Too high mains voltage
Check the mains voltage
1055
Sewing motor overcharge
· Sewing motor blocked/ moves too
heavy
· Faulty sewing motor
· Faulty control
· Eliminate the blocking/ rough running
· Exchange the sewing motor
· Exchange the control
Sewing motor excess temperature
· Sewing motor moves too heavy
· Faulty sewing motor
· Faulty control
· Eliminate the rough running
· Exchange the sewing motor
· Exchange the control
1056
1058
Sewing motor speed
Faulty sewing motor
· Exchange the sewing motor
1062
Sewing motor defect of IDMA
Autoincrement
Switch machine off and on again
1302
Sewing motor error
Control receives no impulse from
the impulse transmitter in the motor
Check the cable from the impulse transmitter in the motor to the control
1342
1344
Sewing motor failure
Internal fault
· Switch machine off and on again
· Software update
· Information to the DA-Service
2101
Step motor X-axis Timeout Reference
· Cable to the reference switch
defective
· Defective reference switch
· Exchange the cable
· Exchange the reference switch
2103
Step motor feed clamp (X-axis)
has step loss
Check that the feed clamp moves freely
2152
Step motor X-axis excess current
· Exchange the step motor X-axis
· Exchange the control
2153
Step motor X-axis excess voltage
Too high mains voltage
Check the mains voltage
2156
Step motor X-axis
excess temperature
· Step motor X-axis moves too
heavy
· Step motor X-axis defective
· Faulty control
· Eliminate the rough running
· Exchange the step motor X-axis
· Exchange the control
2162
Step motor X-axis
Defect of IDMA Autoincrement
Switch machine off and on again
19
Error/ Info
Meaning
Remedy
3100
Machine Control voltage
Temporary mains voltage dip
Check the mains voltage
3101
Machine Power voltage
Temporary mains voltage dip
Check the mains voltage
3102
Machine Voltage Sewing motor
Temporary mains voltage dip
Check the mains voltage
3103
Machine Voltage Step motors
Temporary mains voltage dip
Check the mains voltage
3107
Machine Temperature
· Vent holes closed
· Ventilation grid soiled
· Check the vent holes
· Clean the ventilation grid
3210
Thread breakage
Thread in the thread again
3215
Bobbin thread counter is zero
Insert a full bobbin
3220
Empty bobbin
Insert a full bobbin
Error Control command interpreter /
Motor synchronization
Internal fault
· Switch machine off and on again
· Software update
· Information to the DA-Service
3500
3507
3520
3530
3540
3545
3721
3722
Dongle
4301
No dongle plugged in
4304
Wrong dongle type, to be able to
save, a data dongle must to available
4320
Confirmation before formatting the
dongle
“OK” key ® format
“ESC” key ® cancel
4321
Confirmation before saving the machine parameter onto the dongle
“OK” key ® save
“ESC” key ® cancel
4322
Confirmation before saving the pocket parameter onto the dongle
“OK” key ® speichern
“ESC” key ® cancel
Info 4323
Confirmation before loading the machine parameter from the dongle to
the control.
“OK” key ® save
“ESC” key ® cancel
4324
Confirmation before loading the pocket parameters from the dongle to
the control.
“OK” key ® save
“ESC” key ® cancel
4325
The loading of the machine parameter from the donlge to the control is
not possible because there is no
machine parameter stored.
20
The dongle must be formatted
Error/ Info
Meaning
Remedy
Dongle
4326
6551
6554
6651
- 6653
6751
6761
The loading of the pocket parameter
from the donlge to the control is not
possible because there is no pocket
parameter stored.
Error Machine head position/ AD
Converter/
Processor error
Internal fault
· Switch machine off and on again
· Software update
· Information to the DA-Service
6952
Error Step motor driver
Internal fault
· Switch machine off and on again
· Software update
· Information to the DA-Service
7451
7453
7454
Communication Test interface
Internal fault
· Switch the machine off and on again
7452
7455
Communication Test interface
· Line fault
· Cable Test interface defective
· Internal fault
· Eliminate the malfunction
· Exchange the cable
· Switch the machine off and on again
7551
7555
7558
7559
Communication Control panel interface
Internal fault
· Switch the machine off and on again
· Software update
· Information to the DA-Service
7556
7557
Communication Control panel interface
· Line fault
· Cable Control panel interface
defective
· Eliminate the malfunction
· Exchange the cable
8151
8156
8159
IDMA error
· Malfunction
· Faulty control
8152
8154
IDMA error
Internal fault
· Switch the machine off and on again
· Software update
· Information to the DA-Service
8251
8255
Error ADSP Booting/ Booting
Internal fault
· Switch the machine off and on again
· Software update
· Information to the DA-Service
8252
8257
8258
/
8253
8256
8254
ADSP Booting/ XILINX Booting/
Booting
Malfunction
· Switch the machine off and on again
· Exchange the control
Switch the machine off and on again
21
Error/ Info
8351
8801
8805
8806
8890
8891
Meaning
Remedy
Error Testpins/ Signals / Event processing/ Memory Wrapper/ List of
functions
Internal fault
· Switch the machine off and on again
· Software update
· Information to the DA-Service
Info 9001
Corner knife station is swung out
Swing corner knife station in
Err 9001
Corner knife station is swung out
during the sewing process.
Check/ adjust fastening of the corner knife
station
System
Step back on the pedal; afterwards
the transport carriage runs to the
back; start the process.
Info 9002
Folding station is swung out
Swing folding station in
Err 9002
Folding station is swung out during
the sewing process.
Check/ adjust fastening of the folding station
Step back on the pedal; afterwards
the transport carriage runs to the
back; start the process.
9003
Wrong needle position before sewing start
Turn manually the hand wheel in lever
up position
9601
Pedal has been stepped back during the sewing process
For cancelling the pedal has to be actuated once again.
Afterwards the feeding clamp runs in its
rear position
9604
Light-barrier (s4) for fabric removal
inactive
Adjust light-barrier (s4) for fabric removal
9700
Folder not in top position
Correct folder adjustment (mechanical collision; check switch S8)
9701
Folder not in low position
Correct folder adjustment (mechanical collision; check switch S8)
9710
Limit switch feeding clamp active
Check material feed and limit switch
9720
Error when scanning the flap by
light-barrier
Check the reflecting foil; check alignment
of the light-barriers
9721
Flap has been positioned in front of
the front positioning point
Position the flap correctly
9722
Flap protrudes from the maximum
sewing area (behind the rear positioning point)
Check the flap size; Position the flap correctly
9723
Fluff at the flap beginning
Feed flaps with smooth edges; Check the
reflecting foil
9726
Flap too large or reflecting foil soiled or defective
Check flap size and reflecting foil
22
Error/ Info
Meaning
Remedy
9730
Corner knife at the seam beginning
cannot be driven to
Alter L1 (adjust corner knife distance) or
change positioning point of the current
seam
9800
Hardware error DC motor control
Check DC motor, DC controller and cable;
check voltage supply
9900
Defective machine parameters
(check sum error)
Initialize machine parameters anew (test
program); Set machine parameters
9901
Defective pocket sequences (check
sum error)
Initialize pocket sequences anew (test program);
Set pocket sequences
9902
Defective pocket programs (check
sum error)
Initialize defective pocket programs (test
program);
Set pocket programs
reF
Request to carry out the reference
run after switching the machine on
Step back on the pedal
Current seam length flashes
Corner knife for seam beginning
cannot be reached
Change the present seam length, or change the loading position, or change L1 (adjust distance counter knife).
23
8.
9.
24
Input elements
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S9
S10
S17
S100
S101
Folding device swung in
Folder in low position
Knife support swung in
Light-barrier workpiece removed / Hood monitoring
Pedal forward
Pedal back
Needle thread monitor right needle
Needle thread monitor left needle
Light-barrier for flap scanning
Reference switch sewing motor
Reference switch feeding clamp
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
Y8
Y9
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y13
Y14
Y15
Y16
Close folding sheets
Open flap clamp
Lower left feeding clamp
Lower right feeding clamp
Lower folder
Folder lifting off
Downholder on
Reserve
Knife support seam beginning
Knife support seam end
Stacking tongs forward
Swing stacking bow out
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Y17
Y18
Y19
Y20
Y21
Y22
Open needle thread scissors
Lower center knife
Blow fluff out
Open bobbin thread clamp
Close bobbin thread scissors
Close thread tension
Output elements