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DELTA WRENCH – User Guide
WARNING
To reduce the risk of injury, before using or servicing tool, read and understand
the following information.
The features and descriptions of our products are subject to change without
prior notice.
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Revision history
Description
Delta
Wrench
Firmware
version
DeltaQC
minimum
software
version
Issue
Date
01
02 May 2012
First issue
1.0x
2.0.x
02
25 May 2012
Curves viewer added
1.1x
2.1.x
03
13 May 2013
Residual torque/angle automatic strategy added (par.
6.7.2.1), Settings updated (par. 8.2), Curves viewer
updated (par. 11), Pset execution updated (par. 6)
1.2x
2.4.x
04
21 January
2014
Rechargeable battery added, RFID TAG management
in end fitting tool added, WLAN radio module added,
Product name changed
2.0x
2.6.x
05
20 October
2014
Statistics added (par. 9), WLAN program source added
2.1x
3.0.x
2.2x
3.2.x
06
28 May 2015
About this document updated (par. 1.1), Specifications
updated (par. 1.2), Getting Started with Delta Wrench
updated (par. 4), Manual Zero Adjustment added (par.
4.1), WLAN Communication Protocol updated (chapter
12)
07
27 August
2015
General User Guide update, ZIGBEE Radio Module
added (par. 2.5), ElitBox added (par. 8.1.4), Open
Protocol settings added (par. 8.2.5), Working with Open
Protocol added (chapter 13)
2.3x
3.4.x
08
13 May 2016
Specifications updated (par. 1.2), Software Installation
updated (par. 4.1), Executing a Demo Test updated
(par. 5.2), Residual Torque/Angle Automatic added (par.
5.2.5), Pset updated (chapter 6), Options updated (par.
6.5), Residual Torque/Angle Automatic updated (par.
6.7.2.1), Create a Route updated (par. 7.1),
Configuration updated (par. 8.2.1), Tag Identifier
updated (par. 8.2.1.10), WLAN/Open Protocol: number
of results before wrench lock added (par. 8.2.1.11),
Curves Viewer updated (chapter 11), View one curve
updated (par. 11.1), Curves comparison updated (par.
11.3), WLAN Communication Protocol updated (chapter
12), Working with Open Protocol updated (chapter 13)
2.4x
3.5.x
09
30
September
2016
General User Guide update, Menu list updated (par.
4.2.2), Real Time option added (par. 4.6), Working with
open Protocol updated (chapter 13)
2.5x
3.6.x
03 October
2017
Specifications updated (par. 1.2), Models updated (par.
2.1), Getting started with Delta Wrench updated
(chapter 5), Tightening updated (par. 5.2.3), Residual
Torque/Angle
updated
(par.
5.2.4),
Residual
Torque/Angle Automatic updated (par. 5.2.5), VDI-VDE
2648 strategy added (par. 5.2.6), Configuration updated
(par. 8.2.1), Results viewer updated (chapter 10), Delta
Wrench diagnostic updated (par. 15.1)
2.7x
3.7.x
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Delta
Wrench
Firmware
version
23 November
2017
Models updated (par. 2.1), Tightening updated (par.
5.2.3), Residual Torque/Angle updated (par. 5.2.4),
Residual Torque/Angle Automatic updated (par. 5.2.5),
Vibration parameter added (par. 6.3), Delta Wrench
Diagnostic updated (par. 15.1)
2.6x
DeltaQC
minimum
software
version
3.8.x
NOTE: The programming software DeltaQC may be updated with no changes regarding the
Delta Wrench functionalities.
The minimum version indicated here is required for the reference firmware version.
Table of Contents
1
2
3
4
Table of Contents............................................................................................................. 3
SAFETY INFORMATION ................................................................................................... 6
BATTERIES INFORMATION according to European regulation 2006/66/EC .................... 7
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................... 8
1.1 About this document ................................................................................................. 8
1.2 Specifications ........................................................................................................... 9
1.3 EC Declaration of Conformity.................................................................................. 12
DELTA WRENCH OVERVIEW ........................................................................................ 13
2.1 Models .................................................................................................................... 13
2.2 Battery .................................................................................................................... 15
2.3 Battery charger ....................................................................................................... 16
2.4 WLAN Radio Module .............................................................................................. 17
2.5 ZIGBEE Radio Module............................................................................................ 17
2.6 End fitting tools ....................................................................................................... 18
USER INTERFACES ....................................................................................................... 19
3.1 Display .................................................................................................................... 19
3.2 Keyboard ................................................................................................................ 20
3.3 Buzzer .................................................................................................................... 20
3.4 Mini USB Port ......................................................................................................... 20
WORKING WITH “DELTA QC” SOFTWARE ................................................................. 21
4.1 Software Installation ............................................................................................... 21
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.2
DeltaQC Overview .................................................................................................. 44
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
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Software registration ................................................................................................37
DeltaQC “Evaluation version” ..................................................................................42
DeltaQC “Free version”............................................................................................42
DeltaQC Licensed and Advanced versions .............................................................43
DeltaQC software upgrade ......................................................................................43
Search function ........................................................................................................46
Menu list...................................................................................................................47
Toolbar .....................................................................................................................48
Status bar.................................................................................................................49
Online mode ............................................................................................................49
4.2.5.1 Transfer online data to the database .........................................................50
4.2.5.2 Delta Wrench transducer information ........................................................52
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4.3 Language settings in DeltaQC ................................................................................ 53
4.4 Connecting to the Delta Wrench ............................................................................. 54
4.5 Delta Wrench LOG Viewer ...................................................................................... 57
4.6 Real Time option..................................................................................................... 58
GETTING STARTED WITH DELTA WRENCH ............................................................... 69
5.1 Manual Zero Adjustment ......................................................................................... 70
5.2 Executing a Demo Test........................................................................................... 72
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
6
6.8.2
8
Track ........................................................................................................................72
Peak .........................................................................................................................73
Tightening ................................................................................................................73
Residual Torque/Angle ............................................................................................75
Residual Torque/Angle Automatic ...........................................................................76
VDI-VDE 2648 .........................................................................................................77
PSET ............................................................................................................................... 78
6.1 Torque Parameters ................................................................................................. 81
6.2 Angle Parameters ................................................................................................... 82
6.3 Vibration parameter ................................................................................................ 83
6.4 Time ....................................................................................................................... 85
6.5 Batch Parameters ................................................................................................... 86
6.6 Options ................................................................................................................... 86
6.7 Running a Pset ....................................................................................................... 87
6.8 Tightening strategies .............................................................................................. 90
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Production strategies ...............................................................................................91
6.8.1.1 Torque Time...............................................................................................92
6.8.1.2 Torque & Angle ..........................................................................................93
6.8.1.3 Torque + Angle ..........................................................................................94
Quality Control Strategies ........................................................................................95
6.8.2.1 Residual Torque/Angle Automatic .............................................................96
6.8.2.2 Residual Torque/Angle ..............................................................................97
6.8.2.3 Residual Peak/Torque ...............................................................................98
OFFLINE MODE.............................................................................................................. 99
7.1 Create a Route ..................................................................................................... 100
7.2 Transfer a Route to the Delta Wrench................................................................... 106
DELTA WRENCH SETTINGS ....................................................................................... 107
8.1 Settings Menu on Delta Wrench ........................................................................... 107
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.1.4
8.1.5
8.1.6
8.2
Delta Wrench Controller Setup ............................................................................. 110
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Language ...............................................................................................................107
Date - time .............................................................................................................107
Demo mode unit ....................................................................................................108
ElitBox / WiFi..........................................................................................................108
8.1.4.1 ElitBox (for models with ZigBee radio module) ........................................108
8.1.4.2 WiFi (for models with WLAN radio module) .............................................109
Diagnostic ..............................................................................................................109
Power off ................................................................................................................109
Configuration .........................................................................................................111
8.2.1.1 Delta Wrench name .................................................................................112
8.2.1.2 Delta Wrench date and time ....................................................................112
8.2.1.3 Delta Wrench display language ...............................................................112
8.2.1.4 Result confirmation options .....................................................................112
8.2.1.5 Batch increment condition .......................................................................112
8.2.1.6 Batches running mode .............................................................................113
8.2.1.7 Gyroscope overspeed control ..................................................................113
8.2.1.8 Source type ..............................................................................................113
8.2.1.9 Tag required .............................................................................................113
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8.2.3
8.2.4
8.2.5
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9.2.5
9.2.6
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
8.2.1.10 Tag identifier ..........................................................................................114
8.2.1.11 Change screw setting ............................................................................114
8.2.1.12 Power off [minutes] ................................................................................114
8.2.1.13 WLAN/Open Protocol: number of results before wrench lock ...............115
Information .............................................................................................................116
Memory ..................................................................................................................116
WLAN settings .......................................................................................................116
Open Protocol settings ..........................................................................................116
STATISTICS .................................................................................................................. 117
9.1 Exporting the Graph .............................................................................................. 125
9.2 Statistical Computation ......................................................................................... 126
9.2.1
9.2.2
9.2.3
9.2.4
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CNOMO standard E41.32.110N ............................................................................126
ISO standard ..........................................................................................................128
NF standard E 60-181 ...........................................................................................129
Normal Distribution Test: Population under 50 measurements
(Shapiro-Wilk test) .................................................................................................129
Normal Distribution Test: Population under 50 measurements
(Chi-Squared test) .................................................................................................131
Q544000 ................................................................................................................133
RESULTS VIEWER ....................................................................................................... 136
CURVES VIEWER ......................................................................................................... 142
11.1 View One Curve.................................................................................................... 143
11.2 Export a Curve ...................................................................................................... 147
11.3 Curves Comparison .............................................................................................. 148
WLAN COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL ....................................................................... 149
WORKING WITH OPEN PROTOCOL ........................................................................... 157
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................ 167
14.1 Yearly Calibration ................................................................................................. 167
14.2 Cleaning ............................................................................................................... 167
14.3 Battery Pack Maintenance .................................................................................... 167
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ...................................................................................... 168
15.1 Delta Wrench Diagnostic ...................................................................................... 169
APPENDIX A – CALCULATING CORRECTION COEFFICIENTS FOR
EXTENSIONS................................................................................................................ 171
16.1 Torque Correction Coefficient ............................................................................... 171
16.2 Angle Correction Coefficient ................................................................................. 172
16.3 Correction Formulas ............................................................................................. 174
APPENDIX B – DELTA WRENCH FACTORY SETTINGS ............................................ 175
ABBREVIATIONS ......................................................................................................... 176
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SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING: PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE DELTA WRENCH SAFETY
INFORMATION (No. 6159920940) PRIOR TO USE THE PRODUCT AND PAY
ATTENTION TO THE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED.
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BATTERIES INFORMATION according to European
regulation 2006/66/EC
BATTERY SPECIFICATION
TYPE:
CELL WEIGHT:
Lithium-ion, 3.6 V, 2.9 Ah
50 g
Install the battery in the handle of the Delta Wrench (see the picture below):
Battery
NOTE: Once removed, dismiss the wasted batteries depending on local regulations.
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INTRODUCTION
1.1
About this document
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This document is a User Guide for the Delta Wrench. It has the main following parts:
Part
Name
Description
Chapter 1
Introduction
This part introduces this User Guide and provides
the Delta Wrench technical specifications.
Chapter 2
Delta Wrench Overview
This part introduces the Delta Wrench with its
models and accessories.
Chapter 3
User Interfaces
This part provides an overview of the user interfaces
available on the Delta Wrench (Display, keyboard,
ports, etc.).
Chapter 4
Working with DeltaQC
Software
This part introduces the operations of the Delta
Wrench management software.
Chapter 5
Getting started with Delta
Wrench
This part explains to the operator how to perform the
Manual Zero Adjustment and how to execute a
Demo test.
Chapter 6
Pset
This part details all the parameters and tightening
strategies available for a tightening or quality control
program.
Chapter 7
Offline mode
This part describes how to create Psets offline,
without a Delta Wrench connected to the PC.
Chapter 8
Delta Wrench settings
This part leads the operator in all the settings of the
Delta Wrench, in order to customize the product to
the customer’s needs.
Chapter 9
Statistics
This part explains the statistics calculated after the
tests and the formulas used.
Chapter 10
Results viewer
This part describes how to retrieve the results from
the Delta Wrench to the DeltaQC.
Chapter 11
Curves viewer
This part describes how to retrieve the curves from
the Delta Wrench to the DeltaQC.
Chapter 12
WLAN Communication
Protocol
This part explains the operations of the optional
WLAN radio module.
Chapter 13
Working with Open Protocol
This part explains the use of the Delta Wrench with
the Open Protocol Interface.
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Part
Name
Description
Chapter 14
and 15
Maintenance and
Troubleshooting Guide
These chapters are dedicated to the instrument
maintenance and troubleshooting.
Chapter 16
Appendix A - Calculating
correction coefficients for
extensions
This part explains how to calculate the correction
coefficients for extensions.
Chapter 17
Appendix B – Delta Wrench
Factory settings
This part summarizes the default setting of the delta
Wrench.
Chapter 18
Abbreviations
Table of the abbreviations used in this User Guide.
1.2
Specifications
TECHNICAL
 Torque range:
1.5 ÷ 800 Nm
 Torque static accuracy:
1% of torque reading ± 1 digit
 Torque overload capacity:
20% of FSD
 Minimum angular speed:
3 °/s
 Angle measurement accuracy:
3 °/s
≤
angular speed
<
15 °/s
→
4,0 %
15 °/s
≤
angular speed
≤
30 °/s
→
1,5 %
30 °/s
<
angular speed
≤
150 °/s
→
4,0 %
 Maximum angular speed:
150 °/s
 Stability of zero offset with temperature:
± 0.1% of FSD/ºC
 Results memory capacity:
1000
 Unit of measurement supported:
N∙m, kgf∙m, kgf∙cm, lbf∙ft, lbf∙in, ozf∙ft, ozf∙in, kp∙m, dN∙m
BATTERIES
 Battery power supply: Rechargeable battery, Li-ion 3.6 V, 2.9 Ah
 Full charging time: 4 hours 30 minutes
 Battery life:
o Delta Wrench without radio modules: 10 hours (typical)
o Delta Wrench with WLAN radio module (connected to CVI3):
- 5 hours (2,4 GHz)
- 4 hours (5 GHz)
NOTE: In case of Delta Wrench with WLAN radio module, the battery life changes
depending on the tool connected.
NOTE: In case the Delta Wrench is connected to a third-party application like Open Protocol or
WLAN Protocol, the battery life may change depending on messages sent during connection.
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DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
Model
A
B**
C*
D*
Drive
Weight (kg)
Delta Wrench 30 Nm
402.0
320.3
45.0
39.4
9×12
0.9
Delta Wrench 150 Nm
624.5
551.0
45.0
39.4
14×18
1.8
Delta Wrench 150 Nm short
418.0
342.5
45.0
39.4
14×18
1.1
Delta Wrench 200 Nm
674.0
552.5
45.0
39.4
14×18
2.1
Delta Wrench 400 Nm
1025.5
952.0
45.0
39.4
14×18
2.8
Delta Wrench 500 Nm
1137.0
1100.0
45.0
39.4
21×26
4.5
Delta Wrench 800 Nm
1314.0
1362.0
Ø 55
Ø 55
Ø 28
4.7
*
Dimension C and D are the maximum dimensions; for the Delta Wrench 800 Nm models,
they correspond to the maximum diameter of the transducer.
**
Dimension B is the standard arm (measured at the center of the end-fitting tool); these data
are used to calculate the torque correction coefficient when an extension is used. This
dimension is calculated for the standard end-fitting tools; if a different end-fitting tool is used,
this measure must be calculated again.
Refer to the “Appendix A – Calculating Correction Coefficient for Extension” for further
details.
Dimensions are expressed in millimeters (mm).
ENVIRONMENTAL
Obey the followings during operation:
 Internal Use only
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 Environmental Class: II
 IP Grade according to EN IEC 60529 (except connector): IP40
 Ambient Temperature: 5 to 40°C
 Operation to reduced specification over a temperature range of -10 to 60ºC (Delta Wrench models
only)
 Atmospheric humidity: 10% to 75% (non-condensing)
 Altitude: Up to 2000m
INTERFACES
 MiniUSB 2.0 port
 WLAN radio module (optional):
o
Type:
802.11a/b/g/n
o
Frequency:
2.412 - 2.484 GHz, channel 1 – 14, 5 MHz channel separation
5.180 - 5.240 GHz, U-NII-1, channel 36, 40, 44, 48, 20 MHz
channel separation
o
o
RF output power:
802.11b (DSSS):
+20dBm (typ.)
802.11g/n (OFDM):
+17dBm (typ.)
802.11a/n (OFDM):
+15dBm (typ.)
Receive input level (max): -10 dBm
 ZigBee radio module (optional):
o Type:
Based on the Ember EM351 or EM357 single chip ZigBee solutions
o Frequency:
2.4 GHz ISM Band
250 kbit/s over the air data rate
16 channels (IEEE802.15.4 Channel 11 to 26)
o RF output power:
+3 dBm output power (+8 dBm in boost mode)
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Below are the PC minimum requirements for installation of the management software DeltaQC:
 Processor: 800 MHz or above
 Memory: 256 Mb or above
 Hard disk space: 10 GB
 Display: 800 x 600, 256 colors (1024 x 768, High Color (16-bit) recommended)
 Operating Systems: Windows XP SP3, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
 Microsoft Excel (required to view the exported file with the tightening results)
CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
Delta Wrench has a Desoutter factory calibration certificate.
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EC Declaration of Conformity
The Delta Wrench is in conformity with the requirements of the council Directives on 06/22/1998 on
the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating:

2004/108/EC
EMC Directive – Electromagnetic Compatibility

2011/65/EC
ROHS Directive – Risk Of Hazardous Substances

1999/05/EC
R&TTE Directive – Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment
The Delta Wrench complies with the following normative:
 EN61010-1:2010 Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement,
Control and Laboratory Use – Part 1: General Requirements.
The Delta Wrench is marked with the following symbol:
The Delta Wrench may be operated in the following countries:
Country
ISO 3166
2 letter
code
Country
ISO 3166
2 letter
code
Country
ISO 3166
2 letter
code
Country
ISO 3166
2 letter
code
Austria
AT
Germany
DE
Malta
MT
Belgium
Cyprus
Czech
Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
BE
CY
Greece
Hungary
GR
HU
Netherlands
Poland
NL
PL
United
Kingdom
Iceland
Liechtenstein
CZ
Ireland
IE
Portugal
PT
Norway
NO
DK
EE
FI
FR
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
IT
LV
LT
LU
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
SK
SI
ES
SE
Switzerland
Bulgaria
Romania
Turkey
CH
BG
RO
TR
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DELTA WRENCH OVERVIEW
The Delta Wrenches are electronic wrenches designed for optimal operation in:
 Tightening operations in production:
The Delta Wrench performs tightenings by
offering a wide variety of tightening
strategies. The test results can be
retrieved
by
the
Delta
Wrench
management software (DeltaQC), exported
in Microsoft Excel and then printed
(according to the customer’s needs).
 Quality control: The Delta Wrench offers
a set of methods to evaluate the residual
torque; this makes higher the quality of the
tightening operations on a production line
under control. The test results can be
retrieved
by
the
Delta
Wrench
management software (DeltaQC), exported
to Microsoft Excel and then printed
(according to the customer needs).
2.1
Models
The Delta Wrench is an instrument designed to execute tightening operations and quality control test
on joints.
The Delta Wrench torque/angle models feature a gyroscope to provide also angle measurement and
thus providing a wider set of tightening and quality control strategies.
Powered by batteries, these instruments work as stand-alone devices; a specific software (DeltaQC)
has been developed to program the instruments, to retrieve the test results and generated detailed
statistics to monitor the quality of the tightening process.
Keyboard
Colour
display
Mini USB
Buzzer
Handle with
batteries
WLAN radio
module (optional)
Tag identifier
recognition
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Below are the available Delta Wrench models:
TORQUE MODELS
- Delta Wrench 30
- Delta Wrench 150
- Delta Wrench 150 short
- Delta Wrench 400
- Delta Wrench 800
P/N 6151657710
P/N 6151657720
P/N 6151657570
P/N 6151657730
P/N 6151657740
TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS
-
Delta Wrench 30-A
Delta Wrench 150-A
Delta Wrench 150-A short
Delta Wrench 200-A
Delta Wrench 400-A
Delta Wrench 500-A
Delta Wrench 800-A
TORQUE MODELS WITH WLAN RADIO MODULE
- Delta Wrench 30 WLAN
- Delta Wrench 150 WLAN
- Delta Wrench 150 WLAN short
- Delta Wrench 400 WLAN
- Delta Wrench 800 WLAN
P/N 6151657750
P/N 6151657760
P/N 6151657670
P/N 6151657970
P/N 6151657770
P/N 6151657980
P/N 6151657780
P/N 6151657810
P/N 6151657820
P/N 6151657590
P/N 6151657830
P/N 6151657840
TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS WITH WLAN RADIO MODULE
-
Delta Wrench 30-A WLAN
Delta Wrench 150-A WLAN
Delta Wrench 150-A WLAN short
Delta Wrench 200-A WLAN
Delta Wrench 400-A WLAN
Delta Wrench 500-A WLAN
Delta Wrench 800-A WLAN
P/N 6151657850
P/N 6151657860
P/N 6151657890
P/N 6151657690
P/N 6151657870
P/N 6151657700
P/N 6151657880
TORQUE MODELS WITH ZIGBEE RADIO MODULE
-
Delta Wrench 30 ZigBee
Delta Wrench 150 ZigBee
Delta Wrench 150 ZigBee short
Delta Wrench 400 ZigBee
Delta Wrench 800 ZigBee
P/N 6151658000
P/N 6151658010
P/N 6151658040
P/N 6151658020
P/N 6151658030
TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS WITH ZIGBEE RADIO MODULE
-
Delta Wrench 30-A ZigBee
Delta Wrench 150-A ZigBee
Delta Wrench 150-A ZigBee short
Delta Wrench 400-A ZigBee
Delta Wrench 800-A ZigBee
TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS WITH VIBRO
- Delta Wrench 30-AV
- Delta Wrench 150-AV short
- Delta Wrench 200-AV
- Delta Wrench 400-AV
- Delta Wrench 500-AV
- Delta Wrench 800-AV
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P/N 6151658060
P/N 6151658100
P/N 6151658070
P/N 6151658080
P/N 6159352300
P/N 6159352310
P/N 6159352320
P/N 6159352330
P/N 6159352340
P/N 6159352350
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TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS WITH VIBRO AND WLAN RADIO MODULE
- Delta Wrench 30-AV WLAN
P/N 6159352360
- Delta Wrench 150-AV short WLAN
P/N 6159352370
- Delta Wrench 200-AV WLAN
P/N 6159352380
- Delta Wrench 400-AV WLAN
P/N 6159352390
- Delta Wrench 500-AV WLAN
P/N 6159352400
- Delta Wrench 800-AV WLAN
P/N 6159352410
NOTE: The number inside each model indicates the Delta Wrench torque capacity.
NOTE: For starting to work with the Delta Wrench immediately, refer to the paragraph
“Getting Started with Delta Wrench”.
2.2
Battery
The Delta Wrench is powered by its battery.
Plug
Battery
To install or replace the Delta Wrench battery, perform the following procedure:
1.
Turn off the device.
2.
3.
Unscrew the plug.
Insert the battery.
4.
Reinstall the plug.
The Delta Wrench battery model is the following:
Delta Wrench battery
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Battery charger
When the Delta Wrench battery level is low, remove the battery from the
device and plug it on the battery charger.
Thus, connect the battery charger to the AC power line.
The three LEDs located on the Delta Wrench battery charger show the battery charge status:
LED
Status
POWER ON CHARGING COMPLETE
Power on
Charging in
progress
Charging
complete
Over
temperature
Blinking
Error
NOTE: In case of Over temperature, disconnect the Delta Wrench battery from the battery
charger; then disconnect the battery charger from the AC power.
Wait few minutes.
Thus, reconnect the battery charger to the AC power and the Delta Wrench battery to the
battery charger, and check if the problem gets solved.
NOTE: In case of Error, disconnect and then reconnect the Delta Wrench battery to the
battery charger and check if the problem gets solved.
The Delta Wrench battery charger model is the following:
Delta Wrench battery charger
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WLAN Radio Module
The WLAN Radio Module is an optional module which provides a bidirectional communication with an
external device:
WLAN radio
module
Remote
device
Access
point
2.5
Network
ZIGBEE Radio Module
The ZIGBEE Radio Module is an optional module that provides a bidirectional communication with an
ELIT PC either by means of an ELITBOX or an ELITKEY (refer to the picture below):
ELIT PC
ELITKEY
Ethernet
ELITBOX
ELIT PC
ZIGBEE radio
module
ZIGBEE radio
module
NOTE: For further details about the ZIGBEE settings refer to the paragraph “ElitBox”.
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End fitting tools
The end-fitting tools for the Delta Wrench must be ordered separately, according to Desoutter price
list.
A wide selection of end-fitting tools is available:
Open end
Box end
Flared end
Reversible ratchet
Blanck end (This tool can be welded to customized Delta Wrench
extensions. This can be helpful in order to maintain the end-fitting tool
recognition function when using the extension)
NOTE: Each end-fitting tool contains a RFID TAG which stores a number that can be
programmed by the DeltaQC software. The Delta Wrench uses this number to recognize the
tool automatically.
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USER INTERFACES
3.1
Display
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The Delta Wrench display explores the Delta Wrench menus, and shows the torque and the angle
during the tightening operation:
WLAN
connection
Pset name
Battery
charge
Tightening
direction
Angle
Torque
Batch count
Progressive bar
Pset name
It indicates the Pset name. In the Demo Mode shows the test type.
WLAN connection
This icon is active for the Delta Wrench models equipped with the WLAN
radio module, when it is connected to the network.
Tightening
directions
It indicates whether tightening must be executed in the clockwise or
counterclockwise direction.
Torque/Angle
It indicates the current measurements.
The arrow under the measurement indicates which variable is selected as
the result in the tightening strategy, when applicable.
Progressive bar
This bar gets filled by increasing the torque (or the angle depending from the
strategy), and leads the operator to reach the target value.
Battery charge
It indicates the battery charge level.
Batch count
Number of the current tightening over the job step total tightenings.
The display background color changes according to the tightening phase and result:
White
Default color for all the menus and settings.
Blue
When a test is started, the display is backlight in blue.
Green
During the test execution, the display turns green when the result is OK.
Red
Color used to indicate an error.
During the test execution, the red color is used to indicate that torque and/or
angle value exceeds the maximum limit.
NOTE: For better printing contrast, and for black/white printing, in this manual the display
figures are always shown in black/white.
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Keyboard
Use the keyboard to browse the Delta Wrench menu:
Icon
Name
Description
ON,
ENTER
Switch on the Delta Wrench, enter menu and
confirm.
OFF, ESC Switch off the Delta Wrench, exit menu.
3.3
UP
Up (browse menu), increase value in settings
menus.
DOWN
Down (browse menu), decrease value in
settings menus.
Buzzer
The Delta Wrench features a buzzer, to provide more indications on the result of the current
operation. A high tone is emitted in case of OK result, while a lower tone is emitted in case of test Not
OK. For further details, refer to the specific paragraphs related to the various tests available on the
Delta Wrench.
3.4
Mini USB Port
Mini USB port
The mini USB port is available for programming the Delta Wrench with DeltaQC software.
For further details, refer to the paragraph “Connecting to the Delta Wrench”.
It is used also for firmware upgrade (reserved for authorized Desoutter Service Personnel).
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WORKING WITH “DELTA QC” SOFTWARE
4
DeltaQC
USB
Delta
Wrench
Excel File
Printer
DeltaQC is a PC software package developed to manage the Delta Wrench.
It offers easy user-friendly programming and real time monitoring of the instrument.
DeltaQC serves as an interface between the user and the Delta Wrench. With DeltaQC, users can
configure the Delta Wrench, and receives the results and curves.
The main features that characterize the interaction between DeltaQC and Delta Wrench are as
follows:

Psets definition

Review of results from the Delta Wrench

Review of curves from the Delta Wrench

Settings of the Delta Wrench
NOTE: DeltaQC saves the tightening programs, results and curves in a local database.
4.1
Software Installation
NOTE: Installation must be executed with PC administrator rights. Running the software also
requires administrator rights (or the PC administrator password is needed when the software is
started).
NOTE: Do not install the software from a shared folder/drive. Install the software from the
supplied CD/USB key; if the CD/USB key content is copied into a PC folder, it must be a PC
local folder.
NOTE: After installing the DeltaQC Software, install also the SQLServer2014 Express Edition.
Installation file is provided with the DeltaQC.
See below for further installation details.
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If DeltaQC is already installed on the PC and it is characterized by a version equal to 3.4.6 (or
previous), BEFORE executing the new setup, it is MANDATORY uninstalling the previous version by
acting on the control panel as explained in the following procedure:

Open the “Control Panel” and click on “Programs”:
Click on “Programs”
The following screen is shown:
Click on “Programs and Features”
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To uninstall (or change) programs on the PC, click on “Programs and Features” (refer to the
above screen). The following screen is displayed:
Select “DeltaQC” from the list. Click on the right button of the mouse and finally select “Uninstall”
in order to uninstall DeltaQC from the PC.

After clicking on “Uninstall”, the following pop-up is shown:
Click on Yes in order to confirm uninstalling the DeltaQC.

After clicking on Yes (refer to the above pop-up), Windows Installer is preparing to remove the
DeltaQC. The following pop-up are shown till the DeltaQC is completely removed:
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If DeltaQC is either not installed or already installed on the PC and it is characterized by a version
equal to 3.4.8 (or later), execute the new setup.
NOTE: For the operating systems Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10,
run the executable file by clicking on the right button of the mouse and selecting “Run as
administrator”.
To install DeltaQC Software, insert either the CD or the USB key in the PC.
In the first case, after inserting the CD in the PC, the following pop-up is shown (according to Autoplay
Settings set on the PC):
Click on “Run StartCD.vbs”
Click on “Run StartCD.vbs” and wait for the following window:
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In the second case, after inserting the USB key (refer to the figure
on the right) in the PC, the following pop-up is shown (according
to Autoplay Settings set on the PC):
Double-click on
“Open folder to
view files”
Double-click on “Open folder to view files”. The following folder is shown:
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Click on “Run StartCD.vbs” and wait for the following window:
ReadMe
Install
Install DeltaQC Software
Firstly click and read the ReadMe file, containing information
about the installation.
Then click on Install in order to start the installation wizard for
the DeltaQC Software.
View User Manual
Open the “Delta Wrench User Manual” in PDF.
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Contact US
It shows the Desoutter contact details.
Register DeltaQC Software
It provides the website link to register the DeltaQC Software.
Registration must be executed after the installation.
Refer to the end of this chapter for further software registration
details.
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Follow the installation steps described below:
This message is shown
according to the User
Account Control settings
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Default installation folder
(recommended)
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If SQLServer2014 Express Edition is not installed in the PC, the following window alerts the user that
it needs to be installed.
A shortcut to SQLServer2014 Express Edition setup is automatically created on the desktop.
NOTE: It is recommended to install the SQLServer2014 Express Edition at the end of the
DeltaQC Software installation.
To install SQLServer2014 Express Edition setup, double-click on the shortcut created
on the desktop (see the figure on the right), and follow the setup procedure.
After double-clicking on the SQLServer2014 Express Edition setup shortcut the “setup
icon” on the right is displayed on the toolbar.
Follow the installation steps described below:
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While Microsoft SQL Server 2014 processes the current operation, the “process icon”
(see the icon on the left) replaces the “setup icon” above mentioned on the toolbar.
1. Select
“Installation”
section
2. Select “New SQL Server
stand-alone installation or
add features to an existing
installation”
After selecting “New SQL Server stand-alone installation or add features to an existing
installation”, a new “process icon” (see the icon on the left) is displayed on the toolbar,
close to the “process icon” above mentioned.
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If the PC is not connected, this screen
is displayed. Click on Next to continue
the SQLServer2014 Express Edition
setup installation procedure
After carefully reading the License terms,
check the box “I accept the license terms”
to continue the SQLServer2014 Express
Edition setup installation procedure
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Select the Express
feature to be installed
Specify the name and
instance ID for the
instance of SQL Server.
Instance ID becomes part
of the installation path
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SQL Server 2014
installation is completed
successfully. Click on
Close
After clicking on Close key, the following screen is shown:
Close button
Click on Close button placed on the right upper corner of the above screen in order to close the “SQL
Server installation Center” page.
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Finally, select and delete both the SQLServer2014 Express Edition setup icon and the
SQLServer_2014_Express Edition folder:
Select and delete the
highlighted items
After installing DeltaQC Software, the program is added to the Start → Program → Desoutter →
DeltaQC menu (a desktop icon is created as well).
NOTE: The first time DeltaQC Software is executed, it is MANDATORY to register it (refer
to the paragraph “Software registration” for further details).
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Software registration
The first time DeltaQC Software is executed, the following window is shown:
Public KEY
Continue in
demo mode
Click to register
Registration
instructions
Click on Continue in demo mode to skip the registration and working in demo mode (the registration
can be done later).
To proceed with the registration, take note of the Public KEY given in the form above, and click on
the link www.desouttertools.com/licensing
The following window is shown:
Login or create a
new account
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Create a new account, if it is not created yet:
Submit
Enter your information and click on Submit. The following confirmation message is shown:
On the email address given in the account above, a link is sent. Click on the link provided.
Click on “home” to login
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Click on “home”; now it is possible to login:
Login
On the following window, select License Management (from the same window, it is possible either to
edit the profile information or to open the Desoutter contact form):
License
management
Edit profile
Contact
Desoutter
Enter the Serial number and the Key (License number) provided on the installation CD:
Serial number written on the CD
Key (License number) written on the CD
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Click on Submit and the following window is shown:
Add
Click either on Add to proceed with the registration or on Delete to delete the serial number and key
already entered. After clicking on Add, the following screen is shown:
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Enter the Public key generated by the DeltaQC registration form and the PC name (choose any
name) and click on Submit to get the registration code:
Registration code
Copy the above Registration code in the DeltaQC registration form and click on “Register” to
complete the registration:
Enter the Registration
code
Click on Register
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DeltaQC “Evaluation version”
If DeltaQC Software is not registered after the installation, it works as Evaluation for 90 days; the
Evaluation version provides all the functionalities of the registered version. When the trial period
expires, the software turns into Free version.
The number of days that remain for the trial period is shown on the bottom part of the DeltaQC
Software page (refer to the picture below):
Evaluation
days remaining
4.1.3
DeltaQC “Free version”
When the trial period expires, the software turns from “Demo” into “Free” version.
The Free version has a limited set of function. It is possible only to define tightening programs (Pset),
review the results from the Delta Wrench (exporting them in an Excel file) and define the settings of
the instrument; all the other features are not available.
Controller settings
Results Viewer
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DeltaQC Licensed and Advanced versions
It is possible to register DeltaQC Software in two different versions: Licensed or Advanced.
The Advanced version, compared to the Licensed version, can save the results and curves on the
database; on the Licensed versions the results and curves can be viewed online only when the
software is connected with the Delta Wrench.
4.1.5
DeltaQC software upgrade
In case a new version of the DeltaQC Software is available, the new installation wizard automatically
overwrites and upgrades the previous one.
In case of the new version features a new database structure, the first time the new version is
launched a database migration wizard is automatically started.
Click on Start and wait until the process is completed:
Wait until the process
is completed
Click on Start
Ensure that the message “Migration completed with success!” is shown in the window above; then
click on Close.
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DeltaQC Overview
Click on the DeltaQC icon to launch the software.
After connecting the Delta Wrench to the PC (refer to the paragraph “Connecting to the Delta
Wrench”), the following main menu is shown:
Menu list
Toolbar
Assembly Line area
Build area
Assembly Line
details area
Log area
Status bar
NOTE: The DeltaQC adapts automatically to the Delta Wrench type and firmware version;
therefore, some menus or commands may be hidden or disabled, if not supported by your
version of the Delta Wrench.
Working in the Delta Wrench Map area (Online mode), all the data are directly written in the Delta
Wrench connected.
Working Offline, it is possible to define the test programs and transfer them to the Delta Wrench at a
later time. The DeltaQC stores the following data in a local database:
 Test programs (Psets)
 Tools
 Test results
 Test curves
NOTE: Refer to the paragraph “Offline mode” for further details.
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The areas shown in the main menu (refer to the above picture) can be customized; select View to
define which areas enable or disable:
The areas listed in “View” are as follow:
Build area
Enable/disable the Build area. It contains the commands to create tightening
and test programs, tools, route of test.
Tree
Enable/disable the Assembly line area. It contains the list of the tightening
programs and tools created in Online / Offline mode.
Details
Enable/disable the Assembly line details area. It details the items selected in
the Assembly line area.
Log area
Enable/disable the Log area that lists the list of the log messages.
All
Enable/disable all the possible items in the main menu.
Restore default
layout
Restore the default layout that enables all the items except the Log area.
To hide one area directly from the main menu, click on the
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Search function
The DeltaQC is characterized by a search function, available to search the various items (Psets,
Tools, Routes) displayed in the Assembly Line area; in the following example, it is shown the
Assembly Line/Pset area with the relative Search function:
Items to be searched
Search function
Enter the search criteria and click on Find to filter the items displayed according to the criteria
entered. Click on Clear to reset the filter and display all of the items.
This function searches also strings partially included in the items (for example, looking for the word
“tight” searches also items containing the word “tightening” or “tighten” ); the Match whole word
option disable this function.
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Menu list
The following options are available in the DeltaQC Menu list:
Illustration
Name
Description
File
The Exit option allows the user to exit from the
Delta QC software.
View
The View option selects the areas to show/hide
in the main menu.
Transfer
The Transfer option transfers data either from the
PC to the Delta Wrench or from the Delta
Wrench to the PC.
Real Time The Real Time option allows the operator to
display curves either in real time (during Delta
Wrench operations) or at the end of tightening.
For further details refer to the paragraph “Real
Time option”.
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Options
The Options tab sets the DeltaQC language and
enables/disables the log file. Furthermore, a list
of available devices can be viewed.
Service
The Service option allows to register the
software.
About
The About tab gives software information,
including registration details.
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Toolbar
The toolbar icons are shortcuts to the basic functions in DeltaQC.
Icon
Icon name
Description
Save
This icon saves the items (for example Pset or Tool) that are defined in
the Assembly Line area.
Undo
The icon “Undo” deletes the operations executed on the item (for example
Pset or Tool) that are defined in the Assembly Line area.
Transfer PC
→ Device
This icon transfers the data defined offline to the Delta Wrench connected
to the PC.
This icon transfers the data defined online from the Delta Wrench to the
Transfer
Device → PC PC.
Controller
Click on the arrow of this icon to open the Controller programming menu.
Controller icon contains information and settings for Delta Wrench.
Refer to the paragraph “Delta Wrench Settings” for further details.
This icon is reserved for the use of the DeltaQC with the Delta Cart; thus it
Bench
programming is not used for the Delta Wrench.
Results
Viewer
This icon opens the Results Viewer page.
Curves
Viewer
This icon opens the Curves Viewer page.
Statistics
This icon is not applicable for the Delta Wrench operations.
Connect
This icon establishes the connection between the Delta Wrench and the
PC (the icon is disabled when the device is already connected).
Refer to the paragraph “Results Viewer” for further details.
Refer to the paragraph “Curves Viewer” for further details.
Refer to the paragraph “Connecting to the Delta Wrench” for further
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Once a connection is established, this icon gets active. Click to disconnect
the PC from the Delta Wrench.
Help
This icon opens the Help section (not active in this software version).
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Status bar
The status bar shows the connection between the Delta Wrench and the DeltaQC. It shows
information about the Pset parameters, during programming the Delta Wrench with the DeltaQC.
4.2.5
Online mode
Online mode (Delta Wrench
connected to the PC)
The Online mode is active only when a Delta Wrench is connected to the PC. It defines the tests
programs directly on the instrument. The Online mode provides also shortcuts to Delta Wrench
configuration, results and curves viewers. The Online mode adapts and slightly change its submenus
according to the specific Delta Wrench connected.
Click on the minus or plus symbols to close and open menus, and double-click on function names to
open the corresponding function.
NOTE: Refer to the paragraphs dedicated to the different Delta Wrench versions to view in
details how to create and setup a test program for every specific Delta Wrench.
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Transfer online data to the database
All the information defined online can be saved in the local database file (including test results and
curves), by selecting Transfer → Device --> PC in the Toolbar of the main DeltaQC screen.
The following window is shown:
Select the items (Psets/Tools, Results and Traces) to be transferred from the Delta Wrench to the
local database (placed on the PC) and click on Save to confirm.
Psets can be marked with three different icons:
The Pset is already present in the database and it is updated if some of its parameters have
been changed.
The Pset has been created directly on the Delta Wrench and it is added to the database.
In the database there is already a Pset with that name, but created for another device and not
for the Delta Wrench; the Pset cannot be saved (it should be renamed).
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Psets marked as new can be added here to a Route (refer to the paragraph “Offline mode” for further
details):
Add to
Route
New items
The “Add to Route” option is available only if there is a relevant Route for the new Pset/Tool.
In the figure above only the last Pset can be added to a Route.
When clicking on the “Add to Route” key the following screen is shown:
2. Confirm
1. Select
a Route
NOTE: The route must be defined offline with at least one item already linked. Empty routes
are not shown here.
Select the Route and click on Confirm to save.
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Delta Wrench transducer information
In the Transducer menu on the online mode it is possible to view the details of the Delta Wrench
torque and angle transducers:
Connected
transducer data
The following data are available in the above Information page:
Serial number
Transducer serial number (in general different from the Delta Wrench serial
number).
Type
Delta Wrench type.
Nominal torque
This value is the capacity value written on the Delta Wrench. Generally, it
differs slightly from the real capacity of the Delta Wrench (specified in the
Max. Torque).
Min. Torque
Minimum load of the Delta Wrench, that is equal to the 1% of the Max torque.
Max. Torque
Torque capacity of the Delta Wrench.
Overload torque
Maximum torque applicable to the Delta Wrench without producing damages.
Sensitivity
Sensitivity value of the torque transducer.
Angular resolution Angular resolution of the gyroscope.
Sensitivity torque
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In the Report area it is possible to see and print a report:
Export the Report in
Excel or PDF file
Transducer
Report
The toolbar in the upper area of the Report provides functions to print the report, or export it in Excel
or PDF file.
4.3
Language settings in DeltaQC
It is possible to set the language from the Options → Change language menu:
NOTE: After changing the language, restart the software to make the change effective.
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Connecting to the Delta Wrench
The connection between the DeltaQC and the Delta Wrench is via USB cable.
WARNING: Disconnect the USB cable to perform a test; a warning is shown on the display if
the USB is connected.
After connecting the Delta Wrench to the PC with the DeltaQC software for the first time, select Scan
(refer to the screen below):
Scan
After selecting Scan, the following screen is shown:
Click on Scan
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After clicking on Scan, select the available Delta Wrench from the list; then click on Select:
1. Select the Delta Wrench
2. Click on Select
NOTE: This operation is necessary only once.
After the first time, perform the following steps:
 Launch the DeltaQC software.
 Turn on the Delta Wrench and wait for its startup (the main menu is shown on the display).
 Connect the Delta Wrench to the PC through USB cable (with the Delta Wrench already turned
on).
 Click on the arrow of the Connect icon placed on the main toolbar and select USB to establish the
connection between the Delta Wrench and the PC:
1. Click on the arrow of
the Connect icon
2. Select USB
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NOTE: To establish the connection between the Delta Wrench and the PC, it is also
possible to right-click on USB icon in the Assembly Line area (refer to the screen below):
1. Right-click on USB icon
2. Select USB
When the Delta Wrench is connected, the Connect icon is disabled and the Disconnect icon is
active:
Disconnect icon
Online mode
Online mode
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Delta Wrench LOG Viewer
The Log viewer function displays information about the Delta Wrench – DeltaQC communication.
This can be helpful for troubleshooting activities.
To enable the Log area click on “Log area” command placed in View option of the toolbar (refer to the
paragraph “Menu list” for further details):
Enable Log area
Log message(s)
A “Log file” is automatically created in a subfolder of the installation directory of the DeltaQC
(typically: C:\Program Files\Desoutter\DeltaQC\Log).
NOTE: A new file is created each day the software is used; the old files can be deleted.
NOTE: The “Log file(s)” option can be enabled or disabled in
the menu Options → Enable log file.
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Real Time option
The Real Time option allows the operator to display curves either in real time (during Delta Wrench
operations) or at the end of tightening.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Before using the Real Time option, configure the Delta Wrench in order
to be connected with a remote PC by means of the Open Protocol (for further details about
the Open Protocol, refer to the paragraph “Working with open Protocol”).
NOTE: The Real Time option is available during the trial period of the DeltaQC Software.
Once the trial period expires, the Real Time option is available only for Advanced version of
the DeltaQC Software.
NOTE: The Real Time option works ONLY when DeltaQC Software is in offline mode.
Once DeltaQC Software is in offline mode, by acting on the menu list, click on Real Time tab; then
click on Curves viewer.
Offline mode
Menu list
Real Time
Curves viewer
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The following screen is displayed:
Curves viewer
toolbar
Test area
DeltaQC Software can interface at the same time with four Delta Wrenches (at most).
In the above screen, the test area contains four sections and each of them corresponds to a specific
Delta Wrench.
After configuring the devices, each section shows curves and results of the tightening done with the
Delta Wrench configured for that specific section.
Do the following steps in order to work with Real Time option:
1. Select the network whereby DeltaQC Software communicates with Delta Wrench. At this purpose
click on the drop down list (placed on the Curves viewer toolbar) of the networks detected by the
system:
Drop down list of the networks
detected by the system
NOTE: Properties button is for information purposes
only. After clicking on it, the operator views the
properties of the selected network in order to display the
computer configuration that is working.
Properties
button
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2. By acting on the Curves viewer toolbar, click on Device configuration:
Device configuration
The following screen is displayed:
Device List tab
Frequency Rate
Working Mode
Connection Test
section
IP Address
Port Number
Test button
Configuration
section
The above Device Configuration screen includes two tab: Device List and Network Diagnostic.
The Device List tab is divided in two sections: Configuration section and Connection Test section.
The Configuration section includes four areas and each of them corresponds to a specific Delta
Wrench.
To configure the Delta Wrench, it is MANDATORY to define the following fields:
Working Mode
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Select between:

Real Time: Real Time option displays curves in real time (during
Delta Wrench operations).

End of Tightening: End of Tightening option displays curves only at
the end of the tightening.
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It is the sampling rate that sets the operating mode of the Delta
Wrench. Highest is the frequency, the most defined is the curve.
The frequency rates available are as follows:

100 Hz (Default value)

250 Hz

500 Hz

1000 Hz
NOTE: The frequency rate equal to 1000 Hz is not available, if
the Working Mode is set on “Real Time”.
IP Address
Specify the IP Address of the Delta Wrench.
Port Number
Specify the Port Number of the Delta Wrench.
Test button
Once inserted the IP Address,
click on Test button in order to
verify the communication between
DeltaQC Software and Delta
Wrench.
Once configured the Delta Wrench, flag the related checkbox (see the following screen) in order
to enable it.
Delta Wrench checkbox
NOTE: If the operator changes any configuration
parameter and click on Close button (placed on
the right bottom corner of the above Device
Configuration screen) without saving, the screen
on the right is displayed:
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The Network Diagnostic tab analyzes the IP Address inserted into the Device List tab and checks
if the real time feature can be executed with the existing “company network” conditions.
Set the Ping frequency (ms), the Ping timeout (ms) and the Message size (byte).
Verify the IP Address in the related box and finally click on Start button.
Network Diagnostic tab
Ping frequency (ms)
Start button
Ping timeout (ms)
IP Address
Final feedback
Message size (byte)
Diagnostic analysis
At the end of the network diagnostic test, a feedback summarizes the analysis done.
3. Once configured a specific Delta Wrench, click on Apply button (placed on the right bottom corner
of the above Device Configuration screen) in order to save it.
NOTE: Once defined a Delta Wrench configuration, it is kept in memory, regardless of
Delta Wrench connection status.
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The following screen is displayed:
Configuration
data
4. Click on Start button in order to connect the Delta Wrench with the DeltaQC Software:
After clicking on Start
button, the Stop
button gets active
Start button
Parameters list
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NOTE: If the network connection is up, the data inserted inside the parameters list
(placed on the left side of the above screen) are blue colored.
If the network connection is down, the data inserted inside the parameters list are red
colored.
5. Configure a Pset (for further details about the Pset configuration, refer to the paragraph “Pset”).
Select the configured Pset manually in the Pset menu from the main menu of the Delta Wrench:
Finally, click on Start (placed on the right lower corner of the above Pset menu).
6. The DeltaQC Real Time Monitor shows the following screen:
Pset parameters section
Tmax line
Torque Target line
Tmin line
NOTE: The above example refers to a Torque Time control strategy: in fact, the Angle
Parameters (see the Pset parameters section) are equal to 0.
On the graph, it is possible to display only Tmax and Tmin lines (red lines) and Torque
Target line (green line).
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NOTE: If the control strategy of the Pset selected is either Torque + Angle or Torque &
Angle, the graph displays also the Angle Parameters listed in the Pset parameters
section (see the screen below).
Pset parameters section
Angle Target line
Tmax line
Torque Target line
Amin line
Amax line
Tmin line
7. Do the test tightening.

If the control strategy of the Pset selected is Torque Time, the following screen is displayed:
The blue line indicates the
tightening trend in real time
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At the end of the test tightening, Torque Status, Date and Result ID update the Torque Result
Parameters section according to the final outcome.
Below the graph, in the Torque Result section, the value of the maximum torque reached is
displayed.
If the maximum torque reached is within the torque limits, the Torque Result section is green
colored.
In case the maximum torque reached is over the maximum torque, the Torque Result section
is red colored.
When the Torque Result section is yellow colored, the maximum torque reached is lower than
the minimum torque.
Close button
Torque Result Parameters
Torque Result
section
Angle Result
section
NOTE: The Angle Result section is empty due to the fact that the control strategy of
the Pset selected is Torque Time.
NOTE: Before clicking on Close button
(placed on the Curves viewer toolbar) it is
NECESSARY to click on Stop button in
order to stop the communication between
Delta Wrench and DeltaQC Software.
If the operator clicks on Close button
before than on Stop button, the pop up on
the right appears:
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If the control strategy of the Pset selected is either Torque + Angle or Torque & Angle, the
following screen is displayed:
The blue line indicates the
tightening trend in real time
At the end of the test tightening, Torque Status, Date and Result ID update the Torque Result
Parameters section, and Angle Status and Angle Result update the Angle Result Parameters
section according to the final outcome.
Close button
Angle Result
Parameters
Torque Result
Parameters
Torque Result
section
Angle Result
section
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Below the graph, in the Torque Result section, the value of the maximum torque reached is
displayed. In the Angle Result section, the value of the maximum angle reached is displayed.
If the maximum torque / maximum angle reached is within the torque / angle limits, the Torque
Result section / Angle Result section is green colored.
In case the maximum torque / maximum angle reached is over the maximum torque /
maximum angle, the Torque Result section / Angle Result section is red colored.
When the Torque Result section / Angle Result section is yellow colored, the maximum torque
/ maximum angle reached is lower than the minimum torque / minimum angle.
NOTE: Before clicking on Close button
(placed on the Curves viewer toolbar) it is
NECESSARY to click on Stop button in
order to stop the communication between
Delta Wrench and DeltaQC Software.
If the operator clicks on Close button
before than on Stop button, the pop up on
the right appears:
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GETTING STARTED WITH DELTA WRENCH
To turn on the Delta Wrench, press the ON button placed on the Delta Wrench keyboard; to turn it off,
press the OFF button (even placed on the Delta Wrench keyboard) and hold it down for few seconds.
At power, the power on screen is shown for few seconds, followed by the zero adjustment and the
radio module information (for models equipped with radio module). Thus, the wrench capacity and
firmware version are displayed:
Wrench
capacity
a
Power on screen
Firmware
version
Zero adjustment
Radio module information
NOTE: Leave the Delta Wrench in a fixed position without applying any torque to the
transducers during the power on; this permits proper Automatic Zero Adjustment of the
transducer and gyroscope.
Zero in horizontal
position → OK
Zero in vertical
position → The Delta
Wrench must be
supported by hands
At the end of the zero adjustment process the OK is displayed to indicate the process
has been completed; in case of error during the zero adjustment, a message “Error
Torque” or “Error Zeroing Gyro” is shown when trying to execute a tightening.
Switch off and on again the Delta Wrench to execute again the zeroing or perform the
Manual Zero Adjustment (for further details, refer to the following paragraph “Manual
Zero Adjustment”).
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After the power on sequence, the main menu is shown on the display:
Main menu
- Demo Mode: This menu enters the free test, without the need of programming the Delta Wrench
with a specific tightening program (for further details, refer to the paragraph
“Executing a Demo Test”).
- Pset:
This menu enters the tightening programs (Pset) defined and sent to the Delta
Wrench by DeltaQC (for further details, refer to the paragraph “Pset”).
- Settings:
This menu sets the language, the date/time, the Demo Mode measurement unit
and enters the diagnostic menu (for further details refer to the paragraph “Delta
Wrench Settings”).
- Results
This menu shows the last 99 Pset results
NOTE: After 90 seconds of inactivity, the Delta Wrench enters the Power Save Mode,
reducing the display brightness. Press any button on the keyboard to exit the Power Save
Mode.
After about 5 minutes of inactivity, the Delta Wrench switches off automatically; this function
is disabled while the Delta Wrench is performing a test or when it is connected to the
DeltaQC or when the WLAN connection is enabled.
5.1
Manual Zero Adjustment
The Manual Zero Adjustment of the transducer and gyroscope prevents both Zero Gyro and Zero
Torque changes over time.
It can be performed in four different cases (provided the Delta Wrench is in a fixed position without
applying any torque to the transducers):
When the “main menu” is When the “Demo Mode” When the “Psets” screen
shown
screen is shown
is shown
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For each measure
screen (in the above
example: “Track mode”)
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For starting the Manual Zero Adjustment, press at the same time both UP and DOWN keys of the
keyboard (refer to the figure below):
For starting the Manual Zero
Adjustment, press at the
same time both UP and
DOWN keys of the keyboard
UP key
DOWN key
Once the Manual Zero Adjustment process is complete, the operator must perform a data analysis of
the Manual Zero Adjustment results in order to complete the measures successfully.
CASES
NOTE: Sometime it needs to compare the Automatic Zero Adjustment results and the Manual
Zero Adjustment results (refer to the following table).
Torque
–
Angle
Automatic
Manual
Zero
Zero
Adjustment Adjustment
result
result
Torque
OK
OK
Angle
OK
OK
Torque
OK
NOK
Angle
OK
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1
2
DATA ANALYSIS
In this case, the values measured during the Automatic
Zero Adjustment process are updated, since the Manual
Zero Adjustment process is OK.
The operator can proceeds with the measures.
In this case, since the Torque measured during the
Manual Zero Adjustment is NOK, the Angle (during the
Manual Zero Adjustment) is not measured. The Delta
Wrench takes in account the last previous valid values
measured.
The operator can proceeds with the measures.
Torque
OK
OK
Angle
OK
NOK
3
In this case, the Angle measured during the Manual Zero
Adjustment is NOK, therefore it takes in account the last
valid Angle value measured previously.
On the other hand, the Torque measured during the
Automatic Zero Adjustment is updated, since the
respective value measured during the Manual Zero
Adjustment is OK.
The operator can proceeds with the measures.
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Executing a Demo Test
The Demo Mode executes a test (tightening operation or quality control test) by accessing the Delta
Wrench from the keyboard; during the test, it is not mandatory to program Delta Wrench with DeltaQC
Software.
NOTE: In the Demo Mode the results are not saved in the Delta Wrench memory.
To perform a Demo Test, select Demo Mode from the main menu:
Then, select the desired operation and click on OK on the Delta Wrench keyboard to start the test.
NOTE: The Demo Mode measurement unit can be set in the Settings menu of the Delta
Wrench.
5.2.1
Track
Track mode can be used to execute a very simple tightening operation in which the operator tightens
the screw at the desired torque, monitoring the torque applied on the Delta Wrench display.
Torque
Time
In Track mode, the Delta Wrench displays the applied torque in real time.
Torque can be applied in either the clockwise (positive torque) or counterclockwise (negative torque)
direction.
By clicking on OK on the Delta Wrench keyboard the Delta Wrench executes a torque zero
adjustment.
NOTE: The zero adjustment is applied only for this test; it is not applied as a global zero
reference for the Delta Wrench.
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Peak
As for Track mode, Peak mode can be used to perform a very simple tightening operation in which
the operator tightens the screw at the desired torque, monitoring the torque applied on the Delta
Wrench display.
In Peak mode, the maximum value reached during tightening remains frozen on the Delta Wrench
display.
Torque
Displayed Torque
Applied Torque
Min. Load
Time
The Delta Wrench displays torque and angle in real time, starting from the Min. Load value, and the
peak value (measured on the torque) is frozen on the display.
A new cycle starts when the applied torque is released, and applied again over the Min. Load of the
Delta Wrench, which is the 1% of the Delta Wrench maximum torque (capacity). The angle calculation
is reset when a new cycle is started.
By clicking on OK on the Delta Wrench keyboard the torque and angle values are reset.
The torque must be applied in the clockwise direction.
5.2.3
Tightening
This mode executes a tightening operation to the torque assigned.
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Set the desired target torque value by clicking on the UP and DOWN arrows on the Delta Wrench
keyboard and click OK to confirm and execute the tightening.
Torque and angle
The torque and angle values are shown starting from the minimum load
value.
Tightening direction
It must be clockwise.
Progress bar
The progress bar leads the operator to reach the target value, with three
markers placed at the 30%, 60% and 95% of the target torque.
Buzzer
-
Display color
- Blue: Default color
- Green: Target value is reached (within 5% of the specified value).
- Red: Torque over than 105% of the target value
Vibration
Vibration is available only for the following Delta Wrench models:
TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS WITH VIBRO and TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS
WITH VIBRO AND WLAN RADIO MODULE.
The Delta Wrench starts vibrating after getting 95% of the target torque.
30% of the target value: Starts emitting a signal
60% of the target value: Increases the signal
90% of the target value: Increases the signal
Over 105% of the target value: Emits a repeat high frequency tone
During the demo test, if the tightening is more than 5% against the target
torque, the vibration is alternate.
At the end of the demo test, if the tightening is OK, the Delta Wrench
vibrates for three times at a specified interval (1 second). In case the
tightening is NOK, the Delta Wrench vibrates at specified intervals
continuously; stop the vibration with one of the following procedures:
- do a new tightening;
- press OK → the Delta Wrench is ready for a new measurement;
- press CL → the Delta Wrench is out of the Pset.
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Residual Torque/Angle
The Residual Torque/Angle test evaluates the residual torque on a bolt, measuring the torque
necessary to rotate the screw further. To get that, the residual torque is measured as the torque at the
specified target angle.
The target angle is typically set to few degrees.
Torque
Residual torque
Min. Load
Angle
Target angle
Enter the target angle; then apply the torque on the bolt and increase it until it starts moving to reach
the target angle.
The analysis starts when the applied torque gets over the Min. Load value.
Torque and angle
Tightening direction
Buzzer
Display color
Vibration
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The torque and angle values are shown in real time. They freeze the
residual torque value when the target angle is reached.
The peak value reached during the test is shown below the torque result.
It must be clockwise.
- High tone when the target angle is reached
- Low tone when the target angle is not reached.
- Blue: Default color
- Green: Target angle is reached
- Red: Target angle not reached
Vibration is available only for the following Delta Wrench models:
TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS WITH VIBRO and TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS
WITH VIBRO AND WLAN RADIO MODULE.
The Delta Wrench starts vibrating after getting an angle equal or higher
than the target angle.
At the end of the demo test, if the tightening is OK, the Delta Wrench
vibrates for three times at a specified interval (1 second). In case the
tightening is NOK, the Delta Wrench vibrates at specified intervals
continuously; stop the vibration with one of the following procedures:
- do a new tightening;
- press OK → the Delta Wrench is ready for a new measurement;
- press CL → the Delta Wrench is out of the Pset.
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Residual Torque/Angle Automatic
The Residual Torque/Angle Automatic test evaluates the residual torque on a joint, measuring
automatically the torque necessary to rotate the screw further.
After starting the “Residual Torque/Angle Automatic” test, apply
torque on the joint. The Delta Wrench display is as follows:
Torque and Angle
The Torque and Angle values are shown in real time.
The peak value reached during the test is shown below the torque result.
Tightening direction
It must be clockwise.
Buzzer
The beep emitted by the buzzer starts when the torque goes over the midpoint between the minimum and maximum torque values.
At the end of the tightening operation three more beeps inform the operator
about the end of the operation.
Display color
- Blue: Default color
- Green: Residual torque measured is between the minimum and
maximum torque
- Red: Residual torque measured is either lower the minimum torque or
higher the maximum torque. Furthermore, the red screen is lit when the
residual torque point is not detected.
Vibration
Vibration is available only for the following Delta Wrench models:
TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS WITH VIBRO and TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS
WITH VIBRO AND WLAN RADIO MODULE.
The Delta Wrench starts vibrating after getting the half of the torque limits
of the connected transducer: (Max Torque + Min Torque) / 2.
During the demo test, if the tightening is over the Max Torque, the vibration
is alternate.
At the end of the demo test, if the tightening is OK, the Delta Wrench
vibrates for three times at a specified interval (1 second). In case the
tightening is NOK, the Delta Wrench vibrates at specified intervals
continuously; stop the vibration with one of the following procedures:
- do a new tightening;
- press OK → the Delta Wrench is ready for a new measurement;
- press CL → the Delta Wrench is out of the Pset.
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VDI-VDE 2648
This option allows performing the angle test according to VDI-VDE 2648 protocol.
Insert the angle threshold to start the angle measurement by adjusting the value clicking on UP and
DOWN:
After starting the “VDI-VDE 2648” test, apply torque on the joint. The Delta Wrench display is as
follows:
Torque and angle
The torque is shown at torque peak, the angle at angle peak. Once the
operator starts applying torque, the angle is reset only in one of the
following cases:
 after clicking OK on Delta Wrench display (also the displayed torque
value is reset)
 after releasing the wrench at a torque lower than its Min Load and
then starting a new tightening in the opposite direction
Tightening direction
The operator can tighten in both clockwise and counterclockwise directions
Buzzer
- Not used
Display color
- Blue: Default color
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PSET
The set of parameters that controls the tightening process is contained within a so-called Pset. This
section describes how to setup the Pset parameters necessary to perform a tightening.
The Delta Wrench can store up to 200 Psets in its memory.
For creating a new Pset, either click on “Parameter set” icon placed in the Build area or right click on
Pset (placed in the Assembly Line area); thus click on “Create a new Pset…” (refer to the following
screen):
Build area
Assembly Line area
The following screen is shown:
By
default
it
is
assigned the first Pset
Number available
Select the Pset Number (it is not possible to use numbers already assigned to other Psets), and
insert the Pset Name; then click on OK icon to confirm:
1. Select the
Pset Number
3. Click on OK
to confirm
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Pset Name
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After clicking on OK, proceed programming the Pset:
Select the Control Strategy
The parameters change
according to the Control
Strategy and the device version
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The Management area (placed in the Build area) provides also the commands to copy, paste or
delete one / more Psets.
To clone a Pset, select it; then click on Copy icon. Finally click on Pset (placed in the Assembly Line
area) and click on Paste icon.
“Select icon” (the last icon of the Management area) allows to delete more than one Pset at the same time.
After click on “Select icon” the following pop-up is displayed:
Select the Psets to be deleted.
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NOTE: In the lower section of the above pop-up, “Select all” button and “Unselect all”
button, respectively, select all the available Psets and unselect all the Psets (after selecting
them) at the same time.
After selecting the Psets to be deleted, “Delete” button (placed in the right lower corner of the
following pop-up) gets active: click on it in order to delete the selected Pset(s).
Delete button
6.1
Torque Parameters
Cycle Start
Torque value from which the tightening operation starts.
This must be higher than the min. load value; if it is not, when the Pset
starts, a “Min load error” message is shown on the display.
Angle threshold
For strategies that include the angle measurement, this parameter specifies
the torque value from which the measure of the angle starts.
Min Torque
Lower torque limit.
Target Torque
Torque value set by user as tightening goal. This parameter is available
only in the production torque time and torque + angle strategies.
Max Torque
Higher torque limit.
Torque
correction For normal operations, this parameters is set to 1 (default value for Torque
coefficient
correction coefficient).
If an extension is used, this coefficient permits to compensate the effect of
the extension on the torque measurement.
Refer to the “Appendix A – Calculating Correction Coefficient for Extension”
for further details about how to calculate this coefficient.
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Change screw at
If the torque reaches this limit, the message “change screw” is shown on
the display. This parameter must be set higher that the Final Torque max
value.
Unit of measurement
Select the desired unit.
If a Delta Wrench is connected while programming, the Torque parameters are set per default as
follows:
 Cycle start = Angle threshold = Minimum torque = Maximum torque = 1% transducer nominal
torque.
 Change screw at = Transducer nominal torque.
 Target torque (if present in the Pset control strategy) = Transducer nominal torque (in this case
also the Maximum torque is set to this value).
NOTE: All the Torque parameters defined for a Pset
must be higher than the minimum load and lower
than the capacity of the Delta Wrench; otherwise, a
Min Load error or a Capacity Error will be shown on
the display when the Pset starts.
Furthermore, the set of parameters must be reliable.
For example, when storing a Pset, if the Min Torque
is greater than the Target Torque, an error message
is shown (refer to the picture on the right):
6.2
Angle Parameters
Angle threshold
This parameter specifies the torque value from which the measure of the angle
starts.
Min angle
Lower angle limit.
Max angle
Higher angle limit.
Target angle
Valid only for the strategy “Quality: residual torque/angle”; this parameter
specifies the angle where to measure the residual torque.
Angle correction For normal operations, this parameter is set to 0 (default value for Angle
coefficient
correction coefficient).
If an extension is used, this coefficient permits to compensate the error in the
angle reading due to the bending of the extension.
Refer to the “Appendix A – Calculating Correction Coefficient for Extension” for
further details about how to calculate this coefficient.
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Vibration parameter
Vibration start (%) It is possible to set Vibration start (%) parameter for any models of Delta
Wrench, even though it is fully functional only for the following models:
TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS WITH VIBRO and TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS
WITH VIBRO AND WLAN RADIO MODULE.
Vibration start (%) parameter is available for the following control strategies:
Production: Torque Time, Production: Torque & Angle, Production: Torque +
Angle, Quality: Residual Torque/Angle.
Set Vibration start (%) parameter in one of the following conditions:
 during the creation of a new Pset
 when, for a pre-existing Pset, it is necessary to change the control strategy
By default Vibration start (%) parameter is equal to 95%. It can range between
1 and 100%.
Set Vibration start (%) parameter. In case of Production: Torque Time control strategy, the Delta
Wrench starts vibrating after getting the percentage related to the “vibrating target torque”.
Below is an example to calculate the “vibrating target torque”:
If:
Cycle start = 2 Nm
Target torque = 12 Nm
Vibration start = 50%
Then:
“Useful torque interval” = (Target torque – Cycle start) × Vibration start = (12 – 2) Nm × 50%= 5 Nm
Finally:
Vibrating target torque = “Useful torque interval” + Cycle start = (5 + 2) Nm = 7 Nm
During the test, if the tightening is within the limits (Max Torque and Min Torque) the vibration is
continuous. In case the tightening is out of the limits (Max Torque and Min Torque), the vibration is
alternate.
At the end of the test, if the tightening is OK, the Delta Wrench vibrates for three times at a specified
interval (1 second). In case the tightening is NOK, the Delta Wrench vibrates at specified intervals
continuously; stop the vibration with one of the following procedures:
- do a new tightening;
- press OK → the Delta Wrench is ready for a new measurement;
- press CL → the Delta Wrench is out of the Pset.
Set Vibration start (%) parameter. In case of Production: Torque & Angle control strategy, the
Delta Wrench starts vibrating after getting the percentage related to the “vibrating target torque”.
Below is an example to calculate the “vibrating target torque”:
If:
Cycle start = 2 Nm
Target torque = 12 Nm
Vibration start = 50%
Then:
“Useful torque interval” = (Target torque – Cycle start) × Vibration start = (12 – 2) Nm × 50%= 5 Nm
Finally:
Vibrating target torque = “Useful torque interval” + Cycle start = (5 + 2) Nm = 7 Nm
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During the test, if the tightening is within the limits (Max/Min Torque and Max/Min Angle) the vibration
is continuous. In case the tightening is out of the limits (Max/Min Torque and Max/Min Angle), the
vibration is alternate.
At the end of the test, if the tightening is OK, the Delta Wrench vibrates for three times at a specified
interval (1 second). In case the tightening is NOK, the Delta Wrench vibrates at specified intervals
continuously; stop the vibration with one of the following procedures:
- do a new tightening;
- press OK → the Delta Wrench is ready for a new measurement;
- press CL → the Delta Wrench is out of the Pset.
Set Vibration start (%) parameter. In case of Production: Torque + Angle control strategy, the
Delta Wrench starts vibrating after getting the percentage set as Vibration start (%) related to the
“target angle”.
During the test, if the tightening is within the limits (Max/Min Torque and Max/Min Angle) the vibration
is continuous. In case the tightening is out of the limits (Max/Min Torque and Max/Min Angle), the
vibration is alternate.
At the end of the test, if the tightening is OK, the Delta Wrench vibrates for three times at a specified
interval (1 second). In case the tightening is NOK, the Delta Wrench vibrates at specified intervals
continuously; stop the vibration with one of the following procedures:
- do a new tightening;
- press OK → the Delta Wrench is ready for a new measurement;
- press CL → the Delta Wrench is out of the Pset.
In case of Quality: Residual Torque/Angle Automatic and Quality: Residual Peak/Torque control
strategy, the Delta Wrench starts vibrating after getting the half of the torque limits: (Max Torque +
Min Torque) / 2.
During the test, if the tightening is over the Max Torque, the vibration is alternate.
At the end of the demo test, if the tightening is OK, the Delta Wrench vibrates for three times at a
specified interval (1 second). In case the tightening is NOK, the Delta Wrench vibrates at specified
intervals continuously; stop the vibration with one of the following procedures:
- do a new tightening;
- press OK → the Delta Wrench is ready for a new measurement;
- press CL → the Delta Wrench is out of the Pset.
Set Vibration start (%) parameter. In case of Quality: Residual Torque/Angle control strategy, the
Delta Wrench starts vibrating after getting the percentage set as Vibration start (%) related to the
“target angle”.
During the test, if the tightening is within the limits (Max Torque and Min Torque) the vibration is
continuous. In case the tightening is out of the limits (Max Torque and Min Torque), the vibration is
alternate.
At the end of the test, if the tightening is OK, the Delta Wrench vibrates for three times at a specified
interval (1 second). In case the tightening is NOK, the Delta Wrench vibrates at specified intervals
continuously; stop the vibration with one of the following procedures:
- do a new tightening;
- press OK → the Delta Wrench is ready for a new measurement;
- press CL → the Delta Wrench is out of the Pset.
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Time
End cycle time
This parameter is applied when the torque goes down the cycle start and
reaches the target torque value; the default value is 0.1 second.
Minimum value: 0.1 Sec
Maximum value: 5 Sec
This parameter is not used for residual torque strategies.
Abort cycle time
This parameter is applied when the torque goes down the cycle start but has not
reached the target torque value yet. This allows the operator to release the
torque for a while and recharge during the tightening operation; the default value
is 5 seconds.
Minimum value: 0.1 Sec
Maximum value: 30 Sec
The Delta Wrench ends the tightening operation if the torque drops beneath the Cycle Start value for
a longer time than the timer.
Torque
Target torque
The test ends when
the torque remains
below the Cycle
Start for more than
the timeout
Cycle start
Time
Time
Before the torque
reaches the Target
Torque, the Abort Cycle
Time is applied
Abort cycle time
End cycle time
After the torque
reaches the
Target Torque,
the End Cycle
Time is applied
For Residual torque strategies, the Abort Cycle Time is the only timeout available in the test strategy;
for Residual Torque/Angle and Residual Torque/Angle Automatic, when the residual torque is
detected the test ends even if the timeout has not expired.
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Batch Parameters
Batch count
Enable this flag to execute the Pset more than once.
Batch size
If Batch count is enabled, it specifies how many times the Pset must be
executed.
Maximum value: 99
NOTE: If the Batch count is disabled, the Batch status in the
tightening results is always OK.
By enabling the Batch count and setting the Batch size to 1, it is
possible to have the Batch result OK only if the Pset gives result OK.
If the Batch size is greater than 1, the Batch result is OK only if all of
the Pset give result OK.
6.6
Options
Tightening
direction
Measure
at
Select the desired tightening
Counterclockwise (CCW).
direction
between
clockwise
(CW)
and
Peak Select between Torque and Angle
NOTE: The torque result of a tightening changes according to the
tightening strategy. Refer to the paragraph “Tightening strategies” for
further details.
Check already If the operator tightens a screw that is already tightened, the torque increases
tightened angle with just a little rotation (or without any rotation) of the screw. This function
monitors this event and shows an error message on the display.
Enable the flag to activate this function, and specify the Check already tightened
angle value, that is typically set to few degrees.
If the torque reaches the Min. Torque value within this angle, the error message
“Already tightened” is shown.
NOTE: “Check already tightened angle” option is enabled ONLY for
Production control strategies.
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Running a Pset
A Pset can be started in two ways, according to
the Source type selected in the Controller →
Configuration menu:
1. By selecting the Pset manually with the keyboard: Controller → Configuration → Source Type
set to Keyboard:
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2. By starting the Pset automatically inserting the end fitting tool with RFID TAG corresponding to
the Pset number: Controller → Configuration → Source Type set to Tag:
Set the Source Type as preferred and click on Store to save.
If the Source type is set to Keyboard, select the Pset manually in the Pset menu from the main
menu of the Delta Wrench:
If the Source type is set to Keyboard and the Tag required is enabled, the Pset is selected
manually by the keyboard, but it starts only if the end fitting tool with Tag identifier corresponding to
the Pset number that is plugged into the Delta Wrench:
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It is possible to view / change the Tag identifier.
Insert the end fitting tool in the Delta Wrench and click on refresh to display the current value:
Refresh icon
To change the value, select it from the list; finally click on Store:
Set a value
from the list
During the Pset execution, the display shows the torque and angle values, and the tightening
direction:
Pset execution
Pset name.
Torque and Angle values. The arrow under the Nm label indicates if result is
considered on the torque peak or angle peak (when applicable).
At the end of a Pset execution, press the OK button on the keyboard to reset
the torque and angle values to zero.
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The arrow indicates the direction that the tightening must follow (Clockwise
or Counterclockwise).
If the Pset batch size is greater than one, the batch count number is
displayed on the right side of the bottom part of the screen.
The first Pset of the batch is marked as 0.
For Production strategies, if the batch is quit before completing all the tests,
the batch count is reset (the results are saved anyway).
For Quality Control strategies, it is possible to exit a batch before completing
and restore it (refer to the paragraph “Delta Wrench Controller Setup” for
further details).
The progressive bar shows the actual torque applied, starting from the cycle
start value. The bar is filled up when the torque reaches the target value.
Three markers are placed at the 30%, 60% and 95% of the range between
the cycle start and the target torque.
The bar is shown only for Production strategies.
At the end of the tightening operation, additional information are displayed:
Torque peak
Details of Not OK
Torque peak
For residual torque/angle test strategies, it shows the maximum torque
reached during the test (the torque result is the residual point, that is
normally lower than the peak value).
Details of Not OK
If the torque and/or angle are greater/smaller than the limits specified in
the Pset, it is shown here.
For each tightening operation, the LEDs and buzzer are activated according to the selected control
strategy (refer to the paragraph “Tightening strategies” for further details).
Tightening results data and curves are stored automatically in the memory (refer to the paragraph
“Results Viewer” for further details about how to retrieve results with DeltaQC software).
6.8
Tightening strategies
Tightening strategies can be divided into two main categories:
 Production: Strategies for tightening a screw (refer to the paragraph “Production strategies”).
 Quality Control: Strategies for evaluating residual torque (refer to the paragraph “Quality Control
strategies”).
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Production strategies
Production strategies can be divided into three main categories:
1. Tightening within torque limits
This is the easiest tightening method; it is enough applying the
torque within the limits.
2. Tightening within torque and angle limits (tightening to a window)
This is a more accurate way to tighten, because an additional
information (angle) is used during the tightening process.
Using this method it is possible to detect eventual problems on the
joint (refer to the above examples).
a)
b)
Torque is correct, but angle is too short:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Misalignment problem
The hole is not completely threaded (or it is not deep enough)
The bolt is stopped by oil in a dead hole
There is dirt in the threads
The threads are damaged
The screw is already tightened
Angle is correct, but torque is too low:
• The thread may be stripped out
• The screw is too soft (tightened over yield)
• Unexpected low  (friction coefficient)
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3. Tightening with torque and additional angle rotation (torque + angle)
The bolt is first tightened to a certain torque and then it is further
tightened to a specific angle.
The goal is to stress the bolt over the yield point. Even with
differences in the angle the torque (causing clamping force) is
quite reliable. Sometime the joint is specially designed:
consequently experiments have been done (joint analysis) to be
sure that strain is far away from the breaking point.
6.8.1.1
Torque Time
This strategy leads the operator in reaching the desired target torque, without any angle reading.
It is enough to define the Cycle start, Minimum Torque, Target Torque and Maximum Torque, and the
Change Screw Torque.
Torque
Change screw at
Max. Torque
Target Torque
Min. Torque
Cycle start
Time
The “green area” identifies the OK result area.
If the torque goes over the “change screw” value, a message is shown on the Delta Wrench display in
order to advise the operator to replace the screw.
The torque result is the maximum torque measured during the tightening.
The Delta Wrench display background is colored as follows:
Blue
Default color used for Pset execution.
Green
The display turns green if the test ends with OK result.
Red
Torque and/or angle over the maximum limits.
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The buzzer is activated as follows:
Buzzer
The beep emitted by the buzzer starts when the torque goes over the Cycle
Start value, and it increases its signal when approaching the target.
At the end of the tightening operation three more beeps inform the operator of
the end of the operation; if the torque goes over the maximum values, the
beep is repeated at high frequency to indicate the error.
6.8.1.2
Torque & Angle
This strategy leads the operator in reaching the desired target torque and monitoring the angle.
The Angle threshold parameter is the threshold from which to start angle measurement (normally set
to 50% of the Target Torque).
Torque
Change screw at
Max. Torque
Target Torque
Min. Torque
Angle threshold
Cycle start
Min. Angle
Max. Angle
Angle
The “green area” identifies the OK result area.
If the torque goes over the “change screw” value a message is shown on the Delta Wrench display
advising the operator to replace the screw.
Torque/angle results:
-
If the torque/angle does not exceed the torque/angle limits, the result is taken at the torque peak
or angle peak as specified in the Pset options.
-
If the torque/angle goes over the limit, the result is taken as follow:
Torque peak
Angle peak
Torque peak selected in the Pset options
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Torque peak
Angle peak
Angle peak selected in the Pset options
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The Delta Wrench display background is colored as follows:
Blue
Default color used for Pset execution.
Green
The display turns green if the test ends with OK result.
Red
Torque and/or angle over the maximum limits.
The buzzer is activated as follows:
Buzzer
The beep emitted by the buzzer starts when the torque goes over the Cycle
Start value, and it increases its signal when approaching the target.
At the end of the tightening operation three more beeps inform the operator of
the end of the operation; if the torque (or angle) goes over the maximum
values, the beep is repeated at high frequency to indicate the error.
6.8.1.3
Torque + Angle
This strategy guides to operator in reaching the desired target angle and monitoring torque.
Torque
Change screw at
Max. Torque
Min. Torque
Angle threshold
Cycle start
Min. Angle
Target Max. Angle
Angle
Angle
This strategy is similar to Torque & Angle; the Target Angle value is required instead of the Target
Torque, and the progressive bar increases with the angle and not with the torque.
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Torque/angle results:
- If the torque/angle does not exceed the torque/angle limits, the result is taken at the torque peak
or angle peak as specified in the Pset options.
If the torque/angle goes over the limit, the result is taken as follow:
-
Torque peak
Torque peak
Angle peak
Torque peak selected in the Pset options
Angle peak
Angle peak selected in the Pset options
The Delta Wrench display background is colored as follows:
Blue
Default color used for Pset execution.
Green
The display turns green if the test ends with OK result.
Red
Torque and/or angle over the maximum limits.
The buzzer is activated as follows:
Buzzer
The beep emitted by the buzzer starts when the torque goes over the Cycle
Start value, and it increases its signal when approaching the target.
At the end of the tightening operation three more beeps inform the operator of
the end of the operation; if the torque (or angle) goes over the maximum values,
the beep is repeated at high frequency to indicate the error.
6.8.2
Quality Control Strategies
Quality Control strategies are not the strategies used to tighten a screw; they are used to check
tightening operations already performed, measuring the residual torque.
The strategies for evaluating residual torque can be divided in two main categories:


Residual Check Angle: it measures the torque necessary to rotate the screw further, measuring
it at the specified angle.
Peak Torque: it measures the peak of the torque necessary to rotate the screw further: the
operator must stop as soon as the screw starts rotating.
The paragraphs below describe in detail how the Delta Wrench performs these strategies.
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Residual Torque/Angle Automatic
This strategy evaluates the residual torque on a joint, measuring the torque necessary to rotate the
screw further.
Torque
Change screw at
CASE B
CASE A
Max Torque
Min Torque
Residual Torque
Residual Torque
Angle threshold
Cycle start
Angle
CASE A: Normally there is a rapid change of the gradient of the torque/angle function when the bolt
starts moving.
CASE B: Sometimes, due to high static friction built into the joint (for instance, for no lubrication,
conical seat) as soon as the bolt moves the torque decreases, and the real residual torque is lower
than the peak torque necessary to overcome the static friction.
In both the above cases, the Delta Wrench algorithm detects automatically the correct breakaway
point.
Min Torque and Max Torque define the torque limits where the result is considered as OK.
The Angle threshold, that must be greater than the Cycle start, defines the point from which the Delta
Wrench starts measuring the angle.
The result of this test is available when the test is finished (after the operator release the torque and
the timeout is expired).
Torque result:
-
Residual torque, if the breakaway point is detected.
-
Maximum torque measured, if the breakaway point is not detected, or if the torque goes over the
Change Screw value.
If during the residual torque check the operator goes over the Change Screw value, a message is
shown on the Delta Wrench display to indicate that the screw must be replaced with a new one.
At the end of the test, the Delta Wrench display background is colored as follows:
Blue
Default color used for Pset execution.
Green
The display turns green if the residual torque measured is between the minimum
and maximum torque.
Red
The display turns red if the residual torque is either below the minimum or over
the maximum torque, or if the residual torque point is not detected.
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The buzzer is activated as follows:
Buzzer
The beep emitted by the buzzer starts when the torque goes over the mid-point
between the minimum and maximum torque values.
At the end of the tightening operation three more beeps inform the operator
about the end of the operation. If the result is Not OK (because the Torque is
either over the maximum Torque or under the minimum Torque), the last beep
remains active to indicate the error, and it is reset when either the OK or CL
button is pressed.
6.8.2.2
Residual Torque/Angle
This strategy evaluates the residual torque on a joint, measuring the torque necessary to rotate the
screw further.
Torque
Max Torque
Residual Torque
Min Torque
Angle threshold
Cycle start
Target angle
Angle
Min Torque and Max Torque define the torque limits where the result is considered as OK.
The Angle threshold, which must be greater than the Cycle start, defines the point from which the
Delta Wrench starts measuring the angle. The recommended values are Target Angle set to 2
degrees and the Angle Threshold set to the 50% of the expected residual torque.
Torque result:
-
Torque measured at the target angle, if the target angle is reached.
-
Maximum torque measured, either if the target angle is not reached or if the torque goes over the
Change Screw value.
If during the residual torque check the operator goes over the Change Screw value, a message is
shown on the Delta Wrench display to indicate that the screw must be replaced with a new one.
The Delta Wrench display background is colored as follows:
Blue
Default color used for Pset execution.
Green
The display turns green if the torque measured at the target angle is between
the minimum and maximum torque.
Red
The display turns red if the torque result is below the minimum or over the
maximum torque.
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The buzzer is activated as follows:
Buzzer
The beep emitted by the buzzer starts when the torque goes over the Cycle
Start value.
At the end of the tightening operation three more beeps inform the operator of
the end of the operation; if the result is Not OK, the last beep remains active to
indicate the error, and it is reset when either the OK or CL button is pressed.
6.8.2.3
Residual Peak/Torque
This strategy evaluates the residual torque on a joint as the peak of the torque necessary to rotate the
screw further. The result of this strategy is affected by operator movement; it is important to release
the torque as soon as the screw starts moving.
Torque
Change screw at
Max Torque
Torque Peak
Min Torque
Cycle start
Time
Specify the Cycle start and the Torque limits.
Furthermore, it is MANDATORY to set a Change Screw value: if the operator goes over this value, a
message is shown on the Delta Wrench display to indicate that the screw must be replaced with a
new one.
The Delta Wrench display background is colored as follows:
Blue
Default color used for Pset execution.
Green
The display turns green if the torque peak is between the minimum and maximum
torque.
Red
The display turns red if the torque peak is below the minimum or over the
maximum torque.
The buzzer is activated as follows:
Buzzer
The beep emitted by the buzzer starts when the torque goes over the Cycle Start
value.
At the end of the tightening operation three more beeps inform the operator of the
end of the operation; if the result is Not OK, the last beep remains active to
indicate the error, and it is reset when either the OK or CL button is pressed.
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OFFLINE MODE
Disconnect Delta
Wrench to show
the Offline area
Offline area
The Offline mode allows the user to create Pset without a Delta Wrench connected to the PC. All the
data are stored in a local database. The Psets defined offline can be grouped into “Routes” and
transferred to the Delta Wrench.
The database stores also all the results (up to 32000) downloaded from the Delta Wrench. Refer to
the paragraph “Results Viewer” for further details about how to download results from the Delta
Wrench to the database.
To work in this mode, disconnect the Delta Wrench from DeltaQC, and select then Database menu.
When creating a Pset, an additional field is shown, to select for which device the Pset is assigned:
Select Delta
Wrench
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Create a Route
When working offline, it is possible to create up to 32.000 test programs (Pset). The Delta Wrench
can store up to 200 Psets. The “Route” is used to select the test programs to be transferred to the
Delta Wrench. It is possible to create various Routes (up to 32.000) to transfer different set of test to
different Delta Wrenches.
Select the Route menu in the Offline area:
Offline area
List of Routes
The Routes already created are shown on the right.
For creating a new Route, either click on “Route” icon placed in the Build area or right click on Route
(placed in the Assembly Line area); thus click on “Create a new Route…” (refer to the following
screen):
Build area
Assembly Line area
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The following screen is shown:
By default it is assigned
the first Route Number
available
Set the Device type to Delta Wrench, select the Route Number (it is not possible to use numbers
already assigned to other Psets), insert the Route Name and enter the Route Description; then click
on OK icon to confirm:
1. Select the
Route Number
3. Enter the Route
Description
2. Insert the
Route Name
4. Click on OK
to confirm
5.
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After clicking on OK, the following screen is shown:
Route data
Select the Linked Psets folder to add (or delete) the Pset(s) to the Route:
Psets belonging
to the Route
Add Pset(s)
Delete Pset(s)
These keys change the
order of the Psets/Tools
linked to the Route
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Configure the Route as described below:
-
Click on the
icon on the right to add Pset(s) to the Route(s).
-
Click on
-
Click on Save to save the data.
icon to delete an item from the Route(s).
When adding an item to the Route, the following screen is shown:
Confirm
Select what to
add to the Route
Search
functions
Select what to add to the Route and click on Confirm to save.
NOTE: If a large number of Pset is present in the list, use the search function to filter it.
NOTE: It is possible to add up to 200 Psets in a Route.
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The Management area (placed in the Build area) provides also the commands to copy, paste or one
or more routes.
To clone a route, select it; then click on Copy icon. Finally click on Route (placed in the Assembly
Line area) and click on Paste icon.
“Select icon” (the last icon of the Management area) allows to delete more than one route at the
same time.
After click on “Select icon” the following pop-up is displayed:
Select the routes to be deleted.
NOTE: In the lower section of the above pop-up, “Select all” button and “Unselect all”
button, respectively, select all the tools and unselect all the tools (after selecting them) at the
same time.
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After selecting the routes to be deleted, “Delete” button (placed in the right lower corner of the
following pop-up) gets active: click on it in order to delete the selected route(s).
Delete button
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Transfer a Route to the Delta Wrench
Once the Route is defined in the Offline mode, click on the
icon (placed on the toolbar), or
select the Transfer → PC --> Device menu (refer to the paragraph “Menu list”) to transfer it to the
Delta Wrench:
Select the route
to transfer to the
Delta Wrench
Select Delta Wrench
as Target device
Send the route to the
Delta Wrench
Select the Route and click on Save to send it to the Delta Wrench.
NOTE: When the Route is sent to the Delta Wrench, all the Psets previously stored in the
Delta Wrench memory are deleted! If the user wants to keep a copy of the existing Psets
currently in use on the Delta Wrench, he must save them to the database before sending the
Route to the Delta Wrench (refer to the paragraph “Online mode” for further details).
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DELTA WRENCH SETTINGS
8.1
Settings Menu on Delta Wrench
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The Settings menu on the Delta Wrench display is active only if enabled (refer to the paragraph
“Delta Wrench Controller Setup” for further details about how to enable / disable this menu).
The Diagnostic menu is explained in the paragraph “Troubleshooting Guide” of this manual.
For further details about the default configuration, refer to the paragraph “Appendix B – Delta Wrench
Factory Settings”.
8.1.1
Language
To set the Delta Wrench display language, select Settings → Language from the Delta Wrench main
menu:
Select the language and confirm with the OK button placed on the keyboard.
NOTE: It is also possible to set the language through DeltaQC (refer to the paragraph “Delta
Wrench display language” for further details).
8.1.2
Date - time
To set the Delta Wrench date and time, select Settings → Insert Date-Time from the Delta Wrench
main menu:
Use the right/left arrows on the keyboard to choose the field to edit, and use the up/down arrows to
increase/decrease the selected field.
NOTE: To select either European or American date format, select Settings → Date menu.
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Demo mode unit
To set the Delta Wrench unit of measurement for the Demo Mode, select Settings → Demo Mode
unit from the Delta Wrench main menu:
8.1.4
ElitBox / WiFi
This item of the Settings menu changes according to the radio module installed on the Delta Wrench
model.
8.1.4.1
ElitBox (for models with ZigBee radio module)
For the Delta Wrench equipped with a ZIGBEE radio module, there the ElitBox settings section. To
set the Delta Wrench ElitBox parameters, select Settings → ElitBox from the Delta Wrench main
menu:
After selecting ElitBox option (refer to the above screen), it is possible to set a bidirectional
communication with an ELIT PC either by means of an ELITBOX or an ELITKEY.
In fact, by clicking on ElitBox option, the following screens are shown:
ElitBox option either enable or disable this function.
Report mode option allows to select between the following:
 NONE: to disable results transmission.
 BASIC: this mode allows the Delta Wrench to communicate only with
the ELITBOX.
 EXTENDED: this mode allows to check the results only on the ELIT
PC (independently if the user is using either the ELITBOX or
ELITKEY for a ZIGBEE communication).
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Lock no communication option is enabled to save every result: once
this option is enabled, the Delta Wrench is automatically locked when it
is out of network coverage. In this case, no tightenings are allowed.
Lock results full option is enabled to save every result: once this
option is enabled, the Delta Wrench is automatically locked if 25 results
(maximum) are not received by the ELITBOX / ELIKEY.
Usually, if the Delta Wrench is not linked yet, every 60 seconds it tries
to join to the best available network automatically (once this is unlocked
on the ELITBOX / ELITKEY).
Join Pan option forces the pairing with the ELITBOX / ELITKEY
(provided the pairing is already activated on the ELITBOX / ELITKEY
(for further details about the ELITBOX / ELITKEY refer both to
“ELITBOX User Guide” and “ELITKEY User Guide”)).
8.1.4.2
WiFi (for models with WLAN radio module)
For the Delta Wrench equipped with a WLAN radio module, there the WIFI section. Selecting this
menu item, the current Delta Wrench IP address is shown.
8.1.5 Diagnostic
Select Settings → Diagnostic to launch a diagnostic test. Follow the instructions on the screen
during the execution of this test. See the Delta Wrench Diagnostic paragraph for details.
8.1.6 Power off
To disable or to set the power off timeout of the Delta Wrench, select Settings → Power off. Then
select the desired timeout value by using UP, DOWN and OK keys. This menu works in the same was
as described in the Power off paragraph.
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Delta Wrench Controller Setup
The Controller icon (active only in Online mode) allows the user to enter the instrument
settings:
NOTE: The Delta Wrench must be connected to the DeltaQC to access this menu.
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Configuration
By selecting the Configuration submenu, the following window is shown:
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Delta Wrench name
Name reported in the Assembly line area of the DeltaQC:
Name
8.2.1.2
Delta Wrench date and time
Date and time shown on the main menu of the Delta Wrench display.
These date and time are associated to the tightening results and curves.
Date and time
Click on
to align the Delta Wrench date and time to the date and time
of your PC connected to the Delta Wrench.
8.2.1.3
Delta Wrench display language
Select the language of the Delta Wrench menu. This is also possible
from the Delta Wrench Settings menu (refer to the paragraph
“Settings Menu on Delta Wrench”).
Language
The Settings menu on the Delta Wrench display is active only if
enabled (refer to the paragraph “Delta Wrench Controller Setup” for
further details).
8.2.1.4
Result confirmation options
Select between:
Results confirmation
option
8.2.1.5
Never: All the tests executed are acquired as test result.
Always: At the end of each test, the Delta Wrench asks if the
result must be considered or discarded.

NOK only: At the end of each Not OK test, the Delta Wrench
asks if the result must be considered or discarded. If the result is
discarded, the batch count (if enabled) is not incremented.
Batch increment condition
Batches increment
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
It selects if the batch number for a Pset is incremented only if the
result is OK, or if it is incremented anyway, regardless of the result
(OK + NOK).
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Batches running mode
This parameter is used only for Quality Control strategies and it is not
applicable to Production strategies.
Select between:
Batches running mode

Reset mode: When a batch is quit, the batch count is reset.

Restore mode: When a batch is quit, the batch count is not reset,
and it is possible to continue the batch at a later time:
Batch count is not reset.
Start the Pset to continue
8.2.1.7
Gyroscope overspeed control
Disabling this option, the Delta Wrench does not shown the warning
message when the operator exceed the maximum angular speed during
Gyroscope overspeed the tightening operation.
NOTE: It is recommended to keep this option enabled.
8.2.1.8
Source type
Select between:
 Keyboard: The Pset to be started is selected by the Delta Wrench
keyboard.
Source type
8.2.1.9
 Tag: The Pset in automatically started inserting the end fitting tool in the
Delta Wrench. The Pset number is chosen by the number written in the
end fitting tool RFID TAG.
 WLAN: The Pset is started by the remote device connected via WLAN.
Tag required
Tag required
If enabled, the Pset is started only if the end fitting tool plugged into the
Delta Wrench is programmed with the tag identifier that matches the Pset
number.
NOTE: If the Source Type is set to Tag, this option in not
considered.
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Tag identifier
Refresh icon
Tag identifier
This parameter shows the number written in the RFID TAG of the end
fitting tool. Click on the refresh icon on the right to refresh the parameter in
case a new end fitting tool is plugged into the Delta Wrench.
It is possible to modify the Tag identifier value by opening the relative dropdown list and selecting the new one according to customer needs.
The Tag identifier drop-down list can range from 001 to 200 (refer to the
picture on the right).
8.2.1.11
Change screw setting
This parameter allows enabling or disabling the warning message when the Change screw torque is
reached during the execution of a Pset. In the case Change screw setting is set to Disable, a popup
message is shown on DeltaQC that informs that the operator may damage the tightened screw
without receiving any warning:
8.2.1.12
Power off [minutes]
This parameter allows setting the power off timeout. The available values are;
 Disabled: Delta Wrench does not switches off if idle
 5-10-15-30: Delta Wrench switches off after 5-10-15-30 minutes idle. Delta Wrench is not idle
in the following cases:
o The operator is navigating in the menu items
o A Pset or a Demo mode tightening is being executed
o Delta Wrench is connected to DeltaQC
o Wi-Fi connection is enabled from DeltaQC
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WLAN/Open Protocol: number of results before wrench lock
WLAN/Open Protocol:
number of results before
wrench lock
This option is available only for Delta Wrench provided with a WLAN
radio module.
When the WLAN radio module is enabled (for further details about
how to enable the WLAN radio module, refer to the chapter “WLAN
Communication Protocol”), the Delta Wrench can communicate with
a remote device via connection without cables.
If, during test, the Delta Wrench is out of transmission coverage, the
option “WLAN/Open Protocol: number of results before wrench lock”
defines the number of results allowed before to completely lock the
Delta Wrench.
It is possible to set the number of results before wrench lock by
selecting among the following options:
 0
 50
 100
 250
 500
By default, the number of results before wrench lock is equal to 500.
NOTE: The option “WLAN/Open Protocol: number of
results before wrench lock” is disabled if it is set to 0.
NOTE: It is necessary to disable the radio module
connection before saving the “WLAN/Open Protocol:
wrench lock” parameter. The radio module connection is
disabled and enabled again automatically.
Once the Delta Wrench gets out of transmission coverage during
measurement, and the “number of results before wrench lock” is
reached, the following Delta Wrench display is shown:
When the Delta Wrench returns within the transmission coverage,
the above “Wrench Locked” screen is no longer displayed and the
measure screen is shown again.
NOTE: If the Delta Wrench is locked (out of transmission
coverage), no one Pset can start, even if the Delta Wrench
is switched off and on again.
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Information
This window provides some general information about the serial number, firmware version, the Type
and the Battery charge status:
8.2.3
Memory
From this menu it is possible to delete the Psets, the results, the diagnostic results and the curves
stored in the Delta Wrench memory:
8.2.4
WLAN settings
From this menu it is possible to configure the WLAN radio module (for Delta Wrench models equipped
with WLAN radio module). Refer to the paragraph “WLAN Communication Protocol” for further details.
8.2.5
Open Protocol settings
From this menu it is possible to configure the Open Protocol. It allows a remote device to interface
with the Delta Wrench by means of custom-made applications. (Refer to the paragraph “Working with
Open Protocol” for further details).
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STATISTICS
Statistics can be calculated either on the results stored into the Delta Wrench or on the results located
into the database:
 Database statistics: In Offline mode, click on Statistics:
Open Statistics
Offline mode
 Delta Wrench statistics: Connect to the Delta Wrench, download the results, and then click on
Statistics:
Open Statistics
Online mode
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When opening the Statistics page, the following screen is shown:
Select the Measure, Test,
Check and Standard type;
then set the Parameters
Select the General folder of this window.
When offline, select Delta Wrench as device to view statistics from the results produced by the Delta
Wrench; if online, the device field is automatically set (Delta Wrench).
Select the Measure (Torque or Angle) on which to calculate the statistics.
The Test type is automatically set to Quality/Production.
Select the Check (Cmk/Cpk or SPC).
Select the Standard (ISO, CNOMO (E41.32.110N), NF (E 60-181), Normal distribution test
(Shapiro-Wilk), Normal distribution test (Chi-Squared), Q544000:2004, Q544000:1990). This field
selects the method used to calculate the statistical parameters (refer to the next paragraphs of this
chapter for further details about the statistical computation formulas used by the DeltaQC software).
Set the expected value (minimum values acceptable) for the parameters shown in the Parameters
box.
NOTE: In the Parameters box, only the parameters applicable to the Test and Standard type
selected are shown.
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Once the General page is set, select the Results page:
Psets
Batches of test
executed with
the selected
Pset
Results associated to the
selected Batch(es)
Select a Pset.
Select one or more Batches containing the results of the tests executed with the selected Pset. Note
that a multiple selection is allowed only for batches with same Size (shown on the column on the
right).
In Results section select the results to be used to calculate the statistics. When all of the batches are
selected, highlighting a batch makes all of the related results highlighted automatically, and it is
possible to select all of them:
Results of the highlighted
batch automatically highlighted
Highlight
a Batch
Click here to select all of
the highlighted results
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To select all of the results shown in the window above, right-click on one of it and select Select all:
NOTE: Results with one of the following messages in the Result details column
 Overload detected
 Already tightened
Can not be included into statistics. For this reason, they can not be selected.
After having set the Results page, select the Values page to load and show the results:
Torque or Angle values are
shown according to what is
selected in the General page
NOTE: After any change in the previous windows is made (for instance, changing the statistic
type or including different batches), click again on this folder to load the relevant results that
are shown in the next folder (Statistics).
Right-click on the table to copy in the clipboard the results selected:
Right-click to copy the results selected
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Once the three previous pages have been properly set, the statistics and reports (for the selected
results) are shown in the Statistics page:
The folder is selected
automatically
Statistics
Remarks
Graphs
This window selects automatically the folder ISO, CNOMO, NF or Normal Distribution, according to
what has been chosen previously (in the General page). The main window shows the statistics
associated to the results (refer to the paragraph “Statistical Computation” for further details).
In the bottom part of the above screen, the user can choose one of four graphs.
In each graph it is possible to zoom an area by selecting it with the mouse, and browse the zoomed
view by right-clicking and moving the mouse.
The Graphical display shows all of the results versus the date of the test:
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The Capability chart shows all of the results in sequence:
The Histogram shows all of the results in a histogram graph detailing how
many results fall into a certain interval:
Number of results that
fall into the interval
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The Control chart shows the X,R graphs for the statistic control tests:
Summary
Values and
test limits
Remarks
Corrective
action(s)
The summary shows all of the results with the test target and limits values (note that if a set of tests
was performed in a Cm-Cmk test having batch number over ten, only the last ten results of that batch
are considered).
On the right the Remarks box details which rule(s) has been failed the test.
The Corrective action icons show if the tool/process is OK, or if it needs to be recalibrated increasing
or decreasing the torque. The exclamation mark is shown when the values are out of the tolerance
limit; if the exclamation mark is not shown the corrective action should be taken to prevent errors, but
the tool/process is still within the tolerance limits.
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By selecting only one statistic control rule and not the summary, the graph shows only the relevant
data:
Select a
rule
By selecting the “Dispersion is too large” rule, the R (range) graph is shown:
Range
chart
Select
“Dispersion
is too large”
Maximum
range
In the above chart the result is OK if the last range is within the range limit.
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Exporting the Graph
Each graph shown above provides few commands to create/export/print the report:
Click on Save to export the graph into a JPEG file, or Print to print the graph.
Click on Report to create the following report:
Scroll the Report
for further details
This report shows detailed information about the results. The toolbar in the upper area of this report
provides commands to print the report, or to export it into an Excel or PDF file.
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Statistical Computation
9.2.1
CNOMO standard E41.32.110N
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Instantaneous standard deviation: σi
Estimated from the mean range W of the samples of 5 measurements which form the population.
W
d5
i 
Where:
W 
W
K
W = range of measurements on each sample = max. value - min. value
K = number of samples of 5 measurements
d 5  2.326 
1.645  0.864
K
, coefficient for a 95% confidence threshold.
Instantaneous dispersion: Di
Di  6   i
Process capability: CAM
CAM 
IT
Di
Where:
IT (Tolerance Interval) = Max. tolerance - Min. tolerance
Testing the homogeneity of the population:
Each sample of measurements W must comply with:
W  0.643 
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Standard deviation: σ
N
 x

i 1
 x
2
i
N 1
Where:
N
x
x
i 1
i
N
(population mean)
xi = population value
N = number of measurements of the population
Corrected overall standard deviation: σ0
 0  C 
Where:
C is a function of the number of samples:
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Number of samples
Coefficient C
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20 to 22
23 to 25
26 to 31
32 to 35
36 to 44
45 to 51
1.51
1.41
1.34
1.28
1.26
1.24
1.22
1.21
1.19
1.18
1.17
1.17
1.16
1.15
1.15
1.14
1.14
1.13
1.12
1.11
1.10
1.09
1.08
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Coefficient of position and dispersion: Cpk
 Tol  X X  Tol min 
C pk  min  max
,

3 0
 3 0

The station is “capable” if the CAM is higher than the “specified CAM”.
The setting is correct if the Cpk is higher than the “specified Cpk”.
9.2.2
ISO standard
Standard deviation: σ
N
 x

i 1
 x
2
i
N 1
Where:
N
x
x
i 1
N
i
(population mean)
xi = population value
N = number of measurements of the population
Process Capability: Cp
Cp 
IT
6
Where:
IT (Tolerance Interval) = Max. tolerance - Min. tolerance
σ = Standard deviation
Coefficient of position and dispersion: Cpk
 Tol  X X  Tol min 
C pk  min  max
,

3
3


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NF standard E 60-181
sie = estimator of the intrinsic standard deviation for each mode number, where 2  e  k , and k is the
number of samples.
N
S ie 
Si 
 x
i 1
; xe 
N 1
x
i 1
je
N
(where N is the size of the sample)
1 N
2
S ie ; Di  6  S i

k e1
CAM 
IT
(where IT (Tolerance Interval) = Max. tolerance - Min. tolerance)
Di
 x
N
Sp 
N
 xe 
2
ie
i 1
i
x
N 1

N
2
; xe 
x
i 1
j
N
 Tol  X X  Tol min 
C pk  min  max
,

3
3


Cap 
IT
6S p
9.2.4
Normal Distribution Test: Population under 50 measurements
(Shapiro-Wilk test)
1) Calculation of S2:
N
S   xi  x
N
2
i 1
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2
(where x 
x
i 1
N
i
and N is the number of measurements of the population)
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2) Calculation of b:
K
b   ai  d i
i 1
Where: di = XN-i+1-Xi
ai: See table below
K=N/2 if N is even, and K=(N-1)/2 if N is odd
I/N
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
1
0.5150
0.4734
0.4450
0.4254
0.4096
0.3964
0.3850
0.3751
2
0.3306
0.3211
0.3069
0.2944
0.2834
0.2737
0.2635
0.2574
3
0.2495
0.2565
0.2543
0.2487
0.2427
0.2368
0.2313
0.2260
4
0.1878
0.2085
0.2148
0.2148
0.2127
0.2098
0.2065
0.2032
5
0.1353
0.1686
0.1822
0.1870
0.1883
0.1878
0.1865
0.1847
6
0.0880
0.1334
0.1539
0.1630
0.1673
0.1691
0.1695
0.1691
7
0.0433
0.1013
0.1283
0.1415
0.1487
0.1526
0.1545
0.1554
8
0.0000
0.07111
0.1046
0.1219
0.1317
0.1376
0.1410
0.1430
9
0.0422
0.0823
0.1036
0.1160
0.1237
0.1286
0.1317
10
0.0140
0.0610
0.0862
0.1013
0.1108
0.1170
0.1212
11
0.0000
0.0403
0.0697
0.0873
0.0986
0.1062
0.1113
12
0.0200
0.0537
0.0739
0.0870
0.0959
0.1020
13
0.0000
0.0381
0.0610
0.0759
0.0860
0.0932
14
0.0227
0.0484
0.06510
0.0765
0.0846
15
0.0076
0.0361
0.0546
0.0673
0.0764
16
0.0000
0.0239
0.0444
0.0584
0.0685
17
0.0119
0.0343
0.0497
0.0608
18
0.0000
0.0244
0.0412
0.0532
19
0.0146
0.0328
0.0459
20
0.0049
0.0245
0.0386
21
0.0000
0.0163
0.0314
22
0.0081
0.0244
23
0.0000
0.0174
24
0.0104
25
0.0035
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3) Calculation of W:
b2
W  2
S
Could be a 5% probability that there is not a normal distribution if W is lower than W95 given in
the following table:
9.2.5
N
W95
15
0.881
20
0.905
25
0.918
30
0.927
35
0.934
40
0.940
45
0.945
50
0.947
Normal Distribution Test: Population under 50 measurements
(Chi-Squared test)
1) Distribute into classes of at least 4 or 5 measurements
2) Calculate the mean and standard deviation mean:
N
x
x
i 1
i
N
Standard deviation:
N

 x
i 1
 x
2
i
N 1
3) Calculate for each class limit li:
ui 
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4) Calculate:
i  
n  n 
' 2
i
i
ni'
Where:
n = number of measurements in class i
n' = theoretical number of measurements for a normal distribution
ni'  N F u i   F u i 1 
F(ui): Reduced table of normal distribution
There is a 5% probability of not having a normal distribution if  2 is higher than  2 given in
table below:
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2
1
3.84
2
5.99
3
7.81
4
9.49
5
11.07
6
12.59
7
14.07
8
15.51
9
16.92
10
18.31
11
19.67
12
21.03
13
22.36
14
23.68
15
25.00
16
26.30
17
27.59
18
28.87
19
30.14
20
31.41
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Q544000
Q544000_1990:
The dispersion for the j-th group is calculated as follows:
W j  Max j  Min j
Where:
Maxj is the maximum value in the samples of the j-th group.
Minj is the minimum value in the samples of the j-th group.
The average value of the W j is calculated as follows:
W 
W
j
K
The σi is calculated as follows:
i 
W
dn *
Where:
dn* is calculated from the following table based on the number of samples:
N
dn*
C
10
0.500
1.64
12
0.555
1.55
14
0.598
1.48
16
0.632
1.43
18
1.097
1.40
20
1.412
1.37
24
1.468
1.32
28
1.521
1.30
30
1.746
1.28
35
1.789
1.26
40
1.824
1.24
50
1.877
1.21
And σi refers to the whole set of samples.
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The σ0 is calculated as follows:
 0  C 
Where:
C is given in the table above
1 N
X i  X 2

N  1 i 1
 
NOTE: σ0 is used as threshold for σi; if σi is greater than σ0, then  1   0
CAM is calculated as follows:
CAM 
UTL  LTL
6 i
Where:
LTL is the lower tolerance limit
UTL is the upper tolerance limit
The Cmk is calculates as follows:
UTL  X m X m  LTL 
C mk  min 
,

3 0 
 3 0
Where Xm is the average of the sample
Q544000_2004:
The dispersion for the j-th group is calculated as follows:
W j  Max j  Min j
Where:
Maxj is the maximum value in the samples of the j-th group.
Minj is the minimum value in the samples of the j-th group.
The average value of the W j is calculated as follows:
W 
W
j
K
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The σi is calculated as follows:
i 
W
dn
Where dn is calculated from the following table based on the number of samples:
N
dn
10 ÷ 16
1.128
18
1.693
20 ÷ 28
2.059
30 ÷ 100
2.326
110 ÷ 5000
3.078
NOTE: σi refers to the whole set of samples.
CAM is calculated as follows:
CAM 
UTL  LTL
6 i
Where
LTL is the lower tolerance limit
UTL is the upper tolerance limit
The average of the Mj is calculated as follows:
Mj 
X
ij
N
Where:
Xij is the i-th sample of the j-th group.
Considering Mmin and Mmax as the minimum and maximum averages, the Cmk is calculates as follows:
 M  LTL UTL  M max 
C mk  min  min
,

3
3


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RESULTS VIEWER
The Results Viewer function allows the user to retrieve the results from the Delta Wrench or
from the database.
The Delta Wrench can store up to 1000 results; when the memory is full the new results overwrite the
oldest results stored.
To view the results stored on the Delta Wrench, connect the instrument to the DeltaQC and click on
the Result Viewer icon:
Results Viewer icon
Delta Wrench
connected with the PC
To view the results downloaded from the Delta Wrench and stored in the database, work in Offline mode:
Results Viewer icon
Offline mode
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When clicking on the Results Viewer icon, the following screen is shown:
Select/deselect
all the tests
Device type (in offline mode, select
Delta Wrench as Device type; in
online mode the Device type is set
on Delta Wrench automatically)
Select manually
the tests
Search / filter
functions
Select the Device type (when working offline, otherwise the instrument connected is automatically
selected) and the tests to be reviewed. Finally click on OK.
The following “Results Viewer page” is shown:
Select/deselect all the results
Main Toolbar
Results found
Progress bar
Export button
Pset Filter
button
Delete button
Filters dropdown menu
Click on a column heading in order to organize the results according to the column selected.
All the information related to the tightening operation is displayed in the whole set of columns.
When working connected with the Delta Wrench, if a Pset has been deleted after the test execution,
the related row is marked as “deleted”.
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The Main Toolbar (refer to the above screen) allows the user to customize the Results Viewer page.
Furthermore, it provides important data.
The “Filters drop-down menu” (refer to the above screen), filters the results according to customer
needs. It is possible to display the results after selecting among the following options: No Filter,
Status OK, Status KO, Torque status OK, Torque status KO, Angle status OK, Angle status KO.
The “Pset Filter” button (refer to the above screen), allows the user to filter the results according to the
test that made them.
After clicking on “Pset Filter” button, the following pop-up is shown:
Select/deselect
all the tests
Select manually
the tests
Search / filter
functions
Select the test to be reviewed and click on OK.
The “Progress bar” and the “Results found” options provide important data related to the results.
The “Progress bar” (refer to the above screen) is a graphical control element used to visualize the
progression of the results downloaded: when it is totally green, all the results are downloaded.
The “Results found” option (refer to the above screen) indicates the number of results either
performed (Online mode) or stored into the database (Offline mode).
The “Delete” button (refer to the above screen) discards the selected item(s).
NOTE: The “Delete” button is available ONLY working in Offline mode.
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The “Export” button (refer to the above screen) allows the user to save the results list in an Excel (.xlsx) file.
Manually select the result(s) to be saved. Then click on “Export” button; the following window is shown:
The File name is automatically assigned, even if it is editable according to customer needs. Select the
Destination Folder and click on Save.
The Excel file is automatically open:
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The Results Viewer page shows a group of records (organized in columns) that meet the search
criteria set by the customer.
The most important columns are summarized in the following table:
Pset number
The Pset number is defined in the Pset data.
Status
This is the global status of the test. It is OK when the result has
been detected according to the thresholds and limits specified, and
if the torque does not exceed the maximum transducer overload.
Torque Status
These fields indicate the result for the torque. If the result is within
the torque limits, the status is OK.
If the Check Type in the Pset parameters is set to Angle, the torque
status is marked as OK regardless the torque is inside or outside
the torque limits specified in the Pset.
If the torque goes over the maximum transducer overload the result
is marked as HIGH. With reference to the Result details field, an
overload result is marked with the “Overload detected” message.
Angle Status
These fields indicate the result for the angle. If the result is within
the angle limits the status is OK.
If the Check Type in the Pset parameters is set to Torque, the angle
status is marked as OK regardless the angle is inside or outside the
torque limits specified in the Pset.
Result number
Progressive number automatically assigned by the Delta Wrench to
every tightening result.
Min value: 1
Max value: 1000
When 1000 results are stored in the Delta Wrench memory, the new
results overwrite the oldest starting from result number 1.
Strategy
Type of test executed.
Torque peak
For Residual Torque/Angle and Residual Torque/Angle Automatic
strategies, it indicates the maximum torque reached during the test.
Torque result and Angle
results
Torque and angle values measured by the Delta Wrench.
Date / Time
Fields indicating the date and time of the tightening operation. Date
and time are taken from the date and time set on the Delta Wrench.
Batch status
If the batch size is zero, the Batch status is always OK.
If the batch size is one or more, the Batch status is OK when all the
Psets of the batch are OK.
Unit of Measurement
Unit of measurement.
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This field explains the reason for a Not OK test. For example the
following messages can be shown:
 Overload detected: during the tightening, a value higher than
the maximum transducer overload is reached
 Already tightened: during the tightening, the torque reaches the
Min. Torque value in an angle lower or equal to the Check
already tightened angle. To show this message, the Check
already tightened angle option must be enabled (see for
details the Options paragraph)
The last ninety-nine results can be also shown on the Delta Wrench display. Select Results in the
main menu of the Delta Wrench:
For each result, the following fields are shown:
 Pset name
 Result status (OK/NOK)
 Torque value
 Torque measurement unit
 Angle value (if available)
 Date / time
 Current batch index (if the Pset is a part of a batch)
By keeping pressed the UP or DOWN keys for at least one second, the results are scrolled with an
increasing speed. When a result row is selected, by keeping pressed the key for at least one second,
information of this results are scrolled with an increasing speed.
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CURVES VIEWER
Click on the Curves Viewer icon to retrieve the curve from the Delta Wrench or from the
database.
The Delta Wrench can store up to 25 curves (the maximum time length allowed per each curve is
equal to 30 seconds); when the memory is full, the new curves overwrite the oldest ones stored.
To view the curves stored on the Delta Wrench, connect the instrument to the DeltaQC and select the
Curves Viewer icon (refer to the screen below):
Curves Viewer icon
Delta Wrench
connected to the PC
Working in offline mode it is possible to display the curves downloaded from the Delta Wrench and
stored in the database (refer to the paragraph “Transfer online data to the database”).
An additional window is shown, to select up to 25 curves:
Select the curves
Curves Viewer
icon
Select Delta Wrench
as Device type
Offline mode
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View One Curve
Select the curve to display by clicking on the bar placed at the top of the following screen:
Toolbar
Refresh key
Delete key
Select among 25 curves
Last curve performed
Selected curve
When the Delta Wrench is connected with the DeltaQC Software (online mode), the last curve
performed can be recognized due to the “(LAST)” placed close to the curve number.
The Refresh key (place on the left upper corner of the above screen) refreshes the window in case a
new curve is available.
When the Delta Wrench is not connected with the DeltaQC Software (offline mode), the Delete key
(placed on the right upper corner of the above screen) is available.
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In the Curve Type, Limits and Results areas it is possible to select what to display on the graph:
Select what to view on the graph
Torque max.
Result
Torque
curve
Torque min.
NOTE: The Torque peak option (placed in Results area) is available only for Residual
Torque/Angle and Residual Torque/Angle Automatic strategies.
It is possible to select the Torque curve, Angle curve, Torque/Angle curve or both Torque and Angle
curve on the same graph.
If limits and results are enabled, they are shown in the graph.
The Result indicates (on the curve) the point where it is taken. If the result is Not OK, it will be
marked with a red X (refer to the example below):
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To zoom in on a section of the curve, simply select the desired area with the mouse:
Select the area to zoom in
Right-click to navigate in
the zoom curve
While zoom in, to navigate the graph right-click on the curve and move the mouse pointer on the
graph.
To zoom out to the whole curve, press the left button of the mouse, move the cursor up/leftward, and
release the left button:
2. Move up/leftward and
release the left button
1. Click anywhere in the curve area
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The curve parameters are shown on the left side:
Curve parameters
To evaluate the curve in details, click on Show cursor to activate the cursor on the graph:
Show / Hide Cursor
Curve data at the
cursor position
Cursor
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Export a Curve
The following useful keys are available in the toolbar:
This key exports the curve values in an Excel file.
This key creates a Report:
Toolbar
Scroll the Report
for further details
Report
The Report can be printer or exported into either Excel or PDF file by means
of the icons placed in the report toolbar.
This key creates a .jpg file of the curve:
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Curves Comparison
This feature overlaps the curves for a comparison of the tightening operations.
Click on Compare icon to open the “comparison screen”:
Curve type
Select the curves
to be compared
Curves parameters
Select the curves to be compared on the left side of the above screen (refer to the Curves list).
Select the type of graph (Torque/Time, Angle/Time, or Torque/Angle) by means of the Curve Type
drop-down menu.
All the parameters and results of the curves can be displayed in the Curves parameters section.
Click on the + or – icons to expand or collapse the nodes.
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WLAN COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL
The Delta Wrench can be ordered with the WLAN radio module. The WLAN radio module allows the
communication with a remote device. The remote device, for example, can get information about the
Delta Wrench status, or start/stop a Pset.
Remote
device
WLAN radio
module
Access
point
Network
NOTE: For further details about the protocol and the commands available to exchange data
to/from the Delta Wrench, refer to the document Delta Wrench WLAN Protocol.
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The WLAN radio module must be configured by the DeltaQC. Connect the Delta Wrench to the
DeltaQC and select the Controller → WLAN settings menu:
The following window is shown:
Enable/disable the
WLAN radio module
WLAN radio
module
information
At the end of data entry,
store the data inserted by
clicking on Store key
Set the Status to Enabled to activate the WLAN radio module.
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Select the Parameters page to set the WLAN radio module parameters:
TCP Server option
TCP Client option
At the end of data entry,
store the data inserted by
clicking on Store key
At the end of data entry,
store the data inserted by
clicking on Store key
SSID
Enter the SSID name of the own wireless network.
WLAN mode
Access Point is selected.
Host name
Specify the name of the Delta Wrench; if there are more than one Delta
Wrench the names must be different.
Internet protocol Select Enabled DHCP if the network works with the DHCP protocol: the
(TCP/IP)
Internet protocol configuration is set automatically.
On the other hand, it is possible to set manually the Internet Protocol
configuration by disabling the DHCP.
Port number
Specify the port number of the remote device that interfaces with the Delta
Wrench.
NOTE: The Port number has to be set both if the user selects TCP
Server option and if the user selects TCP Client option.
IP address
(remote device)
Specify the IP address of the remote device that interfaces with the Delta
Wrench.
NOTE: The IP address (remote device) has to be set ONLY if the
user selects TCP Client option.
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Select the Security page to set the WLAN radio module security type (Base settings) and to change
the Advanced settings:
It shows the PSK Key
Security type
Select the same security type as the own wireless network.
According to the option chosen, set the key/user name/password in the
fields enabled below.
For the options EAP-TLS WEP128, EAP-TLS TKIP and EAP-TLS AES
the procedure is as explained below.
For instance, by clicking on EAP-TLS WEP128 the following screen is
shown:
Upload both the Certificate file and Key file in the respective fields
enabled above.
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For example, for Certificate file field, once clicking on Browse, select
clientBlm.cert.der in the relative folder. Then click on Add.
1.
Select the file
2. Click on Open
3. Click on Add
Repeat the same procedure for Key file field. Then, after clicking on
Browse, select clientBlm.key.der in the relative folder. Then click on
Add.
1. Select the file
2. Click on Open
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Click on Add
Once both the Certificate file and Key file are upload, specify the
Domain/User (in the following example, ClientBLM1). Then, click on OK.
1. Specify the Domain/User
2. Click on OK
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Finally, store the data inserted by clicking on Store key (refer to the
screen below):
Click on Store
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At the end of data entry, store the data
inserted by clicking on Store key
Data rate
Select the data rate. A slower value may help when the communication
is not high-performance.
Power mode
The Sleep mode is recommended for lower power consumption.
Roaming threshold
Select the threshold under which the Delta Wrench will search for a new
access point to connect through.
Multi channels
Once the regulatory domain has been chosen (2.4 and/or 5 GHz), click
on Channels to view/change the channels selected by default:
The available channels depend from the regulatory domain selected.
Select the channel(s) and click on OK to confirm.
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WORKING WITH OPEN PROTOCOL
NOTE: Delta Wrench minimum firmware version: 2.3a
Delta Wrench
Delta QC
Remote PC
WLAN
Access Point
The Open Protocol allows a remote device to interface with the Delta Wrench by means of custommade applications.
In this scenario, the Delta Wrench is connected with a remote PC via WLAN, through the Open
Protocol.
The following MIDs (Message Identification) are compatible:
MID
Description
Revision ranges
1
Communication start
0÷5
2
Communication start acknowledge
0÷5
3
Communication stop
0÷1
4
Command error
0÷1
5
Command accepted
0÷1
10
Pset ID upload request
0÷2
11
Pset ID upload reply
0÷2
12
Pset data upload request
0÷2
13
Pset data upload reply
0÷2
14
Pset selected subscribe
0÷2
15
Pset selected
0÷2
16
Pset selected acknowledge
0÷1
17
Pset selected unsubscribe
0÷1
18
Select Pset
0÷1
19
Set Pset batch size
0÷1
20
Reset Pset batch counter
0÷1
40
Tool data upload request
0÷5
41
Tool data upload reply
0÷5
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Disable tool
0÷1
43
Enable tool
0÷1
60
Last tightening result data subscribe
0÷7
61
Last tightening result data
0÷7
62
Last tightening result data acknowledge
0÷7
63
Last tightening result data unsubscribe
0÷7
64
Old tightening result upload request
0÷6
65
Old tightening result upload reply
0÷6
70
Alarm subscribe
0÷ 2
71
Alarm
0÷2
72
Alarm acknowledge
0÷2
73
Alarm unsubscribe
0÷2
74
Alarm acknowledged on controller
0÷2
75
Alarm acknowledged on controller acknowledge
0÷1
76
Alarm status
0÷1
77
Alarm status acknowledge
0÷2
78
Acknowledge alarm remotely on controller
0÷2
80
Read time upload request
0÷1
81
Read time upload reply
0÷1
82
Set time
0÷1
7408 *
Last tightening curve data subscribe
0÷1
7409 *
Last tightening curve data unsubscribe
0÷1
7410 *
Last tightening curve data
0÷1
7411 *
Last tightening curve data acknowledge
0÷1
7420 *
Information data subscribe
0÷1
7421 *
Information data change event
0÷1
7422 *
Information data change acknowledge
0÷1
7423 *
Information data change unsubscribe
0÷1
7424 *
Information data request
0÷1
7425 *
Information data reply
0÷1
7500 *
Last trace data subscribe
0÷1
7501 *
Last trace data acknowledge
0÷1
7502 *
Last trace data acknowledge
0÷1
7503 *
Last trace data unsubscribe
0÷1
Keep alive message
0÷1
9999
*
Description
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For further details about the marked MIDs, refer to the “Desoutter Open Protocol Manual”
(Part number 6159275850).
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The supported alarms (with the relative codes) are as follows:
ALARM
CODE
SUPPORTED ALARM
DESCRIPTION
1
OP_GYRO_REQUIRED_
ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if an angle control strategy is
performed with the “Delta Wrench ONLY Torque model”.
2
OP_CELL_CALIBRATION_
ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if the transducer has not
performed the torque calibration.
3
OP_CELL_ZERO_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if a zero torque error is verified.
4
OP_GYRO_CALIBRATION
_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if the gyro is not calibrated.
5
OP_GYRO_ZERO_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if a zero gyro error is verified.
6
OP_CELL_AND_GYRO_
CALIB_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if both the torque and the gyro
of the transducer are not calibrated.
7
OP_CELL_AND_GYRO_
ZERO_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if both a zero torque error and a
zero gyro error is verified.
8
OP_TORQUE_OVERLOAD
_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if, during tightening, a torque
higher than the overload torque is applied.
9
OP_GYRO_OVERSPEED_
ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if the tightening is too quick,
exceeding the maximum angle speed.
10
OP_REHIT_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if the screw is already tighten
during tightening (it is available ONLY IF the “Check
already tightened angle” option is flagged into Pset
parameter of Production control strategies – for further
details refer to the paragraph “Pset - Options”).
11
OP_CHANGE_SCREW_
ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if, during tightening, a torque
higher than the change screw (set into the Torque
parameter – for further details refer to the paragraph
“Torque parameters”) is applied.
12
OP_MINLOAD_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if, during tightening, the cycle
start is lower than the minimum load transducer.
13
OP_CAPACITY_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if, during tightening, the change
screw is higher than the transducer capacity.
14
OP_MEMORY_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if an access error into the
memory of the Delta Wrench is verified.
15
OP_BATTERY_LOW_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if battery level is lower than
15%.
16
OP_TAG_REQUIRED_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if tag required option (for further
details about this option, refer to the paragraph “Tag
required”) is enabled and the Pset is started without the
relative tag inserted into the Delta Wrench.
17
OP_WRENCH_LOCK_ERR
→
This alarm alerts the user if the Delta Wrench is locked
(for further details about this error, refer to the paragraph
“WLAN/Open Protocol: number of results before wrench
lock”).
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The WLAN module must be properly configured.
Connect the Delta Wrench by means of the USB cable to the PC where DeltaQC software is installed.
Start the DeltaQC software; then click on the “Connect” icon.
After clicking on “Controller” icon, select “Open Protocol settings” item in the combo box shown (refer
to the picture below):
Controller icon
In the Connection Info page, enable the Status by clicking on the relative key (refer to the screen
below); if the Status is not enabled, the Delta Wrench cannot work with Open Protocol even if the
WLAN module is properly configured.
At the end of data entry,
store the data inserted
by clicking on Store key
Radio Information
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In the Parameters page, insert the network parameters in order to establish the connection between
the Delta Wrench and the Open Protocol:
At the end of data entry,
store the data inserted
by clicking on Store key
SSID
Enter the SSID name of the own wireless network.
WLAN mode
Access Point is selected.
Host name
Specify the name of the Delta Wrench; if there are more than one Delta
Wrench the names must be different.
Port number
Specify the port number of the Delta Wrench that the remote device must use
to link with.
Internet protocol Select Enabled DHCP if the network works with the DHCP protocol: the
(TCP/IP)
Internet protocol configuration is set automatically.
On the other hand, it is possible to set manually the Internet Protocol
configuration by disabling the DHCP.
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Select the Security page to set the Open Protocol radio module security type (Base settings) and to
change the Advanced settings:
It shows the PSK Key
Security type
Select the same security type as the own wireless network.
According to the option chosen, set the key/user name/password in the
fields enabled below.
For the options EAP-TLS WEP128, EAP-TLS TKIP and EAP-TLS AES
the procedure is as explained below.
For instance, by clicking on EAP-TLS WEP128 the following screen is
shown:
Upload both the Certificate file and Key file in the respective fields
enabled above.
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For example, for Certificate file field, once clicking on Browse, select
clientBlm.cert.der in the relative folder. Then click on Add.
1. Select the file
2. Click on Open
3. Click on Add
Repeat the same procedure for Key file field. Then, after clicking on
Browse, select clientBlm.key.der in the relative folder. Then click on
Add.
1. Select the file
2. Click on Open
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3. Click on Add
Once both the Certificate file and Key file are upload, specify the
Domain/User (in the following example, ClientBLM1). Then, click on OK.
1. Specify the Domain/User
2. Click on OK
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Finally, store the data inserted by clicking on Store key (refer to the
screen below):
Click on Store
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At the end of data entry,
store the data inserted
by clicking on Store key
Data rate
Select the data rate. A slower value may help when the communication
is not high-performance.
Power mode
The Sleep mode is recommended for lower power consumption.
Roaming threshold
Select the threshold under which the Delta Wrench will search for a new
access point to connect through.
Multi channels
Once the regulatory domain has been chosen (2.4 and/or 5 GHz), click
on Channels to view/change the channels selected by default:
The available channels depend from the regulatory domain selected.
Select the channel(s) and click on OK to confirm.
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MAINTENANCE
14.1
Yearly Calibration
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The Delta Wrench needs to be recalibrated once a year. Contact the customer center for calibration.
14.2
Cleaning
Keep the Delta Wrench clean.
It is very important to keep clean from any object the area between the Delta Wrench body and
transducer shown in the following figure. If not, the transducer may not operate properly, and thus the
torque reading may be altered.
Transducer
Keep clean
this area
Body
After use, remove any curves of oil, grease and dust from the Delta Wrench, especially from the
display, the keyboard, and the connectors.
Avoid using harsh detergents to clean the Delta Wrench.
14.3
Battery Pack Maintenance
Keep batteries in a good working order.
Avoid fully discharging the battery. During normal use, recharge the battery when it is low.
For long term storage (as in the case of spare batteries), cells should be kept within a range of a 30%
± 15% charge. Follow these important rules:

Store the battery in a dry place not exceeding 30° C

Recharge the battery for one hour every six months
After long-term storage, fully recharge the battery before use.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Below is a quick Troubleshooting Guide for the Delta Wrench.
If a problem is shown, before taking any action (replacing parts or contacting customer support), be
sure to check that the Delta Wrench is being used properly; improper operation can cause defeats
even if the system is in good working order.
In case of issues, the log file can provide information about the problem (refer to the paragraph “Delta
Wrench LOG Viewer” for further details).
Symptom
Cannot enter the test menu
Possible cause
Solution
- Transducer not connected
- Contact Desoutter Service Personnel
Cannot connect the DeltaQC - Cable disconnected and - Before clicking on the Connect icon,
to the Delta Wrench
Delta Wrench not found
ensure that the USB is selected.
Click on “Scan” on the DeltaQC to
search the Delta Wrench connected
“Min Load Error” is shown - Pset data not matching the - Check the Pset data; all the
on the Delta Wrench display
Delta Wrench data
parameters must be greater than the
when starting a test
minimum load
“Capacity error” is shown on - Pset data not matching the - Check the Pset data; all the
the Delta Wrench display
Delta Wrench data
parameters must be lower than the
when starting a test
Delta Wrench capacity
“Overload error” is shown on - The Delta Wrench has - The message is shown each time the
the Delta Wrench display
been overloaded over the
Delta Wrench is switched on: to reset
maximum value
the overload condition, the Delta
Wrench must be recalibrated
“Error Zeroing Torque” is - Delta Wrench powered on - Switch off the Delta Wrench; then
shown on the Delta Wrench
with a load applied
switch on the Delta Wrench again,
display at the power on
without applying any torque
“Error Zeroing Gyro” is - Delta Wrench has been - Switch off the Delta Wrench; then
shown on the Delta Wrench
moved during the power
switch on the Delta Wrench again,
display at the power on
on phase
leaving it in a fixed position during
the power on phase
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Delta Wrench Diagnostic
The diagnostic menu makes a check of the Delta Wrench hardware.
Select Diagnostic from the Settings menu to start the diagnostic procedure:
The diagnostic procedure leads the user to examine the hardware of the Delta Wrench.
The diagnostic procedure is interactive: simply follow the instructions given on the Delta Wrench
display to complete the diagnostic. In case a test gives a Not OK result during the test, it means that
the related component needs to be repaired or replaced.
NOTE: If the test on some buttons of the Delta Wrench keyboard gives Not OK result, all the
following tests requiring the operator to use that button to confirm the test result will not be
performed, and will be marked as N.A. (Not Applicable).
The last ten diagnostic reports are in the Delta Wrench memory. It is possible to retrieve each
diagnostic report with the DeltaQC software.
Connect the Delta Wrench to the DeltaQC and select the Controller → Diagnostic menu:
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The following screen appears:
Diagnostic Report
Select a report
NOTE: In case of Delta Wrench models with Buzzer, the diagnostic item “Sound” is marked
as OK/NOK (depending on the related test result) while the diagnostic item “Vibration” is
marked as N.A. (Not Applicable).
In case of Delta Wrench models with Vibration (TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS WITH VIBRO
and TORQUE/ANGLE MODELS WITH VIBRO AND WLAN RADIO MODULE), the diagnostic
item “Vibration” is marked as OK/NOK (depending on the related test result) while the
diagnostic item “Sound” is marked as N.A. (Not Applicable) (see the diagnostic report above).
Each report is marked (in the left column) either in green (if all of the tests are OK or not applicable) or
in red (if at least one test gives a Not OK (NOK) result).
The last report is marked as LAST.
The toolbar in the upper area of the Diagnostic Report provides functions to print the report or export
it to Excel or PDF file.
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APPENDIX A – CALCULATING CORRECTION
COEFFICIENTS FOR EXTENSIONS
When the joint design or space limitations preclude use of standard sockets / tools, it may be
necessary to use special extension spanners to fit the application.
In these cases the Delta Wrench measure must be adequately compensated because the factory
calibration is made for the standard arm (L) and the extension arm (E) increases the measured
torque. The angle measure is also affected by the extensions, due to its specific torsion when the
torque is applied.
16.1
Torque Correction Coefficient
T
D
L
E
L+E
T
D
L
=
=
=
E
=
L+E =
applied torque
displayed torque
standard arm (from mid point of the hanlde to the
center point of end fitting tool)
extension arm
total arm
From the relation between the displayed and applied torque T 
D  L  E 
, the torque correction
L
coefficient is given by the following formula:
Torque correction coefficient =
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Angle Correction Coefficient
When an extension is used, the angle correction coefficient allows linear compensation of extension
torsion due to the torque applied. The value is expressed in degrees at the Delta Wrench capacity.
To calculate the proper angle correction coefficient, the torque coefficient of the extension must be
already calculated (as described above) and specified in the Pset used for calculating the angle
correction coefficient.
Thus, follow the procedure below:
1. Create a Pset with the following parameters:
- Control strategy: Torque & Angle
- Torque correction coefficient: 1
- Target torque: 80% of the Delta Wrench capacity
- Cycle start and Angle threshold: 10% of Delta Wrench capacity
- Minimum angle: 0
- Target angle: 15
- Maximum angle: 30
- Check already tightening angle: Disabled
For instance, it could be a proper Pset for a Delta Wrench with 30 Nm capacity:
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2. Execute the Pset:
3. Apply the target torque specified in the Pset, operating the Delta Wrench on a vise (or on static
transducer):
WARNING: Since for this test the Torque Correction Coefficient is set to 1, the torque applied
to the vise is higher than the torque shown on the display. The vise must support at least the
maximum torque of the Pset multiplied by the Torque Correction Coefficient calculated above.
4. The angle displayed is the bending of the extension applied to the torque shown on the display.
Therefore, the Angle Correction Coefficient is equal to the following formula:
Angle Correction Coefficient =
Delta Wrench Capacity
x Angle measured
Torque measured – Angle threshold
The Delta Wrench Capacity is the Max torque shown in the DeltaQC transducer information:
Max torque
In the example of the figure above, the Angle Correction Coefficient is: (34.93 / (24.3 - 3)) x 2.6 = 4.26.
NOTE: After storing the Angle Correction Coefficient, in order to verify the correct
operation of the angle coefficient, it is NOT possible to use the demo mode, since the
demo mode does not consider the correction coefficients. Therefore, for a verification
test, a Pset must be used.
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Correction Formulas
During the tightening, the torque and angle measured by the transducers are corrected to obtain the
real torque and angle values that are displayed on the Delta Wrench and used in the tightening
curves and results.
The correction formulas are as follows:
Torque displayed = Torque measured x Torque Correction Coefficient
Angle displayed =
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Delta Wrench Capacity – Torque Correction Coefficient
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APPENDIX B – DELTA WRENCH FACTORY
SETTINGS
17
The following table details the Delta Wrench factory configuration:
GENERAL
Name
Language
Result confirmation option
→
→
→
This field is left blank as factory settings
English
Never
SETTINGS
Batches increment condition
Batches running mode
Gyroscope overspeed
Source type
Tag required
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→
→
→
→
→
OK
Reset mode
Enable
Keyboard
Disable
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ABBREVIATIONS
Abbreviation
Description
Abbreviation
Description
A
Ampere
Max
Maximum
AC
Alternating current
Min
Minimum
Avg
Average
ms
millisecond
CCW
Counterclockwise
n
Numbers (of values)
CW
Clockwise
N.A.
Not Applicable
dBm
Decibel referred to milliwatt
Nm
Newton meter
DC
Direct current
Nr.
Number
DRT
Digital rotary transducer
OK
Approved (test)
DST
Digital static transducer
NOK
Not approved (test)
EMC
Electromagnetic Compatibility
PC
Personal Computer
EMI
Electromagnetic Interference
Std
Standard deviation
ESC
Exit
SW
Software
FSD
Full scale deflection
USB
Universal Serial Bus
ID
Identification
V
Volt
IP
Internet Protocol
VIN
Vehicle Identification Number
LED
Light-Emitting Diode
WEEE
Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment
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(Fr) DECLARATION DE CONFORMITE
(3) Technical file available from EU headquarter.
(Fr) Dossier technique disponible auprès du siège social
(2) We:
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Ets Georges Renault
38 rue Bobby Sands
44818 Saint Herblain – FR
(4)
(5)
Pascal Roussy, R&D Manager
Ets Georges Renault
38 rue Bobby Sands – BP 10273
44818 Saint Herblain – France
Delta Wrench
Declare that the product(s):
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Machine type(s):
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Delta Wrench
Model
(Modèle)
Part Number
(Référence)
Serial Number
(N° série)
ANY
ANY
ANY
(6)
Origin of the product: Italy
(Fr) Origine du produit
(7)
Is in conformity with the requirements of the council Directives on the approximation of the laws
of the Member States relating:
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états membres relatives:
(8)
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(Fr) aux “Risque de substances dangereuses (ROHS)” 2011/65/EC (21/07/2011)
(9)
To "Electromagnetic Compatibility" 2004/108/EC (15/12/2004)
(Fr) aux “Compatibilité électro-magnétique” 2004/108/EC (15/12/2004)
(10) To " Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE) " 1999/05/EC (09/03/1999)
(Fr) aux “Équipements radio et équipements terminaux de telecommunication (R&TTE)” 1999/05/EC (09/03/1999)
(11) Applicable harmonised standard(s):
(Fr) Norme(s) harmonisée(s) applicable(s):
Safety Requirements for Electrical
Equipment for Measurement, Control
and Laboratory Use – Part 1: General
Requirements
EN 61010-1:2010
→
EN 61326-1:2013
→ Measurement, Control and Laboratory
Electrical
(12) NAME and POSITION of issuer:
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Pascal ROUSSY
(R&D Manager)
Date: 12/11/2017
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2004/108/EG (15/12/04) - (10) für “Niederspannung” 2006/95/EG (12/12/06) - entspricht (entsprechen). - (11) geltende harmonisierte
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Consiglio, sulle legislazioni degli Stati membri relative: - (8) alle “restrizioni dell’uso di sostanze pericolose (ROHS)” 2011/65/CE
(21/07/11) - (9) alla “compatibilità elettromagnetica” 2004/108/CE (15/12/04) - (10) alle “apparecchiature radio e terminali
telecomunicazioni (R&TTE)” 1999/05/CE (09/03/99) - (11) norma(e) armonizzata(e) applicabile(i): - (12) NOME e FUNZIONE del
dichiarante: - (13) Data:
ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ (GREEK) (1) _ΗΛ ΣΗ ΠΙΣΤΟΤΗΤΑΣ ΕΚ – (2) Η εταιρεία : DESOUTTER – (3) Τεχνικός φάκελος διαθέσιμος - (4) δηλώνει
υπεύθυνα ότι το(τα) προϊόν(-ντα): – (5) τύπου(-ων): – (6) Προέλευση προϊόντος - (7) είναι σύμφωνο(-α) προς τις απαιτήσεις της Οδηγίας
του Συμβουλίου που αφορά την προσέγγιση των νομοθεσιών των κρατών μελών τις οχετικές με: – (8) τα “μηχανήματα” 2006/42/EOK
(17/05/06) – (9) την “ηλεκτρομαγνητική συμβατότητα” 2004/108/EOK (15/12/04) – (10) τη “χαμηλή τάση” 2006/95/EOK (12/12/06) –
(11) εφαρμοστέο(-α) εναρμονισμένο(-α) πρότυπο(-α): – (12) ΟΝΟΜΑ και ΑΡΜΟ(ΙΟΤΗΤΑ του δηλούντος: – (13) Ημερομηνία:
ČESKY (CZECH) (1) PROHLÁŠENÍ O SOULADU S PŘEDPISY ES - (2) My, firma DESOUTTER – (3) Technický soubor, dostupný - (4)
prohlašujeme, že výrobek (výrobky): – (5) typ přístroje (přístrojů): – (6) Původ výrobku - (7) je v souladu s požadavky směrnic Rady EU o
aproximaci práva členských států EU, a to v těchto oblastech: – (8) „přístroje“ 2006/42/EC (17/05/06) – (9) „Elektromagnetická
kompatibilita“ 2004/108/EC (15/12/04) – (10) „Nízké napětí“ 2006/95/EC (12/12/06) – (11) relevantní harmonizované normy: – (12)
Jméno a funkce osoby, která prohlášení vystavila – (13) Datum:
MAGYAR (HUNGARIAN) (1) CE MEGFELELİSÉGI NYILATKOZAT - (2) Mi, az: DESOUTTER - (3) kijelentjük, hogy a termék(ek) - (4)
géptípus(ok): - hogy a termék(ek): - (5) géptípus(ok): - (6) A mőszaki leírás az EU-s - (7) megfelel(nek) a tagországok törvényeiben
megfogalmazott, alábbiakban szereplı tanácsi Irányelvek követelményeinek: - (8) “Gépek, berendezések” 2006/42/EC (17/05/06) - (9)
“Elektromágneses kompatibilitás” 2004/108/EC (15/12/04) - (10) “Alacsony feszültségő szabványok” 2006/95/EC (12/12/06) - (11)
alkalmazható harmonizált szabvány(ok): - (12) Kibocsátó neve és adatai: - (13) Dátum:
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(Fr) DECLARATION DE CONFORMITE
LIETUVIŠKAI (LITHUANIAN) (1) EB ATITIKTIES DEKLARACIJA - (2) Mes: DESOUTTER - (3) Techninius duomenis galite - (4)
pareiškiame, kad gaminys(-iai): - (5) mašinos tipas(-ai): - (6) Produkto kilmė - (7) atitinka Europos Tarybos Direktyvų reikalavimus dėl
valstybių narių įstatymų, susijusių: - (8) su „mašinomis" 2006/42/EB (17/05/06) - (9) su „Elektromagnetiniu suderinamumu"
2004/108/EB (15/12/04) - (10) su „Žema įtampa" 2006/95/EB (12/12/06), suderinimo - (11) taikomi harmonizuoti standartai: - (12)
Išdavusio asmens pavardė ir pareigos: - (13) Data:
SLOVENŠČINA (SLOVENIAN) (1) IZJAVA ES O SKLADNOSTI - (2) Mi: DESOUTTER - (3) Tehnična kartoteka je na voljo - (4) izjavljamo,
da je izdelek (oziroma izdelki): - (5) vrsta stroja (oziroma vrste): - (6) Izvor izdelka - (7) v skladu z zahtevami direktiv Sveta Evrope o
približevanju zakonodaje držav članic glede: - (8) "strojev" 2006/42/ES (17/05/06) - (9) “Elektromagnetne združljivosti” 2004/108/ES
(15/12/04) - (10) “Nizke napetosti” 2006/95/ES (12/12/06) - (11) veljavnih harmoniziranih standardov: - (12) Ime in funkcija izdajatelja (13) Datum:
POLSKI (POLISH) (1) UE –DEKLARACJA ZGODNOŚCI - (2) My, firma DESOUTTER - (3) Plik techniczny jest dostępny w - (4)
oświadczamy, ze produkt (produkty): - (5) urządzenie typu (typów): - (6) Pochodzenie produktu - (7) jest (są) zgodne z wymogami
Dyrektywy Rady, odpowiadajacej ustawodawstwu krajów członkowskich i dotyczącej: - (8) “maszyn i urządzeń" 2006/42/UE (17/05/06) (9) “Zgodności elektromagnetycznej” 2004/108/UE (15/12/04) - (10) “niskich napięć” 2006/95/UE (12/12/06) - (11) stosowanych norm,
wzajemnie zgodnych: - (12) Nazwisko i stanowisko wydajacego deklarację: - (13) Data:
SLOVENSKY (SLOVAK) (1) DEKLARÁCIA ER O SÚHLASE - (2) My: DESOUTTER - (3) Technický súbor k dispozícii z - (4)
prehlasujeme, že výrobok (y): - (5) strojový typ(y): - (6) Pôvod produktu alebo výrobku - (7) zodpovedá požiadavkom Smerníc rady, týkajcich
sa aproximácie zákonov členských štátov, pre: - (8) “strojné zariadenia” 2006/42/EC (17/05/06) - (9) po “Elektromagnetickú
kompatibilitu” 2004/108/EC (15/12/04) - (10) po “Nízke napätie” 2006/95/EC (12/12/06) - (11) zodpovedajúce harmonizačné normy: (12) Meno a funkcia vystavovateľa dokladu: - (13) Dátum:
LATVISKI (LATVIAN) (1) EK ATBILSTĪBAS DEKLARĀCIJA - (2) Mēs, kompānija DESOUTTER - (3) Tehniskais fails pieejams ES - (4)
deklarējam, ka šis (-ie) izstrādājums (-i): - (5) ierīces tips (-i): - (6) Izstrādājuma izcelsme - (7) atbilst Padomes Direktīvu prasībām par
dalībvalstu likumu piemērošanu, kas attiecas uz: - (8) “mehānismiem” 2006/42/EK (17/05/06) - (9) “elektromagnētisko savietojamību”
2004/108/EK (15/12/04) - (10) “zemspriegumu” 2006/95/EK (12/12/06) - (11) spēkā esošajam (-iem) saskaĦotajam (-iem) standartam (iem): - (12) Pieteicēja vārds un amats: - (13) Datums:
中文 (CHINESE) (1) EC 一致性声明 - (2) 我们:DESOUTTER - (3) 技术参数资料可以从EU总部获得。 - (4) 声明其产品: - (5) 机器类型: - (6)
产品原产地 - (7) 符合会员国立法会议“ 决定” 的相关要求: - (8) “机械” 2006/42/EC (17/05/06) - (9) “电磁相容性” 2004/108/EC (15/12/04) (10) “低电压” 2006/95/EC (12/12/06) - (11) 适用协调标准: - (12) 发行者名称和地点: - (13) 日期:
РУССКИЙ (RUSSIAN) (1) ДЕКЛАРАЦИЯ СООТВЕТСТВИЯ - (2) Мы: DESOUTTER - (3) Технический файл можно - (4) зявляем, что
продукция: - (5) тип оборудования: - (6) Происхождение продукта - (7) соответствует требованиям директивы европейского совета
относительно законодательств стран-участниц по: - (8) “Машинному оборудованию” 2006/42/EC (17/05/06) - (9) по
“Электромагнитной совместимости” 2004/108/EC (15/12/04) - (10) по “Низкому напряжению” 2006/95/EC (12/12/06) - (11)
применяемые согласованные нормы: - (12) Фамилия и должность составителя: - (13) Дата:
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