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Barcode Positioning System BPS 8
Technical Description
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Table of contents
1
General information ........................................................................................................... 3
1.1
1.2
1.3
Explanation of symbols ........................................................................................................ 3
Declaration of conformity ..................................................................................................... 3
Description of the BPS 8 functions ...................................................................................... 4
2
Safety notices..................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
General safety notices ......................................................................................................... 5
Safety standards .................................................................................................................. 5
Intended use ........................................................................................................................ 5
Working safely ..................................................................................................................... 6
3
Commissioning steps at a glance .................................................................................... 8
4
Specifications BPS 8 ....................................................................................................... 11
4.1
4.2
4.3
General specifications BPS 8 ............................................................................................ 11
Dimensioned drawings....................................................................................................... 13
Electrical connection .......................................................................................................... 15
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
BPS 8 - PWR IN - Voltage supply, RS 232, Switching input/output ............................................ 17
MA 8-01 - PWR IN HOST/RS485 - Voltage supply and RS 485 ................................................. 17
MA 8-01 - SW IN/OUT - Switching input and switching output.................................................... 18
MA 8-01 - BPS - Connecting the BPS 8 to the MA 8-01.............................................................. 19
Connecting the RS 485 interface................................................................................................. 20
4.4
4.5
Description of the LED states ............................................................................................ 21
Reading field curves .......................................................................................................... 22
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Connector unit ................................................................................................................. 23
5.1
Modular connector unit MA 8-01 ........................................................................................ 23
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
General information ..................................................................................................................... 23
Specifications of the connector unit ............................................................................................. 23
Dimensioned drawings ................................................................................................................ 24
Electrical connection.................................................................................................................... 25
Termination of the RS 485 interface ............................................................................................ 25
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Barcode tape .................................................................................................................... 26
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
General information ........................................................................................................... 26
Specifications of the barcode tape ..................................................................................... 27
Mounting the barcode tape ................................................................................................ 28
Control barcodes................................................................................................................ 31
6.4.1
Controllable functions .................................................................................................................. 32
6.5
Repair kit ............................................................................................................................ 34
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Mounting ........................................................................................................................... 36
7.1
7.2
7.3
Mounting the BPS 8 ........................................................................................................... 36
Device arrangement........................................................................................................... 39
Mounting the barcode tape ................................................................................................ 40
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Device parameters and interfaces.................................................................................. 41
8.1
RS 232/RS 485 interface ................................................................................................... 41
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.1.4
8.1.5
8.1.6
General information......................................................................................................................41
Electrical connection ....................................................................................................................41
BPS Configuration Tool software .................................................................................................43
Service operating mode ...............................................................................................................48
Overview of the parameter structure ............................................................................................51
Detailed description of the tabs ....................................................................................................52
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Protocol types for position value output....................................................................... 64
9.1
Binary protocol type 1 ........................................................................................................ 64
9.1.1
9.1.2
Data format ..................................................................................................................................64
Telegram structure .......................................................................................................................64
9.2
Binary protocol type 2 ........................................................................................................ 73
9.2.1
9.2.2
Data format ..................................................................................................................................73
Telegram structure .......................................................................................................................73
9.3
Binary protocol type 3 ........................................................................................................ 81
9.3.1
9.3.2
Data format ..................................................................................................................................81
Telegram structure .......................................................................................................................81
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Diagnostics and troubleshooting................................................................................... 85
10.1
10.2
General causes of errors ................................................................................................... 85
Error on interface ............................................................................................................... 85
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Type overview and accessories ..................................................................................... 87
11.1
11.2
11.3
Type overview: BPS 8........................................................................................................ 87
Accessory: Modular connector unit.................................................................................... 87
Accessory: Cables ............................................................................................................. 87
11.3.1
Contact assignment of PWR IN connection cable........................................................................88
11.4
11.5
11.6
Accessory: Configuration software .................................................................................... 88
Accessory: Mounting device .............................................................................................. 88
Type overview: Barcode tape ............................................................................................ 88
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Maintenance ..................................................................................................................... 89
12.1
12.2
12.3
General Maintenance Information...................................................................................... 89
Repairs, servicing .............................................................................................................. 89
Disassembling, packing, disposing .................................................................................... 89
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Appendix........................................................................................................................... 90
13.1
EU Declaration of Conformity ............................................................................................ 90
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General information
1.1
Explanation of symbols
General information
The symbols used in this operating manual are explained below.
Attention!
This symbol appears before text passages which must absolutely be observed. Failure to
heed this information can lead to injuries to personnel or damage to the equipment.
Attention Laser!
This symbol warns of possible danger through hazardous laser radiation.
Notice!
This symbol indicates text passages containing important information.
Declaration of conformity
The barcode positioning system BPS 8 and the optional connector unit MA 8 have been
developed and manufactured under observation of the applicable European standards and
directives.
Notice!
A copy of all declarations of conformity available for the product can be found in the appendix of this manual (see chapter 13.1 "EU Declaration of Conformity" on page 90).
The manufacturer of the product, Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG in D-73277 Owen/Teck,
possesses a certified quality assurance system in accordance with ISO 9001.
ISO
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Description of the BPS 8 functions
The BPS 8 uses visible red laser light to determine its position relative to the barcode tape.
This essentially takes place in three steps:
1.
Reading a code on the barcode tape
2.
Determining the position of the read code in the scanning area of the scanning beam
3.
Calculating the position to within a millimetre using the code information and the code
position relative to the device's centre.
The position value is then output via the interface.
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Safety notices
2.1
General safety notices
Safety notices
Documentation
All entries in this technical description must be heeded, in particular those in section "Safety
notices". Keep this technical description in a safe place. It should be accessible at all times.
Safety regulations
Observe the locally applicable legal regulations and the rules of the employer's liability insurance association.
Repair
Repairs must only be carried out by the manufacturer or an authorised representative.
2.2
Safety standards
The BPS 8 series was developed, manufactured and tested in accordance with the applicable safety standards. It corresponds to the state of the art.
2.3
Intended use
The optional connector and interface unit MA 8-01 is intended for the easy connection of
barcode positioning systems of type BPS 8.
In particular, unauthorised uses include:
• rooms with explosive atmospheres
• operation for medical purposes
Attention!
The protection of personnel and the device is guaranteed only if the device is operated in a
manner corresponding to its intended use.
Areas of application
The barcode positioning system BPS 8 has been developed for positioning tasks in the
following areas of application:
•
•
•
•
Crane bridges and trolleys
Side-tracking skates
Telpher lines
Lifts
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The barcode positioning system of the BPS 8 device series is an optical measuring system
which uses visible red laser light to determine the position of the BPS relative to a permanently mounted barcode tape.
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Working safely
Attention!
Access to or changes on the device, except where expressly described in this operating
manual, are not authorised.
Safety regulations
Observe the locally applicable legal regulations and the rules of the employer's liability insurance association.
Qualified personnel
Mounting, commissioning and maintenance of the device may only be carried out by qualified personnel.
Electrical work must be carried out by a certified electrician.
Attention, laser radiation!
Warning: The barcode positioning system BPS 8 operates with a red light laser of
class 2 acc. to EN 60825-1. If you look into the beam path over a longer time period,
the retina of your eye may be damaged!
Never look directly into the beam path!
Do not point the laser beam of the BPS 8 at persons!
When mounting and aligning the BPS 8, avoid reflections of the laser beam off reflective surfaces!
Heed the laser safety regulations according to DIN EN 60825-1 in their most current
version! The output power of the laser beam at the reading window is at most 1.3mW
acc. to EN 60825-1.
The BPS 8 uses a laser diode with low power in the visible red light range with an
emitted wavelength of 650nm.
Attention!
CAUTION! The use of operating and adjusting devices other than those specified here
or carrying out of differing procedures may lead to dangerous exposure to radiation!
Notice!
It is important that you attach the stick-on labels supplied to the device (notice signs and laser emission symbol)! If the signs would be covered due to the installation situation of the
BPS 8, attach them close to the BPS 8 such that reading the notices cannot lead to looking
into the laser beam!
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The barcode positioning system BPS 8 is provided with the following warning notices on the
housing, as well as below and next to the reading window:
Attachment of the sticky labels with warning notices at the BPS 8
BPS 8
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Commissioning steps at a glance
Notice!
Below you will find a short description for the initial commissioning of the barcode positioning system BPS 8. Detailed explanations for all listed points can be found throughout
the manual.
➀
Mechanical design
Mounting the barcode tape
The barcode tape is to be affixed without tension to a dust- and grease-free mounting
surface.
➔ chapter 6.3 on page 28
Mounting the BPS 8 device
There are two different types of mounting arrangements for the BPS 8:
1.
2.
Directly, using the two through holes in the housing.
Using a mounting device (BT 8-01) on the through holes.
Notice!
The installation dimensions listed in figure 3.1 and figure 3.2 must absolutely be adhered to.
Optically, it must be ensured that the scanner has an unobstructed view of the barcode tape
at all times. ➔ chapter 7.2 on page 39
BPS 8 SM 102
Barcode tape
Pitch of scanning beam
10˚
α
Reference plane
BT 8-01
40 mm
Read distance
Pitch of scanning beam:
α = 10° for a tape height of 47mm
α = 5° for a tape height of 30mm or 25mm
Figure 3.1:
Beam exit and device arrangement for the BPS 8 SM 102
Notice!
When mounting, consider the angle of inclination α of
10° for a barcode tape height of 47mm,
5° for a barcode tape height of 30mm, or 25mm
in the vertical direction, and the working range of the reading field curve.
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Pitch of scanning beam
X
Barcode tape
15˚
Reference plane
51
α
BPS 8 SM 100
Read distance
17,4
Pitch of scanning beam:
Read distance
α = 10° for a tape height of 47mm
α = 5° for a tape height of 30mm or 25mm Height X
Figure 3.2:
60
16
70
19
80
21
90 100 110 120
24 27 29 32
Beam exit and device arrangement for the BPS 8 SM 100
Notice!
When mounting, consider the angle of inclination α of
10° for a barcode tape height of 47mm,
5° for a barcode tape height of 30mm, or 25mm
in the vertical direction, and the working range of the reading field curve.
Attention!
For the position calculation, the scanning beam of the BPS 8 must be incident on the barcode tape without interruption. Ensure that the scanning beam is always incident on the barcode tape when the system is moving.
Connecting voltage supply and interface
➁
Connecting the voltage supply/RS 232 directly at the BPS 8
The voltage supply and the RS 232 interface are connected via the M12 connection PWR IN
at the BPS 8.
Plug
(A-coded)
RXD
4
3
1
2
GND
SWIN/SWOUT 5
VIN
TXD
PWR IN
Figure 3.3:
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➔ chapter 7.1 on page 36
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➂
Connecting the voltage supply/RS 485 at the MA 8-01
The BPS 8 is connected to the MA 8-01 via the connection cable KB 008-1000AA. The
voltage supply and the RS 485 interface are connected to the MA 8-01 via the M12
connector PWR IN HOST/RS485.
Socket
(A-coded)
RXD
4
1
Socket
(A-coded)
VIN SWIN
SWIN/SWOUT 5
3
2
3
SWOUT
4
3
1
2
GND
FE 5
VIN
B (N)
PWR IN
HOST/RS485
BPS 8 - Connection of voltage supply and RS 485 at the MA 8-01
Connecting the switching input / switching output at the MA 8-01
The switching input and the switching output are connected via the M12 connection SW IN/
OUT at the MA 8-01.
RXD
4
1
3
2
Socket
(A-coded)
VIN SWIN
GND
1
3
2
Plug
(A-coded)
VOUT
A (P)
TXD GND
BPS
Figure 3.5:
4
FE 5
SWIN/SWOUT 5
SWOUT
SW IN/OUT
4
3
1
2
GND
FE 5
VIN
B (N)
PWR IN
HOST/RS485
BPS 8 - Connection of switching input/output at the MA 8-01
Connecting the BPS 8 to the MA 8-01
The BPS 8 is connected to the MA 8-01 via the connection cable KB 008-1000AA. The
connection to the MA 8-01 is made via the M12 connector BPS.
Socket
(A-coded)
RXD
4
1
3
2
SWIN/SWOUT 5
VIN SWIN
4
1
3
2
Plug
(A-coded)
VOUT
A (P)
TXD GND
BPS
Figure 3.6:
Socket
(A-coded)
FE 5
GND
10
2
SW IN/OUT
Socket
(A-coded)
➄
VOUT
A (P)
TXD GND
BPS
➃
1
FE 5
GND
Figure 3.4:
4
Plug
(A-coded)
SWOUT
SW IN/OUT
4
3
1
2
GND
FE 5
VIN
B (N)
PWR IN
HOST/RS485
BPS 8 - Connection to the MA 8-01
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General specifications BPS 8
Measurement data
Reproducible accuracy
Integration time
Measurement value output
Working range
Max. traverse rate
Electrical data
Interface type
Service interface
Switching input / output
LED green
Operating voltage
Power consumption
Mechanical data
Protection class
Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Housing
Environmental data
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Air humidity
Vibration
Shock
Continuous shock
Electromagnetic compatibility
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laser diode 650nm
by means of rotating polygon mirror wheel
see reading field (figure 4.12 and figure 4.13 on page 22)
glass with scratch-resistant Indium coating
2 acc. to EN 60825-1,
II acc. to CDRH (U.S. 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11)
±1 (2)mm
26.6 (13.3)ms
3.3ms (300 values/s)
BPS 8 SM 102: 80 … 140mm
BPS 8 SM 100: 60 … 120mm
4m/s
RS 232, RS 485 in combination with MA 8-01
RS 232 directly at the BPS 8, RS 485 via MA 8-01,
with default data format,
9600Bd, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit
1 switching input, 1 switching output, both programmable,
in combination with MA 8-01 only
device ready (Power On)
BPS 8:
4.9 … 5.4VDC
with MA 8-01: 10 … 30VDC
BPS 8:
1.5W
with MA 8-01: max. 2W
IP 67
70g
48 x 40.3 x 15mm
diecast zinc
0°C … +40°C
-20°C … +60°C
max. 90% rel. humidity, non-condensing
IEC 60068-2-6, test FC
IEC 60068-2-27, test Ea
IEC 60068-2-29, test Eb
EN 55022, EN 55024, EN 61000-4-2, -3, -4 and -6,
EN 61000-6-2 and -3)
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Optical data
Light source
Beam deflection
Reading distance
Optical window
Laser safety class
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Specifications BPS 8
Barcode tape
Max. length
(measurement length)
Ambient temperature
Mech. properties
1)
-40°C … +120°C
scratch and wipe resistant, UV resistant,
moisture resistant, partly chemical resistant
Depends on the transmission protocol and on the configured resolution.
Table 4.1:
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General specifications
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Specifications BPS 8
Dimensioned drawings
BPS 8 SM 102-01 with beam exit at the front
Thread depth:
3mm
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Thread depth:
3mm
B1 B2
A
B
C
D
Figure 4.2:
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Indicator LEDs (B1: status LED, B2: decode LED)
Scanning beam
Optical axis
Dimensioned drawing BPS 8 SM 102-01
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BPS 8 SM 100-01 with lateral beam exit
Thread depth:
3mm
Thread depth:
3mm
B1 B2
A
B
C
D
Figure 4.3:
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Indicator LEDs (B1: status LED, B2: decode LED)
Scanning beam
Optical axis
Dimensioned drawing BPS 8 SM 100-01
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Specifications BPS 8
Electrical connection
The BPS 8 is connected to the MA 8-01 via the M12 cable KB 008-… . For the locations of
the individual device connections, please refer to the device detail shown in figure 4.4.
The corresponding mating connectors and ready-made cables are available as accessories
for all connections. For additional information, refer to chapter 11 starting on page 87.
Attention!
Connection of the device and cleaning must only be carried out by a qualified electrician.
If faults cannot be corrected, the device should be removed from operation and protected
against possible use.
Before connecting the device, be sure that the supply voltage agrees with the respective values printed on the name plates of the BPS 8 or the MA 8-01.
The power supply unit for the generation of the supply voltage for the BPS 8 and the respective connector units must have a secure electrical insulation through double insulation and
safety transformers according to EN 60742 (corresponds to IEC 60742).
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Be sure that the functional earth is connected correctly. Error-free operation is only guaranteed if the device is connected to functional earth.
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All dimensions in mm
PWR IN HOST/RS485
SW IN/OUT
BPS
= Voltage supply/RS 485 host interface
= Switching input/output
= Connection to BPS 8
Notice!
The SW IN/OUT connection is sealed with a thread plug upon delivery.
Socket
(A-coded)
RXD
4
1
SWIN/SWOUT 5
VIN SWIN
4
1
Plug
(A-coded)
VOUT
A (P)
FE 5
3
2
GND
3
TXD GND
BPS
Figure 4.4:
Socket
(A-coded)
2
SWOUT
SW IN/OUT
4
3
1
2
GND
FE 5
VIN
B (N)
PWR IN
HOST/RS485
Connection assignment MA 8-01
Attention!
Protection class IP 67 is achieved only if the connectors and caps are screwed into place!
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Specifications BPS 8
BPS 8 - PWR IN - Voltage supply, RS 232, Switching input/output
PWR IN (5-pin plug, A-coded)
Pin
RXD
4
3
1
2
GND
SWIN/SWOUT 5
VIN
TXD
PWR IN
M12 plug
(A-coded)
Remark
1
VIN
Positive supply voltage: +4.9 … +5.4VDC
2
TXD
Transmission line RS 232
3
GND
Supply voltage 0VDC
4
RXD
Receiving line RS 232
5
Thread
Figure 4.5:
Name
SWIN/
Programmable switching input/output
SWOUT
FE
Functional earth (housing)
BPS 8 - Connection assignment PWR IN
Notice!
The switching input/switching output are programmed via the parameters in the configuration software BPS Configuration Tool in the tabs Sensor and Switch. For more information
see chapter 8.1.6.4 and chapter 8.1.6.5, from page 60 onwards.
Attention!
Protection class IP 67 is achieved only if the connectors and caps are screwed into place!
4.3.2
MA 8-01 - PWR IN HOST/RS485 - Voltage supply and RS 485
A (P)
4
3
1
2
GND
FE 5
VIN
B (N)
PWR IN
HOST/RS485
M12 plug
(A-coded)
Figure 4.6:
Pin
Name
1
VIN
Positive supply voltage: +10 … +30VDC
2
B (N)
RS 485 Receive/transmit data B-line (N)
3
GND
Supply voltage 0VDC
4
A (P)
Receive/transmit data A-line (P)
5
FE
Functional earth
Thread
FE
Functional earth (housing)
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PWR IN HOST/RS485 (5-pin plug, A-coded)
Remark
MA 8-01 - Connection assignment PWR IN HOST/RS485
Attention!
Protection class IP 67 is achieved only if the connectors and caps are screwed into place!
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4.3.3
MA 8-01 - SW IN/OUT - Switching input and switching output
SW IN/OUT (5-pin socket, A-coded)
SWIN
4
1
3
2
VOUT
FE 5
GND
Name
1
VOUT
2
SWOUT
SW IN/OUT
M12 socket
(A-coded)
Figure 4.7:
Pin
Remark
Voltage supply for sensors
(VOUT identical to VIN at PWR IN)
SWOUT Switching output
3
GND
GND for the sensors
4
SWIN
Switching input
5
FE
Functional earth
Thread
FE
Functional earth (housing)
MA 8-01 - Connection assignment SW IN/OUT
Attention!
Protection class IP 67 is achieved only if the connectors and caps are screwed into place!
Notice!
The switching input/switching output are programmed via the parameters in the configuration software BPS Configuration Tool in the tabs Sensor and Switch. For more information
see chapter 8.1.6.4 and chapter 8.1.6.5, from page 60 onwards.
Attention!
If you use a sensor with a standard M12 connector, then please note the following:
Use only sensors on which the switching output does not lie on pin 2 or sensor cables
on which pin 2 is not assigned. Otherwise, the switching output is not protected against
feedback on the switching input. If the inverted sensor output lies on pin 2, erroneous behaviour of the switching output will result.
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Connecting the switching input / switching output
The MA 8-01 is provided with a switching input and a switching output. The connection of
switching input / switching output is carried out according to figure 4.8.
Connector SW IN/OUT
4
SWIN
1
V OUT
2
SW OUT
3
GND
5
PE
1
V IN
3
GND IN
A
Sensor
max.
100 mA
Connector PWR
Figure 4.8:
4.3.4
Connection of the switching input/output of the MA 8-01
MA 8-01 - BPS - Connecting the BPS 8 to the MA 8-01
BPS (5-pin socket, A-coded)
4
1
3
2
VIN
SWIN/SWOUT 5
GND
TXD
BPS
M12 socket
(A-coded)
Figure 4.9:
Pin
Name
1
VIN
Supply voltage for BPS 8
+4.9 … +5.4VDC
2
TXD
Transmission line RS 232
3
GND
Supply voltage 0VDC
4
RXD
Receiving line RS 232
5
Thread
Remark
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RXD
SWIN/ Programmable switching input/output of the
SWOUT BPS 8
FE
Functional earth (housing)
MA 8-01 - Connection assignment BPS
Attention!
Protection class IP 67 is achieved only if the connectors and caps are screwed into place!
The BPS 8 is connected to the MA 8-01 via the connection cable KB 008-1000/2000/3000
(AA/AR). The voltage supply is connected via the PWR IN HOST/RS485 socket.
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Attention!
It is absolutely necessary to connect functional earth, since all electrical interference (EM
pick-up) is discharged via the functional earth connection.
The voltage for the MA 8-01 is supplied via the connection cable KB 008-10000/5000/3000
(A/R).
Contact assignment of KB 008-10000/5000/3000 (A/R)
PWR connection cable (5-pin socket, A-coded)
GND
3
4
A (P)
FE 5
2
1
B (N)
VIN
M12 socket
(A-coded)
Pin
Name
Core colour
1
VIN
brown
2
B (N)
white
3
GND
blue
4
A (P)
black
5
FE
grey
Thread
FE
Shield
Figure 4.10: Contact assignment of KB 008-10000/5000/3000 (A/R)
4.3.5
Connecting the RS 485 interface
The RS 485 interface is connected to pins 2 and 4 of the M12 connector PWR IN HOST/
RS485 at the MA 8-01.
PWR IN HOST/RS485 (5-pin plug, A-coded)
A (P)
4
3
GND
FE 5
1
2
VIN
B (N)
PWR IN
HOST/RS485
M12 plug
(A-coded)
Pin
Name
1
VIN
Positive supply voltage: +10 … +30VDC
Remark
2
B (N)
RS 485 Receive/transmit data B-line (N)
3
GND
Supply voltage 0VDC
4
A (P)
Receive/transmit data A-line (P)
5
FE
Functional earth
Thread
FE
Functional earth (housing)
Figure 4.11: MA 8-01 - Connection assignment PWR IN HOST/RS485
Notice!
The entire connection cable must be shielded and earthed.
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Specifications BPS 8
Attention!
It is absolutely necessary to connect functional earth, since all electrical interference (EM
pick-up) is discharged via the functional earth connection.
Connecting functional earth FE
• BPS 8 without cable KB 008-10000/5000/3000 (A/R):
connect FE to the BPS 8 housing and the cable shield!
• BPS 8 with cable KB 008-10000/5000/3000 (A/R):
connect FE to the shield!
• BPS 8 with cable KB 008-3000/2000/1000 (AA/AR) and MA 8-01:
connect FE to voltage supply shield to MA 8-01 or connect the functional earth to
pin 5 of the PWR IN connector!
Wire Lengths and Shielding
The following maximum lengths for wires and the type of shielding to be used must be
observed:
Connection
Max. wire length
Shielding
BPS 8 - Service
RS 232
10m
absolutely required, shield
meshing
BPS 8/MA 8-01 - Host
RS 485
25m
absolutely required, shielded
Switching input
10m
not necessary
Switching output
10m
not necessary
Description of the LED states
Two 3-colour-LEDs at the top of the BPS 8 case show the device and reading status (see
dimensioned drawings from page 13 onwards).
LED
B1
Status LED
(B1)
B2
Decode LED
(B2)
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State
Meaning
Off
No supply voltage
Green, flashing
Device initialisation
Green, continuous light
Ready for operation
Red, flashing
Warning
Red, continuous light
Error, no function possible
Orange, flashing
Service operation active
Off
Positioning deactivated
Green, continuous light
Positioning running (position value valid)
Red, continuous light
Positioning running (position value invalid)
Orange, continuous light
Positioning running (marker label detected)
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Specifications BPS 8
4.5
Reading field curves
BPS 8 SM 102 with beam exit at the front
70
60
50
40
Reading field width [mm]
30
20
10
Working range
BPS 8 SM 102
0
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
0
10 20
30
40 50
60
70 80
90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170
Read distance [mm]
Figure 4.12: Reading field curve BPS 8 SM 102 with beam exit at the front
BPS 8 SM 100 with lateral beam exit
70
60
50
Reading field width [mm]
40
30
20
10
Working range
BPS 8 SM 100
0
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
0
10 20
30
40 50
60
70 80
90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170
Read distance [mm]
Figure 4.13: Reading field curve BPS 8 SM 100 with lateral beam exit
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Connector unit
5.1
Modular connector unit MA 8-01
Using the RS 485 interface in a BPS 8 system always requires a MA 8-01 connector unit.
The connector unit is not only used to connect to the supply voltage and the RS 485 interface, it also permits a switching input and switching output to be connected via a standard
sensor connector, and connection to the BPS 8 system via ready-made cables.
5.1.1
General information
The modular connector unit is an indispensable accessory when connecting a BPS 8 to an
RS 485 interface. The RS 485 interface, the switching input and the switching output are all
connected to the MA 8-01. It also supplies voltage to the BPS 8.
MA 8-01
The MA 8-01 offers the following interfaces:
• M12 connection for RS 485 interface HOST/RS485
• M12 connection for voltage supply PWR IN
• M12 connection for switching input and switching output SW IN/OUT
• M12 connection for BPS 8 BPS
Specifications of the connector unit
Mechanical data
Protection class
Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Housing
Connection type
Environmental data
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Air humidity
Standards applied
Electromagnetic compatibility
1)
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70g
86 x 30 x 25mm
plastic
M12 connectors
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5.1.2
0°C … +50°C
-30°C … +80°C
max. 90% rel. humidity, non-condensing
IEC 801
EN 55022, EN 61000-4-2, -3, -4 and -6, EN 61326-1,
CISPR 22, class B, ITE
FCC Part 15, Class B, ITE
with M12 connectors/caps screwed into place
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5.1.3
Dimensioned drawings
MA 8-01
A
RXD
4
1
SWIN/SWOUT 5
VIN SWIN
3
2
24
1
VOUT
A (P)
3
TXD GND
BPS
Figure 5.1:
4
FE 5
GND
A
B
B
2
SWOUT
SW IN/OUT
4
3
1
2
GND
FE 5
VIN
B (N)
PWR IN
HOST/RS485
M12 socket, 5-pin, A-coded
M12 plug, 5-pin, A-coded
Dimensioned drawing and position/designation of the MA 8-01 connectors
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Connector unit
Electrical connection
Electrical data
Interface type
Service interface
RS 485
without MA 8-01 connected:
RS 232 with default data format,
9600Bd, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit
with MA 8-01 connected:
RS 485 replaces RS 232
Switching input / output 1 switching input, 1 switching output, each is programmable
Switching input:
10 … 30VDC
Switching output:
Imax = 100mA
output voltage = operating voltage
Operating voltage
10 … 30VDC
Power consumption
max. 0.5W
5.1.5
Termination of the RS 485 interface
A permanently installed termination network is present in the MA 8-01. The network terminates the outgoing RS 485 data interface, as shown in figure 5.2, and cannot be switched
off.
5V
330 Ω
RS 485 Receive/transmit data
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RS 485 A
A-line (P), pin 2
330 Ω
RS 485 B
RS 485 Receive/transmit data
B-line (N), pin 4
330 Ω
GND
Figure 5.2:
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Termination of the RS 485 interface in the MA 8-01
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Barcode tape
6.1
General information
The barcode tape (BCT) is delivered on a roll. A roll contains up to 200m of BCT, with the
wrapping direction from the outside to the inside (smallest number on the outside). If a BCT
is ordered which is considerably longer than 200m, the total length is divided into rolls of
200m each (see chapter 11.6 "Type overview: Barcode tape" on page 88).
Figure 6.1:
Roll with barcode tape
Features:
•
•
•
•
Robust and durable polyester adhesive tape
High dimensional stability
Max. length 10'000m
Self-adhesive, high adhesive strength
Notice!
Unlike the BPS 3x systems, the BPS 8 is optimised for a barcode tape with position labels
in a 30mm grid.
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Specifications of the barcode tape
Dimensions
Standard height
Length
Construction
Manufacturing process
Surface protection
Base material
Adhesive
Adhesive thickness
Adhesive strength
(average values)
Environmental data
Recom. processing temperature
Temperature resistance
Dimensional stability
Curing
Tearing resistance
Elongation at tear
Weathering resistance
Chemical resistance
(tested at 23°C for 24h)
Behaviour in fire
Mounting surface
Table 6.2:
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47 mm, or 30mm and 25mm
0 … 5m, 0 … 10m, 0 … 20m, …, 0 … 150m, 0 … 200m,
special lengths and special codings for lengths from
150m, for details see order guide in chapter 11.6, page 88
Filmsetting
Polyester, matt
Polyester film, affixed without silicone
Acrylate adhesive
0.1mm
on aluminium:
25N/25mm
on steel:
25N/25mm
on polycarbonate: 22N/25mm
on polypropylene: 20N/25mm
0°C … +45°C
-40°C … +120°C
no shrinkage, tested according to DIN 30646
final curing after 72h, the position can be detected immediately by the BPS 8 after the BCT is affixed
150N
min. 80%, tested in accordance with DIN 50014,
DIN 51220
UV-light, humidity,
salt spray (150h/5%)
transformer oil, diesel oil, white spirit, heptane,
ethylene glycol (1:1)
self-extinguishing after 15s, does not drip
grease-free, dry, clean, smooth
Specifications of the barcode tape
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6.3
Mounting the barcode tape
To prevent deposits of dirt from forming, it is recommended that the BCT be affixed vertically, possibly below a roof-like cover. If the application does not permit this, permanent
cleaning of the BCT by on-board cleaning devices such as brushes or sponges is not
permitted in any case. Permanent on-board cleaning devices polish the BCT and give it a
glossy finish. The read quality deteriorates as a result.
Notice!
When mounting the BCT, it must be ensured that neither strong sources of extraneous light
nor reflections of the base on which the BCT is affixed occur in the area of the scanning
beam.
The recommended interruption points on the BCT are at the provided cut marks.
Cut mark
Figure 6.3:
Cut mark on the barcode tape
Notice!
Cutting the BCT and affixing the tape so that a gap forms which is so large that a label can
no longer be reliably detected in the scanning beam results in double positions during the
position calculation of the BPS. The gap must not be greater than the distance from one cut
mark to the next (max. one label).
max. 30 mm
Gap
009993
009996
009999
010002
010005
Cut mark
Figure 6.4:
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Gap in the cut barcode tape
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Barcode tape
Procedure:
Notice!
If the barcode tape was damaged, e.g. by falling parts, a repair kit for the BCB 8 with a raster
of 30mm can be downloaded from the Internet (www.leuze.de -> Download -> identify ->
Optical barcode positioning -> Repair Kit for Barcode Tape BPS 8).
Notice!
You can also view a video which illustrates how to affix the barcode tape on the Internet at
www.leuze.de -> Download -> identify -> Optical barcode positioning -> Videos -> How
to mount… .
Attention!
Barcode tapes with different value ranges may not directly follow one another. If the value
ranges are different, the gap between the two BCTs must be greater than the detection
range of the scanning beam or control barcodes must be used (for further information see
chapter 6.4 on page 31).
Notice!
When working with the BCT in cold warehouses, it should be ensured that the BCT be affixed before the warehouse is cooled. However, if it should be necessary to affix the BCT at
temperatures outside of the specified processing temperature, please make certain that the
bonding surface as well as the BCT are at the processing temperature.
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• Examine the mounting surface. It must be flat, without warping, free of grease and
dust, and dry.
• Define a reference edge (e.g. metal edge of the busbar)
• Remove the backing and affix the BCT along the reference edge tension free.
Secure the BCT to the mounting surface by pressing down with the palm of your
hand. When affixing, make certain that the BCT is free of folds and creases and that
no air pockets form.
• Never pull the BCT. Because this is a plastic tape, forceful pulling may stretch it. This
results in a distortion of the measurement units on the tape. While the BPS 8 can still
perform the position calculation, the accuracy in this case is no longer ensured. If the
values are taught using a teach-in process, distortions are irrelevant.
• Expansion joints with widths up to several millimetres can simply be covered with the
barcode tape. The tape must not be interrupted at this location.
• Protruding screw heads can simply be taped over. Cut out the bar code which covers
the screw head at the cut marks.
• If the application dictates the necessity of a gap, the tape is to be affixed over this gap
and the affected cut marks cut out. If the gap is small enough that the scanning beam
can detect the label to the left or to the right of the gap, measurement values are
delivered without interruption. If the scanning beam cannot scan a label completely,
the BPS 8 outputs a "tape error" message. As soon as the BPS 8 can scan a complete label again, it calculates the next position value.
• The maximum gap between two barcode positions without affecting the measurement
value is 30mm.
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Notice!
When working with BCT in curves, the BCT should only be partially cut at the cut mark and
affixed along the curve like a fan; it must also be ensured that the BCT is affixed without tension (see figure 6.5).
009990
009993
009996
009
999
010
002
01
00
Figure 6.5:
30
05
Partial cutting of the barcode tape in curves
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Barcode tape
Control barcodes
With the aid of control barcodes, which are simply affixed over the barcode tape at the
necessary locations, functions can be activated and deactivated in the BPS 8.
Notice!
The control of functions using control barcodes is a new feature of the BPS 8. The implementation of additional control options via control barcodes is in preparation.
Structure of the control barcode
The control barcodes utilise code type Code128 with character set B; the position barcodes,
on the other hand, utilise Code128 with character set C. Code128 with character set B
enables the display of all letters and numbers in the ASCII character set.
System arrangement
Control barcode
009993
009999
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009990
The control barcode is decoded in the
scans
which are marked with this symbol
Figure 6.6:
System arrangement of control barcodes
The control barcode is affixed either within one or between two barcode tapes in such a way
that one position barcode is replaced or two barcode tapes are seamlessly connected to one
another.
Attention!
It must be ensured that only one control barcode is located in the scanning beam at any one
time. Thus, the minimum distance between two control barcodes is determined by the distance between the BPS and barcode tape and the resulting length of the scanning beam.
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For error-free function, when using control barcodes it must absolutely be ensured that the
distance between the BPS and barcode tape is selected large enough. The scanning beam
of the BPS should cover three or more barcodes; this is ensured at a distance which lies in
the working range of the reading field curve.
The control barcodes are simply affixed over the existing tape. When affixing the control
barcodes, make certain to cover entire barcodes to ensure that a barcode spacing of 3cm
is maintained.
Control barcode correctly affixed on the
barcode tape
009990
009993
009996
009999
Control barcode incorrectly affixed on
the barcode tape
009990
Figure 6.7:
6.4.1
009993
009996
009999
Correct positioning of the control barcode
Controllable functions
Measurement value switching between 2 barcode tapes with different value
ranges
The "MVS" control barcode is used to switch between two barcode tapes. The end of one
tape and the start of the next can end and begin, respectively, with completely different position barcodes. If the centre of the BPS 8 reaches the transition point of the control barcode,
the device switches to the second tape, provided the next position label is in its scanning
beam. As a result, the output position can always be uniquely associated with one tape.
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Figure 6.8:
Barcode tape
"MVS" control barcode for switching between tapes
Use of the "MVS" control barcode for switching between tapes is not direction-dependent.
This means that it functions for switching from tape 1 to tape 2 and vice versa.
BPS centre
+ hysteresis
± 5mm
Centre of control
label
Scanning
beam
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Positions values
Direction of movement
14997
9996
Measurements
Figure 6.9:
Switching position with the "MVS" control barcode
If the "MVS" label is passed over, the new tape value is always output relative to the centre
of the device or label (see figure 6.9). In this situation, the hysteresis of ±5mm is irrelevant.
However, if the direction is changed after stopping within the hysteresis on the label "MVS",
a switch to the previous tape value is being made, using the specified hysteresis.
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Notice!
When affixing the BCT in a system in which the end of one BCT meets the start of another
BCT (position value X with position value 0), ensure that position labels 0 … 9 are not used.
This means that position label 12 must be the first label used on the continuing barcode tape.
If this correction is not carried out, negative values may be calculated.
Notice!
If only the "MVS" label is read within the scanning beam, the scanning beam must not be
interrupted during the read operation until the scanner can again read a complete position
label.
If only the "MVS" label is located in the scanning beam, the voltage on the BPS 8 must not
be switched off. Otherwise the BPS 8 will return a position value of zero when the voltage is
switched back on.
Moreover, the scanner must not be configured while in this position. Otherwise, a value of
zero is output as long as no position label is present in the scanning beam due to the fact
that the scanning beam is switched off during configuration.
6.5
Repair kit
Notice!
If the barcode tape was damaged, e.g. by falling parts, a repair kit for the BCB 8 with a raster
of 30mm can be downloaded from the Internet (www.leuze.de -> Download -> identify ->
Optical barcode positioning -> Repair Kit for Barcode Tape BPS 8).
In these 6 files you will find all code information for a tape with lengths of 0 … 500m,
500 … 1000m, 1000 … 1500m … 2500 … 3000m. 0.9m of barcode tape is provided on
each A4 sheet. The 0.9 metres are divided into 5 lines of 18cm each, with 6 code information segments of 3cm each.
Procedure when replacing the defective area:
1.
2.
3.
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Print out the area determined to be defective
Affix the printed area over the defective location
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Barcode tape
Important note for printing:
3.
4.
Select only those pages that are actually required.
Change the printer settings so that the code is not distorted.
Suggestion for printer settings, see figure 6.10.
Verify the printing result by measuring the distance between two codes (see
figure 6.11).
Cut the code strips and concatenate them. It is important that the code content
always increases or decreases in blocks of 30mm.
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1.
2.
Figure 6.10: Printer settings for BCT repair kit
30 mm
009990
009993
009996
009999
010002
010005
Figure 6.11: Checking the print results of the BCT repair kit
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Mounting
7.1
Mounting the BPS 8
There are two different types of mounting arrangements for the BPS 8:
1.
2.
Directly, using the two through holes in the housing.
Using a mounting device (BT 8-01) on the through holes.
BPS 8 SM 102
BPS 8 SM 100
Through holes
∅ 4.4
for fastening
M12 round connectors,
turning
Through holes
∅ 4.4
for fastening
M12 round connectors,
turning
Reading window with
beam exit on the side
Reading window with
beam exit at the front
Two M4 fastening threads at the rear and bottom side of the device
Figure 7.1:
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BT 8-01 mounting device
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The BT 8-01 mounting device is available for mounting the BPS 8 using the two through
holes. It is intended for attachment via two M4 screws. For ordering instructions, please refer
to chapter 11.5 on page 88.
A
B
C
D
Figure 7.2:
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Reference plane for a barcode tape height of 47mm
Attachment holes for a barcode tape height of 47mm
Reference plane for a barcode tape height of 30mm and 25mm
Attachment holes for a barcode tape height of 30mm and 25mm
BT 8-01 mounting device
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BPS 8 system components
Figure 7.3:
BPS 8 system components
Notice!
When mounting, consider the angle of inclination of
10° for a tape height of 47mm,
5° for a tape height of 30mm, or 25mm,
in the vertical direction, and the working range of the reading field curve.
Attention!
For the position calculation, the scanning beam of the BPS 8 must be incident on the barcode tape without interruption. Ensure that the scanning beam is always incident on the barcode tape when the system is moving.
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7.2
Mounting
Device arrangement
Selecting a mounting location
In order to select the right mounting location, several factors must be considered:
• The scanning range determined from the scanning curve must be adhered to at all
locations where a position determination is to be made
• The BPS should be mounted at an angle of 10° (depending on the tape height, see
notice on page 38) in the horizontal axis relative to the barcode tape to ensure continued reliable positioning results even in the event of soiling of the barcode tape.
• On the BPS 8, the beam is not emitted perpendicular to the cover of the housing, but
with an angle of about 3.5° towards the bottom. To achieve a total pitch of 10°, the
mounting bracket MA 8-01 has an angle of about 6.5°. This angle is intended to prevent total reflection on the barcode tape. With the angles integrated into the BT 8-01,
the BPS 8 can be mounted in parallel to the barcode tape in the read distance
required.
BPS 8 SM 102
Barcode tape
Pitch of scanning beam
10˚
α
Reference plane
BT 8-01
Read distance
40 mm
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Pitch of scanning beam:
α = 10° for a tape height of 47mm
α = 5° for a tape height of 30mm or 25mm
Beam exit and device arrangement of the BPS 8 SM 102
Pitch of scanning beam
X
Barcode tape
15˚
Reference plane
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α
BPS 8 SM 100
Read distance
Pitch of scanning beam:
α = 10° for a tape height of 47mm
α = 5° for a tape height of 30mm or 25mm
Figure 7.5:
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Read distance
Height X
60
16
70
19
80
21
90 100 110 120
24 27 29 32
Beam exit and device arrangement for the BPS 8 SM 100
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Notice!
The BPS 8 has to be mounted in such a way that
• the BPS is guided parallel to the tape.
• the permitted working range is not exited.
Mounting location
! When selecting a mounting location, pay attention to
• maintaining the required environmental conditions (non-condensing, temperature),
• possible soiling of the reading window due to liquids, abrasion by boxes, or packaging
material residues.
Mounting outdoors
When mounting outdoors, also observe the following points:
• mount in such a way that the device is protected from relative wind; mount additional
shields if necessary.
• when using outdoors, we recommend mounting in an additional protective housing.
Notice!
When installing the BPS 8 in a protective housing, it must be ensured that the scanning
beam can exit the protective housing without obstruction.
7.3
Mounting the barcode tape
The BPS 8 and barcode tape combination is mounted in such a way that the scanning beam
is unobstructed and is incident on the barcode tape as described in figure 7.4 on page 39.
Notice!
For further information on mounting the barcode tape, please refer to chapter 6.3 on
page 28.
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Device parameters and interfaces
8.1
RS 232/RS 485 interface
8.1.1
General information
The BPS 8 system is supplied with an RS 232 interface. Using the MA 8-01 permits this to
be replaced by an RS 485 interface. All settings regarding the protocols and device parameters may be configured according to customer specifications using the
BPS Configuration Tool software.
Notice!
The BPS Configuration Tool can be downloaded from the Leuze Homepage at
www.leuze.de -> under the heading Download -> identify -> Optical barcode positioning.
8.1.2
Electrical connection
Connecting the voltage supply/RS 232 directly at the BPS 8
PWR IN (5-pin plug, A-coded)
4
3
GND
SWIN/SWOUT 5
1
2
VIN
TXD
PWR IN
M12 plug
(A-coded)
Pin
Name
1
VIN
Positive supply voltage: +4.9 … +5.4VDC
2
TXD
Transmission line RS 232
3
GND
Supply voltage 0VDC
RXD
Receiving line RS 232
4
5
Thread
Figure 8.1:
Remark
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RXD
SWIN/
Programmable switching input/output
SWOUT
FE
Functional earth (housing)
BPS 8 - Connection assignment PWR IN
Attention!
Protection class IP 67 is achieved only if the connectors and caps are screwed into place!
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Connecting the voltage supply/RS 485 at the MA 8-01
PWR IN HOST/RS485 (5-pin plug, A-coded)
Pin
A (P)
4
3
GND
FE 5
1
2
VIN
B (N)
PWR IN
HOST/RS485
M12 plug
(A-coded)
Figure 8.2:
Name
Remark
1
VIN
Positive supply voltage: +10 … +30VDC
2
B (N)
RS 485 Receive/transmit data B-line (N)
3
GND
Supply voltage 0VDC
4
A (P)
Receive/transmit data A-line (P)
5
FE
Functional earth
Thread
FE
Functional earth (housing)
MA 8-01 - Connection assignment PWR IN HOST/RS485
Attention!
Protection class IP 67 is achieved only if the connectors and caps are screwed into place!
Notice!
For connection of the voltage supply and interface, we recommend our ready-made cables.
For further information, see chapter 11.3 on page 87.
Attention!
Before connecting the device, be sure that the supply voltage agrees with the specified value.
Connection of the device and cleaning must only be carried out by a qualified electrician.
The power supply unit for the generation of the supply voltage for the BPS 8 and the respective connector unit must have a secure electrical insulation through double insulation and
safety transformers according to EN 60742 (corresponds to IEC 60742).
Be sure that the functional earth is connected correctly. Error-free operation is only guaranteed if the device is connected to functional earth.
If faults cannot be corrected, the device should be removed from operation and protected
against possible use.
To then further isolate the error, proceed as described in chapter 10 on page 85.
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Device parameters and interfaces
BPS Configuration Tool software
8.1.3.1 Installing the "BPS Configuration Tool" software
! Insert the installation CD into your drive
(also available as download on the Internet under www.leuze.de).
! Call up the installation file (e.g. Setup.exe)
! Select the language for your installation.
The following window appears:
Figure 8.3:
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! Confirm the following licence agreement and select the installation path in the following
window:
Figure 8.4:
Installation directory
! Confirm your entry with Next, then follow the installation routine.
For further details please refer to online help of the "BPS Configuration Tool" software.
! After the successful installation, double-click on the BPS Configuration Tool icon to
activate the configuration program.
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8.1.3.2 Brief manual for the BPS Configuration Tool
General information
The BPS Configuration Tool program was developed as a convenient user-friendly tool to
operate all common Leuze BPS systems.
To install the tool, double click on the Setup.exe file and follow the instructions. After the
program has been successfully installed and started, the left side shows the standard project
Leuze electronic. In this project, every possible device has already been created.
This project is write-protected but can be edited arbitrarily and saved under a different name
using the Project -> Save as menu.
Creating a new project
! Select Project -> New… or click on the
symbol in the top left corner.
! Assign a file name. Up to 256 characters are possible.
The .PCT extension must remain the same.
! Assign a project name (= title) to the project. Up to 256 characters are possible.
! Enter a description if required.
! After confirmation with OK, the new project name is shown in the top left corner.
Create individual devices
! Left click on project name (= title)
! Device -> New -> Single device or click on the
symbol in the top left corner.
! Assign a device name
! Select device type (only BPS can be selected).
! Select BPS type
! Select BPS version = software version of the device
! After clicking OK, the new device is shown in the project.
Follow this procedure to create all devices required.
Notice!
When creating an individual device, the Leuze standard parameter set is always created together with the selected device according to the software version selected. The interface
data from the PC to the device are also created together with the Leuze standard settings.
These are:
9600 / 8 / 1 / None
Framing protocol:
<STX><data><CR><LF>
Address:
none
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Copying and pasting devices
It is possible to copy and paste individual devices. To do this, the device to be copied must
be selected. By clicking on the right mouse button, the Copy and Paste functions become
available. Only the device settings are copied, not the deposited interface data of the PC.
Renaming devices
It is possible to rename devices. This requires the respective device to be selected. Right
click on the mouse button, select Device properties… and enter the desired description
under Name.
Graphical configuration
If a device is selected via the left mouse button, the window of the graphical configuration
opens automatically. The graphical interface visualises the device settings and these can be
loaded or transferred using the symbols
and
.
For further help on device-specific parameters, the technical description for the selected
device may be opened. To view the technical description for the device, click on the
symbol.
All parameters that were changed, i.e. that deviate from the Leuze factory settings, have a
yellow background or frame colour or are marked with the symbol for better orientation.
To reset all parameters of the selected device back to the Leuze factory settings, click on
the
symbol. This only resets the values in the PC and not the settings in the BPS.
The second option for working off-line is the tree structure. The tree structure contains all
settings of the graphical structure plus additional parameters.
Display erroneous parameters
Display changed parameters
Display all parameters
Close all parameters
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Terminal
The third option of communicating with the device is the terminal. This is only possible
online.
If no device is selected, only the terminal is available. Its interface settings are available
under Options -> Communication…. They can also be selected by clicking on the communication parameters displayed in the lower status bar.
Standard commands
The right third of the terminal window shows the following symbols for direct online
commands
Sets all parameters in the device to the factory settings!
Software reset
Version query
Displays the measurement values on the terminal
Does not display the measurement values on the terminal
Starts the measurement process
Stops the measurement process
User-defined commands
Notice!
Please note that the device settings do not always displayed their current values if one
changes between online and offline programming. This means that if a parameter is edited
using an online command, the change is only displayed in the graphical menu (and thus
stored in the project) once the edited parameters have been uploaded from the device!
Terminal options
From the menu, select Terminal -> Options… or click on the
symbol (terminal must be
selected). In the Send and Receive tabs select one of the 3 data formats ASCII, Hex and
Decimal. The standard format is ASCII.
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Notice!
If your computer has the Terminal font installed, please select this font for the display.
In the Terminal tab you also have the option to output the Line number, the Date and the
Time.
Terminal content
Use the
Use
,
, and
symbols to save, open or print the data in the terminal window.
to clear the content of the terminal window.
In Version V01.12 and higher of the BPS Configuration Tool, the terminal content is
logged automatically in the file terminal.txt. This file is stored in the main directory of the
BPS Configuration Tool. It may be edited with any text editor.
Attention!
If another device is selected, the file content is deleted and the recording starts again.
User-defined commands
Command: actual command sequence.
Click the Accept button and the new commands appear in the right third of the terminal
window below the permanently defined symbols.
Send file
This feature has been implemented to permit several consecutive sequences to be transmitted to the device. This requires the sequences to be created as a text file first. The text
file can then be retrieved under Terminal -> Send file.
Boot
For the scanner families BPS 8 and BPS 3x, the firmware may be changed directly with the
BPS Configuration Tool. This requires the respective firmware boot file, however. To obtain
the file, please get into touch with your respective contact person.
Graphical measurement value monitoring
This view allows the current position of the BPS system to be graphically displayed.
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By using the
symbol, you can create your own commands or sequences or load previously stored commands. In the window that appears, the following labels mean:
Command name: description of the symbol's command.
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Setting the device-specific interface values
This sets the connection (interface) from the PC to the device and not the interface of the
device. For service interface operation, the settings here do not need to be edited.
If the connected device is not operated via the service protocol:
! Use the left mouse button to select the device to be edited.
! Right click and select Communication. In the Communication properties window that
opens, carry out the respective changes.
If the settings were changed, the Leuze standard parameters can be reselected by clicking
button.
on the
Connector unit MA 8-01
The connector unit MA 8-01 is not relevant for the configuration and is thus not supported in
the BPS Configuration Tool.
8.1.3.3 Setting the Parameters
You now have commissioned the BPS 8 and are ready to configure it. Using the parameter
options made available by the BPS 8, you can configure the BPS 8 to suit your individual
area of application. Information about the various configuration options may be found in
chapter 8.1.6, page 52.
To understand what is happening during the parameter setting, chapter 8.1.5 briefly explains
the various parameter sets. The setting of the parameters then takes place in the service
operating mode, which is described in the following chapter.
8.1.4
Service operating mode
Setting the required parameters is carried out in the service operating mode. The operating
mode Service provides the following defined operating parameters on the external RS232
interface, no matter how the BPS 8 is configured for standard operation:
• transfer rate 9600 baud
• no parity
• 8 data bits
• 1 stop bit
• prefix: STX
• postfix: CR, LF
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8.1.4.1 Activating the service interface
The service interface may be activated as follows:
• via a "v" command during power-up (initialisation phase).
• via the defined bar code label "Service" (see accompanying leaflet) in front of the
reading window during power-up (initialisation phase).
SERVICE
Figure 8.5:
Barcode label "Service"
8.1.4.2 Connecting the service interface
You can connect a PC or a terminal to the BPS 8 via the serial interface and configure the
BPS 8 through this connection. For this, you need a crossed RS 232 connection cable (null
modem cable) that provides the connections RxD, TxD and GND. A hardware handshake
via RTS, CTS is not supported at the service interface.
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3 GND
2 TxD
4 RxD
PC
Figure 8.6:
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8.1.4.3 Overview of Commands and Parameters
Online commands can be used to send commands directly to the BPS 8 for control and
configuration.
For this, the BPS 8 has to be connected to a host or service computer via the serial interface.
The commands described can be sent either via the host or the service interface.
General "Online" commands
Command
50
Description
M+
Activates the measurement.
M-
Deactivate the measurement.
MMS
Controls the data output via the service interface.
A single measurement value is output (Single Shot Mode).
MMTyyyy
Controls the data output via the service interface.
Measurement values are output cyclically; time must be subsequently
specified:
yyyy =
time specification in ms.
Example: MMT0500.
Measurement values are output via the service interface in a
time interval of 500ms.
MM-
Deactivates the function MMTyyyy
If the cyclical output via the service interface is no longer required, the
function must be deactivated using the command MM-.
PC20
Resets all parameters in the BPS 8 to Leuze default values.
V
Version query, or puts the device into service mode.
This requires a "V" to be transmitted during the initialisation phase of the
BPS 8.
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Overview of the parameter structure
Using the BPS Configuration Tool program, parameters can be changed via the service
interface. These parameters are separated into individual tabs in the Graphical Configuration menu.
The following tabs are available:
Tab name
Folder contents
• Start mode
Control
page 53
• Stop mode
• Maximum Polling Interval
• Resolution Host
• Integration time
• Preset mode
• Switch count direction
Position Logging
page 54
• Scaling factor
• Offset value
• Min measure length
• Max measure length
• Tolerance time
• Fault position output
• Baud Rate
page 59
• Data mode
• Protocol
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• Address
• Invert
• Mode
• Debounce time
Sensor
page 60
• Delay on time
• Pulse duration
• Delay off time
• Function
• Activation
Switch
page 62
• Deactivation
• Pulse duration
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8.1.6
Detailed description of the tabs
Notice!
In the following detailed descriptions of the tabs, you will find in the last column of the tables
cross references (CR) to parameters and input/output data of other tabs which are directly related to the described parameter. These cross references must be observed during configuration.
Within the tabs, the parameters are labelled alphanumerically from a ... z .
Example:
The parameter a Preset value static [mm] is activated only if the preset teaching is carried
out via switching input h .
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8.1.6.1 Control
Figure 8.7:
Control tab
Description:
The control manages timing of the position calculation by starting and stopping the
decoding. Control is performed depending on certain events such as the switching input or
time functions. Using parameters, the events which influence the states are determined.
Parameters
a
Start mode
b
Stop mode
c
Maximum
Polling Interval
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The start mode determines by
which event the position measurement is started.
Value range
Default
1: After initialisation
2: Via command or switching
2
input
2: Time (Polling Interval)
3: Time with retriggering
function (polling interval)
via command or switching
The stop mode determines after
3
input
which event the position meas4: Via command or switching
urement is stopped.
input (the switching input
must be programmed for this
purpose)
Time period after which the
scanning beam is switched off if 0 … 65'535
10'000
no polling takes place.
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Unit
–
–
CR
Sensor
h
Sensor
h
ms
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8.1.6.2 Position Logging
Figure 8.8:
Position Logging tab
Description:
The position logging controls all settings that affect the position values.
Parameters
Parameter
a
Description
The parameter specifies the
resolution for the position value.
Resolution Host The resolution has no effect on
- Static preset
in [mm]
- Offset.
Value range
1: 0.01
2: 0.1
3: 1
4: 10
5: 100
6: 1'000
Default
Unit
CR
3
mm
–
With the Resolution Host parameter, the resolution for the position values is defined. This
parameter also performs a rounding correction (the position value is divided by the defined
value range).
Notice!
The resolution only determines the mathematical decimal value and has no effect on the
measurement accuracy.
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Parameter
Default
b
Description
Value range
Number of consecutive scans which are
4 … 32
Integration time to be used for position determination.
8
Unit
Integration
steps
CR
–
The integration depth parameter is used to specify the number of raw position data which is
used for integration in order to determine the position value.
Integration depth
Integration time [ms]
4
13.2
5
16.5
6
19.8
7
23.1
8 (default)
26.4
9
29.7
10
33.0
:
:
29
95.7
30
99.0
31
102.3
32
105.6
Parameter
Description
c
Switches the preset function on or off
d
Store data temporarily or permanently.
e
New position value after teach event.
Preset Mode
Preset save mode
Preset Value in [mm]
Value range
1: Off
2: On
1: Permanent
2: Temporary
Default
Unit
CR
1
–
–
1
–
–
0 … 10'000'000
0
mm
Sensor
h
With this parameter, a preset value can be defined which the BPS 8 outputs following a
teach event. A switching input function is defined as a teach event. After reading in the
preset, the current position value is replaced by the preset value and the position value is
now calculated and output on the basis of the preset. The preset remains stored in the
BPS 8 and remains active even following a new start. In order for the BPS 8 to again output
the position value without the preset, the Preset mode must be switched off again.
Notice!
To activate this function, the preset mode must be switched on.
The preset value is always entered in units of mm, independent of the resolution setting.
The scaling factor has no effect on the static preset value.
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In order to obtain more exact measurement data while in the static state or for very slow
travel speeds, the integration depth can be increased here. If, however, a high integration
depth is used for high speeds, the contouring error is increased. With respect to contouring
error and exact measurement data, very good results have been obtained using 8 integration steps. Using 8 integration steps, the integration time is 26.4ms.
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Parameter
Description
f
Count direction for position calculation.
Switch count direction
Value range
0: Normal
1: Inverted
Default
Unit
CR
0
–
–
Notice!
The BPS 8 is set as follows by default:
The position value is output with normal count direction. With the inverted count direction,
10'000'000mm minus the position value is output. The Preset value and Offset value parameters can be used to influence this behaviour.
Count direction "normal"
Position value = tape value
1'400'000mm
0mm
10'000'000mm
Count direction
Count direction "inverted"
Position value
8'600'000mm (=10'000'000mm - tape value)
0mm
10'000'000mm
Count direction
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Parameter
g
Scaling factor in [‰]
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Description
Value range Default Unit
Scaling factor used to convert the position values. 0 … 65'535
1.000
CR
‰
–
The scaling function is used to convert the tape values to any unit of measurement. To do
this, the tape value is multiplied by the scaling factor.
Notice!
This parameter affects the Offset value. The Preset value parameter is not influenced by the
scaling.
Parameter
h
Offset value in [mm]
Description
Offset value added to tape value.
Value range
Default
Unit
CR
-10'000'000 … 10'000'000
0
mm
–
This function adds an offset value to the tape value.
Notice!
If parameter Preset is activated and, as a result, a new value assigned to the tape value, the
Offset function no longer affects the position value. The offset is not reactivated until the preset function is cancelled. The offset value is entered in mm. When entering the offset value,
the Scaling parameter must be taken into account.
i
Description
Value range
Default
Unit
Minimum permitted measurement length.
0 … 2'147'483'647
0
mm
Maximum permitted measMax. measure length
urement length.
in [mm]
0 … 2'147'483'647
10'000'000
mm
Min measure length
in [mm]
j
CR
Switch
d, e
Switch
d, e
With this parameter, a working limit on the barcode tape can be defined. The BPS 8 outputs
position values within these minimum and maximum limits. Outside of this limit, a position
value of zero is output.
Notice!
The signal output can be used to indicate that the measured value is outside of the measurement range. To enable this function, the "outside measurement range" or "inside measurement range" parameter must be activated.
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Parameter
Description
Value range
Specifies the time for the display
Tolerance time in of the last position value following 0 … 65'535
an error.
[ms]
Default
Unit
CR
50
ms
–
0: No, error delay deactivated
1: Yes, error delay activated
1
–
–
0: No, error delay deactivated
1: Yes, error delay activated
1
–
–
k
l
Delays the output of an error by
Output fault
the configured tolerance time.
position delayed
Delays the output of an error in
m
the status byte of the binary protoError flag
col by the configured tolerance
delayed
time.
The measuring error tolerance function is used to configure a time which results in an
extended output of the last position value in the event of an error. If the position value
changes momentarily to zero, e.g. due to a brief interruption of the scanning beam, soiling
of the barcode tape or other short-term disturbances, the BPS 8 transmits the last valid position value.
If the error disappears within the configured time, the control notices nothing. The availability
of the system is thereby ensured. No new values are delivered by the BPS 8, however, for
a period of time extending up to the configured tolerance time. With the Output fault position delayed parameter, an integration error (corresponds to a missing position value) can
be signalled immediately or after the tolerance time has elapsed. If the error persists after
the tolerance time has elapsed, a position value of zero is output.
Parameter
n
Fault positions output
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Description
Value range
In the case of a fault, retain the last 0: Zero
position value or output zero.
1: Last valid position
BPS 8
Default
Unit
CR
1
–
–
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8.1.6.3 Communication
Figure 8.10: Communication tab
Parameters
Description
a
Baud Rate
Baud rate setting.
b
Data
mode
c
Protocol
d
Address
Data mode setting.
Protocol type setting.
Sets the subscriber
address for the
RS 485 network.
Value range
Default Unit
4: 1200
5: 2400
6: 4800
7: 9600
8: 19200
10
Baud
9: 38400
10: 57600
11: 62500
12: 115200
13: 187500
1: 7 Data bits, no Parity, 2 Stop bits
2: 7 Data bits, even Parity, 1 Stop bit
3: 7 Data bits, even Parity, 2 Stop bits
4: 7 Data bits, odd Parity, 1 Stop bit
5: 7 Data bits, odd Parity, 2 Stop bits
6: 8 Data bits, no Parity, 1 Stop bit
6
–
7: 8 Data bits, no Parity, 2 Stop bits
8: 8 Data bits, even Parity, 1 Stop bit
9: 8 Data bits, even Parity, 2 Stop bits
10: 8 Data bits, odd Parity, 1 Stop bit
11: 8 Data bits, odd Parity, 2 Stop bits
12: 8 Data bits, no Parity, 1 Stop bit + WakeUp bit
13: 9 Data bits, no Parity, 1 Stop bit
0: Binary protocol 1
1: Binary protocol 2
0
–
2: Binary protocol 3
0: Address 0
1: Address 1
0
–
2: Address 2
3: Address 3
CR
–
–
–
–
Notice!
The 3 different binary protocols are described in a separate chapter (see chapter 9 "Protocol types for position value output").
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Notice!
The settings in the communication area apply to the RS 232 interface of the BPS 8 and to
the settings of the RS 485 interface of the MA 8-01. The conversion from RS 232 to
RS 485 in the MA 8-01 is implemented entirely in hardware. The communication settings
for the RS 232 interface also apply to the RS 485 for this reason.
8.1.6.4 Switching input
Figure 8.11: Sensor tab
Description:
Within this tab, the mode of operation of the digital switching input is defined.
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Parameters
a
Digital
I/O Mode
b
Invert
Mode
c
Description
Value range
Default Unit
0: Not released
Defines whether the switching input
1: BPS 8 with MA 8-01
and output are activated via the
(switching input +
1
–
MA 8-01 or whether only the switching
switching output)
input or only the switching output are
2: Switching input
activated.
3: Switching output
The parameter defines the logic of the
pending signal. In case of an inver0: No (active high)
0
–
sion, an external HIGH level is inter1: Yes (active low)
preted as an internal LOW level.
This parameter controls the release of 0: Off
1
–
the switching input.
1: ON
d
This parameter defines a debounce
0 … 255
Debounce time
time which is implemented in software.
in [ms]
CR
–
–
–
5
ms
–
0 … 65535
0
ms
–
f
The parameter defines a minimum time
0 … 65535
Pulse duration
period before the signal is reset.
in [ms]
0
ms
–
0
ms
–
e
Delay on time
in [ms]
g
Delay off time
in [ms]
The parameter influences the timing
during switch-on.
The parameter defines a time delay for
0 … 65535
the signal during switch-off.
h
Function
The parameter specifies the function
which is to be activated or deactivated
by a change of state at the switching
input.
0:
No function
1:
Teach preset
–
Position
Logging
e
2: Start/stop position
measurement
3:
Stop position measurement
2
–
Control
a
Control
b
Notice!
The switching input function Pos. measurement start/stop in the Function parameter
means:
• High level at the switching input starts the position measurement.
• Low level at the switching input stops the position measurement.
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8.1.6.5 Switching output
Figure 8.12: Switch tab
Description:
Within this tab, the mode of operation of the digital switching output is defined.
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Parameters
a
Digital
I/O Mode
Description
Value range
Default
0: Not released
Defines whether the switching input
1: BPS 8 with MA 8-01
and output are activated via the
(switching input +
1
MA 8-01 or whether only the switching
switching output)
input or only the switching output are
2: Switching input
activated.
3: Switching output
b
The parameter defines the DC bias
0: LOW (0V)
DC bias level /
level of the switching output.
1: HIGH (+Ub)
Invert
The parameter defines the switch-on
c
time period for the switching output. If 0 … 1300
Pulse durathe value is 0, the signal is static.
tion in [ms]
The parameter defines the events
d
which set the switching output:
- Outside measurement range
Activation [EF] - Inside measurement range
e
CR
–
–
0
–
–
400
ms
–
Position
Logging
0
Each
0: Not active
1: Active
0
- Erroneous measurement
1
- Successful measurement
0
–
- Inside measurement range
i, j
Position
Logging
i, j
Position
Logging
Position
Logging
The parameter specifies the events
which reset the switching output:
–
- Outside measurement range
Deactivation
[AF]
Unit
Position
Logging
0
Each
0: Not active
1: Active
0
- Erroneous measurement
0
- Successful measurement
1
–
i, j
Position
Logging
i, j
Position
Logging
Position
Logging
Notice!
The events of the switch-on function and switch-off function are both linked to one another
with a logical OR.
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Notice!
This chapter describes the three binary protocols for communication between host and
BPS 8 that can be selected via the communication parameters (see chapter 8.1.6.3).
9.1
Binary protocol type 1
Notice!
With the BPS Configuration Tool, the user can individually adapt the binary protocol 1 to
the specific requirements of the application. The binary protocols 2 and 3, on the other hand,
have a fixed structure and cannot be modified.
9.1.1
Data format
•
•
•
•
•
Baud rate:
Data bits:
Start bits:
Stop bits:
Parity:
57'600 kBd
8
1
1
none
Notice!
Using the BPS Configuration Tool, the data format may be configured arbitrarily. The default values are the values shown above.
9.1.2
Telegram structure
9.1.2.1 Query to the BPS 8 (query telegram)
With the help of the BPS Configuration Tool, all bits may be configured individually with
the following values:
Designation
Type
Request marker
info
Request diagnostic
info
The marker info is requested.
1 bit
The marker info is not requested.
Diagnostic data is requested.
1 bit
Diagnostic data is not requested.
Laser and polygon wheel motor are switched off and the
BPS 8 enters into SLEEP mode 1).
1 bit
Laser and polygon wheel motor are switched on.
8 bit
Exclusive-OR logic
With this bit, the address of the relevant BPS 8 system is
2 … x bit
transmitted along with the query.
1 bit
Bit is permanently set to zero.
1 bit
Bit is permanently set to one.
Request individual measurement (laser on, measurement, laser off).
1 bit
Individual measurement is not requested.
Activate SLEEP
mode
XOR logic
Address
Bit to zero
Bit to one
Request individual
measurement
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Description
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Function Value
M
D
SLEEP
1
0
1
0
1
0
XOR
A0 … Ax
0
1
SINGLE
0
1
1
0
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Binary protocol type 1
Designation
Type
Request position
info
Acknowledge
diagnosis
Check digit
Prefix
Postfix
Position data is requested.
1 bit
Position data is not requested.
Diagnostic data are to be acknowledged.
1 bit
Diagnostic data are not to be acknowledged.
8 bit
Permits a check digit with configurable mode to be stored.
8 bit
Permits a prefix to be selected.
8 bit
Permits a postfix to be selected.
Permits the following full data length of the information to
2 … 8 bit
be transmitted alongside in the protocol.
Data length
1)
Description
Function Value
1
0
1
0
POS
DQ
CS
PREFIX
POSTFIX
DL
In order to extend the service life of the device, it can be switched to SLEEP mode. In
SLEEP mode, the motor and laser are switched off. Diagnosis of the read system cannot
be performed.
When reactivating the device, the system takes approx. 5s to boot.
Notice!
The BPS 8 replies to an Individual measurement or Request position info query with a
position response.
Notice!
A0 … Ax are the address bits. If several BPS 8's operate in one network, an address configuration is required. This can only be done via the BPS Configuration Tool.
By default, the control byte is structured as follows:
Bit no.
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Designation
Logic
0
XOR
0
XOR
0
XOR
0
XOR
POS
XOR
SLEEP
XOR
M
XOR
D
XOR
Priority of the bits:
Priority 1:
Priority 2:
Priority 3:
Priority 4:
Diagnostic data
Marker info
SLEEP
Position values
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•
•
•
Notice!
It is advisable to set only one control bit for each control byte as the BPS can only answer
one query at a time. If several control bits are set, the function with the highest priority is executed.
Bit POS:
Bit SLEEP:
If this bit is set to 1, the position data is output.
If this bit is set to 1, the SLEEP mode is activated.
Bit M:
Bit D:
If this bit is set to 1, the marker information is output.
If this bit is set to 1, the diagnostic data is sent in response. An indicated error
is reset once all diagnostic data has been polled. This is indicated by the status
LED changing from red to green.
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9.1.2.2 BPS 8 response (response telegram)
With the help of the BPS Configuration Tool, all bits can be configured individually and
arbitrarily with the following values:
Designation
Type
Description
An internal error has occurred.
Error
1 bit
No error present.
If there is no barcode tape in the scanning beam, this is
signalled by a tape error.
Tape error
1 bit
Barcode tape is in the scanning beam.
There is marker information in memory.
Marker in memory 1 bit
There is no marker information in memory.
Diagnostic data is present in the memory.
Diagnostic data
1 bit
present
No diagnostic data present.
Device is in SLEEP mode 1).
SLEEP mode
1 bit
Device is in positioning mode.
The data are transferred in the control byte, either position
16 … 32
Data
data, diagnostic data, marker info or SLEEP response,
bit
depending on the query.
XOR logic
8 bit
Exclusive-OR logic
Depending on the query in the control byte, the data can
16 … 32
Data resend
be retransmitted. This can be the position data, diagnostic
bit
data or marker info.
The configured measurement range of 10'000'000mm
has been exceeded.
Measurement
1 bit
range exceeded
The configured measurement range of 10'000'000mm
has not been exceeded.
The configured measurement range of 0mm has not been
reached.
Measurement
1 bit
range underflow
The configured measurement range of 0mm has been
exceeded.
Outside the configured measurement range.
Range error
1 bit
Inside the configured measurement range.
A marker label has been detected in the scanning beam.
Marker detected
1 bit
No marker label has been detected in the scanning beam.
Address
2 … x bit The BPS 8 system supplies the pre-configured address.
Number of labels
3 bit
Number of position labels in the last scan.
in the last scan
Bit to zero
1 bit
Bit is permanently set to zero.
Bit to one
1 bit
Bit is permanently set to one.
Calculated position values are negative.
Sign of
1 bit
position value
Calculated position values are positive.
Switching input activated.
State of the
1 bit
switching input
Switching input deactivated.
Switching output activated.
State of the
1 bit
switching output
Switching output deactivated.
Check digit
8 bit
Permits a check digit with configurable mode to be stored.
Prefix
8 bit
Permits a prefix to be selected.
Postfix
8 bit
Permits a postfix to be selected.
Permits the following full data length of the information to
Data length
2 … 8 bit
be transmitted alongside in the protocol.
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Function
Value
ERR
1
0
OUT
MM
D
SLEEP
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
DATA
XOR
RDATA
1
MVE
0
1
MVFB
0
RANGE
M
1
0
1
0
A0 … Ax
SCAN-INFO
0
1
POSH
SI
SO
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
CS
PREFIX
POSTFIX
DL
In order to extend the service life of the device, it can be switched to SLEEP mode. In
SLEEP mode, the motor and laser are switched off. Diagnosis of the read system cannot
be performed.
When reactivating the device, the system takes approx. 5s to boot.
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Binary protocol type 1
By default, the response from the BPS 8 is structured as follows:
Byte no. Designation
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
P31
P23
P15
P07
0
P30
P22
P14
P06
0
SLEEP MM
D
P29
P28
P27
P26
P21
P20
P19
P18
P13
P12
P11
P10
P05
P04
P03
P02
Exclusive OR logic of bytes 0 to 5
Status byte
Data byte 1
Data byte 2
Data byte 3
Data byte 4
XOR logic
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
OUT
P25
P17
P09
P01
ERR
P24
P16
P08
P00
Notice!
The P00 data bit corresponds to the LSB, the P31 data bit corresponds to the MSB.
Response to marker information
If information consisting of one of the capital letters A / B / C / D / Z and two digits is read,
the MM bit for the recognition of the marker information is set in the status byte. The M
control bit can now be used to retrieve the marker info. If the marker info is not requested,
the position continues to be output.
The marker information is output as an ASCII hex value in three bytes.
Marker detection:
If there is marker information within the detection range, it is indicated in the status byte.
Bit labelled MM in the status byte:
0 = no marker in memory.
Requesting marker information:
If the respective bit in the control byte is set, the marker label is output as an ASCII hex value
on the interface, instead of the position.
Bit labelled M in the status byte:
0 = do not send marker info.
1 = send marker info.
Definition of the marker labels:
The following combinations of letters and numbers may be used as marker labels:
First character:
A/B/C/D/Z
Second character: digit between 0 … 9
Third character:
digit between 0 … 9
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1 = marker in memory.
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Structure of the marker label:
The marker label uses code type Code128 with character set B as opposed to Code128
with character C for the position barcodes. Code128 with character set B enables the display
of all letters and numbers in the ASCII character set.
Using the marker label with positioning (barcode tape):
The marker label must be attached to the tape aligned with the grid of the actual coding. A
position code must be visible before and after the marker label.
Marker barcode
009990
Figure 9.1:
009993
009999
System arrangement of marker labels
Using the marker label without positioning (barcode tape):
The marker label must be positioned within the BPS 8's detection range.
Positioning of the marker label:
At any one time, no more than one marker label must be visible in the BPS 8's detection
range.
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Function sequence if a marker is inside the detection area:
Marker inside the detection range
• The respective MM bit in the status byte is set.
• Marker information that has been read is stored in the
memory.
• Marker information can only be overwritten by new
marker information. The memory is deleted:
• after power off/on.
• in SLEEP mode.
• if no polling takes place for 10s.
Marker information is
not retrieved. New or
old marker is
detected.
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Marker information is
retrieved.
• The marker information is retrieved via the control
byte.
• The marker information in memory is deleted.
• The respective MM bit in the status byte is reset once
the memory no longer contains any data.
New or old marker is detected.
Figure 9.2:
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This process toggles the data as long as the MM bit is set to 1, i.e., as long as the memory
contains marker information. The marker info does not depend on the BPS speed or on the
control's clock rate.
No marker inside the detection range
• The respective MM bit in the status byte remains set
until the last marker information has been retrieved.
• Old marker information remains in the memory.
Marker information is
retrieved.
Marker information is
not retrieved.
• The marker information is retrieved via the control
byte.
• The marker information in memory is deleted.
• The respective MM bit in the status byte is reset and
remains reset until another marker is detected.
New or old marker is detected.
Figure 9.3:
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Function sequence for no marker inside the detection area
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Output of the marker information
Example marker information: A01
Data byte 2 = A = 41 Hex = 01000001 Bin
Data byte 3 = 0 = 30 Hex = 00110000 Bin
Data byte 4 = 1 = 31 Hex = 00110001 Bin
Byte no. Designation
Bit 7
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
0
0
SLEEP
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
Exclusive OR logic of bytes 0 to 5
Status byte
Data byte 1
Data byte 2
Data byte 3
Data byte 4
XOR logic
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
MM
0
0
0
0
D
0
0
0
0
OUT
0
0
0
0
ERR
0
1
0
1
Notice!
If there is no marker in the marker memory of the BPS 8 and a marker query is received,
E00 is transmitted as three ASCII characters.
Answer to diagnostic query
By setting the respective D bit in the control byte (= bit 0), the diagnostic data is retrieved.
The diagnostic bit D remains set to 1 as long as data is present. Only after the memory for
diagnostic data is empty, the bit changes to 0 and the red status LED returns to normal
mode.
Just as the marker information, the diagnostic data is transmitted as 3 ASCII characters.
Diagnostic information offered:
The diagnostic data have the following format:
Byte 1 = E
Byte 2 = x
defines the diagnostic data
number describing the error.
Byte 3 = x
number describing the error.
Possible diagnostic data:
100 = software version number of the BPS 8, 1.00 in this example
E01 = interface problem
E02 = motor problem
E03 = laser problem
E04 = internal problem
E05 = position value outside the measurement range
SOS = BPS 8 in SLEEP mode (System Operation Standby/SLEEP)
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If the diagnostic bit D in the status byte is set to 1, diagnostic data is present and may be
retrieved.
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Notice!
If bit 4 SLEEP in the control byte is set to 1 and bit 2 D in the status byte has the value 1,
the BPS 8 is in SLEEP mode (laser and polygon wheel motor off). If bit 2 SLEEP in the control byte is set to 0, the BPS 8 returns to positioning mode after a boot time of approx. 5s. If
polling takes place while the BPS 8 boots and there is no valid position data yet, the error
message tape error (bit OUT) is generated.
Output of the diagnostic data
Example for diagnostic data: E05
Data byte 2 = E = 45 Hex = 01000101 Bin
Data byte 3 = 0 = 30 Hex = 00110000 Bin
Data byte 4 = 5 = 35 Hex = 00110101 Bin
Byte no. Designation
Bit 7
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
0
0
SLEEP
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
Exclusive OR logic of bytes 0 to 5
Status byte
Data byte 1
Data byte 2
Data byte 3
Data byte 4
XOR logic
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
MM
0
0
0
0
D
0
1
0
1
OUT
0
0
0
0
ERR
0
1
0
1
Notice!
If there is a diagnostic query during SLEEP mode, SOS (System Operation Standby/
SLEEP) is transmitted in data bytes 2 to 4.
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9.2
Binary protocol type 2
Binary protocol type 2
Notice!
With the BPS Configuration Tool, the user can individually adapt the binary protocol 1 to
the specific requirements of the application. The binary protocols 2 and 3, on the other hand,
have a fixed structure and cannot be modified.
9.2.1
Data format
•
•
•
•
•
9.2.2
Baud rate:
Data bits:
Start bits:
Stop bits:
Parity:
62'500 kBaud
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1
1
none
Telegram structure
Bit no.
8
Designation
Fixed 1 Fixed 0 Fixed 1 Fixed 1 SLEEP S-Bit 1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
S-Bit 0
A1
A0
Bit
Function
Value
Explanation
0
1
A0
A1
2
S-Bit 0
3
S-Bit 1
4
SLEEP
5
6
7
8
Fixed 1
Fixed 1
Fixed 0
Fixed 1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
All read heads are occupied with address 0. The address can only be
changed via the BPS Configuration Tool.
Position data is sent.
The marker information is sent.
Position data is sent.
Diagnostic data is sent.
Polygon wheel motor is switched on.
Polygon wheel motor is switched off (SLEEP mode 1)).
No function, permanently set to 1.
No function, permanently set to 1.
No function, permanently set to 0.
No function, permanently set to 1.
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9.2.2.1 Query to the BPS 8 (control byte)
In order to extend the service life of the device, it can be switched to SLEEP mode. In
SLEEP mode, the motor and laser are switched off. Diagnosis of the read system cannot
be performed.
When reactivating the device, the system takes approx. 5s to boot.
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Priority of the bits
•
•
•
•
Priority 1:
Priority 2:
Priority 3:
Priority 3:
Diagnostic data
Marker info
SLEEP
Position values
Notice!
It is advisable to set only one control bit for each control byte as the BPS can only answer
one query at a time. If several control bits are set, the function with the highest priority is executed.
Notice!
A0 and A1 are the address bits. If several BPS 8's operate in one network, an address configuration is required.
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Bit S-Bit 0:
If this bit is set to 1, the marker information is output.
Bit S-Bit 1:
If this bit is set to 1, the diagnostic data is sent in response. Any error indicated
is reset. This may be recognised by the status LED changing from red to
green.
Bit SLEEP:
This bit is used to activate the SLEEP mode.
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9.2.2.2 Response from the BPS 8
Data content:
Byte no.
Designation
Bit 8 Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Status byte
Data byte 1
Data byte 2
Data byte 3
XOR logic
Repetition of data byte 1
Repetition of data byte 2
Repetition of data byte 3
NU
0
0
0
D
P23
P15
P07
0
0
0
P23
P15
P07
M
A1
A0
QT1 QT0
P22 P21 P20 P19 P18
P14 P13 P12 P11 P10
P06 P05 P04 P03 P02
Exclusive OR logic of bytes 0 to 3
P22 P21 P20 P19 P18
P14 P13 P12 P11 P10
P06 P05 P04 P03 P02
OUT
P17
P09
P01
ERR
P16
P08
P00
P17
P09
P01
P16
P08
P00
Description of the status byte
0
1…3
4
5…7
Bit
Function Value
0
ERR
1
OUT
2
3
4
5
QTO
QT1
A0
A1
6
M
7
D
8
0…8
0…8
0…8
NU
POS
XOR
WPOS
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
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Explanation
No errors occurred during the calculation of the position value.
During the calculation of the position value, (int.) errors occurred.
Scanning beam is positioned on the bar code tape.
Scanning beam is positioned outside of the bar code tape.
Read quality.
Read quality.
Address.
Address.
No marker information present.
Marker information present.
No diagnostic data present.
Diagnostic data present.
No meaning - bit is permanently set to 0.
Position value, binary encoded.
Block check digit, exclusive-OR logic of byte 0 to byte 3.
Repetition of position value, binary encoded.
Notice!
At a resolution of 1mm and with 24 position bits, a maximum position of up to 16'777'215mm
can be transmitted.
Notice!
The P00 data bit corresponds to the LSB, the P23 data bit corresponds to the MSB.
Response to marker information
If information consisting of one of the capital letters A / B / C / D / Z and two digits is read,
the M bit for the recognition of the marker information is set in the status byte. The S-Bit 0
control bit can now be used to retrieve the marker information. If the marker info is not
requested, the position continues to be output.
The marker information is output as an ASCII hex value in three bytes.
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Marker detection:
If there is marker information in the marker memory, it is indicated in the status byte.
Bit 6 labelled M in the status byte:
0 = no marker in marker memory. Data have been polled and retrieved.
1 = marker in marker memory.
Requesting marker information:
If the respective bit in the control byte is set, the marker label is output as an ASCII hex value
on the interface, instead of the position.
Bit 2 labelled S-Bit 0 in the control byte:
0 = do not send marker information.
1 = send marker information.
Definition of the marker labels:
The following combinations of letters and numbers may be used as marker labels:
First character:
A/B/C/D/Z
Second character:
digit between 0 … 9
Third character:
digit between 0 … 9
Structure of the marker label:
The marker label uses code type Code128 with character set B as opposed to Code128
with character C for the position barcodes. Code128 with character set B enables the display
of all letters and numbers in the ASCII character set.
Using the marker label with positioning (barcode tape):
The marker label must be attached to the tape aligned with the grid of the actual coding. A
position code must be visible before and after the marker label.
Marker barcode
009990
Figure 9.4:
009993
009999
System arrangement of marker labels
Using the marker label without positioning (barcode tapes):
The marker label must be positioned within the BPS 8's detection range.
Positioning of the marker label:
At any one time, no more than one marker label must be visible in the BPS 8's detection
range.
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Function sequence if a marker is inside the detection area:
Marker inside the detection range
• The respective M bit in the status byte is set.
• Marker information that has been read is stored in the
memory.
• Marker information can only be overwritten by new
marker information. The memory is never deleted. It
is only empty after power off/on.
Marker information is
not retrieved. New or
old marker is detected.
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Marker information is
retrieved.
• The marker information is retrieved via the control
byte.
• The marker information remains in the memory.
• The respective M bit in the status byte is reset.
New or old marker is detected.
Figure 9.5:
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This process toggles the M bit in the status byte as long as there is a marker in the detection
range. The marker info does not depend on the BPS speed or on the control's clock rate.
No marker inside the detection range
• The respective M bit in the status byte remains set
until the last marker information has been retrieved.
• Old marker information remains in the memory.
Marker information is
retrieved.
Marker information is
not retrieved.
• The marker information is retrieved via the control
byte.
• The marker information remains in the memory.
• The respective M bit in the status byte is reset and
remains reset until another marker is detected.
New or old marker is detected.
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Output of the marker information
Example marker information: A01
Data byte 1 = A = 41 Hex = 001000001 Bin
Data byte 2 = 0 = 30 Hex = 000110000 Bin
Data byte 3 = 1 = 31 Hex = 000110001 Bin
Byte no. Designation
Bit 8 Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
NU
D
M
A1
A0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
Exclusive OR logic of bytes 0 to 3
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
Status byte 1
Data byte 1
Data byte 2
Data byte 3
XOR logic
Repetition of data byte 1
Repetition of data byte 2
Repetition of data byte 3
QT1
0
0
0
QT0
0
0
0
OUT
0
0
0
ERR
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Answer to diagnostic query
If the diagnostic bit D in the status byte is set to 1, diagnostic data is present and may be
retrieved.
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By setting the respective S-Bit 1 bit in the control byte (= bit 3), the diagnostic data is
retrieved. The diagnostic bit D remains set to 1 as long as data is present. Only after the
memory for diagnostic data is empty, the bit changes to 0 and the red status LED returns to
normal mode.
Just as the marker information, the diagnostic data is transmitted as 3 ASCII characters.
Diagnostic information offered:
The diagnostic data have the following format:
Byte 1 = E
defines the diagnostic data
Byte 2 = x
Byte 3 = x
number describing the error.
number describing the error.
Possible diagnostic data:
100 = software version number of the BPS 8, 1.00 in this example
E01 = interface problem
E02 = motor problem
E03 = laser problem
E04 = internal problem
E05 = position value outside the measurement range
SOS = BPS 8 in SLEEP mode (System Operation Standby/SLEEP)
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Notice!
If bit 2 SLEEP in the control byte is set to 1 and bit 7 D in the status byte has the value 1,
the BPS 8 is in SLEEP mode (laser and polygon wheel motor off). If bit 4 SLEEP in the control byte is set to 0, the BPS 8 returns to positioning mode after a boot time of approx. 5s. If
polling takes place while the BPS 8 boots and there is no valid position data yet, the error
message tape error (bit OUT) is generated.
Output of the diagnostic data
Example for diagnostic data: E05
Data byte 1 = E = 45 Hex = 001000101 Bin
Data byte 2 = 0 = 30 Hex = 000110000 Bin
Data byte 3 = 5 = 35 Hex = 000110101 Bin
Byte no. Designation
Bit 8 Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
NU
D
M
A1
A0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
Exclusive OR logic of bytes 0 to 5
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
Status byte 1
Data byte 1
Data byte 2
Data byte 3
XOR logic
Repetition of data byte 1
Repetition of data byte 2
Repetition of data byte 3
QT1
0
0
0
QT0
1
0
1
OUT
0
0
0
ERR
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
Notice!
If there is a diagnostic query during SLEEP mode, SOS (System Operation Standby/
SLEEP) is transmitted in data bytes 1 to 3.
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Binary protocol type 3
Binary protocol type 3
Notice!
With the BPS Configuration Tool, the user can individually adapt the binary protocol 1 to
the specific requirements of the application. The binary protocols 2 and 3, on the other hand,
have a fixed structure and cannot be modified.
9.3.1
Data format
•
•
•
•
•
9.3.2
Baud rate:
Data bits:
Start bits:
Stop bits:
Parity:
19'200 kBaud
8
1
1
even
Telegram structure
Bit no.
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Designation
CMD
F2
F1
F0
0
0
A1
A0
Bit
Function
Value
Explanation
0
1
2
3
A0
A1
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4
F0
5
F1
6
F2
7
CMD
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
All read heads are occupied with address 0. The address can only be
changed via the BPS Configuration Tool.
No function (permanently set to 0).
No function (permanently set to 0).
Position value request.
Diagnostic data request.
No function (permanently set to 0).
Polygon wheel motor is switched on.
Polygon wheel motor is switched off (SLEEP mode 1)).
No function.
Byte information is evaluated as a control byte.
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9.3.2.1 Query to the BPS 8 (control byte)
In order to extend the service life of the device, it can be switched to SLEEP mode. In
SLEEP mode, the motor and laser are switched off. Diagnosis of the read system cannot
be performed.
When reactivating the device, the system takes approx. 5s to boot. It reports after this time
with a message "System ready".
Notice!
A0 and A1 are the address bits. If several BPS 8's operate in one network, an address configuration is required.
Notice!
If the F0 bit is set to 1, the diagnostic data are sent in response. Any error indicated is reset.
This may be recognised by the status LED changing from red to green.
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Binary protocol type 3
Priority of the bits
• Priority 1:
• Priority 2:
• Priority 3:
Diagnostic data
Position values
SLEEP
Notice!
It is advisable to set only one control bit for each control byte as the BPS can only answer
one query at a time. If several control bits are set, the function with the highest priority is executed.
9.3.2.2 Response from the BPS 8
Data content:
Byte no. Designation
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
0
1
2
3
4
0
0
0
0
SLEEP
P20
P13
P06
A1
A0
CALC DB
P19
P18
P17
P16
P12
P11
P10
P09
P05
P04
P03
P02
Exclusive OR logic of bytes 1 to 4
Status byte
Data byte
Data byte
Data byte
XOR logic
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
OUT
P15
P08
P01
ERR
P14
P07
P00
Description of the status byte
Byte
0
1…3
4
Bit
Function Value
0
ERR
1
OUT
2
DB
3
CALC
4
5
A0
A1
6
SLEEP
7
0…6
0…7
NU
POS
XOR
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
--0
1
0
---
Explanation
No errors occurred during the calculation of the position value.
Errors occurred during the calculation of the position value.
Scanning beam is positioned on the bar code tape.
Scanning beam is positioned outside of the bar code tape.
No diagnostic response.
Diagnostic response.
Telegram-specific.
Telegram-specific.
No function.
No function.
Read head active.
Read head in SLEEP mode
No meaning - bit is permanently set to 0.
Position value, binary encoded
Block check digit, exclusive-OR logic of byte 1 to byte 4.
Notice!
At a resolution of 1mm and with 21 position bits, a maximum position of up to 2'097'151mm
can be transmitted.
Notice!
The P00 data bit corresponds to the LSB, the P20 data bit corresponds to the MSB.
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Binary protocol type 3
Notice!
In the response to a position query, the bits CALC, DB and SLEEP are set as follows:
• CALC
=1
• DB
=0
• SLEEP = 0
Answer to diagnostic query
If the diagnostic bit DB in the status byte is set to 1, the data in the data bytes correspond
to the diagnostic data.
By setting the respective F0 bit in the control byte (= bit 3), the diagnostic data is retrieved.
The diagnostic data is transmitted as 3 ASCII characters.
Byte no.
Designation
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
0
1
2
3
4
Status byte
Data byte
Data byte
Data byte
XOR logic
0
0
0
0
SLEEP
P20
P13
P06
A1
A0
CALC DB
P19
P18
P17
P16
P12
P11
P10
P09
P05
P04
P03
P02
Exclusive OR logic of bytes 1 to 4
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
OUT
P15
P08
P01
ERR
P14
P07
P00
Notice!
If bit 2 DB is set to 1, diagnostic data is present. In the response to a diagnostic query, the
bits CALC, DB and SLEEP are set as follows:
• CALC
=1
• DB
=1
• SLEEP = 0
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Diagnostic information offered:
The diagnostic data have the following format:
Byte 1 = E
Byte 2 = x
defines the diagnostic data
number describing the error.
Byte 3 = x
number describing the error.
Possible diagnostic data:
100 = software version number of the BPS 8, 1.00 in this example
E01 = interface problem
E02 = motor problem
E03 = laser problem
E04 = internal problem
E05 = position value outside the measurement range
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Response to sleep mode
Byte
no.
Designation
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
0
1
2
3
4
Status byte
Data byte
Data byte
Data byte
XOR logic
0
0
0
0
SLEEP
P20
P13
P06
A1
A0
CALC DB
P19
P18
P17
P16
P12
P11
P10
P09
P05
P04
P03
P02
Exclusive OR logic of bytes 1 to 4
Bit 1
Bit 0
OUT
P15
P08
P01
ERR
P14
P07
P00
Notice!
If bit 6 SLEEP is set to 1, the BPS is in SLEEP mode. In a diagnostic response during sleep
mode, the bits CALC, DB and SLEEP are set as follows:
• CALC = 0
• DB
=0
• SLEEP = 1
In SLEEP mode, the data bits P00 to P20 are always 0.
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General causes of errors
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Diagnostics and troubleshooting
10.1
General causes of errors
Error
Status LED "off"
Status LED
"flashing red"
Status LED
"continuous red light"
Status LED
"flashing orange"
Measures
❏ Check supply voltage.
❏ Query diagnostic data and carry out the
resulting measures.
• Error, no function possible.
❏ Internal device error, send in device
• Service operation active.
❏ Reset service operation using BPS Configu❏
❏
❏
❏
ration Tool.
Call up position values.
Deactivate SLEEP mode
Check positioning of barcode tape.
Change the angle of the scanning beam by
tilting the BPS 8.
Check mounting.
Clean BPS 8 window.
Decode LED "off"
• Positioning deactivated.
Decode LED
"continuous red light"
• Position value invalid
(out of tape).
Decode LED
"continuous orange
light"
• Marker label detected.
❏ Retrieve marker label.
• No barcode tape present.
• Scanner positioned in total reflection.
• Scanner not properly mounted.
❏ Check positioning of barcode tape.
❏ Change the angle of the scanning beam by
Position error
❏
❏
tilting the BPS 8.
❏ Check mounting.
❏ Clean BPS 8 window.
Error on interface
Error
No communication via
RS 232/RS 485
Possible error cause
• Incorrect wiring.
• Different baud rates.
• Different protocol
settings.
• Incorrect wiring.
Measures
❏ Check wiring.
❏ Check baud rate.
❏ Check protocol settings.
❏ Check wiring, in particular the shield of the
wiring.
Sporadic errors on the
RS 232-/RS 485 interface
• Effects due to EMC.
❏ Check the cable used.
❏ Check shielding (shield covering in place up
to the clamping point).
❏ Check grounding concept and connection to
PE.
• Overall network expansion
exceeded.
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❏ Check max. network expansion as a function of the max. cable lengths.
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10.2
Possible error cause
• No supply voltage connected to
the device.
• Warning.
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Diagnostics and troubleshooting
Notice!
Please use page 85 and page 86 as a master copy should servicing be required.
Cross the items in the "Measures" column which you have already examined, fill out the following address field and fax both pages together with your service order to the fax number
listed below.
Customer data (please complete) Leuze service fax number: +49 7021 573-199
Device type:
Company:
Contact partner / department:
Phone (direct):
Fax:
Street / No:
ZIP code/City:
Country:
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Type overview and accessories
11
Type overview and accessories
11.1
Type overview: BPS 8
Part No.
50104783
50104784
Accessory: Modular connector unit
Part No.
50104790
11.3
Remark
Beam exit at the front and M12 connector
Lateral beam exit and M12 connector
Type designation
MA 8-01
Remark
Connector unit for BPS 8 with RS 485 interface, M12 connector
Accessory: Cables
Part No.
Type designation
50040763
KB 008-1000 AA
50040762
KB 008-2000 AA
50040761
KB 008-3000 AA
50040760
KB 008-1000 AR
50040759
KB 008-2000 AR
50040758
KB 008-3000 AR
50102975
KB 008-10000A
50102973
KB 008-5000A
50040757
KB 008-3000A
50102976
KB 008-10000R
50102974
KB 008-5000R
50040756
KB 008-3000R
50102971
KB 008-10000 A-S
50102969
KB 008-5000 A-S
50101941
KB 008-3000 A-S
50102972
KB 008-10000 R-S
50102970
KB 008-5000 R-S
50101942
KB 008-3000 R-S
50020502
50020501
50040098
50101943
KD 095-5
KD 095-5A
KD 01-5-SA
KD 01-5-SR
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Remark
M12 connecting cable BPS 8 - MA 8
one axial socket, one axial plug, 1m
M12 connecting cable BPS 8 - MA 8
one axial socket, one axial plug, 2m
M12 connecting cable BPS 8 - MA 8
one axial socket, one axial plug, 3m
M12 connecting cable BPS 8 - MA 8
one axial socket, one angled plug, 1m
M12 connecting cable BPS 8 - MA 8
one axial socket, one angled plug, 2m
M12 connecting cable BPS 8 - MA 8
one axial socket, one angled plug, 3m
M12 connection cable BPS 8 or MA 8-01 (Host)
axial socket, one open cable end, 10m
M12 connection cable BPS 8 or MA 8-01 (Host)
axial socket, one open cable end, 5m
M12 connection cable BPS 8 or MA 8-01 (Host)
axial socket, one open cable end, 3m
M12 connection cable BPS 8 or MA 8-01 (Host)
angled socket, one open cable end, 10m
M12 connection cable BPS 8 or MA 8-01 (Host)
angled socket, one open cable end, 5m
M12 connection cable BPS 8 or MA 8-01 (Host)
angled socket, one open cable end, 3m
M12 connection cable MA 8-01 (SW IN/OUT)
axial plug, one open cable end, 10m
M12 connection cable MA 8-01 (SW IN/OUT)
axial plug, one open cable end, 5m
M12 connection cable MA 8-01 (SW IN/OUT)
axial plug, one open cable end, 3m
M12 connection cable MA 8-01 (SW IN/OUT)
angled plug, one open cable end, 10m
M12 connection cable MA 8-01 (SW IN/OUT)
angled plug, one open cable end, 5m
M12 connection cable MA 8-01 (SW IN/OUT)
angled plug, one open cable end, 3m
Angled M12 connection socket with screw terminals
Axial M12 connection socket with screw terminals
Axial M12 connector for MA 8-01
Angled M12 connector for MA 8-01
BPS 8
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11.2
Type designation
BPS 8 S M 102-01
BPS 8 S M 100-01
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Type overview and accessories
11.3.1
Contact assignment of PWR IN connection cable
PWR connection cable (5-pin socket, A-coded)
Pin
GND
3
4
A (P)
FE 5
2
B (N)
1
VIN
M12 socket
(A-coded)
Name
Core colour
1
VIN
brown
2
B (N)
white
3
GND
blue
4
A (P)
black
5
FE
grey
Thread
FE
Shield
Figure 11.1: Contact assignment of KB 008-10000/5000/3000 (A/R)
11.4
Accessory: Configuration software
Part No.
50060298
11.5
Type designation
BT 8-01
Remark
Mounting device
Type overview: Barcode tape
Part No.
50104792
50104793
50104794
50104795
50104796
50104797
50104798
50104799
50104800
50104801
50104802
50104803
50104804
50104805
50104806
50104807
50104808
50104809
88
Remark
Programming software
Accessory: Mounting device
Part No.
50104791
11.6
Type designation
BPS Configuration Tool
Type designation
BCB 8 010
BCB 8 020
BCB 8 030
BCB 8 040
BCB 8 050
BCB 8 060
BCB 8 070
BCB 8 080
BCB 8 090
BCB 8 100
BCB 8 110
BCB 8 120
BCB 8 130
BCB 8 140
BCB 8 150
BCB 8 special length 47mm high
BCB 8 special length 30mm high
BCB 8 special length 25mm high
Remark
Barcode tape, 10m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 20m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 30m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 40m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 50m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 60m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 70m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 80m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 90m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 100m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 110m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 120m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 130m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 140m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape, 150m length, 47mm height
Barcode tape with special length, 47mm height
Barcode tape with special length, 30mm height
Barcode tape with special length, 25mm height
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Maintenance
12
Maintenance
12.1
General Maintenance Information
Usually, the BPS 8 does not require any maintenance by the operator.
In the event of dust build-up, clean the optical window with a soft cloth; use a cleaning agent
(commercially available glass cleaner) if necessary.
Also check the barcode tape for possible soiling.
Attention!
Do not use solvents and cleaning agents containing acetone. Use of improper cleaning
agents can damage the optical window.
12.2
Repairs, servicing
Repairs to the device must only be carried out by the manufacturer.
! Contact your Leuze distributor or service organisation should repairs be required.
The addresses can be found on the inside of the cover and on the back.
Notice!
When sending devices to Leuze electronic for repair, please provide an accurate description
of the error.
Disassembling, packing, disposing
Repacking
For later re-use, the device is to be packed so that it is protected.
Notice!
Electrical scrap is a special waste product! Observe the locally applicable regulations regarding disposal of the product.
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BPS 8
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12.3
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Appendix
13
Appendix
13.1
EU Declaration of Conformity
90
BPS 8
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Index
A
Accessories . . . . . . . . . .
Cable . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration software
Connector unit . . . . . .
Mounting device . . . .
Accuracy . . . . . . . . . . . .
Address
RS 485 . . . . . . . . . . .
Areas of application . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . .87
. . . . . . . . . . . . .87
. . . . . . . . . . . . .88
. . . . . . . . . . . . .87
. . . . . . . . . . . . .88
. . . . . . . . . . . . .11
. . . . . . . . . . . . .59
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
B
Barcode tape . . . . . . . . .
Curves . . . . . . . . . . .
Gaps . . . . . . . . . . . .
Length . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting . . . . . . . . . .
Repair kit . . . . . . . . .
Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . .
Type overview . . . . . .
Wrapping direction . . .
Baud rate . . . . . . . . . . .
Beam exit . . . . . . . . . . .
Binary protocols . . . . . . .
Binary protocol type 1 .
Binary protocol type 2 .
Binary protocol type 3 .
BPS Configuration Tool . .
Brief manual . . . . . . .
Brief manual
BPS Configuration Tool
. . . . . . . . . . . . .26
. . . . . . . . . . . . .30
. . . . . . . . . . . . .28
. . . . . . . . . . . . .12
. . . . . . . . . . 8, 28
. . . . . . . . . . . . .34
. . . . . . . . . . . . .26
. . . . . . . . . . . . .27
. . . . . . . . . . . . .88
. . . . . . . . . . . . .26
. . . . . . . . . . . . .59
. . . . . . . . 8, 9, 39
. . . . . . . . . . . . .59
. . . . . . . . . . . . .64
. . . . . . . . . . . . .73
. . . . . . . . . . . . .81
. . . . . . . . . 18, 43
. . . . . . . . . . . . .44
. . . . . . . . . . . .44
C
Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chemical resistance . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning
Optical window . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning agents . . . . . . . . . . . .
Code type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Commissioning steps at a glance
Communication
Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration software . . . . . . .
Leuze electronic
. . . . . . . .87
. . . . . . . .27
. . . . . . . .89
. . . . . . . .89
. . . . . . . .31
. . . . . . . .50
. . . . . . . . .8
Connecting cable . . . . . .
Connection . . . . . . . . . .
BPS 8 . . . . . . . . . . . .
BPS 8 to MA 8-01 . . .
Interface . . . . . . . . . .
MA 8-01 . . . . . . . . . .
PWR IN HOST/RS485
RS 232 . . . . . . . . . . .
RS 485 . . . . . . . . . . .
Service interface . . . .
SW IN/OUT . . . . . . . .
Switching input . . . . .
Switching input/output .
Switching output . . . . .
Voltage supply . . . . . .
Connection assignment
BPS 8 . . . . . . . . . . . .
MA 8-01 . . . . . . . . . .
Connection cable . . . . . .
Connector unit . . . . . . . .
Contouring error . . . . . . .
Control
Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control barcode . . . . . . .
Count direction . . . . . . . .
Curves . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cut mark . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . 87
. . . . . . . . . . . . 15
. . . . . . . . . . . . 17
. . . . . . . . . . . . 19
............. 9
. . . . . . . . . 10, 17
. . . . . . . . . . . . 20
. . . . . . . . . . . . 17
. . . . . . . . . 17, 20
. . . . . . . . . . . . 49
. . . . . . . . . . . . 18
. . . . . . 10, 18, 19
. . . . . . . . . . . . 17
. . . . . . 10, 18, 19
. . . . . . . . . . 9, 17
............
............
............
. . . . . . . . . 23,
............
17
16
87
87
55
. . . . . . . . . 51,
............
............
............
............
53
31
56
30
28
D
Data format
Binary protocol 1 . . .
Binary protocol 2 . . .
Binary protocol 3 . . .
Data mode . . . . . . . . . .
DC bias level . . . . . . . .
Debounce time . . . . . . .
Declaration of conformity
Decode LED . . . . . . . .
Decoding . . . . . . . . . . .
Description of functions .
Device arrangement . . .
Device parameters . . . .
Diagnostic data . . . . . .
Diagnostics . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
. . . . . . . . . . . 3, 90
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
.............. 4
. . . . . . . . . 8, 9, 39
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
. . . . . . . 72, 80, 83
. . . . 71, 79, 83, 85
. . . . 51, 59
. . . . . . . .45
. . . . . . . .88
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Index
Dimensioned drawings
BPS 8 SM 100-01 .
BPS 8 SM 102-01 .
MA 8-01 . . . . . . . .
Dirt . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disposing . . . . . . . . .
Double insulation . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
E
Electrical connection . . . . . .
Electromagnetic compatibility
EMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EU Declaration of Conformity
Extraneous light . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . .15
. . . . . . . 11, 23
. . . . . . . . . . .20
. . . . . . . . . . .90
. . . . . . . . . . .28
F
Functional earth . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15, 20, 21
..........
. . . . . . . 67,
. . . . . . . 67,
..........
..........
..........
89
75
76
53
57
57
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
. . . . . . . 37,
..........
32
36
28
36
37
39
40
88
32
Notice signs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Gaps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Graphical configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
H
Hysteresis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
I
Installation
BPS Configuration Tool
Integration time . . . . . . . .
Intended use . . . . . . . . . .
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inversion
Switching input . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . .43
. . . . . . . . . . . .55
. . . . . . . . . . . . .5
. . . . . . . . . . . . .9
. . . . . . . . . . . .85
. . . . . . . . . . . .49
. . . . . . . . . . . .61
L
92
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . .
Marker info . . . . . . . . . . . .
Marker labels . . . . . . . . . . .
Maximum polling interval . . .
Measurement length . . . . . .
Measurement range . . . . . .
Measurement value switching
between 2 barcode tapes
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Barcode tape . . . . . . . . .
BPS 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting device . . . . . . .
Mounting location . . . . . .
Outdoors . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting device . . . . . . . . .
MVS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
N
G
Laser radiation . .
Laser safety class
LED
States . . . . . .
Light source . . . .
M
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
O
Online commands . . . . . . . .
Operating mode
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating temperature range
Operating voltage . . . . . . . .
Optical window
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . .
Order codes . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . 50
. . . . . . . . . . 48
. . . . . . . 11, 23
. . . . . . . . . . 11
. . . . . . . . . . 89
. . . . . . . . . . 87
P
Packing . . . . . . . . . .
Parameter . . . . . . . .
Structure . . . . . . .
Pitch
Scanning beam . .
Polling interval . . . . .
Position calculation . .
Position error . . . . . .
Position logging . . . .
Tab . . . . . . . . . .
Position value
in the case of error
BPS 8
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
. . . . . . . . . . . . 48, 50
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
...............
...............
...............
. . . . . . . . . . . . 58,
...............
. . . . . . . . . . . . 51,
39
53
53
85
54
54
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Leuze electronic
Leuze electronic
Positioning
Control barcode .
Power consumption
Preset . . . . . . . . . .
Project . . . . . . . . .
Protection class . . .
IP 67 . . . . . . . .
Protective housing .
Protocol . . . . . . . . .
Protocol types . . . .
Pulse duration . . . .
Index
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 23
. . . . . . . . . . 17, 18, 19
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Q
Quality assurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
R
Reading field curves
Reflections . . . . . .
Repair . . . . . . . . . .
Repair kit
Barcode tape . . .
Resolution . . . . . . .
Roll
Barcode tape . . .
Rounding correction
RS 232 interface . .
RS 485 interface . .
Address . . . . . .
Termination . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 89
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 41
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
S
Safety notices . . .
Safety transformer
Scaling factor . . . .
Sensors . . . . . . . .
Service
Interface . . . . .
Operating mode
Service order . . . .
Shielding . . . . . . .
SLEEP mode . . . .
Software . . . . . . .
Solvents . . . . . . .
Leuze electronic
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
. . . . . . . . . . . 73, 81, 84
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . .
Barcode tape . . . . . . . . .
Connector unit . . . . . . . .
Electrical data . . . . . . . .
Environmental data . . . .
Measurement data . . . . .
Mechanical data . . . . . . .
Optical data . . . . . . . . . .
Start mode . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Start-up delay . . . . . . . . . . .
State
LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Status LED . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stick-on label . . . . . . . . . . .
Stop mode . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storage temperature range .
Switching
between 2 barcode tapes
Switching input . . . . . . . . . .
Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching output . . . . . . . . .
Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switch-off delay . . . . . . . . .
Switch-off function . . . . . . .
Switch-on function . . . . . . .
Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
..........
. . . . . . . 12,
..........
. . . . . . . 11,
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
11
27
23
25
11
11
11
11
53
61
. . . . . . . . . . 21
. . . . . . . . . . 85
........... 6
. . . . . . . . . . 53
. . . . . . . 11, 23
. . . . . . . . . . 32
. . . . 17, 18, 19
. . . . . . . 51, 60
. . . . 17, 18, 19
. . . . . . . 51, 62
. . . . . . . . . . 61
. . . . . . . . . . 63
. . . . . . . . . . 63
........... 3
T
Tab
Communication .
Control . . . . . . .
Position logging .
Switching input .
Switching output .
Tape height . . . . . .
Tape switching . . . .
Tearing resistance .
Telegram structure
Binary protocol 1
Binary protocol 2
Binary protocol 3
Terminal . . . . . . . .
Termination . . . . . .
Thread plug . . . . . .
Tolerance time . . . .
Travel speed . . . . .
Traverse rate . . . . .
BPS 8
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 51,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 51,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 51,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 51,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 51,
................
................
................
59
53
54
60
62
39
33
27
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
64
73
81
46
25
16
58
55
11
93
Leuze electronic
Index
Tree structure configuration
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . .
Type overview . . . . . . . . .
Barcode tape . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . .45
. . . . . . . . . . . .85
. . . . . . . . . . . .87
. . . . . . . . . . . .88
U
User-defined commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
V
Voltage supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
W
Warning notices . . . .
Weathering resistance
Weight . . . . . . . . . .
Wire length . . . . . . .
Working range . . . . .
Wrapping direction . .
94
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
. . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 23
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
BPS 8
Leuze electronic
Leuze electronic
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG
P.O. Box 11 11, D- 73277 Owen / Teck
Tel. +49(0)7021/ 573-0,
Fax +49(0)7021/ 573-199
E-mail: [email protected], www.leuze.de
Sales and Service
Sales Region East
Phone 035027/629-106
Fax 035027/629-107
Sales Region North
Phone 07021/573-306
Fax 07021/9850950
Postal code areas
20000-38999
40000-53999
56000-65999
97000-97999
Hamburg
Berlin
Hannover
Postal code areas
01000-19999
39000-39999
98000-99999
Düsseldorf
Dresden
Frankfurt
Nürnberg
Stuttgart
Owen/Teck
München
Sales Region South
Phone 07021/573-307
Fax 07021/9850911
Postal code areas
54000-55999
66000-96999
Worldwide
JP (Japan)
C. Illies & Co., Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 81 (0) 3 /34434111
Fax Int. + 81 (0) 3 /34434118
AT (Austria)
Ing. Franz Schmachtl KG
Tel. Int. + 43 (0) 732/7646-0
Fax Int. + 43 (0) 732/785036
FI (Finland)
SKS-automaatio Oy
Tel. Int. + 358 (0) 9/85 26 61
Fax Int. + 358 (0) 9/8526820
KR (South Korea)
Leuze electronic Co., Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 82 (0) 31/38282 28
Fax Int. + 82 (0) 31/38285 22
AU + NZ (Australia + New Zealand)
Balluff-Leuze Pty. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 61 (0) 3 /9764 23 66
Fax Int. + 61 (0) 3 /975332 62
FR (France)
Leuze electronic sarl.
Tel. Int. + 33 (0) 1/60051220
Fax Int. + 33 (0) 1/60050365
MX (Mexico)
Leuze Lumiflex México, S.A. de C.V.
Tel. Int. + 52 (0) 81/83 71 86 16
Fax Int. + 52 (0) 81/83 71 85 88
BE (Belgium)
Leuze electronic nv /sa
Tel. Int. + 32 (0) 2/2531600
Fax Int. + 32 (0) 2/2531536
GB (United Kingdom)
Leuze Mayser electronic Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 44 (0) 1480/408500
Fax Int. + 44 (0) 1480/403808
MY (Malaysia)
Ingermark (M) SDN.BHD
Tel. Int. + 60 (0) 3 /60 3427 88
Fax Int. + 60 (0) 3 /60 3421 88
BR (Brasil)
Leuze electronic Ltda.
Tel. Int. + 55 (0) 11/ 4195 -6134
Fax Int. + 55 (0) 11/ 4195 -6177
GR (Greece)
UTECO A.B.E.E.
Tel. Int. + 30 (0) 210/ 4 210050
Fax Int. + 30 (0) 210/ 4 212033
NL (Netherlands)
Leuze electronic B.V.
Tel. Int. + 31 (0) 418 /653544
Fax Int. + 31 (0) 418 /653808
CH (Switzerland)
Leuze electronic AG
Tel. Int. + 41 (0) 1/8340204
Fax Int. + 41 (0) 1/8332626
HK (Hong Kong)
Sensortech Company
Tel. Int. + 852/26510188
Fax Int. + 852/26510388
NO (Norway)
Elteco AS
Tel. Int. + 47 (0) 35 /562070
Fax Int. + 47 (0) 35 /562099
CL (Chile)
Imp. Tec. Vignola S.A.I.C.
Tel. Int. + 56 (0) 32/351111
Fax Int. + 56 (0) 32/351128
HU (Hungary)
Kvalix Automatika Kft.
Tel. Int. + 36 (0) 1/2 722242
Fax Int. + 36 (0) 1/2 722244
PL (Poland)
Balluff Sp. z. o. o.
Tel. Int. + 48 (0) 22/833 1564
Fax Int. + 48 (0) 22/833 0969
CN (China)
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG
Shanghai Representative Office
Tel. Int. + 86(0)21/ 6888 0920
Fax Int. + 86(0)21/ 6888 0919
IL (Israel)
Galoz electronics Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 972 (0) 3/9023456
Fax Int. + 972 (0) 3/9021990
PT (Portugal)
LA2P, Lda.
Tel. Int. + 351 (0) 21/4447070
Fax Int. + 351 (0) 21/44470 75
IN (India)
Global Tech (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 91 (0) 20 /24470085
Fax Int. + 91 (0) 20 /24 470086
RO (Romania)
O`Boyle s.r.l.
Tel. Int. + 40 (0) 56 /201346
Fax Int. + 40 (0) 56 /221036
IR (Iran)
Tavan Ressan Co. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 98 (0) 21/2606766
Fax Int. + 98 (0) 21/2002883
RU (Russian Federation)
All Impex
Tel. Int. + 7 495 964 51 64
Fax Int. + 7 495 603 13 12
IT (Italy)
Leuze electronic S.r.l.
Tel. Int. + 39 02 /26110643
Fax Int. + 39 02 /26110640
SE (Sweden)
Leuze SensorGruppen AB
Tel. + 46 (0) 8 /731 5190
Fax + 46 (0) 8 /731 5105
CO (Colombia)
Componentes Electronicas Ltda.
Tel. Int. + 57 (0) 4/35110 49
Fax Int. + 57 (0) 4/3511019
CZ (Czech Republic)
Schmachtl CZ s.r.o.
Tel. Int. + 420 (0) 2 /44 00 1500
Fax Int. + 420 (0) 2 /44 91 0700
DK (Denmark)
Desim Elektronik APS
Tel. Int. + 45/ 70220066
Fax Int. + 45/ 70222220
SG + PH + ID (Singapore +
Philippines + Indonesia)
Balluff Asia Pte. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 65 /62524384
Fax Int. + 65 /62529060
SI (Slovenia)
Tipteh d.o.o.
Tel. Int. + 386 (0) 1/ 2005150
Fax Int. + 386 (0) 1/ 2005151
SK (Slovakia)
Schmachtl SK s.r.o.
Tel. Int. + 421 (0) 2/ 5827 56 00
Fax Int. + 421 (0) 2/ 5827 56 01
TH (Thailand)
Industrial Electrical Co. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 66 (0) 2/6 42- 6700
Fax Int. + 66 (0) 2/6 42-42 49
TR (Turkey)
Balluff Sensör Ltd. Sti.
Tel. Int. + 90 (0) 212/320 0411
Fax Int. + 90 (0) 212/3200416
TW (Taiwan)
Great Cofue Technology Co., Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 886 (0) 2/2983 8077
Fax Int. + 886 (0) 2/2985 3373
UA (Ukraine)
Beverly-Foods Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 38 044/525 59 27
Fax Int. + 38 044/525 78 07
US + CA (United States +
Canada)
Leuze Lumiflex Inc.
Tel. Int. + 1 (0) 248/ 4864466
Fax Int. + 1 (0) 248/ 486 6699
ZA (South Africa)
Countapulse Controls (PTY.) Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 27 (0) 11/6157556
Fax Int. + 27 (0) 11/6157513
Part. No. 501 05 556
ES (Spain)
Leuze electronic S.A.
Tel. Int. + 34 93/40979 00
Fax Int. + 34 93/490 58 20
GB 206/00 – 04/06
AR (Argentina)
Nortécnica S. R. L.
Tel. Int. + 54 (0) 11 /4757-3129
Fax Int. + 54 (0) 11 /4757 -1088
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