MAK 3003
TIGER
Configuration
Software version 2.18.10
SAK 120202
BARTEC BENKE GmbH y Schulstraße 30 y D-94239 Gotteszell y Phone +49(0)9929)-301-0 y Telefax +49(0)9929)-301-112
E-Mail: gotteszell@bartec-benke.de y Internet: www.bartec-benke.de
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Table of Contents
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1 Safety Precautions_________________________________ 5 2 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.2.5 2.2.6 2.2.6.1 2.2.6.2 Basics ___________________________________________ 7 Compact Controller _________________________________ 7 Keypad___________________________________________ 7 Display ___________________________________________ 7 Operating Concept __________________________________ 8 Software Interface __________________________________ 8 Info line __________________________________________ 8 Softkeys __________________________________________ 8 Hidden softkeys ____________________________________ 9 Event display _____________________________________ 10 Operating the menus _______________________________ 11 Opening the menu _________________________________ 11 Editing parameters _________________________________ 14 Numerical entries __________________________________ 14 Alphanumeric entries _______________________________ 15 Shift key _________________________________________ 15 Special characters _________________________________ 15 Selection lists _____________________________________ 16 Alternatives ______________________________________ 16 3 3.1 3.2 Main menu ______________________________________
Transfer data _____________________________________
Browse long-term memory ___________________________
Single data _______________________________________
Tour data ________________________________________
Password protection _______________________________
Password level ____________________________________
No password _____________________________________
Driver password ___________________________________
User password ____________________________________
Service password _________________________________
Calibration switch __________________________________
Password entry ___________________________________
Databases _______________________________________
Location info database ______________________________
Sucking optimization _______________________________
Delete records ____________________________________
Search records ___________________________________
Database configuration _____________________________
Database format __________________________________
Dairy data separation _______________________________
Dairy configuration _________________________________
Delete data ______________________________________
Configuration _____________________________________
Main configuration _________________________________
Process Controlling ________________________________
Pumping settings __________________________________
Type TIGER ______________________________________
Type LYNX ______________________________________
Type HLW _______________________________________
Type abo-MAGYAR ________________________________
3.3 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.4 3.4.1 3.4.2 3.4.3 3.4.4 3.5 3.5.1 3.5.2 3.5.2.1 17 17 18 18 19 20 20 21 21 21 21 21 24 26 26 27 28 29 30 31 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37 39 41 42
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3.5.2.2 3.5.2.3 3.5.2.4 3.5.2.5 3.5.2.6 3.5.2.7 3.5.2.8 3.5.2.9 3.5.3 3.5.4 3.5.4.1 3.5.4.2 3.5.4.3 3.5.5 3.5.5.1 3.5.5.2 3.5.5.3 3.5.5.4 3.5.5.5 3.5.5.6 3.5.5.7 3.5.5.8 3.5.5.9 3.5.5.10 3.5.5.11 3.5.6 3.5.7 3.5.7.1 3.5.7.2 3.5.7.3 3.5.7.4 Cleaning settings___________________________________ 43 Type TIGER ______________________________________ 43 Type LYNX _______________________________________ 44 Type HLW ________________________________________ 44 Type abo-MAGYAR ________________________________ 45 Milk temperature limits ______________________________ 46 Vakuum Test 1 ____________________________________ 47 Vakuum Test 2 ____________________________________ 47 Pump over unmeasured _____________________________ 48 Tank segment capacity ______________________________ 49 Tank segment order ________________________________ 50 Tank segment quality _______________________________ 51 Sensors/Actors ____________________________________ 52 Diagnosis ________________________________________ 53 Inputs/Outputs _____________________________________ 54 Outputs in the MAK TIGER system _____________________ 54 Inputs in the MAK TIGER system ______________________ 55 Compact Controller _________________________________ 56 Diagnosis ________________________________________ 56 Ultrasampler controller ______________________________ 57 Diagnosis ________________________________________ 57 I/O-Box 6753 ______________________________________ 58 Diagnosis ________________________________________ 58 Sampling settings __________________________________ 59 Installed hardware __________________________________ 59 Sampling main parameters ___________________________ 61 Sampler 1 ________________________________________ 63 Sampler 2 ________________________________________ 63 Bottle drive _______________________________________ 64 Bottle drive 6774-10 ________________________________ 64 Bottle drive ABO 20_________________________________ 65 Bottle drive Monotrans ______________________________ 65 Bottle drive Bartec Mini ______________________________ 66 Semi-automatic lifting device _________________________ 66 CP 200 __________________________________________ 67 ABO MAGYAR ____________________________________ 67 Flow level meter ___________________________________ 68 Barcode reader ____________________________________ 68 Sampling cabinet temperature watching _________________ 69 Cooling unit _______________________________________ 69 Diagnosis ________________________________________ 70 Firmware Update___________________________________ 71 Power supply______________________________________ 71 Diagnosis ________________________________________ 72 Peripheral hardware ________________________________ 73 Flow meter _______________________________________ 73 GPS receiver ______________________________________ 74 Printer ___________________________________________ 75 Epson TMU295 ____________________________________ 75 Epson TM88 ______________________________________ 76 Screen ___________________________________________ 77 Contrast _________________________________________ 77 x/y Calibration _____________________________________ 78 Candle power _____________________________________ 79 Set blink on/off ____________________________________ 80 Calibrate HMI 1/2 __________________________________ 80
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3.5.7.5 3.5.7.6 3.5.7.7 3.5.7.8 3.5.7.9 3.5.7.10 3.5.7.11 3.5.7.12 3.5.7.13 3.5.8 3.5.8.1 3.5.8.2 3.5.8.3 3.5.8.4 3.5.9 3.5.9.1 3.5.9.2 3.5.9.3 3.5.10 3.5.10.1 3.5.10.2 3.5.10.3 3.6 3.6.1 3.6.2 3.6.3 3.6.4 3.6.5 3.6.6 3.6.7 3.6.8 3.6.9 3.6.10 3.6.11 3.7 3.8 3.8.1 3.8.2 3.8.3 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.3.1 4.3.2 Tour puls sample __________________________________ 81 Belgium Sample ___________________________________ 82 WAVEbox 1000S __________________________________ 83 NL-Tag Automatic _________________________________ 84 NL-Tag Manual ___________________________________ 84 Tag reader DMK __________________________________ 85 Diagnosis of the Tag reader__________________________ 85 Network IP _______________________________________ 86 Bluetooth Receiver_________________________________ 87 CAN / J1939 _____________________________________ 87 Basic settings _____________________________________ 90 System Date/Time _________________________________ 91 Language ________________________________________ 92 Type of system ___________________________________ 92 Program mode ____________________________________ 93 Signatures _______________________________________ 93 Internet__________________________________________ 94 GPRS Settings ____________________________________ 94 Diagnosis ________________________________________ 95 Data transfer _____________________________________ 95 Software Update __________________________________ 97 Remote Update Menu ______________________________ 97 Switch SW Version _______________________________ 100 Delete SW Version _______________________________ 101 Printer _________________________________________ 102 Ticket settings ___________________________________ 102 Printer settings ___________________________________ 104 Parameter print __________________________________ 104 Service Menu ____________________________________ 105 Logfile Browser __________________________________ 105 Clear configuration ________________________________ 106 Restore configuration from CF _______________________ 107 Store configuration into CF _________________________ 107 Restore Backup Config ____________________________ 108 Store position into CF _____________________________ 109 Load position from CF _____________________________ 110 Clear RAM data __________________________________ 111 Clear database __________________________________ 111 P-Net-Monitor ___________________________________ 112 Bluetooth ON ____________________________________ 113 Language _______________________________________ 113 Special functions HLW _____________________________ 114 Pump over ______________________________________ 114 Cleaning________________________________________ 115 Emptying system _________________________________ 115 Appendix ______________________________________
Overview of the Configuration menu __________________
Logical assignment of the outputs and inputs ___________
Outputs ________________________________________
Inputs __________________________________________
Serial interfaces __________________________________
Base board without CAN-Bus _______________________
Base board with CAN-Bus __________________________
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BARTEC BENKE
Schulstraße 30
D-94239 Gotteszell
SAK 120202
Software Version 2.18.10
G. Rothe
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valid as of: 07.15
22.01.2016
Safety Precautions
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Safety Precautions
The system operator is responsible for all complying with all regulations
applicable to the storage, transport and handling of the food product "milk".
All regulations and provisions remain in full force when operating the system
with MAK devices.
MAK devices are built in compliance with applicable regulations and must
leave the factory in perfect condition. The devices must be installed and
serviced by qualified technicians.
• Make sure that the information and operating conditions listed by the
manufacturer are followed.
• Follow the instructions on operating and servicing the devices.
• If you notice any damage or deterioration on parts of the system or if safe
operation is not ensured for other reasons, do not start up the system or
shut it off immediately. Notify your service point.
• You should also contact our service technicians if you notify malfunctions
or defects during operation or have any doubts as to whether the devices
are working property.
Exclusion of Liability
BARTEC BENKE GmbH and its agents are only liable in case of
premeditation or gross negligence. The extent of liability of such cases is
limited to the amount of the order placed with BARTEC BENKE.
BARTEC BENKE shall not be liable for damage arising from failure to follow
the safety precautions, the operating instructions or operating conditions.
Consequential damages are excluded from the scope of liability.
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Basics
With the MAK 3003 system, all processes and operating steps required for
the loading and unloading of milk collection and transport vehicles can be
recorded and controlled.
The TIGER 3003 version is used to control milk intake and record the data
entered during that process.
The system is operated from the compact controller.
Switching on the system and operating the vehicle system depend on the
specific vehicle type and the operating instructions applicable thereto.
2.1
Compact Controller
The compact controller is the main control and information unit for the whole
system. Communication between the controller and other components in a
system is handled via USB or, for P-NET devices, via P-NET.
Display
Softkeys
Operating Keys
Selector Keys
Number Keys
2.1.1
Keypad
The system is operated using the touch-sensitive keys on the control unit
(touch screen) (number keys, selector keys, soft keys and operating keys)
and using the key functions which appear the display depending on the
situation. The functions of the soft keys are controlled by the software based
on the current operating status.
2.1.2
Display
A graphic display screen which is designed as a touch screen is used to
show all readouts. Thanks to the backlit transreflective liquid crystal
technology used, the display can be easily read even in darkness or bright
sunlight.
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2.2
2.2.1
Operating Concept
Software Interface
After starting the system, the main screen appears on the display.
You can call up different screens or operating modes using the soft keys to
the left and right of the display.
Corresponding to the installed measuring equipment type (TIGER, LYNX or
HLW) differ the start screen and the main menu (see section 2.2.6.1).
Displaying softkey assignments
Info line
Bringing up the menu
2.2.2
Info line
The info line shows the date and time, information about the operating status
and the software page number.
Fault
Time
2.2.3
Date
Page
Password level
Softkeys
The softkeys can be assigned various functions, the current meaning of
which is indicated by symbols.
All keys are touch-sensitive, meaning that you don’t need to press them but
simply have to touch them.
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2.2.4
Hidden softkeys
In various operating situations, the current assignment of soft keys is not
shown on the display. In such instances, the keys to the left or right of the
display will not be marked. In this case, you have to touch any soft key in
this row of keys. The current assignment of the soft keys will be shown for
three seconds. During this time, you can touch one of the soft keys to start
the function in question.
Call up event screen
Show data from the last tour
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2.2.5
Event display
Important error or malfunction messages are shown right on the display.
The event screen is called up using the hidden softkey EVENTS . This
displays all operating statuses and malfunctions.
To exit the event screen, touch the same softkey again.
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2.2.6
Operating the menus
Corresponding to the installed measuring equipment type differ the start
screen and the main menu.
In case of a new configuration, first set the operating language in the basic
settings (section 3.5.8.2) and the type of measurement system
(section 3.5.8.3).
2.2.6.1
Opening the menu
1. Touch the MENU softkey to open the main menu.
Start screen and main menu TIGER
Start screen and main menu HLW
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Start screen and main menu LYNX
Start screen and main menu abo MAGYAR
2. Select the submenu you wish to open with the selector keys V and U .
The selected submenu is marked with a black bar.
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3. Touch the ENTER softkey. This opens the menu selected.
You can also open the desired menu directly by touching the number key
corresponding to the particular menu number.
If the menu contains submenus, open the desired submenu in the same
way.
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2.2.6.2
Editing parameters
1. Use the selection keys V and U to select the parameters you wish to
edit. The selected parameter is highlighted with a black bar.
2. Touch the CHANGE softkey to open the edit window (input or selection
dialog).
The CHANGE softkey is only available if you are authorised to edit the
selected parameter in the current password-protected configuration level
(see section 3.3.1).
If not all entries in menus or lists can be displayed in the screen, you can
use the selection keys to scroll lines or pages.
one page up
one page down
one line up
one line down
Numerical entries
Numerical entries are entered using the keys below the display.
Corrections can be made with the DELETE key. When you touch this soft
key, the character to the left of the cursor is deleted.
The algebraic soft
keys + and – are
available for
parameters for
which positive or
negative values
must be entered.
Confirm your entry
with the ENTER
soft key
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Alphanumeric entries
Letters are
entered using the
keys shown on
the display.
To enter a letter,
touch the
corresponding
key. Up to four
characters are
assigned to each
key.
You determine
the character
which appears in
the input line by
the number of
times you press
a key in quick succession.
You can enter a space with the ⊔ key.
Shift key
You can use the A↓a↑ key to switch from upper case to lower case letters
and vice versa.
Special characters
If special characters need to be entered, you can use the #;< key to switch
the key assignment to the special character level. You can switch back to
letters using the same key, which is now labelled abcä .
Once you have completed your entry, touch the ENTER key.
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Selection lists
Selection lists are available for certain parameter settings.
Select the required setting using the selection keys V and U .
The selected setting is highlighted with a black bar.
Confirm your selection using the “Confirm” softkey.
You can also select the desired setting directly using the corresponding
numerical key.
Alternatives
In the case of parameters for which only two alternative settings are
possible, e.g. yes/no or on/off, the settings are switched when you touch the
“CHANGE” softkey or a numerical key.
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Main menu
The MENU softkey is used to open the main menu. It contains submenus
which can be used to configure the system and access various functions.
3.1
Transfer data
Data transfer to the dairy is launched in this menu.
All not yet transferred tour data are transferred to the designated server.
There the data are prepared in the format selected for the dairy and
prepared for the dairy to pick up.
Following successful data transfer, the flashing diskette symbol on the
bottom left of the display disappears.
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3.2
Browse long-term memory
Milk intake and tour data from the past three months are stored in the longterm memory. They can contain both tour and single data.
Single data
Enter the desired search criteria in the search form. Touch CONFIRM to start
the search.
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If you touch a soft key next to the display, additional functions are displayed.
You can print located data, start a new search or exit the screen.
Tour data
To display tour data, do the same as you would for single data. Only the
supplier number is omitted from the search form.
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If you touch a soft key next to the display, additional functions are displayed.
You can send the tour data, print the located data, start a new search or exit
the screen.
3.3
Password protection
3.3.1
Password level
Software configuration is protected by passwords which allow access to
various configuration options.
The currently accessible password level is shown on the display in the info
line by a flashing letter. Every password level includes all lower password
levels.
Password level
0 :Read Only Level
1 :Driver Level
2 :Fleet Manager Level
3 :Service Level
Password
no password
Driver password
User password
Service password
4 :Calibration Level
Calibration switch open
Tag
D
U
S
C
Access
read only
Time, language
Operating parameter, date
Software parameters which do not require
calibration
All parameters
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No password
Without entering a password, you can bring up the configuration menus but
you cannot make any changes, however.
Driver password
The driver password is the sum of the day, month and hour (as shown on
the display).
Driver password = day + month + hour
Date: 21. 03. 2015, 07:28 am
Driver password = 21 + 3 + 7 = 31
User password
The user password is the fleet manager's password. You can set the
password yourself (see page 25). After entering the user password, you can
change configuration data not subject to calibration such as turning on and
off various options and hardware modules.
The factory set password at the time of delivery is "BARTEC".
Service password
With the service password, you have access to all parameter settings not
subject to calibration.
The service password is formed according to a specific mode and changed
periodically. The service password is only provided to authorised service
personnel.
Calibration switch
Opening the calibration switch allows access to all parameters including
those subject to calibration.
If you wish to change data subject to calibration, you must open the
calibration switch before starting the system!
After opening the calibration switch, re-calibration at the owner's expense is
required!
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Compact Controller Type 6942-10 to series B
The calibration switch is located on the circuit board in the compact
controller.
● Remove the four screws on the top of the control unit and open up the
top.
● Remove the seal, remove the screws from the cover plate and remove it.
Cover plate
open
Calibration
closed
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Compact Controller Type 6942-10 from series C
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3.3.2
Password entry
● In the "Password Level" menu, touch the PASSW ENTRY softkey.
You can enter the password in the following window.
● Once you have finished entering the password, touch the ENTER softkey.
Thereafter, the password levels to which access is possible are shown. The
higher password levels include access to all lower password levels.
Read Only Level
D : Driver Level
1
U : Fleet Manager Level
2
(D)
S : Service Level
3
(U, D)
C : Calibration Level
4
(S, U, D)
Password level
Change user password
Enter password
for level 1, 2 or 3
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Once you have entered the password for the fleet manager level, the soft
key to change the user password is displayed. After you have touched this
soft key, you can enter a new user password.
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3.4
3.4.1
Databases
Location info database
The GPS positions of the various suppliers are recorded in the location info
database. Here the supplier ID, type (intake, cleaning, pump over), average
amount, GPS position “long” and “lat” and quality are displayed.
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Sucking optimization
(available at password level 2 and above)
The sucking behavior can be adapted for difficult conditions. Examples:
Intakes with long and fixed tubing or hose extensions with smaller diameter
(e.g. DN40).
You can enter a value between 1 and 10, whereas 10 represent the most
difficult conditions. The entered value will be stored in the corresponding
data record.
● Select the data record that you want to edit and press one of the softkeys
on the right side of the display to open the hidden menu.
● Press the BAD FLOW CNT softkey and enter the desired value.
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Delete records
(available at password level 2 and above)
After displaying the hidden soft keys, you have the option of deleting stored
records.
● Select the record you wish to delete and touch the DELETE RECORD key.
The highlighted record is then tagged for deletion.
If needed, repeat the process for additional records.
When exiting the window, you'll be asked if the marked records should be
permanently deleted.
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The marked records will not be deleted until you confirm with YES .
Search records
In the location records you can searche for specific supplier numbers.
● Touch the hidden softkey NEW SEARCH and enter the desired supplier
number.
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● Confirm the entered supplier number. Only the desired supplier records
are then displayed in the list.
3.4.2
Database configuration
Under database configuration, you can set the database format and
determine whether dairy data should be separated. For haulage companies
which collect milk for various dairies, the data are allocated to the different
dairies.
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Database format
Depending on the settings in the office you can set the database formats
FTL or ADIS-ADED.
When using ADIS-ADED can a four digits dairy number be entered in the
tourstart dialog.
The office must proceed ADIS-ADED data. All other formats proceed only
two digits.
Dairy data separation
If dairy data separation has been activated, then at least one dairy must be
configured (see section 3.4.3).
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3.4.3
Dairy configuration
You can configure different dairies under Dairy configuration. To do this, you
must enter the dairy number and name. FTP access must then be
configured for the newly created dairy (see section 3.5.9/Data transfer).
At tour start you can choose between the different dairies. The feedback
data from this tour are then made prepared for the selected dairy on the
server at the next data transfer.
Data for already configured dairies (dairy number and name) can be
changed in this menu.
Configuration of dairy data can only be done after all tour data have been
sent.
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3.4.4
Delete data
Information can be deleted from the database if needed.
● Select the record to be deleted and confirm the safety query:
Master and Schedule Data
The master data transmitted from the dairy / office (e.g. Supplier, driver,
dairies, etc.) and the schedule data (see next point.
Schedule Data
The schedule data transmitted by the dairy / the office (e.g. tour schedule,
order specification, etc.).
Response Buffer
The response data generated by the vehicle (e.g. milk intakes, tour data,
etc.).
All generated response data will be deleted erzeugten Rücklaufdaten
werden gelöscht, regardless of whether they have already been sent or not.
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3.5
Configuration
In the configuration menus, the system software is adapted to the specific
operating conditions and installed hardware by entering various parameters.
Parameters that are subject to statutory calibration are marked in the display
with an asterisk prefixed.
An overview of the structure of the configuration menu together with
instructions on how to access the appropriate password level in each
particular case can be found in the Appendix.
During an initial configuration you must first set the language
(section 3.5.8.2) and the Type of system (section 3.5.8.3) in the Basic
settings menu.
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3.5.1
Main configuration
Vehicle Number
Vehicle Plate
Dairy Number
Sub dairy number
Teach Factor
Expected Volume
Max. quantity
deviation
Driver number input
Unload ID input
U
Pump over ID input
Pump over volume
input
Tour end Test
Automatic data
transfer
Main configuration
Vehicle number (max. 6 digits)
Collection vehicle plate
max. 9 digits The entered number is proposed when starting a tour. It can be
max. 2 digits, changed by the driver. It can not be changed if you set a minus
ADIS-ADED: sign before the number.
If you enter 0, there is no takeover in the tour start dialog. The last
4 digits
entered number will be proposed.
The teach factor determines what percentage of the quantity of milk just collected
will go into the default quantity to be created.
Allowed deviation from the expected to the actual intake volume in %
An error message will be displayed if this situation occurs
no:
A new driver number does not necessarily have to be entered when starting
a tour. The previous number is proposed again.
force: The driver number will be deleted after ending a tour. When starting a tour a
new number has to be entered.
6910-Tag: Driver registration via RFID-Tag
-1:
No prompt is displayed, unloading is without ID, ID 0 will be recorded.
0:
A prompt is displayed, an unloading ID should be entered.
above 0: No prompt is displayed. There will always be recorded that ID you enter
here.
-1:
No prompt is displayed, pump over is without ID, ID 0 will be recorded.
0:
A prompt is displayed, a pump over ID is to enter.
above 0: A prompt is displayed, a pump over ID should be entered (different
locations). There will always be recorded that ID you enter here..
below -1: (e.g -99): A prompt is displayed, a pump over ID must be entered.
That ID you configure here will be prefixed the input ID.
Example: configured heret: -99, input ID: 1749, Result: 991749
no:
Entering a quantity not required
force:: When pumping over a quantity must be entered.
On: If at least one milk intake was carried out in the tour, the tour can be
finished only if the following conditions are met:
- Measuring system was emptied,
- cleaning was carried out
- collection truck was unloaded
Off: The data is transferred only after selecting the data transmission.
Tour end: The data is automatically transferred after ending the tour.
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Op.-Data recording
U
Force sequence
Pos. search time
Pos. search speed
3.5.2
switching on or off the operating data logging
(operating data: driving dataDriving times, intake times, downtimes, breaks, pump
running times, sensor response times)
The vehicle must be empty at the end of tour.
Periode in which needs to be driven faster than set in „Pos. search speed“ in order
to initiate the search of suppliers in the database.
Speed which must be exceeded for the duration, specified in "Pos. search time",
in order to initiate the search of suppliers in the database.
Process Controlling
Aside of general settings, the Process Controlling menu offers system
specific settings for the types Tiger, Lynx, HLW and abo-MAGYAR.
General
Pumping settings
Cleaning settings
Milk temp. Limits
Vacuum test 1
Vacuum test 2
Pump over unmeasured
Tank seg. capacity
Tank seg. order
Tank seg. quality
TIGER
LYNX
HLW
aboMAGYAR
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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3.5.2.1
Pumping settings
Type TIGER
Pumping settings (TIGER)
Finish by…
Manual:
GPS Speed
PTO signal
Clearly external start
Suction
Suction-Vacuum
U
Vacuum at the beginning of the intake to filll the system with medium
[hPa]
Post Sucking
Mode
Standard
Flat Vessel
Duration in Standard Mode
Number of Sucking Intervals
Suck in Valve Open Duration
Number Of Sucking In Shots
Sucking Vacuum
Vacuum Tank
Set point Vacuum
Intake
Min. Flow
Max. Flow
Maxi. Vacuum
Yes:
The intake is manually ended by the driver (by pressing
the finish button).
The intake is automatically ended via the measured
speed. (Can also be ended by pressing the finish
button.)
The intake is ended by shutting off the auxiliary take-off.
(N.B.: Only possible if signal is connected.)
The intake can only be started on the controller. The
external start, e.g. via remote control, is blocked. This
function serves the purpose of clear identification when
there is a choice between several suppliers.
Standard Mode
Mode for sucking from flat vessels (N.B.: delays
conclusion time.)
After the milk sensor M1 reports "empty", sucking will continue for this
period [s]
Automatically set to 1
Time for which the suck in valve is opened [s}
for "Flat Vessel"
mode“
Number of post sucking intervals
Max. vacuum during post-sucking [hPa}
Max. vacuum in holding tank [hPa]
Minimum standard flow rate e.g. in case of elevated air impaction during
intake [l/min}
Max. regulated flow (limits intake flow) [l/min]
Max. vacuum during intake [hPa]
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Measured pump over
Min. Flow
Max. Flow
PS-Regulator
Measured Unload
Min. Flow
U
Minimum normally flow eg. at elevated air entrainment during
pumping [l/min]
Maximum controlled flow (limits the discharge flow) [l/min]
On: When pumping over the centrifugal pump is also regulated at
the level vessel height.
If possible set to: „On“ (deactivate only when the pumping power
collapses abruptly during pumping over).
Minimum standard flow rate e.g. in case of elevated air impaction during
delivery [l/min]
Max. regulated flow (limits delivery flow) [l/min]
Standard aggressiveness of pump power
Max. Flow
Prop. Gain
Flow Regulator
Upper limit
Upper adjusting range limit of the PWM pump control valve [%]
Has to be configured during initial service!
Prop. Gain
Air regulator
Tolerated air
Prop. Gain
Dipstick regulator
mA for 1l Medium
Sensor intake end
Sensor empty value
Sensor full value
Regulator on
S
Prop. Gain
Air calculation
Bubble Sensor Offset
Vakuum Offset
Max. air litre
Bubble Sensor…
Standard aggressiveness of pump output
Air impaction tolerated before pump output is reduced [%]
Standard aggressiveness in case of air impaction
Current for 1 litre medium in level sensor container [mA]
Target level value at the end of intake [mA]
Voltage at which the level container is empty [mA]
Has to be configured during initial service!
Current, when level jar is full [µA]
Switch on level gauge regulator
Standard aggressiveness when level sensor drops
Bubble Sensor Offset
Has to be configured during initial service!
Vacuum Offset
Max. allowed quantity of air (total) during intake. When this value is
reached, the pump output is reduced
Dimension of the suction side bubble sensor
3 inch
4 inch
Has to be configured during initial service!
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Type LYNX
Pumping settings (LYNX)
Finish by…
U
Explicit external start...
Pump type
S
Intake
Min. Flow
Max. Flow
Pump start time
U
PWM at pump start
Medium PWM
Throttled PWM
Waiting time milk sensor
Manual:
The intake is manually ended by the driver (by pressing
the finish button).
GPS-Speed: The intake is automatically ended via the measured
speed. (Can also be ended by pressing the finish
button.)
PTO signal:
The intake is ended by shutting off the auxiliary take-off.
(N.B.: Only possible if signal is connected.)
Yes:
The intake can only be started on the controller. The
external start, e.g. via remote control, is blocked.This
function serves the purpose of clear identification when
there is a choice between several suppliers.
Impeller:
The current system uses an impeller pump (default).The
current system uses an impeller pump (default).
Liquid ring::
The current system uses a liquid ring pump. The
pumping process will differ according to this pump type.
Has to be configured during initial service!
If the system registers air intake while pumping it will throttle to this
minimal flow. [l/min]
The maximal flow that the system will speed up to. [l/min]
Time to accelerate the pump (with max. PWM) at the beginning of
an intake. [s]
The PWM drive during pump start time. [%]
PWM drive after pump start to fill the intake hose and gas
separator. [%]
Minimal PWM drive during the pumping process. This value has to
be high enough to keep an impeller pump turning at all times during
an intake. [%]
Time until the system automatically stops if no milk has been
detected at the beginning of the intake.
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Post Sucking
Post sucking time
PWM post sucking
Dipstick target value
PWM to target value
Lower gradually to target
Max. flow to target val.
Max. lowering duration
U
Pause between lowering
Max. dipstick alteration
Max. post suck time
Flow regulation
Upper limit
Prop. Gain
Purge pause
Max. difference FLM
lower threshold FLM
upper threshold FLM
Dipstick regulation
µA for 1l medium
S
Sensor full value
Sensor empty value
U
S
Upper dipstick threshold
Lower dipstick threshold
Invert dipstick input
Clear system
Duration
U
Fixed time to suck at the end of an intake to suck in medium
remains and drain the intake hose. [s]
The PWM drive used during post sucking time [%]
The targeted medium level in the gas separator at the end of an
intake. [µA]
PWM drive while lowering medium level to target value. Fixed value
for impeller pumps; minimum value for water ring pumps. [%]
Impeller pump only!
Yes:
Try to gradually lower the medium level in the gas
separator at intake end. May prolong intake duration but
increases accuracy.
No:
Lower medium level quickly to target level (may reduce
accuracy).
Flow to lower the medium level in the gas separator. [l/min].
Impeller pump only!
Max. duration that the system will try to lower the medium level in
the gas separator. [s]
Duration to settle down after medium lowering. This time will
automatically increase if the medium is moving too much.[s]
Dipstick alteration represents the movement of the medium in the
gas separator. The final intake volume will be measured after the
dipstick alteration stabilizes within the configured value. [µA]
The maximum duration of post sucking. The system will
automatically stop the post sucking process if this time passes. A
warning will be displayed if a valid state for volume measurement
could not be reached. [s]
Maximum PWM drive for pump regulation. [%]
Influences regulation duration. Higher values reduce time until the
desired PWM is reached.
Stop the flow regulation while purging. Reduces irregularities during
sudden flow drops. [s]
Maximum voltage tolerance of the FLM during air intake. The
system will slow down to min. flow if this value is exceeded. [mV]
Between these volumes the reference value of the FLM will be
determined. [l]
Dipstick difference for one liter medium in the gas separator. [µA]
Has to be configured during initial service!
Maximal detectable value of the dipstick in filled gas separator. [µA]
Has to be configured during initial service!
Minimal value of dipstick in empty gas separator. [µA]
Has to be configured during initial service!
Dipstick value to stop purging the gas separator. [µA]
Dipstick value to where the gas separator has to be purged. [µA]
The dipstick values will be interpreted inverted.
Has to be configured during initial service!
Duration to drain the system. If the system is empty after this period
of time it will automatically stop. Otherwise the duration will be
doubled. [s]
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Type HLW
Pumping Settings (HLW)
Finish by…
Manual:
GPS-Speed:
PTO signal:
Explicit external start...
U
Post Sucking
Post sucking time
Time 0 flow
Throttle times
LMS Emptysensor
Milksensor
End K0 sensor
Yes:
The intake is manually ended by the driver (by pressing
the finish button).
The intake is automatically ended via the measured
speed. (Can also be ended by pressing the finish
button.)
The intake is ended by shutting off the auxiliary take-off.
(N.B.: Only possible if signal is connected.)
The intake can only be started on the controller. The
external start, e.g. via remote control, is blocked.This
function serves the purpose of clear identification when
there is a choice between several suppliers.
Fixed time to suck at the end of an intake to suck in medium
remains and drain the intake hose. [s]
For the configured period, the flow must be equal to zero, so that the
intake can be terminated.
Debouncing time of the respective input
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Type abo-MAGYAR
Pumping Settings (abo-MAGYAR)
Finish by…
Manual:
GPS-Speed:
PTO signal:
Explicit external start...
U
Post Sucking
Post sucking time
Time 0 flow
Throttle times
LMS Emptysensor
Milksensor
End K0 sensor
Yes:
The intake is manually ended by the driver (by pressing
the finish button).
The intake is automatically ended via the measured
speed. (Can also be ended by pressing the finish
button.)
The intake is ended by shutting off the auxiliary take-off.
(N.B.: Only possible if signal is connected.)
The intake can only be started on the controller. The
external start, e.g. via remote control, is blocked.This
function serves the purpose of clear identification when
there is a choice between several suppliers.
Fixed time to suck at the end of an intake to suck in medium
remains and drain the intake hose. [s]
For the configured period, the flow must be equal to zero, so that the
intake can be terminated.
Debouncing time of the respective input
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3.5.2.2
Cleaning settings
Type TIGER
Cleaning settings (TIGER)
D Cleaning id
V14 at cleaning
S
V14 open time
Manhole open time
Tanksegment valves
Minimum Hot Wash Temp
Cleaning Cycle Duration
Vacuum Holding Tank
Milk Line
U
Transfer Pipe
Transfer Exit Pipe
Time after cleaning
Time after first intake
Time after last intake
Force cleaning
The cleaning ID will be recorded.
close:
V14 closed while CIP
open:
V14 opened while CIP
toggle
While cleaning the vacuum holding tank, V14 will
be open for the specified time (see next parameter)
Has to be configured during initial service!
Duration of open V14 during cleaning of the vacuum holding tank [s]
Flow duration during CIP to clean the manhole cover [s]
closed
Position of the tank segment valves
open
during CIP
Minimum temperature during hot wash. The total time during
which this temperature is exceeded is recorded. [°C]
Cleaning duration for the vacuum holding tank [s]
Cleaning duration for the milk line [s]
Cleaning duration for the transfer pipe [s]
Cleaning duration for the transfer exit pipe [s]
After this time a cleaning has to be done
(72 h)
This time after the first intake a cleaning has to be done
(24 h)
This time after the last intake a cleaning has to be done
(12 h)
Yes: Force a cleaning process if one of the configured times has
expired. Starting a new intake is only possible after a
cleaning.
No: Cleaning is not forced.
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Type LYNX
Cleaning settings (LYNX)
D Cleaning ID
Min. hot wash temp.
U
Cleaning cycle times
Intake path
U
Ventilation path
The cleaning ID will be stored with the data record.
Minimum temperature during hot wash. The total time during
which this temperature is exceeded is recorded. [°C]
Cleaning duration for the intake path [s]
Cleaning duration for the ventilation path [s]
Type HLW
Cleaning settings (HLW)
D Cleaning ID
Minimum Hot Wash Temp.
U
The cleaning ID will be stored with the data record.
Minimum temperature during hot wash. The total time during
which this temperature is exceeded is recorded. [°C]
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Type abo-MAGYAR
Cleaning settings (HLW)
D Cleaning ID
Minimum Hot Wash Temp
U
The cleaning ID will be stored with the data record.
Minimum temperature during hot wash. The total time during
which this temperature is exceeded is recorded. [°C]
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3.5.2.3
Milk temperature limits
The milk to be collected can be monitored for compliance with a max.
allowed temperature depending on time of day. To this end, you can enter
three times with the corresponding temperature limits.
If the temperature limits are exceeded, a warning message is displayed and
the pump is stopped, if this is configured (see below).
Milk temperature limits
Delay Temp watch
Temp. warning limit
Time period 1 (2, 3)
U
Valid until
Min. allowed temp.
Max. allowed temp.
Interrupt Pumping
Delay of the temperature measurement after the system detects
medium. [s]
Temperature threshold. The value determines how many °C before
reaching a temperature limit, a warning is displayed. [°C]
On/Off Activate or deactivate the time period for temperature
monitoring
Time until when the milk is monitored for compliance with the
maximum allowed temperature.
Lower temperature limit for milk intake during this time period [°C]
Upper temperature limit for milk intake during this time period [°C]
Yes: Pumping is interrupted if the maximum allowed temperature is
exceeded.
No: Pumping is not interrupted if the maximum allowed
temperature is exceeded. Only a warning message is shown.
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3.5.2.4
Vakuum Test 1
(Type TIGER)
In this vacuum test, the vacuum in the system is created from valve V7 all
the way to the NRV non-return valve.
The second pressure sensor value is only displayed at Fleet Manager
Password Level or above.
3.5.2.5
Vakuum Test 2
(Type TIGER)
In vacuum test 2, the intake hose can also be checked. To perform this test,
a dummy coupling must be connected to the intake hose.
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3.5.2.6
Pump over unmeasured
(Type TIGER)
If a connection for the unmeasured pumping over via valve 13 is present,
can be configured additional parameters..
Pump over unmeasured
V11 close time
U
V13 close time
High power
Low power
Max. PWM
When finishing the unmeasured pump over will the valve 11 be
closed after expiring this time.
After closing valve 11 will be closed valve 13 after expiring this time.
max. pump speed at high
During pump over can be switched
performance
between high and low performance
max. pump speed at low
performance
Max. PWM control while unmeasured pumping
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3.5.2.7
Tank segment capacity
The tank segment capacity is used to monitor the levels of the individual
chambers by various methods. Upon reaching the configured volume the
milk sucking or pump over is interrupted.
Tank segment capacity
Segment Monitoring
Off:
no segment monitoring
Overall: The entire content of the tank can be monitored by entering
the total volume.
Inputs: With configured inputs the chamber volumes can be
monitored. Switching between chambers is carried out
manually (passive raw milk separation).
Dialog: Without auxiliary devices (eg. Valves, proximity switches),
the chamber volume can be monitored by means of
dialogues.
Outputs: The chamber volumes are monitored with outputs.
Switching between chambers is carried out automatically
U
(active raw milk separation)
Chamber 1 (…8)
Chamber volume of the various chambers [l]
Add up Volume
Upon reaching the tank segment capacity, the over-supply quantity
can be pumped in to the chamber after confirming the dialogue.
Calculation liters/kg (only in Friesland Campina mode, see section 3.5.8.4)
Max. Kg load
Maximum load in kg
Stop before loading
The milk intake stops x kg before reaching the configured maximum
weight. Then the intake can be continued until reaching the
maximum weght.
Milk density
Average density of the milk in g/cm3
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3.5.2.8
Tank segment order
The order of tank segments can be set by entering numbers. This makes it
possible to specify the filling- and pump over sequence.
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3.5.2.9
Tank segment quality
The milk quality can be assigned to the chambers here for active and
passive raw milk separation.
Tank segment quality
Milk separation
On:
Drain system
Decreasing
Increasing
U
Volume good > bad
Volume bad > good
Auto. exchange chamber
Chamber closing time
Chamber 1 (…8)
Active raw milk separation is on. d.h. The segment selection
is made by the controller.
On:
The measuring system is emptied at the beginning of the
intake if the quality changes.
On:
The quality of the milk may be changed by the driver towards
"bad". For this milk, the segment with the corresponding
quality is suggested. There is also the possibility to take
higher quality milk in a segment having a lower quality,
without previously devaluing, e.g. if no more capacity is
available in another segment.
On:
The quality of the milk may be changed by the driver towards
“good”. For this milk, the segment with the corresponding
quality is suggested. There is also the possibility to take
lower quality milk in a segment having a higher quality e.g. if
no more capacity is available in another segment. If lower
quality milk is collected into a segment with higher quality,
This segment is devaluated to the quality of the current
intake for the remaining time of the tour.
Volume at which the segment is switched from "good" to "bad" if the
quality has changed (0…99l)½.
Volume at which the segment is switched from "bad" to "good" if the
quality has changed (0…99l)½.
On:
When a segment is full it will be automatically be switched to
the next segment with the same quality.
Off:
Bei voller Kammer When a segment is full, switching to the
next segment is proposed. The driver must confirm it or can
change the proposed segment.
Time for closing the valve of the previous chamber when the
chamber changes [s]
Milk quality of configured chambers, adjustable from 1 (best) to 8
(worst).
½
Enter the volume always without forerun quantity!
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3.5.3
Sensors/Actors
Sensors/Actors
PWM Frequency
Current output
C
Temp 1 Offset
Bubble Parameters
Air Impact Calibration Factor
Firmware Version
Driver Version
Frequency of the PWM control pulse of the pump control valve [Hz]
On: if a control block with current output is used
Off: if the PWM control signal is used
Correction value for temperature sensor °C
Calibration factor for the air calculation
Displays the k-mif firmware version
Displays the k-mif driver version
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Diagnosis
All sensor values are displayed in the diagnostics window.
Diagnosis
Inputs (1…8)
PWM Settings (92-93½)
Status of digital inputs 1 – 8
With the soft keys PWM UP and PWM DOWN, you can manually
set the PWM output.
Current output [mA]
Current pump revolutions
Current Output (48-49½)
Pump Revolutions (30-32½)
Temperatures
Pt100 1 (50-53½)
Value of the connected temperature sensor PT100_1 (milk
temperature)
Value of the connected temperature sensor PT100_2 (sampling
cabinet temperature)
Pt100 2 (112-115½)
Current Inputs
Input 1 (116-118½)
Input 2 (119-121½)
Input 3 (122-124½)
Voltage Inputs
Input 1 (45-47½)
Input 2 (107-109½)
Input 3 (125-127½)
PIC Ticker
ANA Ticker
Value of power input I_IN1 (pressure sensor 1)
Value of power input I_IN2 (level sensor)
Value of power input I_IN3 (pressure sensor 2)
Value of voltage input U_IN1 (bubble sensor 1)
Value of voltage input U_IN2 (bubble sensor 2)
Value of voltage input U_IN3
0 (not used)
Ticker for number of analogue input query
½
Terminal designation
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3.5.4
Inputs/Outputs
Outputs in the MAK TIGER system
The assignment of the outputs can be freely configured, the following
allocation is recommended:
No.
log. No.
invert.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
15
Resting
state
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
Designation
Function
V1
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
V8
V9
V10
V11
Compressed air ejector
Air for emptying
Shut-off valve ejector inlet
Throttle valve (open in idle position)
Shut-off valve ejector outlet
Shut-off valve vacuum tank
intake valve
pump shut-off valve
cleaning valve inlet vacuum vessel
cleaning valve drain
pump over valve inlet (optional)
V15
throttle vacuum
The output voltage is stabilized, EMC technically protected against the
vehicle power supply voltage to ensure to all control tasks. Therefore,
connections to other potentials (eg. chassis ground reference or reverse
voltages in the plus branch) are always galvanically decoupled (eg. with
additional relay, if necessary).
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Inputs in the MAK TIGER system
The assignment of the inputs can be freely configured, the following
allocation is recommended:
No.
log. No.
invert.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Resting
state
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
Designation
Function
MS1
MS2
MS3
MS4
Milk sensor in the intake line
Milk sensor overfilling vacuum vessel
Milk sensor inlet / outlet vacuum vessel
Milk sensor pump over
Emergency mode switched on
For a complete overview of the inputs and outputs for MAK 3003 TIGER, HLW
3000, LYNX and abo-MAGYAR see Appendix, section 4.2.
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3.5.4.1
Compact Controller
1. (…16.) Output
logical allocation
invert
S
1. (…8.) Input
logical allocation
invert
resting state
Compact Controller
Software allocation of outputs
yes (switching mode is inverted)
no (switching mode is not inverted)
Software allocation of outputs
yes (switching mode is inverted)
no (switching mode is not inverted)
low: positive switching
high negative switching
Diagnosis
Touching the DIAG soft key brings up a service function to test the
functioning of inputs and outputs.
Inputs 1-8 are shown as in the figure according to status.
You can individually switch the 16 outputs on and off.
The outputs set in the diagnosis are not reset until the you exit the window.
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3.5.4.2
Ultrasampler controller
Ultrasampler controller
Physical Output 1 (…8)
Logical Output
Invert Output
U
Physical Input 1 (…8)
Logical Input
Invert Input
resting state
Software allocation of outputs
Yes (switching mode is inverted)
No (switching mode is not inverted)
Software allocation of inputs
Yes (switching mode is inverted)
No (switching mode is not inverted)
low: positive switching
high negative switching
Diagnosis
The relay outputs are specifically reserved for the bottle drive!
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3.5.4.3
I/O-Box 6753
The basic module of the I/O Box 6753 has 8 inputs and 8 outputs. In
addition, the I/O box can be extended with additional modules, each with 8
inputs or outputs.
I/O –Box 6753
Basic module
I/O-Box 6753
0. (…7.) Input
Logical
Invert
S
0. (…7.) Output
Logical
Invert
ON/OFF
Software allocation of inputs
Yes (switching mode is inverted)
No (switching mode is not inverted)
Software allocation of outputs
Yes (switching mode is inverted)
No (switching mode is not inverted)
Pulse outputs can be controlled only by the 8 outputs of the basic module!
Diagnosis
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3.5.5
Sampling settings
In the "Sampling settings" window only the hardware already activated is
displayed.
3.5.5.1
Installed hardware
Installed Hardware
Ultrasampler Controller
Flowlevelmeter 6826
S Bottledrive
not installed
Type 6771-31
Type Tiger
Operating mode
Config mode: (Only for configuration purpose! For configuration the
FLM has to be connected to the P-Net and the flow
has to be adjusted (see 3.5.5.6).
not installed
Type 6774-10
ABO 20
Monotrans
Bartec Mini
Semi-automatic lift
CP 200
ABO-MAGYAR
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Barcode Reader
Sampling Cabinet Temp…
Frequency sensor 2
S
Cooling unit
Pump Over/Unload Sample
Sample device number
not installed
installed
not installed
Ultrasampler Controller (Frequency Sensor)
Compact Controller (Pt100 4 wire)
not active: Sensor disabled.
for unload: Use as temperature sensor during unload
Not installed
Vortex
Yes: When unloading and pumping over sampling is carried out.
No: When unloading and pumping over sampling is not carried
out.
No. of the sampler controller
If you have hardware modules activated, they are displayed in the "Sampling
Settings" window. From here you have access to the parameters of the
individual modules and settings for sampling.
If changes are made to the hardware configuration which require a reboot,
this will be pointed out to you on the display.
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3.5.5.2
Sampling main parameters
Sampling Main Parameter
Filling Control Mode
Flow at 20 mA
Sampling On Output
Buzzer 105%
Tour Sample on at tour start
Single Sample on at tour start
Pre-Sample
Number Of Pre-Samples
Number of extra pre-samples
After Pump Over
Pre-sample Quantity
Pump stop
U
Pre-Sample Time Lag
Blow-out time
Max. Expected Volume
Delete BC-Code
Motor CIP-Frequency
Current loop:
Use FLM for filling control
Compact Controller: Use MID for filling control
Flow rate expected by the ultrasampler at the power input [L/min]
Yes
No
Installed
Horn for warning at 105% overfill
Not installed
Yes
No
Yes
No
Number of pre-samples
Number of extra pre-samples, (if additional pre-sample is selected
in the tour menu).
Number of pre-samples after pumping over
Intake quantity for the pre-sample [L]
The pump is stopped if the adjusted quantity is reached as a
percentage of the preset presample quantity Here you can change
the the pre-saple quantity. (Standard: 85%)
Max. time between intakes, after this time, a new pre-sample is
taken [min].
Duration to blow out sampling tube extensions [s].
(Only visible if output 93 is configured.)
Single samples are divided on several bottles when exeeding this
preset quantity
No:
Barcode is released for reuse after 200 barcodes
again.
CIP:
Barcode is released for reuse after CIP
Tour:
Barcode is released for reuse after tour end.
rotation frequency of the stepping motors (single sampling and tour
sampling) during cleaning (standard: 1250)
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Correction of fat quantity during intake. In case of different intake quantities,
above-average fat values can be corrected.
Low Estimate Range
%(1/x) correction factor for fat quantity in %
… Operative up to
Quantity up to which the first correction factor applies [L]
Middle Estimate Range
%(1/x) correction factor for fat quantity in %
… Operative up to
Quantity up to which the second correction factor applies [L]
High Estimate Range
%(1/x) correction factor for fat quantity in %
Start delay high amount
When a preset quantity is greater than the quantity to which the
second correction factor applies („…Operative up to “)the value
entered here will be used instead of the value of the start delay for
Sampler 1 [s].
Add. rinse tank sample
On: The sampler will be rinsed after unloading or pumping over
According to the quantity remaining in the tank, the preset
quantity for tour sampling needs to be updated.
Samp. during pump over
Yes: Start sampling during pump over.
(only visible if configured in “Installed Hardware”)
Samp. during unloading
Yes: Start sampling during unload process
(only visible if configured in “Installed Hardware”)
Log flm values
On: The flowlevelmeter values will be recorded in the log-file for
service purposes.
For the measurement type Lynx this parameter must be
switched on!
Serial Number
Displays the serial number of the ultrasampler controller
Firmware Version
Displays the firmware version of the ultrasampler controller
Correction Factors
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3.5.5.3
Sampler 1
(as a rule for single samples)
Sampler 1
Operating Mode
Vial Volume
Overfill Tolerance
U
Start Delay
Calibration Factor
Pre-Flushing From Estimate
Flushing Steps
Minimum Pulse Steps
S
Minimum Pulse Frequency
3.5.5.4
Not installed
Single sample
Tour sample
Sampling vial volume in ml
Allowed filling of the sampling vials
e.g. 120% → Bottle may be filled up to 20% over the rated volume
Delay from the milk sensor signal ("milk present") up to sampling start
[s].
If this value is reached, the fat content gets higher for all quantities.
The pumping hose calibration factor indicates how many µl are filled
per sampler rotation. (Enter 270 µl. Change the value if sampling vial
filling volume deviates from the set value.)
In case of intake quantities (set quantities) lower than the value
entered here, no pre-flushing occurs. [L]
Number of flushing steps when milk is detected in the pipe.
Minimum number of motor steps.
Minimum rpm of the sampler. If this rpm value is not reached, this
triggers intermittent mode. (Default value 600)
Sampler 2
(as a rule for tour samples)
Parameters like sampler 1
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3.5.5.5
Bottle drive
Bottle drive 6774-10
Bottledrive 6774-10
Transport Pulse Duration
Transport Time Out
Star Lock Signal
U Run In Container Handling
Pulse Duration
Bottle drive linked to
Serial Number
Firmware Version
Time the star-wheel needs to move safely away from the proximity
switch. [s]
Time after which an error message is generated if the transport
process takes too long.
Installed
Not installed
yes
No
Switch on time of the inlet chamber [s]
Sampler 1
Sampler 2
Displays the serial number of the bottle drive control
Displays the firmware version of the bottle drive control
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Bottle drive ABO 20
Bottle drive ABO 20
Plate preload time
Plate rotate wait time
S
Clow open/close time
Lift up/down Time
Bottle drive linked to
U
Plate preload time - after this time, rotation is activated. [s]
Time from activation of rotation until the plate is in position.
Wait time needed by the clow to open or close.
Wait time during which the lift moves up or down.
Sampler 1
Sampler 2
Bottle drive Monotrans
Bottle drive Monotrans
Magazine move time
S
Magazine wait time
Bottle drive linked to
U
Plate pre-load time - after this time, rotation is activated. [s]
Time from activation of rotation until the plate is in position.
Sampler 1
Sampler 2
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Bottle drive Bartec Mini Type 6774-12
Bottle drive Bartec Mini
S Plate preload time
BD linked to
U
Plate pre-load time - after this time, rotation is activated. [s]
Sampler 1
Sampler 2
Semi-automatic lifting device Type 6871-3-30
Semi-automatic lifting device
BD linked to
U
Sampler 1
Sampler 2
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CP 200 (NL bottle supply)
CP 200 (NL bottle supply)
Pulse duration turning
S
U
Timeout turning
Time until filling pos.
Time until vial closed
Timeout tag reader
BD linked to
(Latching via Sampler Controller)
Note:
Proximity switches in the Bottle Drive if positive switching,
connect with switching module type 6756-300 on sampler
controller terminal 47 and install a jumper from terminal 49
to input 7, terminal 32. Connect rotary motor (Bottle Drive)
to terminal 46..
maximum rotation time until error message
opening time bottle
close time bottle
delay for TAG reading
Sampler 1
Sampler 2
ABO MAGYAR
ABO MAGYAR
Get vial time
U
BD linked to
bottle transport pulse duration for external bottle drive
After this time barcode reading starts.
Sampler 1
Sampler 2
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3.5.5.6
Flow level meter
The menu item for the configuration of the flow level meter is displayed only
when the flow level meter is in configuration mode (see section 3.5.5.1).
Flow level meter
Flow at 20 mA
Flow rate at which the FLM emits 20 mA (limits delivery flow) [l/min]
This value can only be changed if the FLM is connected to P-Net and
installed. For normal operation, the FLM may not be connected to the
P-Net.
Displays the serial number of the flow level meter
Displays the firmware version of the flow level meter
U
Serial Number
Firmware Version
3.5.5.7
Barcode reader
Barcodeleser
Interleaved 2 Of 5
String Min Length
String Max Length
U
BC Read Error Time
Serial Number
Firmware Version
On (standard)
Off
Minimum bar code length
Maximum bar code length
In case of a read error, this amount of time is waited and then a
new reading cycle is started [s]
Displays the serial number of the barcode reader
Displays the firmware version of the barcode reader
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3.5.5.8
Sampling cabinet temperature watching
Sampling cabinet temperature watching
Minimum temperature
Lower sampling cabinet temperature limit [°C]
Maximum Temperature
Upper sampling cabinet temperature limit [°C]
Samp. Cab-Temp all
On: The sample box temperature is recorded at each intake / delivery,
regardless of temperature limits and recording interval. In addition
to the current sample box temperature, will the maximum
temperature since the last recording be recorded.
U
Record interval
Time interval for recording the sample box temperature when the limit
exceeds standard: 600 s).
Sensor Calibration
Frequency at 0°C
calibration frequency at 0 ° C according to specification on the sensor
Frequency at 25°C
calibration frequency at 25 ° C according to specification on the sensor
Active Frequency
frequency at which the sensor reports "wetted"
3.5.5.9
Cooling unit
On at samp. Start
S
Switch on Temp.
Pulse duration
Cooling period
Cooling unit
Yes: The cooling unit is switched on when the sampler starts.
No: The cooling unit will not be switched on.
Sample box temperature at which the cooling starts (°C).
Duration of the cooling pulses
(2 s)
Duration of a cooling period from the start of a cooling pulse to the start
of the next cooling pulse
(4 s)
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3.5.5.10
Diagnosis
In the diagnosis menu, the current rotational frequencies of the two sampler
motors can be checked. In addition, the motors can be started for a short
time to test them with the RUN MOTOR start key. In addition, the current
values of the voltage and power inputs (for FLM) are displayed. When FLM
is installed and P-Net is connected, the P-Net values of the FLM are also
shown.
In order to test the bottle drive, a bottle drive cycle can be run with "Bottle
Drive Status".
If a barcode
reader is installed,
barcode reading
can also be
activated.
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3.5.5.11
Firmware Update
After installing or changing the sampler controller, the current firmware
version, which is stored in the software can be transferred to the sampler
controller.
3.5.6
Power supply
Power supply
System Fan (no function for power supplies without fans)
Switching Off Below
Switching off temperature of the fan
S
Switching ON above
Switching on temperature of the fan
Firmware Version
Displays the firmware version of the power supply
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Diagnosis
Here you can check the various voltages in the compact controller.
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3.5.7
Peripheral hardware
3.5.7.1
Flow meter
Flow Meter
Ident number
Calibration Factor System
C
Calibration Factor Flow Meter
Output 3
Mode
S
Flow at 20 mA
Litre per pulse
C
Dry start volume
MID serial number
Calibration factor of the MID saved in the calibration memory of the
compact controller. It can only be changed if the calibration switch
is on.
Calibration factor saved in the MID. If the calibration switch in the
MID is open, this is transferred to the MID. (upon delivery, the
calibration switch in the MID is open).
Off
4-20 mA
The flow rate is measured based on power.
0-1000 Hz The flow rate is measured based on frequency.
Flow rate at which the FLM emits 20 mA (applies to mode 4-20 mA)
Flow rate per pulse [L/pulse]
(applies to mode 0-1000 Hz)
For the quantity necessary for the measuring system. This is added
to the measuring results at the first measurement.
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3.5.7.2
GPS receiver
GPS receiver
GPS receiver
Search radius
U Load. Search Radius
KM-Recording
GPS-Logging
Model
Firmware Version
switching the GPS receiver On or Off
Radius around the determined geographic location in which a
supplier must be found in order to identified [m]
not used
The distance (km) according to the GPS data will be recorded.
When polling the GPS data, it will be recorded in EMF log for
diagnostic purposes.
Displays the model version
Displays the firmware version
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3.5.7.3
Printer
Epson TMU295
EPSON TMU295
Print Function
Paper Output Front
Paper Release
U Line per Page
Paper Eject
Record
Record Interval
yes Printer activated
no
Printer deactivated
yes The paper is output at the front.
no
The paper is output at the back.
yes The paper is released after printing.
no
The paper is not released after printing.
Number of lines (including the footer) to the end of a page when
parameters are printed. If 0 is entered here, there are no page
breaks (default: 54).
on
The paper is ejected
off
The paper remains in the printer and can be printed on
On: Copies of the print outputs will be stored digitally.
Storage duration of print copies
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Epson TM88
EPSON TM88
Printer function
U
Interface
Baud
Data
Parity
Stop bit
Flow Control
Printer test
yes Printer activated
no
Printer deactivated
Interface to which the printer is connected.
Data rate
Number of data bits 7, 8
OFF
EVEN
ODD
1
2
None
Xon/Xoff
Hardware
Printer configuration:
Prints the printer configuration
Hex Dump - 3xFEED to STOP: Test print
Paper feed test:
Paper feed test
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3.5.7.4
Screen
This menu is used to set and calibrate the touch screen display.
The touch screen is already calibrated when the system is delivered. It is
only necessary to calibrate the touch screen if the display is difficult to read
or if the system does not respond correctly to touch.
Contrast
● Use the selection keys V and U to set the contrast to the required
value and touch the “Confirm” softkey.
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x/y Calibration
The x/y calibration function is used to redefine the display coordinates.
These determine the position of the keys on the touch screen.
Follow the instructions on the display.
● Touch the top left-hand corner of the display. You should preferably do
this using a pointed plastic object that cannot scratch the display.
● Then touch the bottom right-hand corner of the display.
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● Next, touch the point that appears on the display.
The coordinates of the touch screen have now been defined.
If the touch screen is not calibrated satisfactorily, you may have to repeat the
procedure several times.
The system must not be switched off during the calibration!
Candle power
● Use the selection keys V and U to set the brightness of the display to
the required value and touch the “Confirm” softkey.
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Set blink on/off
This is where you define whether the display should blink once each time
you touch it or change without blinking.
The setting takes effect as soon as you confirm the menu option!
Calibrate HMI 1/2
(No function when using measurement system TIGER!)
Two HMI display units can be installed for displaying information.
When you confirm this menu option, you switch from calibrating “Display
HMI 1” to calibrating “Display HMI 2” or vice versa.
The following then appears in the title:
Display HMI 1 or
Display HMI 2.
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3.5.7.5
Tour puls sample
Only visible if output 86 is configured.
Tour puls sample
On at tour start
S Sleep time
Fill time
Final fill time
Yes:
No:
tour puls sample will be switched on, when the tour starts.
tour puls sample will not be switched on, when the tour
starts.
The bottle will not be filled durin this time (20 - 60 sec.)
During this time will the bottle be filled.
Duration at the end of the sample process where the sampling vent is
continuously open [s]. (no regulation of the sampling process)
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3.5.7.6
Belgium Sample
Only visible if output 88 is configured.
Belgium Sample
Start wait time
Start after Volume
sleep time
S fill time
On at tour start
RFID Reader
After starting the intake is a delay (5 – 15) seconds until the needle is
inserted into the bottle.
When this quantity is reached the needle is inserted into the bottle.
During this time, the bottle is not filled (20 - 60 seconds) (output 89
must be active.)
During this time, is the bottle filled. output 89 must be active.)
Yes:
Belgium sample is switched on when the tour starts
No:
Belgium sample is not switched on when the tour starts
Zwang: Belgium sample is always switched on and cannot be
disabled during the tour
TAG reader WAVEbox 1000S on or off
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3.5.7.7
WAVEbox 1000S
In Belgium the Wavebox 1000S is used for sample bottle identification and
for reading and writing the tag information.
WAVEbox 1000S
Aktive
Device ID
Interface
Baudrate
Antenna 1
S
Antenna 2
Antenna 3
Antenna 4
activate or deactivate the WAVEbox
serial no.
interface to which the WAVEbox is connected
Baud rate
Off
Active: antenna for writing to the sample bottle tags
Off
Active: if an additional antenne for writing to the sample bottle tags
is installed for additional samples
not used
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3.5.7.8
NL-Tag Automatic
Configuration of the tag reader with automatic bottle feed (version
Netherlands).
NL-Tag Automatic
Active
Device ID
S
Interface
Baud rate
3.5.7.9
activate or deactivate the WAVEbox
serial no.
interface to which the WAVEbox is connected
Baud rate
NL-Tag Manual
Configuration of the tag reader with manual bottle feed (version
Netherlands).
NL-Tag Manual
Active
Device ID
S
Interface
Baud rate
activate or deactivate the WAVEbox
serial no.
interface to which the WAVEbox is connected
Baud rate
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3.5.7.10
Tag reader DMK
Configuration of the DMK-Tag reader (for driver identification).
Tag reader DMK
Active
S Address
Interface
activate or deactivate the WAVEbo
interface to which the WAVEbox is connected
Diagnosis of the Tag reader
All tag readers, you can call a diagnostic tool with this softkey to verify that
the tag reader function.
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3.5.7.11
Network IP
Network Settings
General Settings
BARTEC Server IP
Routing and DNS
Preferred Device
Network connection
Auto (dhcp)
U
Manual IP
Current IP
Proxy settings
Use Proxy
Proxy for HTML
Proxy for FTP
Proxy Server
Proxy Port
IP adress of the BARTEC server
Selected network device for data connection
eth0: Ethernet port in the compact-controller
GPRS: mobile radio modem
Yes: get IP address automatically (from router/DHCP server)
No: manual IP address is used
manual IP address for network card (only Ethernet)
displays the current IP address (only Ethernet)
Yes: The IP connection should be established via a proxy server.
No: The IP connection should be established directly (without
Proxy)
Yes: HTML connections run via the proxy server.
No: HTML connections run directly (without Proxy)
Yes: FTP connections run via the proxy server.
No: FTP connections run directly (without Proxy
Address of the Proxy-Server to be used
Port of the Proxy-Server to be used
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3.5.7.12
Bluetooth Receiver
The Bluetooth interface is used to connect the 3003 service tool and for
using the BARTEC Android App.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth-receiver
Device
S Baud
Pin
Name
activate/deactivate the bluetooth-receiver
Interface designation
(/dev/ttyUSB0)
Baud Rate Selectione
access code
Name of the application (e.g. No of the tank or vehicle)
The Bluetooth Interface has to be activated in the service menu (see
section 3.6.11).
3.5.7.13
CAN / J1939
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Configuration
CAN / J1939
CAN/J1939
Address
Interlock Adresse
W-AS Router Address
FMS interface
U
Address claiming
Priorities
of
transmit
messages (Interlock xx –
xx)
Firmware Version
Driver Version
switching the interface on or off
Address used for J1939 communication
Address range: 0-253
Address of the Interlock source (e.g. PLC)
254: Interlock data will not be evaluated by the controller.
Address of the W-AS router
254: W-AS router data will not be evaluated by the controller.
Off: FMS data will not be evaluated
Simulation: FMS simulation software connected
MAN
SCANIA FMS data are provided by the vehicle type
DAF
Yes: The controller logs on to the bus with a fixed name and address and
answers on Address Claiming Requests.
No: The controller doesn´t log on to the bus and doesn´t answer
Address Claiming Requests. The user must ensure that several bus
participant do not use the same address.
for service purposes
Default: 6
displays the used firmwareversion
displays the used driver version
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Diagnosis
The diag softkey opens a service function for diagnostics of the
CAN / J1939 interface.
Diagnosis (2)
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3.5.8
Basic settings
Basic settings
System Date/Time
U
Language
Type of system
S
Program mode
Kernel Version
Bootloader Version
Controller Serial
P-Net Firmware Version
P-Net Driver Version
HMI Firmware Version
Changing date and time settings
Selection of the display language
Selection of the measurement system type
Selection of the program mode
Displays the version and serial numbers
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(section 3.5.8.2)
(section 3.5.8.3)
(section 3.5.8.4)
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3.5.8.1
System Date/Time
System Date/Time
C System Date
System Time
Auto-Synchronization
Timezone
Daylightsaving
Daylightsaving Begin
Month
U
Week
Day of Week
Daylightsaving End
Month
Week
Day of Week
Change the date setting
Change the time setting
Activate/deactivate the automatic clock synchronisation via GPS or
GPRS.
Set the time zone by entering the deviation from UTC
Activate/deactivate the summertime settings
Month when summertime begins
Week when summertime begins
Weekday when summertime begins
Month when summertime ends
Week when summertime ends
Weekday when summertime ends
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3.5.8.2
Language
Language
Selection of the display language
U
de
en
pt
fr
cs
nl
German
English
Portuguese
French
Czech
Dutch
You can select the language in the main menu too (Main menu / Language)
(see section 3.7).
3.5.8.3
Type of system
The MAK software supports multiple types of measurement systems.
Peripheral settings or software parameters may change depending on the
system type.
Type of system
Selection of the
measurement system type
S
Tiger
HLW
MID-Test
Lynx
ABO-Magyar
Fonterra
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3.5.8.4
Program mode
Company specific program modes are supported only in system type
TIGER!
Program mode
Selection of the program mode
S
Standard
FC-Mode
DMK-Modus
LetraQ
(Friesland Campina)
(Deutsches Milchkontor)
Signatures
Displays module signatures.
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3.5.9
Internet
3.5.9.1
GPRS Settings
GPRS Settings
Device
Baud rate
Activate Modem
Internet (fixed configuration)
57600 (fixed configuration)
yes Modem on
no
Modem off
Provider Data
APN-Server
APN User
APN Password
U SIM Data
Dial String
PIN Code
Dial-up server of provider
Provider
Access password for the selected server
Entry of the call string
PIN of SIM card
The PIN must be entered here before the SIM card can be
used.
Security
Report IP to BARTEC
yes
no
The IP address is sent to BARTEC BENKE each time you
connect to the server.
The IP address is not sent.
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Diagnosis
Touching the DIAG soft key brings up a service function to diagnose the
GPRS unit.
3.5.9.2
Data transfer
Transfer of FTL set and tour data is performed via FTP server.
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FTL-FTP server
Box Configuration
Box Name
Service Status
Check Inbox Period
Compress Data
Resume down- and uploads
S
FTP Configuration
Username
Password
Server Path
IP/Domain
IP/Domain (fallback)
Port
Security
Enable TLS/SSL
Accept any Certificate
Certificate
TSL/SSL Version
Name of the message box
run:
Data transfer option on
stopped: Data transfer option off
Time period after which a check is performed to see if there are
data to transfer to the vehicle. After each transmission of data, this
test is also performed.
ZIP: data to be sent are compressed in ZIP format
GZIP: data to be sent are compressed in GZIP format
No: data to be sent are not compressed (Standard)
Yes: the server supports the resume function (resume in case of
incomplete transfer)
No: the server supports does not support the resume function
The name provided for the vehicle
The password provided for the vehicle
Individual path on the FTP server
Address of the data server
IP address of the data server
Number of the port served by the server
Yes data encryption
No
no data encryption
Yes Every certificate is accepted
No Only the certificate entered is accepted
No (allow fallback) if the entered certificate is not found, another
certificate will be accepted
Certificate selection
Selection of the TLS/SSL version (TLSv1 or SSLv3)
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3.5.9.3
Software Update
Remote Update Menu
This menu option allows you to download a new program version of the
controller software from the BARTEC BENKE server via a GPRS
connection.
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Update to version here you can enter the software version number to be
downloaded from the server. If left blank, the latest
version found on the server will be downloaded.
The user name and password for the download are provided by BARTEC
BENKE and must be entered manually.
Start download
Interrupt download
Information about
download status
Information about
errors occuring
If the download is
interrupted, e.g. if
the connection to
the
server
is
terminated, then it
will
automatically
be restarted after 5
minutes
and
resumed at the
point where the
interruption
took
place.
In case of manual termination of the download, the data downloaded up to
that point are deleted. In certain cases, the download must be restarted.
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Establishing connection to server
Download of compressed data was successful
Server-client check values being compared.
Data are being downloaded
Files being unzipped
The files are unzipped, the download is complete.
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Switch SW Version
After downloading a new software version, you can switch to the new
version.
● Select the software version and touch the “confirm” softkey“.
● Confirm the security query.
● Then shut down the system and reboot it.
The new software version is available only after restarting the system.
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Delete SW Version
If multiple software versions are stored, you can delete the versions which
are no longer needed.
After confirming a safety query the selected version is deleted.
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3.5.10
Printer
3.5.10.1
Ticket settings
Select the language for the ticket from the available languages.
The default forms define the layout of the ticket.
You can select one of the ticket forms and save it with a custom name.
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You can save different forms with the
softkey (the layout of the printout
will be based on the selected default form).
Select one of the parameters and press the
softkey to change the value.
Enter a ticket identification and press the
softkey to save the settings. If
no ticket identification is enterd, the system will return to the form selection
screen.
Press the
Use the
Ticket Configuration
Ticket Identification
Horizontal Offset
LF before ticket
U
LF before position
LF between position
LF beyond position
softkey to abort the ticket settings.
or
softkey to navigate through the configured ticket forms.
Name of the ticket (will be displayed if multiple ticket forms are configured)
Blank space between text and the left ticket border
Blank lines at the top of the ticket
Blank lines before positions
Blank lines between positions
Blank lines after positions
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3.5.10.2
Printer settings
Ticketprint
U Journal counter
Parameterprint
3.5.10.3
Printer settings
Yes: Ticket print active
No: Ticket print deactivated
Amount of tour journals that are being printed
Yes: Parameter printout active
No: Parameter printout deactivated
Parameter print
The current settings of the configuration parameters are printed on the
configured printer (only when “Parameterprint” is activated, see above).
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3.6
Service Menu
Service Menu
D Logfile Browser
Clear configuration
Restore conf. from CF
Store conf. into CF
S Restore Backup Config
Store positions in to CF
Load positions from CF
Cleal RAM data
C Clear database
S P-Net-Monitor
D Bluetooth ON/OFF
3.6.1
View of all stored log entries
Delete Parameter settings
Load configuration from CF into CPU
Safe current configuration from CPU into CF
Access to restore points
Save positions from CPU into CF
Load positions from CF into CPU
Data of the last operation is deleted
Data (order-, schedule data) are deleted
P-Net monitor is opened
Activate or deactivate the Bluetooth interface
(3.6.1)
(3.6.2)
(3.6.3)
(3.6.4)
(3.6.5)
(3.6.6)
(3.6.7)
(3.6.8)
(3.6.9)
(3.6.10)
(3.6.11)
Logfile Browser
The logfile browser allows you to view all saved log entries. The information
about the various operations is displayed in text format and can be read
directly on the screen.
Logfile Browse
Update Log
Audit Log
D Events/Alarms
Cleaning Log
Boot Log
Log entries about updates and update attempts
Log entries about all parameter changes
Log entries about all faults
Log entries about cleaning
Boot reports, boot scripts
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Within the log window, you can move the displayed content to the left, right,
up or down using the arrow softkeys.
You close the log window with the STOP key.
3.6.2
Clear configuration
When you confirm the prompt, all parameter settings not subject to statutory
calibration are cleared.
When the seal switch is opened will also the parameter settings subject to
statutory be cleared!
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3.6.3
Restore configuration from CF
When you confirm the prompt, the configuration of parameters saved at the
CF-card (see section 3.6.4) is loaded. The existing parameter settings are
overwritten.
When the seal switch is opened will also the parameter settings subject to
statutory be overwritten!
3.6.4
Store configuration into CF
When you confirm the prompt, the existing configuration of parameters will
be saved to the CF-card. The saved configuration can be reloaded later (see
section 3.6.3). This way you can e.g. easily set an identically configuration to
several vehicles.
With open seal switch will also calibration relevant data be saved to the CFcard.
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3.6.5
Restore Backup Config
The system can store up to 5 restore points, which can be accessed again in
this menu.
The external PC software "3003 Servicetool" generates a compressed file
format that is supplied as "B3I package".
When loading a B3i package or before importing data of an existing restore
point new restore points are created.
Access to the configuration file can be done via GPRS online or via a
network cable.
new B3I-package
previous restore points
After confirming the B3I package it is downloaded and activated. You can
then select a restore point and restore the configuration state for that time.
There is a separate manual for the 3003-Servicetool.
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3.6.6
Store position into CF
This menu item allows you to save the current GPS location database in the
compact flash memory. There are saved the GPS positions of all suppliers
and pump-over locations, including preset quantities.
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3.6.7
Load position from CF
This menu item allows you to transfer the GPS location database, saved in
the compact-flash memory to the compact controller.
In case of identical supplier numbers the previous records are overwritten by
the new!
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3.6.8
Clear RAM data
When you confirm the prompt, the contents of the RAM are cleared (data of
the last intake).
3.6.9
Clear database
When you confirm the prompt, all data (GPS positions, supplier numbers,
scheduled data, response data etc.) including the 3-months memory are
deleted.
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3.6.10
P-Net-Monitor
The P-Net-Monitor is a service function for diagnostic of P-Net devices.
For more details contact BARTEC BENKE service please.
To display the functions of the P-Net monitor, touch one of the four softkeys
on the right-hand side.
INIT PAGE:
Restore the default settings of the P-Net monitor.
P-NET SCAN:
You can perform a P-Net scan for diagnostic purposes. The address
(hexadecimal), P-Net ID number, version, serial number and manufacturer’s
code are displayed in separate lines for all connected P-Net devices.
SET P-NET ADDRESS:
After entering the serial number (A no.) of a hardware component, you can
assign a new P-NET slave address for this device.
The serial number must be complete, in other words it must be entered
together with the appropriate suffix (e.g. UE).
EXIT:
Exit the P-Net Monitor.
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3.6.11
Bluetooth ON
When a Bluetooth receiver is configured (see section 3.5.7.12), you can
activate the bluetooth interface here.
If the Bluetooth interface is enabled, it is displayed by a symbol.
With the BARTEC service tool can be established a connection via Bluetooth
and accessed to the software.
3.7
Language
Selection of the display-language.
You can select the language also in the menu Main menu / Configuration /
Basic settings / Language (see section 3.5.8.2).
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3.8
Special functions HLW
For the measurement system type HLW (see section 3.5.8.3) are additional
functions available for activating of outputs.
3.8.1
Pump over
The controller activates the pump-over output.
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3.8.2
Cleaning
The controller activates the cleaning output.
3.8.3
Emptying system
The controller activates the output for emptying the air separator.
Control is carried out by HLW.
The outputs are deactivated when closing the screens.
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4
Appendix
4.1
Overview of the
Configuration menu
The following overview should help you to locate individual parameters
within the Configuration menus.
The software configuration is protected by passwords and the seal switch.
This permits access to various configuration options.
The password level currently accessible is indicated by a letter in the info
line of the display. Each password level includes all lower password levels.
Password level
0 :Read Only Level
1 :Driver Level
2 :Fleet Manager Level
3 :Service Level
4 :Calibration Level
Password
no password
Driver password
User password
Service password
Calibration switch open
Indicator Access
read only
D
Time, language
U
Operating parameters, date
S
Parameters which do not require calibration
C
All parameters
In this overview, the indicator of the configuration level is shown next to the
menu name. It is generally also valid for all submenus.
Exceptions are mentioned under the relevant submenus.
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1: Main configuration
Vehicle Number
Vehicle Plate
Dairy Number
Sub dairy number
Teach Factor Expected Volume
Max. quantity deviation
2: Process Controlling
U
Driver number input
Unload ID input
Pump over ID input
Pump over volume input
Tour end Test
Pumping settings
Automatic data transfer
Op.-Data recording
Force sequence
Pos. search time
Pos. search speed
U
TIGER
Finish by…
Clearly external start
Suction
Suction-Vacuum
Post Sucking
Mode
Duration in Standard Mode
Number of Sucking Intervals
Suck in Valve Open Duration
Number Of Sucking In Shots
Sucking Vacuum
Vacuum Tank
Set point Vacuum
Intake
Min. Flow
Max. Flow
Maxi. Vacuum
Measured pump over
Min. Flow
Max. Flow
PS-Regulator
Measured Unload
Min. Flow
Max. Flow
Prop. Gain
Flow Regulator
Upper limit
Prop. Gain
Air regulator
Tolerated air
S
Prop. Gain
Dipstick regulator
mA for 1l Medium
Sensor intake end
Sensor empty value
Sensor full value
Regulator on
Prop. Gain
Air calculation
Bubble Sensor Offset
Vakuum Offset
Max. air litre
Bubble Sensor…
LYNX
Finish by…
Explicit external start...
Pump type
Intake
Min. Flow
Max. Flow
Pump start time
PWM at pump start
Medium PWM
Throttled PWM
Waiting time milk sensor
Post Sucking
Post sucking time
PWM post sucking
Dipstick target value
PWM to target value
Lower gradually to target
Max. flow to target val.
Max. lowering duration
Pause between lowering
Max. dipstick alteration
Max. post suck time
Flow regulation
Upper limit
Prop. Gain
Purge pause
Max. difference FLM
lower threshold FLM
upper threshold FLM
Dipstick regulation
µA for 1l medium
Sensor full value
Sensor empty value
Upper dipstick threshold
Lower dipstick threshold
Invert dipstick input
Clear system
Duration
HLW / abo MAGYAR
Finish by…
Explicit external start...
Post Sucking
Post sucking time
Time 0 flow
Throttle times
LMS Emptysensor
Milksensor
End K0 sensor
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Cleaning settings
U
TIGER
Cleaning id
D
V14 at cleaning
S
V14 open time
Manhole open time
Tanksegment valves
Minimum Hot Wash Temp
Cleaning Cycle Duration
Vacuum Holding Tank
Milk Line
Transfer Pipe
Transfer Exit Pipe
Time after cleaning
Time after first intake
Time after last intake
Force cleaning
Milk temperature limits
LYNX U
Cleaning ID
Min. hot wash temp.
Cleaning cycle times
Intake path
Ventilation path
HLW / abo MAGYAR
Cleaning ID
Min. hot wash temp.
U
Delay Temp watch
Temp. warning limit
Time period 1 (2, 3)
Valid until
Min. allowed temp
Max. allowed temp.
Interrupt Pumping
Vakuum Test 1
Vakuum Test 2
Pump over unmeasured
U
TIGER only
V11 close time
V13 close time
High power
Low power
Max. PWM
Tank segment capacity U
Segment Monitoring
Chamber 1 (…8)
Add up Volume
Calculation liters/kg (Friesland Campina only)
Max. Kg load
Stop before loading
Milk density
Tank segment order
U
Chamber 1 (…8)
Tank segment quality
D
U
Milk separation
Drain system
Decreasing
Increasing
Volume good > bad
Volume bad > good
Auto. exchange chamber
Chamber closing time
Chamber 1 (…8)
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3: Sensors/Actors
C
PWM Frequency
Current output
Temp 1 Offset
Bubble Parameters
Air Impact Calibration Factor
Firmware Version
Driver Version
4: Inputs/Outputs
Compakt-Controller
S
1. (…16.) Output
logical allocation
invert
1. (…8.) Input
logical allocation
invert
resting state
Ultrasampler-Controller
S
Physical Output 1. (…8.)
logical allocation
invert
Physical Input 1. (…8.)
logical allocation
invert
I/O-Box 6753
S
Basic module
I/O-Box 6753 ON/OFF
0. (…7.) Input
logical allocation
invert
0. (…7.) Output
logical allocation
invert
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5: Sampling Settings
Installed Hardware
S
Ultrasampler Controller
Flowlevelmeter 6826
Bottledrive
Barcode Reader
Sampling Cabinet Temp…
Frequency sensor 2
Cooling unit
Pump Over/Unload Sample
Sample device number
Sampling Main Parameter U
Filling Control Mode
Flow at 20 mA
Sampling On Output
Buzzer 105%
Tour Sample on at tour start
Single Sample on at tour start
Pre-Sample
Number Of Pre-Samples
Number of extra pre-samples
After Pump Over
Pre-sample Quantity
Pump stop
Pre-Sample Time Lag
Blow-out time
Max. Expected Volume
Delete BC-Code
Motor CIP-Frequency
Correction Factors
Low Estimate Range
… Operative up to
Middle Estimate Range
… Operative up to
High Estimate Range
Start delay high amount
Add. rinse tank sample
Samp. during pump over
Samp. during unloading
Log flm values
Serial Number
Firmware Version
Sampler 1 (2)
U
Operating Mode
Vial Volume
Overfill Tolerance
Start Delay
Calibration Factor
Pre-Flushing From Estimate
Flushing Steps
Minimum Pulse Steps
S
Minimum Pulse Frequency
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Bottledrive
Bottledrive 6774-10
U
Transport Pulse Duration
Transport Time Out
Star Lock Signal
Run In Container Handling
Pulse Duration
Bottle drive linked to
Serial Number
Firmware Version
S
Magazine move time
Magazine wait time
Bottle drive linked to
U
U
U
Interleaved 2 Of 5
String Min Length
String Max Length
BC Read Error Time
Serial Number
Firmware Version
Samp. Cabinet Temp. Watching
Plate preload time
Plate rotate wait time
Clow open/close time
Lift up/down Time
Bottle drive linked to
U
Plate preload time
BD linked to
BD linked to
CP 200
Pulse duration turning
Timeout turning
Time until filling pos.
Time until vial closed
Timeout tag reader
BD linked to
ABO MAGYAR
Get vial time
BD linked to
U
Minimum temperature
Maximum Temperature
Samp. Cab-Temp all
Record interval
Sensor Calibration
Frequency at 0°C
Frequency at 25°C
Active Frequency
Cooling unit
U
On at samp. start
Switch on Temp.
Pulse duration
Cooling period
Diagnosis
Firmware Update
6: Power supply
S
U
Halfauto. lift
Flow at 20 mA
Serial Number
Firmware Version
Barcode Reader
S
Bottledrive Bartec Mini
Bottledrive Monotrans
Flowlevelmeter
Bottledrive ABO 20
S
System Fan
Switching Off below
Switching ON above
Firmware Version
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S
U
U
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7: Peripheral hardware
Flow Meter
C
Ident number
Calibration Factor System
Calibration Factor Flow Meter
Output 3
Mode
Flow at 20 mA
Litre per pulse
Dry start volume
GPS Receiver
U
GPS Receiver on/off
Search radius
Load. Search Radius
KM-Recording
GPS-Logging
Model
Firmware Version
Printer
Epson TMU 295
Print Function
Paper Output Front
Paper Release
Line per Page
Paper Eject
Record
Record Interval
Screen
Epson TM88
U
Printer function
Interface
Baud
Data
Parity
Stop bit
Flow Control
Printer test
S
Contrast
x/y Calibration
Candle power
Set blink on/off
Calibrate HMI 1/2
Tour puls sample
S
On at tour start
Sleep time
Fill time
Final fill time
Belgium Sample
S
Start wait time
Start after Volume
sleep time
fill time
On at tour start
RFID Reader
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WAVEbox 1000S
S
Active
Device ID
Interface
Baud rate
Antenna 1 (…4)
NL-Tag Automatic
S
Active
Device ID
Interface
Baud rate
NL-Tag Manual
S
Active
Device ID
Interface
Baud rate
Tag reader DMK
S
Active
Address
Interface
Network IP
U
General Settings
BARTEC Server IP
Routing and DNS
Preferred Device
Network connection
Auto (dhcp)
Manual IP
Current IP
Proxy settings
Use Proxy
Proxy for HTML
Proxy for FTP
Proxy Server
Proxy Port
Bluetooth receiver
S
Bluetooth-receiver (On/Off)
DeviceBaud
Pin
Name
CAN/J1939
U
CAN/J1939 (On/Off)
Adress
Interlock Adress
W-AS Router Adress
FMS interface
Address claiming
Priorities of transmit messages (Interlock xx – xx)
Firmware Version
Driver Version
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U
8: Basic settings
System Date/Time
System Date
C
System Time
Auto-Synchronisation
Timezone
Daylightsaving
Daylightsaving Begin
Month
Week
Wochentag
Sommerzeit Ende
Monat
Woche
Day of Week
Language
German
English
Portuguese
French
Czech
Dutch
Type of system
Tiger
HLW
MID-Test
Lynx
ABO-Magyar
Fonterrra
Kernel Version
Bootloader Version
Controller Serial
P-Net Firmware Version
P-Net Driver Version
HMI Firmware Version
9: Internet
U
GPRS Settings
Device
Baud rate
Activate Modem
Provider Data
APN Server
D
APN User
APN Password
SIM data
Dial String
PIN Code
Security
Report IP to BARTEC
Data Transfer
FTL-FTP-Server
S
Box Configuration
Service Status
Check Inbox Period
Compress Data
Resume Down-/Uploads
FTP Configuration
Username
Password
Server Path
IP/Domain
IP/Domain (fallback)
Port
Security
Enable SSL
Accept Any Certificate
Certificate
TSL/SSL-Version
Software Update
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Program mode
Standard
FC-Mode
DMK-Mode
LetraQ
S
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10: Printer
C
Ticket settings
Ticket System Language
Ticket Configuration
Printer settings
Ticketprint
Journal counter
Parameterprint
Parameter print
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4.2
Logical assignment of the outputs
and inputs
Outputs
log.
inv.
Valve
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
14
15
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
V1
V1
18
n
19
20
21
n
n
n
22
n
23
n
24
25
26
27
28
V2
V2
V3
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
V8
V9
V10
V11
V12
V13
V14
V15
Function
compressed air, ejector
intake valve
pump start ventilation
air for emptying
vent valve
shut-off valve ejector inlet
pump shut-off valve
throttle valve
shut-off valve ejector outlet
shut-off valve vacuum tank
suction valve
pump shut-off valve
cleaning valve inlet vacuum tank
cleaning valve outlet
pump over valve inlet (optional)
pump over valve outlet (optional)
pump over unmeasured (optional)
pump over, shut-off valve (optional)
slow, throttling active
throttle vacuum
Sample ON
1. as logical output 18 freely configurable only
with HLW measuring type
2. when activating the "Enable sample output"
additionally fixed on Out 8, cl.14 in USController
3. when activating "Enable sample output",
addionally "control feed cassetta":
Out 7 US-Controller fixed " Enable sample
output ";
Out 8 US-Controller fixed "control feed
cassetta"
pressure emptying measurement system
status signal cleaning running (possibly valve)
status signal pump over running
hydraulics is absolutely needed (LDA hose
reel)
write Belgium-Tag
Air suction valve unloading pumping over
(measured via sample)
Vortex cooling, cooling pulse
MKS: building up the pressure
MKS: start spraying
collection tank outlet (MTT-Tiger, unloading &
CIP)
MAK
3003
Tiger
x
MAK
3003
Lynx
HLW
3003
ABO
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Resting
state
off
closed
off
off
closed
closed
closed
open
closed
closed
closed
closed
closed
closed
closed
closed
closed
closed
off
closed
off
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
off
off
off
x
x
x
x
off
x
x
x
x
off
x
x
off
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
off
off
off
x
x
x
x
closed
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Valve
Function
MAK
3003
Tiger
MAK
3003
Lynx
HLW
3003
x
x
x
closed
x
x
x
closed
x
x
x
closed
x
x
x
closed
x
x
x
closed
x
x
x
closed
x
x
x
closed
x
x
x
closed
x
off
inv.
31
n
32
n
33
n
34
n
35
n
36
n
37
n
38
n
40
n
41
n
42
n
43
n
44
n
45
n
46
n
47
n
48
n
51
n
Buzzer (Sample, Milk temperature, Overfill
sensor)
x
61
62
n
n
Tank ventilation valve chamber 1
Tank ventilation valve chamber 2
x
x
79
80
81
81
n
n
n
n
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
82
n
x
x
x
x
82
n
x
x
x
x
83
n
x
x
x
off
84
n
x
x
x
off
85
n
x
x
x
off
86
n
Bottle transport pulse for external bottledrive
Bottle read for external bottledrive
Bottledrive ABO, clamp open/closed
BD-CP200 hover position
Bottledrive: ABO, Schwarte Monotrans,
clamp or needle up/down,
Bartec: lift bottle
BD-CP200 open bottle
Bottledrive ABO and Schwarte Monotrans,
bottle-transport
Bottledrive ABO and Schwarte Monotrans,
Magnet plate motor
Bottledrive, Sampler-hose single sample
pressure emptying
Tour puls sample (NL, time configurable)
x
x
x
Segment inlet 1 for segment 1
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment inlet 1 for segment 2
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment inlet 1 for segment 3
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment inlet 1 for segment 4
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment inlet 1 for segment 5
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment inlet 1 for segment 6
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment inlet 1 for segment 7
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment inlet 1 for segment 8
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
MAK in Tour
Segment outlet 1
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment outlet 2
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment outlet 3
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment outlet 4
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment outlet 5
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment outlet 6
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment outlet 7
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
Segment outlet 8
(when active raw milk separation is enabled)
ABO
Resting
state
log.
closed
closed
closed
closed
closed
closed
closed
closed
x
x
x
off
closed
closed
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off
off
off, open
x
off,
up,
down
down
off
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MAK
3003
Tiger
MAK
3003
Lynx
HLW
3003
Belgium sample: hold bottle
Belgium sample: needle down
Belgium sample: filling On/Off
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
hold
off
off
n
changeover valve
total sample for raw milk separation (1 -> 2)
x
x
x
off
n
n
pressure emptying single sample
Bottledrive: Lid for round magazines
x
x
x
x
x
x
log.
inv.
87
88
89
n
n
n
91
93
95
Valve
Function
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ABO
x
Resting
state
off
off, open
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130
Inputs
log.
inv.
Function
1
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
n
n
n
n
n
n
j
n
Milk sensor + Temp.sensor sucking
Milk sensor overfilling vacuum vessel
Milk sensor inlet / outlet vacuum vessel
Measuring end sensor (K0)
Milk sensor pump over
Emergency mode switched on
CIP cleaning (emptying when medium changes)
Milk sensor unloading
13
n
Empty sensor
20
21
22
23
n
n
n
n
Start cleanin (only in Tour)
Auxiliary drive On/Off
collective signal overfill protection
Trailer present
26
n
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
MAK 3003
Tiger
x
x
x
MAK 3003
Lynx
x
HLW 3003
ABO
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
MKS start switch in driver cabin
x
x
x
x
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Segment inlet 1 (with passive raw milk separation)
Segment inlet 2 (with passive raw milk separation)
Segment inlet 3 (with passive raw milk separation)
Segment inlet 4 (with passive raw milk separation)
Segment inlet 5 (with passive raw milk separation)
Segment inlet 6 (with passive raw milk separation)
Segment inlet 7 (b with passive raw milk separation)
Segment inlet 8 (with passive raw milk separation)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Emptying flap 1
Emptying flap 2
Emptying flap 3
Emptying flap 4
Emptying flap 5
Emptying flap6
Emptying flap 7
Emptying flap 8
Unloading 1
Unloading 2
External Start
External Stop
External ending
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
55
56
n
n
manual lifting device: bottle in barcode-reading position
manual lifting device: bottle in filling position
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
X
61
62
n
n
Tank ventilation monitoring chamber 1
Tank ventilation monitoring chamber 2
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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4.3
4.3.1
Serial interfaces
Base board without CAN-Bus
Designation
GPRS
Bluetooth
GPS
Printer
RS485/RS232
4.3.2
Interface at the system
dev/usb/ttyUSB0
dev/usb/ttyUSB1
dev/ttyS3 (can not be changed)
dev/ttySM0
dev/ttyS4
Base board with CAN-Bus
Designation
GPRS
Bluetooth
GPS
Printer
RS232
RS485
RS232_1
RS232_2
Interface at the system
dev/usb/ttyUSB0
dev/usb/ttyUSB1
dev/ttyS3 (can not be changed)
dev/ttySM0
dev/ttyS4
dev/ttyS2
dev/ttySM1
dev/ttyS5
For more information, see the MAK TIGER 3003 Service Manual, Section
"Serial interfaces".
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