dc115e-01

dc115e-01
Digital Cam Controller
CamCon DC115
for S5 115U / 135U / 155U
Digitronic Automationsanlagen GmbH
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Digital Cam Switch Unit
CamCon DC115
Digitronic
Automationsanlagen GmbH
For your attention
This instruction manual relates to the CamCon DC115 from Nov. 1997. The company Digitronic
Automationsanlagen GmbH reserves the right to make changes which present an improvement of the
quality or functionality of the device without prior notice. The instruction manual was created with great
care, although it may not be error-proof. We would be grateful for any communication relating to any
errors you may have found.
UP-date
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version as PDF file.
Qualified personnel
This device may only be started and operated by qualified staff. By qualified we mean personnel who
are entitled to handle, to earth and to lable devices, systems and power circuits in accordance with the
technology safety standards.
Liability
(1) The supplier is liable for damages caused by himself or by the owner of the rights up to the sum of
the sales price. He is not liable for loss of profits, forfeited savings, intermediate and successive
damages.
(2) The above mentioned limits to liability do not apply to insurance of named characteristics and
damages which were caused deliberately or through negligence.
Protection
The CamCon DC115 and this instruction manual are protected by copyright. All rights are reserved.
Neither the CamCon DC115, nor this document may be copied as a whole, photocopied, reproduced,
translated or transferred to electronic media of any kind or into machine readable format without prior
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Note:
Note:
Note:
We have examined the devices of the CamCon series for year 2000 compatibility and
have not found any adverse effects on any functions.
CamCon is a registered trademark of the company Firma Digitronic
Automationsanlagen GmbH.
The devices of the CamCon series comply with the standards for electromagnetic
compatibility: EN 55011, EN 55022, EN 55024 Part 2, EN 50082 Part 2, ENV 50140,
VDE 0843 Part 2,
VDE 0843 Part 4,
VDE 0871,
VDE 0875 Part 3 ("N"),
VDE 0875 Part 11, VDE 0877 Part 2, IEC 801 Part 3, IEC 801 Part 2, IEC 801 Part 4,
IEC 801 Part 5.
(c) Copyright 1992 - 2002 / File: DC115_E.DOC
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Table of contents
1. Introduction........................................................................................................................................... 7
2. Principle of function.............................................................................................................................. 8
2.1. Dead time compensation .................................................................................................................. 9
2.1.1. Calculating the dead time............................................................................................................. 11
2.1.1.1. Calculating the dead time through relocations that have already occured................................ 11
2.1.1.2. Calculating the dead time through the difference of measured values..................................... 11
3. Component configuration ................................................................................................................... 12
3.1. Setting of the component side......................................................................................................... 12
3.1.1. The DIP switches on the component side.................................................................................... 13
3.1.1.1. DIP switch S3, Kachel number.................................................................................................. 13
3.1.1.2. DIP switch S1 ............................................................................................................................ 13
3.1.1.2.1. DIP switch S1, Switch 1 ......................................................................................................... 13
3.1.1.2.2. DIP switch S1, Switch 2 ......................................................................................................... 13
3.1.1.2.3. DIP switch S1, Switch 3 ......................................................................................................... 13
3.1.1.2.4. DIP switch S1, switch 4.......................................................................................................... 13
3.1.2. Connection plugs on the component side.................................................................................... 14
3.1.2.1. Connection plug P4................................................................................................................... 14
3.1.2.2. Connection plug P5................................................................................................................... 14
3.1.2.3. Connection plug P6................................................................................................................... 14
3.1.2.4. Connection plug P7................................................................................................................... 14
3.1.2.5. Connection plug P8................................................................................................................... 14
3.1.2.6. Connection plug P9................................................................................................................... 14
3.2. Adjusting the soldering bridges on the soldering side..................................................................... 15
3.2.1. Soldering bridges "SJ1, SJ13" and "SJ14, SJ15" ........................................................................ 15
3.2.2. Soldering bridges "SJ10, SJ11, SJ12" and "SJ7, SJ8, SJ9"........................................................ 16
3.2.3. Soldering bridge "SJ3" ................................................................................................................. 16
3.2.4. Soldering bridges "SJ2, SJ4, SJ5, SJ6"....................................................................................... 16
3.2.5. Soldering bridge "SJ16" ............................................................................................................... 16
3.2.6. Soldering bridge "SJ17" ............................................................................................................... 16
4. Mechanical installation instructions.................................................................................................... 17
4.1. Assembly with adapter capsule with the AG115U........................................................................... 17
4.1.1. Slots in the AG115U..................................................................................................................... 17
4.2. Assembly with AG135U / 155U....................................................................................................... 17
4.2.1. Slots in the AG135U or AG155U.................................................................................................. 17
5. Electrical connections ........................................................................................................................ 18
5.1. Pin allocation of the CamCon DC115 ............................................................................................. 18
5.1.1. Pin allocation of the encoder input with the SSI measuring system............................................. 18
5.1.2. Pin allocation of the encoder input with the 5 Volt (RS422) incremental measuring system....... 18
5.1.3. Pin allocation of the encoder input with the 24 Volt (PNP) incremental measuring system......... 18
5.1.4. Pin allocation of the encoder input with the 24 Volt PLL measuring system................................ 18
5.1.5. Pin allocation of the external interface with 9 poles ..................................................................... 19
5.1.6. Pin allocation of the serial interface with 9 poles.......................................................................... 19
5.1.6.1. Pin allocation of the serial RS232 interface .............................................................................. 19
5.1.6.2. Pin allocation of the serial RS485 interface .............................................................................. 20
5.1.7. Pin allocation of the analog output ............................................................................................... 21
5.1.8. Pin allocation of the inputs ........................................................................................................... 21
5.1.9. Pin allocation of the outputs ......................................................................................................... 21
5.1.10. Voltage supply of the CamCon................................................................................................... 22
5.2. The measuring system.................................................................................................................... 23
5.2.1. SSI measuring system input ........................................................................................................ 23
5.2.2. Parallel measuring system input .................................................................................................. 23
5.2.3. Incremental measuring system input ........................................................................................... 24
5.2.3.1. Incremental measuring system input with 5V RS422 level ....................................................... 24
5.2.3.2. Incremental measuring system input with 24V PNP level......................................................... 24
5.2.4. Analog measuring system input ................................................................................................... 25
5.2.5. PLL measuring system input........................................................................................................ 25
5.2.6. Timer as a measuring system ...................................................................................................... 25
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5.2.7. RS232 as a measuring system .................................................................................................... 25
5.3. The outputs ..................................................................................................................................... 26
5.4. The inputs ....................................................................................................................................... 26
5.5. Safety precautions during welding operations................................................................................. 26
5.6. The status LED ............................................................................................................................... 27
6. General programming information ..................................................................................................... 27
6.1. Outline of key functions................................................................................................................... 28
6.2. Menu selection ................................................................................................................................ 28
6.3. Selection of a menu point................................................................................................................ 28
6.4. Text input ........................................................................................................................................ 29
7. Commissioning................................................................................................................................... 30
8. Operation of the CamCon .................................................................................................................. 32
8.1. The main menu ............................................................................................................................... 32
8.2. The standard display....................................................................................................................... 32
8.2.1. Changing the display.................................................................................................................... 32
8.2.2. Program change........................................................................................................................... 33
8.2.3. Program name ............................................................................................................................. 33
8.3. Cam programming .......................................................................................................................... 34
8.3.1. Output selection for programming................................................................................................ 34
8.3.2. Program selection for programming............................................................................................. 35
8.3.3. Programming the dead time compensation ................................................................................. 35
8.3.4. Programming the output name .................................................................................................... 36
8.3.5. Cam Input..................................................................................................................................... 36
8.3.6. Adding cams ................................................................................................................................ 37
8.3.7. Cam Teach - In ............................................................................................................................ 37
8.3.8. Cam Search ................................................................................................................................. 37
8.3.9. Cam deletion ................................................................................................................................ 38
8.3.10. Output (cam track) deletion........................................................................................................ 38
8.3.11. Copying programmed outputs (cam tracks)............................................................................... 39
8.3.12. Shifting cam tracks..................................................................................................................... 39
8.3.13. Deleting programs...................................................................................................................... 40
8.3.14. Copying programs...................................................................................................................... 40
8.3.15. Examples for cam programming................................................................................................ 41
8.3.15.1. First cam programming ........................................................................................................... 41
8.3.15.2. Programming additional cams on an output ........................................................................... 42
8.3.15.3. Deletion of a particular cam .................................................................................................... 43
8.3.16. Programming analog cams ........................................................................................................ 44
8.3.16.1. Creating the first analog cam .................................................................................................. 45
8.3.16.2. Adding an analog cam ............................................................................................................ 45
8.3.16.3. Changing the analog cam ....................................................................................................... 45
8.4. Unit configuration (system setting).................................................................................................. 46
8.4.1. Measuring system ........................................................................................................................ 46
8.4.1.1. The standard measuring systems............................................................................................. 46
8.4.1.2. The actual position hysteresis................................................................................................... 46
8.4.1.3. The electronic gear ................................................................................................................... 47
8.4.1.3.1. Electronically changing the rotation direction......................................................................... 47
8.4.1.4. The display format of the actual position................................................................................... 47
8.4.1.5. Configuration of a special measuring system ........................................................................... 48
8.4.1.5.1. SSI measuring system ........................................................................................................... 48
8.4.1.5.2. Parallel Gray measuring system ............................................................................................ 49
8.4.1.5.3. Inkremental-measuring system.............................................................................................. 49
8.4.1.5.4. Multiturn measuring system with electronic gear ................................................................... 50
8.4.1.5.5. PLL measuring system........................................................................................................... 51
8.4.1.5.6. Timer way simulation (time emitter) ....................................................................................... 51
8.4.1.5.7. RS232 measuring system ...................................................................................................... 52
8.4.1.6. Delting the special measuring system....................................................................................... 52
8.4.2. The measuring offset ................................................................................................................... 53
8.4.2.1. Zero offset with rotatory movements......................................................................................... 53
8.4.2.2. Measuring offset with a linear moved system ........................................................................... 53
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8.4.2.3. Zero offset with linear movements ............................................................................................ 53
8.4.2.4. Actual position preset................................................................................................................ 54
8.4.3. The speed adjustment.................................................................................................................. 55
8.4.3.1. The speed factor ....................................................................................................................... 55
8.4.3.2. The display format of the speed display.................................................................................... 55
8.4.3.3. Range adjustment of the speed display.................................................................................... 55
8.4.3.4. Accuracy of the speed display................................................................................................... 56
8.4.3.5. Display, Type............................................................................................................................. 56
8.4.4. Cable length / Cycle time ............................................................................................................. 57
8.4.4.1. The cable length........................................................................................................................ 57
8.4.4.2. The cycle time of the CamCon.................................................................................................. 57
8.4.5. The special outputs ...................................................................................................................... 57
8.4.5.1. The security output.................................................................................................................... 57
8.4.5.2. The output of the actual position............................................................................................... 58
8.4.5.3. Direction output ......................................................................................................................... 58
8.4.5.4. The standstill output .................................................................................................................. 58
8.4.5.5. The hysteresis ........................................................................................................................... 58
8.4.5.6. The analog speed output .......................................................................................................... 59
8.4.5.7. Configuration of the analog cams ............................................................................................. 59
8.4.5.8. The analog position output........................................................................................................ 60
8.4.6. System upgrading ........................................................................................................................ 61
8.4.6.1. Setting the inputs....................................................................................................................... 61
8.4.6.2. Setting the outputs .................................................................................................................... 61
8.4.6.3. Setting the outputs with dead time compensation..................................................................... 61
8.4.6.4. Setting the keyboard lock.......................................................................................................... 61
8.4.6.5. Setting the external program selection...................................................................................... 61
8.4.6.6. Setting the program selection mode ......................................................................................... 62
8.5. Unit configuration ............................................................................................................................ 63
8.5.1. User key allocation....................................................................................................................... 63
8.5.1.1. Creating a new user key............................................................................................................ 63
8.5.1.2. Deletion of a user key................................................................................................................ 64
8.5.1.3. Checking the key configuration ................................................................................................. 64
8.5.2. Complete deletion ........................................................................................................................ 65
8.5.3. Unit configuration ......................................................................................................................... 66
8.5.3.1. Setting the serial interface......................................................................................................... 66
8.5.3.1.1. The "Cam-BUS" communication mode.................................................................................. 66
8.5.3.1.2. The "Standard" communication mode ................................................................................... 66
8.5.3.1.3. The "Multiuser" communication mode ................................................................................... 66
8.5.3.1.4. The "S5 - L1" communication mode ...................................................................................... 66
8.5.3.1.5. Input of the unit number ......................................................................................................... 67
8.5.3.1.6. Programming via remote........................................................................................................ 67
8.5.3.2. Additional device options........................................................................................................... 67
8.5.3.2.1. PLC Logic Module.................................................................................................................. 67
8.5.3.2.1.1. Examples for using the PLC logic module .......................................................................... 67
8.5.3.2.2. PLC Logic Module with text display........................................................................................ 68
8.5.3.3. Analog outputs .......................................................................................................................... 69
8.5.3.3.1. Clearing the integrated analog outputs .................................................................................. 69
8.5.3.3.2. Adjusting the integrated analog outputs................................................................................. 69
8.5.3.3.3. External analog outputs.......................................................................................................... 69
8.5.4. Language ..................................................................................................................................... 70
8.5.5. User text....................................................................................................................................... 70
9. Device info.......................................................................................................................................... 71
10. Error messages and error recovery ................................................................................................. 74
10.1. Problem: Display shows "No contact to unit: XX".......................................................................... 74
10.2. Problem: Display shows "Pos - Err:1". .......................................................................................... 74
10.3. Problem: Display shows "Pos - Err:2". .......................................................................................... 74
10.4. Problem: Display shows "Pos - Err:3". .......................................................................................... 75
10.5. Problem: A "Pos - Err:" occurs during operation........................................................................... 75
10.6. Problem: Outputs will not activate................................................................................................. 75
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10.7. Problem: Display shows "Out - Error". .......................................................................................... 76
10.8. Problem: Display shows an error in the EEPROM........................................................................ 76
10.9. Problem: Display shows "Error ???" ............................................................................................. 76
10.10. Problem: Display shows "Clear....".............................................................................................. 76
11. Menu outline..................................................................................................................................... 77
12. Calculation of the EEPROM cam memory....................................................................................... 78
13. Calculation of the RAM memory of the CamCon ............................................................................. 79
14. Kachel communication between S5 and CamCon DC115 .............................................................. 80
14.1. Kachel allocation ........................................................................................................................... 80
14.1.1. Kachel range independent of task.............................................................................................. 80
14.1.2. Kachel range dependent on task ............................................................................................... 81
14.2. Tasks............................................................................................................................................. 82
14.2.1. 00h-01h: task => "Start CamCon DC115".................................................................................. 82
14.2.1.1. 00h-01h: protocol => "Start CamCon DC115" ........................................................................ 82
14.2.2. 00h-02h: task => "Program-Parameter and Start CamCon DC115".......................................... 82
14.2.2.1. 00h-02h: protocol => "Program-Parameter and Start CamCon DC115" ................................ 83
14.2.3. 00h-03h: task => "Read-Parameter".......................................................................................... 84
14.2.3.1. 00h-03h: protocol => "Read-Parameter"................................................................................. 84
14.2.4. 00h-04h: task => "Cam program deletion"................................................................................. 86
14.2.4.1. 00h-04h: protocol => "Cam program deletion"........................................................................ 86
14.2.5. 00h-05h: task => "Test on cam program exists"........................................................................ 86
14.2.5.1. 00h-05h: protocol => "Test on cam program exists"............................................................... 86
14.2.6. 00h-06h: task => "Program cam program" ................................................................................ 87
14.2.6.1. 00h-06h: protocol => "Program cam program" ....................................................................... 87
14.2.7. 00h-07h: task => "Read cam program"...................................................................................... 88
14.2.7.1. 00h-07h: protocol => "Read cam program"............................................................................. 88
14.2.8. 00h-0Bh: task => "Reset error message"................................................................................... 89
14.2.8.1. 00h-0Bh: protocol => "Reset error message" ......................................................................... 89
14.2.9. 00h-0Ch: task => "Program dead times".................................................................................... 90
14.2.9.1. 00h-0Ch: protocol => "Program dead times" .......................................................................... 90
14.2.10. 00h-0Dh: task => "Read dead times"....................................................................................... 90
14.2.10.1. 00h-0Dh: protocol => "Read dead times".............................................................................. 90
14.2.11. 00h-0Eh: task => "Program PLC Logic Module output"........................................................... 91
14.2.11.1. 00h-0Eh: protocol => "Program PLC Logic Module output".................................................. 91
14.2.12. 00h-0Fh: task => "Read PLC Logic Module output"................................................................. 92
14.2.12.1. 00h-0Fh: protocol => "Read PLC Logic Module output" ....................................................... 92
14.2.13. 00h-10h: task => "Complete deletion of the CamCon DC115"................................................ 92
14.2.13.1. 00h-10h: protocol => "Delete CamCon"................................................................................ 92
14.3. Priority tasks.................................................................................................................................. 93
14.3.1. 01h-01h: Priority task => "CamCon status read" ....................................................................... 93
14.3.1.1. 01h-01h: Priority protocol => "CamCon status read" .............................................................. 93
14.3.2. 01h-02h: Priority task => "Shifting the zero point"...................................................................... 94
14.3.2.1. 01h-02h: Priority protocol => "Shifting the zero point"............................................................. 94
14.3.3. 01h-03h: Priority task => "Program selection"............................................................................ 95
14.3.3.1. 01h-03h: Priority protocol => "Program selection" .................................................................. 95
14.3.4. 01h-04h: Priority task => "Transfer CamCon controlling inputs"................................................ 95
14.3.4.1. 01h-04h: Priority protocol => "Transfer CamCon controlling inputs"....................................... 96
14.4. Error numbers in the protocol bytes (00h and 01h) of the CamCon DC115 ................................. 96
14.5. Example for Kachel communication between S5 and CamCon DC115....................................... 97
15. Technical Data ............................................................................................................................... 101
16. Keyword table................................................................................................................................. 102
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1. Introduction
Electrical cam switch units have been used successfully by the industry for a long time.The
experiences which have been collected in close co-operation during these years have been considered
during the development of the CamCon. The result is a compact digital cam switch unit which owns a
maximum of user friendliness and reliability.
The following characteristics distinguish the CamCon:
*
Experienced and reliable hardware
*
Short circuit-proof outputs
*
Graphical liquid crystal display with 128x64 picture elements on CamCon DC50/51
*
As many cams per output as programmable
*
Optimizing of the switching points while the machine operates
*
In steps of 100µs adjustable compensation of the mechanical dead time of switch units
*
Voltage supply 24V DC +/- 20%
*
Carrier rail assembly according to EN 50022 on CamCon DC16 and DC90.
*
Switchboard norm encasement 144 x 144 x 63mm according to DIN 43700 on CamCons DC40,50
and 51.
*
S5 operation group for Simatic S5 115U, 135U and 155U on CamCon DC115.
*
S5 connection via PG interface with L1 - BUS.
*
S7 operation group for Simatic S7 300 on CamCon DC300.
*
PLC logic module (optional)
*
Analog outputs (optional)
Note: Simatic is a registered trademark of the Siemens company.
Cam switch units are being used everywhere where switching procedures are being periodically
repeated. Digital cam switch units replace mechanical ones optimally and furthermore offer other
advantages, for example:
*
Simplification of assembly and adjustment procedures
*
Reproducible adjustments
*
Standardisation for all possible ranges of operation
*
Reliability
*
High switching speed
*
Dead time compensation
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2. Principle of function
Fig.: Presentation of the principle of a cam switch unit
For a better understanding of the function of a cam switch unit, its principle is presented here. It has 3
outputs containing the following cams:
Output 1:
Output 2:
Output 3:
Cam 1:
Cam 2:
Cam 3:
Cam 1:
Cam 2:
Cam 1:
Activation point
Activation point
Activation point
Activation point
Activation point
Activation point
60°
95°
325°
5°
95°
30°
Deactivation point
Deactivation point
Deactivation point
Deactivation point
Deactivation point
Deactivation point
85°
145°
355°
20°
145°
85°
The 3 as beds presented progressions of the output signals occur, if the 3 cam plates turn
anticlockwise past a sensor, which scans the cams on the 0° axis.
The duration of the activation of a mechanical cam switch unit, i.e. the range between the on and off
position, is determined by the length of the cams. The length and the position of the cams can only be
limitedly varied, which additionally demands a relatively high mechanical and chronological
expenditure. With the CamCon, these adjustments are realisable in a fraction of a second, besides the
number of the cams per bed is optional. A measuring system, which has been connected to the device
reports the position to the CamCon. The CamCon compares this with the programmed on and off
positions from all the outputs. If a position appears in a range of a programmed on / off position
(cams), all affected outputs will be switched.
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2.1. Dead time compensation
Every mechanical switching part (e.g. relays, magnetic valves) possesses a dead time, i.e. between
the triggering signal and the actual switching of the contacts passes a certain amount of time. Because
of that, problems can arise during procedures in which positionings are carried out in a moved system.
If such a process is driven with different speeds, different positionings will arise. One would have to
generate new (de)activation points for the switching signals for every speed in order to overcome this.
To explain the problem of the dead time compensation, the context shall be clarified using the example
of a packaging machine. During the process which is presented by the drawing, a dot of glue is to be
applied onto a precicely defined spot of a past going paber web.
The system has the following parameters:
magnetic valve
vp
vT
d
CamCon
-
glue nozzle
encoder
TMV -
Speed of the paper web
Falling speed of the drop of glue
Distance between the glue nozzle and
the paper web
Dead time of the magnetic valve
drop
paper
paper track
Points where the glue
hits the paper at the
different speeds
.
This happens without dead time compensation:
As soon as the measuring system reaches a certain position, the CamCon sends out an impulse to the
magnetic valve. This opens the glue nozzle for a short time, out of which the drop of glue then shoots.
Between the placing of the impulse and the falling of the drop passes a certain time, which is mainly
based on the dead time of the magnetic valve TMV Another delay results in the time in which the drop
needs to cover the distance d between the glue nozzle and the surface of the paper.
This flight time can be calculated with:
d
tFlight = v
T
So a dead time of tFlight+TMV results altogether. During this time,, the paper web moves a certain
distance further on. One could now decrease the position at which the magnetic valve is activated, so
that the drop of glue hits the same spot as during standstill. One gains a dead time compensation in
this way, which however can only function at one single speed of the paper. As soon as the speed of
the system and the paper web is e.g. doubled, the landing range of the drop of glue is moved again by
the distance x, so that it would, without dead time compensation, move to the rear by twice the
distance (2 ⋅ x) altogether.
The automatic dead time compensation of the CamCon makes it now possible to operate with
processes with variable speeds. The CamCon gathers the speeds of the system continually and
adjusts the cams, which define the moments of switching, on line in dependence of the speed.
According to this, the outputs of the switching parts are being switched on or off earlier. The direction
of movement is of no importance.
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A small numerial example shall serve the illustration:
Assuming that the drive roll with the measuring system has a circumference of 360mm, so that one
millimeter at the circumference corresponds exactly to one angle degree of the measuring system.
The unit has the following parameter:
vdrop =
d
=
TMV =
20m/s
20cm
20ms
Out of this results a flight time of the drop to
d
0,2m
tFlight =
=
10ms
vT
20m/s =
So the complete dead time amounts to Tdead, altogether = TMV + tFlight = 20ms + 10ms = 30ms
During this time the paper web travels by the distance x = vpaper ⋅ Tdead, altogether = 1m/s ⋅ 30ms =
30mm further on.
The switching point of the magnetic valve has to be transfered 30° to the front to compensate this dead
time.
If one doubles the speed of the system and with that vpaper, the distance x, by which the paper web is
moving on, is also doubled. In this case the switching point has to be transfered by 60° .
Tip: Note that in this explanation the dead time is a solid quantity, which is determined by the
mechanical regulation and switching parts as well as by the measurement of the construction,
hence it does not change.
If one were now to program the complete dead time of 30ms on the appropriate output of the CamCon,
the drop of glue would always hit the exact spot at any speed.
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2.1.1. Calculating the dead time
There are several possibilities for calculating the dead time of a relay or a valve.
2.1.1.1. Calculating the dead time through relocations that have already occured
Program the switching point of the relay or valve during a standstill of the machine. We use the
switching point of 200 degrees in our example. If the machine is now run with a speed of e.g 40 min-1,
a relocation occurs because of the dead time. This relocation is measured and is 40 degrees in our
example.
Attention:
To calculate the relocation correctly you have to set the programmed dead time of the
cam switch unit to zero.
The dead time of the switching member is calculated according to the following formula:
∆ way (in degrees) * 60 (sec./min.)
Dead time ( in sec. ) = speed (in min-1) * 360 (degrees/rotations)
40 * 60
Dead time ( in sec. ) = 40 * 360 = 0.1667 sec.
The calculated dead time is now set in the CamCon.
2.1.1.2. Calculating the dead time through the difference of measured values
The switching point is determined at a speed of e.g. 50 min-1. In our example, the programmed
switching point is at 200 degrees. The second measurement occurs at a speed of 80 min-1. The
needed switching point has to be set to 160 degrees to reach the exact switch point again at 80 min-1.
Attention:
To determine the two switching points you have to set the programmed dead time of the
cam switch unit to zero.
The dead time of the switching member is calculated with the following formula:
Dead time ( in sec. ) =
∆ way (in degrees) * 60 (sec./min.)
∆ speed (in min-1) * 360 (degrees/rotations)
40 * 60
Dead time ( in sec. ) = 30 * 360 = 0.222 sec.
The determined dead time is now entered into the cam mechanism. Since this dead time is set for the
whole range of the speed, it now becomes necessary to adjust the cam to the speed at 0 min-1. To
determine the exact activation point you have to enter the difference to the speed 0 min-1 at the first
measured activation point. The difference is calculated according to the following formula:
∆ way (in degrees) =
dead time ( in sec. ) * ∆ time (in min-1) * 360 (degrees/rotations)
60 (sec./min.)
∆ way (in degrees) =
0.222 * 50 * 360
= 66.6 degrees
60
The activation point of the cam is now relocated by 67 degrees, from 200 degrees to 267 degrees.
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3. Component configuration
3.1. Setting of the component side
SSI INC
interface
RS232 or RS485
interface
IC U9
=
IC U10 =
LED D6 =
75176
MAX232 / ADM232
Status LED
with an RS485 interface
with an RS232 interface
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3.1.1. The DIP switches on the component side
3.1.1.1. DIP switch S3, Kachel number
The DIP switch S3 is used to set the Kachel number (or adress) of the S5. Up to 64 Kachel numbers
can be set binary (0 to 63). The CamCon DC115 component takes on the Kachel number after a
deactivation and a following activation.
Attention:
The set Kachel number may not be occupied by another component of the S5.
Example:
Kachel number 0
Kachel number 5
Kachel number 10
3.1.1.2. DIP switch S1
3.1.1.2.1. DIP switch S1, Switch 1
Switch 1 of the DIP switch S1 controls the Master - Slave - Setting. To run the device on 'Master', the
switch has to be set to "ON" (standard). Set the switch to "OFF" for the slave mode. This function is
necessary for passing on the actual value during multi-axle operations. The Master recognizes the
actual value with its measuring system and passes it on to the Slave via the external interface. If only
one single CamCon DC115 is used, the DIP switch must always be set to "ON".
3.1.1.2.2. DIP switch S1, Switch 2
Setting this switch to "OFF" blocks the the access of the S5 BUS on the Kachel. This switch must
always be set to "ON" for communication with the S5.
3.1.1.2.3. DIP switch S1, Switch 3
If switch 3 is set to "ON", the CamCon DC115 assembly is stopped via a hardware reset in the Stop
mode of the S5. As a standard the assembly generates its reset itself. CamCon DC115 comes with the
DIP switch set to "OFF".
3.1.1.2.4. DIP switch S1, switch 4
If switch 4 is set to "ON", the hardware reset of the S5 also functions as a hardware reset of the
CamCon DC115 assembly. As a standard the assembly generates its reset itself. CamCon DC115
comes with the DIP switch set to "OFF".
Attention:
Since the Kachel address has to be initialized by the CamCon DC115, the access of
the S5 to the Kachel has to be delayed, because there would otherwise be an
acknowledgement delay.
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3.1.2. Connection plugs on the component side
The SUB-D connection plugs facing the front of the CamCon DC115 component can be, according to
version and usage, plugged on different pin boards of the component side.
3.1.2.1. Connection plug P4
The plug P4 is used for the connection of the serial interface. According to the type of serial interface
(RS485 or RS232), you use the IC U9 (RS485) or the U10 (RS232).
3.1.2.2. Connection plug P5
The plug P5 is for system upgrading and may not be allocated by the user.
3.1.2.3. Connection plug P6
The plug P6 is used as the input of the incremental or the PLL measuring system (SUBD 15).
3.1.2.4. Connection plug P7
The plug P7 is the input of the SSI measuring system (SUBD 15).
3.1.2.5. Connection plug P8
The plug P8 is connected to the output of the external interface.
3.1.2.6. Connection plug P9
The plug P9 is connected to the input of the external interface.
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3.2. Adjusting the soldering bridges on the soldering side
On the soldering side of the DC115 assembly are several soldering bridges that are described as
follows.
3.2.1. Soldering bridges "SJ1, SJ13" and "SJ14, SJ15"
For the supply of the CamCon DC115' s analog output you need a voltage of 24V. This voltage is
available from the BUS of the S5 on the plug board P1 or P2. Please refer to your handbook of the S5,
to know which board holds the 24Volt available.
If the soldering bridges SJ1 and SJ13 are closed, the 24Volt are taken from the board P1.
If the soldering bridges SJ14 and SJ15 are closed, the 24Volt are taken from the board P2.
Attention:
You may only close bridges SJ1 and SJ13 or bridges SJ14 and SJ15 at the same time,
otherwise it would result in a short circuit of the 24V and a destruction of the S5 BUS
system.
Tip:
The device comes from the company with bridges SJ1 and SJ13 closed (the voltage is
taken from board P1).
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3.2.2. Soldering bridges "SJ10, SJ11, SJ12" and "SJ7, SJ8, SJ9"
Either soldering bridges SJ10,11,12 or SJ7,8,9 have to be closed, depending on the measuring system
you wish to use.
The bridges SJ10, SJ11 and SJ12 have to be closed, if you want to use an incremental measuring
system with a signal level of 24Volt or if you chose the PLL measuring system.
The bridges SJ7, SJ8 and SJ9 have to be closed, in case you want to use an SSI measuring system or
if you have connected an incremental measuring system with a signal level of 5Volt (RS422)
See also chapter 3.1.2. Connection plugs on the component side on page 14.
Attention:
The bridges SJ10, SJ11 and SJ12 must be in the same state (all open or all closed),
and the same holds true for bridges SJ7, SJ8 and SJ9. Simultaneously bridging
SJ10,11,12 and SJ7,8,9 is not recommendable, as it would result in the destruction of
the measuring system input
3.2.3. Soldering bridge "SJ3"
This soldering bridge is used to set the size of the used EProms (U13).
EPROM
IC 27C020 (256kByte)
IC 27C040 (512kByte)
Attention:
SJ 3
1-2
2-3
You may not simultaneously bridge 1 - 2 - 3.
3.2.4. Soldering bridges "SJ2, SJ4, SJ5, SJ6"
These soldering bridges serve to adjust the size of the used RAM memory (U11 and U12).
RAM
1 x 32 kByte
2 x 32 kByte
1 x 128 kByte
2 x 128 kByte (standard)
1 x 512 kByte
2 x 512 kByte
SJ 2
2-3
1-2
2-3
1-2
2-3
1-2
SJ 4
open
open
open
open
1-2
2-3
SJ 5
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
open
open
SJ 6
open
1-2
open
2-3
open
2-3
3.2.5. Soldering bridge "SJ16"
This soldering bridge must always be closed. This soldering bridge is not available on hardware
revision b.
3.2.6. Soldering bridge "SJ17"
This soldering bridge is used to set the voltage supply for incremental measuring system to 5V or 24V
DC.
encoder supply
5V (max. 300mA may be extracted)
24V (max. 500mA may be extracted)
SJ 17
1-2
2-3
Attention:
You may not simultaneously bridge 1 - 2 - 3. This will destroy the device.
Attention:
This soldering bridge is not available on hardware revision b. The voltage supply is
always 5V DC.
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4. Mechanical installation instructions
After having configured the component (see chapter "3. Component configuration" on page 12) you
can insert it into the component carrier. To install the CamCon DC115 unit you need an adapter
capsule of the type 6ES5 491-0LB11 for Double - European - Format for the AG155U. You do not need
the capsule for the AG135U and 155U
4.1. Assembly with adapter capsule with the AG115U
For the assembly, enter the CamCon DC115 component along the rails into the capsule. Afterwards
lock the component with the Exzenter at the upper end of the capsule. The capsule with the
component is inserted into the component carrier (in a cold state) and is then locked with screws
4.1.1. Slots in the AG115U
With the CamCon DC115, you can allocate the following black marked slots
PS
-
CPU
X
-
0
X
1
-
2
-
3
-
IM
-
PS
-
CPU
X
-
0
X
X
X
1
X
X
2
X
X
3
X
X
4
X
X
central component
DC115 in the CR 700-0
5
X
X
6
-
IM
-
central component
DC115 in CR 700-1
DC115 in CR 700-2
DC115 in CR 700-3
4.2. Assembly with AG135U / 155U
For the assembly you insert the CamCon DC115 component in a cold state along the rails into the
component carrier. You then lock the component with the locking rail of the component carrier
4.2.1. Slots in the AG135U or AG155U
With the CamCon DC115 you can allocate the following black marked slots.
3
11
19
27
36
43
51
59
67
75
83
91
107
115
123
131
139
146
155
163
central component
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5. Electrical connections
5.1. Pin allocation of the CamCon DC115
5.1.1. Pin allocation of the encoder input with the SSI measuring
system
Pin
4,5:
Pin
12,13:
Pin
1:
Pin
9:
Pin
2:
Pin
10:
Pin 3,6,7,8,11,14,15:
Case
:
0V for SSI measuring system (encoder)
+24V for SSI measuring system (encoder)
Data A or (+)
Data B or (-)
Clock A or (+)
Clock B or (-)
must not be allocated.
shielding
5.1.2. Pin allocation of the encoder input with the 5 Volt (RS422)
incremental measuring system
Pin
Pin
4,5:
12,13:
Pin
1:
Pin
9:
Pin
2:
Pin
10:
Pin
3:
Pin
11:
Pin
6:
Pin 14,15:
Pin
7,8:
Case
:
0V for incremental measuring system (encoder)
Voltage supply for incremental measuring system
(encoder) (see chapter "3.2.6. Soldering bridge "SJ17" on
page 16).
A impulse (+)
A impulse (-)
B impulse (+)
B impulse (-)
C1 impulse (+)
C1 impulse (-)
C2 impulse 24V signal
signal mass for C2 impulse
must not be allocated.
shielding
5.1.3. Pin allocation of the encoder input with the 24 Volt (PNP)
incremental measuring system
Pin
Pin
4,5: 0V for incremental measuring system (encoder)
12,13: Voltage supply for incremental measuring system
(encoder) (see chapter "3.2.6. Soldering bridge
"SJ17" on page 16).
Pin
1: A impulse
Pin
2: B impulse
Pin
3: C1 impulse
Pin
6: C2 impulse
Pin 9,10,11,14,15: signal mass
Pin
7,8: must not be allocated.
Case
: shielding
5.1.4. Pin allocation of the encoder input with the 24 Volt
PLL measuring system
Fig.: CamCon 115
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Case
1:
2:
9,10,11,14,15:
2 to 8 u.12,13:
:
Tact impulse
synchronous impulse
signal mass
must not be allocated.
shielding
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5.1.5. Pin allocation of the external interface with 9 poles
To connect additional outputs and inputs or to operate the CamCon in the Master - Slave - Mode you
have to use the external interface. The cable connecting the interfaces has 6 poles (max. 1000m cable
length). The data transfer is done by opto couplers, leaving the connection free of potentials.
DSUB 9 socket:
DSUB 9 pin board:
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
1,4,7:
2:
6:
8:
3:
5:
9:
Note:
output of the external interface ( Master )
input of the external interface ( Slave )
mass
TxD (+)
TxD (-)
CLK (+)
CLK (-)
RxD (+)
RxD (-)
The pin allocation of the input and the output of the external interface alike. The
connection must be made with a 1 : 1 cable.
external
interface
external
interface
5.1.6. Pin allocation of the serial interface with 9 poles
When you task the CamCon you can choose the type of serial interface (RS232 or RS485). The pin
allocation and the wiring differ with each type.
5.1.6.1. Pin allocation of the serial RS232 interface
DSUB 9 pin board:
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
1,4 u. 6-9:
2:
3:
5:
RS232 interface for PC connection (max. 15m cable length)
must not be allocated
TxD
RxD
mass
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5.1.6.2. Pin allocation of the serial RS485 interface
DSUB 9 pin board:
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
1,4:
2:
3:
5:
6-9:
CamCon
RS485 interface for PC connection or for the linking of several devices
(maximum cable length 1000m).
closedown resistors
B (-)
A (+)
mass
not allocated
interface converter
PC
CamCon
CamCon
interface converter
PC
CamCon
CamCon
Please note:
With an RS485 interface the connection plugs of the first and the last unit of a
linked chain, pins 1 and 2, as well as pins 3 and 4 have to be bridged to close
off the data and the input cable. Herefore the device has closedown resistors
at pins 1 and 4.
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5.1.7. Pin allocation of the analog output
Pin
Pin
Pin
1:
2:
3:
0V for analog output
analog output 1
analog output 2
5.1.8. Pin allocation of the inputs
The connection pins of inputs 1-16 and of the outputs 25-40 are used in two ways. If you e.g. set output
40, input 8 will also activate.
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
11:
12:
13:
14:
15:
16:
17:
18:
19:
20:
0V
input 1
( output 33 )
input 2
( output 34 )
input 3
( output 35 )
input 4
( output 36 )
input 5
( output 37 )
input 6
( output 38 )
input 7
( output 39 )
input 8
( output 40 )
+24V DC voltage supply for outputs 33-40
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
41:
42:
43:
44:
45:
46:
47:
48:
49:
50:
0V
input 9
( output 25 )
input 10
( output 26 )
input 11
( output 27 )
input 12
( output 28 )
input 13
( output 29 )
input 14
( output 30 )
input 15
( output 31 )
input 16
( output 32 )
+24V DC voltage supply for outputs 25-32
5.1.9. Pin allocation of the outputs
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
11:
12:
13:
14:
15:
16:
17:
18:
19:
20:
0V
output 33
( input 1 )
output 34
( input 2 )
output 35
( input 3 )
output 36
( input 4 )
output 37
( input 5 )
output 38
( input 6 )
output 39
( input 7 )
output 40
( input 8 )
+24V DC voltage supply for outputs 33-40
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
21:
22:
23:
24:
25:
26:
27:
28:
29:
30:
0V
output 17
output 18
output 19
output 20
output 21
output 22
output 23
output 24
+24V DC voltage supply for outputs 17-24
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Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
31:
32:
33:
34:
35:
36:
37:
38:
39:
40:
0V
output 1
output 2
output 3
output 4
output 5
output 6
output 7
output 8
+24V DC voltage supply for outputs 1-8 and periphery
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
41:
42:
43:
44:
45:
46:
47:
48:
49:
50:
0V
output 25
( input 9 )
output 26
( input 10 )
output 27
( input 11 )
output 28
( input 12 )
output 29
( input 13 )
output 30
( input 14 )
output 31
( input 15 )
output 32
( input 16 )
+24V DC voltage supply for outputs 25-32
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
51:
52:
53:
54:
55:
56:
57:
58:
59:
60:
0V
output 9
output 10
output 11
output 12
output 13
output 14
output 15
output 16
+24V DC voltage supply for outputs 9-16 and periphery
5.1.10. Voltage supply of the CamCon
The CamCon DC115 is supplied with 5V by the BUS of the S5. The periphery has to be supplied with
voltage from the outside, since it is galvanically separated from the S5 BUS. The serial interface,
however, is not galvanically separated. For the periphery (external interface, encoder, analog outputs
and inputs) to function, it has to be supplied +24V at either pin 40 or pin 60. The voltage supply of the
outputs has to be connected for every output block (see above), because they are not connected
among each other and cannot share the voltage.
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5.2. The measuring system
The measuring system supplies the actual values (positions) necessary for the cam controller.
You can connect all different kinds of measuring systems to the :
See also chapter "5.1. Pin allocation of the CamCon DC115" on page 18 and for the adaption of the
measuring system to the software of the CamCon see also chapter "8.4.1. Measuring system" on page
46.
Note: Consult the handbook of your measuring system.
5.2.1. SSI measuring system input
Systems with serial synchronous interface = SSI. The SSI interface is a well-known interface in the
industry for absolute single and multi-turn encoders. With this interface, the CamCon supplies the
measuring system with 24Volt. For the readout of data, the CamCon emmits a clock signal (Clock) with
an RS422 level to the measuring system. The measuring system answers synchronously with the
output (Data) of the position in gray code. The frequency of the clock signal depends on the cable
length to the measuring system and can be set at the CamCon.
Note: The data protocol corresponds to the Stegmann SSI norm.
Clock
Tp
= clock impulse
max. 1MHz to min. 66kHz.
(adjustable through the cable
length)
= Mono flop time 25µs
Data
Tmono
Encoder
CamCon
Please note:
Only use a sheathed pairwise connection cable. Do not put
the cable near power current wires. If possible, put the
screening up at both sides.
+24V DC
0V
Clock +
Clock Data +
Data -
5.2.2. Parallel measuring system input
Systems with parallel 24V data cables.
e.g. single turn encoders or changers with with parallel data output.
A gray coded value is put to the free inputs of the CamCon that is read as the actual position. Since
these cables are very expensive and the EMV adaption is limited, this interface type is not used very
ofter any more by the industry.
Note:
Because the outputs of CamCons DC16 and DC115 are partially switched parallel to the
inputs, they may not be programmed under any circumstances, which reduces the
number of available outputs.
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5.2.3. Incremental measuring system input
Systems with 90 degree phase shifting signals.
e.g. rotation encoders or gate easuring instruments.
At the time, the incremental measuring system is only available for CamCons DC16/50/51 and DC115
as an option. There are two signal levels:
-
24V PNP signal inputs
5V RS422 signal inputs
Note:
(the option for the ordering number: J)
(the option for the ordering number: I)
Only the 24V PNP signals are available for the CamCon DC16.
In both cases the CamCon supplies the measuring system with 24Volt/DC or, in the case of CamCon
DC115, either with 5 or 24Volt/DC. The measuring system supplies as a counter signal two impulses
(A + B) (shifted by 90 degrees). These are counted by the CamCon, and the position value is
calculated. It also supplies a zero impulse per rotation (Clear 1) for synchronisation purposes. To
prevent the synchronisation (setting to zero) of the counter, there is a further clear signal available at
the CamCon (Clear 2).
A Imp.
The signals Clear 1 and Clear 2 are a standard AND linked and
their function can be changed through the software. See chapter
"8.4.1.5.3. Inkremental-measuring system" on page 49
B Imp.
Clear 1
Clear 2
5.2.3.1. Incremental measuring system input with 5V RS422 level
If you are using the 5V RS422 system, you have to switch all
signals of the measuring system input, otherwise the input state
is undefined. If there is no signal available for one of the two
'Clear inputs', this input has to be switched to mass on the (+)
signal to switch this input to 'low'. The inputs of the measuring
system may be connected only with a voltage of 5V max. Watch
out also for the supply voltage for the encoder, that can be either
5 or 24Volt. At the time only the CamCon DC115 is able to
supply a voltage of 5Volt for the encoder.
5.2.3.2. Incremental measuring system input with 24V PNP level
If a 24V PNP signal is used as a data input, you may only
connect the (+) signals of the inputs. The (-) signals have to
remain unswitched in this case. The connection of such a
measuring system requires a change of the internal circuits and
has to be specified with your order.
Note:
There are no (-) signals at the incremental input of
the CamCon DC16.
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5.2.4. Analog measuring system input
Systems, that receive their actual position from changes of voltages.
e.g. temperature measurement.
For the gathering of analog signals, the CamCon uses the changer module AWA/SSI in 8 and 12 Bit
resolution. This module is connected to the SSI interface of the CamCon and is activated by selecting
the analog measuring system in the menu "Measuring system" .
5.2.5. PLL measuring system input
Systems with Phase - Lock - Loop data-collecting, e.g. to receive the actual positions through initiator
impulses using interpolation. This measuring system is used with machines that have a fixed speed
and regular period.
= Initiator impulse
= Calculated position
The initiator be connected to any free input of the CamCon DC16/40/50/51 or DC90.
Note:
The CamCon DC115 has a special input on the SUB-D plug with 25 poles for this
purpose..
See also chapter "8.4.1.5.5. PLL measuring system" on page 51.
5.2.6. Timer as a measuring system
Systems, which are directed by internal time, e.g. the time-directed sequence of a washing machine.
With this option, the CamCon defines a time, with a basis of min. 1 ms, as actual position. It is possible
to influence the process of time by putting signals to the inputs.
See also chapter "8.4.1.5.6. Timer way simulation" on page 51.
5.2.7. RS232 as a measuring system
Systems, receiving their actual position through the RS232 interface, e.g. for a junction of a Stegmann
POMUX linear scale to a RS232 data output.
Attention:
The activation of this measuring system blocks the RS232 interface for
programming. This measuring system is only reasonable with a CamCon
DC50/51.
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5.3. The outputs
The CamCon DC115 has 40 short circuit-proof outputs. They deliver 24Volt high active signals and
aret potentially free to the S5 BUS. The outputs 1-8, 9-16, 17-24, 25-32 and 33-40 are separated from
each other and have to bee supplied separately from the outside. The outputs supply a permanent
courage of 0.5A.(see also chapter 8.4.6.2. Setting the outputs on page 61)
Please note:
Outputs 33 - 40 share pins with inputs 1 - 8 and
Outputs 25 - 32 share pins with inputs 9 - 16
Attention: For inductive loads the inductances have to be tripped with a freewheeling
diode.
5.4. The inputs
The CamCon DC115 has 16 inputs. These inputs work with high active 24Volt signals and are
potentially free to the S5 BUS. The input resistance is 5.7kOhm.
Please note:
Inputs 1 - 8 share pins with outputs 33 - 40 and
Inputs 9 - 16 share pins with outputs 25 - 32.
The input wiring:
The input resistance
is about 5.7 KOhm.
During the manufacturing, no functions are assigned to the inputs of the CamCon. This has to be done
by the user during the setting of the system registers. See chapter "8.4.6. System upgrading" on page
61, chapter "8.4.1. Measuring system" on page 46, chapter "8.4.6.5. Setting the external program
selection" on page 61 and chapter "8.4.6.4. Setting the keyboard lock" on page 61.
5.5. Safety precautions during welding operations
Attention: For the duration of welding operations carried out at the machine, the
connecting wires concerning the data exchange from the measuring system to the CamCon
and the power supply as well as the grounding connections and inputs and outputs have to
be separated from the CamCon.
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5.6. The status LED
The status LED of the CamCon shows the different blinking intervalls of the the device state.
This way, the operation state of the device can be seen without a PC or a terminal.
total time: 3.2 seconds
State
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
"OK"
"Clear..."
"Pos.Error: 1"
"Pos.Error: 2"
"Pos.Error: 3"
"Pos.Error: 5"
"Output Error"
"indicates an error in the EEPROM memory"
See also chapter "10. Error messages and error recovery" on page 74.
The status LED (red) of the CamCon DC115 is on the board behind the plug for outputs 33 - 40.
6. General programming information
To program CamCon units without integrated input devices (CamCons DC16/90 and CamCon DC115)
you can use any IBM or compatible PC with a VGA monitor, harddisk, serial interface and an MS-DOS
version of at least 3.3. Also required are the program DIGISOFT for CamComs DC16/40/50/90/115
and a connection cable; in case of an RS485 interface, you also need a level converter. There is also
the possibility to do the programming with a CamCon DC50/51 or a CamCon CT10 terminal. All of the
following operations and functions have references to the inputs made with the PC software or the
CamCon DC50/51 (CT10) terminal, i.e. the key commands of the PC or the CamCon DC50/51
terminal are transmitted to the CamCon unit via the serial interface. As a return, the display of the
CamCon unit is sent to the PC or the CamCon DC50/51 terminal.
The programming via the Kachel - handling is described in chapter "14. Kachel communication" on
page 80. The programming of the variable parameters of the CamCon DC115 is possible via the
Kachel interface and the serial interface.
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6.1. Outline of key functions
cursor down
cursor up
cursor to the left, shifting cams
cursor to the right, shifting cams
choose cam activation point, character selection during text input,
(or PC 'PageUp' key)
choose cam deactivation point, character selection during text input
(or PC 'PageDown' key)
input of cams, special measuring systems, character during text input
place holder for display formats, reset during error messages, special functions
Escape: leaving the current menu, returning to the next higher menu
deletion of cams, outputs, programs and single characters during text input
deletion of single characters during text input
confirm input and save data
changes the algebraic sign during data input
comma
...
numeric keys for data input
6.2. Menu selection
You can select a desired menu by pressing the corresponding numeric key or by moving the cursor
(the black beam) on the menu name with keys
and
and pressing the
key.
6.3. Selection of a menu point
The input in the single menus issubdevided into menu points. These are active (or selected), if the
display is inverted. The selection of these menu points is made with keys
,
,
and
and a
confirmation of your choice with the
key. You can always cancel an input by pressing the
key. If
you pressed a wrong key, the unit shows a hint of the keys you can use in this menu and their
functions.
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6.4. Text input
With menu points, in which texts have to be implemented, the
the
and
using the
and
keys function together with
keys like a coordinate control. You select the desired position for the first character,
and
keys. Then you can choose the character with the
and
keys, by going up
and down through the alphabet or the ASCII characters. If you move the cursor to the right with the
key, character entered prior to this will appear in the new position of the cursor, simplifying making
repeated inputs of the same character.
If you have made an error you can go back to the wrong character to correct it, using the
key or the
key. This will cause the other characters to become erased. To abandon the input press the
key.
Attention:
The software for the text input at the CamCon has changed since EPROMS of 1/97. The
selectio of desired characters is now realized with keys
and
. With keys
and
you can now position the cursor anywhere in the previously entered text. You can
overwrite characters, insert characters by pressing the
keys
Note:
or
key or delete characters with
.
The text input is also possible directly through the PC.
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7. Commissioning
Please check the wiring of the CamCon before the first activation. Please see chapter "5.1. Pin
allocation of the CamCon DC115" on page 18.
Attention: In the case of inductive loads, switch the outputs with a free wheeling diode.
Covers or inductivities in the switchboard, near to the CamCon unit or
influencing it or its wiring, have to be switched with a deletion unit.
After the activation of the voltage supply, the unit ewiths a short tone. Then it will perform internal tests
(e.g. calculating the proof total of EPROM and EEPROM) and start the system. This process takes
several seconds. Once this process is finished, the Kachel is initialized on the S5 BUS. In this
preliminary phase, the S5 CPU may not contact the Kachel, having to wait until the initialization
process is complete (about 2 - 3 seconds).
After first activating the supply voltage, the program memory is not in a defined state. So when first
using the CamCon unit you have to put a complete deletion into operation as follows:
1.
Press the
key, you leave the standard display and
enter the main menu:
2.
Select the menu point "Unit configuration" , the
request to enter your user code is displayed on the
LCD:
3.
Enter your user code. If you have not programmed
your own key, use the standard key number
"5693"!
4.
Press the
key to confirm your user code. If a
false code is entered, "Wrong user code!" is shown on the display. In this case, press any key,
and reenter the code. The display returns to the main menu after about 30 sec., if no numbers
are entered or the input is not confirmed with the
key.
After the correct user code is entered, the display shows
the configuration menu.
5.
Select the menu point "Format unit" , the following
question is displayed:
6.
Move the cursor to "yes" with the
7.
Press the
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key.
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After about 5 sec. the display returns to the configuration menu. This waiting time depends on the size
of the used EEPROM, since the memory has to be formatted. With the use of a 32k - EEPROM it is
increased to approximately 2 min. After this time the complete deletion is finished. All cams are erased,
all system registers have the standard value.
Now you can begin with the system setting.
To make your device operable, you have to set a minimum number of parameters on your CamCon.
This is the recommended order of the parameterization. You can find the neccessary information in the
corresponding chapters.
1)
2)
3)
System setting, System upgrading
System setting, Cable length
System setting, Measuring system
See chapter "8.4.6. System upgrading" on page 61.
See chapter "8.4.4.1. The cable length" on page 57.
See chapter "8.4.1. Measuring system" on page 46.
If you have adjusted the inputs according to the corresponding chapters, the CamCon is ready and no
more error messages should occur. Of course we recommend to go through the whole system setting
menu to receive a maximum of user ability and comfort.
After the system setting you can begin with the cam programming.
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8. Operation of the CamCon
8.1. The main menu
The programming always starts at the main menu. No
matter in which state of programming you are, you can
always reach the main menu by pressing the
(several times, if necessary).
key
By pressing the corresponding number or by selection
with keys
and
and a verification with the
you can enter the submenus.
key,
8.2. The standard display
You reach the submenu for the display for normal operation of the cam controller via the main menu
point "Visual mode" or by pressing the
key (at the main menu).
In the display menu, the active program number, the
relative speed as a bar (e.g. for an analog speed output)
and the current actual position, respectively the absolute
speed (with higher rotational numbers), are displayed.If
the measuring system is put into a slow motion the
respective actual position is shown on the display. With
increasing rotation velocity the device switches at a
defined point (5%) to a display showing the current speed
in the desired representation; a negative direction in the
rotation is shown through a negative sign in front of the
displayed value.
The configuration of the speed display is done in the system setting menu. Here you can e.g. disable
the automatic change of the display, by selecting a certain display type (see chapter "8.4.3. The speed
adjustment" on page 55).
8.2.1. Changing the display
If you want to receive status information of in- and outputs during operation, you can switch through the
several status displays, using keys
inputs and outputs:
and
. The display then shows an outline of operation for
Output display
Input display
As soon as an in- or output activates, its field on the display turns black.
In the lower righthand corner of the display, you can see the current position or the absolute speed at a
faster movement.
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8.2.2. Program change
With the CamCon you are capable of storing several programs. To choose one of these programs you
have to be in the standard display. The selection of a desired program is done as follows:
1.
2.
Press the
key, the display shows the request for your user code.
Enter your user code.
3.
Press the
4.
Enter program number with the numeric keys
5.
Press the
key, the cursor goes to the menu field of the program number.
key to complete your input
The CamCon will change programs according to the program selection parameters you entered. If the
process takes longer that one second, the display will blink until the selection is complete see chapter
"8.4.6.6. Setting the program selection mode" on page 62.
8.2.3. Program name
With the CamCon you can assign a text to the stored programs. This is recommended when important
information needs to be linked to the program number (e.g. a toolnumber or the name of a product).
The input of the program name is done as follows:
1.
2.
Press the
key, the display shows the request for your user code
Enter your user code
3.
Press the
key, the cursor goes to the menu field of the program number
4.
Press the
key, the cursor goes to the text input of the program number
Here you can enter a name for your program (see chapter "6.4. Text input" on page 29).
5.
Confirm your input with the
key
The presentation of the program name changes with the length of the input text. 2 lines with 21
characters each or 1 line with 10 characters can be displayed.
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8.3. Cam programming
To get to the actual cam programming select "Cam programming" in the main menu. The display
switches to the programming menu:
The upper part shows the current actual position, the switched state of the selected output and the
chosen program. The lower part displays an output with programmed cams and their activation and
their deactivation points. If no input is made within two minutes the CamCon automatically returns to
the main menu for reasons of safety.
8.3.1. Output selection for programming
You can select the desired output by pressing the
By pressing the
and
keys.
key you reach the direct input of the output number.
With the numeric keys you can select the number of the output you want to select. Confirm your
selection with the
key.
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8.3.2. Program selection for programming
You reach the input of the output number by pressing the
and enter the program selection for the programming.
key. You skip this by pressing the
key
Enter the number of the desired program by using the numeric keys. Confirm your input with the
key.
A change in the program number does not lead to a change in the momentarily active cam
program. This means: You can program a program while another program operates the
outputs.
8.3.3. Programming the dead time compensation
You reach the input of the output number by pressing the
and enter the dead time you want to compensate.
key. You skip this by pressing the
key
With the numeric keys you can enter the dead time that you need to compesate.
By pressing the
key with the input you can limit the effect of the dead time compensation to the
program you are programming (private). A renewed pressing of the
dead time compensation for this program.
Confirm your input by pressing the
key takes on the standard
key.
References to the way dead time compensation works can be found in chapter "2.1. Dead time
compensation" on page 9.
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8.3.4. Programming the output name
You reach the input of the output number by pressing the
and enter the input of the output name of this output.
key. You skip this by pressing the
key
Here you can enter the output name via text input see chapter "6.4. Text input" on page 29.
8.3.5. Cam Input
By pressing the
key you start the input of a cam. On the display the field for the cam activation
point (left bar) is underlayed in black, while a stylized cam blinks in the range of the two bars. With the
numeric keys you enter the position for the cam activation point.
After you confirm your selection with the
key, the field for the cam deactivation point is underlayed
in black. Simultaneously, the dropping flank of the stylized cam starts to blink.
Enter the value for the cam deactivation point with the numeric keys and finish your input with the
pressing of the
key.
Remember:
The maximum expansion of a cam can never reach a full rotation. For the
programming of such a cam you have to program a security output (see chapter
"8.4.5. The special outputs" on page 57.
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8.3.6. Adding cams
In case you want to program additional cams on this output, you have to use the
press this key the following is displayed on the display:
key. When you
Here you can enter the positions for the activation and the deactivation point for the cam, as is
described in the chapter "8.3.5. Cam Input". If you enter a cam that overlaps with an already existing
cam, you create a single, greater cam.
Example:
The previously configured cam lies between 50 and 120 degrees. If you now create a new
cam between 90 and 180 degrees, these two cams are combined into a new cam from 50
to 180 degrees.
8.3.7. Cam Teach - In
If you are in an input field of an activation or deactivation point during cam programming, you can
assume the current actual position for the field by pressing the
and brought up to date until the
input.
,
,
or
key. The actual position is displayed
key is pressed to confirm the value or to abort the
8.3.8. Cam Search
With the
and
keys you can call up and control the programmed cams. With each activation a
single cam is displayed, and its neighbouring cams are shown as their flanks on the edges of the
display.
The increasing course of the cam curvature on the right edge of the display points to another cam that
is positioned between the cam deactivation point (180°) and the higher border of the measurement
range (e.g.:359°). The left flank hints to the presence of additional cams between the cam activation
point (45°) and the lower border of the measurement range (e.g.:0°).
With the
and
keys you can determine wether there are other programmed cams.
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8.3.9. Cam deletion
If you want to completely erase a cam, select the cam using the
key, causing the following question to be displayed:
To delete the cam, move the cursor to "yes" with the
choice.
and
key, and press the
keys and press the
key to confirm your
8.3.10. Output (cam track) deletion
If you want to completely erase an output (cam track), you have to press the
of the output number.
key to enter the input
Now you can enter the number of the output you want to delete with the numeric keys. Press the
key and the following question is displayed:
Move the cursor to "yes" with the
key and press the
key to confirm your input.
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8.3.11. Copying programmed outputs (cam tracks)
With the CamCon you have the option to copy all the cams you have programmed on one output to
additional outputs. First press the
key to enter the input of the output number. Select the output that
you want to copy to the previous selected output with the numeric keys. Press the
copying process. The following question is displayed:
key to start the
Move the cursor to "yes" with the
key and press the
key to confirm your input.
This starts the copying process. After a short while the new output will appear on the display.
8.3.12. Shifting cam tracks
With the CamCon you have the option to shift all the programmed cams of one output, using the
and the
Press the
key.
or the
If you now press the
key to enter the input of the activation or the deactivation point.
key or the
key, all the cams of this output are shifted by one increment. In
this case the cams are directly taken over into the memory without the use of the
before). The shifting process is ended by pressing either the
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key (unlike
key.
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8.3.13. Deleting programs
If you want to erase a whole program, you have to press the
number. Skip it by pressing the
key to enter the input of the output
key, and you enter the program selection for programming.
Enter the number of the program that you want to delete with the numeric keys. Press
and the
display shows the security precaution question for the deletion of programs. Move the cursor to "yes"
with the
key, and press the
key to delete the program.
8.3.14. Copying programs
With the CamCon you also copy whole programs. This is done as follows:
1.
Press the
2.
3.
Press the
key, the cursor moves to the input of the program number.
Select the program you want to copy using the numeric keys.
4.
Press the
key to confirm your selection.
5.
Press the
key, the cursor moves to the input of the output number.
6.
7.
Press the
key, the cursor moves to the input of the program number.
Using the numeric keys, select the program onto which you want to copy the previously selected
program.
8.
Press the
9.
key, the cursor moves to the input of the output number.
key, to start the copying process. The display shows the question:
Move the cursor to "yes" with the
key and press the
key to confirm your input.
This finally initializes the copying process, and after a short while the new program appears on the
display.
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8.3.15. Examples for cam programming
8.3.15.1. First cam programming
Task: After a complete deletion of the program memory and a successful initialization of the system, a
cam shall be programmed for output 4 from 100° to 200° with a dead time compensation of 100ms
Solution:
1.
Choose the main menu point "Programming".
2.
Enter your user code and press the
the programming menu displayed.
3.
Press the
4.
key, the cursor moves to the field for
Press the
dead time compensation.
Enter the value "1000" with the numeric keys.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
key, to have
key and enter "4".
Press the
key to enter the cam activation point.
The cursor moves to the input field for the cam
activation point. Simultaneously, a stylized cam
starts blinking.
Enter the value "100" for the cam activation point
with the numeric keys.
Press the
key. The cursor moves to the input
field for the cam deactivation point.
Enter the value "200" for the cam deactivation point
with the numeric keys.
10. Press the
key to confirm your input. The first
cam is now programmed.
11. You can leave this menu any time by pressing the
key.
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8.3.15.2. Programming additional cams on an output
Task: Program an additional cam from 300° to 330° in program 0, on output 4 with the cam from 100°
to 200°.
Solution
1.
Select the menu point "programming" in the main
menu.
2.
Enter your user code and press the
programming menu is displayed:
3.
Select output 4 with the
"4" and press the
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
key. The
key or press
, enter
key again.
key to enter the cam activation point
Press the
for an additional cam. The cursor moves to the input
field for the cam activation point; a stylized cam
starts to blink simultaneously.
Enter the value "300" for the cam activation point by
using the numeric keys.
Press the
or the
key. The cursor moves to
the input field for the cam deactivation point.
Enter the value "330" for the cam deactivation point
by using the numeric keys.
Press the
key to confirm your input. The second
cam is programmed.
The display shows the newly programmed cam as well as the cam between 100° and 200° as a flank
on the left edge of the display.
9.
You can leave this menu at any time by pressing the
key.
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8.3.15.3. Deletion of a particular cam
Task: In program 0 the inserted cam between 300° and 330° shall be erased.
Solution:
1.
Select the menu point "cam programming" in the
main menu.
2.
Enter your user code and press the
programming menu is displayed.
3.
Select output 4 with the
"4" and press the
key or press
, enter
key again.
4.
Select the inserted cam with the
5.
Press the
question:
key.
key. The display shows the following
6.
Using the
key, move the cursor to "yes".
7.
Press the
key to confirm your input. The cam between 300° and 330° is erased.
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8.3.16. Programming analog cams
If your CamCon is equipped with analog outputs, and you have activated the option of analog cams
(see chapter "8.4.5.7. Configuration of the analog cams" on page 59), the last "normal" output will be
displayed as the first analog output after pressing the
you can choose the next output number by pressing the
+
. If several analog outputs are programmed,
key.
=>
The output numbers of the analog cam outputs are always added to the numbers of "normal" outputs
and this number can be selected directly from the programming menu. If you have configured e.g. 32
cam outputs, the number of the first analog cam starts at the output 33. The output number of the
analog cam changes automatically when you change the number of "normal" outputs (see chapter
"8.4.6.2. Setting the outputs" on page 61).
The programming of the analog cam is mostly done as described in the chapters for "normal" cam
programming (see chapter "8.3. Cam programming"). For analog outputs, you do not program a
position as a deactivation point, but an analog value. If several such values are programmed at
different positions and the measuring system starts to move, CamCon controlls the analog output in
such a fashion, that a curve is done, corresponding with the drawing below.
without interpolation
with interpolation
+10V
0°
-10V
+10V
90°
180°
270°
360°
0°
90°
180°
270°
360°
-10V
Through interpolation of the definition points, CamCon can adjust the values and present a curve,
corresponding to the above right drawing.
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8.3.16.1. Creating the first analog cam
To program your first analog cam, choose the program and the desired output for programming (see
chapters: "8.3.2. Program selection for programming" and "8.3.1. Output selection for programming").
Press the
key and enter the position value for the first definition point. Now press the
analog value and confirm your input with the
Note:
, enter the
key.
As long as only one cam is programmed on a cam track, the programmed analog value is
emitted for the whole way of the measuring system.
8.3.16.2. Adding an analog cam
To add another definition point, choose a desired output, press the
value. Press the key
key and enter a new position
, enter the analog value and confirm your input with the
key.
Further cams are added with the same procedure.
8.3.16.3. Changing the analog cam
To change or delete an analog cam, proceed as described in chapters "8.3.8. Cam Search", "8.3.9.
Cam deletion" and "8.3.10. Output (cam track) deletion".
Note:
The programming of a dead time, the copying of an analog cam track and the shifting of
the complete cam track is not possible at the time.
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8.4. Unit configuration (system setting)
Before you are able to use this device, you have to give
it all the information about the parameters of your
measuring system. Select the menu point "System
setting" in the main menu. The display shows the
system setting menu:
8.4.1. Measuring system
When you select the menu point "Measuring system",
the display changes to the measuring system menu:
Here you can configure the measuring system, the
resolution, the electronic gear, the actual position
hysteresis, the rotation direction and the display format
of the actual position, as well as a special measuring
system. Additionally, the menu point "Position:"
always shows the actual position of the CamCon. See
also chapter "5.2. The measuring system" on page 23.
8.4.1.1. The standard measuring systems
The display gives the resolution of the measuring
system in steps per rotation. Generally the CamCon
works with a rotation angle coder that has a resolution
of 360 steps per rotation. In this case a change in the
input value is superfluous. Otherwise the CamCon can
be adjusted to the measuring system with the
and
keys. You can choose between the following
predefined resolutions, that are all in accordance with
common rotation encoders: 256, 360, 512, 1000, 1024,
2048, 4096 and 8192 steps. Should you not be able to set values in higher resolution ranges, it is
because there is not enough memory available. If this is the case you have to extend the memory of
the device. Also, you can configure two analog SSI changer modules, AWA/SSI/8 and AWA/SSI/12, for
the gathering of analog signals. These modules are connected to the SSI port of the CamCon.
Note:
Should you not be able to set values in higher resolution ranges, it is because there is not
enough memory available. You will need to upgrade the memory of your device. See also
chapter "13. Calculation of the RAM memory" on page 79.
8.4.1.2. The actual position hysteresis
At the menu point "Hyst." you enter the actual position
hysteresis.
This value is needed to suppress the flashing of the
outputs during uneven data gathering. The exact value
can only be determined through experiments, though it
should be as small as possible or always "0". The
hysteresis can be between 0 and 1/4th of the total
resolution, but can never exceed 255 impulses.
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8.4.1.3. The electronic gear
In the menu point "Measuring system" a factor for a measuring range transformation can be entered.
Through this the physical measuring range e.g. of a rotation encoder is transformed into a new, for the
user effective visible measuring range. Generally this transformation has the relation 1:1. The first
value represents the multiplier of the actual position, while the second value stands for the divisor
through which the result of the previous multiplication is divided. The result of this operation is the
display value. A negative value in the field of the multiplier changes the direction of the rotation of the
measuring system. To switch the algebraic sign press the
Example:
key during the input of the multiplier.
At a full rotation of a rotation encoder with 360 steps per rotation a machine proceeds for
1000mm.
If the display of the position is to be shown is mm rather than in angular lines, you have
reset the gear with the factor 1000 / 360. The display will no longer change in single steps,
since the resolution remains unaffected.
If you choose e.g. 100 / 360, the actual position is calculated down to a proceeding range
of 100. The position display is carried out in cm, but a floating point representation is not
possible.
8.4.1.3.1. Electronically changing the rotation direction
The direction of the rotation of the measuring system is
set at the multiplier of the electronic gear by changing
its algebraic sign. Press the
key during the input of
the multiplier. See the chapter "8.4.1.3. The electronic
gear".
8.4.1.4. The display format of the actual position
In this menu point you can set the format for the display of the actual position.
The three # are the place holders for the number value
of the display. You can enter additional comments and
the unit of the measured value, e.g. mm, cm or inch
with linear systems. See chapter "6.4. Text input" on
page 29. If you want to display a decimal point, you can
insert one between the place holders (e.g.: ###.#mm).
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8.4.1.5. Configuration of a special measuring system
You have the possibility with CamCon to configure a
special measuring system, according to the following
steps:
1.
2.
To configure the special measuring system press
the
key. The menu for the input of a new
measuring system appears on the the display.
Enter the measuring system description. See
chapter "6.4. Text input" on page 29.
3.
4.
Presss the
key to end the input of the first line. The cursor moves to the next line.
Enter additional text (if desired).
5.
Press the
system".
6.
Select the type of the measuring system with the
key to end the text input. The cursor moves to the next menu point, "Measuring
and
keys.
key to confirm your input. Now the menu for the measuring system chosen by
7.
Press the
you is created. The following chapters discribe the different measuring systems and their settings.
8.4.1.5.1. SSI measuring system
If you selected "SSI" for your special measuring system
in the measuring system input, the following menu is
created:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5
Enter the bit number of the resolution of the SSI
measuring system
A resolution of e.g. 500 impulses corresponds with 9
bits.
Now enter the position of the lowest-situated bit
(LSB).
In our example the LSB would be on 9th position. You can get more specific information from the
manufacturer of your measuring system.
Now enter the cut of the measuring system code.
In our example this would be ( 512 - 500 ) / 2 = 6.
Finally you have to enter the position of the SSI - errorbit of the measuring system. With standard
rotation encoders of the firm Stegmann this position is 14. Always transfer a 0 to this position.
Press the
Attention:
key to confirm your inputs and exit this menu.
The position of the data bits can be seen in the graphic in the upper part of the display.
You can determine the positions of the LSB, HSB and errorbits quite easily by moving the
measuring system.
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8.4.1.5.2. Parallel Gray measuring system
If you selected "PARAL." for your special measuring
system in the measuring system input, the following
menu is created:
1.
2.
3
Enter the resolution of the parallel gray measuring
system.
Here e.g. 500 impulses.
Now declare the input of the lowest-situated bit
(LSB).
In our example the position of the LSB would be at input 7. With a resolution of 500 impulses 9
bits of resolution are needed. The CamCon automatically determines the position of the remaining
inputs once it knows the position of the LSB; they are determined in increasing order. In our
example inputs 7 to 16 would be allocated with the bits of the rotation encoder.
Press the
key to confirm your inputs and exit this menu.
8.4.1.5.3. Inkremental-measuring system
If you selected "INC" for your special measuring system in
the measuring system input, the following menu is
created:
1.
2.
3.
Enter the value of the prescaler (predivisor) with the
and
keys. The prescaler divides or multiplies
the incoming impulses from the measuring system
with the defined value. The following scalers can be
entered: "*4", "*2", "*1", "/2", "/4", "/8", "/16", "/32",
"/64", "/128", "/256", "/512".
Here the prescaler is set to "*4". This means that a measuring system with a resolution of 500
impulses supplies the device with 2000 impulses.
Now you enter in the field of the resolution the maximum number of needed impulses. This value
is the maximum resolution, that can be evaluated by the CamCon. If more impulses than this
maximum resolution are counted, the CamCon reports the error message "Pos Err:3". In this
case the maximum resolution has to be reset with a higher value or the actual position has to be
set to zero through a clear signal.
In the field "Clear mode" you set the functions for the two extra inputs C1 and C2 with the
and
the
key. Here you have the choice between eight possible functions.
"C1 & C2"
If input C1 is high and C2 is high, the counter is set to zero.
"/C1 & C2"
If input C1 is low and C2 is high, the counter is set to zero.
"C1 & /C2"
If input C1 is high and C2 is low, the counter is set to zero.
"/C1 & /C2" If input C1 is low and C2 is low, the counter is set to zero.
"C1 : W"
If input C1 is high, the counter is set to zero.
If input C2 is high, the impulses of the measuring system are no longer counted (Wait).
"/C1 : W"
If input C1 is low, the counter is set to zero.
If input C2 is high, the impulses of the measuring system are no longer counted (Wait).
"C1 : /W"
If input C1 is high, the counter is set to zero.
If input C2 is low, the impulses of the measuring system are no longer counted (Wait).
"/C1 : /W".
If input C1 is low, the counter is set to zero.
If input C2 is low, the impulses of the measuring system are no longer counted (Wait).
Attention:
The "Clear mode" of the CamCon DC16 cannot be changed. Therefore is this menu
point not available for the CamCon DC16. The 'Clear' signal is innitiated by simultaneously
supplying 24Volt signals to inputs Clear 1 (Pin 14) and Clear 2 (Pin 15).
Attention:
The incremental measuring system is currently not available for the CamCon DC90.
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8.4.1.5.4. Multiturn measuring system with electronic gear
If you selected "MULTI" for your special measuring
system in the measuring system input, the following
menu is created:
This measuring system is needed when using a multiturn
encoder with a non-binary number of rotations.
Example 1: You have a rotation plate with an electronic gear rate of 3 to 1, i.e. the encoder rotates 3
times for every rotation of the plate. These three rotations correspond with 360 impulses (360
degrees). You need to make the following inputs:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Enter the total resolution needed.
Here 360 impulses (360 degrees).
Enter the total number of rotations.
Here 3 turns.
Enter the divisor for uneven translation rates.
Here 1.
Press the
the menu.
key to confirm your inputs and leave
Example 2: You have a rotation plate with an electronic gear rate of 12.5 to 1, whereas the encoder
turns 12.5 times for every rotation of the plate. These 12.5 rotations correspond with 3600 impulses
(360.0 degrees). The following inputs are necessary:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Enter the total resolution needed.
Here 3600 impulses (360.0 degrees).
Enter the total number of rotations.
Here 25 turns.
Enter the divisor for uneven translation rates.
Here 2.
Press the
the menu.
key to confirm your inputs and leave
Attention:
This measuring system only functions in connection with multiturn encoders with a
resolution of 4096 x 4096 impulses (Type: AAG66107 or AAG626).
Note:
With this measuring system the encoder may not be moved more than 512 rotations in a
cold state.
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8.4.1.5.5. PLL measuring system
If you selected "PLL" for your special measuring system
in the measuring system input, the following menu is
created:
The PLL measuring system determines the way out of
temporal interpolation of a measuring impulse. If you e.g.
have installed an initiator on a rotation plate and want to
determine the current position at a constant velocity
without having to install another measuring system, the
PLL measuring system is the right choice.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Enter the number of steps from initiator impulse to initiator impulse.
Now enter the input of the initiator impulse.
Now you have to enter the number of initiator impulses per total rotation.
Select the input for the clear impulse.
With the PLL measuring system you have the possibility to incase several initiators per total
rotation. To receive a zero point you need a zero initiator that can be hooked up to the selected
input. If you do not want to use a zero initiator, just enter a "0" here.
Then you enter the synchronous window.
If a step error is determined that is larger than the set value, the system enters the asynchronous
mode.
Now you have to enter the output for the synchronous window that signalizes the synchronous
state. If you do not want such an output, just enter a "0" in this line. This output becomes active
after the PLL measuring system has been in the synchronous mode for 16 cycles.
Press the
key to confirm your inputs and exit this menu.
8.4.1.5.6. Timer way simulation (time emitter)
The timer way simulation makes it possible to generate
ways (or time related actual positions) time based and
without the use of a measuring system. The cam switch
unit then behaves similar to the control of a washing
machine. For this option you have to select "TIMER" in
the special measuring system menu and the following
system is set up:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5
First enter the time between the steps. The finest
resolution of the CamCon is 5ms.
In our example we chose 20 ms.
Now enter the total number of steps.
We chose 100 steps for our example, so the whole process will be repeated after 2 seconds (20
ms x 100 steps = 2 seconds).
After this you have to enter the input for the stop signal.
This will enable the time emitter system. A high signal at this input releases the timer, and the
timer is stopped by a low signal. If you do not want a stop input just enter a "0".
Finally you have to enter the input for the clear signal.
With this signal the time emitter system can be reset to 0. A high signal at this output causes the
timer to remain at "0". If you do not want a clear input, just enter a "0" in the corresponding line.
Press the
key to confirm your inputs and exit this menu.
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8.4.1.5.7. RS232 measuring system
The RS232 way gathering is needed, if the measuring system used by you does not contain any of the
interfaces described in the previous chapters.
To use this system you have to select "RS232" in the
special measuring system menu and the following menu
is set up:
1.
First you have to enter the baud rate using the
and
2.
3.
4.
5.
keys.
The data transfer protocol can be set with the
key and the
key as before.
At the moment only the data transfer protocol of a Stegmann Pomux 203BCD is available.
The resolution gives the value in which the actual position of the measuring system is moving.
The prescaler (predivisor) divides the resolution to enable the setting of the measuring system in
devices with lower memory.
Press the
key to confirm your inputs and exit this menu.
Attention: This measuring system may only be used on a CamCon DC50/51, since it
blocks the serial interface, making the programming via a PC or a
terminal impossible!
8.4.1.6. Delting the special measuring system
The special configuration of the measuring system can be removed as follows:
1.
Select the menu point "Measuring system" in the
configuration menu. The following menu is
displayed:
2
Select the special measuring system with the
and
keys.
3.
Press the
displayed:
key, and the following question is
4.
Move the cursor to "yes" with the
confirm your choice by pressing the
key and
key.
This deletes all settings of the special measuring system.
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8.4.2. The measuring offset
If you selected the menupoint "Measuring offset" in the system setting menu, the measuring offset
menu appears on the menu:
Here you can indicate, using the
and
keys, wether
your controlling system is a rotatory (e.g. an eccentric
press) or a linear (e.g. a knee lever press) moved
system.
You confirm your input with the
key.
8.4.2.1. Zero offset with rotatory movements
If you have chosen a rotatory movement, you can now carry out the input of the offset
The offset is subtracted from the physical position. This
makes it possible for you to shift the zero point.
8.4.2.2. Measuring offset with a linear moved system
If you have chosen a linear movement, you can now carry out the input of the moving range and the
offset.
At the menu point "Start" you enter the desired begin of
the proceeding range. You even have the possibility to
enter negative values.
The "End" value of the measuring range changes
automatically and determines the total proceeding way of
the measuring system with its position. Here an input is
not possible.
Attention:
If the range between start value and end
value is under- or overshot during the way gathering of the measuring system, the
CamCon switches off with the error message "Pos.Err 3".
8.4.2.3. Zero offset with linear movements
If you have chosen a linear movement, you can now
carry out the input of the offset.
In the menu point "Offset" you enter the zero offset of the
measuring system. The offset is subtracted from the
physical position. This makes it possible for you to shift
the zero point.
Note:
If the rotation direction of the electronic gear is negative, the offset must be set to a value
samller than zero (e.g. -359). See chapter "8.4.1.3.1. Electronically changing the rotation
direction" on page 47.
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8.4.2.4. Actual position preset
In the measuring offset menu you have the possibility with the rotary system and the linear system to
set the actual position to a new value by creating a new input (preset).
By setting the preset value to zero, you can generate an external zero signal, e.g. to synchronize the
cycle of the machine and the actual position of the CamCon.
When you have entered the preset value, the device
requests the input number of the preset signal with which
the preset is supposed to be initiated. Enter the number
next to the "P-In"-put line.
Afterwards select, using the keys
and
in the input
field "type", the mode of storage of the preset value.
Here you have two possibilities:
- "RAM" storage.
Here the preset value is copied into the RAM memory of the device. This means that after switching
the device off and on again, the shifting of the actual position equals the zero offset or the offset is no
longer available.
- "EEPROM" storage.
Here the shifting of the actual position is copied into the RAM and into the EEPROM memory of the
device, making it safe to shut off the device without loosing your data.
Attention:
You should only store your data in the EEPROM memory, if the triggering of the preset
just occurs rarely and is absolutely required. This is because of the fact that an
EEPROM only has a limited number of writing cycles: 100000). Shooting over this
maximum number of writing cycles leads to the destruction of the EEPROM and the
loss of the program data of the CamCon.
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8.4.3. The speed adjustment
If you selected the menu "Speed" in the system setting
menu, the speed adjustment menu appears on the
display:
You can use it to optimally adjust the speed of the device
to the speed of the gear.
8.4.3.1. The speed factor
Normally the speed is displayed through the number of
increments or impulses per second, an output of the
measuring system. If you want the speed displayed e.g. in
rotations per minute or in the number of pieces per
minute, you have to enter a randomizing factor.
Example 1:
A rotation encoder with 512 steps supplies 512 increments per minute, which means
that the gear runs with 1 rotation per minute. The CamCon measures 512/60 = 8,533
increments per second.
To receive a display in rotations per minute enter the factor 1/8,533 = 0,1172.
Example 2:
A rotation encoder with 360 steps supplies 360 increments per minute, which means
that the gear runs with 1 rotation per minute. The CamCon measures 360/60 = 6
increments per second.
Enter a factor of 1/6 = 0,16666 to have the display remain in rotations per second.
8.4.3.2. The display format of the speed display
When you have adjusted the speed range with the factor, you can enter the presentation format of the
display, using the
and
keys (see chapter "6.4. Text input" on page 29).
The # symbols are place holders for the displayed value. If
e.g. the highest value is lower than 1000 and only has
three digits, you only enter three # symbols. If you want a
decimal point displayed, just insert it between the symbols
(e.g. : ###.##). Press the
the next menu point.
key, and the curser moves to
8.4.3.3. Range adjustment of the speed display
In this menu point you enter the maximum speed of your gear or the speed of your movement. This
input is used to adjust the speed display.
An input of e.g. 1000 rotations per minute means that at
+/-1000 rotations per minute the maximum analog output
voltage, (100%) +/-10V, is reached.
This scale also applies to the speed bar that is shown in
the middle of the standard display. Its length is the current
speed compared to the entered reference speed in
percent. Furthermore this is the point of the speed where
the standard display switches from the position to the
current speed. This point always lies at 5% of the here
entered value, for 1000 rotations per minute it lies at 50 rotations per minute. Press the
key or the
key to move the cursor to the next menu point "Exact".
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8.4.3.4. Accuracy of the speed display
During operations the speed display usually fluctuates by a certain value. These fluctuations are
accounted for in the measuring priciple for the speed, since it is a scanning system.
In the menu point "Exact" you can limit these fluctuations
to a maximum value. It is a damping through a low pass
that results in a smoothing of the display, which means
that an averaging process is put into operation. The lower
the input value is, the quieter is the speed display. In
practice, you will always find a compromise between the
dynamics of the display and its readability.
Press the
key to move the cursor to the next menu point.
8.4.3.5. Display, Type
If you want to prevent the automatic switching at the 5% of
the maximum speed in the "Display" menu point, you can
select one of the three different display types with the
key and the
"Automatic"
"Speed"
"Position"
key.
At the 5% point the display is switched from the position display to the speed
display. This bar display shows the speed in percent.
Only the speed is shown on the display. The bar display shows the speed in
percent.
Only the position is shown on the display. The bar display does not show the speed,
but
it
displays
the
position
between
0%
and
100%
e.g. 0% = 0 Degree / 50% = 180 Degrees / 99% = 359 Degrees.
In addition to the three display types, you can also select
the desired display type through an input. The display type
has to be set to either "Speed" or "Position", and the
number of the input has to be entered in the field behind.
When input is passive, the set display type is displayed.
When you supply a signal, the display changes from
"speed" to position or from "position" to "speed".
Press the
menu.
key to confirm your inputs and exit this
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8.4.4. Cable length / Cycle time
If you selected the menu "Cable length/Cycle time" in
the system setting menu, the following menu is set up on
the display:
8.4.4.1. The cable length
In this menu point you can set the conduction length
between the SSI measuring system and the CamCon, as
well as between external input or output extensions and
the CamCon, in meters. This is necessary, since the cable length determines the maximum possible
speed of serial data transmission. The larger the set cable length, the larger is the cycle time of the
transmission and the slower is the data traffic. The cable length can be set to a maximum of 1000m.
Attention!! With cables exceeding 300m in length use a corresponding measuring system as well as
extensions with a changed mono-flop-time.
8.4.4.2. The cycle time of the CamCon
Normally the CamCon operates with the shortest
possible cycle time. It is displayed as long as the cursor
is not on the menu field "Cycle time". With an input in
the menu field "Cycle time" this time value can be
changed.
This might become necessary, if e.g.:
you are programming a large number of outputs with
dead time or with a high measuring system
resolution and need longer single dead times. These depend on the available memory and the
cycle time ( see chapter "13. Calculation of the RAM memory" on page 79). A noticable change
occurs only when the set value lies above the current cycle time. For this reason the display also
shows the maximum possible dead time compensation.
you connect a measuring system that allows the readout of the data only once in a given time.
Press the
key to end your input and exit the menu.
8.4.5. The special outputs
If you selected "Special outputs" in the system setting
menu, the special outputs menu appears on the display:
8.4.5.1. The security output
To have the possibility to supervise the CamCon e.g. after
short circuits on the output channels or mistakes in the
measuring system, you can program a circulation cam for
a single output, so that this output is switched off at the occurence of a mistake and serves as a
security output. With a program change, the security output is reset for a short time (see chapter
"8.4.6.6. Setting the program selection mode" on page 62).
A "0" in the input field defines that no security output has been programmed..
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8.4.5.2. The output of the actual position
The CamCon offers the possibility to put the physical
actual position out to outputs. It is used when several
CamCon need the same actual position (Master Slave
connection). To be able to use this option, the number of
the programmed outputs has to be lower than the number
of the actually available ones (see chapter "8.4.6.2.
Setting the outputs" on page 61. The output of the bit with
the lowest value will occur after the last programmed
output. The other bits follow in increasing order.
With the
and
keys you can choose 4 possible output formats:
"No"
"Gray"
"Bin."
"Exp."
=
=
=
=
No output of the actual position.
Output of the actual position in the gray code.
Output of the actual position in the binary code.
Output of the actual position in the gray code only for CamCon DC115.
Confirm your input with the
key.
8.4.5.3. Direction output
To be able to recognize the direction of the movement of a
machine with different movement directions, you can
program an output that switches on at a positive and off at
a negative movement.
8.4.5.4. The standstill output
The CamCon offers the possibility of a standstill
surveilance. Here you can define an output that is
switched on when the actual speed is greater than the at
"dir Hyst." entered value and that switches off when the
speed drops below that value again.
8.4.5.5. The hysteresis
To be able to use the options of movement direction surveilance and standstill surveilance correctly,
you have to set the hysteresis. This value is needed to suppress the jittering of the outputs at small
changes in speed. This value can only be determined through experiments, but it should be as small
as possible.
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8.4.5.6. The analog speed output
CamCon emitts a voltage (proportional to the speed) on
the first analog output (pin 2 at CamCon DC50), 0 to -10V
with a negative rotation direction and 0 to +10V with a
positive rotation direction, if the menu point "Speed
Analog" is set to "yes".
The output voltage reaches its maximum of 10V, when the
100% value, described in chapter "8.4.3. The speed
adjustment", is surpassed.
You can deactivate this function by setting the menu point to "no" with keys
confirming it with the
Note:
and
, and
key.
At the time, there are no integrated analog outputs available for CamCon DC16 and
DC90. You can add analog outputs by connecting a CamCon DAC16 digital - analog converter module to the external interface of the CamCon.
To clear the integrated analog outputs please see chapter "8.5.3.3.1. Clearing the
integrated analog outputs" on page 69.
Note:
8.4.5.7. Configuration of the analog cams
With a CamCon cam controller you have the possibillity to
make an output of free programmable analog values
(cams) dependent on the position. You enter the number
of analog outputs in the menu point "Analog cams", that
you want to program via the CamCon. In most cases, this
will also be the number of your analog hardware outputs.
Note:
If the menu point "Speed Analog" is set
to "yes", the first analog output is used to
display the speed, and the number of possible analog outputs is decreased by one.
When you enter the number and press the
key, you
enter the input of the specific settings for the analog cams:
First you choose the number of the nalog output with keys
and
.
Press the
key to confirm the number and change the
display to the input of the display format.
Here you enter your desired format, as described in
chapter "6.4. Text input" on page 29. It is e.g. possible to
make the input in percent "####.##%" (standard), in
voltage "###.###V", in bar "#.###mbar" or in Ampere
"##.###mA". The double-crosses are just placeholders for
the real numerical values. The skaling of the input values
is done in menu points "Minimum" and "Maximum".
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When you confirm the format with the
input for the minimum value.
, you enter the
Note that CamCon always calculates with an accuracy of
16 Bit. The minimum value is the bit value 0 (e.g. -10V or
4mA) and the maximum value is the bit value 65535
(e.g.+10V or 20mA). The values should be entered
according to the purpose of the device. If e.g. an CamCon
DAC16/I module (current output) is connected to the
external display, the input can be made in milliampere, or the milliampere value corresponds to a
physical preassure - or speed, this value can also be entered in bar or meters per second (see values
in figure above).
Note:
The integrated analog outputs of the CamCon DC40, 50 and 115 all work with an
accuracy of 8 Bit. The output of the analog cam values is recalculated from 16 bit to 8
bit in this case.
After the minimum and maximum values have been confirmed with the
key, the com inputs in the
programming menu are restricted to the range between minimum and maximum and recalculated, if
necessary.
The output of the analog value can be stopped by setting an input to a specific value. For this purpose
enter the input number in the menu point "Dis.inp." (Disable Input), with which the analog value is set
to the "Dis.val." (Disable Value). The "Dis.value" must be within the range of minimum and maximum.
The "Dis.val." is automatically set as a default value, if no cam has been programmed on the analog
output.
When the "Dis.val." is confirmed you can activate ("yes") or deactivate ("no") the interpolation of the
analog value with the keys
and
in the menu point "Interpol.". If this value is set to "yes",
CamCon interpoles the programmed values from definition point to definition point.
Example:
without interpolation
with interpolation
+10V
+10V
0°
90°
180°
270°
-10V
360°
0°
90°
180°
270°
360°
-10V
By pressing the
key, the input of the interpolation is confirmed, and you move back to the selection
of the number of the analog oiutput. Here you can choose the number of the next analog output with
the keys
and
and proceed with the input of the values as before.
When the input is finished, you can leave the menu by pressing the
key.
For the input of the cam values please see chapter "8.3.16. Programming analog cams" on page 44.
8.4.5.8. The analog position output
The analog position output of the CamCon can be programmed with a software version of at least
DC50.20, by the input of an analog cam. Herefore you program an analog cam, that emitts -10V at an
actual position of 0 degrees and +10V at an actual position of 359 degrees (see chapter "8.3.16.
Programming analog cams" on page 44).
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8.4.6. System upgrading
If you selected the menupoint "System upgrading", the
following menu appears on the display:
8.4.6.1. Setting the inputs
Here you can enter the number of inputs available to the
CamCon. This number of inputs should always be exactly the same as the number of electrical inputs,
since the short circuit detection of the CamCon reacts to the number of inputs.
8.4.6.2. Setting the outputs
Here you can enter the number of outputs available to the CamCon. This number of outputs should not
be greater than the number of electrical outputs, since this only results in a waste of memory and cycle
time. If you want to make an output of the actual position at the outputs, you have to decrease the
number of outputs by the corresponding number of bits (see chapter "8.4.5.2. The output of the actual
position" on page 58.
8.4.6.3. Setting the outputs with dead time compensation
Here you can enter the number of outputs with dead time compensation available for the CamCon.
The number of outputs should not be greater than the maximum number of the absolute necessary
outputs; otherwise only memory and cycle time are wasted.
8.4.6.4. Setting the keyboard lock
Assigning a +24VDC level to the programmed input pin will disable the keyboard. After this it is not
possible to program or initialize the device any more. Resetting the value to "0" will enable the
keyboard again.
8.4.6.5. Setting the external program selection
With the CamCon you have the possibility to externally select the desired program number through the
inputs. Here you enter the number of programs that can be selected externally, and this simultaneously
predefines how many inputs will be used for this purpose. Then the input for the take over impulse is
stated. The program number is created as a binary number at the inputs after the take over impulse.
The bit with the lowest value is the input after the take over impulse, all others then follow it in an
increasing order. Because of this the inputs for program selection are completely relocatable.. With an
impulse (+24V) the program is selected at the input of the take over impulse. This impulse has to be
created at least 20 ms after the program number and has to be at least 20 ms long.
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8.4.6.6. Setting the program selection mode
You can change programs in several ways. Here you have the possibility to determine the desired way
to change the programs with keys
"slow"
"direct"
"on position"
Note:
and
. You can select between:
Here the selected program is built up cam after cam. This type of program changing
requires the least memory, but a complete change of programs during a full run can
lead to complication with the machine. In this case the security output of the CamCon
is switched off for a short time.
Here the selected program is built up cam after cam in an intermediate memory and
changes the full program at once. This type of program changing requires the double
amount of memory for the cam build up, but the outputs are always defined in every
cycle. The security output of the CamCon will not be switched off in this case.
The program is built up in the same way as in the "direct" type, but here the CamCon
waits with the program change until the machine has passed a certain position and
then makes a complete program change. This type of program changing also requires
the double amount of memory for the cam build up, but the outputs are always defined
in every cycle. The security output of the CamCon will not be switched off in this case.
With the DC115, you can select a different program selection mode for each program.
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8.5. Unit configuration
At the first activation of the CamCon, you should initiate a
complete deletion and, if desired, allocate the user keys
for associates. To do this, select the main menu point
"Unit configuration". The display changes to display the
configuration menu:
8.5.1. User key allocation
You can assign different user keys to your associates, each with different access rights.
Attention:
As long as no key is created, you can enter every menu with the key code
"5693". When you create your first key, this master key is automatically deleted. If you
forget to create at least one key that allows access to the configuration menu, you have
locked yourself out of the configuration menu as soon as you leave it. This can be
overcome by sending the unit back to Digitronic or with the entry of a special supervisor
number. You can aquire this number with a phonecall to Digitronic Automationsanlagen.
8.5.1.1. Creating a new user key
Follow these steps to create a new user key:
1.
Select the menu point "Key allocation" in the
configuration menu; the display changes to the key
allocation menu:
2.
Press the
key, and the input field for the name
is underlayed in black.
Enter a name. See chapter "6.4. Text input" on page
29.
3.
4.
5.
6.
End the text input with the
key, and the cursor
moves to the input field "Key number".
Enter the key code with the numeric keys (up to 5
numbers).
Press the
key. The cursor moves to the input
field for the access to the program selection.
7.
Choose between "yes" and "no" with keys
and
.
8.
9.
Choose between "yes" and "no" with keys
10. Press the
Press the
key. The cursor moves to the input
field for the access to the cam programming.
and
.
key. The cursor moves to the input field for the access to the system menu.
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11. Choose between "yes" and "no" with keys
12. Press the
and
.
key. The cursor moves to the input field for the access to the configuration menu.
13. Choose between "yes" and "no" with keys
and
.
14. Press the
key. The cursor moves to the input field for the access to the outputs, generally
and for every output.
15. Choose between "yes" and "no" with keys
and
.
16. Press the
key. If you chose "no" in the previous input field, you can now assign the access to
each output one by one.
The cursor moves to the input field for the access to output No. 1.
17. Choose between "yes" and "no" with keys
18. Press the
and
key. The cursor moves to the input field for the access to output No. 2 and so on...
19. You can leave this menu at any time by using the
Note:
.
key.
You can also select the menu fields for the single access rights with keys
and
.
8.5.1.2. Deletion of a user key
You can delete a user key according to the following
procedure:
1.
Select the menu point "Key allocation" in the
configuration menu; the menu for the key allocation
appears:
2.
Select the user key you want to delete with keys
3.
Press the
and
.
key; the display shows the question:
3.
Move the cursor to "yes" with the
4.
Press the
Additionally:
key.
key, and the key is deleted.
If you happen to delete every key in this
menu, the standard key code "5693" is
automatically generated.
8.5.1.3. Checking the key configuration
You can check an allocated key the following way:
1.
Choose the menu point "Key allocation" in the
configuration menu; the menu for the key allocation
appears:
2.
Select the key that is to be checked with keys
and
3.
.
Now you can check the single access rights mit
keys
and
.
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8.5.2. Complete deletion
If you selected the menu point"Complete deletion" in the "Unit configuration" menu, the display
shows :
You can move the cursor to "yes" with the
key and confirm it with
.
After a short while the display returns to the main menu. This time depends on the size of the
EEPROM used, since the memory has to be formatted. Using e.g. a 32k EEPROM the process takes
about 2 minutes. Afterwards, the complete deletion is complete. All cams are deleted, and the system
registers have their standard values.
Now you can begin with the programming.
Attention:
Deleted information cannot be restored.
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8.5.3. Unit configuration
If you selected the menu point "Configure unit" in the "Unit configuration" menu, configuration
menu appears on the display:
8.5.3.1. Setting the serial interface
You can select the mode of the serial interface with keys
and
in the input field "Ser.mode",
confirming your selection with the
.key afterwards There are four different types of operation
available : 1. = "Cam-BUS", 2. = "Standard", 3. = "Multiuser" and 4. = "S5-L1". When you select a
specific communication mode, you have to make sure, that every connected device you want to make
contact with supports this communication mode. Please note also, that you can specify the type of
serial interface with your order of the CamCon. You can choose between an RS232 or an RS485
interface. All four "Ser.Modes" operate with the RS232 point to point communication as well as with the
RS485 BUS communication. See also chapter "5.1.6.2. Pin allocation of the serial RS485 interface" on
page 20 and chapter "8.5.3.1.5. Input of the unit number" on page 67.
Note:
As a standard, the device comes with Ser.Mode set to "Multiuser" and the unit number
set to "0" .
8.5.3.1.1. The "Cam-BUS" communication mode
Select this mode, if you want to be able to program or display CamCon cam controllers from different
places, e.g. you want the CamCon, the daughter display CD10 and the PC via the RS485 BUS.
Attention: Using the configuration above or similar requires that all CamCon devices, as well as any
connected PC be equipped with an RS486 serial interface and a software of at least
December 1996.
8.5.3.1.2. The "Standard" communication mode
The standard mode operates with point to point communication, i.e. you can only connect 2 devices,
e.g. a CamCon to a PC or a CamCon to a CamCon DC50/51 Terminal. Since this communication
mode does not use any protocol security, its usage is only allowed for testing purposes.
8.5.3.1.3. The "Multiuser" communication mode
Contrary to the "Cam-BUS" mode, it is "not" possible to operate several devices, e.g. CamCon
Terminal DC51/T4, the daughter display CD10 and the PC, on the RS485 BUS. (PRESET)
8.5.3.1.4. The "S5 - L1" communication mode
This setting is neccessary, if you want to program the CamCon device via a Siemens S5 CPU. The
process is a point to point communication, i.e. you can only connect the CamCon and the Siemens S5
CPU. If you want to store the data of your CamCon on a PC, you have to brake your connection to the
S5 CPU. For the S5 - L1 communication mode, you can order a connection set compsed of : a TTY
cable, function segments and a handbook (Ordering.No.: PCXX/S5-L1 XX=CamCon Type).
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8.5.3.1.5. Input of the unit number
In the Multiuser and in the Cam-BUS operation, you need to set a unit number for every device on the
BUS. This number can be set under the menu point "UnitNo:" and is then displayed in the main menu
in the highest line on the display. You may only allocate each unit number once for a single linked
RS485 BUS operation. Because of this, you need to set the "UnitNo" and the "Multiuser" or "CamBUS" mode for every device separatly, before connecting the serial interfaces.
8.5.3.1.6. Programming via remote
If you want to program the CamCon from a separat control, you can order a handbook with a
description of the programming sequences (Ordering.no.: H-DC50/PROTO).
8.5.3.2. Additional device options
At the time, the CamCon has the options "PLC" and "PLC/INFO" available. If want your CamCon to
be equipped with one of these options, please specify with your order : ("PLC" = S) ("PLC/INFO" = M).
These options are described in an extra handbook (H-PLC), which is not in the supply package of the
CamCon.
8.5.3.2.1. PLC Logic Module
The firm Digitronic Automationsanlagen GmbH is an accomplished and well-known supplier and
developper of electronic cam controllers for the industry. The experiences of connecting PLC controlls
and cam controllers, collected in years of close cooperation with the users, have been regarded during
the creation of the PLC Logic Module. The result is a PLC software for the CamCon, that works parallel
to the cam controller. The in- and outputs of the cam controller are linked without external logics or
hardware, e.g. Timers (Way - Time - Cams), Set - Reset - Functions, and registers and can so be
operated within the cycle time of the cam controller. This combination guarantees the best possibility of
using the advantages of the CamCon dead time compensation and the logic of the PLC, without the
loss of switching speed because of slow external switching elements (e.g. relays, timers and central
PLC controlls with high cycle time).
8.5.3.2.1.1. Examples for using the PLC logic module
Example 1:
Output deactivation.
Output 1 of the CamCon is cleared if inputs 1 and 8 are active.
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Example 2:
Output depending on the rotation direction.
Output 1 of the CamCon is
enabled when the rotation
direction output 32
is active.
This is the case when the direction
of the rotation is positive.
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Output 1 of the CamCon is
enabled when the rotation
direction output 32
is not active.
This is the case when the direction
of the rotation is negative.
Flank assessment.
Register 2 is activated for one cycle when the signal at input 1 changes from 0 to 1.
Register 2 is activated for one cycle when the signal at input 2 changes from 0 to 1.
8.5.3.2.2. PLC Logic Module with text display
Available with the PLC Logic Module is a text display you can use to show and describe the different
states of your machine.
Example:
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8.5.3.3. Analog outputs
The electronic cam controllers of the CamCon series are equipped with analog outputs (CamCon
DC40/50/51 optionally, CamCon DC115 as a standard), via which speed, position or the cam values
can be emitted as analog signals.
Note:
With units CamCon DC16 and DC90 you can only use the analog outputs by connecting a
CamCon DAC16 digital - analog - converter to the external interface.
8.5.3.3.1. Clearing the integrated analog outputs
At the time, units CamCon DC40/50/51 (optionally) and CamCon DC115 (as a standard) are supplied
with integrated analog outputs. The outputs are cleared by setting their number in the menu point
"Int.Anlg". The possible numbers are 0,1 and 2. A value of 0 deactivates the integrated outputs.
Note:
Not possible with CamCon DC16 and DC90.
If the value is greater than 0, a line for adjustments
appears below the menu point "Int.Anlg".
8.5.3.3.2. Adjusting the integrated analog outputs
The integrated analog outputs of the CamCon have to be
regulated from time to time and after the first activation. Offset and amplification can be adjusted. The
maximum analog output voltage is ±10V with a resolution of 8Bit. Should you wish for a smaller voltage
range, you can edit the maximum voltage via the amplification factor.
Offset output 1
Amplification factor output 1
With keys
and
you can set the amplification and the offset through repeated ajustments with
the keys and measuring the analog output voltage. From analog output 1 to analog output 2 and to
switch between offset and amplification factor, press keys
made, the input is ended with the
,
or
. When all 4 adjustments are
key and the menu is left.
See also chapters "8.4.5.6. The analog speed output" on page 59, chapter "8.3.16. Programming
analog cams" on page 44 and chapter "8.4.5.7. Configuration of the analog cams" on page 59.
Note:
An adjustment of the speed display via the amplification factor is not recommendable.
8.5.3.3.3. External analog outputs
Additional external analog outputs can be connected to a CamCon through a CamCon DAC16 digital analog - converter module at the external interface.
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8.5.4. Language
If you selected the menu point "Language" in the "Configuration" menu, the menu for the language
setting appears:
Here you can move the dark field to the desired language using the keys
adapt the selected language by pressing the
,
,
and
. You
key.
8.5.5. User text
If you selected the menu point "User text" in the "Configuration menu", the following menu appears
on the display. Here you can enter general information about e.g. your machine for the CamCon to
display. There are 7 lines available, with 21 characters each.
For the input of the text please see the chapter "6.4. Text input" on page 29. You can store the text and
move on to the next page by pressing the
key. You can exit this menu at any time with the
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9. Device info
If you want to get an overview of whole configuration of the CamCon, you should select the information
menu of the unit configuration. Select the main menu point "Unit configuration", and press the
key during the input of the user code (the input of the user key is not required here) or you press the
key in the "configuration menu". The first page of the information menu appears on the display.
With the help of the arrow keys or the
all times by pressing the
key you can view the other pages. You can exit this menu at
key.
-
User text inputs
-
-
Software version
Number of free cams / number of
programmed cams
Maximum dead time setting
Maximum setting for the physical resolution of
the measuring system
Size of the RAM in bytes
Size of the serial EEPROM in byte
Size of the parallel EEPROM in byte
-
Configured measuring system
Actual position hysteresis
Rotation direction and gear factor
Display format of the actual position
-
detailed configuration of the measuring
system
-
Configured moving system
Activation point of the linear moved system
Offset (shifting of the zero point)
Value of the actual position preset
Input number of the actual position preset /
Memory of the actual position preset
-
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Factor of the speed display
Display format of the speed display
100% value for the speed display
Accuracy of the speed display
Display menu of the display type / Input for
the display change.
-
Cable length of the measuring system and the
external upgrade
Set planned value of the cycle time
Cycle time need by CamCon
Temperature in the encasement of CamCon
(only at CamCons DC40/50/51)
-
-
Output number of the security output
Format of the displayed actual value
Output number of the F / R output
Output number of the stand still output
Hysteresis for the recognition of the stand still
speed
Analog speed output "yes/no"
Number of analog cam outputs
-
Number of inputs
Number of outputs
Number of outputs w. dead time
compensation
Input number for the electronic programming
lock
Number of externally selectable programs
Input number of the first input for the external
program selection
Change mode of the program selection
-
PLC logic module configuration
-
Mode of the serial interface
Unit number
additional options of the e.g. PLC option
or PLC option with text display
Number of internal analog outputs
CPU - Speed (clock) 16 or 25 Mhz
Hardware PLC - acceleration (on/off)
-
-
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Configuration of the analog cam 1,2, up to 13.
Input and display format
Minimal input value ( - 10V)
Maximum input value ( + 10V)
Input number for switch to dis.value
Output value if switch off
Interpolation yes/no
For each of the analog cam the CamCon displays one more information menu. A maximum of 13
analog cam are possible.
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10. Error messages and error recovery
The error messages appear on the standard display or on the status LEDs, on CamCon units without
LCD displays (e.g. CamCon DC16/90 and DC115).
The drawing below shows the error message appearing for 'Position - Error 3'.
The display for other errors is almost the same.
10.1. Problem: Display shows "No contact to unit: XX".
Possible causes:
The wiring is probably not correct, no device with the selected unit number is on the BUS or the setting
of the 'Ser.Mode' is wrong.
Solution:
Check the wiring and the configuration of the serial interface.
See chapter "5.1.6.2. Pin allocation of the serial RS485 interface" on page 20 and chapter "8.5.3. Unit
configuration" on page 66.
10.2. Problem: Display shows "Pos - Err:1".
Possible causes:
The measuring system is not connected correctly.
Solution:
Check the wiring to the measuring system. Consult the handbook of your measuring system.
When the error is corrected you can clear the error message by pressing the
key.
10.3. Problem: Display shows "Pos - Err:2".
Possible causes:
The measuring system is connected wrong or not at all.
The setting of the error bit in the special measuring system configuration is not correct.
Solution:
Check the wiring to the measuring system.
Check the resolution of the measuring system.
Consult the handbook of your measuring system.
When the error is corrected you can clear the error message by pressing the
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10.4. Problem: Display shows "Pos - Err:3".
Possible causes:
The resolution of the measuring system does not match with the resolution of the CamCon. The actual
position has left the range for linear systems set in the way adjustment menu. See chapter "8.4.2.2.
Measuring offset with a linear moved system" on page 53 and chapter "8.4.1.5.3. Inkrementalmeasuring system" on page 49.
Solution:
Check the input of the measuring system setting.
Consult the handbook of your measuring system.
When the error is corrected you can clear the error message by pressing the
key.
10.5. Problem: A "Pos - Err:" occurs during operation.
The display shows "Pos - Err: 1", "Pos - Err: 2" or "Pos - Err: 3".
Possible causes:
The connection cable of the measuring system or the measuring system itself do not function correctly.
You are using an unshielded cable. Also, having your cable somewhere near a strong source for
electro-magnetic disturbance (e.g. a power current cable, gear cable) can lead to a 'Pos - Error'.
Solution:
Check the wiring to the measuring system.
Replace the measuring system.
Take shielding precautions.
Move the path of your cable.
Consult the handbook of your measuring system.
When the error is corrected you can clear the error message by pressing the
key.
10.6. Problem: Outputs will not activate
Possible causes:
An error message is being displayed. There is no supply voltage on the outputs. (ONLY for CamCon
DC115: The outputs were not cleared with a new start of the system or the control inputs are blocked
by the S5. The control inputs of the CamCon are blocked by an S5 via the S5-L1 interface.
Solution:
Check the displayed error message.
Start the CamCon via the S5 or clear the control inputs.
See chapter 14.2.1. 00h-01h: task => "Start CamCon DC115" on page 82 and chapter 14.3.4. 01h04h: Priority task => "Transfer CamCon controlling inputs" on page 95.
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10.7. Problem: Display shows "Out - Error".
Possible causes:
Your outputs are overloaded or have short-circuited. Check the wiring and the connection power, as
well as possible inductive loads operation without free wheeling diodes.
The number of set inputs is not correct.
One of the extension modul (e.g. DC91/IO or DC16/IO) lost powersupply.
Solution:
See chapter "5.3. The outputs" on page 26.
See chapter "8.4.6. System upgrading" on page 61.
When the error is corrected you can clear the error message by pressing the
tries now to reset the outputs.
key. The CamCon
Attention: Contact wirings after the outputs leads to the deactivation of the outputs, if you
have a disadvantageous cable routing, since a potential is built up in the open
state, that is reconducted into the outputs closing the contact.
With inductive loads the outputs have to be switched with a freewheeling
diode. Covers or inductivities very close to the device inside the switchboard
have to be switched with a deletion unit as do those that are wired to or
influence the wiring of the device.
10.8. Problem: Display shows an error in the EEPROM.
Possible causes:
The data of the EEPROM were altered or destroyed by a disturbance
At least one of the available data carriers (EEPROM or EPROM) has been replaced or has an error.
Solution:
Press the
key, and reenter all data.
Please contact your customer service.
10.9. Problem: Display shows "Error ???"
Possible causes:
An unpredictable error has occurred.
Solution:
Please contact your customer service.
10.10. Problem: Display shows "Clear...."
Cause:
Using an incremental measuring system, the CamCon is waiting to receive the clear signal.
Solution:
Supply a clear signal, and then the CamCon is enabled.
Attention:
The incremental measuring system is only available for the CamCon DC16, DC50/51 and
DC115.
See chapter "8.4.1.5.3. Inkremental-measuring system" on page 49.
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11. Menu outline
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12. Calculation of the EEPROM cam memory
You can upgrade the CamCon' s EEPROM cam memory up to 32kBytes. The memory needed for
programming depends on the following factors:
1. basic needs
2. per cam
3. per selected dead time
4. per output name
5. per configured user key
6. for a special measuring system
7. for direct or "on Pos." programselection
8. per program name
128 Bytes
12 Bytes
12 Bytes
24 Bytes
66 Bytes
66 Bytes
12 Bytes
48 Bytes
The value is generated by the CamCon with the following formula:
Memory needs in Bytes
=
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
basic needs
number of cams * 12
number of dead times * 12
number of output names * 24
number of user keys * 66
66, if using a special measuring system
12, if program selection is set to "on Pos."
48 * number of program name
Example 1: The cam controller is supposed to have 8 programs with 16 cams each, as well as dead
time compensation for 16 outputs.
Memory needs in Bytes = 128 Bytes + ( 8 programs * 16 * 12 Bytes ) + ( 16 * 12 Bytes )
Memory needs = 1856 Bytes
Beacuse the standard version is equipped with 2048 Bytes, there is no reason to upgrade the memory.
Example 2: The cam controller is supposed to have 20 programs with 16 cams and 16 dead times
each.
Memory needs in Bytes
=
+
+
+
+
128 Bytes
( 20 program * 16 * 12 Bytes )
( 16 DTC * 12 Bytes )
( 16 output names * 24 Bytes )
( 1 user kaey * 66 Bytes )
Memory needs = 4610 Bytes
Since the standard version of the CamCon is only eqquipped with 2048, an upgrade of the EEPROM
memory is absolutely neccessary.
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13. Calculation of the RAM memory of the CamCon
You can upgrade the RAM memory of the CamCon up to 1MB (this does not refer to the fixed-value
cam memory or the EEPROM). The needed memory depends on the following factors:
1. basic needs
2. number of outputs
3. cycle time
4. actual position/measuring system
resolution
5. maximum dead time compensation
6. the program selection mode
7. size of the EE-Prom memory
( about 25000 Bytes )
( 8 to 200 in steps of 8 outputs )
( value in milli seconds )
( vom Speicherplatz abhängig )
( 0 to 9999.9 in steps of 100 micro seconds )
( you need 2 * the memory )
(See chapter "8.4.6.6. Setting the program selection mode"
on page 62)
( 1/6 of the EE-Prom RAM memory is required ).
The RAM - memory needs are generated with the following formula:
Memory needs in Bytes =
basic needs
+
number of outputs * act. pos. resolution * (2 if program mode not "slow")
8
+
max. dead time * 4 EE-prom size
+
cycle time
6
Example 1:
Calculation of the memory needs of a CamCon with a resolution of 360°, an EEProm memory of 32kByte, 16 outputs, a dead time compensation of 1000ms and a
cycle time of 250µs:
Memory needs in Bytes = 25000 +
16 * 360
1000 * 4 32768
+ 0.250 + 6
8
Memory needs in Bytes = 25000 + 720 + 16000 + 5462
Memory needs in Bytes = 47182
Memory needs in kByte = about 47
The standard configuration of 32kByte is no longer adequat, so you will have to upgrade the memory.
Example 2:
Calculation ot a cam controller with a resolution of 360°, an EE-Prom memory of
2kByte, 16 outputs, a dead time compensation of 200ms and a cycle time of 250µs:
Memory needs in Bytes = 25000 +
200 * 4 2048
16 * 360
+ 0.250 + 6
8
Memory needs in Bytes = 25000 + 720 + 3200 + 342
Memory needs in Bytes = 29262
Memory needs in kByte = about 30
An upgrading of the memory is not neccessary, since the standard configuration of 32kByte is still
sufficient enough.
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14. Kachel communication between S5 and CamCon DC115
The communication is realised with Dualported-RAM (Kachelram). Two status bytes serve for the
control of the two-way communication. After the activation of the component group a "Start CamCon
DC115" 00h,01h command or a "Programming-Parameter and Start CamCon" (00h,02h) command
are sent to put the CamCon DC115 into operation mode.
14.1. Kachel allocation
The fields of the table "S5" with the symbol "<-->" express, that the S5 and the CamCon can read and
write data. The symbol "<--" shows, that the S5 can only read data. ADR-HEX is the offset for the
Kachel base address in the S5. With an AG115U the base address is at F400h.
14.1.1. Kachel range independent of task
S5
<-->
ADR-HEX
000h
description
task / protocol byte
<-->
001h
priority-task / protocol byte
<-<--
002h
003h
004h
005h
006h
007h
008h
009h
00Ah
00Bh
00Ch
00Dh
00Eh
00Fh
010h
011h
012h
013h
CamCon -ID
number of outputs
free
free
free
free
Shifting of the zero point
<-->
<-<-->
<-->
<-->
<-<-<-<--
014h
015h
016h
017h
018h
019h
01Ah
01Bh
01h-7Fh=task
80h=protocol OK
81h-FFh=error
01h-7Fh=task
80h=protocol OK
81h-FFh=error
4Eh => ('N')
mostly 28h (40 outputs)
High Byte
Low Byte
free
free
free
free
free
free
free
free
Number of asynchronous Cycles with a PLL measuring system
Status bits
bit 0 = actual position error or CamCon operates asynchronous with a PLL
measuring system
bit 1 = output error
bit 2 = program selection process is active
bit 3 = 24V supply is momentarily not connected
bit 4 = 24V supply was interrupted
bit 5 = free
bit 6 = CamCon waits for the starting command via the S5
bit 7 = trigger for zero value of the actual position
Current cam program
High Byte
-"Low Byte
Future cam program
High Byte
-"Low Byte
Current position
High Byte
-"Low Byte
Current speed
High Byte
-"Low Byte
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S5
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<--
ADR-HEX
01Ch
01Dh
01Eh
01Fh
020h
021h
022h
023h
024h
025h
026h
027h
028h
029h
02Ah
02Bh
02Ch
02Dh
02Eh
02Fh
030h
031h
032h
033h
034h
035h
036h
037h
038h
039h
03Ah
03Bh
03Ch
03Eh
03Fh
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State of outputs or controlling inputs 9-16
State of outputs or controlling inputs 1-8
State of outputs or controlling inputs 25-32
State of outputs or controlling inputs 17-24
State of outputs or controlling inputs 41-48
State of outputs or controlling inputs 33-40
State of outputs or controlling inputs 57-64
State of outputs or controlling inputs 49-56
State of outputs or controlling inputs 73-80
State of outputs or controlling inputs 65-72
State of outputs or controlling inputs 89-96
State of outputs or controlling inputs 81-88
State of outputs or controlling inputs 105-112
State of outputs or controlling inputs 97-104
State of outputs or controlling inputs 121-128
State of outputs or controlling inputs 113-120
State of outputs or controlling inputs 137-144
State of outputs or controlling inputs 129-136
State of outputs or controlling inputs 153-160
State of outputs or controlling inputs 145-152
State of outputs or controlling inputs 169-176
State of outputs or controlling inputs 161-168
State of outputs or controlling inputs 185-192
State of outputs or controlling inputs 177-184
free
State of outputs or controlling inputs 193-200
free
Short circuit report of the outputs
bit 0 = 1-8
bit 1 = 9-16
bit 2 = 17-24
bit 3 = 25-32
bit 4 = 33-40
free
free
free
free
free
free
free
14.1.2. Kachel range dependent on task
S5
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
<-->
ADR-HEX
040h
041h
042h
.
.
3ffh
description
task data for 00h tasks
-"-"-"-"task data for 00h tasks
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14.2. Tasks
14.2.1. 00h-01h: task => "Start CamCon DC115"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
01h = task "Start CamCon DC115"
14.2.1.1. 00h-01h: protocol => "Start CamCon DC115"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, Start is finished
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
14.2.2. 00h-02h: task => "Program-Parameter and Start CamCon DC115"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
02h = task "Program-Parameter"
040h
041h
042h
043h
044h
045h
046h
047h
048h
049h
04ah
04bh
04ch
04dh
04eh
04fh
050h
051h
052h
053h
054h
055h
056h
057h
058h
059h
05ah
05bh
05ch
05dh
05eh
05fh
060h
061h
062h
063h
064h
065h
066h
067h
PLC at cam controller (0=off, 1=on)
-"Physical inputs (0-200)
-"Physical outputs (0-200)
-"Cam controller inputs (0-200)
-"Cam controller outputs (0-200)
-"Cam controller outputs with dead time compensation (0-200)
-"Registers for PLC (0-200)
-"Timer/Counter for PLC (0-200)
-"Virtual inputs for S5 coupling via Kachel (0-200)
-"Special inputs with extra functions for PLC (0-200)
-"Security output (0-200, 0= not security output)
-"Program selectionl mode (0-slow, 1=direct, 2=on position)
-"1. input for external program selection
-"(0-200, 0 = no external progam selection)
Number of externally selectable programs
-"(0-32768 in binary steps)
Actual position for program selection mode 2
-"Send actual position on QSM
-"- (0=No, 1=Gray, 2=Binary, 3=Gray for slave expansion)
Plan cycle time
-"Actual position hysteresis
-"F/R output (0-200, 0=no F/R output)
-"V <> 0 output (0-200, 0= no V <> 0 output)
-"-
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ADR-HEX
068h
069h
06ah
06bh
06ch
06dh
06eh
06fh
070h
071h
072h
073h
074h
075h
076h
077h
078h
079h
07ah
07bh
07ch
07dh
07eh
07fh
080h
081h
082h
083h
084h
085h
086h
08ah
08bh
08ch
08dh
08eh
08fh
090h
091h
092h
093h
094h
095h
096h
097h
098h
099h
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handbook page
F/R hysteresis (0-64000)
High Byte
page 58
-"Low Byte
Cable length in meter
s
High Byte
page 57
-"Low Byte
Speed factor
(0,000 - 64,000)
High Byte
page 55
-"Low Byte
for 32 bit value, see (096h) = 32 Bit speed factor
Speed 100% (0 - 64000)
High Byte
page 55
-"Low Byte
Speed accuracy and dampening (0,0000% - 6,4000%)
High Byte
page 55
-"Low Byte
Gear factor multiplier (-32000-+32000)
High Byte
page 47
-"Low Byte
Gear factor divisor (1-64000)
High Byte
page 47
-"Low Byte
Standard measuring systems
High Byte
page 46
-"Low Byte
FFFFh = special measuring system (see next line 078h)
0=256, 1=360, 2=512, 3=1000, 4=1024, 5=2048, 6=4096, 7=8192
Gray Singelturn encoder
measuring system type
High Byte
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-"Low Byte
0=Gray
1=Parallel
2=Inc.
3=Multi
4=PLL
5=Timer
6=RS232
resolution
resolution
resolution
resolution
impulse/
resolution
resolution
in bit
input
offset
predivisor in turns
clear value time per
predivisor in
in bit
binary
step (ms)
binary
separation
divisor
error
protocol
window
error bit
input from
impulse inp. stop input
Baud
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
clear mode
clear input
clear input
Low
High
sync. output
Low
087h 088h 089h reserved
Measuring system result
High Byte
page 53
-"Low Byte
0=rotatory
1=linear
High
starting value
Low
Zero point / Offset
High Byte
page 53
-"Low Byte
page 53
Preset input (0-200, 0=not)
High Byte
page 54
-"Low Byte
Preset Mode (0=RAM,1=EEPROM)
High Byte
page 54
-"Low Byte
Preset value
High Byte
page 54
-"Low Byte
Speed factor
(0,000 - 9999,99999)
MSB
bit 24 to 31
page 55
-"bit 16 to 23
-"bit 8 to 15
-"LSB
bit 0 to 7
Speed factor as 32 bit value, This value is only in use if the 16 bit speed factor (06ch) = 0.
14.2.2.1. 00h-02h: protocol => "Program-Parameter and Start CamCon DC115"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, parameter programming finished and CamCon Dc115 started
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
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14.2.3. 00h-03h: task => "Read-Parameter"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
03h = task "Read-Parameter"
14.2.3.1. 00h-03h: protocol => "Read-Parameter"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, parameter and stored in Kachelram
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with errornumber
040h
041h
042h
043h
044h
045h
046h
047h
048h
049h
04ah
04bh
04ch
04dh
04eh
04fh
050h
051h
052h
053h
054h
055h
056h
057h
058h
059h
05ah
05bh
05ch
05dh
05eh
05fh
060h
061h
062h
063h
064h
065h
066h
067h
068h
069h
06ah
06bh
06ch
06dh
PLC in cam controller (0=off, 1=on)
-"Physical inputs (0-200)
-"Physical outputs (0-200)
-"Cam controller inputs (0-200)
-"Cam controller outputs (0-200)
-"Cam controller outputs with dead time compensation (0-200)
-"Registers for PLC (0-200)
-"Timer/Counter for PLC (0-200)
-"Virtual inputs for S5 coupling via Kachel (0-200)
-"Special inputs with extra functions for PLC (0-200)
-"Security output (0-200, 0= no security output)
-"Program selection mode (0-slow, 1=direct, 2=on position)
-"1. input for external program selection
-"(0-200, 0 = no external program selectionl)
Number of externally selectable programs
-"(0-32768 in binary steps)
Actual position for program selection mode 2
-"Actual position sent on QSM
-"- (0=No, 1=Gray, 2=Binary, 3=Gray for Slave-Expansion)
Actual cycle time
-"Actual position hysteresis
-"F/R output (0-200, 0=no F/R output)
-"V <> 0 output (0-200, 0= no V <> 0 output)
-"F/R hysteresis (0-64000)
-"Cable length in meters
-"Speed factor
(0,000 - 64,000)
-"for 32 bit value, see (096h) = 32 Bit speed factor
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High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
PLC Logic
Module
PLC Logic
Module
page 61
page 61
page 61
page 61
PLC Logic
Module
PLC Logic
Module
PLC Logic
Module
PLC Logic
Module
page 57
page 62
page 61
page 61
page 61
page 58
page 57
page 57
page 58
page 58
page 58
page 57
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06eh
06fh
070h
071h
072h
073h
074h
075h
076h
077h
078h
079h
07ah
07bh
07ch
07dh
07eh
07fh
080h
081h
082h
083h
084h
085h
086h
08ah
08bh
08ch
08dh
08eh
08fh
090h
091h
092h
093h
094h
095h
096h
097h
098h
099h
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description
handbook page
Speed 100% (0 - 64000)
High Byte
page 55
-"Low Byte
Speed accuracy and dampening (0,000% - 6,400%)
High Byte
page 55
-"Low Byte
Gear factor multiplier (-32000-+32000)
High Byte
page 47
-"Low Byte
Gear factor divisor (1-64000)
High Byte
page 47
-"Low Byte
Standard measuring systems
High Byte
page 46
-"Low Byte
FFFFh = Special measuring system (see next line 078h)
0=256, 1=360, 2=512, 3=1000, 4=1024, 5=2048, 6=4096, 7=8192
Gray Singelturn encoder
Measuring system type
High Byte
page 48
-"Low Byte
0=Gray
1=Parallel
2=Inc.
3=Multi
4=PLL
5=Timer
6=RS232
resolution
resolution
resolution
resolution
impulse/
resolution
resolution
in bit
input
offset
predivisor in turns
clear value time per
predivisor in
in bit
binary.
step (ms)
binary
separation
divisor
error
protocol
window
error bit
input from
impulse inp. stop input
Baud
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
clear mode
clear input
clear input
Low
High
Sync output
Low
087h 088h 089h reserved
Measuring system result
High Byte
-"Low Byte
0=rotatory
1=linear
High
starting value
Low
Zero point / Offset
High Byte
-"Low Byte
Preset input (0-200, 0=not)
High Byte
-"Low Byte
Preset mode (0=RAM,1=EEPROM)
High Byte
-"Low Byte
Preset value
High Byte
-"Low Byte
Speed factor
(0,000 - 9999,99999)
MSB
bit 24 to 31
-"bit 16 to 23
-"bit 8 to 15
-"LSB
bit 0 to 7
Speed factor as 32 bit value, see (06ch) = 16 Bit speed factor.
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page 54
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14.2.4. 00h-04h: task => "Cam program deletion"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
04h = task "Cam program deletion"
040h
041h
Cam program to be deleted
-"8000h = All cam programs are deleted
High Byte
Low Byte
14.2.4.1. 00h-04h: protocol => "Cam program deletion"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, cam program is deleted
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
14.2.5. 00h-05h: task => "Test on cam program exists"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
05h = task "Test on cam program exists"
040h
041h
Cam program to be tested
-"-
High Byte
Low Byte
14.2.5.1. 00h-05h: protocol => "Test on cam program exists"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, Test is finished
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
042h
Reply to cam program exists
01h
Program exists
FEh
Program does not exist
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14.2.6. 00h-06h: task => "Program cam program"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
06h = task "Program cam program"
040h
041h
042h
043h
044h
Cam program number
-"Switching point of the cam program
-"Switching mode of the cam program
(0=normal, 1=fast, 2=on switching point)
reserved
reserved
.
.
.
reserved
Output number (cam track) 1-200
Number of following cam´s 0-235 (0=cam track deletion)
Activation point cam 1
-"Deactivation point cam 1
-"Activation point cam 2
-"Deactivation point cam 2
-".
.
.
Activation point cam xx
-"Deactivation point cam xx
-"Output number (cam track) 1-200
Number of following cam´s 0-235 (0=cam track deletion)
Activation point cam 1
-"Deactivation point cam 1
-".
.
.
End ID = 0xFF
End ID = 0xFF
045h
046h
051h
052h
053h
054h
055h
056h
057h
058h
059h
05Ah
05Bh
xxxh
xxxh+1
xxxh+2
xxxh+3
xxxh+4
xxxh+5
xxxh+6
xxxh+7
xxxh+8
xxxh+9
xxxh+x
xxxh+y
Attention:
handbook page
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
page 62
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
Cam tracks not listed are neither programmed nor deleted !
14.2.6.1. 00h-06h: protocol => "Program cam program"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, cam program is programmed
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
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14.2.7. 00h-07h: task => "Read cam program"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
07h = task "Read cam program"
040h
041h
Cam PRG No.
-"-
High Byte
Low Byte
14.2.7.1. 00h-07h: protocol => "Read cam program"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol OK, cam program read.
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
040h
041h
042h
043h
044h
Cam program number
-"Switching point of the cam program
-"Switching mode of the cam program
(0=normal, 1=fast, 2=at the switching point)
reserved
reserved
.
.
.
reserved
Output number (cam track) 1-200
Number of following cam´s 0-235
Activation point cam 1
-"Deactivation point cam 1
-"Activation point cam 2
-"Deactivation point cam 2
-".
.
.
Activation point cam xx
-"Deactivation point cam xx
-"Output number (cam track) 1-200
Number of following cam´s 0-235
Activation point cam 1
-"Deactivation point cam 1
-".
.
.
End ID = 0xFF
End ID = 0xFF
045h
046h
051h
052h
053h
054h
055h
056h
057h
058h
059h
05Ah
05Bh
xxxh
xxxh+1
xxxh+2
xxxh+3
xxxh+4
xxxh+5
xxxh+6
xxxh+7
xxxh+8
xxxh+9
xxxh+x
xxxh+y
Attention:
handbook page
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
page 62
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
Cam tracks not listed are not programmed.
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14.2.8. 00h-0Bh: task => "Reset error message"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
0Bh = task "Reset error message" (actual position error, output error)
See chapter " 10. Error messages and error recovery" on page 74
14.2.8.1. 00h-0Bh: protocol => "Reset error message"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, error message reseted (actual position error, output error)
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
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14.2.9. 00h-0Ch: task => "Program dead times"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
0Ch = task "Program dead times"
040h
041h
042h
043h
044h
045h
Dead time compensation (in ms steps) output 1
free
Dead time compensation (in ms steps) output 2
free
Dead time compensation (in ms steps) output 3
free
.
.
.
Dead time compensation (in ms steps) output 200
free
1CEh
1CFh
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
14.2.9.1. 00h-0Ch: protocol => "Program dead times"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, dead times are programmed
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
14.2.10. 00h-0Dh: task => "Read dead times"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
0Dh = task "Read dead times"
14.2.10.1. 00h-0Dh: protocol => "Read dead times"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, dead times read
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
040h
041h
042h
043h
044h
045h
Dead time compensation (in ms steps) output 1
free
Dead time compensation (in ms steps) output 2
free
Dead time compensation (in ms steps) output 3
free
.
.
.
Dead time compensation (in ms steps) output 200
free
1CEh
1CFh
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High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
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14.2.11. 00h-0Eh: task => "Program PLC Logic Module output"
If you specified the options "PLC" or "PLC/INFO" with your order of the CamCon, you can program
the PLC Logic Module of the CamCon via the S5, using the two tasks 0E and 0F. Read the handbook
of the "CamCon PLC Logic Module" completely to get a better understanding of structure and functions
of the PLC Logic Module. The inputs for tasks 0E and 0F are discribed in this handbook.
ADR-HEX
000h
description
0Eh = task "Program PLC Logic Module output"
040h
Output field
041h
"
042h
Value for output field
043h
"
044h
Reset for counter output field
045h
"
046h input field
052h input field
047h 1.column,1.line
053h 2.column,1.line
048h input field
054h input field
049h 1.column,2.line
055h 2.column,2.line
04Ah input field
056h input field
04Bh 1.column,3.line
057h 2.column,3.line
04Ch input field
058h input field
04Dh 1.column,4.line
059h 2.column,4.line
04Eh input field
05Ah input field
04Fh 1.column,5.line
05Bh 2.column,5.line
050h input field
05Ch input field
051h 1.column,6.line
05Dh 2.column,6.line
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
for timer and counter
Low Byte
as well as text display
High Byte
Low Byte
05Eh input field
06Ah input field
076h input field
05Fh 3.column,1.line
06Bh 4.column,1.line
077h 5.column,1.line
060h input field
06Ch input field
078h input field
061h 3.column,2.line
06Dh 4.column,2.line
079h 5.column,2.line
062h input field
06Eh input field
07Ah input field
063h 3.column,3.line
06Fh 4.column,3.line
07Bh 5.column,3.line
064h input field
070h input field
07Ch input field
065h 3.column,4.line
071h 4.column,4.line
07Dh 5.column,4.line
066h input field
072h input field
07Eh input field
067h 3.column,5.line
073h 4.column,5.line
07Fh 5.column,5.line
068h input field
074h input field
080h input field
069h 3.column,6.line
075h 4.column,6.line
081h 5.column,6.line
14.2.11.1. 00h-0Eh: protocol => "Program PLC Logic Module output"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, PLC Logic Module output is programmed
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
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14.2.12. 00h-0Fh: task => "Read PLC Logic Module output"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
0Eh = task "Read PLC Logic Module output"
040h
041h
Output field (enter only number and range)
"
High Byte
Low Byte
14.2.12.1. 00h-0Fh: protocol => "Read PLC Logic Module output"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, Read PLC Logic Module output
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
040h
Output field
041h
"
042h
Value for output field
043h
"
044h
Reset for counter output field
045h
"
046h input field
052h input field
047h 1.column,1.line
053h 2.column,1.line
048h input field
054h input field
049h 1.column,2.line
055h 2.column,2.line
04Ah input field
056h input field
04Bh 1.column,3.line
057h 2.column,3.line
04Ch input field
058h input field
04Dh 1.column,4.line
059h 2.column,4.line
04Eh input field
05Ah input field
04Fh 1.column,5.line
05Bh 2.column,5.line
050h input field
05Ch input field
051h 1.column,6.line
05Dh 2.column,6.line
High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
for timer and counter
Low Byte
as well as text display
High Byte
Low Byte
05Eh input field
06Ah input field
076h input field
05Fh 3.column,1.line
06Bh 4.column,1.line
077h 5.column,1.line
060h input field
06Ch input field
078h input field
061h 3.column,2.line
06Dh 4.column,2.line
079h 5.column,2.line
062h input field
06Eh input field
07Ah input field
063h 3.column,3.line
06Fh 4.column,3.line
07Bh 5.column,3.line
064h input field
070h input field
07Ch input field
065h 3.column,4.line
071h 4.column,4.line
07Dh 5.column,4.line
066h input field
072h input field
07Eh input field
067h 3.column,5.line
073h 4.column,5.line
07Fh 5.column,5.line
068h input field
074h input field
080h input field
069h 3.column,6.line
075h 4.column,6.line
081h 5.column,6.line
14.2.13. 00h-10h: task => "Complete deletion of the CamCon DC115"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
10h = task "Complete deletion of the CamCon initiated "
handbook page
page 65
14.2.13.1. 00h-10h: protocol => "Delete CamCon"
ADR-HEX
000h
description
80h = protocol Ok, deletion accomplished
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
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14.3. Priority tasks
Priority tasks are processed by the CamCon DC115 parallel to the normal tasks. If e.g. a cam program
is programmed, it is still possible to read the actual position and the status messages via the priority
task "CamCon status read", and send the controlling outputs. After every priority task via the S5, a
"Status read" task is automatically initiated.
14.3.1. 01h-01h: Priority task => "CamCon status read"
ADR-HEX
001h
description
01h = task "CamCon status read"
14.3.1.1. 01h-01h: Priority protocol => "CamCon status read"
ADR-HEX
001h
description
80h = protocol Ok, status is read;
81h-ffh protocol not Ok with error number
008h
009h
00Ah
00Bh
00Ch
00Dh
00Eh
00Fh
010h
011h
012h
013h
Shifting of the zero point
014h
015h
016h
017h
018h
019h
01Ah
01Bh
01Ch
01Dh
01Eh
01Fh
020h
021h
022h
023h
024h
025h
High Byte
Low Byte
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free
free
free
free
free
free
free
free
with PLL measuring system: the number of asynchronous PLL cycles
Status bits
bit 0 = actual position error (asynchronous with a PLL measuring system)
bit 1 = output error
bit 2 = program selection is active
bit 3 = 24V supply is momentarily not connected
bit 4 = 24V supply was not connected
bit 5 =
bit 6 = CamCon DC115 waits for Start command
bit 7 = trigger for zero value of the actual position
Active cam program
High Byte
-"Low Byte
Selected cam PRG
High Byte
-"Low Byte
Current position
High Byte
-"Low Byte
Current speed
High Byte
-"Low Byte
Status output 9-16
Status output 1-8
Status output 25-32
Status output 17-24
Status output 41-48
Status output 33-40
Status output 57-64
Status output 49-56
Status output 73-80
Status output 65-72
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026h
027h
028h
029h
02Ah
02Bh
02Ch
02Dh
02Eh
02Fh
030h
031h
032h
033h
034h
035h
036h
037h
038h
039h
03Ah
03Bh
03Ch
03Dh
03Eh
03Fh
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Status output 89-96
Status output 81-88
Status output 105-112
Status output 97-104
Status output 121-128
Status output 113-120
Status output 137-144
Status output 129-136
Status output 153-160
Status output 145-152
Status output 169-176
Status output 161-168
Status output 185-192
Status output 177-184
free
Status output 193-200
free
Short circuit output 1-8,9-16,17,24,25-32,33-40
free
free
free
free
free
free
free
free
14.3.2. 01h-02h: Priority task => "Shifting the zero point"
ADR-HEX
001h
description
02h = task "Shifting the zero point and CamCon status read"
008h
009h
Shifting of the zero point
handbook page
High Byte
Low Byte
page 53
page 53
14.3.2.1. 01h-02h: Priority protocol => "Shifting the zero point"
ADR-HEX
001h
description
80h = protocol Ok, zero point is shifted and status read;
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
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14.3.3. 01h-03h: Priority task => "Program selection"
ADR-HEX
001h
description
03h = task "Program selection a nd CamCon status read"
013h
Selection of the program selection mode
00h= use switching mode selected in program
01h= use entered switching point
New cam program number
-"Use switching point of the cam program
-"-
014h
015h
016h
017h
handbook page
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High Byte
Low Byte
High Byte
Low Byte
14.3.3.1. 01h-03h: Priority protocol => "Program selection"
ADR-HEX
001h
description
80h = protocol Ok, program selection accomplished and status read;
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
14.3.4. 01h-04h: Priority task => "Transfer CamCon controlling inputs"
With this task, the S5 can directly influence the behavior of the CamCon' s outputs. If the bits of the
controlling inputs are set to "0" by the S5, the outputs of the CamCon DC115 are locked. These
controlling bits are set to "1" (as a standard) after the activation of the CamCon. If the CamCon DC115
uses the optional PLC Logic Module, the controlling inputs are entered into the input area "V" of the
PLC Logic Module (see also the handbook of the PLC Logic Module).
ADR-HEX
001h
description
04h = task "Transfer CamCon controlling inputs a nd CamCon status read"
01Ch
01Dh
01Eh
01Fh
020h
021h
022h
023h
024h
025h
026h
027h
028h
029h
02Ah
02Bh
02Ch
02Dh
02Eh
02Fh
030h
031h
032h
033h
034h
035h
Controlling inputs 9-16
Controlling inputs 1-8
Controlling inputs 25-32
Controlling inputs 17-24
Controlling inputs 41-48
Controlling inputs 33-40
Controlling inputs 57-64
Controlling inputs 49-56
Controlling inputs 73-80
Controlling inputs 65-72
Controlling inputs 89-96
Controlling inputs 81-88
Controlling inputs 105-112
Controlling inputs 97-104
Controlling inputs 121-128
Controlling inputs 113-120
Controlling inputs 137-144
Controlling inputs 129-136
Controlling inputs 153-160
Controlling inputs 145-152
Controlling inputs 169-176
Controlling inputs 161-168
Controlling inputs 185-192
Controlling inputs 177-184
free
Controlling inputs 193-200
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14.3.4.1. 01h-04h: Priority protocol => "Transfer CamCon controlling inputs"
ADR-HEX
001h
description
80h = protocol Ok, Transfered controlling inputs and status read;
81h-ffh = protocol not Ok with error number
14.4. Error numbers in the protocol bytes (00h and 01h) of the CamCon DC115
ADR-HEX
80h
A0h
A1h
AEh
AFh
B1h
B2h
B3h
B4h
B5h
B6h
B7h
B8h
B9h
BAh
BBh
BCh
BDh
BEh
BFh
C2h
C3h
C4h
C5h
C6h
C7h
C8h
C9h
CAh
CBh
CCh
CDh
CEh
CFh
D0h
D1h
D2h
E1h
E2h
E3h
E4h
E5h
description
task accomplished and no error occurred
task number unknown
error at restart
proof total error in the EEPROM, command 00h,10h initializes the EEPROM !
EEPROM defect, EEPROM cannot be initialized
security output specified incorrectly
no memory space for selected measuring method
measuring system installation not successful
multiplier specified incorrectly
divisor specified incorrectly
dead time value specified incorrectly
dead time value specified incorrectly
no memory space for specified dead times
cam specified incorrectly
cam specified incorrectly
no memory space for cams
wrong output number specified
no further memory space for AND link
no further memory for NOT link
shifting of the zero point specified incorrectly
error at basic initialization: outputs cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: dead time outputs cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: inputs cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: external programs cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: inputs for program selection cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: PLC-Logic cannot be included
error at basic initialization: keyboard lock cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: analog outputs cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: PLC registers cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: PLC timers cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: virtual inputs of the PLC cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: special inputs of the PLC cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: actual position readout cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: F / R output cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: V0 output cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: V / R hysteresis cannot be specified
error at basic initialization: Cable length cannot be specified
wrong program number falsch
wrong program switching point
wrong program switching mode
wrong cam range
wrong PLC range
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14.5. Example for Kachel communication between S5 and CamCon DC115
In this example, the controlling inputs of the CamCon DC115 are transfered from the data component
in cycles (DW10 - 12) and the status of the CamCon DC115 is transfered back into the data
component (DW0 - 7).
DB 101
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14:
:KM
:KF
:KF
:KF
:KF
:KM
:KM
:KM
:KF
:KF
:KM
:KM
:KM
:KF
KF
= 00000000 00000000
= +00000
= +00000
= +00112
= +00159
= 00000000 00000000
= 00000000 00000000
= 00000000 00000000
= +00000
= +00000
= 00000000 00000000
= 00000000 00000000
= 00000000 00000000
= +00000
= +00000
Status
Current Program
Program to be selected
Actual position
Speed
Status output 16 - 9 8 - 1
Status output 32 - 25 24 - 17
Status output 48 - 41 40 - 33
Reserved
Reserved
Controlling input 16 - 9 8 - 1
Controlling input 32 - 25 24 - 17
Controlling input 48 - 41 40 - 33
Reserved
Reserved
FB 1
NAME
BEZ
BEZ
BEZ
NAME
M001
NAME
NETWORK 1
:RESTART
:KNR
:QUIT
:INIT
Restart
E/A/D/B/T/Z: D KM/KH/KY/KC/KF/KT/KZ/KG: KF
E/A/D/B/T/Z: A BI/BY/W/D: BI
E/A/D/B/T/Z: A BI/BY/W/D: BI
:LW =KNR
:SPA FB 21
:QUIT_NB
:UN M 255.0
:UN =QUIT
:BEB
:U =QUIT
:SPB =M001
:
:LW =KNR
:T MB 255
:L KH EEFF
:L KH FEFF
:TNB 1
:L KH 0001
:T MB 255
:L KH EEFF
:L KH F400
:TNB 1
:S =QUIT
:
:LW =KNR
:SPA FB 21
:QUIT_NB
:U M 255.0
:S =INIT
:RB =QUIT
:BE
Load Kachel Nr. in ACCU 1
Proof on protocol expected.
If protocol is expected and
the own protocol was not
specified, then component end.
If protocol is expected,
then move to M001.
Now task can be
initiated.
Load Kachel Nr.
in Dummy register byte
Load address of MB255 at AG115
Transfer KNR to FEFF
Load task 00,01
in Dummy register byte
Load address of MB255 at AG115
Transfer task to Kacheladdress 0
Set registers, protocol is expected
Wait for protocol
for normal task
Kachelnummer in ACCU 1
If protocol was received,
set registers, command ends
and reset protocol
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FB 4
NAME
BEZ
BEZ
BEZ
BEZ
NAME
M001
NAME
NETWORK 1
:CYCLE
:KNR
:DATA
:OFF
:QUIT
:LW =KNR
:SPA FB 20
:QUIT_PB
:UN M 255.0
:UN =QUIT
:BEB
:U =QUIT
:SPB =M001
:
:LW =KNR
:T MB 255
:L KH EEFF
:L KH FEFF
:TNB 1
:LW =DATA
:SLW 1
:L KH E400
:+F
:LIR 0
:ADD KF +25
:LW =OFF
:+F
:L KH F421
:TNB 6
:L KH 0004
:T MB 255
:L KH EEFF
:L KH F401
:TNB 1
:S =QUIT
:
:LW =KNR
:SPA FB 20
:QUIT_PB
:U M 255.0
:RB =QUIT
:UN M 255.0
:BEB
:LW =DATA
:SLW 1
:L KH E400
:+F
:LIR 0
:ADD KF +15
:LW =OFF
:+F
:L KH F421
:TAK
:TNB 16
:BE
E/A/D/B/T/Z: D
E/A/D/B/T/Z: D
E/A/D/B/T/Z: D
E/A/D/B/T/Z: A
KM/KH/KY/KC/KF/KT/KZ/KG: KF
KM/KH/KY/KC/KF/KT/KZ/KG: KF
KM/KH/KY/KC/KF/KT/KZ/KG: KF
BI/BY/W/D: BI
Load Kachel Nr. in AKKU 1
Proof on protocol expected.
If protocol is expected and
the own protocol was not
specified, then component end.
If protocol is expected,
then move to M001.
Now task can be
initiated.
Load Kachel Nr.
in Dummy register byte
Load address of MB255 at AG115
Transfer KNR to FEFF
Transfer controlling input from DB
DB number * 2
Base ADR DB0 at AG115
ADD to base DB ADDRESS
get true ADDRESS of the DB
Set to last DB Address
Load offset
ADD offset
Set to Kachel start address
Transfer 6 Byte
Load task 01,04
in Dummy register byte
Load address of MB255 at AG115
Except task according to Kachel address 1
Set registers, protocol is expected
Wait for protocol
Kachel number in ACCU 1
Once protocol is received,
then reset protocol.
If no protocol, then
Component end.
Transfer data to DB
DB number * 2
Base ADR DB0
ADD to base DB ADDRESS
get true ADDRESS
Set to last DB address
Load offset
ADD offset
Set to Kachel start address
Exchange ACCU 1 and 2
Transfer 16 Byte
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FB 20
NAME
NETWORK 1
:QUIT_PB
Test if protocol is expected at priority task
:T MB 255
:L KH EEFF
:L KH FEFF
:TNB 1
:L KH F401
:L KH EEFF
:TNB 1
:L MB 255
:L KH 0080
:>=F
:= M 255.0
:>F
:= M 0.0
:UN M 0.0
:BEB
:TAK
:T MB 2
:BE
Kachel number at ACCU 1
Address of MB255 at AG115
Transfer to addess FEFF
Kachel address 01
Address of MB255 at AG115
Transfer from F401 to EEFF
Load Dummy register byte 255
Load 0x80 and compare. If larger
than or equalto,
protocol issued.
If only larger, then
error message of the DC115.
If no error, the end of
component or
Exchange AKKU 1 and 2
Error number in MB2
FB 21
NAME
NETWORK 1
:QUIT_NB
Test, if protocol is expected with normal task
:T MB 255
:L KH EEFF
:L KH FEFF
:TNB 1
:L KH F400
:L KH EEFF
:TNB 1
:L MB 255
:L KH 0080
:>=F
:= M 255.0
:>F
:= M 0.0
:UN M 0.0
:BEB
:TAK
:T MB 2
:BE
Kachel number in ACCU 1
Load address of MB255
Transfer KNR to FEFF
Load Kachel address 0
Load address MB255
Transfer F400 to EEFF
Load MB255
Load 0x80 and compare. If
Larger than or equal to,
Protocol issued.
If just larger than,
Error message of the DC115.
If no error, end of
Component or
Exchange AKKU 1 and 2
Error number in MB2
FB 96
NAME
NETWORK 1
:STARTUP
:
:L KF +5000
:T BS 126
:
:BE
Startup delay of the S5, so the CamCon
DC115 has time for its startup and
the setting of the Kachel number
Load 5000ms startup delay
Transfer to operating system address 126.
After de- and activation of the voltage supply,
the S5 is now started with delay.
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OB 1
NAME
KNR
QUIT
INIT
NAME
KNR
DATA
OFF
QUIT
NETWORK 1
:
:UN M 100.0
:SPB FB 1
:RESTART
:KF +1
:M 100.1
:M 100.0
:
:SPA FB 4
:CYCLE
:KF +1
:KF +101
:KF +0
:M 100.2
:
:A DB 101
:L DR 5
:T AB 20
:L DL 5
:T AB 21
:L DR 6
:T AB 22
:L DL 6
:T AB 23
:
:L EB 24
:T DR 10
:L EB 25
:T DL 10
:L EB 26
:T DR 11
:L EB 27
:T DL 11
:BE
Restart task not
Accomplished yet.
Kachel No.
registers for task busy
registers for task finished
Status always read and
Controlling inputs always transfer
Kachel number
Data component number 101
Offset for data component
Registers for task: busy
Transfer data from DB
to the outputs.
Transfer the inputs to
the controlling inputs of the DB.
OB 21
NAME
NETWORK 1
:L KH 0000
:T MB 100
:SPA FB 96
:STARTUP
:BE
Protocol registers deletion
OB 22
NETWORK 1
:SPA OB 21
:BE
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15. Technical Data
Number of outputs...............................................40, galvanically separated to the S5
outputs 25 - 40 are connected
to inputs 1 - 16.
Number of inputs.................................................16, galvanically separated to the S5
inputs 1 - 16 are connected
to outputs 25 - 40.
Number of cams for programming ......................150 or optionally 600, 2500 cams
Data security/storage ..........................................EEPROM
Number of programs ...........................................32768
Cycle time ( switching speed ).............................at least 0,1ms, can be adjusted as desired.
Dead time compensation (DTC) .........................individually for each output, according to measuring
system and memory space.
Range of the DTC ...............................................0 up to 9999.9ms, according to measuring system and
memory space.
Accuracy of the DTC ...........................................+0 to -1 step
Measuring system input ......................................synchronous serial (SSI), Gray coded, optionally
parallel data input, analog data input, PLL data input,
time controlled data input.
Resolution of the measuring system ...................360 steps (standard) or according to measuring
system and memory space.
Measuring system (standard type) ......................AAG60007 (360 Grad SSI).
Measuring system (SSI)......................................AAG60007, AAG612-2048, AAG612-4096,
AAG612-8192, AAG626 or AAG66107.
Measuring system (incremental) .........................ADG60/24/500.
Border frequency of the incremental input ..........about 200kHz
Input level of the incremental input .....................5V RS422 or 24V PNP.
Zero point correction of the measuring system ...is programmed with CamCon
Rotation direction of the measuring system ........is programmed with CamCon
Length of the connection cable
between measuring system and CamCon ..........with SSI up to 300m (optionally up to 1000m)
Supply voltage.....................................................24V DC ±20 %
Measuring system supply voltage .......................with 24V DC via the supply voltage of outputs 1 - 8.
Current absorbtion ..............................................300mA without measuring system and outputs
Output voltage.....................................................24V DC, plus switching
Output current .....................................................0,5A per output, short circuit proof
Programming.......................................................via PC with software
DIGISOFT for DC16/40/50/90/115,
CamCon DC50/51 Terminal or Kachel communication
with the S5.
Connections for:
Measuring system ...............................................DSUB 15 block-plug
Voltage supply.....................................................via block-pins IP20
Cam outputs........................................................via block-pins IP20
Assembly.............................................................see chapter 4. Mechanical installation instructions on
page 17.
Cover type ...........................................................assembled: IP20
Operating temperature ........................................0°C ... + 55° C
Weight .................................................................about 600g
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16. Keyword table
Actual position preset............................................................................................................................. 54
Actual position, Output ........................................................................................................................... 58
Adding cams .......................................................................................................................................... 37
Adding cams, Example .......................................................................................................................... 42
Analog cam, Adding ............................................................................................................................... 45
Analog cam, Changing........................................................................................................................... 45
Analog cam, Configuration..................................................................................................................... 59
Analog cam, First creation ..................................................................................................................... 45
Analog cams, Programming................................................................................................................... 44
Analog measuring system input ............................................................................................................. 25
Analog output, Soldering bridges ........................................................................................................... 15
Analog outputs ....................................................................................................................................... 69
Analog outputs, adjusting....................................................................................................................... 69
Analog outputs, Clearing integrated....................................................................................................... 69
Analog outputs, External ........................................................................................................................ 69
Analog, Position output .......................................................................................................................... 60
Analog, Speed output............................................................................................................................. 59
Assembly................................................................................................................................................ 17
Cable length ........................................................................................................................................... 57
Cam deletion .......................................................................................................................................... 38
Cam input............................................................................................................................................... 36
Cam programming ................................................................................................................................. 34
Cam search............................................................................................................................................ 37
Cam track, Deletion................................................................................................................................ 38
Cam-BUS ............................................................................................................................................... 66
Clear....................................................................................................................................................... 76
Commissioning....................................................................................................................................... 30
Communication mode ............................................................................................................................ 66
Complete deletion .................................................................................................................................. 65
Configuration.......................................................................................................................................... 12
Connection plugs, Component side ....................................................................................................... 14
Connections ........................................................................................................................................... 18
Copying cam tracks................................................................................................................................ 39
Copying programmed outputs................................................................................................................ 39
Copying programs .................................................................................................................................. 40
Cycle time............................................................................................................................................... 57
Dead time compensation, Effects ............................................................................................................ 9
Dead time, Calculation ........................................................................................................................... 11
Deleting programs.................................................................................................................................. 40
Deletion of a particular cam, Example ................................................................................................... 43
Device info.............................................................................................................................................. 71
DIP switch S1 ......................................................................................................................................... 13
DIP switch S3 ......................................................................................................................................... 13
DIP switches........................................................................................................................................... 13
Direction output ...................................................................................................................................... 58
Dis.input. with analog cams ................................................................................................................... 60
Dis.value with analog cams.................................................................................................................... 60
Display format, Actual position............................................................................................................... 47
Display, Change ..................................................................................................................................... 32
Display, Standard ................................................................................................................................... 32
Display, Type.......................................................................................................................................... 56
EEPROM cam memory, Calculation..................................................................................................... 78
EEPROM, Error...................................................................................................................................... 76
Error messages...................................................................................................................................... 74
Examples for cam programming............................................................................................................ 41
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External interface ................................................................................................................................... 19
External program selection, Setting ....................................................................................................... 61
Gear, Electronic ..................................................................................................................................... 47
Hysteresis............................................................................................................................................... 58
Hysteresis, Actual position ..................................................................................................................... 46
Incremental measuring system input ..................................................................................................... 24
Incremental measuring system, Configuration....................................................................................... 49
Input of text ............................................................................................................................................ 29
Input wiring ............................................................................................................................................. 26
Inputs, General information.................................................................................................................... 26
Inputs, Setting ........................................................................................................................................ 61
Inputs, Status display ............................................................................................................................. 32
Installation instructions........................................................................................................................... 17
Interpol. with analog cams ..................................................................................................................... 60
Kachel number (adress)......................................................................................................................... 13
Key functions, Outline ............................................................................................................................ 28
Keyboard lock, Setting ........................................................................................................................... 61
Keys, Checking ...................................................................................................................................... 64
Language ............................................................................................................................................... 70
Linear system, Measuring offset ............................................................................................................ 53
Main menu ............................................................................................................................................. 32
Measuring offset..................................................................................................................................... 53
Measuring system .................................................................................................................................. 46
Measuring system, General information ................................................................................................ 23
Measuring system, Selection ................................................................................................................. 46
Measuring system, Soldering bridges .................................................................................................... 16
Menu outline........................................................................................................................................... 77
Menu point, Selection............................................................................................................................. 28
Menu, Selection...................................................................................................................................... 28
millenium .................................................................................................................................................. 2
Movement direction, Change ................................................................................................................. 47
Multiturn measuring system with electronic gear ................................................................................... 50
Multiuser................................................................................................................................................. 66
No contact to unit XX ............................................................................................................................ 74
Offset...................................................................................................................................................... 53
Options, Additional ................................................................................................................................. 67
Out - Error .............................................................................................................................................. 76
Output name, Programming................................................................................................................... 36
Output selection for programming.......................................................................................................... 34
Output, Deletion ..................................................................................................................................... 38
Outputs with DTC, Setting...................................................................................................................... 61
Outputs, General information ................................................................................................................. 26
Outputs, Setting...................................................................................................................................... 61
Outputs, Status display .......................................................................................................................... 32
Parallel Gray special measuring system ................................................................................................ 49
Parallel measuring system input ............................................................................................................ 23
PC software............................................................................................................................................ 27
Pin allocation .......................................................................................................................................... 18
Pin allocation, 24 Volt incremental measuring system........................................................................... 18
Pin allocation, 24 Volt PLL measuring system ....................................................................................... 18
Pin allocation, 5 Volt incremental measuring system............................................................................. 18
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Pin allocation, Analog output.................................................................................................................. 21
Pin allocation, Inputs .............................................................................................................................. 21
Pin allocation, Outputs ........................................................................................................................... 21
Pin allocation, SSI measuring system.................................................................................................... 18
PLC Logic Module.................................................................................................................................. 67
PLC Logic Module with text display........................................................................................................ 68
PLC Logic Module, Examples ................................................................................................................ 67
PLL measuring system........................................................................................................................... 51
PLL measuring system input.................................................................................................................. 25
Pos - Err 1 .............................................................................................................................................. 74
Pos - Err 2 .............................................................................................................................................. 74
Pos - Err 3 .............................................................................................................................................. 75
Preset ..................................................................................................................................................... 54
Program change..................................................................................................................................... 33
Program name ....................................................................................................................................... 33
Program number .................................................................................................................................... 33
Program selection for programming....................................................................................................... 35
Program selection mode ........................................................................................................................ 62
Programming.......................................................................................................................................... 34
Programming the dead time compensation, Private.............................................................................. 35
Programming via remote........................................................................................................................ 67
Programming, General information........................................................................................................ 27
RAM memory, Calculation ..................................................................................................................... 79
Reset behaviour ..................................................................................................................................... 13
Rotation direction, Change..................................................................................................................... 47
RS232 as a measuring system .............................................................................................................. 25
RS232 measuring system ...................................................................................................................... 52
S5 - L1.................................................................................................................................................... 66
Security output ....................................................................................................................................... 57
Ser.mode................................................................................................................................................ 66
Serial interface ....................................................................................................................................... 19
Serial interface RS232 ........................................................................................................................... 19
Serial interface RS485 ........................................................................................................................... 20
Serial interface, Configuation ................................................................................................................. 66
Shifting cam tracks................................................................................................................................. 39
Soldering bridges ................................................................................................................................... 15
Special measuring system ..................................................................................................................... 48
Special measuring system, Deletion ...................................................................................................... 52
Special outputs....................................................................................................................................... 57
Speed adjustment .................................................................................................................................. 55
Speed display, Accuracy ........................................................................................................................ 56
Speed display, Display format................................................................................................................ 55
Speed display, Range adjustment.......................................................................................................... 55
Speed factor........................................................................................................................................... 55
SSI measuring system ........................................................................................................................... 48
SSI measuring system input .................................................................................................................. 23
Standard................................................................................................................................................. 66
Standstill output...................................................................................................................................... 58
System upgrading .................................................................................................................................. 61
Table of contents...................................................................................................................................... 3
Teach - In ............................................................................................................................................... 37
Technical Data ..................................................................................................................................... 101
Text input ............................................................................................................................................... 29
The status LED ...................................................................................................................................... 27
Time emitter measuring system simulation............................................................................................ 51
Timer as a measuring system ................................................................................................................ 25
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Unit configuration ....................................................................................................................... 46; 63; 66
Unit number, Input.................................................................................................................................. 67
User key, Creation.................................................................................................................................. 63
User key, Deletion .................................................................................................................................. 64
User keys, Allocation.............................................................................................................................. 63
User text ................................................................................................................................................. 70
Voltage supply of the CamCon............................................................................................................... 22
Welding operations, Safety precautions................................................................................................. 26
Y2K........................................................................................................................................................... 2
Zero offset .............................................................................................................................................. 53
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