B&K 200.7 S2 Operating instructions

BK MIKRO LIN.B
Tool monitoring system for linear scanning
Scanners with maximum stroke of 50 mm or 100 mm
Operating Instructions
Issue 2.02 dated 31.5.2007
MSC Tuttlingen GmbH
Rudolf-Diesel-Straße 17
78532 Tuttlingen
Germany
Tel.
+49 7461 925-276
Fax
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General Notice
General Notice
Safety guidelines
These operating instructions contain notices which you should observe to ensure your own
personal safety, as well as to protect the product and connected equipment. These notices
are highlighted in the manual by a warning triangle and are marked as follows according to
the level of danger:
Danger
Warning
Immediate danger
to life and limb of personnel and others.
Non-compliance may cause death or
serious (crippling) injury.
Hazardous situation
to life and limb of personnel and others.
Non-compliance may cause death or
serious injury.
Potentially hazardous situation
Non-compliance may cause slight injury;
possible damage to property.
Caution
Notes on correct handling
Non-compliance may cause damage to the product
and/or damage to parts/items in the vicinity.
Environmental protection
Non-compliance may have an impact on the environment.
Intended use
Warning
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BK MIKRO is a control system suitable for tool as well as for object and free space
monitoring applications. It may only be used for the applications described in the
technical documents, and only in connection with devices or components from
other manufacturers which have been approved or recommended by us.
This product can only function correctly and safely if it is transported, stored,
set up, and installed correctly, and operated and maintained as recommended.
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Qualification of personnel
Only qualified personnel may carry out the following activities on the control system:
installation, commissioning, operation, maintenance.
Qualified persons in accordance with the safety guidelines are defined as persons who
are authorized to commission, to ground, and to tag circuits, equipment, and systems in
accordance with established safety practices and standards.
Disclaimer of liability
We have checked the contents of this document for agreement with the hardware and software
described. Since deviations cannot be precluded entirely, we cannot guarantee full agreement.
However, the data in this manual are reviewed regularly and any necessary corrections included
in subsequent editions. Suggestions for improvement are welcomed.
EEC directive EMC 89/336/EEC
The following applies to BK MIKRO control system:
Products which carry the CE symbol meet the requirements of the EEC directive
89/336/EEC on electromagnetic compatibility.
The EEC declarations of conformity and the related documentation will be maintained at the
following address for inspection by the responsible officials in accordance with article 10(1)
of the above stated EEC directive:
MSC Tuttlingen GmbH
Rudolf-Diesel-Straße 17
78532 Tuttlingen
BK MIKRO LIN.B corresponds the specification of UL 508.
Areas of use
Control systems of the BK MIKRO series meet the applicable, harmonized, European standards
for the respective area of applications.
Fitting conditions
The fitting conditions and safety notes in the operating instructions must be adhered to when
commissioning and operating the devices.
Copyright
These operating instructions are intended for the operator and the operator’s personnel only.
This document and its contents may not be disclosed to third parties, either in full or in part,
by reproduction, transmission or any other means without express written authority.
Non-compliance may lead to prosecution under criminal law.
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Contents
Contents
1
2
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5
2.1.6
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.3
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
4
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
5
6
6.1
6.2
6.3
7
7.1
7.2
7.3
8
Characteristics ...........................................................................................................................3
System Components .................................................................................................................4
Control unit...................................................................................................................................4
Technical data..............................................................................................................................6
Connection terminals ...................................................................................................................7
Light-emitting diodes ....................................................................................................................9
Rotary switches..........................................................................................................................10
Toggle switches .........................................................................................................................11
Notes on technical safety...........................................................................................................12
Scanner......................................................................................................................................13
Technical data............................................................................................................................13
Accessories................................................................................................................................15
Scanning Wand..........................................................................................................................15
Connection cable .......................................................................................................................16
Mode of Operation ...................................................................................................................17
Scanning process ......................................................................................................................17
Reference procedure when system is switched on ...................................................................17
Output of results.........................................................................................................................18
Start behavior.............................................................................................................................18
Return travel monitoring.............................................................................................................18
Monitoring Functions ..............................................................................................................19
Teach mode = Monitoring with learn function............................................................................19
"Teach-in", the learn cycle .........................................................................................................19
"Start", the real scanning process..............................................................................................20
Multi Learn .................................................................................................................................20
Switch mode = Monitoring with setting the scanning range ......................................................21
Control operation "Object monitoring"........................................................................................21
Control operation "Free space monitoring"................................................................................21
Setting the position.....................................................................................................................22
Example for range settings ........................................................................................................22
Cycle Times ..............................................................................................................................23
Status Indication ......................................................................................................................24
Yellow LED.................................................................................................................................24
Red LED / Green LED ...............................................................................................................24
Error messages – Flashing red and green LED ........................................................................24
Installation Notes .....................................................................................................................25
Control voltage connection ........................................................................................................25
Mounting brackets......................................................................................................................26
Interference prevention ..............................................................................................................28
Ordering Information ...............................................................................................................29
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Table of Figures
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Table of Figures
Fig. 2-1:
Fig. 2-2:
Fig. 2-3:
Fig. 2-4:
Fig. 2-5:
Fig. 2-6:
Fig. 2-7:
Fig. 2-8:
Fig. 2-9:
Fig. 2-10:
Fig. 2-11:
Fig. 2-12:
Fig. 4-1:
Fig. 4-2:
Fig. 4-3:
Fig. 4-4:
Fig. 7-1:
Fig. 7-2:
Fig. 7-3:
Control unit – Front view with plug-in connections .................................................................4
Control unit – "Multi" and "Single" ...........................................................................................5
Control unit – Dimensions.......................................................................................................6
Control unit – Light-emitting diodes ........................................................................................9
Control unit – Rotary switches ..............................................................................................10
Control unit – Toggle switches..............................................................................................11
Range of tolerance................................................................................................................12
Scanner TK50-LIN.B .............................................................................................................14
Scanner TK100-LIN.B ...........................................................................................................14
Scanners – Accessories .......................................................................................................15
Stop position of the wand......................................................................................................15
Connection cable – Pin configuration ...................................................................................16
"Teach-in", the learn cycle ....................................................................................................19
"Start" cycle using "Teach mode" .........................................................................................20
"Start" cycle using "Switch mode" .........................................................................................21
Range setting using rotary switches .....................................................................................22
Control voltage connection ...................................................................................................25
Mounting bracket [ø 32 mm] ......................................................................................................26
Mounting bracket [ø 20 mm] ......................................................................................................27
Purpose
These operating instructions are part of the documentation of the BK MIKRO LIN.B.
They provide service personnel and system advisors with the information required
to install, commission, operate and maintain the system BK MIKRO LIN.B.
© Copyright MSC Tuttlingen GmbH, 78532 Tuttlingen, 2007
These operating instructions are available as article no. 68 36 225.
Subject to change without notice.
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Characteristics
Characteristics
BK MIKRO LIN.B is a tool monitoring system customized for longitudinal scanning applications.
The complete BK MIKRO LIN.B system comprises:
• a control unit,
• a sensor (scanner),
• a connection cable.
BK MIKRO LIN.B monitors geometries which require longitudinal scanning, especially in cases
where rotary scanning is inappropriate or impossible, for example cavities, bore holes, limited
space arrangements or critical coolant pressure.
The two control units "Multi" and "Single" have different features of monitoring:
• Tool monitoring
Monitoring of the scanning position whose precise location has been previously entered
by "Teach-in", e.g. to carry out a tool check before each working cycle (tool monitoring).
For "Multi" 8 scanning positions can be coded.
• Object monitoring, free space monitoring
Monitoring a scanning range freely selectable via two adjusting switches, e.g. to check
cavities with varying depth (object monitoring), or to check bore holes (free space monitoring).
Features only for "Multi".
Two types of scanners are available for each control unit.
TK50-LIN.B :
Scanner with maximum stroke of 50 mm.
TK100-LIN.B : Scanner with maximum stroke of 100 mm.
Principle of operation
The wand of the scanner scans tools, objects or critical process spaces free of potential,
in line with machine cycles.
A control unit equipped with a micro-computer triggers the movement of the wand upon an
external signal and passes the scanning result on to the machine control via relay contacts.
The galvanically isolated inputs and outputs guarantee a high degree of operational safety
and protection against interferences.
Further features
• Variants for the tip of the wand (also project-specific)
• Two steps for scanning intensity
• Output relay contacts selectable as N.C. or N.O.
• Various ranges of tolerance for "O.K." message
• Indication of the scanning result by two LEDs for "O.K." and "K.O." at the control unit
• Detection of cable breaks
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System Components
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System Components
2.1
Control unit
The control unit is available in three models preconfigured for different supply voltages.
The relevant version will be marked on the rating plate: 24 VDC, 120 VAC, 230 VAC.
On its front panel, the control unit is fitted with plug-in screw terminals to connect all machine
inputs and outputs, supply voltage, and the scanner.
• The screw terminals have been arranged on two plug-in terminal blocks. These blocks
are keyed so that they cannot be accidentally plugged into the wrong socket.
• When in operation, plastic caps cover the screws in the front. Wires to be connected are
routed from the top or bottom of the unit.
The scanner will be connected via a 6-wire cable to the scanner socket of the control unit.
Terminal block with connected wires
removed from housing
Key-bit
Key-bit
+ –
Com Start Teach
S1
S2
S3
24 V DC
P1
0%
75%
P2
0%
25%
50%
BK MIKRO LIN
25%
50%
Scanner socket
ok: Obj.
100
1
2
Home
50
k.o.
o.k.
AC IN
L1 N
Screws of the terminal block
coverd by plastic cap
Connected wires
Fig. 2-1:
Caution
Control unit – Front view with plug-in connections
Note:
These plugs may only be inserted or removed when the power supply has been
disconnected.
Unmarked terminals must not be connected.
Note:
The nominal tightening torque for the clamping screws of the terminal connectors
should be 0,5-0,6 Nm or 4,4-5,3 pound-inches (lbf in).
Caution
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System Components
"Multi"
"Single"
Designation: BK MIKRO LIN.B Multi
Designation: BK MIKRO LIN.B Single
Control inputs
Power supply and
Control voltage
24 VDC
Control inputs
Power supply and
Control voltage
24 VDC
Selection inputs
Com Start Teach S1
S2
+ –
S3
24 V DC
BK MIKRO LIN
25%
Scanner
50%
50%
Scanner connection
1
2
Home
100
Scanner connection
50
k.o.
o.k.
k.o.
AC IN
L1
Scanner
100
0%
50
P2
25%
ok: Obj.
Com Start Lern
24 V DC
BK MIKRO LINEAR
0%
P1
75%
These terminals must
be connected!
o.k.
AC IN
L1 N
N
Power
"K.O."
"O.K."
supply
relay
relay
230 VAC
or
These terminals must not be connected !
120 VAC
Power
"K.O.""O.K."supply
Relay
Relay
230 VAC
or
These terminals must not be connected!
120 VAC
Fig. 2-2:
Features (due to the different control units)
Number of toggle switches
2 steps for scanning intensity
Relay as N.C. or N.O. contact
Scanner TK50-LIN.B or TK100-LIN.B
Ranges of tolerance for "O.K." (referred to the learned position)
"O.K." message at "Object"
Rotary switches P1, P2
Selection inputs S1, S2, S3
Monitoring of a learned position:
Teach mode
Tool monitoring / Object monitoring
Number of learned positions, that can be stored.
Monitoring of a preset range:
Object monitoring:
Free space monitoring:
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Switch mode
"O.K.", if an object is detected.
"O.K.", if no object is detected.
Control unit – "Multi" and "Single"
"Multi"
"Single"
6
x
x
x
4
x
x
x
4
x
x
x
2
–
–
–
x
x
P1=0, P2=0
8
Standard
1
P1 ≥ 0, P2 > 0
S1=0
S1=1
–
–
–
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2.1.1
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Technical data
Housing
Insulating material housing, protection class II, built-in unit
Protection type
IP 20
Dimensions (W x H x D)
45 mm x 75 mm x 107.5 mm
Case mountings
Sectional rail, 35 mm, to DIN EN 50022
Power supply voltage
(depending on model)
24 VDC ±20% PELV1)
120 VAC
230 VAC
Power consumption
6 VA max.
Control voltage (int./ext.)
24 VDC ±20% PELV1)
Inputs
- Input current
- Pulse duration
Galvanically isolated
5 mA approx.
6 ms min.
Switched outputs
2 x 250 VAC / 30 VDC, 2 A max.
Making/breaking capacity
500 VA / 60 W (max.)
10 mA min. at 10 V
Operational life of relay
5 x 107 switching cycles
Connections
Plug-in screw terminals for connecting
- power supply
- control inputs
- selection inputs (only for "Multi")
- relay outputs
Scanner socket to DIN 45322, 6 pin
Climatological conditions
Classification 3K3 under EN 50178
Ambient temperature
0 ºC to +50 ºC
Storage temperature
-25 ºC to +80 ºC
Warning
Imax = 0.25 A
Imax = 0.05 A
Imax = 0.025 A
Note:
The control unit of BK MIKRO LIN.B is a built-in unit (DIN EN 60950)! The system
is explicit approved for operation in closed rooms (control cabinet)!
1)
PELV = Protected Extra Low Voltage
The voltage applied must meet the requirements for an extra low function
potential with safe disconnection (PELV).
Mechanical dimensions
110
107.5
78
75
45
General tolerances
ISO 2768 – mK
Fig. 2-3:
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Control unit – Dimensions
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2.1.2
System Components
Connection terminals
Power supply
"24 VDC" model:
+
–
+ –
24 V DC
Supply voltage input 24 VDC
Reference potential of 24 VDC supply voltage
"120 VAC" and "230 VAC" models 2):
AC IN
L1 N
+ –
L1
Supply voltage input,
depending on model: 120 VAC or 230 VAC
N
Supply voltage input,
depending on model: 120 VAC or 230 VAC
+
Control voltage for "Start", "Teach" and S1, S2, S3 controlling inputs:
24 VDC unregulated, output current 0.1 A max.
If an ext. control voltage is applied, this terminal is not connected.
–
When using the internal control voltage, this terminal must be
connected to the "Com" control inputs terminal.
If an ext. control voltage is applied, this terminal is not connected.
24 V DC
See section "Control voltage connection" in chapter "Installation Notes".
Note:
2)
Alternatively, "120 VAC" and "230 VAC" models may also be supplied
with 24 VDC.
In this case, "L1" and "N" terminals must not be connected.
"+24 VDC" and "-24 VDC" terminals are to be connected as described above
for "24 VDC" model (see chapter "Installation Notes").
Caution
Note:
The secondary voltage (24 V) of the 120/230 V Versions can be used to supply
the control inputs. It is not allowed to supply other accessories which are located
outside the overall enclosure.
Control inputs
Com Start Teach
"Multi"
Com Start Lern
"Single"
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Com
Reference potential for control inputs and selection inputs
Start
An input level of +24 VDC relative to "Com" terminal will trigger a
"Start" cycle (the real scanning process).
Teach An input level of +24 VDC relative to "Com" terminal will trigger a learn
cycle (the "Teach-in").
Note: This terminal is marked "Lern" at the "Single" unit.
In the following it will be designated also "Teach".
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Selection inputs
Only for "Multi"!
S1
S2
S3
S1
S2
S3
The input signal (static) of +24 VDC relative to "Com" terminal must be
stable during 50 ms min. before "Teach" or "Start".
• "Teach mode"
S1, S2, S3 for function "Multi Learn":
3 selection inputs = 8 coded scanning positions
A maximum of eight positions can be binary coded via
the three selection inputs.
• "Switch mode"
S1 for dividing "Monitoring function":
S1=0: Object monitoring
S1=1: Free space monitoring
S2/S3 without features
Inputs which are not used, remain open.
Default: S1=0, S2=0, S3=0
Relay outputs
k.o.
K.O.
These two terminals are used to indicate a fault message (K.O.).
o.k.
O.K.
These two terminals are used to indicate a no fault message,
i.e. a good cycle (O.K.).
The terminals have been designed as dry relay contacts. By switch selection, they may be
configured as either normally open or normally closed.
The contacts have been designed for 250 VAC and, by additional internal circuits, protected
against inductive switch-off peaks of up to 19 W (2 ms).
Note:
Relay as normally closed contact:
active = open
inactive = closed
Relay as normally open contact:
active = closed
inactive = open
When there is no power to the unit, the contacts always will be open.
Even when using relay as normally closed, they are open (like the active status) when the
power supply is not connected.
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2.1.3
System Components
Light-emitting diodes
Three light-emitting diodes (LEDs) on the front panel provide information about the current status
of the BK MIKRO LIN.B monitoring system (see chapter "Status Indication"):
LED
yellow
LED
red
k.o.
LED
green
o.k.
AC IN
L1 N
Fig. 2-4:
yellow
k.o.
o.k.
k.o.
o.k.
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red
green
red/green
Control unit – Light-emitting diodes
Power supply / Status
Indication of supply voltage and status
"K.O." relay
Indication of fault message
"O.K." relay
Indication of no fault message
Error messages
Indication of illegal switch settings
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2.1.4
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Rotary switches
Only for "Multi"!
The two rotary switches P1 and P2 are used to set the start position and the end position of the
range, that is controlled by object monitoring or free space monitoring.
P1
0%
75%
P2
0%
25%
The position settings are possible in steps of 6.25%.
25%
The figure shows the setup on delivery.
50%
50%
Fig. 2-5:
Rotary switches
Meaning
P1=0, P2=0
Scanning with learn function
P1 ≥ 0
P2 > P1
P2 ≤ 93.75
Scanning with setting the scanning range:
P1 = start position
P2 = end position
Restrictions:
• No tolerances selectable
• Selection input S1 definite:
Object monitoring
S1=0
Free space monitoring
S1=1
Control unit – Rotary switches
Illegal switch settings
• P1 = P2 ≠ 0
Error
• P1 ≠ 0 and P2=0 Error
will cause flashing red and green LED.
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2.1.5
System Components
Toggle switches
Using the toggle switches, the following functions may be set.
"Multi"
"Single"
Tolerance great
Relay N.C.
Intensity low
Intensity high
Intensity high
100
Scanner TK100-LIN.B
Relay N.O.
Relay N.C.
Tolerance great
"O.K." at object
ok: Obj.
100
Scanner TK100-LIN.B
50
1
Tolerance small
2
Home "O.K." at stop pos.
Scanner TK50-LIN.B
50
Scanner TK50-LIN.B
Intensity low
Tolerance small
Fig. 2-6:
Relay N.O.
Control unit – Toggle switches
Note:
The figure above shows the switch settings on delivery !
Caution
"Scanning intensity" switch
Speed and force of scanner's wand in its scanning range.
For "Teach-in" and "Start" cycle, in case of a good message, the impact force amounts to:
approx. 5 N
approx. 9 N
"Output relay" switch
Mode of operation for the two output relays (see section "Relay outputs").
Relay N.O. (normally open contact)
Relay N.C. (normally closed contact)
"Scanner" switch
Selection of the scanner.
50
Scanner with max. stroke of 50 mm
100
Scanner with max. stroke of 100 mm
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"Tolerance range" switch(es)
Range of tolerance for "O.K." message referred to the position learned by "Teach-in":
"learned" position
Object
Range of tolerance
Fig. 2-7:
"Multi"
"Single"
1
–––
2
1
2
1
–––
2
1
2
Range of tolerance
Tolerance [mm]
0.32
(±0.16)
1
(±0.5)
2
(±1)
10
(±5)
"O.K. indication" switch
Only for "Multi" !
"O.K." message can be output at different times:
Obj.
Home
2.1.6
after detecting the object
after reaching the stop position
Notes on technical safety
The control unit comprises the following circuits, all isolated from each other:
K.O. output (2 terminals)
safely isolated from all other circuits
O.K. output (2 terminals)
safely isolated from all other circuits
AC power supply (L1, N)
safely isolated from all other circuits
DC power supply
(+24 V, -24 V)
safely isolated from K.O. output, O.K. output,
and AC power supply
Control inputs
(Com, Start, Teach)
safely isolated from K.O. output, O.K. output,
and AC power supply
Selection inputs
(S1, S2, S3)
safely isolated from K.O. output, O.K. output,
and AC power supply
Scanner connections
safely isolated from K.O. output, O.K. output,
and AC power supply
Inputs
- control inputs
(Com, Start, Teach)
- selection inputs
(S1, S2, S3)
- pulse inputs from scanner
opto-decoupled,
no safely isolation from each other
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2.2
System Components
Scanner
The scanner housing is cylindrical and smooth, thus permitting easy installation (e.g. by using a
mounting bracket). The scanner is designed for easy access for servicing and changing the
wand's tip. Aligning the scanner is easy and requires no additional instruments or aids.
After a supply voltage has been applied, the scanner travels from the momentary position to the
internal backstop, moves into its stop position and will be held there by applying a low voltage.
Using the scanners with a different control unit than BK MIKRO LIN.B may damage the scanner
and control unit.
Note:
• Due to its small diameter, a wand is easily overlooked.
• Your wand is a wearing part! Each contact with a rotating object will cause
Warning
corresponding wear on the wand. This may even lead to the metal wand
breaking.
Due to the injury hazard this causes, users should exercise particular
caution within any BK MIKRO moving area!
2.2.1
Technical data
General
Housing
anodized aluminum
Protection type
IP 64
Scanning tip
exchangeable, thread M3x6
Connection to control unit
small circular connector M12x1, 6 pin
Ambient temperature
0 ºC to +80 ºC
Storage temperature
- 25 ºC to +85 ºC
Scanning cycles
> 5 million at minimum scanning intensity
TK50-LIN.B
Control unit
– BKM LIN.B Multi
– BKM LIN.B Single
Scanning range
50 mm max. stroke
Wand length
67 mm approx.
"Scanner" switch set to "50"
"Scanner" switch set to "50"
TK100-LIN.B
Control unit
– BKM LIN.B Multi
– BKM LIN.B Single
Scanning range
100 mm max. stroke
Wand length
117 mm approx.
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"Scanner" switch set to "100"
"Scanner" switch set to "100"
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Mechanical dimensions
TK50-LIN.B
= "50 mm max. stroke"
Requirement for correct monitoring: "Scanner" switch at control unit set to "50" !
17
50
Stop position
49
ø 20
ø4
max. stroke
154
ø 32
73
tip exchangeable, M3x6
Housing
Connection cable
RO
BK
RO
BK
RO
BK
RO
BK
83.5
max. 145
Scanning wand
angled connector at the scanner end, 6 pin
connector at the control unit end, 6 pin
27.5
Connector
41
straight, 6 pin
General tolerances
ISO 2768 – mK
Connection cable
connector at the control unit end, 6 pin
Fig. 2-8:
Scanner TK50-LIN.B
TK100-LIN.B = "100 mm max. stroke"
Requirement for correct monitoring: "Scanner" switch at control unit set to "100" !
100
17
Stop position
254
ø 32
99
ø 20
ø4
max. stroke
123
tip exchangeable, M3x6
Housing
Connection cable
RO
BK
RO
BK
RO
BK
RO
BK
83.5
max. 111
Scanning wand
straight connector at the scanner end, 6 pin
connector at the control unit end, 6 pin
27.5
Connector
41
angled, 6 pin
Connection cable
General tolerances
ISO 2768 – mK
connector at the control unit end, 6 pin
Fig. 2-9:
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2.2.2
System Components
Accessories
BK MIKRO LIN.B, all scanners !
Scanner tip, brass
M3
M3
M3
ø5
ø4
ø4
Scanning tip extension,
M3
10
5
65
0.7 x ø2.0
Scanner tip, plastic
M3
M3
M3
5
56.5
12
ø6
ø7
ø 4.5
M2.5
ø4
Adapter (with point of fracture
in case of damage),
M3
12
57
M3
Wand holder
ø7
ø 1.3
M2.5 M2.5
21
Fig. 2-10:
2.2.3
Scanners – Accessories
Scanning Wand
Stop position
Stop position
Internal backstop
approx. 1.5 mm
Stop position
=
Zero position of the wand
Stop position
≠
Internal backstop !
Fig. 2-11:
Stop position of the wand
Note:
Do not push the wand back to its internal backstop (the real limit position)
by hand.
This damages the gear!
Initial position
The tip of the wand is to be positioned at random between the object to be monitored and the
internal backstop of the wand.
After supply voltage has been applied, and at the end of "Teach-in" or "Start" cycles the wand will
move into its stop position in any case.
Scanning range
Any scanning range between stop position and maximum stroke can be used.
Exchange the scanning tip
The tip can easily be removed from the wand (thread M3x6) and exchanged by a
project-specific variant.
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Connection cable
Control unit and scanner are connected by a 6-wire PUR-cable:
• Small circular connector to DIN 45322 at the control unit end.
• Molded plug at the scanner end.
• Length 5 m, can be extended to a maximum length of approximately 25 m
with extension cables.
Pin configuration (at the control unit end)
Small circular connector to DIN 45322, 6 pin
ye
gn
1
wh
white
3
2
br
brown
3
gn
green
4
ye
yellow
5
gr
gray
6
pi
pink
2 br
4
5
gr
6
1
wh
pi
Fig. 2-12:
Connection cable – Pin configuration
Note:
• To increase the operational life of this cable, it should not be subject to more
than a minimum amount of movement during operating cycles.
• If this plug needs to be removed during fitting, please ensure that this pin
configuration is followed on reassembly.
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Mode of Operation
Mode of Operation
BK MIKRO LIN.B can be operated in different ways:
• Monitoring with learn function (Teach mode),
especially for "Multi": 8 different scanning positions can be binary coded.
• Monitoring with setting scanning range (Switch mode),
possible only for "Multi".
• Monitoring as object monitoring or free space monitoring,
possible only for "Multi".
Return travel monitoring is always active.
3.1
Scanning process
Applying a pulse to "Start" or "Teach" terminal will trigger a scanning cycle. During scanning
operation, both relay outputs will be inactive (LED for "O.K." and "K.O." not illuminated).
For the real scanning process, i.e. after a "Start" pulse, initially, the scanner will travel at
maximum possible speed in forward direction to the start of a given monitoring range. However,
its motor will slow down to a preselected scanning speed in time before a learned position using
teach mode or a preselected angle set by rotary switch using switch mode is reached.
The monitoring range will then be traversed at the preset scanning speed and its related force
which is to be used to scan an object or range.
During the entire operation, all pulses generated by the scanner's internal encoder will be
continuously processed.
If the system detects that the scanner no longer moves or has exceeded the end of the
monitoring range, the direction of motion immediately changes, and the scanner will return
at maximum speed into its stop position.
Depending on the result of scanning the "O.K." or the "K.O." relay will be activated,
and the LED belonging to will indicate the result at the control unit.
3.2
Reference procedure when system is switched on
After supply voltage has been applied, the BK MIKRO LIN.B will carry out a self-test.
After that the system will run a reference procedure:
• Travel to internal backstop
• Move into stop position
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Output of results
• Fault message (K.O.)
A fault message will be output immediately on detection.
The scanner will return to its stop position.
• Good cycle message (O.K.)
On reaching the stop position, scanning process results will be indicated.
This ensures that the scanner will have left the monitoring range at the time the results
are output and that there are no further waiting periods to be considered.
Only for "Multi":
The indication of "O.K." is possible already after successful scanning, not only after
reaching the stop position.
In the "O.K." state, the "O.K." relay will be active, while the "K.O." relay remains inactive.
In all other cases, "K.O." will be indicated, i.e. the "O.K." relay will be inactive,
the "K.O." relay will be active.
Note:
"K.O." will not only be indicated when a tool has broken but also when the scanner
cannot leave its stop position for any reason (e.g. mechanical "sticking", cable
break etc.).
The results of a scanning cycle will remain latched until the following cycle starts.
3.4
Start behavior
After the switching-on the system automatically performs a function test with subsequent, selfacting zero position recognition.
Here the wand drives 4-times up and back in total. If the zero position cannot be identified during
this operation, the "K.O." output put and the yellow LED is flashing.
Possibly the reason is based on the "blocked" movement of the wand e.g. through a dirty shaft
entry. If mistake keeps on occurring after cleaning the wand, the complete scanner must be
changed.
Attention:
During the switching-on the wand moves out approx. 10 mm from the scanner!
3.5
Return travel monitoring
In case of non-attaining the stop position the "K.O." relay will be activated.
Return travel monitoring will detect malfunctions!
Example for suitable use of return travel monitoring:
BK MIKRO LIN.B has successfully monitored the object. But the wand
is stopped by an obstacle on its return travel, cannot return into its stop position,
and will block the transport of the tool.
Result with return travel monitoring Î "K.O." Î Machine stops!
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Monitoring Functions
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Monitoring Functions
4.1
Teach mode = Monitoring with learn function
"Multi":
One of the possible monitoring functions, requirement: P1=0, P2=0
"Single":
Standard monitoring function
The scanning range will be determined by a learn cycle (external control signal).
This mode of operation is the typical mode for tool detection applications:
The system will check for the presence of the tool at the learned position.
4.1.1
"Teach-in", the learn cycle
Active input signal on the "Teach" screw terminal of the control unit.
The scanning wand moves with the preset speed from the current position to the
mechanical backstop and then back in the opposite direction towards the object whose
position is to be "learned".
• If a tool is detected, its position will be stored,
and the scanner returns to its stop position with maximum speed.
In addition, the "O.K." relay will be activated.
• If the scanning wand moves to is end of stroke without touching a tool,
the "K.O." relay is activated.
After a fault event of this kind, the position isn't stored any more.
Following "Start" pulses will detect "K.O.".
The two LEDs for "O.K." and "K.O." will indicate the result.
Object
vS
vS
vmax
Internal backstop
approx. 1.5 mm
Learn position
Stop position
Fig. 4-1:
"Teach-in", the learn cycle
Captions:
vmax = max. speed of scanner
vS = speed of scanner preset by "Scanning intensity" toggle switch
vS(low) < vS(high) < vmax
Note:
The position learned during the "Teach-in" cycle remains in memory after
system is switched off.
The tool geometry (position and dimension) during the "Teach-in" cycle must
correspond to that during a "Start" monitoring cycle.
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"Start", the real scanning process
Active input signal on the "Start" screw terminal of the control unit.
The scanner will travel to the previously "learned" position of the object to check for its presence.
• If the tool is within the monitoring range,
the "O.K." relay will be activated.
The tolerance, admissible for a good cycle message (O.K.), can be set by "Tolerance range"
switch(es).
Only for "Multi"!
Additionally there is the possibility to choose by setting the "O.K. indication" switch, whether the
good cycle message is indicated already after detection of the object or –
as with the "Single" – after reaching the stop position.
• If the tool is not detected, i.e. either it is missing or there is an obstacle within the scanner
moving area, the "K.O." relay will be activated.
In addition, the two LEDs for "O.K." and "K.O." on the control unit indicate the result.
Monitoring
range
vS
v1
vmax
Object
"learned" position
Stop position
Fig. 4-2:
"Start" cycle using "Teach mode"
Captions:
vmax = max. speed of scanner
v1 = max. speed in forward direction
vS = speed of scanner preset by "Scanning intensity" toggle switch
vS(low) < vS(high) < v1 < vmax
4.1.3
Multi Learn
Only for "Multi"!
3 selection inputs = 8 coded scanning positions :
A maximum of eight positions can be binary coded via the three selection inputs.
• The input signal must be stable during 50 ms min. before "Teach" or "Start"
to determine the position definitively.
• Each position has to be learned by "Teach-in" as described before.
• Inputs which are not used, remain open.
Default: S1=S2=S3=0
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4.2
Monitoring Functions
Switch mode = Monitoring with setting the scanning range
Only for "Multi"!
Requirement: Rotary switches 0 ≤ P1 < P2 ≤ 93.75
Rotary switch P1 and P2 settings will define the scanning range, in steps of 6.25%.
P2
Monitoring
range
vS
P1
P1
P2
v1
vmax
Object
= start position
= end position
Stop position
Fig. 4-3:
"Start" cycle using "Switch mode"
Captions:
vmax = max. speed of scanner
v1 = max. speed in forward direction
vS = speed of scanner preset by "Scanning intensity" toggle switch
vS(low) < vS(high) < v1 < vmax
Active input signal on the "Start" screw terminal of the control unit.
Pulse on the "Teach" terminal do not take effect.
4.2.1
Control operation "Object monitoring"
Requirement: Selection input S1=0 (not connected)
Using "Object monitoring", the control unit will change into an "O.K." state, i.e. it will issue a good
message, if during a scanning cycle the operation sequence described below is followed:
• The scanner leaves its stop position.
• The position preset via rotary switch P1 has been exceeded.
• The position preset via rotary switch P2 has not been reached.
4.2.2
Control operation "Free space monitoring"
Requirement: Selection input S1=1
The control operation "Free space monitoring" differs from the object monitoring mode in that
within its monitoring range no object must be detected.
Its "O.K." state is characterized by:
• The scanner leaves its stop position.
• The position preset via rotary switch P2 has been exceeded.
Caution:
When performing "Free space monitoring",
a broken wand will always trigger an "O.K." signal.
Caution
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Setting the position
The preset position results from the number of pulses which the motor gives to the scanning
wand through the gear. Therefore deviations of the device dimensions cause differences of the
position.
Note:
BK MIKRO LIN.B is not an absolute measuring system!
Switch setting
Position [in mm, approx.]
P1, P2
4.2.4
TK50-LIN.B
TK100-LIN.B
0 (only P1)
0
0
6.25
3.25
6.5
25
13
26
50
26
52
75
39
78
93.75 (only P2)
48.8
97.5
Example for range settings
Monitoring
range
v1
vS
35
Stop position
P1
vmax
approx. 10
Monitoring of a bore hole 35 mm deep using TK50-LIN.B:
P2
P1
0%
P2
25%
75%
50%
P1
Rotary switch
Position
0%
18.75%
9.75 mm
25%
50%
P2
87.5%
45.5 mm
Fig. 4-4:
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Cycle Times
Cycle Times
Scanning times
The following times designate the moment of the output of results after a scanning process.
They result with minimum tolerance.
"Teach-in"
"Teach-in"
"Start" 1)
"Start" 1)
Intensity low
Home O.K.
Intensity high
Home O.K.
Intensity 2)
Home O.K.
Intensity 2)
Obj. O.K. 3)
10 mm
720 ms
410 ms
280 ms
170 ms
20 mm
1210 ms
670 ms
430 ms
270 ms
40 mm
2210 ms
1170 ms
740 ms
470 ms
90 mm
4700 ms
2440 ms
1510 ms
960 ms
Stroke
Note:
1)
For a "Start" cycle the values will be increased by a greater range of
tolerance.
2)
For a "Start" cycle the setting of "Scanning intensity" is not decisive,
because the monitoring range is small in comparison with the entire
distance of moving (with minimum tolerance).
3)
"O.K. at object " only possible for "Multi".
This time corresponds to the time for indication of a fault message (K.O.)
when object is missing.
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Status Indication
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Status Indication
6.1
Yellow LED
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Fast flashing = Self-test
After power-up, the system will carry out a self-test
indicated by fast flashing of this yellow LED.
Steady illumination = Ready to operate
Following its self-test, the system is ready to operate.
The LED stops flashing and remains steady.
Slow flashing = Scanner fault
The system has detected a scanner fault:
• Scanner is missing or has motor fault.
• Control cable is not correctly connected, e.g. even cable break.
Outputs will be switched inactive, the unit will remain in its present state,
indicated by slow flashing of this yellow LED.
6.2
Red LED / Green LED
Steady illumination = Indication following scanning cycle
The red LED indicates a fault message.
The green LED indicates a no fault message.
Flashing = Illegal settings
A flashing red and green LED simultaneously indicates that one or more of the switches
is incorrectly set.
6.3
Error messages – Flashing red and green LED
Check the following P1 and P2 rotary switch settings to remove the error messages.
Teach mode [requires: P1 = 0, P2 = 0]
Error
Correction
for Learn cycle and "Start" cycle with learned position
P1 ≠ 0, P2 ≠ 0
P1 = 0, P2 = 0
Switch mode [requires: 0 ≤ P1 < P2 ≤ 93.75]
Error
Correction
P2 = 0
P2 > 0
P1 = P2
P1 < P2
P1 > P2
P1 < P2
Signal to "Teach" without effect, only "Start" pulse !
for object monitoring (S1 = 0) or
for free space monitoring (S1 = 1)
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Installation Notes
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Installation Notes
7.1
Control voltage connection
Power supply
GND 24 VDC
Power supply
and
Control voltage
Control voltage
GND 24 VDC
GND 24 VDC
Start
Teach-in S1
+
–
24 V DC
Com Start Teach S1
AC IN
N
L1
K.O.
C NO/NC
Start
Teach-in S1
S2
S3
S2
S3
+
–
24 V DC
Com Start Teach S1
O.K.
C NO/NC
AC IN
N
L1
K.O.
C NO/NC
BK MIKRO LIN.B
24 VDC
common power and control voltage supply
S2
S3
S2
S3
O.K.
C NO/NC
BK MIKRO LIN.B
24 VDC
separate control voltage
Control voltage
ext.
ext.
GND 24 VDC
Start
Teach-in S1
+
–
24 V DC
Com Start Teach S1
AC IN
N
L1
K.O.
C NO/NC
Start
Teach-in S1
S2
S3
S2
S3
+
–
24 V DC
Com Start Teach S1
O.K.
C NO/NC
AC IN
N
L1
K.O.
C NO/NC
Power supply
Power supply
BK MIKRO LIN.B
230 VAC (120 VAC)
internal control voltage
BK MIKRO LIN.B
230 VAC (120 VAC)
external control voltage
Fig. 7-1:
S2
S3
S2
S3
O.K.
C NO/NC
Control voltage connection
Connect selection inputs S1, S2, S3 only in case of use !
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Mounting brackets
The delivering program offers two mounting brackets for the scanner as accessories.
Article no.
Designation
Material
61 07 082
Mounting bracket [ø 32 mm]
AlCuMgPb, F 38, 10 thick, naturally anodized
2 cheese head screws
with hexagonal hole M4x60
8.8 zinced
2 self-securing nuts M4
8.8 zinced
General tolerances ISO 2768 – mK
burred edges
Mounting bracket
Fig. 7-2:
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Mounting bracket [ø 32 mm]
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Installation Notes
Article no.
Designation
Material
61 07 165
Mounting bracket [ø 20 mm]
AlCuMgPb, F 38, 8 thick, naturally anodized
2 cheese head screws
with hexagonal hole M3x40
8.8 zinced
2 self-securing nuts M3
8 zinced
General tolerances ISO 2768 – mK
burred edges
Mounting bracket
Fig. 7-3:
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Mounting bracket [ø 20 mm]
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Interference prevention
All inputs are opto-decoupled and thus maximally protected against interference voltage peaks,
as caused, for example, by inductive sources.
Relay outputs are protected by varistors against inductive interference voltage peaks. Depending
on the type of load used, further interference suppression measures may be necessary.
To ensure optimum operational safety, suppression measures, if required, must be taken at
source, i.e. directly where interference is caused.
Possible additional noise filters:
• RC combination (included in the contactor suppliers' product ranges)
• Varistors
• Diodes
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Ordering Information
Ordering Information
Control unit
Article no.
BK MIKRO LIN.B Multi
24 VDC
63 04 226
BK MIKRO LIN.B Multi
120 VAC
63 04 227
BK MIKRO LIN.B Multi
230 VAC
63 04 228
BK MIKRO LIN.B Single
24 VDC
63 04 229
BK MIKRO LIN.B Single
120 VAC
63 04 230
BK MIKRO LIN.B Single
230 VAC
63 04 231
Scanner (without cable)
Article no.
TK50-LIN.B
63 04 224
max. stroke 50 mm
TK100-LIN.B max. stroke 100 mm
63 04 225
Connection Control unit – Scanner
Length
Article no.
BKM Control cable, straight connector
5m
62 04 217
BKM Control cable, angled connector
5m
62 04 226
BKM Control cable, straight connector
15 m
62 04 228
BKM Extension cable
5m
62 04 210
BKM Extension cable
10 m
62 04 211
BKM Extension cable
15 m
62 04 212
BKM Extension cable incl. mounting socket
2m
62 04 213
BKM Extension cable for special length, consisting of:
– circular connector
– circular connector
– cable, per meter
56 01 093
56 01 095
59 07 003
Accessories and spare parts
Article no.
BKM 4/5/LIN.B Mounting bracket
[ø 32 mm]
61 07 082
BKM 7/LIN.B Mounting bracket
[ø 20 mm]
61 07 165
BKM LIN.B Adapter (with point of fracture in case of damage), M3
61 05 083
BKM LIN.B Scanning tip extension, M3
61 05 084
BKM LIN.B Scanner tip, brass
61 05 069
BKM LIN.B Scanner tip, plastic
61 05 085
BKM LIN.B Wand holder
61 05 082
BKM Scanning wands (standard)
[ø 1.2 mm / length 165 mm]
10 pieces
62 04 022
Operating Instructions
Article no.
BK MIKRO LIN.B
68 36 225
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