dc60se-01

dc60se-01
Digital Cam Controller
CamCon DC60/61
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CamCon
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Notification
This booklet corresponds with the state of the CamCon DC60/61 from June 7th 1996. The company
Digitronic Automationsanlagen GmbH has reserved all rights to alterations without prior notice, if these are
followed by an inprovement of the quality or the functioning of this piece of equipment.
The instruction booklet has been constructed exercising maximum care, but mistakes are not exactly out of
the question. We are grateful for any hints concerning possible mistakes in the booklet.
Qualified personal only
Commissioning and operation of the device may only be carried out by qualified personal. Qualified personal
are persons, authorized with commissioning, grounding and labeling devices, systems and electrical circuits
according to the applicable standards of security
LIABILITY
(1) The salesperson is liable for any damages for which he or the rightful owner is responsible up to the
amount of the actual salesprice. Liability concerning missed profits, failed-to-appear savings, indirect
damages and consequential damage is excluded.
(2) The liability restrictions above are not valid concerning assured characteristics and damages, which are
caused by intention or coarse negligence.
PROTECTION
CamCon DC60/61 and this booklet are protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. Neither CamCon
DC60/61 nor this document may be partly or wholly copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated or
transfered onto any electrical media or forms which are readable by machine without prior, written permit
through the company Digitronic Automationsanlagen GmbH.
Note:
The products of Digitronic are so well constructed that they will not be effected by the
millenium.
Note:
CamCon is a registered trademark of the company Firma Digitronic Automationsanlagen
GmbH.
Note:
The cam controllers of the CamCon series fullfill the norms regarding electromagnetic
emmission: 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.
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Table of contents
1. Introduction ......................................................................................................................................5
2. Principle of function...........................................................................................................................6
3. Mechanical installation instructions......................................................................................................7
4. Electrical connections ........................................................................................................................8
4.1. The encoder ..................................................................................................................................8
4.2. The external program selection .......................................................................................................8
4.3. The serial interface.........................................................................................................................8
4.4. The outputs ...................................................................................................................................8
4.5. Precautions to be taken during welding operations............................................................................9
4.6. The pin allocation of the single axis compact unit ............................................................................10
5. Multi axis systems...........................................................................................................................11
5.1. Construction of a dual controller system.........................................................................................11
5.2. Construction of a tripple controller system......................................................................................12
5.3. Upgrading multi axis units..............................................................................................................13
5.4. Ordering the new axis...................................................................................................................13
5.5. Adjustment of the board to the axis number....................................................................................13
5.6. The option program change ..........................................................................................................14
5.7. Opening the multi axis device ........................................................................................................14
5.8. Wiring of the new axes .................................................................................................................15
5.9. Pin allocation in a multi axis system ...............................................................................................15
6. The user terminal ............................................................................................................................17
6.1. Outline of the user terminal ...........................................................................................................17
6.2. The LED display unit.....................................................................................................................18
6.2.1. The seven-segment display........................................................................................................18
6.2.2. The LED display bar..................................................................................................................18
6.3. The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)...................................................................................................18
6.4. The speed and position display .....................................................................................................18
6.5. The keyboard ..............................................................................................................................19
6.6. Outline of the key functions ...........................................................................................................19
7. Commissioning................................................................................................................................21
8. Programming ..................................................................................................................................21
8.1. General information......................................................................................................................21
8.2. CamCon main menu .....................................................................................................................21
8.3. The user key................................................................................................................................22
8.4. Complete deletion ........................................................................................................................22
8.5. The system constants...................................................................................................................23
8.5.1. Language .................................................................................................................................23
8.5.2. Real encoder resolution .............................................................................................................24
8.5.3. Electronic gear and change of the rotation direction .....................................................................24
8.5.4. Zero point, Offset ......................................................................................................................24
8.5.5. Speed factor.............................................................................................................................25
8.5.6. Partial dead time compensation..................................................................................................25
8.6. Program selection........................................................................................................................26
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8.7. Programming cams ......................................................................................................................26
8.7.1. Output selection........................................................................................................................26
8.7.2. Giving outputs names ................................................................................................................26
8.7.3. Input of cams ............................................................................................................................27
8.7.4. Programming additional cams on an output..................................................................................27
8.7.5. Cam search..............................................................................................................................27
8.7.6. Editing cams .............................................................................................................................27
8.7.7. Optimizing cams........................................................................................................................28
8.7.8. The "TEACH IN" function............................................................................................................28
8.7.9. Deletion....................................................................................................................................28
8.7.9.1. Deletion of a programmed cam................................................................................................28
8.7.9.2. Deletion of a programmed output (cam track)...........................................................................29
8.7.9.3. Deletion of a program.............................................................................................................29
8.7.10. Exit cam programming .............................................................................................................29
8.7.11. Example for cam programming .................................................................................................30
8.7.11.1. First cam programming .........................................................................................................30
8.7.11.2. Programming additional cams on an output .............................................................................31
8.8. Dead time compensation ..............................................................................................................31
8.9. Automatic display (output display) .................................................................................................32
8.9.1. Program selection .....................................................................................................................32
9. Disruptions .....................................................................................................................................33
9.1. I-ERR (Actual position error).........................................................................................................33
9.2. A-ERR (Output error) ...................................................................................................................33
9.3. CamCon does not save data.........................................................................................................33
10. watch doc.....................................................................................................................................34
11. Technichal data of the CamCon......................................................................................................35
12. Key word table .............................................................................................................................36
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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 ownes a maximum of
user comfort and reliability.
The following characteristics distinguish the CamCon:
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Experienced and reliable hardware
Big seven-segment display for program, position and speed
Multi language LC-Display with good contrast 8 lines, 40 characters
Front panel with accoustic buttons
Compact construction
In/Outputs with separate potential
Display status of all 32 outputs at the same time
As many cams per output as programmable
Optimizing of the switching points while the machine operates
Digital speed display with programmable factor
Integrated electronic gear with free programmable gear factor
Optionally upgradable to 64 outputs
In steps of 1 ms adjustable compensation of the mechanical dead time of switching devices
Voltage supply 24V DC +/- 20%
Cam controllers are being used everywhere where switching procedures are being periodically repeated.
Digital cam controllers replace mechanical ones optimally and furthermore offer other advantages, for
example:
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Simplification of assembly and adjustment procedures
Reproducible justage
Standardization for all possible ranges of operation
Reliability
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2. Principle of function
Fig.: Priciple of function of a cam controller
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 switching on 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 aditionally demands a relatively high mechanical and chronological expenditure. With
the CamCon, these adjustments are realized within a fraction of a second, besides the number of the cams
per bed is optional. An encoder, which has been connected to the device reports the position to the
CamCon. The CamCon compares this with the programmed (de)activation points from all the outputs. If a
position appears in a range of a programmed (de)activation point (cams), all affected outputs will be
switched.
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3. Mechanical installation instructions
To incase the front plate, the CamCon is inserted into an opening (as shown in the drawing).
label
connection clip
grounding pins
plug input
switch board door
The thickness of the switch board
door should not exceed 3mm !
CUTOUT PER
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connect no more than one wire to each pin
do not allocate voltage to the outputs
connect the grounding pin on the back of the Camcon with the switch board encasement
connect all mantled cables (cable of the encoder, the voltage supply or the outputs) in the form
of a star
make all cable connections in a cold state
lead controlling wires to the CamCon separat from power current lines
never enter or remove a plug under current
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operate only under the VDE regulations
clean foil keyboard only without plug with water or spiritus
do not damage foil keyboard with sharp or edged objects
work only according to antistatic regulations
watch CamCon during assembly to prevent overheating
maximum temperature of the operation environment is 55°C
cold state storing temperature: -15°C to +75°C
maximum humidity 85%
4. Electrical connections
To prevent disruptions, use separate power supplies for CPU /control unit and the outputs. The grounding
clip of CamCon has to be connected at the grounding point of the encasement.
4.1. The encoder
The voltage supply of the encoder is internally connected to the voltage supply of the outputs. If the supply
voltage is connected to the outputs, the encoder is also supplied. The data transfer from the encoder to the
CamCon takes place through a bidirectional RS422 interface. The data protocol corresponds with the
Stegmann SSI Norm.
Attention:
It is not allowed to plug the encoder into the CamCon while voltage is connected,
because the encoder runs with 24V, the data connection with 5V!
4.2. The external program selection
It is possible to change the programs of CamCon via exernal inputs. The program number has to be
connected on the inputs in a binary code. Then a pulse with a minimal length of 20ms at the program start
input changes the program in the CamCon online.
Using CamCon with an SSI data input, it is possible to select all 128 programs.
4.3. The serial interface
The serial port is for connecting the CamCon to an external PC for changing datas or programming
the CamCon with a communication software (for example DIGISOFT). It is also available to store CamCon
programs on PCs hard disk.
Multi controller systems use the serial port to connect all the systems.
4.4. The outputs
The outputs are short circuit proof. If all outputs are switched on, you may only extract up to 40mA per
output in full temperature range, or the device switches off with an error message. If you need a higher
output power, you should know that the outputs 1, 3, 5 etc. up to 15, the outputs 2, 4, 6, etc up to 16, the
outputs 17,19,21 etc up to 31 and the outputs 16, 18, 20 etc up to 32 form groups. Within this 4 groups
360mA permanent current are available at 50°C of surrounding temperature, at 25°C of surrounding
temperature it increases to 500mA of permanent current. This output current can be distributed as desired
within a group, as long as the output current of a single output does not exceed 300mA.
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With inductive loads the outputs have to be switched with free wheeling diodes.
4.5. Precautions to be taken 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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4.6. The pin allocation of the single axis compact unit
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
7:
8:
9:
10:
11:
12:
13:
14:
15:
16:
17:
18:
19:
20:
21:
22:
23:
0V for encoder
Data A or +
Data B or Clock A or +
Clock B or +24V DC for encoder
0V supply
Prog.-No. 1
Prog.-No. 2
Prog.-No. 4
Prog.-No. 8
Prog.-No.16
Prog.-No.32
Prog.-No.64
Program start
0V voltage supply for CPU and encoder
0V voltage supply for CPU and encoder
+24V DC 0V voltage supply for CPU and encoder
+24V DC for DIGIPROG or DIGITERM
RxD from RS232
0V from supply
0V from supply
TxD from RS232
The outputs are connected on a 40 poled plug and have the following allocation:
Pin 1 - Output
2
Pin 11 -
Output
12
Pin 21 -
Output
18
Pin 31 -
Output
28
Pin 2 - Output
1
Pin 12 -
Output
11
Pin 22 -
Output
17
Pin 32 -
Output
27
Pin 3 - Output
4
Pin 13 -
Output
14
Pin 23 -
Output
20
Pin 33 -
Output
30
Pin 4 - Output
3
Pin 14 -
Output
13
Pin 24 -
Output
19
Pin 34 -
Output
29
Pin 5 - Output
6
Pin 15 -
Output
16
Pin 25 -
Output
22
Pin 35 -
Output
32
Pin 6 - Output
5
Pin 16 -
Output
15
Pin 26 -
Output
21
Pin 36 -
Output
31
Pin 7 - Output
8
Pin 17 -
+24V
Pin 27 -
Output
24
Pin 37 -
+24V
Pin 8 - Output
7
Pin 18 -
+24V
Pin 28 -
Output
23
Pin 38 -
+24V
Pin 9 - Output
10
Pin 19 -
0V
Pin 29 -
Output
26
Pin 39 -
0V
Pin 10 - Output
9
Pin 20 -
0V
Pin 30 -
Output
25
Pin 40 -
0V
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5. Multi axis systems
It is possible to realize a multi controller sytem with 64 single devices. This network has the following
advantages:
* programming with only one programming terminal
* low costs for one single device
* easy handling
* small housings
The programming have to be done separate for each system.
The pictures shows you the construction of a dual controller system and a tripple controller system, with the
possibility to use on each single system one encoder. The wiring of the serial port is completly ready and
have not to be changed. While fixing-up it is nessecary to note the dimensions of the device.
5.1. Construction of a dual controller system
Encoder
Inputs for the external
program selection
Voltage supply
Wiring of the
serial interface
(made in the plant)
Outputs
Unit or axis No. 2
Unit or axis No. 1
DIGITERM
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5.2. Construction of a tripple controller system
Encoder
Inputs for the external
program selection
Voltage supply
Wiring of the
serial interface
(made in the plant)
Outputs
Unit or axis No. 3
Unit or axis No. 2
Unit or axis No. 1
DIGITERM
If more than 3 systems are used, calculate 27mm distance for each next sytem.
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5.3. Upgrading multi axis units
To upgrade a multi axis unit from 1 axis to 2, 3 or 4 axis , you have to follow the next procedure.
5.4. Ordering the new axis
The order discription is as follows: "DC71 / Type / Axis number"
Example: "DC71 / I / 3"
The single parameters of the discription example have the following functions:
DC CamCon
71 New axis (for upgrading)
/I Incremental data input
/3 Axis number 3
You have to specify the type of board and the number of the axis (see order discription). This information is
used to label the pins and set the unit number.
Also part of the equippment are:
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the board
labels for the pin numbers (if no axis number is specified, the pins are not labeled in the plant)
the additional encasement ring
5 spacing bolts M4 x 25mm
5.5. Adjustment of the board to the axis number
On the boards of the CamCon 61/71 series are DIP switches with 8 poles or 8-segment soldering bridges
to set the number of the axis. The first axis in the device bears the number 1, the second axis the number 2
and so on. You may not assign the same number to several axis on the same board ! ! ! By
connecting the axis modules via the serial interface and the setting of the unit number, the programming
device for the multi axis system (DIGITERM/DIGIPROG) can differentiate between the different axis.
for option program change set to OFF
always set to ON
UNIT or ACHSE 32
UNIT or ACHSE 16
UNIT or ACHSE 8
UNIT or ACHSE 4
UNIT or ACHSE 2
Units of the newer generations have an 8segment soldering bridge for the adjustment of
the unit number, instead of a DIP switch with 8
poles. Here you just close the desired soldering
bridge with your soldering iron, that has to be
set to ON according to the drawing below.
Contrary to the versions with the DIP switch,
the functions are inverted.
UNIT or ACHSE 1
new generation
old generation
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5.6. The option program change
CamCons 61/71 with 2 or more axes have the ability to change the programs of all axes simultaneously.
This is done with DIP switch No. 8 (or soldering bridge segment No. 8). If it is set to OFF (ON for a
soldering bridge segment), the program of this axis is changed, when the program of another axis is
changed via the keyboard.
This option is only available, if all components of the CamCon 61/71 are equipped with software from at
least Febuary 5th 1993 !
If the communication via the serial interface was not possible, the unit displays "P-ERR" after one second,
and the axis goes into the error mode (all outputs switched off).
5.7. Opening the multi axis device
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remove all plugs from the device
open the lid by unscrewing the top nuts
remove the upper spacing bolts (M4 x 24 mm)
fasten the new bolts (M4 x 25 mm) lightly
insert the new board
insert the new device ring
to install another axis, repeat the installation procedures above
now fasten the old spacing bolts (M4 x 24 mm) again
put the lid back on and secure it again with screws, notch plates and nuts.
CamCon 61
CamCon 71
Lid
Lid
Bolt
Bolt
UNIT or AXIS 5
UNIT or AXIS 6
Bolt
UNIT or AXIS 4
UNIT or AXIS 5
Bolt
Bolt
UNIT or AXIS 3
UNIT or AXIS 4
Bolt
UNIT or AXIS 2
UNIT or AXIS 3
Bolt
UNIT ore AXIS 1
Bolt
UNIT or AXIS 2
Bolt
DIGITERM
Bolt
Bolt
Bolt
UNIT or AXIS 1
Front plate
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5.8. Wiring of the new axes
Plug in the PINs with continued numbers in the CamCon. Wiring have to be done as shown in the folllowing
picture. If there used less than 6 systems, the wire from PIN 143 must be disconnected and must be new
connected as followed:
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at 5 Systems
at 4 Systems
at 3 Systems
at 2 Systems
at 1 System
=>
=>
=>
=>
=>
PIN 120
PIN 97
PIN 74
PIN 51
PIN 28
UNIT or AXIS No. 6
UNIT or AXIS No. 5
UNIT or AXIS No. 4
UNIT or AXIS No. 3
UNIT or AXIS No. 2
UNIT or AXIS No. 1
DIGITERM or DIGIPROG
5.9. Pin allocation in a multi axis system
The values in ( ) are for units or axes 2,3,4...
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
0V supply
0V supply
+24V DC supply
+24V DC supply
RxD data receive pin of the RS232
Pin
Pin
Pin
6:
7:
8:
0V from supply
0V from supply
TxD Data send pin of the RS232
Pin
9 (32,55,78...):
0V for encoder
Pin
Pin
Pin
10 (33,56,79...):
11 (34,57,80...):
12 (35,58,81...):
Data A or +
Data B or Clock A or +
Pin
Pin
13 (36,59,82...):
14 (37,60,83...):
Clock B or +24V DC for encoder
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Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
15 (38,61,84...):
16 (39,62,85...):
17 (40,63,86...):
18 (41,64,87...):
19 (42,65,88...):
20 (43,66,89...):
21 (44,67,90...):
22 (45,68,91...):
23 (46,69,92...):
24 (47,70,93...):
25 (48,71,94...):
26 (49,72,95...):
27 (50,73,96...):
28 (51,74,97...):
29 (52,75,98...):
30 (53,76,99...):
31 (54,77,100...):
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0V supply
Prog.-No.
1
Prog.- No.
2
Prog.- No.
4
Prog.-No.
8
Prog.-No.
16
Prog.-No.
32
Prog.-No.
64
Program start
0V voltage supply for CPU and encoder
0V voltage supply for CPU and encoder
+24V DC voltage supply for CPU and encoder
+24V DC for DIGIPROG
RxD from RS232
0V from supply
0V from supply
TxD from RS232
The outputs are connected on a plug with 40 poles and have the following allocation:
Pin 1 - Output
2
Pin 11 -
Output
12
Pin 21 -
Output
18
Pin 31 -
Output
28
Pin 2 - Output
1
Pin 12 -
Output
11
Pin 22 -
Output
17
Pin 32 -
Output
27
Pin 13 -
Output
14
Pin 23 -
Output
20
Pin 33 -
Output
30
Pin 3 - Output 4
Pin 4 - Output
3
Pin 14 -
Output
13
Pin 24 -
Output
19
Pin 34 -
Output
29
Pin 5 - Output
6
Pin 15 -
Output
16
Pin 25 -
Output
22
Pin 35 -
Output
32
Pin 6 - Output
5
Pin 16 -
Output
15
Pin 26 -
Output
21
Pin 36 -
Output
31
Pin 7 - Output
8
Pin 17 -
+24V
Pin 27 -
Output
24
Pin 37 -
+24V
Pin 8 - Output
7
Pin 18 -
+24V
Pin 28 -
Output
23
Pin 38 -
+24V
Pin 9 - Output
10
Pin 19 -
0V
Pin 29 -
Output
26
Pin 39 -
0V
Pin 10 - Output
9
Pin 20 -
0V
Pin 30 -
Output
25
Pin 40 -
0V
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6. The user terminal
6.1. Outline of the user terminal
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6.2. The LED display unit
6.2.1. The seven-segment display
The CamCon LED display with 10 big digits (13mm) garanties a good view to the values from a few meters
distance. On the right side the speed or the position of the encoder is readable, on the left side the actual
program number.
6.2.2. The LED display bar
Under the LED 7-segment display there is a LED display bar, where the user can read the status of all
outputs on the same time.
6.3. The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Under the LED-Display unit there is a LC-Text Display with 8 lines x 40 characters.
H
The contrast of the LCD can be adjsuted with the keys
the basic parameters of the contrast.
Attention:
I
and
O
. Via the keys
P
and
you can set
With multi axis systems, you can only adjust the contrast after having pressed the
F
UNIT
key.
The top line of the LC-display displays the status of the CamCon:
"Unit"
"Prg"
"Speed"
"Act"
=
=
=
=
unit number (multi axis system)
program number (0-127)
speed with rotation direction
current position of the machine
In the second line the selected menues are displayed, on the right side a possible error-message is shown.
6.4. The speed and position display
On the LC-Display the program number, the speed and the actual position are displayed at the same time.
If you are in "main menu" or in the "automatic menu", speed and current position are displayed in upper
righthand corner of the LCD. The 7-segment display then shows the speed and program number. If you
select the menu points "2 Programming", "3 Operating parameters" or "4 Dead Time Compensation", the 7segment display automatically switches to the position display.
With Multi-controller systems the change between the displays (speed to position) is possible by pressing
A
F
the
UNIT
, followed by the
PRG
key. By pressing the two keys at once, you return to the speed display.
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6.5. The keyboard
The plastic foil keyboard is the most important functioning group of the front plate of the CamCon. All
adjustable functions are set via keyboard. It consists of an alphabetic key block as well as different function
keys.
The keyboard is non-sensitive towards dirt and is solvent resisting. The keys have a noticable action point
for the tactile feedback, as well as an acoustic input acknowledgement.
6.6. Outline of the key functions
key for selecting a desired program
this key has no function at this time
input for additional cams on the outputs / cam tracks
you enter the activation point of a cam with this key
you enter the deactivation point of a cam with this key
By pressing this key, you can initiate the following functions in a multi axis
system: input of unit (axis) numbers, change the 7-segment display from
"Speed" and "Prg" to "Position" and adjust the contrast setting of the LCD.
Cursor movement downwards (selecting the next menu point) or contrast
adjustment of the LCD
Cursor movement upwards (selecting the previous menu point) or contrast
adjustment of the LCD
Cursor movement to the left (selecting the previous menu point) or basic
adjustment of the contrast
Cursor movement to the right (selecting the next menu point) or basic
adjustment of the contrast
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lowers input values
raises input values
ASCII-Character, no decimal point!
changes the algebraic signs
this key has no function at this time
delete cams and single outputs
help function is not implemented yet
confirm key
breaks off functions and leaves the current menus, to return to the next highest
menu
deletes any previously entered character
You can use this key to label your cams. When this key is pressed the small
letters on the upper lefthand corner of the small keys become active.
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7. Commissioning
Before activating the unit for the first time, please check the wiring of the device. (see chapter "Pin
allocation").
Attention:
With induced 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.
After being switched on the CamCon will generate a short tone. After a successful installation of the
system, the standard display (the current program number, the position and the speed, as well as a
possible error message) is displayed. Once the system registers are brought in accord to the measuring
system and it is wired correctly, there should be no further error messages.
8. Programming
8.1. General information
The programming of the CamCon happens 'online', meaning that all changes made by you are in the
programming menus are carried over into the RAM memory after being confirmed and thus directly influence
the switching processes.
Attention:
If you do not leave a menu point after having made and confirmed an input of
parameters, the new settings have not been written into the longterm memory
(EEPROM), but still is only in the RAM memory. If the supply voltage is
disrupted, the programming is lost. Only when you leave the menu point by
pressing the
memory.
ESC
key, the new parameters are secured into the longterm
8.2. CamCon main menu
After having connected the supply voltage, the CamCon automatically switches to its main menu displayed
below.
The upper line displays the status:
Unit
Prg
Speed
Act
=
=
=
=
unit number (multi axis system)
program number (0-127)
speed with rotation direction
current position of the machine
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8.3. The user key
Before setting up the CamCon, a user key must be given in. For this action, the following menu displays:
There are 2 valid key codes:
1.
2.
the supervisor code "5693"
the user code "5471"
The supervisor code allows you to change any parameter of the device, while people with the user code
have no access to outputs 1 to 8. This protects you from changes of specific output parameters that usually
remain constant. Also the user is not able to change or define a key code.
8.4. Complete deletion
After first switching on 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.
Select the main menu point "System Constants" (key
2.
Enter the user key "5693".
3.
Confirm with the
4.
Press the
5.
Press the
6.
Press the
A-Z
ENTER
). The following menu is displayed:
key.
key.
C
key.
A
PRG
key.
Implement the following steps, if using a multi axis system:
7.
Press the
ENTER
key.
F
8.
Press the
UNIT
9.
Press the
ENTER
key.
key.
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The display shows the following:
Attention:
It is not possible to cancel or leave the complete deletion at this point.
By pressing the ENTER key, the entire memory is deleted and reinitialized, and the program automatically
changes back to the main menu.
8.5. The system constants
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.
To set these parameters, select the menu point "Operating parameters" in the main menu by pressing the
SPACE
3
key, and enter the user code "5693". Confirm your input with the
menu appears on the display:
ENTER
key, and the operating parameter
8.5.1. Language
After you are in the system parameter menu, the cursor stands on the menu point ôlanguageö for select the
language.
CamCon gives you the possibility to change between German, English and French.
For your selection you have to push the buttons:
Key
=
German
Key
=
Englich
Key
=
French
H
With the key ENTER or the
key, you confirm your input. The value is written into the memory. Because of
this - if you selected a new language - the menu is displayed in the new language after having confirmed the
change.
The cursor then moves to the next menu point "Real encoder resolution".
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8.5.2. Real encoder resolution
In this point the user have to input the physical resolution of the encoder. Please note, that the value must
be the count of steps for one turn.
Attention:
With the use of an encoder with a reslution of 360 or 2048 steps per rotation, you
have to enter the corresponding resolution values in the input fields "Real
encoder resolution" and "Electronic gear".
The input is confirmed by pressing
ENTER
, and the next menu point is automatically selected.
8.5.3. Electronic gear and change of the rotation direction
Here you can enter the ratio of the effective encoder measurement (electronic gear), with which you
calculate and which is shown on the display. The size of this value can be a maximum of 10 * the real
R
encoder resolution. By pressing the
key you can implement a change of the rotation direction via the
software. Between the algebraic sign for the rotation direction and the rotation of the encoder there is the
following connection:
Rotating the engine wave of the encoder clockwise means:
- positive value (without algebraic sign)
=
steps in increasing order
- negative value (with negative algebraic sign) =
steps in decreasing order
The digit after the ":" shows the number of spaces after the comma for the display. Press the ENTER key to
enter the input of the spaces after the comma. Enter a digit for the number of the decimal spaces (e.g. "1"
=> Display 0.0 , "2" => Display 0.00 , and so on). You close the input of this menu point by pressing
Example:
ENTER
.
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 1000:0. The display will no longer change in single steps, since the
resolution remains unaffected.
If you choose e.g. 1000:1, the actual position is calculated down to a proceeding range of
100. The position display measure is in cm, and a digit after the comma shows the millimeters
The input of the desired encoder resolution is a measurement area transformation.
8.5.4. Zero point, Offset
When you make adjustments to the CamCon, it can happen that the mechanical zero point does not match
the CamCon' s electronic zero point. This zero point can be adjusted with the input of a correction value.
The upper righthand corner of the LCD displays the physical position of the encoder. First calibrate the
device to its physical zero point . If the value of the zero point offset menu point is anything other than "0",
you have to enter the value "0". The position display in the LCD now shows the offset between the
mechanical and the elektronical zero point.
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If this value is set to "0", you do not have to make a correction. To adjust the CamCon, you just have to
enter the displayed position at the input field of the zero point offset. After the ENTER key is pressed the
position value on the LCD and the seven-segment display change to "0"; the cursor moves to the next menu
point.
8.5.5. Speed factor
The CamCon determines the speed in steps per second. This number is displayed by the seven-segment
display (in the main menu and in the automatic menu). To adjust the speed display to other measurements
(e.g. rotations/min, pieces/h or m/min.) you can enter a randomizing factor in this input field.
Example:
With an encoder with 360 steps per rotation the CamCon displays at 1 rotation/minute: 6 steps per second.
To have the CamCon display the value in rotations/minute you have to enter 1/6 of the value displayed at the
speed factor input field.
The calculation for one rotation/minute is done according to the following formula:
Speed factor =
60
desired encoder resolution
By pressing the ENTER key you exit this menu point automatically, and the cursor moves to the input field for
the numbers after the comma. Here you enter a value for the number of digits you want displayed after the
comma (e.g. "1" => Factor x 0.1 , "2" => Factor x 0.01 , and so on). Pressing
menu point, and the cursor moves to the next one.
ENTER
closes the input of this
8.5.6. Partial dead time compensation
When using extremely excentric device engines and/or special variable speed profiles, the dead time might
not be optimally compensated for a number of cams. The reason for this is that the speed is normally
measured in regular intervalls (1ms). If the speed changes very fast in some areas, the calculated dead
time for the output of a cam (the activation of an output) becomes false, so it is no longer the actual dead
time. This leads to a time-related fluctuation (thus not exact) switching of the outputs.
But if you know the speed profile of your system, you can execute the measurement of the speed at a
position at which the effective (average) speed changes the least. By these means, you can regain a
constant switching routine.
CamCon offers the possibility to measure the speed only at a single, defined position during one rotation of
the encoder.
With partial dead time compensation you can stabilize the speed measurements and because of this also
the compensation behavior of the outputs.
An input of the desired position for the speed measurement activates the partial dead time compensation.
The value "0" deactivates the partial dead time compensation. Should it be necessary to set this position to
"0", enter instead the full encoder resolution (e.g. 360).
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8.6. Program selection
Before you can begin with the programming of a cam, you have to select a program number under which
you want to do your programming. This program number is selected under the menu point "Automatic
display" and is displayed in the first line of the LCD.
Procedure:
A
1.
2.
3.
Press the PRG key.
Enter the user key code "5693".
Select the program number wählen (e.g. 1).
4.
Confirm your input with the
5.
Leave the menu "Automatic display" by pressing the key
ENTER
key.
ESC
.
The selected program number is already shown on the LCD and the seven-segment display.
8.7. Programming cams
By pressing the
2
key in the main menu, you reach the "Programming mode" (see drawing below), after
having entered the user key code "5693" and having pressed the
ENTER
key to confirm it.
8.7.1. Output selection
H
Select the first output, on which you want to program the first cam, by pressing the keys
can select the output directly with an input of the output number (e.g. 5).
I
and
. You
8.7.2. Giving outputs names
You can assign an individual lable (e.g. "VACUUM ON" or "PUMP OFF")
This function is only possible in programming mode "2" after an input of the user key "5693".
Example:
1.
A-Z
Press the key
N
2.
Press the key
.
9
. The input field behind the output number is show inverted.
A
3.
By pressing keys
PRG
Z
to
1
, you can enter a desired text. The special characters "." and the numbers
"0" to "9" are available by a repeated pressing of the
character can be deleted with the
memory.
BS
key. Press the
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A-Z
ENTER
key
verfügbar. A wrong input of a
key, and the text is written into the
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8.7.3. Input of cams
C
When you have defined the desired output, press the key
to initiate the programming sequence of the
cam. Now you can enter the activation point of the cam with the numeric keys. When this value is set, move
D
to the input of the deactivation point of the cam with the
ENTER
ENTER
or the
key. Confirm your input with the
key. This ends the cam input, and the output is switched accordingly.
Attention:
If you do not exit the programming mode "2" after input of a cam, the value of the
cam is not stored in the longterm memory (EEPROM), but is still in the RAM. A
disruption of the supply voltage will cause a loss of this data. Only upon leaving
ESC
the
programming
mode
by
pressing
the
key,
programmed data is written into the EEPROM and become save.
the
newly
8.7.4. Programming additional cams on an output
X
To program additional cams on the same output, press the INS key in the programming mode. The message
"new" appears in the middle of the two input fields. The input field for the new activation point is inverted.
After the input of a number (e.g. 100) and pressing the ENTER key, you can set the new activation point (e.g.
150). The input of the new deactivation point is analog to this one.
Example:
2
key (in the main menu
1.
Press the
2.
Enter the user key, and confirm it by pressing the
ENTER
key.
ENTER
3.
4.
5.
Press the
key.
Select the output.
Enter the desired activation point for the new cam (e.g. 100).
6.
7.
Press the ENTER key.
Enter the desired deactivation point for the new cam (e.g. 150).
8.
Write the new values into the EEPROM memory with the
ENTER
key.
Cams that overlap result in a new, larger cam. The cams can be set over zero (e.g. 330 to 30).
After the programming the display shows the signs "<
< " and/or ">
> ", meaning that additional cams have been
J
K
programmed on this output. By pressing the keys
and
, you can view the different cams on this
output that are above or below the cam you are currently viewing.
8.7.5. Cam search
J
You can display all programmed cams on an output by pressing the keys
K
and
.
8.7.6. Editing cams
C
You can change a previously programmed cam. Just press the
D
or the
(de)activation point, and enter a new value. By confirming the change with the
cam into the memory.
ENTER
key to select the
key, you store the new
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8.7.7. Optimizing cams
During the input of the (de)activation point of a cam, you can in- or decrease the input values in steps of one
J
K
with keys
and
. These new values are written into the memory directly and automatically. With this
option, the CamCon offers the user the ability to optimally adjust the unit to any switching process, even
while the machine operates.
8.7.8. The "TEACH IN" function
In pogramming mode "2" you also have the possibility to accept a maually selected position as a
(de)activation point, simply by pressing the
You proceed as follows:
E
TEACH
IN
key.
C
1.
key. The input field for the activation point is inverted.
Press the
2.
Press the
3.
Press the
E
TEACH
IN
key. Put machine into activation position.
ENTER
key. The current position of the machine is taken as the new value in the input
field.
D
4.
5.
6.
Press the
Press the
Press the
Press the
ENTER
key. The input field of the deactivation point is inverted.
E
TEACH
IN
key. Put machine into deactivation position.
ENTER
key. The current position of the machine is taken as the new value in the input
field.
key again, and the cam is written into memory. The old cam is deleted.
8.7.9. Deletion
8.7.9.1. Deletion of a programmed cam
Select the main menu point "2 Programming", and enter your user key. In this menu you can delete
previously programmed cams. Follows this nex procedure:
H
1.
Select the output with the cam you wish to delete on it with keys
J
2.
I
and
.
K
Use the
key or the
key to select the cam that is to be deleted.
C
3.
4.
Press the
key. The selected input field is inverted. Delete this value by pressing the
Confirm the deletion with the
ENTER
key, and the input field of the deactivation point is automatically
selected and can also be deleted by pressing the
5.
Confirm the deletion by pressing the
.
ENTER
key.
key to fully delete the cam out of the memory.
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8.7.9.2. Deletion of a programmed output (cam track)
Select the main menu point "2 Programming", and enter your user key. In this menu you can delete
previously programmed outputs:
H
1.
I
Use keys
and
to select the output you wish to delete.
W
2.
DEL
key. The output is deleted. After the selected output number the display shows the
Press the
message "no cam" in the input field.
8.7.9.3. Deletion of a program
Select the main menu point "2 Programming", and enter your user key. In this menu you can delete whole
programs:
A
1.
2.
Press the PRG key.
Enter the desired program number (e.g. 5).
3.
Press the
ENTER
key. The program is loaded.
A
4.
Press the
5.
Press the
PRG
key.
W
DEL
key. The program is automatically deleted.
Attention:
Before deleting a cam, an output or a program, please check, if you selected the
correct program, because once deleted, the data cannot be restored. !
8.7.10. Exit cam programming
By pressing the
you can leave the programming mode at any time; you then return to the main menu.
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8.7.11. Example for cam programming
8.7.11.1. First cam programming
Task:
After a complete deletion of the memory and a correct adjustment of the system parameters, you are to
program a cam for output 4 ranging from 100° to 200°.
Solution:
1. Select the main menu point "2 Programming"
2.
Enter your user code and press the
ENTER
key. You enter the programming menu.
H
3.
Select output 4 with the
key or press key
4
and confirm with the
ENTER
key.
C
4.
5.
key to enter the cam activation point; the cursor moves to the input filed for the cam
Press the
activation point.
Enter the value "100" for the cam activation point with the numeric keys.
D
6.
7.
8.
9.
Confirm your input with the ENTER key or press the
key directly; the cursor moves to the input field
for the cam deactivation point.
Enter the value "200" for the cam activation point with the numeric keys.
Confirm your input with the ENTER key, and the new values are written into memory. Your first cam is
programmed and ready.
Press the
key to leave the menu at any time.
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8.7.11.2. Programming additional cams on an output
Task:
Program an additional cam in program 0 on output 4. The new cam has a range from 300° to 330°.
Solution:
1. Select the main menu point "2 Programming"
2.
Enter your user code and press the
ENTER
key. You enter the programming menu.
H
3.
Select output 4 with the
key or press key
4
and confirm with the
ENTER
key.
X
4.
INS
5.
Press the
key to enter the cam activation point for the additional cam; the cursor automatically
moves to the input field of the cam activation point. The message "new" appears between the two
input fields.
Enter the value "300" for the cam activation point with the numeric keys.
6.
7.
ENTER
Press the
key, and the cursor moves to the input field for the cam dactivation point.
key or the
Enter the value "330" for the cam deactivation point
8.
Press the
finished.
Press the
D
9.
ENTER
key to confirm your input. The values are written into memory, and the second cam is
key to leave the menu at any time.
The display now shows the newly programmed cam, as well as the symbol "<
< ", that indicated the previously
programmed cam between 100° and 200°.
8.8. Dead time compensation
S
By pressing the 4 key in the main menu, making the input of your user key and pressing
the menu for dead time compensation:
ENTER
, you enter
Every mechanical switching device (e.g. magnetic valves) has a dead time, i.e. between the activation signal
and the actual switching procedure always passes a certain amout of time. In Processes, in which
operations are performed with a moved system, this can lead to problems. If such a process is run with
different speed, the positions vary. To correct this, one would have to calculate new activation points for the
switching signals for every speed.
The dead time compensation makes it possible to run systems with different speed without having to match
the cams at every change.
In this menu you can set the dead time compensation for each of the first 16 outputs. The influence on the
cams depends on the speed of the machine. The faster the machine runs, the further a cam is moved
forwards, since the reaction time of the e.g. valves remains almost constant.
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By pressing the keys
and
, you select the output, to which you want to add dead time compensation.
The selected input field is displayed inverted. Now you can enter the dead time from 0 to 1020 ms. The
J
number in the input field can be entered with the numeric keys or by pressing the
of 1ms.
Press the
ENTER
key to write the new value into memory, and leave the menu with the
K
or the
ESC
key in steps
key.
Please note that the dead time is a fixed size, depending on the mechanichal constants of the switching
devices as wellas the dimensions of the system. Because of this, it does not change.
8.9. Automatic display (output display)
Z
By pressing the 1 key in the main menu, you enter the menu "Automatic display". The states of all
available outputs are displayed in 4 lines and 2 rows. If an "M" is displayed after the output, this output is
active. If "_" is displayed behind the output, it is not active (see figgure).
8.9.1. Program selection
If you want to change the program, you can change the program number in the menu point "Automatic
display" (e.g. product change).
A
1.
2.
3.
Press the PRG key.
Enter the user key "5693".
Select the program number (e.g. 1)
4.
Confirm your choice by pressing
5.
Exit the menu "Automatic display" with the
ENTER
.
ESC
key.
The new program number is automatically shown on the seven-segment display and the LCD.
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9. Disruptions
9.1. I-ERR (Actual position error)
This message is displayed in the second line in the LCD. The following errors possible:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connection cables between the encoder and the CamCon are separated or do not work.
Encoder does not operate correctly.
The system parameters were not adjusted correctly to the encoder.
Cables between CamCon and the encoder lie near disrupting sources (e.g. power current
lines).
Solutions:
1. Check the wiring between CamCon and the encoder.
2. Exchange the encoder.
3. Check the system parameters in menu "3". Look for the correct resolution of the encoder, if
necessary, change the system parameters.
4. Check the wiring for routes near strong sources of disruption (avoid routes along power
current lines).
By pressing the
ENTER
key, CamCon will try to establish a new contact.
9.2. A-ERR (Output error)
When this message appears on the second line of the LCD, the following errors are possible:
1. The outputs are overloaded (see chapter The outputs).
2. Connected relais have no free wheeling diode. This mkes them incompatible to the CamCon
(and might destroy the outputs).
Solutions:
1. Check the allowed total current of all outputs and change the charge, if necessary.
2. Exchange the relais with relais that have a free wheeling diode.
By pressing the
ENTER
key, CamCon will try to establish a new contact.
9.3. CamCon does not save data
Error:
Cause:
Solution:
CamCon does not store the programmed data (menu "2", "3", "4").
ESC
1. Before you left the programming menu with the
key, the voltage supply was disrupted.
This prevented the data from being stored in the longterm EEPROM memory.
Repeat programming.
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10. watch doc
CamCon deactivates all output within 1ms when an error occurs. This behavior can be used as an extreme
error message. Program a cam over the whole range of a chosen output (0 to 360 degrees) (security
cam). This output should be slaved into the emergency deactivation circuit. To be able to program a security
cam over the whole range, you have to program 2 cams with the following parameters:
1.
2.
Cam 1: 0 degrees to 1 degree
Cam 2: 1 degree to 0 degrees
After the security cam has been programmed, the display shows the message "no cam" after the output
number.
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11. Technichal data of the CamCon
LCD - text display ....................................................with 8 lines with 40 characters each, multi-langual
(german, english and french)
LED - multi funktion display.......................................for actual position display, Program No., speed,
number of cams
Number of outputs ...................................................32 (optionally 64)
Status display of the outputs.....................................one red LED beam display for each of the first 32
outputs
Number of programmable cams ................................up to 220 per program (total 1100)
Number of programs ................................................128
Programming and optimizing of the cams ...................over the whole range of the engine
Cycle time, (switching speed) ...................................1ms
Dead time compensation (DTC) ................................output 1 to 16 (per output)
Adjustment range of the DTC....................................1ms to 1020ms
Precision of the DTC................................................+0 to -1 Schritt
Encoder - input ........................................................synchronous serial (SSI), gray coded, (optionally
parallel data input
Encoder - type.........................................................AAG60007 / AAG612/2048 Stegmann
Encoder - resolution.................................................360 steps / rotation
(256 to 2048 steps / rotation)
Zero point offset ......................................................electronic adjustment in the CamCon
Rotation direction of the encoder...............................is programmed at the CamCon
Cable length to encoder ...........................................400m
Data security/Storage ..............................................32K - EEPROM
Supply voltage.........................................................24V DC ±20 %
Encoder supply........................................................24V DC via supply voltage of the CamCon
Current absorbtion...................................................300mA without encoder and outputs
Output current .........................................................40mA, short circuit proof, permanent current
up to 300mA (see chapter "The outputs")
Output voltage.........................................................24V DC, plus switching
Connectors for:
Encoder ..................................................................via plug block pins
Voltage supply.........................................................via plug block pins
Cam outputs............................................................via flat band plug
Operating temperature.............................................0°C to +55°C
Cover type for front cover ........................................IP 65
Front cover dimensions ............................................245mm x 192mm + (1,0 mm)
Cover (DIN 43700)...................................................263mm x 213mm x 42mm (WxHxD)
Attachment ..............................................................a) 4 neck screws M2.5 × 11 (supplied)
b) 4 attachment clips (supplied)
PC connection .........................................................with DIGISOFT software package
Weight ....................................................................about 1500g
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12. Key word table
A-ERR ...............................................................................................................................................33
Adjustment of the board ......................................................................................................................13
Automatic display................................................................................................................................32
Cam search........................................................................................................................................27
Commissioning ...................................................................................................................................21
Complete deletion...............................................................................................................................22
Construction of a dual controller system ...............................................................................................11
Construction of a tripple controller system ............................................................................................12
Dead time compensation.....................................................................................................................31
Deletion .............................................................................................................................................28
Deletion of a program .........................................................................................................................29
Deletion of a programmed cam............................................................................................................28
Disruptions .........................................................................................................................................33
Editing cams.......................................................................................................................................27
Electrical connections............................................................................................................................8
encoder ...............................................................................................................................................8
Example for cam programming ............................................................................................................30
External program selection ....................................................................................................................8
I-ERR ................................................................................................................................................33
Input of cams .....................................................................................................................................27
Installation instructions ..........................................................................................................................7
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................................5
keyboard............................................................................................................................................19
Language...........................................................................................................................................23
LCD...................................................................................................................................................18
LED display bar..................................................................................................................................18
main menu..........................................................................................................................................21
Multi axis systems...............................................................................................................................11
Opening the multi axis device...............................................................................................................14
Optimizing cams .................................................................................................................................28
Ordering the new axis .........................................................................................................................13
Outline of the user terminal..................................................................................................................17
Output selection..................................................................................................................................26
outputs.................................................................................................................................................8
Pin allocation in a multi axis system......................................................................................................15
pin allocation of the single axis .............................................................................................................10
Position display...................................................................................................................................18
Priciple of function of a cam controller ....................................................................................................6
Principle of function...............................................................................................................................6
Program selection......................................................................................................................... 26; 32
Programming......................................................................................................................................21
programming cams .............................................................................................................................26
Real encoder resolution.......................................................................................................................24
rotation direction.................................................................................................................................24
serial interface......................................................................................................................................8
seven-segment display........................................................................................................................18
Speed display.....................................................................................................................................18
Speed factor ......................................................................................................................................25
system constants................................................................................................................................23
TEACH IN..........................................................................................................................................28
Technichal data ..................................................................................................................................35
time compensation..............................................................................................................................25
Upgrading multi axis ............................................................................................................................13
watch doc ..........................................................................................................................................34
Zero point ..........................................................................................................................................24
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