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Operating Manual
VIBTRONIC-Connector Sets
for Magnetic Vibrators
Series SA...-2 in panel mounting
and cabinet unit
Operation and display elements on the VAE-2control board
Intended Use
VIBTRONIC connector sets of type SA...-2 and SAE...-2 are designed and
constructed as alternating voltage regulators for controlling magnetic
vibrators; they operate on the voltage regulation principle (phase regulation).
The connector set has been designed for use with mains networks having
a frequency of either 50 or 60 Hz and a sinusoidal voltage.
Do not use the connector set in environments where there is a danger of
explosions and/or pit gas! Observe the information regarding the intended
uses given in chapter 1.3!
For your safety
You will find three different types of symbols in this operating manual which are
intended to point out important information:
DANGER
ATTENTION!
NOTE
.
.
DANGER! The DANGER warning describes procedures or conditions which could
have dangerous or even life-threatening consequences for the person installing or
using the equipment
WARNING! You will find this information with procedures in which a danger of
damage to equipment exists. These damages could also result in injury to
personnel (e.g. resulting from a fire!)
NOTE: Notes provide information regarding individual tasks. Notes explain circumstances, clarify terminology or provide tips for simplifying processes or
procedures
Although we developed the VIBTRONIC connector sets taking into account all
safety measures, operational error cannot be completely eliminated. In the
interest of your safety and that of your colleagues, observe the following
information:
DANGER
DANGER
DANGER! Life threatening voltages are present within the connector set when
it is connected to the mains voltage. Contact with voltage-carrying components
can be fatal! Before switching on mains, ensure that contact with voltagecarrying components is not possible!
DANGER! Explosions can be life threatening and result in great damage to
equipment. When using the connector sets in environments where the danger
of explosion exists, take appropriate precautions!
WARNING! Unsuitable connector sets, operation with the incorrect mains
voltage/frequency will result in damage to the magnetic vibrator. Make sure
that the connection values are correct and compare them with the deviceATTENTION!
type plates!
© 1996 AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH
COPYRIGHT
The VIBTRONIC connector sets, Series SA...-2 and SAE...-2 as well as this operation manual are
copyright protected. Any reproduction of the units will be prosecuted. All rights of this operating
manual are reserved, including reproduction via photo mechanical, print, data or any other
possible medium, as well as in translation.
Reproduction of this operating manual, complete or in part, may only be carried out with the
written consent of AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH.
VIBTRONIC is a registered and protected trademark of AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH.
This operating manual contains the most exact description of the product possible. However, it
does not guarantee particular features or application results. Prior to publication, this operating
manual has been subjected to thorough verification. The authors guarantee that this manual is free
of faults which cancel or reduce its utility or suitability for the intended use of the device. However,
the publisher does not undertake any liability, either explicitly or implicitly, for damages or
consequential damages resulting from the application of the operating manual. We are always
grateful for criticism or hints regarding imperfections, and suggestions for possible improvements!
Unless otherwise stated, the relevant state of engineering is that at the time of the combined delivery
of the product and the operating manual from AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH. The product is
subject to technical changes without prior notice. Previous operating manuals are no longer valid.
The AVITEQ General Conditions of Sale, adopted by AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH, are valid.
Do you have questions? Or problems with installation and commissioning? Give us a call! We'll be
glad to help you!
AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH
Im Gotthelf 16
65795 Hattersheim
Tel. 06145-503 0
Fax 06145-503 200
Hattersheim, Germany 31. December 2000
Chapter Contents
General notices regarding this operating manual, our Conditions of
Sale, the Warranty and the Intended Use of the
connector sets
Shipping, storage, delivery contents and
disposal
Here you learn the fundamentals of the connector set
and its selections: The function
description
Assembly, electrical connection
To the point:
Commissioning Step by Step
Prevention is better: Service and
Maintenance
Not to be forgotten:
Troubleshooting
Seek and find: the Index
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
4
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.2.6
4.2.7
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
We are Partners.
1-1
About this Operating Manual..............................................................................................................
Product Liability and Warranty............................................................................................................
Fields of Application..........................................................................................................................
Maintenance and Repair.....................................................................................................................
Installation and Operating Personnel.................................................................................................
1-2
1-4
1-6
1-7
1-8
Transport, Delivery, Disposal
2-1
Transport and Storage .........................................................................................................................2-2
Extent of Delivery................................................................................................................................ 2-2
Disposal................................................................................................................................................ 2-3
Packing Materials................................................................................................................................. 2-3
Returning the Device............................................................................................................................ 2-3
Unit Component Materials................................................................................................................... 2-4
Function Description
3-1
Introduction..........................................................................................................................................
Operating Principle..............................................................................................................................
Scope of Operation...............................................................................................................................
Series and Models................................................................................................................................
Series....................................................................................................................................................
Models...........................................................................................................................................-......
Type Designations................................................................................................................................
3-2
3-2
3-3
3-5
3-5
3-5
3-6
Installation
4-1
Mechanical Installation........................................................................................................................ 4-2
Panel Mounting Unit............................................................................................................................ 4-2
Cabinet Unit......................................................................................................................................
4-3
Binding Post Assignment..................................................................................................................... 4-5
Connecting the magnetic vibrator........................................................................................................ 4-5
Vibration sensor (PAL) and temperature switch ................................................................................ 4-6
Vibration sensor (PAL)......................................................................................................................... 4-7
Primary and Fine Fill Rates.................................................................................................................. 4-8
External control input........................................................................................................................... 4-9
Operational message and actual-value display ..................................................................................4-11
Switching On/Off Externally............................................................................................................
4-12
Electrical Connection......................................................................................................................... 4-14
Notes on electrical connection........................................................................................................... 4-14
Connection Diagram.......................................................................................................................... 4-15
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
5
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.3
6
4-17
4-18
4-20
4-20
4-21
Commissioning
5-1
Commissioning with AVITEQ magnetic vibrator............................................................................................
Commissioning Procedure .................................................................................................................. .............
Special Notes......................................................................................................................................................
Commissioning with Vibrators from Other Manufacturers ............................................................................
Setting the Vibrator Mains Voltage ..................................................................................................................
Commissioning ..................................................................................................................................................
Note on the DIP switch block .............................................................................................................. ............
5-2
5-2
5-2
5-3
5-3
5-3
5-8
Maintenance
6-1
6.1
Maintenance........................................................................................................................................................
6-2
Troubleshooting
7-1
7.1
7.2
Fault causes and remedies........................................................................................................................
Help by Telephone ....................................................................................................................................
7-2
7-5
INDEX
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7
8
Vibration-Width Adjuster, Rotary-Type Knob and Scale ..................................................................
Installation of the actual-value display ..............................................................................................
Electrical Connection to the Magnetic Vibrator.................................................................................
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)..............................................................................................
Line Lengths.......................................................................................................................................
1
We are Partners.
1.1
About this Operating Manual
1.2
Product Liability and Warranty
1.3
Fields of Application and Intended Use
1.4
Maintenance and Repair
1.5
Installation and Operating Personnel
Chapter Outline
Although you might want to get immediately started with our connector set,
we would like you to read this chapter first. It provides a summary of the
contents of the operating manual and settles our legal relationship as
parties to a contract.
1.1
About this Operating Manual
For whom?
This operating manual is directed to the
• installation technician who installs and commissions the magnetic vibrator.
• electrician or engineer who carries out the installation of the connector set,
the electrical connection to the mains network and the connection to the
magnetic vibrator.
All work concerning the connector set must be carried out by qualified
personnel only (a certified electrician or an electrically trained person according
to IEC 364 and EN 60204-1).
DANGER
DANGER! Electrically live components! Risk of lethal shock when mains is connected. Observe the aforementioned safety notices and precautions when
installing and commissioning!
Additional Publications
Supplements to this operating manual:
•
Connection diagram and dimension sheet for the connector set
Definitions
Magnetic vibrator, electromagnetic-mechanical unit for operating a vibration
conveyor device
• Vibration conveyor device: unit consisting of the magnetic vibrator and working unit (through, tube, screen, etc.)
• Connector set: the separately delivered electronic control unit assigned to
the magnetic vibrator for connecting to the mains network
• Cabinet unit: connector set in compact housing for wall or frame mounting
(type SA...-2)
• Panel mounting unit: connector set without housing for installation in the
switching cabinet or in enclosed control locations (type SAE...-2)
•
NOTE
NOTE: This operating manual applies to panel mounting and cabinet units.
Any differences are indicated.
Special Indicators in This Operating Manual
You have already learned how safety notices are indicated, or...? If there are
still unclear points regarding safety when working with and around the connector
sets, give us a call! We do not want you to endanger yourself or others just
because the possible dangers were not clear to you!
For your convenience and orientation, we use the following special indicators in
this operating manual:
• A round dot stands for listings of characteristics and conditions
A checked box tells you to check for something or to read a summary.
The pointing finger marks operation steps that you have to carry out.
Date of Revision
On each right-hand page of the operating manual you will find the date when this
page has last been updated.
A Small Request
Help us in improving our connector sets and operating manuals by giving us your
opinion. Please take a moment to fill out the questionnaire at the end of this
manual. Share your criticisms and comments with us! We will reward your effort by
(even) better products and manuals in the future.
1.2
Product Liability and Warranty
The connector sets have been designed for a long service life. They
correspond to the current state of science engineering and have been tested
individually for each of its guaranteed functions prior to delivery. AVITEQ
Vlbrationstechnik GmbH continually conducts product and market analyses for
further development and improvement. Should malfunctions or failures occur
despite these preventative measures, please contact our service department!
We guarantee that appropriate measures for the repair of the defect will be taken
immediately.
Conditions of Warranty
We guarantee the functioning of the product as described in this operating
manual for a period of 12 months after the date of delivery as stated on the
delivery invoice. The condition for free repair is adherence to the operating
manual when storing, shipping, installing, commissioning and operating the
product.
We guarantee that the product is free of faults as defined by our
advertisements, product information published by us, and this operating
manual. Beyond that, no product properties are guaranteed. We do not accept
responsibility for the efficiency or faultless functioning, or for uses other than
those described on the first interior right-hand page of this manual.
Warranty Exclusions
Manipulation of the device by the customer or a third party is permissible only
after prior separate consultation and written consent on the part of AVITEQ
Vlbrationstechnik GmbH. In the case of neglect, we assume no responsibility for
resulting damages to property, personal injury, or consequential damages; in
this case, the warranty becomes void.
Claims for damages are generally excluded, except in cases of intent, gross
negligence on the part of AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH, or failure to meet
guaranteed product properties. In particular, we do not accept liability for cases
where the connector sets are used for purposes for which they are not suited,
as defined by this operating manual. If the devices are used in surroundings or
with main circuits and control systems that are not suited for the connector sets,
that are faulty, or that do not comply with the current state of engineering, we are
not liable for the consequences.
Moreover, we decline any liability for damages to conveyor and automation
systems caused by malfunctions of the product or faults in the operating
manual. We are not liable for consequences caused by accessories that were
not delivered or certified by AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH.
We are not responsible for the violation of patent rights and other titles of third
parties outside of the Federal Republic of Germany.
We are not libable for damages due to inappropriate handling as defined in this
operating manual. We explicitly exclude liability for profit loss, and particularly for
consequential damages caused by non-compliance with safety notices and
warnings.
The VIBTRONIC connector set models described in this operating manual must
not be operated in the United States of America and other countries where US
American laws are applicable.
The General Terms of Delivery for Products and Services of the electrical industry (issue: May 1993) and the General Conditions of Sale (issue: March
1994) of AEG, which have been adopted by AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH are
valid.
1.3
Fields of Application
VIBTRONIC connector sets, types SA...-2 and SAE...-2, hereafter abbreviated
with SA(E)...-2, allow infinite adjustment of the working stroke on the magnetic
vibrator and thereby of the conveyor rate from vibration conveyor devices.
The connector sets must be used together only with AVITEQ magnetic vibrators or
corresponding magnetic vibrators from other manufacturers in accordance with
their intended use. Information in the vibration conveyor device operating
manual is also to be observed!
The connector sets must only be operated with magnetic vibrators from other
manufacturers when their connection specifications are identical to those of the
AVITEQ magnetic vibrators. For more information, see Chapter 5.2!
There are no other intended uses for the connector sets.
Never attempt the following:
•
Do not use in environments with explosion hazards (explosives, pit gas environments, hazard of dust explosion)! The units are not protected against
explosions!
•
Do not use at ambient temperatures below -25 and over +40 °C (cabinet
unit) and + 50 °C (panel mounting unit), or in tropical climates or areas where
dew or condensation could form! The units are designed for operation in
moderate climatic environments (DIN IEC 721)!
•
Do not use together with magnetic vibrators which are not compatible with the
connector sets!
Do not use mains networks and mains frequencies other than those for
which the connector sets were designed!
•
•
Do not use at altitudes exceeding 1,000 m above sea level! The connector
set is not designed for high altitudes. Contact us if you have questions!
Connecting to Mains and Magnetic Drives
Only AVITEQ connector sets connected to a sinusoidal mains network may be
used for operating the AVITEQ Magnetic Drives. For each AVITEQ Magnetic Drive
model there is a corresponding connector set.
Other control and connection options are not included.
ATTENTION!
ATTENTION! If a magnetic vibrator is directly connected to mains or an inappropriate connector set is used, the magnetic vibrator may be destroyed. Use
only the appropriate connector set!
1.4
Maintenance and Repair
The connector set contains no components which can be serviced or repaired by
the installer or the operator. Do not open the units under any circumstances. In case
of failure, send it to AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH, Hattersheim, Germany.
Refer to Chapters 6 and 7 if the connector set does not function as intended!
DANGER
DANGER! When the unit is connected to mains, dangerously high voltages are
present inside the connector set and the magnetic drive. Touching electrically
live components can be lethal! Before switching on mains power, ensure that
no live parts can be touched!
1.5
Installation and Operating Personnel
Prior to installation and/or commissioning, you should familiarise yourself with all
details of the connector set and with the connection options of the magnetic vibrator. For more information, see the chapter in the operating manual on
connecting the magnetic vibrators.
Persons involved with installation, commissioning, assembly, disassembly, adjustment or maintenance must have read and understood this operating manual
completely; particularly the safety notices. If you have any questions, we would be
glad to help you!
All work on the connector set must be carried out by qualified personnel only (a
certified electrician or an electrically trained person according to IEC 364 and
EN 60204-1).
The connector sets must be serviced only by qualified personnel trained and
authorised by AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH, Hattersheim, Germany. In case of
negligence, AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH, Hattersheim, Germany assumes
no responsibility for personal injury or damage to property.
2
Transport, Delivery,
Disposal
2.1
Transport and Storage
2.2
Extent of Delivery
2.3
Disposal
Chapter Outline
For storage and transport, certain measures must be observed in order to
prevent damamge to the units.
The extent of delivery must be checked after unpacking. The packing
material should be disposed of properly.
What to do with the VIBTRONIC connector sets when they are no longer
required? The "return guarantee".
2.1
Transport and Storage
• Delivery: the connector sets and accessories are delivered in appropriate
packing so that they reach their destination without damage.
NOTE
NOTE: If the packing is visibly damaged in a way that indicates damage to
the contents, contact the forwarding agent! In farther proceedings, take
notice of the General Conditions of Business of the forwarding agent in
order not to risk your claim for damages!
Storage: unless special agreements concerning packing and storage have
been made, the units, either packed or unpacked, must be stored and
transported under "normal" conditions. This means in enclosed rooms with
temperatures between -25 and +65 °C, relative humidity not to exceed 80 %
(no dew or condensation), and no mechanical shocks or vibrations.
ATTENTION!
ATTENTION! Storing and transporting the units under inappropriate conditions
may cause permanent damage. Such damage may not be detectable
from the outside. AVITEQ Vibrationstecbnik GmbH declines any
responsibility in this case and is not liable for the consequences.
2.2
Extent of Delivery
After unpacking, check that all parts are complete and undamaged, and
that they are consistent with the delivery invoice and accompanying
documents. The extent of delivery includes the connector set (either the
cabinet or panel mounting unit) and the connection diagram - packed
together with the connector set. Also included with installation units is the
separate rotary potentiometer for setting the working stroke with rotary-type
knob and scale.
Compare the data on the magnetic vibrator and connector set type-plates
with the delivery invoice and order documents!
Check to see that the magnetic vibrator and connector set match by
referring to Chapter 3-4.2 of this operating manual! Before using magnetic
vibrators from other manufacturers, you must first make certain that the
specifications are suitable for operation with the V1BTRONIC connector set
(see Chapter 5.2)! If in doubt, contact us! We'll be glad to help you!
ATTENTION!
ATTENTION! Unauthorised combinations may result in destruction of the
magnetic vibrator or connector set! Mains voltage, mains frequency and
vibration frequency must be compatible! The nominal current of the connector
set must be the same or greater than the peak current of the magnetic vibrator.
Connect only compatible devices!
2.2
Disposal
2.3.1
Packing Materials
The following materials are used by us for delivering connector sets, depending
on the type of transport.
•
Polyethylene foil (PE) for device protection
•
Corrugated cardboard for outer and inner packing
•
Wooden cases for outer packing
•
Paper shavings for filler material
•
Styrofoam (Flo-Pack) for filler and damping material.
All packing materials should be disposed of in accordance with local regulations
of the delivery destination.
Cardboard containers and paper packing tapes can be recycled within the RESY
Disposal and Re-utilisation System. Packing foils, tapes and foam foils (if used)
consist of polyethylene (PE), the CFC/HCFC-free padding normally of foamed
polystyrene (PS). These packing materials consist of pure hydrocarbons and
can thus be recycled.
In special cases, we use steel packing bands and wooden cases free of chemical
treatment.
2.3.2
Returning the Device
AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH takes back connector set types SA(E)...-2,
delivered after 1995, free of charge if delivered to AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik
GmbH, Hattersheim, Germany.
2.3.3 Unit Component Materials
In the case of disposal by the customer, and when exchanging components,
local effective waste and disposal regulations should be observed. We accept no
responsibility for improperly disposed of parts and components!
•
Regulations regarding the disposal of electronic parts and components
apply to the disposal of the connector set.
• The power semiconductor (thyristor and diode module) do not contain
beryllium and thus can be disposed of as electronic waste.
NOTE
NOTE: Detailed information concerning the used materials is available from
us upon request. In case of doubt, take advantage of our disposal offer!
3
Function Description
3.1
Introduction
3.2
Operating Principle
3.3
Scope of Operation
3.4
Series and Models
3.5
Type Designation
Chapter Outline
After a description of the operating principle of the connector sets, a discussion of the scope of operation and of the connection options follows in chapter
3.3.
The final sections provide you with an overview of the available connection set
models and the type designations.
3.1
Introduction
AVITEQ magnetic vibrators must be operated with the appropriate VIBTRONIC
connector sets. Depending on the application and size of the magnetic drive,
AVITEQ Vlbrationstechnik GmbH supplies connector sets from the SA(E)...-2 in
size F, G or H, available in cabinet and panel mounting units.
3.2
Operating Principle
Oscillation rates and mains frequency
Connector sets of type SA(E)...-2 are alternating-voltage regulators and function
on the voltage regulation principle (phase regulation).
•
•
•
Connector sets for vibration conveyor devices with an oscillation rate
of 1,500 min"1 (25 Hz) at a mains frequency of 50 Hz and 1,800 min"1
(30 Hz) at a mains frequency of 60 Hz fire every fourth mains half-wave.
Connector Sets for vibration conveyor devices with an oscillation rate
of 2,000 min'1 (33 1/3 Hz) with a mains frequency of 50 Hz fire every
third mains half-wave.
Connector sets for vibration conveyor devices with an oscillation rate
of 3,000 min"1 (50 Hz) at a mains frequency of 50 Hz and 3,600 min"1
(60 Hz) at a mains frequency of 60 Hz fire every second mains halfwave.
The mechanical vibration frequency (25,30,33 1/3, 50 or 60 Hz) is set at the factory prior to delivery and is encoded in the type designation.
NOTE
NOTE: This new generation of connector sets was designed with the EMV
directive (89/336/EWG) in mind and meets the requirements of EN
50081-2 and W50082-2.
NOTE
NOTE: Oscillation rates are given in "min'1" and the vibration frequency
in"Hz".
3.3
Scope of Operation
The VIBTRONIC Connector Sets of type SA(E)...-2 are designed for the following
regulation types:
• Voltage regulation
• Working stroke regulation
• Voltage regulation with limit protection
• Effective working stroke regulation
The various regulation types are described below.
Voltage-, working stroke- and effective working stroke regulation
Connector Sets of the type SA(E)...-2 can be operated with voltage regulation or
working stroke regulation with limit monitoring. Temperature monitoring of the
magnetic vibrator is also possible.
NOTE
NOTE: In normal operation the Connector Sets junction (without vibration sensor PAL on the AVITEQ magnetic vibrators) as voltage regulators. If however,
AVITEQ-magnetic vibrators with PAL are used (type designation: MV..-...P),
limit protection in the upper control range is automatically regulated by means
of the working stroke.
Connector Sets of type SA(E)...-2S1 are set in the factory for effective working
stroke regulation by means of an external vibration sensor (type: PA...).
Temperature monitoring is possible.
NOTE
NOTE: The Connector Sets function as a voltage regulator when binding posts
13 and 14 are bridged. In this case, a magnetic vibrator must not be operated
with a vibration sensor (PAL)!
Presetting the Command Value
The command value for the working stroke can optionally be preset by means of
a vibration-width adjuster (potentiometer) or
• an external control input (0...10 V, 4...20 mA or 0...20 mA)
•
3.4
Series and Models
3.4.1
Series
Three series of VIBTRONIC connector sets with various characteristics are
available:
•
•
•
NOTE
Type series SU(E)... without voltage regulation in cabinet and panel
mounting units for nominal currents up to 6 A.
Type series SC(E)... with voltage regulation in cabinet and panel mounting
units for nominal currents up to 14 A.
Type series SA(E)... with voltage and working stroke regulation in cabinet
and panel mounting units for nominal currents up to 43 A.
NOTE: In this operating manual, only the connector sets of series
SA(E)...-2 are covered.
3.4.2
Models
The connector sets are available in the sizes F, G and H in the following
variants:
Cabinet unit SA... (JP54): enclosed compact housing for securing to
walls or frames. Vibration-width adjuster and mains switch are installed
on the front side of the housing.
• • Panel mounting unit SAE... (IP 00): controller block for installing in the
switching cabinet or in closed control locations
• The corresponding technical data are located in Table 3-a:
•
Table 3-a
Technical data for Connector Sets SA(E)...-2
SA(E)-FS..-2
Mains frequency
SA(E)-GS..-2
SA(E)-HS..-2
50 or 60 Hz
Vibration frequency with 50 Hz mains
25, 33 1/3 or 50 Hz
Vibration frequency with 60 Hz mains
30 or 60 Hz
Nominal voltage(s) with 50 Hz mains
220...240 V
380... 420V
460...500V
380...420V
460...500V
Nominal voltage(s) with 60 Hz mains
220...240V
440... 480V
440...480V
Table 3-a (Continued)
Technical data for Connector Sets SA(E)...-2
SA(E)-FS..-2
SA(E)-GS..-2
SA(E)-HS..-2
Nominal current
25A
23 A
43 A
Maximum power loss in switching
cabinet
75 W
70 W
85 W
NOTE
NOTE: The permissible tolerances are, for the mains voltage, ± 10.0 % and,
for the mains frequency, ± 0.5 %.
NOTE
NOTE: The vibration frequency is set at the factory prior to delivery and must
not by changed by the customer.
3.4.3
Type Designations
Explanation of the type designation for the VIBTRONIC connector sets
type SA(E)...-2:
NOTE
NOTE: As shown in Table 3-a (Technical Data), the connector sets are
designed for various voltage ranges. Please see the type plate for the
voltage range of the connector set.
4
Installation
4.1
Mechanical Installation
4.2
Binding Post Assignment
4.3
Electrical Connection
4.4
Electrical Connection to the Magnetic Drive
Chapter Outline
This chapter describes the mechanical and electrical installation of the connector
sets up to and including the connection to the magnetic vibrator.
4.1
Mechanical Installation
The installation steps for the two versions are described in the following sections:
• Panel mounting unit, in Chapter 4.1.1 and
• Cabinet unit, in Chapter 4.1.2
4.1.1
Panel Mounting Unit
The connector sets are available as installation units for vertical installation in switching cabinets or control cases. They consist of:
•
•
•
•
DANGER
the heat sink with power semiconductor,
the power component with main current connection,
the control board (type VAE-2) and
the potentiometer with rotary-type knob and scale (delivered loose).
DANGER! Prior to installation: before opening the switching cabinet or control
case, switch off the current supply, check that no voltages are present, and
protect against unintentional reconnection!
Use the hole pattern to orient yourself, see Figure 4.1 on the following page.
Fasten the unit to a vibration-free vertical support wall or installation plate in
the closeable switching cabinet (control location); hand-tighten the screws
and use only the intended holes.
Install the supplied potentiometer for working stroke adjustment with scale,
rotary-type knob, pointer, and knob cover at a suitable location (e.g. switching
cabinet door or front of control case).
ATTENTION!
ATTENTION! Connector sets are temperature sensitive! Make certain that the
units are not installed near external beat sources, such as direct sunshine or
radiators. The ambient temperature must not exceed +50 °C during
operation!
4.1.2
Cabinet Unit
The connector sets are available in an enclosed cabinet(IP 54 in accordance
with EN 60529). The cabinet unit is suitable for mounting to vertical walls or
frames.
Figure 4.1
Panel mounting unit dimensions and hole pattern for securing to vertical vibration-free switching
cabinet walls or installation plates
Weight: 3 kg
Carry out the installation as follows:
Screw the mounting plates (delivered loose) onto the cabinet as shown in
Figure 4.2.
Use the hole pattern in Figure 4.2 to orient yourself, and drill the necessary
holes for the fastening screws.
Hand-fasten the mounting plates to a vibration-free vertical wall or frame.
ATTENTION!
ATTENTION! Connector sets are vibration sensitive! Do not install on vibrating
components, and under no circumstances to the vibration conveyor device
itself!
Figure 4.2
Cabinet unit Dimensions and
hole pattern for securing to
vertical vibration-free walls
or frames
ATTENTION!
Dimensions in mm
SA-FS...-2
SA-GS...-2
SA-HS...-2
Depth T
155
210
Height H
300
380
h
244
324
Weight (kg)
12
15
ATTENTION! Connector sets are temperature sensitive! Make certain that
the units are not installed near external heat sources, such as direct
sunshine or radiators. The ambient temperature must not exceed +40
°C during operation!
4.2
Binding Post Assignment
The following sections 4.2.1 to 4.2.6 explain the binding post assignment on
the connector sets as well as the available options. Read these sections before
you begin wiring, and observe the information regarding electromagnetic
compatibility!
NOTE
NOTE: The symbol for the control board for each connection diagram is
located in the left margin. An arrow mark in each installation step
helps you locate the binding posts and display or adjustment
elements.
4.2.1
Connecting the magnetic vibrator
The minimum binding post assignment of a magnetic vibrator
• for voltage-regulated operation and
• without external control input
shows Figure 4.3. Binding posts 13 and 14 must be connected by a
bridge.
Figure 4.3
Standard binding post assignment with mains input (binding posts PE. 1 and 2). Magnetic Vibrator
(binding posts 3 and 4) and vibration-width adjuster (binding posts 5.6 and 7)
NOTE
NOTE
NOTE: For Magnetic Vibrators without a vibration sensor and/or temperature
switch, binding posts 13 and 14 must be connected by a wire bridge.
If the bridge is missing, the red LED (HOT/ERROR x) lights up and the
operational message relay opens. As a result, the vibrator voltage at
binding posts 3 and 4 goes to zero; the Magnetic Vibrator ceases to
function.
NOTE: Use only potentiometers (limit values between 1 and 10 kOhm)
with linear characteristics for the vibration-width adjuster Shield the
signal lines to guarantee electromagnetic compatibility if the lines
exceed five metres in length!
4.2.2
Vibration sensor (PAL) and temperature switch
AVITEQ Magnetic Vibrators, series
• MV_S... (with temperature switch) and
• MV_S...P (with temperature switch and vibration sensor)
are fitted at the factory with a flexible, 5-conductor connection cable.
Remove the wire bridge from binding posts 13 and 14.
Connect the two black wires of the connection cable for the
temperature switch and/or vibration sensor to binding posts 13 and 14
(see Figure 4.4).
Figure 4.4
Vibration sensor and temperature switch (binding posts 13 and 14)
ATTENTION!
ATTENTION! Destruction of the vibration sensor/temperature switch by
connecting to the false bindingposts! Never connect the two black
wires to binding posts 3 and 4!
NOTE
NOTE: For line lengths longer than 50 m between magnetic vibrator and
connector set: use a separate cable for the two black vibration
sensor/temperature switch signal lines.
NOTE
NOTE: Electromagnetic compatibility: if the line lengths are longer than 100
m, the two black signal lines must be shielded.
4.2.3
Vibration sensor (PA)
An external vibration sensor can be connected to Connector Set, type
SA(E)...-2S1 (see Figure 4.5).
Figure 4.5
External vibration sensor (binding posts 13 and 14)
NOTE
NOTE: The installation of vibration sensor, type PA..., is described in the
separate appendix to this Operating Manual.
NOTE
NOTE: Electromagnetic compatibility: if line lengths exceed five
metres, the signal lines must be shielded.
4.2.4
Primary and Fine Fill Rates
When using the connector set for dosing and filling processes, we
recommend a circuit as shown in Figure 4.6. In this circuit the two relays
K1/K2 function as follows:
• K2 initiates the filling process.
• Kl switches at 95% full weight.
• At 100% full weight, both relays return to their rest positions.
Figure 4.6
Primary- and precision-currant switching (binding posts 5,6 and 7)
NOTE
NOTE: To prevent switching faults, use only gold-plated or hermetically
sealed contacts.
NOTE
NOTE: Use only potentiometers (limit values between 1 and 10
kObm) with linear characteristics for the vibration-width adjuster.
Shield the signal lines to guarantee electromagnetic compatibility
if the lines exceed five metres in length!
4.2.5
External control input
The connector sets may be operated with an external command value entry
(extraneous control input). The following extraneous command values can
be used for setting the working stroke:
• 0...10 V DC, resistance approx. 40 kOhm
• 4...20 mA DC, working resistance 100 Ohm
• 0...20 mA DC, working resistance 100 Ohm
NOTE
NOTE: If necessary, you can switch between external control inputs by
means of a switch or relay or between command value presetting? by
means of a vibration-width adjuster (potentiometer).
NOTE
NOTE: To prevent switching faults, use only gold-plated or hermetically
sealed contacts.
Figure 4.7 shows the various options and binding post assignments for
presetting extraneous command values.
ATTENTION!
NOTE
ATTENTION! Connection set damage! The illustrated extraneous command
values and their respective binding post assignments are not compatible
with one another!
NOTE: Use onty potentiometers (limit values between 1 and 10 kObm) with
linear characteristics for the vibration-width adjuster Shield the signal
lines to guarantee the electromagnetic compatibility if the lines exceed
five metres in length!
4.2.6
Operational message and actual-value display
Operational message relay
The Connector Set is fitted with an operational message relay with change-over
contact:
• Make contact (31 and 30): Vibrator in operation
•
Break contact (31 and 32): Vibrator standstill, w=0 or START=off or
foult (HOT/ERRORx or w>x), the particular condition can be read from
the corresponding LEDs.
Figure 4.8
Operational message relays
NOTE
ATTENTION!
NOTE: The maximum load capacity of the operational message relay is,
for direct current, 60 W, and, for alternating current, 50VA.The
maximial voltages are, respectively, 30 V DC and 250 VAC.
ATTENTION! Destruction of the operational message relay and possibly of
the connector set! When dimensioning, note the permissible values
given above for the load of the operational message relay.
Actual-value display
It is possible to connect a digital actual-value display for the working stroke.
This additional device can be ordered under order number 58210132 from
AVITEQ Vibra-tionstechnik, Frankfurt, Germany. The binding post
assignments for the connection are shown in Figure 4.9. The mechanical
installation of the actual-value display is described in Chapter 4.3.4.
Figure 4.9
Connecting the actual-value display
Note: at 10 V, display shows 100.0 (%)
The decimal point is set at the factory for a 100.0 (%)
display range.
NOTE
NOTE: Electromagnetic compatibility: shield the signal
lines for the actual-value
display if line lengths exceed 5 metres.
4.2.7
Switching On/Off Externally
The connector set can be externally switched on or off by
means of a switch (relajl buttons or optical coupler. The
corresponding binding post assignments are shmj in
Figure 4.10. Requirements for the external switching
element:
•
voltage-free contacts
•
precision contacts for 10 V DC
•
maximum load 5 mA
ATTENTION! Destruction of the connector set: do not
connect voltage to binding posts 21, 22 or 23!
ATTENTION!
Figure 4.10
Switching On/Off externally
NOTE
NOTE: To prevent switching faults, use only gold-plated or hermetically
sealed contacts.
NOTE: With external on/off switches, i.e. when binding posts 21,22 and
23, an assigned, the first switch on the DIP switch block is to be set to
OFF (left) (For details on the DIP switch block settings, see Chapter
5.3).
NOTE
DANGER!
NOTE: Shield the signal lines to guarantee electromagnetic compatibility
if the lines exceed five metres in length!
4.3
Electrical
Connection
4.3.1
Notes on electrical connection
DANGER! Avoid accidents, observe regulations! When earthing, resetting, or
cm rying out protective switching, WE regulations (Germany) and
directives specifed by the responsible energy supplier are applicable!
The connection must be carried out only by trained personnel
(certified electrician or elet trically trained person in accordance with
IEC364 and EN 60204-1).
Switch off the current supply.
Check that no voltages are present!
Protect against unintentional reconnection!
Mains Fuse Protection
For mains fuse Fll (see Figure 4.11), we recommend a fuse appropriate
for th nominal current of the connected magnetic vibrator.
ATTENTION!
ATTENTION! ImproperJuses could result in damage to the magnetic
vibrator! Note the dimensioning of the mains fuses at the
installation site.
4.3.2
Connection Diagram
For the connector set connection diagram, see Figure 4.11.
Hie appropriate connection diagram is delivered with each
connector set. Note the minimum binding post assignment
(Figure 4.3 in Chapter 4.2.1).
Rgure4.11
Panel mounting unit connection diagram
4.3.3
NOTE
Vibration-Width Adjuster, Rotary-Type Knob and Scale
NOTE: Connector sets of type SA(E)...-2 can be operated without further
modifications to the connection assignment with a vibration-width
adjuster (linearpotentiometer with limit value between 1 kOhm and
10 kObm).
A linear 1 kOhm potentiometer is always included in the delivery from the
factor] (see Figure 4.12). The technical data are listed in Table 4-a below.
Figure 4.12
Potentiometer, rotary-type knob, scale
Table 4-a
Vibration-Width Adjuster Technical Data
Component
Type
Data
Weight
Order No.
Potentiometer
Megatron MUP 4000
I kOhm linear Rotation angle:
300°
35 g
582IO I33
Rotary-type knob
334.6/63/ 1 00
Plastic, black
26 g
580680I3
Scale
SE2-02I
Polished aluminium; dial graduation and numbers, black
20 g
58 920 20 1
4.3.4
DANGER
Installation of the actual-value display
DANGER! Before installing the actual-value display, switch
off the current supply to the Connector Set and check
that no voltages are present! Protect against
unintentional reconnection!
The 3 1/2 digit actual-value display operates at a measuring
rate of 2.5 measure-ments/s and consists of a red LED
display unit (height 14 mm) in a black plastic case.
Connection Data for theActual Value Display
• Supply voltage 5 VDC
• Measuring range 20 VDC
If the input voltage is negative, a "-"-symbol is automatically
displayed.
The display units are checked and calibrated at the factory.
The decimal point is preset to display a representation of
100.0 (%).
NOTE
NOTE: To change the setting of the decimal point, solderbridges, in accordance with Figure 4.3, must be installed.
Figure 4.13
Marking the solder bridges for
changing the decimal point setting
The scaling factor can be varied approx. ± 20 % from measuring range with
potentiometer PI for measurement-value matching, if necessary.
Dimensions and measurement inputs are to be taken from Figure 4.14.
Figure 4.14
Actual-value display (dimensions and connection assignments)
Installation Steps
Switch off the current supply from the installation area and check that no
voltages are present!
Fit front cutout (30.5 x 57 mm)
Install display and secure with strap
Solder connections from rear
Switch on display and, if necessary, fine-tune with potentiometer PI
NOTE
NOTE: The rear side of the actual-value display has IP 00 type
protection, the front side has IP 50 type protection. Note tijis when
retrofitting in a switching cabinet or housing.
4.4
Electrical Connection to the Magnetic
Vibrator
A connection diagram is included with each VIBTRONIC connector set. The
connection diagram is also included in this operating manual in Chapter
4.3.2 (see Figure 4.11).
Make all the connections between mains, connector set, command
value circuit, and magnetic vibrator.
When working with the available options, note the device-typical
peculiarities and the applicable binding post assignments chapters
4.2.1 to 4.2.6 shown earlier in this chapter.
DANGER
DANGER! When the unit is connected to mains, life-threatening
voltages are present inside Ihe connector set. Touching electrically
live components can be lethal! Before switching on mains power,
ensure that no live parts can be touched. Close the cover of the
control case or switch cabinet door(s)!
4.4.1
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
The connector sets of series SA(E)...-2 were developed and constructed
in confor-mance with EMC directive 89/336/EWG. They fulfil the
requirements of standards EN 50081-2 and EN 50082-2.
ATTENTION!
NOTE
ATTENTION! The connector sets are designed in accordance with EN
50081-2 (generic emission) for industrial areas and must not be
used in residental areas.
NOTE: Observe the binding post assignment data given in the
proceeding chapters regarding the shielding of signal lines.
4.4.2
NOTE
Line Lengths
NOTE: We define the line length as being the distance between vibration
conveyor device and main distributor. Smaller line cross sections or
longer line lengths could result in faults (see Chapter 7).
The maximum permissible line length is 300 m.
An appropriate line cross section is to be used for a given vibrator current.
The line cross sections (based on length) are given in the operating
manual for the magnetic vibrator.
NOTE
NOTE: The maximum allowable voltage drop between the vibration
conveyor device and main distributor must not exceed a value of 5%.
The line cross sections in the operating manual for AVITEQ magnetic
vibrators are dimenstoned accordingly. When using a device
(magnetic vibrator) produced by another manufacturer, you must
mathematically recbeck the line resi
stance.
5
Commissioning
5.1
Commissioning with AVITEQ magnetic
vibrators
5.2
Commissioning with vibrators from other
manufacturers
5.3
Information regarding the DIP switch block
Chapter Outline
In general, the connector sets can be operated with either original
AVITEQ vibration conveyor devices or devices from other
manufacturers. This chapter describes the necessary commissioning
steps for both options.
Prerequisite for the commissioning is the completely installed vibration
conveyor device with magnetic drive.
Moreover, all installation work shown and explained in Chapter 4 must
be completed.
Several important settings can be made at the so-called DIP switch
block; the individual functions are explained in Chapter 5.3.
5.1
Commissioning with AVITEQ magnetic vibrator
5.1.1
Commissioning Procedure
When commissioning with the original AVITEQ magnetic vibrator, you are advised to
follow the commissioning steps of the appropriate chapter in the magnetic vibrator
operating manual.
In the event of malfunction, refer to Chapter 7 located towards the end of this operating manual. Addtional information is included in the Troubleshooting Chapter of
the AVITEQ magnetic vibrator operating manual or AVITEQ Vibration Conveyor Device]
operating manual.
5.1.2
Special Notes
Please note that voltage or working stroke regulation cannot be used with some i
magnetic vibrators. To operate with a combined voltage and working stroke regula-j tor,
a vibrator with a built-in vibration sensor is necessary (type MV..-...P).
Voltage regulation is not possible with the following magnetic vibrators:
• MVE 33-1, MVF 33-2, MFC 33-1 and (s)MVH 33-1
These types can only be operated with working stroke regulation.
ATTENTION!
ATTENTION! Collision mode and damage to the vibrators! Always operate the
above-mentioned magnetic vibrator types with a vibration-width sensor
connected in order to prevent collision mode.
The vibration frequency is set in the factory prior to delivery.
NOTE
DANGER
NOTE: Prior to commissioning, check that switch 2 of the DIP switch block is
correctly set (see Chapter 5.3)
DANGER! When the device is connected to mains, dangerously high voltages are
present inside of the Connector Set. Switch off the current supply to the Com
nector Set prior to all work and protect against unintentional reconnectiom
during installation work.
5.2
Commissioning with vibrators from Other
Manufacturers
5.2.1
Setting the vibrator Mains Voltage
The vibrator mains voltage 1%, which can be measured at binding posts 3 and 4 on
the connector set, is set with a fixed value at the factory for use with original AVITEQ
devices.
If a magnetic vibrator from another manufacturer is to be used, the setting must be
checked prior to commissioning and, if necessary, adjusted.
NOTE
NOTE: The vibrator mains voltage can be set by AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik; when
ordering the connector set, let us know what the actual vibrator mains voltage
of the non-AVITEQ device is!
If you would like to set the vibrator mains voltage yourself, carry out the steps in the
following commissioning description.
NOTE
NOTE: When using vibrators from other manufacturers, only voltage or effective
working stroke regulation (with AVITEQ Vibration Sensor type PA...) is possible.
5.2.2
Commissioning
For the commissioning, we refer you to the commissioning instructions provided by
the manufacturer of your magnetic vibrator.
We recommend the following procedure, which should be in agreement with the
instructions for the non-AVITEQ device (see commissioning flow chart on page 5-5).
1
NOTE
NOTE: It is beyond the scope of this operating manual to predict the
behaivor of vibration devices used with magnetic vibrators and/or
working units not supplied by AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik. If necessary,
contact the manufacturer! AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik is not
responsible for proper functioning of the AVITEQ connector sets when
used together with vibration conveyor devices produced by other
manufacturers!
2
NOTE
Commissioning must be carried out with smaller working stroke: turn
the vibration-width adjuster (potentiometer) of the connector set to a
dial value of approximately 10%. Or: if external control input (0...10 V
4...20 mA or 0...20 mA) is used, use a control input approximately 10%
on. Now switch on the connector set!
NOTE: Commissioning is carried out using a small working stroke as the
vibra-tional behaivor of the complete vibration conveyor device is, at
this point, still unknown. Damages resultingfrom installation error
can, therefore, be detected in good time. Example: bumping of the
working unit on an adjacent conveyor component or collision mode.
3
4
DANGER!
Prerequisites: have the working unit and magnetic vibrator been
completely installed and has wiring of the connector set been finished?
Listen for hammering noises! These can occur during collision mode and
lead to the destruction of the drive unit.
Reduce the working stroke by decreasing the command value setting
(turn \ the potentiometer to the left or reduce the extraneous command
value) until the hammering noises cease. Reduce the vibrator voltage by
on the control board (type VAE-2) approx. 10° counter-clockwise.
DANGER! Life-threatening voltages! Take suitable precautions (cover
electrically live components) to prevent accidents. Observe regulations
specified by the employer's liability insurance association!
5
The working stroke is increased by rotating the vibration-width adjuster
(potentiometer) in small steps or by increasing the external control
input until the maximum value (right-hand stop or dial value "10" on
the vibration-width adjuster or maximum extraneous command value)
is reached.
NOTE
NOTE: Even if the maximum setting on the potentiometer (dial value
"10") is not used during actual operation, this setting should be tested
during commissioning to ensure that the vibration conveyor device
functions correctly up to its limits.
6
DANGER
NOTE
Connect a voltmeter with a suitable measuring range (recommended: 750
V AC) to binding posts 3 and 4 on the connector set. When using a digital
voltmeter, select the maximum measuring range (750 V or 1,000 V).
DANGER! Life-threatening voltages! Take suitable precautions (cover
electrically® live components) to prevent accidents. Observe regulations
specified by the employer's liability insurance association!
NOTE: Use only a RMS responsive meter when measuring the voltage (iron
vane instrument "True RMS"). Other measurement instruments
cannot measure non-sinusoidal values correctly. When using a digital
voltmeter, select a measuring range >750 Vto avoid false
measurements resulting from the Crest/actor!
Compare the measured vibrator voltage to the values specified by the
manufacturer of the magnetic vibrator; if necessary, use trimming
potentiometer Rl, located on top of the front panel (located on the control
board in the cab net unit)on the control board (type VAE-2).
NOTE
NOTE: Set the maximum permissible vibrator voltage only if the maximum
com mand value is used. To do this, turn the vibration-width adjuster
to the right-band stop (dial value "10") or, if using an external control
input, set the maximum value.
7
ATTENTION!
If the specified vibrator voltage value cannot be set due to hammering noi
ses, switch off the device and refer to Chapter 7 (Troubleshooting).
ATTENTION! Collision mode leads to the destruction of the magnetic
vibrator! Therefore, avoid long periods of operation in collision mode
while setting the vibrator voltage!
8
NOTE
DANGER
Use an iron-vane meter or one which is True-KMS in the frequency range
from 0 to 500 Hz and compare the values with those specified by the manufacturer for the vibration conveyor device being used!
NOTE: When measuring current, only an RMS responsive measurement
instrument (iron vane or "True RMS" instrument for 0-500 Hz) must be
used. Other measurement instruments with a measuring range not
equal to 0-500 Hz (without DC) cannot measure non-sinusoidal values
correctly.
DANGER! Electrically live components. Risk of lethal electrical shock while connected to mains. When carrying out the following measurements,
observe the specified protective measures!
9
In addition, measure the maximum working stroke and compare the value
with the data provided by the manufacturer for the vibration device being
used.
The permissible values for vibrator current and voltage specified in the type
plate must not be exceeded! Device-destroying collision mode may otherwise result!
If the working stroke specified by the manufacturer cannot be reached,
check the natural frequency of the vibration device, if applicable.
5.3
Note on the DIP switch block
Introduction
The DIP switch block is located approximately in the center of the control
board, to the left of the LED bar. The DIP switch block contains a total of 8
miniature switches, located one below the other, which can be set to one of
two positions using a small screwdriver: right (=ON) and left (=OFF).
ATTENTION!
ATTENTION! The wrong setting can result in destruction of the magnetic
vibrator! Never change the settings of the factory-set lower DIP
switches 3 to 8 without first consulting with AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik.
The factory settings of these switches are given in Table 5-c.
Setting DIP switches 1 and 2
Only change DIP switches. 1 and 2. When making these changes, take care
not to inadvertently change the other switches!
Switches 1 and 2 in the DIP switch block must be set by the customer
according to Tables 5-a and 5-b which follow.
Table 5-a
DIP switch 1 to be set by customer
* 400/500V vibrators can be operated with the
Connector Set SA(E)...-2 on a 400 V or 500V mains
network. A 400/500 V vibrator can be identified by
the "400/500V" specification on the type plate.lf only
"400V" or "500V" is on the type plate, the firingangle switch must not be switched over!
Table 5-b
DIP switch 2 to be set by customer
Fixed settings of the lower DIP switches 3 to 8
Use Table 5-c to check that the vibration frequency is set in accordance with
the type plate. Never change the setting of the DIP switch without first
consulting with AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik!
Table 5-c
DIP switches 3 to 8 for checking the vibration frequency
6
Maintenance
Chapter Outline
Although the connector sets are maintenance free, it is
recommended that they be checked regularly for soiling.
Maintenance
All models of the AVITEQ connector sets are, in general, maintenance free. In dusty
environments, however, dust can penetrate and collect. This can result in deterioration of
the cooling system for the control electronics and short ciruits as a result of soiled strip
conductors.
Check the following at regular intervals:
Has dust penetrated? Determine the cause so that measures can be taken to avoid
the problem in the future! Clean the connector set by vacuuming the dust layer, e.g.
with an industrial vacuum cleaner.
Depending on the amount of dust in the area, it may be necessary for the ope| rator
to define a suitable cleaning interval.
NOTE
NOTE: When cleaning with compressed air, note the in-house regulations regar\ding the raising of dust!
DANGER! Raised dust can mix with air and form an explosive dust-air mixture.
Take appropriate measures to eliminate the risk of explosions!
DANGER
DANGER
DANGER! When the connector set is connected to mains, dangerously high voltages
are present inside the connector set. Touching electrically live compon- [ ents
can be lethal! Before cleaning the connector set, switch off the current! supply
and protect against unintentional switching on, i.e. by colleagues! \ Protect
yourself from accidental contact with nearby electrically live com-1 ponents or
component groups!
7
Troubleshooting
7.1
Fault Causes and Remedies
7.2
Help by Telephone
Chapter Outline
Problems usually crop up during the installation and commissioning procedures.
This chapter provides troubleshooting assistance.
Chapter 7.2 includes a checklist which should be completed before telephoning
our Service Department.
7.1
DANGER
Fault causes and remedies
DANGER! Disassembling the connector set is life-threatening and may result in
damage to the device. There are no components inside of the connector set
which can be repaired or serviced by the user. Do not attempt to make any
repairs yourself! Under no circumstances may you disassemble the connector
set, not even when disconnected from mains! In the event of device malfunction, ship the entire device to AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik, Frankfurt,
Germany! We will see to the fastest repair possible!
In the following table you will find information regarding possible faults which"
could occur during installation or during operation.
NOTE
NOTE: The following list of faults refer to the connector set. Furtherfaults, caused
by the working unit or the magnetic vibrator, can be found in the appropriate
operating manual
˜1
Faults
Cause(s)
Remedies
Vibration
No mains voltage. No LEDs light up.
Correct fault source, check fuse(s)
conveyor device
does not function.
Mains fuse blown. No LEDs light up.
Replace fuse, check current consumption if necessary
Fuse in Connector Set blown. No LEDs light up.
Replace fues, check current consumption and consult with AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik if necessary.
Supply line interrupted. No LEDs light up.
Determine cause and replace supply line
Full mains voltage present at binding posts 3 and 4 (idenCorrect interruption. Change thyristor.
tical to voltage at binding posts 1 and 2).
a. Interruption in vibrator supply line. LEDs light up. b.
Thyristor short circuit vibrator hums.
Defective component(s) in Connector Set (thyristor, sup- Repair is necessary. Send Connector Set to AVITEQ
ply transformer, VAE board or similar), no voltage at out- Vibrationstechnik.
put binding posts 3 and 4
Vibration-width adjuster (potentiometer) or its lines are Replace vibration-width adjuster or its lines, consult
with AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik if necessary
defective.Yellow LED w=0 lights up.
Connect vibration-width sensor and/or temperature
Binding posts 1 3 and 1 4 are not connected to a
vibration-width sensor and/or temperature switch or are switch or install bridge.
not connected with a bridge. Red LED "HOT/ERROR x"
lights up.
Signal line(s) interrupted
Replace signal line(s).
2
Vibration conveyor
capacity too low
False Connector Set selected
Connect correct Connector Set, check AVITEQ
Vibrationstechnik delivery information
Voltage at Connector Set output (binding posts 3 and 4)
too low
Check mains voltage and Connector Set setting.
Check Magnetic Vibrator and Connector Set voltage
details; if necessary, increase vibrator voltage at
trimming potentiometer R1 or consult with AVITEQ
Vibrationstechnik.
Voltage at vibrator input too low
Supply line too long (... high resistivity), change
supply line (length, cross section), consult with
AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik if necessary
Deviation from nominal frequency at in-house current
supply
Re-tuning is necessary; clear with AVITEQ
Vibrationstechnik
Connector Set delivers false drive frequency; as a result Repair or readjustment necessary. Send Connector
the vibrator current lv is too high and the fuse can blow. Set to AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik.
Table 7-a
Fault Causes and Remedies
faults
Causo(s)
Remedies
3
Vibration
conveyor
device stops
shortly after
start-up
(approx. 5 30s).
Vibration power not reached. Red LED "w>x" lights up.
Causes and Remedies, see item 2
4
Vibration
Connected temperature switch triggers due to high vibraconveyor
tor temperature.
device switRed LED "HOT/ERROR x" lights up.
ches off during
operation.
The yellow LED "w=0" lights up. Interruption in command
value circuit
Allow Magnetic Vibrator to cool for approx. 2
hours. The temperature switch closes automatically
after the Vibrator has cooled. Determine casue of
overheating (see item 6 ).
Magnetic
Vibrator operates in collision mode
(hammering
noise).
Vibrator voltage too high
Check mains voltage and Connector Set settings.
Check Magnetic Vibrator and Connector Set voltage
details; if necessary, decrease vibrator voltage at
trimming potentiometer R1 or consult with AVITEQ
Vlbrationstechnik.
Deviation from nominal frequency at in-house current
supply.
Re-tuning is necessary; clear with AVITEQ
Vlbrationstechnik.
False Connector Set selected. False vibration frequency
set.
Connect correct Connector Set. check AVITEQ
Vibrati-onstechnik delivery information. Check DIP
switch block settings (see Chapter 5.3).
5
6
Connected
Magnetic Vibrator operated with excessive ambient temtemperature
perature or excessive current Red LED "HOT/ERROR x"
switch triggers lights up.
due to high
vibrator
temperature.
7
Vibration device
operates with
"harmonic
frequencies"
(swings, beats)
Check command value circuit for interruption or
loose contact. Correct fault source.
Lower ambient temperature or, after consulting
with AVITEQ Vlbrationstechnik, provide with aircirculation system
Decrease current by lowering natural frequency,
consult with AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik.
a) With emtpv conveyor device and at command value
10...50%
permissible operating condition, no corrective
measures necessary.
b) At command value >50% and/or conveyor device is
loaded with caked-on matter or natural frequency of the
vibration conveyor device is too low
Check for caked-on matter, remove if present
Determine cause. Check natural frequency and
readjust if necessary.
If necessary, consult with AVITEQ
Vibrationstechnik.
Table 7-a (Cont.)
Fault Causes and Remedies
7.2
Help by Telephone
Additional help in the determination and correction of faults is available by telephoning AVITEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH at (+49) 6145-503 0. We'll be glad
to help you if you have any questions!
Before you contact us, please go through the following checklist and note
the important information; it will help us provide you with faster and more
accurate telephone assistance.
General Information:
1 .1 Device type (as stated on type plate)
1. 2 Device number
1 .3 Magnetic vibrator type:
1 .4 Connector set type:
1 .5 Ambient temperature at vibrator:
1 .6 Have the Vibrator or connector set been changed?
1 .7 Since when has the device been in operation? (Month/Year)
If the conveying capacity is too low:
Nominal voltage:
Nominal voltage:
°C at Con. Dev.
V
V
°C
Yes/No
2.1 Have modifications been made to the working unit, vibrator or connector set? If yes. which (extended,
other wearing plates. . .)
2.2 Can the device vibrate freely? (is it due to stationary components or have conveying materials become
jammed?)
2.3 Is caked-on matter present?
2.4 Knocking or cracking noises?
2.5 Wearing plates secure (where installed)?
2.6 Drive screws secure?
2.7 Conveying capacity:
Command value (t/h): Actual value (t/h):
2.8 Working stroke:
Intake:
Outflow:
2.9 Conveying material leadthrough-height at bunker outflow channel:
Conveying material leadthrough-length at bunker outflow channel:
2.1 0 Red LED "w> x" lights up (insufficient power)
Red LED "HOT/ERROR x" lights up
If the Drive Unit does not vibrate:
Yes/No
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
V
Yes/No
V
A
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Measure mains voltage:
Mains voltage:
Fuse intact?
Vibrator voltage Uv present at Vibrator?
Measured value Uv =
Vibrator current lv present?
Measured value lv =
Command-value potentiometer connected?
Green LED "ON" lights up (mains voltage ok)
Green LED "START" lights up (=ON)
Green LED "RUN" lights up (vibrator voltage/ignition)
Yellow LED "w=0" lights up (command value = zero)
Yellow LED 'PAL ON" lights up (if installed, PAL sensor in Vibrator operating)
Red LED "HOT/ERROR x" lights up (binding posts 13/14 open, or PAL/temp.-switch open)
Red LED "w>x" lights up (insufficient power)
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
in%
approx. mm
approx. mm
approx. mm
approx. mm
Yes/No
Yes/No
8
INDEX
A
actual-value display
-Connection Data 4-18
-Installation 4-19
altitude 1-6
ambient temperature 1-6,4-2,4-4
electronic waste 2-4
EMV directive (89/336/EWG) 3-2
enviroments with explosion hazards 1-6
extent of delivery 2-2
external control input 4-9
external release 3-4
B
F
beryllium 2-4
binding post assignment 4-5
fault causes and remedies 7-2
fuse 4-14
c
cabinet unit 1-2,4-3
cleaning interval 6-2
collision mode 5-4
commissioning 5-3,5-5
commissioning flow chart 5-5
conditions of warranty 1-4
connection diagram 4-15
connector set 1-2
control board 0-1
copyright 0-5
G
General Conditions of Sale 0-5,1-5
General Terms of Delivery for Products
and Services 1-5
H
hazard of dust explosion 1-6
help by telephone 7-5
I
intended use 0-2
D
date of revision 1-3
DIP switch block 4-14,5-8
DIP switch rail 0-1
disposal 2-3
dusty environments 6-2
E
effective working stroke regulation 3-3
electrical connection 4-14
electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) 4-20
L
LED (HOT/ERRORx) 4-6
LEDs 3-4
line lengths 4-21
M
magnetic vibrator 1-2
mains frequencies 1-6,3-2
mains networks 1-6
maintenance 1-7,6-1
measurement instrument 5-6, 5-7
mechanical installation 4-2
models 3-5
moderate climatic environments 1-6
N
natural frequency 5-7
nominal current 3-6
nominal voltage 3-5
0
operating messages 3-4
operating personnel 1-8
operational message relay
-load capacity 4-11
oscillation rates 3-2
P
packing materials 2-3
panel mounting unit 1-2,4-2
pit gas environments 1-6
potentiometer 4-17
power loss 3-6
primary and fine fill rates 4-8
Q
qualified personnel 1-2,1-8
R
repair 1-7
rotary-type knob 4-17
S
safety 0-3
scale 4-17
scope of operation 3-3
series 3-5
storage 2-2
switching On/Off externally 4-12
T
temperature monitoring 3-3
temperature switch 4-6
thyristor 2-4
t olerances 3-6
transport 2-2
tropical climates 1-6
V
vibration 3-3,4-7
vibration conveyor device 1-2
vibration frequency 3-5
vibration sensor 4-6,4-7
voltage drop 4-21
W
warranty exclusions 1-4
working stroke 5-5
working stroke regulation 3-3
EC Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer:
AViTEQ
Vibrationstechnik GmbH
Im Gotthelf 16
65795 Hattersheim-Eddersheim
Telefon: 06145/503-0
Fax:
06145/503-200
Connector Sets for Magnetic Vibrators
Device Types:
SA...-2, SAE...-2
The products of the specified type series are in conformance with the following
European directives:
89/336/EWG Directive of the Council for Conformity of Legal Regulations of Member
States regarding Electromagnetic Compatibility, updated by
91/263/EWG, 92/31/EWG and 93/68/EWG
The conformity of the product with the European directives is proven by the complete
compliance with the following harmonized standards:
... EN 50081-2
... EN 50082-2
Full technical documentation is available. The operating manual for the devices is in
hand. The CE symbol has been included.
The safety notices in the supplied operating manual must be observed!
This declaration certifies conformance with the specified standards and directives. It
does not, however, include a guarantee of characteristics.
Hattersheim, Germany, 31 December 2000
Legally binding signature:
AViTEQ Vibrationstechnik GmbH
Im Gotthelf 16
D - 65795 Hattersheim-Eddersheim
Telefon: +49 (0)6145/503-0
Fax:
+49 (0)6145/503-200
C€ VIB 12.69/0896 EN
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