LD-PeCo People Counter People counting easy made

LD-PeCo People Counter People counting easy made
O P E R AT I N G I N S T R U C T I O N S
LD-PeCo
People Counter
People counting easy made
Software Versions
Operating Instructions
LD-PeCo People Counter
Software Versions
Software /Tool
Function
Version
LD-PeCo
SICK Firmware
V 36-030704_R
PeCo Setup
Configuration software
V 1.0.x
Copyright
Copyright © 2007 - 2009
SICK AG Waldkirch
Auto Ident, Reute Plant
Nimburger Strasse 11
79276 Reute
Germany
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Table of Contents
LD-PeCo
Contents
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
6
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
8
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
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9.1
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Notes On This Document .........................................................................................11
Function..................................................................................................................11
Target audience .....................................................................................................11
Information Content...............................................................................................11
Symbols Used.........................................................................................................12
Safety Information ....................................................................................................13
Safety Standards ...................................................................................................13
Authorized users ....................................................................................................13
Intended Use ..........................................................................................................13
Operating Reliability...............................................................................................14
General Safety Information and Protective Measures ........................................14
Quick Stop and Quick Restart ...............................................................................16
Environmental information....................................................................................16
Product Description ..................................................................................................17
Design of the unit...................................................................................................17
Scope of delivery....................................................................................................20
System Requirements ...........................................................................................21
Operating Principle ................................................................................................23
Displays and Controls ............................................................................................25
Installation .................................................................................................................27
Overview of the Installation Steps ........................................................................27
Preparations for Installation..................................................................................27
Mounting and adjustment accessories ................................................................28
Conditions for mounting ........................................................................................31
Mounting and Adjusting the Device......................................................................34
Disassembling the device .....................................................................................38
Electrical installation ................................................................................................39
Overview of installation steps ...............................................................................39
Electrical installation preparations.......................................................................39
Electrical connection and cables ..........................................................................41
Pin assignment of the connections ......................................................................43
Performing electrical installation ..........................................................................44
Pin assignment/Colours of cable wires................................................................50
Startup and Configuration .......................................................................................53
Overview of the startup procedure .......................................................................53
Quick-Start with Default Settings..........................................................................53
PeCo Setup Configuration Software .....................................................................54
Configuration of the LD-PeCo................................................................................55
Setup.......................................................................................................................57
Maintenance ..........................................................................................................70
Counter Reading ....................................................................................................79
Switching Off the LD-PeCo.....................................................................................80
Default Settings of LD-PeCo and PeCo Setup......................................................81
De-Installation of the "PeCo Setup" Software ......................................................82
Maintenance ..............................................................................................................83
Maintenance during operation .............................................................................83
Cleaning the LD-PeCo ............................................................................................83
Checking and replacing the dry agent cartridge..................................................86
Replacing a LD-PeCo .............................................................................................87
Troubleshooting.........................................................................................................89
Overview of Possible Errors and Malfunctions ....................................................89
Monitoring Error and Fault Signs ..........................................................................89
Troubleshooting .....................................................................................................89
SICK Support ..........................................................................................................92
Technical Data...........................................................................................................93
Variants-Overview ..................................................................................................93
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9.3
9.4
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10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
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Data sheet of LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 People Counter..................................... 94
Data sheet of LD-PeCo3100 People Counter...................................................... 95
Dimensional drawings........................................................................................... 96
Appendix .................................................................................................................... 99
Overview of Appendix ............................................................................................ 99
Order information ................................................................................................100
Dimensional drawings of the accessoires .........................................................102
Supplementary documentation..........................................................................104
Data Communication via RS 422 Interface.......................................................105
Help in case of problems while starting the LD-PeCo.......................................120
EC Declaration of Conformity..............................................................................121
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LD-PeCo
Abbreviations used
DSP
LD
LED
PeCo
Digital Signal Prozessor
Ladar Digital (Ladar = Laser Radar)
Light Emitting Diode
People Counter
Tables
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Target group of this document ....................................................................... 11
Required qualification for starting up the LD-PeCo....................................... 13
Power consumption of the LD-PeCo............................................................... 16
Versions of the LD-PeCo.................................................................................. 20
Scope of delivery of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 ......................................... 20
Scope of delivery of the LD-PeCo3100 .......................................................... 20
Product Features and Functions (Overview).................................................. 21
Applications of the LD-PeCo............................................................................ 22
Meaning of the LEDs inside of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15........................ 26
Wire cross-section and permitted cable length between LD-PeCo
and power supply............................................................................................. 39
LD-PeCo5,5/15: Terminal assignment of the 10-pin terminal block
on the terminal board...................................................................................... 43
LD-PeCo3100: Terminal assignment of the 20-pin Harting plug-in
connection........................................................................................................ 43
Power consumption of the LD-PeCo............................................................... 45
Data characteristics for the switching outputs "Count IN" and
"Count OUT"...................................................................................................... 47
Maximum cable lengths between the LD-PeCo and host ............................. 48
Maximum cable length between the LD-PeCo and host ............................... 49
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Pin assignment of cable no. 1025703 ............... 50
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Pin assignment/wire colours of cable
no. 1027214.................................................................................................... 51
LD-PeCo3100: Pin assignment/wire colours of the cable
no. 6032770.................................................................................................... 52
PeCo Setup: Selection of the user access level in the
"Program Settings" dialog box......................................................................... 56
PeCo Setup: Meaning of the symbols in the status line ............................... 59
PeCo Setup: Meaning of the counters ........................................................... 68
PeCo Setup: Sample for counter request and display .................................. 68
PeCo Setup: Buttons on the "Commands" tab .............................................. 71
PeCo Setup: Meaning of the parameter "Difference between
segments" ........................................................................................................ 73
PeCo Setup: Meaning of the parameter "Tolerance for measured
profile“ .............................................................................................................. 75
PeCo Setup: Buttons on the "Commands" tab .............................................. 76
LD-PeCo and PeCo Setup default settings (excerpt) ..................................... 81
Troubleshooting for LD-PeCo .......................................................................... 90
Versions of the LD-PeCo.................................................................................. 93
Technical specifications of LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 .................................... 94
Technical specifications of LD-PeCo3100 ..................................................... 95
Conversion table for dimensional drawing of LD-PeCo3100
(Fig. 9-2, Page 97) ........................................................................................... 98
Versions of the LD-PeCo................................................................................ 100
Available accessories: Mounting accessoires for LD-PeCo5,5/
LD-PeCo15 ..................................................................................................... 100
Available accessories: Cables for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 ....................... 100
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Available accessories: Mounting accessories for LD-PeCo3100............... 100
Available accessories: Cables for LD-PeCo3100 ........................................ 101
Available accessories: Spare part for LD-PeCo3100.................................. 101
Available accessories: Scan finder (laser detector).................................... 101
Supplementary documentation.................................................................... 104
Data communication: Terminology used ..................................................... 105
Service Code.................................................................................................. 105
Data communication: Used terminology ..................................................... 106
Data communication: Frame format............................................................ 106
Data communication: Example for packing a BYTE String in the
big endian format .......................................................................................... 107
Data communication: Header Format of the first UPF Package in
a package sequence ..................................................................................... 107
Data communication: Header Format of the following UPF packages
in a package
sequence ....................................................................................................... 107
Data communication: Header format of a UPF package sequence
comprising a single
package ......................................................................................................... 108
Data communication: Example for package seperation ............................ 108
RS 422 Interface: IF package format .......................................................... 108
RS 422 Interface: Number of bytes in a complete IF Package.................. 109
Available services.......................................................................................... 109
Command: Set_CountDirection.................................................................... 110
Respone of LD-PeCo: Service Code 9003h................................................. 110
Command: Reset_CountingData.................................................................. 110
Respone of LD-PeCo: Service Code 9006h................................................. 110
Command: Get_SystemStatus ..................................................................... 111
Respone of LD-PeCo: Service Code 900Dh................................................. 111
Command: Get_CountingData ..................................................................... 111
Response of LD-PeCo: Service Code 900Eh ............................................... 111
Service Code: DO_RESET (request command) ........................................... 120
Response to DO_RESET................................................................................ 120
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Scanner head of the LD-PeCo............................................................................ 15
Design of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 ............................................................. 18
Design of the LD-PeCo3100 .............................................................................. 19
Measuring principle of the LD-PeCo (schematic) and used
coordinated system ............................................................................................ 23
Measuring principle of the LD-PeCo with two light curtains A and B.............. 23
Counting more than one person simultaneously in the count area................ 24
Selectable count directions of the LD-PeCo (default setting: IN = from
Scan A to Scan B) ............................................................................................... 24
LEDs inside of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15..................................................... 25
Hinged foot of the pipe clamping system for the mounting of
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 .................................................................................... 28
Adjustment holder no. 2018303 for installation of LD-PeCo3100
onto a surface..................................................................................................... 29
Adjustment holder no. 2018304 for mounting the LD-PeCo3100
on a pipe. ............................................................................................................ 29
Scan finder (no. 6020756)................................................................................ 30
Estimating the working width ............................................................................ 31
Installation example: Front view of 2 parallel LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15......... 32
Installation example: Top view of 2 parallel LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
(offset) ................................................................................................................. 32
Example: Methods to avoid the entering of the count area from the
side (top view)..................................................................................................... 33
Coordinate system used by LD-PeCo and angles of rotation in the
axises................................................................................................................... 34
Installing the LD-PeCo3100 with the adjustment holder/mast holder
on the pipe .......................................................................................................... 36
Mind the correct orientation of the hinged foot, to make an alignment
of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 possible........................................................... 37
During the installation of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 under a false
ceiling check the clearance of the pipe. ........................................................... 37
Align the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 with a spirit-level. ...................................... 37
Example: Storage of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 in the original
package............................................................................................................... 38
Principle of connection of the LD-PeCo............................................................. 41
Terminal board of the LD-PeCo 5,5 /LD-PeCo 15 ............................................ 41
Electrical connection: Harting plug of the LD-PeCo3100 ................................ 42
Housing of the 20-pin Harting connector (socket) ........................................... 42
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Structure of the terminal board .............................. 45
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Connection of the power supply ............................. 46
LD-PeCo3100: Connection of the supply voltages........................................... 46
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Alignment of the "Count IN" switching output/
output signal ....................................................................................................... 47
LD-PeCo3100: Alignment of the switching output "Count IN"/
output signal ....................................................................................................... 47
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Connection of the RS 422 interface....................... 49
LD-PeCo3100: Connection of the RS 422 interface........................................ 49
Connection of the PC with Setup cable 1 for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 .......... 50
Connection of the PC with Setup cable 3 for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 .......... 51
PeCo Setup: "Program Settings" dialog box...................................................... 56
PeCo Setup: "LD People Counter Setup" dialog box ........................................ 56
PeCo Setup: "Options for Setup" dialog box ..................................................... 57
PeCo Setup: "Step 1" dialog box........................................................................ 58
PeCo Setup: "Protocol" dialog box ..................................................................... 58
PeCo Setup: "Step 2" dialog box........................................................................ 59
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PeCo Setup: "Step 3" dialog box ........................................................................60
PeCo Setup: Display of the reference levels created by the LD-PeCo.............61
PeCo Setup: Learn outline: Sample for creating regional reference levels ....62
PeCo Setup: "Step 4" dialog box ........................................................................63
Candidate and object parameters .....................................................................64
PeCo Setup: Dialog box „Step 5“ .......................................................................65
PeCo Setup: "Step 6" dialog box ........................................................................67
PeCo Setup: "Ready. The People Counter Is Counting" dialog box ..................67
PeCo Setup: "Scanner" tab .................................................................................70
PeCo Setup: "Scans/Segments" tab ..................................................................71
PeCo Setup: Sample for the new measured outline.........................................72
PeCo Setup: Sample for the reference levels created by the LD-PeCo...........73
PeCo Setup: "Borders" tab and diagram for setting the borders .....................74
PeCo Setup: "Objects" tab ..................................................................................75
PeCo Setup: "Commands" tab............................................................................76
PeCo Setup: "Debug Mode" dialog box..............................................................77
PeCo Setup: "Counting Data" dialog box ...........................................................79
PeCo Setup: "Settings for Count Mode" dialog box...........................................79
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Cleaning the viewing windows.................................84
LD-PeCo3100: Cleaning the viewing windows..................................................84
Cleaning the glass window in the scanner head of the laser
measurement system .........................................................................................85
Position of the dry agent cartridge at LD-PeCo3100........................................86
View of an new and exhausted dry agent cartridge no. 5306179 ..................86
Dimensions of LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15............................................................96
Dimensions of LD-PeCo3100.............................................................................97
Dimensions of the adjustment holder no. 2018303 for LD-PeCo3100 ...... 102
Dimensions of the combination of the adjustment holder no. 2018303
with mast holder no. 2018304 for LD-PeCo3100......................................... 102
Dimensions of the setup cable 1 (no. 1025703) for LD-PeCo5,5/
LD-PeCo15........................................................................................................ 103
Dimensions of the setup cable 3 (no. 1027214) for LD-PeCo5,5/
LD-PeCo15........................................................................................................ 104
Example for the communication between PC and People Counter.............. 112
Copy of the EC Declaration of conformity, page 1 (scaled down in size) ..... 121
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Installation Procedure (Overview, no instructions)
Note
Avoid starting the LD-PeCo and the connected PC/host simultaneously.
1.
Check the delivery to make sure that none of the components are missing.
2.
Mount and align the LD-PeCo on the counting area.
LD-PeCo5,5 and LD-PeCo15:
1.
Open the LD-PeCo housing. To do so, loosen the five clamps on the cover.
2.
Lead the connection cable(s) through the PG 11 conduit threads on the rear of the
housing.
3.
Connect the 24 V DC power supply to the 10-pin terminal block on the terminal board.
Use thereby a wire cross-section of at least 1mm2 (18 AWG) at a maximum length of
20 m (65.6 ft).
Do not switch on the power supply yet!
4.
Depending on application, connect the switching outputs Count IN and Count OUT at
the 10-pin terminal block (cross-section at least 0.25 mm2 (24 AWG)).
5.
To configure the LD-PeCo, connect temporarily the prefabricated setup cable 1.
In order to do that, replace the socket at the interface adapter by the 9-pin D Sub socket
of the setup cable 1 (no. 1025703).
6.
Connect the 24 V DC supply voltage for the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 via the two wires
with banana plugs (red = +, black = –) of the setup cable 1.
7.
Switch on the power supply for the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15.
The device initiates a self-test and starts using the factory default settings.
The green LED flashes. The scanner head starts to rotate.
The LD-PeCo does not start counting immediately because its field of view (outline) has
to be taught in first.
8.
Connect the 9-pin D Sub plug of the setup cable 1 to the RS 422/RS 232 interface converter (e.g. B&B Model 4WSDR9). The pin assignment of the plug is defined for the interface converter B&B Model 4WSDR9.
9.
Connect the PC to the RS 422/RS 232 interface converter.
Use a RS 232 data cable with 1:1 pin assignment (extension cable).
10. Further information can be found by the section “All LD-PeCo:“, Page 10.
LD-PeCo3100:
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1.
Remove the unconnected 20-pin Harting connector from the rear of the unit.
2.
Lead the connection cable(s) through the PG 11 conduit thread of the connector and
wire the plug-inlet (screw terminals) according to the connection diagram. Consider the
recommendations for the wire cross-section (see above).
3.
To configure the LD-PeCo3100 connect temporarily the prefabricated setup cable
no. 6032770. Connect the 20-pin Harting connector of this cable to the unit.
4.
Route the supply voltage for the electronics of the LD-PeCo3100 via the two open wires
of the setup cable (white = +, brown = –). The heater will not be supplied with voltage.
5.
Switch-on the supply voltage for the LD-PeCo3100.
The LD-PeCo3100 will start after the selft-test using the default settings.
The unit does not start counting because its field of view (outline) has to be taught in
first.
6.
Connect the 15-pin D Sub HD plug of the setup cable by user specific cableing (adapter)
to a RS 422/RS 232 converter (e.g. B&B Modell 4WSD9R).
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7.
Connect the PC to the RS 422/RS 232 interfaceconverter.
Use a RS 232 data cable with 1:1 pin assignment (extension cable).
8.
Further information can be found in the following section “All LD-PeCo:“
All LD-PeCo:
1.
Switch on your PC and start WindowsTM (minimum requirement: Windows 95TM).
2.
Install the supplied CD-ROM-based PeCo Setup configuration software on the PC.
3.
Start the PeCo Setup configuration software user interface.
4.
Choose the menu language and PC port.
5.
Click SETUP on the "LD People Counter Setup" dialog box.
PeCo Setup establishes a connection with the LD-PeCo.
6.
Follow the instructions in the dialog boxes.
7.
Once you have configured the device, send the parameters to the LD-PeCo.
The count mode starts.
8.
The LD-PeCo will now detect and count persons who completely cross the light curtains
of both scan beams in one of either directions.
9.
Check the count results which are displayed on the PeCo Setup.
10. If appropriate, optimize the parameter values in the MAINTENANCE menu and send them
to the LD-PeCo again.
11. Save the final parameter set as a configuration file (".par“) to the desired directory on
the hard disk (default: "PeCoSetup/Data").
12. The LD-PeCo is ready for operation.
13. Switch-off the supply voltage for LD-PeCo.
LD-PeCo5,5 and LD-PeCo15:
¾
Remove the setup cable 1 from the interface adapter and re-connect the cable to the
connection board.
LD-PeCo3100:
¾
10
Remove the setup cable no. 6032770 from the unit and connect the user specific
20-pin Harting connector.
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LD-PeCo
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Notes On This Document
1.1
Function
This document provides instructions for the technical staff on the installation and operation
of the LD-PeCo People Counter in the following variants:
•
LD-PeCo5,5 with RS 422 data interface
(mounting height of between 2.5 m (8.2 ft) and 5.5 m (18 ft)), IP 40
•
LD-PeCo15 with RS 422 data interface
(mounting height of between 5.5 m (18 ft) and 15 m (49.2 ft)), IP 40
•
LD-PeCo3100 with RS 422 data interface and internal heater
(mounting height of between 3.0 m (9.8 ft) and 15 m (49.2 ft)), IP 67
The LD-PeCo is based on the LD-OEM1000 Laser Measurement System and is used with an
internal application (program) for counting people.
The document contains information on:
Important
•
Installation and electrical installation
•
Startup and configuration (parametrisation)
•
Maintenance
•
Troubleshooting
•
Replacing the people counter
In the following, the people counter and all its variants will simply be referred as
"LD-PeCo" unless a distinction is required (LD-PeCo5,5, LD-PeCo15 or LD-PeCo3100).
1.2
Target audience
The target group of this document are persons assigned for the following tasks:
Tasks
Target group
Installation, electrical installation,
maintenance, replacing the device
Qualified staff, e.g. service technicians and factory electricians
Startup and configuration
Qualified staff, e.g. technicians or engineers
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1.3
Target group of this document
Information Content
This document contains all information for the installation, electrical installation and the
starting up of the LD-PeCo with the factory default settings.
Step-by-step instructions are provided for all relevant activities.
The PeCo Setup configuration software is used to configure the LD-PeCo for applicationspecific situations and to request the measurement values for displaying the count results
on a PC.
For further information on the laser measuring technology, please contact the Auto Ident
division at SICK AG or visit the SICK Web site at www.sick.com.
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1.4
Symbols Used
In order to gain easier access, certain information on this document are emphasised as
follows:
NOTICE
Notice!
Indicates a potential risk of damage or impairment on the functionality of the LD-PeCo.
WARNING
Warning notice!
A warning notice indicates a real or a potential danger. It should protect you against
accidents.
The safety symbol next to the warning notice indicates the cause of the accident. e.g. due
to electricity. The warning levels (CAUTION, WARNING, DANGER) indicate the seriousness of
the risk.
¾
Read and follow the warning notices carefully.
Reference
Italic script denotes a reference for further information.
Important
This important note informs you about specific features.
Explanation
Recommendation
Default settings
BAUD RATE
An explanation provides background knowledge of technical nature.
Recommendations provide advice on how to carry out a task more effectively.
Default settings are highlighting a section in which the default factory settings are listed.
This script is used for terms found in the user interface of the PeCo Setup configuration
software.
This symbol highlights a section that describes what steps are involved in using the PeCo
Setup configuration software.
This symbol indicates supplementary technical documentation.
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There is a procedure which needs to be carried out. This symbol indicates operational
instructions which only contain one operational step or operational steps in warning notices
which do not have to be followed in any particular order.
Operational instructions comprising several steps are denoted using consecutive numbers.
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2
Safety Information
This chapter deals with your safety and operator safety in the operational area.
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Read this chapter carefully before using the LD-PeCo.
2.1
Safety Standards
The LD-PeCo was designed and manufactured considering a hazard analysis and in
accordance with carefully selected harmonized standards, as well as other technical
specifications. As a result, the LD-PeCo meets the current technical requirements.
The recognized technical regulations were applied and observed during the development
and the production. The quality standard is ensured by a certified quality management
system to DIN EN ISO 9001: 2000 during the development and the production at SICK AG.
Users who operate the device correctly will be sufficiently protected, if they observe all the
safety information supplied in these operating instructions.
2.2
Authorized users
For correct and safe functioning, the LD-PeCo must be installed, operated and maintained
by sufficiently qualified staff.
NOTICE
Repairs on the LD-PeCo are only allowed to be carried out by qualified and authorised
SICK AG service staff.
The following qualifications are required for different activities:
Tasks
Qualification
Installation, maintenance
– Practical technical training
– Knowledge of current health and safety regulations at the
work-place
Electrical installation,
replacing the device
– Practical electrical training
– Knowledge of current electrical safety regulations
Startup and configuration
– Basic knowledge of the WindowsTM operating system
– Basic knowledge of data transfer
Processing Measured Values in IT Systems
– Knowledge of programming applications
Tab. 2-1:
2.3
Required qualification for starting up the LD-PeCo
Intended Use
The LD-PeCo is a non-contact people counter designed for stand-alone operation in
commercial and light industrial environments as well as the residential environment.
The variant LD-PeCo3100 with integrated heater can be operated in areas requiring a high
protection class and/or where ambient temperature drops to –25 °C.
It is ideal for determining and analyzing visitor flows in shopping centers, department
stores, or event centers and can also be used for building control purposes (e.g. controlling
the air conditioning). The LD-PeCo outputs count data via the data interface as well as count
pulses via its switching outputs. The counting data for incoming and outgoing persons
depend on the moving direction.
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Important
Annulment of the manufacturer warranty!
The warranty will be lost if there are amendments on the unit, e.g. opening the housing (for
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 the housing of the internal laser measurement system), or during
mounting and electrical installation or in case of amending the SICK-Software.
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Only operate the LD-PeCo, depending on type, in ambient air temperature limit (see
Chapter 9 Technical Data, Page 93).
The LD-PeCo operator must ensure that:
Important
•
The device is only implemented in accordance with the named specifications and
environmental conditions (see Chapter 9.2, Page 94 respectively Chapter 9.3, Page
95).
•
The country-specific operating standards and guidelines are taken into account for
application.
•
The device is fully operational when in use.
•
Safety and warning labels attached to the device must not be removed or covered. They
must also be readable at all times.
•
The operating instructions are kept on site in good condition and authorized personnel
are proven to be sufficiently qualified.
Annulment of the manufacturer warranty!
The housing screws of the laser measurement system in the LD-PeCo5,5 and LD-PeCo15
as well as the housing screws of the LD-PeCo3100 are sealed.
Damaging the seals and opening the components will result in an annulment of the
manufacturer warranty. The components are only permitted to be opened by qualified and
authorised SICK AG service staff.
2.4
Operating Reliability
The LD-PeCo carries out self-tests continuously in order to ensure a high degree of
operational reliability. Independent test routines monitor all the main components.
2.5
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General Safety Information and Protective Measures
Read the general safety information thoroughly and observe it at all times when using
the LD-PeCo. In addition, observe the warnings provided in these operating
instructions.
2.5.1
Correct Use
WARNING
The LD-PeCo is NOT a device for protecting persons as defined by current machine safety
standards.
2.5.2
Important
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Electrical Installation work
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Electrical installation should only be carried out by qualified staff.
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Connect or release current linkages only under de-energised conditions.
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Wire cross-sections and their correct fuse protection have to be selected and implemented according to the valid engineering standards.
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2.5.3
Laser Safety
CAUTION
Laser Radiation!
The LD-PeCo uses a class 1 (eye safe) infrared laser beam.
The laser beam is invisible to the human eye!
Caution — use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
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Do not open the housing of the laser measurement system in the LD-PeCo5,5/
LD-PeCo15 (opening the housing does not interrupt the laser beam).
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Observe the laser safety standards (latest version)
Increased laser radiation if the scanner head is broken!
The scanner head of the LD-PeCo is fitted with rupture points to protect the internal
workings in the event of a serious impact.
If the scanner head is broken off, the LD-PeCo will be laser class 1M.
Rotating scanner head
Fig. 2-1:
Scanner head of the LD-PeCo
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Do not look into the open outlet aperture of the laser beam even not with optical
instruments.
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Switch off the device immediately and ensure that it cannot be restarted.
Laser Power
The laser operates with a wave length of λ = 905 nm (invisible infrared light).
The product is classified in laser class 1 in accordance with EN/IEC 60825-1.
Under normal circumstances, the emitted beam poses no risk to the eyes or skin.
Important
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2.6
Quick Stop and Quick Restart
The device does not have a separate switch for the power supply. Therefore, in applications
with more than one LD-PeCo all the devices can be switched on and off centrally by means
of a suitable equipment (e.g. user installed power switch).
2.6.1
¾
Switch off the power supply by disconnecting the device from the supply system.
2.6.2
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Important
Switching off the LD-PeCo
Switching on the LD-PeCo again
Switch on the power supply.
When the LD-PeCo is switched on, it uses the values from the last parameter set that
was stored permanent previously.
Avoid starting the LD-PeCo and the connected PC/host simultaneously.
2.7
Environmental information
The LD-PeCo has been designed to be as environmentally friendly as possible.
2.7.1
Power Consumption
With 24 V DC, the LD-PeCo consumes the following power:
Operation
Power consumption
Switching on
Typical 36 W (1.5 A)
Heating (only LD-PeCo3100) Additional max. 144 W (6 A)
Scanner head starts to
rotate
Typical 50.5 W (2.1 A)
Continuous operation
Typical 12 W (0.5 A) when switching outputs are not connected
Continuous operation
Additional max. 24 W (1 A) if two switching outputs are charged by a
load, max. 12 W (0.5 A) if only one switching output is used
Tab. 2-2:
2.7.2
Power consumption of the LD-PeCo
Disposal After Removal from Service
SICK AG does not currently accept unusable or irreparable devices.
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Dispose unusable or irreparable devices in an environmentally-sound manner in accordance with the applicable country-specific waste disposal regulations.
The LD-PeCo is constructed in such a way that the components can be separated into
recyclable secondary raw material and special waste (electronic waste).
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3
Product Description
This chapter describes the design, the features and the functions of the LD-PeCo.
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3.1
Please, read this chapter for the installation, electrical installation and startup assistance of the LD-PeCo as well as for the configuration of the device using the PeCo Setup
configuration software prior to carrying out any of the tasks.
Design of the unit
The LD-PeCo People Counter consists of a LD-OEM1000 laser measurement system and a
construction of mirrors and a connectivity. The components are, depending on the type,
integrated in two different robust housings. The mirror construction and the both openings
(viewing windows) in the housings are used to generate two, for the human eye invisible,
fan-shaped light curtains. At each window, the laser beam of the light curtain exits and the
reflected light enters again. In order to count from above the unit has to be mounted over
the location, the openings are directed downwards. The unit provides a RS 422 interface as
well as two digital switching outputs (active low).
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
To access the connection board with terminals, the cover of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
housing (IP 40) can be opened with the assistance of 5 quick release clamps (Fig. 3-1,
Page 18). On the rear of the unit there are two PG 11 conduit threads and a hinged foot
together with a pipe for mounting the unit at the wall or ceiling of a room. A corresponding
tube fastening system is contained in the scope of delivery. The 4 LEDs at the laser
measurement system in the housing-inside are giving information about the status and the
condition of the switching outputs during the setup and the inspection. The two viewing
windows in the cover consist of plastic.
LD-PeCo3100
The variant LD-PeCo3100 with integrated heater is designed for the operation in areas,
where a high enclosure rating (IP 67), and/or ambient operating temperatures down to
–25 °C (–13 °F) are required. The electrical connection is done via a Harting plug-in
connection. The unit does not have any accessible LEDs. By the means of 4 screw threadsockets at the rear-side and available mounting accessories, the LD-PeCo3100 can be
mounted at flat surfaces (walls, ceilings, beams) or at vertical tubes. The two viewing
windows consist of glass. The counting system works after switching on the supply voltage
for the electronics independently from the heater. However, the unit only works reliably at
deep environment temperatures, if an inside temperature of minimum 0 °C (+32 °F) is
reached. The warm-up time of the appliance amounts approximately 90 min at an ambient
operating temperatures of –25°C (–13 °F). The heater cyclically switches on and off
controlled by a two-point-regulator.
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3.1.1
View of LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
1
7
6
2
3
4
5
8
bm
Scanner head
Laser measurement
system in the LD-PeCo
bl
9
LEDs
COUNT IN (yellow)
COUNT OUT (yellow)
FUNCTION (green)
ERROR (red)
Legend:
1
2
3
4
Fig. 3-1:
18
Clamps (5 x)
Viewing window (beam A)
Viewing window (beam B)
Terminal board (power supply,
RS 422 interface)
5
6
7
8
Laser measurement system
9
4 x LED (status displays)
Pivot with rod clamp
bl
Light emission/receiving
window of LD-OEM1000
bm
9-pin D Sub connection of the
interface adapter
PG 11 conduit threads (2 x)
Rotating scanner head
Design of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
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3.1.2
View of LD-PeCo3100
1
2
3
4
6
5
7
Legend:
8
6
Scan A
Fig. 3-2:
Scan B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
20-pin Harting plug-in connection
Window (Scan B)
Window (Scan A)
Mounting thread M8 x 9 mm (4 x)
20-pin Harting plug (multipoint)
Mounting thread M4 x 12 mm (4 x)
for protection tube (planned)
Dry agent cartridge
Name plate
Design of the LD-PeCo3100
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3.1.3
Versions
The LD-PeCo is available in the following versions:
Order-No.
Type
Interface
Enclosure
rating
Heater
Operating ambient temperature
1023382
LD-PeCo5,5
RS 422
IP 40
no
0 to +40 °C (+32 to +104 °F)
1023383
LD-PeCo15
RS 422
IP 40
no
0 to +40 °C (+32 to +104 °F)
1044564
LD-PeCo3100
RS 422
IP 67
yes
–25 to +50 °C (–13 to +122 °F)
Tab. 3-1:
3.2
Versions of the LD-PeCo
Scope of delivery
The scope of delivery of the LD-PeCo consist of the following components, depending on the
version:
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
Pcs.
Component
1
LD-PeCo People Counter in the ordered version
1
Pipe clamping system
For mounting the LD-PeCo
1
Notes to device with electrical connection diagram and quick start for the first information
Attached to the shipping box of the
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
1
CD-ROM "Manuals & Software LD-PeCo"
Tab. 3-2:
Remark
Scope of delivery of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
LD-PeCo3100:
Pcs
Component
1
LD-PeCo3100 People Counter
1
Plug (20-pin female multi-point)
1
Notes to device with electrical connection diagram and quick start for the first information
1
CD-ROM "Manuals & Software LD-PeCo"
Tab. 3-3:
Remark
Attached to the shipping box of the
LD-PeCo3100
Scope of delivery of the LD-PeCo3100
Chapter 10.2 Order information, Page 100 gives an overview about available mounting
accessories, cables and laser detectors.
3.2.1
Important
•
PeCo Setup: configuration software for standard PC (WindowsTM)
•
LD-PeCo operating instructions: PDF version in German or English
•
Acrobat Reader: Freely available PC software for reading PDF files
The latest versions of all current publications/programs on the CD-ROM can also be
downloaded from www.sick.com.
3.2.2
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Contents of the CD-ROM "Manuals & Software LD-PeCo"
Scope of pipe clamping system
•
1 x hinged foot
•
1 x pipe
•
1 x safety cord
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3.3
System Requirements
General system requirements are derived from the data sheet of the LD-PeCo (see
Chapter 9 Technical Data, Page 93).
The requirements and conditions for the Installation, Electrical installation and Startup and
Configuration are summarised in the respective chapters.
3.3.1
Product Features and Functions (Overview)
Feature
Characteristics
General benefits of the system
• It reliably counts several persons moving side by side and one after the other.
• It determines the moving direction of the persons.
• It is vandalism proofed because it is located beyond reach.
Safety and user-friendliness
• Laser class 1 (the laser diode is switched off if problems arise with the laser beam).
• LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Enclosure rating IP40 for indoor applications at ambient temperatures above 0°C (+32 °F).
• LD-PeCo3100: Enclosure rating IP67 for the operation in areas, where a high enclosure rating
and/or environment temperatures down to –25°C (–13 °F) are required.
• Future compatible with firmware update via the serial data interface (Flash PROM).
• Low power consumption.
Simple operation/parametrisation • Configuration with the PeCo Setup configuration software for Windows.
Operating modes
• Setup: step-by-step configuration of the LD-PeCo.
• Maintenance: control and optimization of a working LD-PeCo.
• Counter Reading: count data display, reset and logging.
Result output
• Via data interface.
• Via switching outputs/LEDs.
Electrical interfaces
• Power supply (24 V DC).
• 2 switching outputs (Count IN, Count OUT).
• RS 422 data interface, fixed to: 19,200 Bd, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity.
Connection method
• LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: All the connections via a terminal board (10-pin terminal block).
• LD-PeCo3100: All the connections via a 20-pin plug-in connection.
• Special setup cables (data/power supply) to configure the system.
Tab. 3-4:
Product Features and Functions (Overview)
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3.3.2
Applications
The LD-PeCo is used for counting people.
The data collected can be processed externally to determine and analyze visitor flows in
shopping centers, department stores, or event centers and it can also be used for building
control purposes (e.g. controlling the air conditioning).
Tab. 3-5 shows some typical for applications.
Applications
Tasks/deployment
General
• Recording attendance.
Building management
• Controlling air-conditioning systems
• Signals for alarm systems
• Access control
Department stores / shopping centers
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
People flows within a building (number of visitors to different departments)
Scheduling sales staff according to requirements
Conversion rates (performance of sales staff)
Measuring the effectiveness of promotions
Visitor behaviour (from browser to buyer)
Increasing the value of an establishment in relation to the number of visitors
Comparing different shopping centers (expenditure/number of visitors)
Airports
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Counting people in public areas
Counting people in sanitation facilities (cleaning)
Counting people in baggage collection/immigration area
Counting people in inspection and control zones
Counting authorized personnel in restricted areas
Counting people in the passenger bridges
Distribution of people in large-capacity aircraft
Managing parking areas
Stations
•
•
•
•
•
•
Overall determination of daily, monthly, and yearly passenger flows
Determining zones with low and high frequency of visitors
Determining the influence of internal and external events
Ratio of travellers/accompanying persons/visitors
Managing parking areas
Improving punctuality by eliminating bottlenecks
Tab. 3-5:
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3.4
Operating Principle
The LD-PeCo is used for the non-contact, direction-dependent counting of people and
groups in buildings or outdoor from above.
Important
The describtion of operation takes place in accordance of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15,
however it is also valid for the LD-PeCo3100.
Persons are counted using laser beams emitted from an LD-OEM1000 laser measurement
system and a mirror construction to form two light curtains (fans).
Under normal circumstances, these two light curtains stand vertical to the movement
directions of the persons and build together the count area.
y
x
z
Moving directions of
the persons
Plain of
count area
Fig. 3-3:
Measuring principle of the LD-PeCo (schematic) and used coordinated system
Whereas only one light curtain enables you to determine the presence of a person in the
sensing area (as with a light barrier), two light curtains enable you to determine the direction
in which a person is moving as well.
Fig. 3-4:
Measuring principle of the LD-PeCo with two light curtains A and B
A person is only getting counted when he or she has interrupted and left both light curtains
in one moving direction. Depending on the direction, there are incoming (IN) and outgoing
(OUT) persons.
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Fig. 3-5:
Counting more than one person simultaneously in the count area
With measurements taken from above as well as object formation with tracking, more than
one person (max. 56 per second) moving in different directions, behind each other or side
by side, can be detected and counted simultaneously in the count area.
When configuring the LD-PeCo, you can define the size and the width of the persons to be
counted, suppress disturbant objects in the count area (stationary objects or carried by the
persons), limit the count area as well as inverse the count direction (Fig. 3-6).
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
A
Fig. 3-6:
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LD-PeCo3100
B
A
B
IN = Movement direction from Scan A to Scan B
IN = Movement direction from Scan A to Scan B
OUT = Movement direction from Scan B to Scan A
OUT = Movement direction from Scan B to Scan A
Selectable count directions of the LD-PeCo (default setting: IN = from Scan A to Scan B)
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3.4.1
Switching outputs
The LD-PeCo provides two switching outputs (Count IN, Count OUT). They are assigned to
incoming and outgoing persons dependent on the selectable count direction.
For each person counted, the switching outputs send a clock pulse with a duration of
8.9 ms, which is followed by a 8.9 ms pause. This results in a maximum count rate of
56 persons/s in each direction. The external power supply is present as rest potential (high)
in the inactive state and in the active state it will switch to ground (low).
If you change the IN count direction of the LD-PeCo, the assignment of the switching outputs
of the incoming and outgoing persons will be inverted (Count IN switches to Count OUT and
reverse). This also applies to the CountIn and CountOut data on the data interface.
3.4.2
Data Interface
The LD-PeCo outputs the count data via the RS 422 data interface on request.
The data structure and the procedure of the data communication in assistance with the
Service Codes are described in Chapter 10.5 Data Communication via RS 422 Interface,
Page 105.
3.5
Displays and Controls
3.5.1
Controls
Switched on the first time, the LD-PeCo does not start counting immediately because it
needs to become familiar with the surroundings of its vision areas (outline).
Once done, the LD-PeCo starts automatically in the count mode.
The LD-PeCo is operated with the PeCo Setup configuration software (running on PC) via the
data interface to configure the parameters and to display the actual count results.
If a PC/host is connected to the LD-PeCo the following sequence must be carried out:
1. Switch on the LD-PeCo, 2. connect the PC to LD-PeCo, 3. switch on the PC.
Important
Avoid starting the LD-PeCo and the connected PC/host simultaneously.
Chapter 6.3.3, Page 55 explains how to install the PeCo Setup PC software. The procedure
for operating the user interface is described in Chapter 6.4.2, Page 55.
3.5.2
Function of the LEDs (LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 only)
Four LEDs indicate the current operating status, the status of the continuous self-test, and
the switching of both switching outputs (dependent on count direction).
The LEDs (Fig. 3-7) are located on the front of the laser measurement system. You can only
see the LEDs when the cover of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 is opened.
COUNT IN (yellow 1)
COUNT OUT (yellow 2)
FUNCTION (green)
ERROR (red)
Fig. 3-7:
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COUNT IN
(yellow 1)
COUNT OUT
(yellow 2)
FUNCTION
(green)
ERROR
(red)
Meaning
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
The device is switched off.
No power supply.
ON
ON
ON
ON
LED test for 1 s after switch-on.
All switching outputs are active.
OFF
OFF
flashes
slowly
OFF
Device is ready for operation.
All switching outputs are inactive.
In count mode, the LED flashes more quickly.
ON (briefly)
OFF
flashes
quickly
OFF
Count IN: the LED flashes one time per counted incoming person
(IN count direction: from scan A to scan B)
OFF
ON (briefly)
flashes
quickly
OFF
Count OUT: the LED flashes one time per counted outgoing person
(IN count direction: from scan A to scan B)
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
An error has occured in the device.
Troubleshooting see Chapter 8 Troubleshooting, Page 89.
Tab. 3-6:
Meaning of the LEDs inside of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
Important
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If you change the IN count direction to „IN: from scan B to scan A“, the function of the LEDs
COUNT IN and COUNT OUT will be inverted. COUNT OUT signals then incoming persons,
COUNT IN signals outgoing persons. This applies also to the switching outputs and the data
output. Observe this condition when wiring the switching outputs or when processing the
count data externally via the data interface.
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4
Installation
This chapter describes the installation sequences for the LD-PeCo.
4.1
Overview of the Installation Steps
The typical installation sequences are listed below:
Important
•
Select the mounting location for the LD-PeCo.
•
Install and adjust the LD-PeCo.
Annulment of the manufacturer warranty!
This laser measurement system inside the housing of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 must not
be opened. Do not open the housing of the LD-PeCo3100. By opening the unit, a
guarantee-claim towards the SICK AG expires.
4.2
Preparations for Installation
The general requirements should be observed for installation:
•
Typical space requirement: application-specific
•
Stable mounting holder with sufficent load capacity and matching sizes for the LD-PeCo
(Chapter 9.4 Dimensional drawings, Page 96)
•
The alignment of the LD-PeCo for the x, y, and z axis must be adjustable
•
Free view of the LD-PeCo to the counting area
•
Do not expose the LD-PeCo to direct sunlight (protection roof)
•
No installation beyond shining glass-grounds or stainless-steel-grounds
•
Disruption and vibration-free mounting
Following tools are required for the mounting:
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
•
4 screws M6 with washers and securing disks for secure mounting of the included pipe
clamping system (hinged foot) at the ceiling or wall. Screw length dependent on the
wall-thickness of the base. The pipe clamping system uses tubes with a diameter of
30 mm (1.18 in).
LD-PeCo3100:
•
4 screws M8 with washers and securing disks for secure mounting of the LD-PeCo3100
on a mounting holder. The maximum depth of the screw at the LD-PeCo3100 is 9 mm
(0.35 in).
All LD-PeCo:
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Tools
•
Scan finder (no. 6020756), is not included in the delivery
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4.2.1
•
The components prepared for installation
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 People Counter, weight approx. 6 kg (13.2 lb)
– or –
•
LD-PeCo3100 People Counter, weight approx. 8.5 kg (18.7 lb)
4.3
Mounting and adjustment accessories
4.3.1
Mounting accessories for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
The LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 will be installed by the means of a pipe clamping system (in
the scope of delivery included). It consists of:
–
Hinged foot no. 4039006 for mounting at the ceiling, the wall or on a beam
–
Mounting pipe no. 5311055 (Length = 130 mm (5.12 in), diameters = 30 mm (1.18 in)
–
Safety cord no. 1025633 with security-rope and carbines
Fig. 4-1 show the hinged foot for installation of the mounting surface. The opposite hinged
foot is at the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15.
Fig. 4-1:
Hinged foot of the pipe clamping system for the mounting of LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
The dimensions of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 including the pipe clamping system shows
Fig. 9-1, Page 96.
The mounting pipe, carabiners and the safety cord can be ordered as accessories (see
Chapter 10.2.2 Accessories, Page 100).
4.3.2
Mounting accessories for LD-PeCo3100
The LD-PeCo3100 contains at the rear-side 4 threat-socket M9 and will be fastened by the
means of 4 screws M9 (see Fig. 9-2, Page 97).
The adjustment holder no. 2018303 for the LD-PeCo3100 or the mast holder no. 2018304
are available as accessories.
Important
The mounting accessories are not included in the scope of delivery and must be ordered
separately.
Adjustment holder no. 2018303
The adjustment holder (Fig. 4-2) with 4 selfsecuring screws are designed for direct
mounting of the LD-PeCo3100 onto a flat surface (e.g. holder). By the long-holes of the
adjustment holder the tilting of the LD-PeCo3100 in two axes is possible within ± 7.5°. The
holder is applicable indoor as well as outdoor.
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Fig. 4-2:
Adjustment holder no. 2018303 for installation of LD-PeCo3100 onto a surface
The dimension of the adjustment holder shows Fig. 10-1, Page 102 in the Appendix.
Mast holder no. 2018304
The mast holder no. 2018304 allows in combination with the above adjustment holder no.
2018303 the mounting of the LD-PeCo3100 at a horizontal pipe. The area of tilting of the
adjustment holder remains in the two axes.
For the installation onto the mast, two steel-instep-ribbons with corresponding locks should
be used. A pipe diameter of approximately 70 to 140 mm (2.76 to 5.51 in) (resulting length
of an instep-bond, cirumferential U = p x d): 200 to 440 mm (7 .87 to 17.32 in) is reasonable
without excess end for the lock. A drilling in the pole (10 mm (0.39 in)) fits the leading-tip of
the adjustment holder. The mast holder is applicable indoor as well as outdoor.
See also Chapter 10.2.2 Accessories, Page 100.
Additional requirement:
adjustment holder no. 2018303
Fig. 4-3:
Adjustment holder no. 2018304 for mounting the LD-PeCo3100 on a pipe.
For the dimensions of mast holder see Fig. 10-2, Page 102.
4.3.3
Scan finder (laser detector)
The scan finder, which is available as an accessory (which is not included in the delivery),
helps you to align the LD-PeCo during installation.
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Switch the scan finder to measuring mode. To do so, press the green button.
2.
Hold the scan finder with the active receiving surface in the area to which the laser
beam will most likely be diverted. As soon as the infrared laser beam strikes the active
receiving surface, an acoustic and optical signal results.
3.
This enables you to determine the shape of the scanned area of both light curtains.
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2
1
3
Legend:
1 Active receiver area
2
3
Fig. 4-4:
30
LC display
Green button (main switch)
Scan finder (no. 6020756)
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4.4
Conditions for mounting
4.4.1
Distance between the LD-PeCo and Flow of Persons
The LD-PeCo is depending on the type designed for different mounting heights:
•
LD-PeCo5,5: between 2.5 m (8.2 ft) and 5.5 m (18.0 ft))
•
LD-PeCo15: between 5.5 m (18.0 ft) and 15 m (49.2 ft))
•
LD-PeCo3100: between 3.0 m (9.8 ft) and 15 m (49.2 ft))
Further structural amendments may be necessary if the flow of persons to be counted is not
sufficiently aligned in the count area.
The working width WO of the optimal scanning range can be determined using the following
formula:
working width = (h minus 2 m) x 2 = (h minus 6.56 ft) x 2
where "h" is determined by the mounting height (Fig. 4-5)
Fig. 4-5:
Estimating the working width
In addition, requirements regarding the mean statistical behaviour of persons who pass
through the count area also have to be observed:
–
The persons have to pass through the count area without changing the direction or
speed.
The persons should avoid standing in a particular zone for a longer period of time.
–
The persons have to pass through the entire count area within the working width.
–
Persons passing through closely behind each other must maintain a certain distance
from each other that is equal to at least the distance between the two light curtains.
Outside of the optimal counting area the accuracy is limted.
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4.4.2
Installing Two LD-PeCo People Counters
If the potential working width of the LD-PeCo is not sufficient because the mounting location
is too low, a second system can be installed in parallel (Fig. 4-6).
Important
To prevent faults or double counts, use the Ymin and Ymax range limits of both systems to set
the operating range of the LD-PeCos in such a way that no points of intersection exist (see
Chapter 6.5.5 "Step 4" Dialog Box, Page 63).
If necessary, use a mounting offset between both systems in moving direction of the
persons (Fig. 4-7).
Ymin 1
Important
Ymax1
Ymin 2
Ymax 2
Fig. 4-6:
Installation example: Front view of 2 parallel LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
Fig. 4-7:
Installation example: Top view of 2 parallel LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 (offset)
The count results of the two parallel operating systems will not be summarized but will be
provided as count pulses on two switching outputs each. Each of the two data interfaces
output the data separately.
4.4.3
Controlling the Flow of Persons
The accuracy of the LD-PeCo decreases in the following situations:
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Persons who remain in certain groups within the count area.
–
A crowd standing or going very close behind or next to each other.
–
Persons who enter the count area from the side (Fig. 4-8, Page 33).
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a) Problem: Entering the count area from the side
b) Solution: Controlling the flow of persons
Fig. 4-8:
Important
Example: Methods to avoid the entering of the count area from the side (top view)
When people enter the count area from the side, the direction of movement cannot be
determined clearly.
¾
Depending on the situation, ensure that the flow of people moves in one direction only.
4.4.4
Installation in front of swinging doors
In the vicinity of single or double doors (in front or behind), the LD-PeCo must be installed
in a sufficient distance to the door(s), so that both light curtains do not scan the door.
The doors may not penetrate the count area when opening, otherwise this may result in an
inaccurate count data when people enter simultaneously.
Special case:
After opening, the doors will always be fixed in a defined position. The LD-PeCo detects the
doors while learning the outline and will suppress them later for the object tracking in the
count area. Only during opening and fixing the doors, e. g. to let a big flow of people pass
the area, it may result in an inaccurate count data when people enter simultaneously.
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4.5
Mounting and Adjusting the Device
The LD-PeCo can only be installed horizontally.
The power supply must be switched off.
Important
Install the safety cord after mounting the LD-PeCo.
4.5.1
Coordinate System and Angles of Rotation
y
x axis
x
z
y axis
Plain of
count area
Fig. 4-9:
z axis
Coordinate system used by LD-PeCo and angles of rotation in the axises
Angle of roll:
The angle of roll is defined as the rotation around the x axis. With the LD-PeCo, this is the
rotational axis of the scanner head.
During installation, you must ensure that the device is mounted without a roll angle to the
plain of the count area (ground).
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
Install the pivot for mounting to ceilings or walls in such a way, that the rotatable joint on
the pivot is at right angles to the scanning direction.
Sloping floors in the scanning direction can be taken into account by rotating the LD-PeCo
in this joint that the angle of roll is zero.
Angle of pitch:
The angle of pitch is defined as the rotation around the y axis. The angle of pitch of the
LD-PeCo is zero when the device measures vertically downwards.
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
The angle of pitch can be adjusted using the joint on the pivot of the LD-PeCo.
Angle of yaw:
The angle of yaw is defined as the rotation around the z axis.
The angle of yaw must be checked during installation. To do so, you have to determine the
coverage of the light curtains on the ground with the help of a scan finder. The light curtains
should project vertically to the movement direction of people.
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
For the angle of yaw settings the LD-PeCo can be rotated at the pipe clamping systems.
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4.5.2
Mounting of LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
CAUTION
Risk of injury by dropping components!
The weight of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 is approx. 6 kg (13.2 lb).
Important
¾
Perform the installation by 2 persons. One person secures, the second person installs
the device.
1.
Prepare the installation of the pipe clamping system (hinged food), as described in
Chapter 4.3.1 Mounting accessories for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15, Page 28.
2.
Insert screws with washers into the 4 drilling holes of the pivot, screw into the base and
tighten securely. The position of the joint must allow an adjustment of the unit in x axis
(rolling angle).
3.
Insert the mounting pipe into the shaft of the joint and secure it by the clamping screw.
4.
Attach the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 with the shaft of the joint (rear) onto the mounting
pipe and secure it by the clamping screw.
5.
Adjust the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 according Chapter 4.5.1 Coordinate System and
Angles of Rotation, Page 34. For this loosen the screws of the shaft of the joint only until a movement becomes possible.
6.
After mounting and alignment of the LD-PeCo install the attached safety cord. For this
latch both carabiner hooks of the secure ropes into the drillings of drilling hole of the
opposite joint.
4.5.3
Mount LD-PeCo3100
CAUTION
Risk of personal injury by dropping components!
The weight of the LD-PeCo3100 is approx. 8.5 kg (18.7 lb).
¾
Perform installation only by 2 persons. One person secures, the second person installs
the device.
NOTICE
Risk of damaging the unit!
The maximum thread depth of the 4 thread-sockets M8 at the rear-side of the unit is 9 mm
(0.35 in). Longer screw may damage the unit.
¾
Use screws with matching length.
1.
Prepare base for the mounting of the adjustment holder/mast holder, as described in
Chapter 4.3.2 Mounting accessories for LD-PeCo3100, Page 28.
Adjustment holder:
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Stick self locking screw through the 4 threads of the base of the holder and screw them
into blind hole tapped threads of the LD-PeCo3100 and tighten it securely.
3.
Stick screws with washers und retaining lockers from the inside through the 4 slotted
holes of the movable part of the holder and screw them into the mounting base. Tighten
it slightly to allow an adjustment of z axis (yawing angle).
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Mast holder:
4.
Put self locking screws through the 4 holes in the base of the holder and screw them
into thread sockets of the LD-PeCo3100 and tighten securely.
5.
Attach mast holder by the means of the 3 self locking screws onto the movable part of
the holder from the bottom. Install the leading tip for the drilling hole of the tube onto
the middle screw.
6.
Install the unit including holders by the means of two steel tightening straps and two
steel tightening strap locks on the mast.
Screws of
mast holder
Side screws of
adjustment holder
Fig. 4-10:
Mast holder
Adjustment
holder
Installing the LD-PeCo3100 with the adjustment holder/mast holder on the pipe
Both holders:
7.
Adjust the LD-PeCo3100 according to the following chapter. Loosen the 4 screws at the
side of the holder, until a tilting of the y axis (nick angle) is possible. If the mast holder
is installed additionally, loosen both outside screws to allow a tilting in the z axis (yaw
angle).
8.
Tighten all screws after the alignment.
4.5.4
Aligning the LD-PeCo
¾
First adjust the angles of pitch and yaw to zero by eye.
¾
Avoid an angle of roll or an angle of pitch by placing a spirit-level on the housing.
Check the correct alignment to zero.
You can only check the angle of roll accurately by evaluating the LD-PeCo profile
measurement (see Chapter 6.5.4 "Step 3" Dialog Box, Page 60 Setup). When doing so, you
should also use a scan finder to ensure that the two light curtains are parallel (angle of yaw
to zero).
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Correct installation,
possible alignment in 2 axis
Fig. 4-11:
Wrong installation,
possible alignment only in 1 axis
Mind the correct orientation of the hinged foot, to make an alignment of the
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 possible.
False ceiling
Correct installation
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Opening of false ceiling is too small
Fig. 4-12:
During the installation of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 under a false ceiling check the
clearance of the pipe.
Fig. 4-13:
Align the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 with a spirit-level.
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4.6
¾
Disassembling the device
Switch-off the supply voltage of the LD-PeCo.
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
1.
Open the five clamps of the cover and remove the cover.
2.
Remove the wires from the terminals and retract the cable through the PG 11 conduit
threads.
3.
Remove the saftey cord from the hinged foot of the LD-PeCo.
4.
Loosen the clamp of the LD-PeCo and remove the unit from the pipe clamping system.
LD-PeCo3100:
1.
Loosen the Harting connector at the rear-side of the housing and pull it off.
2.
Remove the LD-PeCo3100 from the holder.
4.6.1
Storage
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
NOTICE
Damage of the material!
Inappropriate storage could damage the material of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15. Humidity
could affect the optical components.
¾
Prepare unit for the storage.
For the storage of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 proceed as follows:
•
Storage temperature –20 to +80 °C (–4 to +176 °F)
•
Rel. humidty 5 to 85 %, not condensing
1.
Dry LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 carefully.
2.
Do not store the unit in airtight containers, so that the available remaining humidity
could exhaust.
3.
If possible, use the original transport package (see Fig. 4-14).
Fig. 4-14:
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Electrical installation
5.1
Important
Overview of installation steps
Electrical installation must be performed by qualified staff.
The following list provides an overview of a typical installation sequence:
•
Connect the LD-PeCo to a 24 V DC power supply.
•
Connect the switching outputs (application dependent).
•
Connect the PC temporarily (for configuration).
•
Connect the data interface for operation (application dependent).
Once the electrical installation has been completed, the start up and configuration of the
LD-PeCo follows (see Chapter 6 Startup and Configuration, Page 53).
5.2
Electrical installation preparations
The following general requirements should be observed for the electrical installation:
5.2.1
Requirements for all LD-PeCo
Power supply, switching outputs, data output
•
A 24 V DC ± 15 % power supply generated in accordance with IEC 60364-4-41.
Minimum power output: 55 W.
In case of using of typical power supply unit with a nominal voltage of 24 V DC ± 5 %
following maximum length of cables for power supply are permitted:
Wire cross-section
Length of cable
0.25 mm2 (24 AWG)
5 m (16.4 ft)
0.5 mm2 (20 AWG)
10 m (32.8 ft)
1.0 mm (18 AWG)
20 m (65.6 ft)
2
Tab. 5-1:
Wire cross-section and permitted cable length between LD-PeCo and power supply
•
For the connection of both switching outputs a 4-wire cable with a wire cross-section at
least 0.25 mm2 (24 AWG), at max. 50 m (164 ft) cable length at least 0.5 mm2 (20
AWG).
•
To connect the LD-PeCo to post-processing computing-system (application dependent)
use a shielded RS 422 data cable with open wires. Wire cross-section at least 0.25
mm2 (24 AWG).
Configuration using the PC
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Use a RS 422/RS-232 converter for the RS 232 interface of the PC, e.g. B&B Model
4WSD9R (information can be found at www.bb-elec.com).
•
Use a RS 232 interface data cable with pin assignment 1:1 for the connection of the
RS 422/RS 232 converter to the PC. The RS 232 interface of the PC provides the power
supply for this converter.
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5.2.2
Additional requirements for the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
Configuration with a PC
•
For the configuration of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 use a suitable data cable with
9-pin D Sub plug-in connections for the temporary connection of the PC to the RS 422
interface.
The setup cable 1 (no. 1025703) and alternatively the setup cable 3 (no. 1027214)
are available (see also Chapter 10.2 Order information, Page 100). These cables will
either be connected to the plug of the interface adapter temporarily or to the terminal
board of the device. The terminal alignment of the setup cables are dedicated to the
converter B&B Modell 4WSD9R .
For technical data of the cables refer to Tab. 10-3, Page 100, terminal alignment see
Fig. 5-12, Page 50 and Fig. 5-13, Page 51.
5.2.3
Additional requirements for LD-PeCo3100
Power supply:
•
In order to use the internal heater an additional power supply of 24 V DC (max. 6 V ripple), max. 6 A (cyclic) will be necessary.
–
A sufficient wire cross-section must be considered!
–
Consider the voltage drop on the supply cable at 6 A:
0.14 V/m at 1.5 mm2 (16 AWG)
The maximum wire cross-section of connectable cables on the terminals is 1.5 mm2
(0.06 in²).
Recommendation
Keep the length of the power supply for the heater as short as possible to reduce the
voltage drop. Check while in operation (electronics and heater activ) the dimensioning
of the power supply/wiring.
Configuration with the PC
•
To configure the LD-PeCo3100 connect a suitable data cable with a 20-pin Harting connector for a temporary connection of the PC to the RS 422 interface of the unit.
The setup cable no. 6032770 is available as an accessory (see Chapter 10.2 Order information, Page 100)
•
Connect the 15-pin D Sub connector of the setup cable by a user-installed adapter to a
RS 422/RS 232 converter (e.g. B&B Model 4WSD9R).
Following utilities are necessary for the electrical installation:
40
•
Tools
•
If necessary digital multimeter (current/voltage measurement)
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Electrical connection and cables
5.3.1
Principle of connection
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
LD-PeCo3100
Data interface: RS 422
Permanent connection: Host
(application depending)
Temporary connection: PC
(via RS 422/RS 232-converter)
24 V DC ± 15 % (all LD-PeCo)
Heater: 24 V DC/AC (LD-PeCo3100 only)
2 switching outputs:
- Count IN
- Count OUT
Fig. 5-1:
Principle of connection of the LD-PeCo
5.3.2
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
To attach the cable connection, you have to open the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 housing.
¾
Open the five clamps and remove the cover.
Terminal board of LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
The LD-PeCo is connected via the terminal board. The data, switching outputs and supply
connection cables can be routed to the device either together or seperately through the PG
11 conduit threads. When doing so, ensure that the power supply cable is sufficiently
dimensioned.
Terminal board
Fig. 5-2:
Terminal board of the LD-PeCo 5,5 /LD-PeCo 15
Cable diameter
The external diameter of a common cable is limited by the PG 11 conduit threads to a
maximum of 10 mm (0.39 in).
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5.3.3
LD-PeCo3100
The LD-PeCo3100 provides a 20-pin plug-in connection on the rear-side. The wiring of the
multi-point-socket of the connection takes place via the screw pins (max. wire cross-section
1.5 mm² (0.06 in²)). Unused conduit threads must be closed to protect it from dust and
water.
.
20-pin plug-in connection, plug removed
here
Fig. 5-3:
Electrical connection: Harting plug of the LD-PeCo3100
11
1
20
10
3 x PG 11 (metal) for cable diameter
5 to 12 mm (0.2 to 0.47 in)
Fig. 5-4:
42
Cover with 20-pin multi-point socket
(Inside view)
Housing of the 20-pin Harting connector (socket)
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Pin assignment of the connections
5.4.1
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
Electrical Connections (10-pin Terminal Block)
Pin
Signal
Interface
1
+24 VDC
Power supply (electronics)
2
GND
Ground
3
GND
Ground
4
Count IN
Switching output*)
5
5
Count OUT
Switching output*)
6
6
RX_Hi
RS 422
7
7
TX_Hi
RS 422
8
8
TxD/TX_Lo
RS 422
9
10
9
RxD/RX_Lo
RS 422
10
S-GND
Signal ground
1
2
3
4
*) Function depends on the selected count direction
Tab. 5-2:
5.4.2
LD-PeCo5,5/15: Terminal assignment of the 10-pin terminal block on the terminal board
LD-PeCo3100
Electrical connections (20-pin Harting plug-in connection)
Pin
Signal
Interface
1
24 V DC_HZG
Power supply (heater)
2
24 V DC
Power supply (electronics)
3
Count IN
Switching output*)
1
11
2
12
3
13
4
14
4
–
Do not assign
5
15
5
–
Do not assign
6
16
6
TD–
RS 422 (transmitter–)
7
17
7
TD+
RS 422 (transmitter+)
8
18
8
–
Do not assign
9
10
19
20
9
–
Do not assign
10
–
Do no assign
11
GND_HZG
Ground (heater)
12
GND
Ground (electronics)
13
Count OUT
Switching output*)
14
–
Do not assign
15
GND_Data
Ground data interface
16
RD–
RS 422 (receiver–)
17
RD+
RS 422 (receiver+)
18
–
Do not assign
19
–
Do not assign
20
–
Do not assign
Housing
Shield
–
*) Function depends on the selected count direction
Tab. 5-3:
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5.5
Performing electrical installation
¾
Connect or release current linkages only under de-energised conditions.
¾
Wire cross-sections and their correct fuse protection have to be selected and implemented according to the valid engineering standards.
¾
For data cables use only shielded cables (twisted pair).
¾
In order to prevent interference, do not place the data cable parallel with the power
supply and the motor cables over longer routes (e.g. in cable ducts).
¾
Place all cables in a secure way to avoid people tripping over them and to protect the
cables against damages.
¾
After the connecting work has been completed and the wiring has been carefully inspected, you can switch on the supply voltage for the LD-PeCo.
NOTICE
Requirements for protection class IP 40 and IP 67!
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 (IP 40):
To keep the protection class IP 40 of the laser measurement systems inside the housing,
the interface adapter must be screwed firmly. The interface connector must also be plugged
in and fixed.
LD-PeCo3100 (IP 67):
To keep the protection class IP 67 of the unit, the connector on rear-side must be tightend
securely. Check the presence of the sealing before installing the connector. The unused
conduit threads must be closed with blank covers.
5.5.1
Connection of the power supply
Conditions for the supply voltage
For the operation of the elelectronics the LD-PeCo needs a stabilised supply voltage of
24 V DC ± 15 % (protective extra-low-voltage according to the standard IEC 60364-4-41).
The protective extra-low-voltage can be generated by a power supply with safety
transformer.
Important
The output circuit of the power supply unit must be electrically separated against the input
circuit. It is usually generated with a safety transformer according to IEC 742.
The power supply/the external power supply has to deliver a permanent power during a load
on all switching outputs with a minimum of 55 W.
Important
If there is a too low cable dimension for the supply voltage (electronics), the scanner head
will not start up. Please note the permitted cable length in Tab. 5-1, Page 39.
Heater
In order to operate the internal heater, the LD-PeCo3100 requires in addition a supply
voltage 24 V DC/AC (max. 6 V ripple). The required wire cross-section has to be calculated
according to Chapter 5.2.3 Additional requirements for LD-PeCo3100, Page 40.
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Power consumption
The LD-PeCo consumes the following power :
Operation mode
Power consumption
Switch on
Typical 36 W (1.5 A)
Heater (LD-PeCo3100 only) Additional max. 144 W (6 A)
Start up scanner head
Typical 50.5 W (2.1 A)
Continious operation
Typical 12 W (0.5 A), if switching outputs are not connected
Continious operation
An additional power of max. 24 W (1 A) becomes necessary, if two
switching outputs are charged by a load. An additional power of max.
12 W (0.5 A), if only one switching output is used.
Tab. 5-4:
Important
Power consumption of the LD-PeCo
In order to safeguard the short circuit-/overload protection of the incoming supply cables,
the wire cross-sections have to be designed and protected according to the national
standards.
Connecting the Power Supply
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Important
Make sure that the power supply for the LD-PeCo is switched off.
For further installation works the power supply remains off!
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
1
2
3
1
1
2
3
4
Fig. 5-5:
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Terminal board
Screw for ground connection
10-pin terminal block
(power supply, RS 422 interface)
9-pin D Sub connection of the
interface adapter
4
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Structure of the terminal board
1.
Route the power supply cable (wire cross-section: at least 1 mm2 (18 AWG)), max.
length 20 m (65.6 ft)) through the PG 11 conduit thread on the rear-side of the device.
2.
Connect the wires to the 10-pin terminal block according to Fig. 5-6, Page 46.
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24 V DC Electronics
GND Power supply
Fig. 5-6:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
24 V DC
GND
GND
Count IN
Count OUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
24 V DC_HZG
24 V DC
Count IN
LD-PeCo5,5/
LD-PeCo15
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Connection of the power supply
LD-PeCo3100:
24 V DC Heater
24 V DC Electronics
GND Heater
GND Power supply
(electronics)
GND_HZG
GND
Count OUT
LD-PeCo3100
Fig. 5-7:
5.5.2
LD-PeCo3100: Connection of the supply voltages
Connecting the Switching Outputs
The LD-PeCo provides two switching outputs (Count IN, Count OUT), each of them are
assigned to incoming and outgoing people dependent on the particular count direction.
The switching outputs are sending a clock pulse with a duration of 8.9 ms for each counted
person, which is followed by a 8.9 ms pause. This results in a maximum count rate of 56
persons in each direction. The switching outputs switch against the ground (Low). The
supply potential (High) acts as the frame potential. The switching outputs have a load
carrying capacity of 0.5 A at 24 V DC.
The yellow LEDs COUNT IN and COUNT OUT are logically assigned to the switching outputs.
Fig. 5-8, Page 47 and Fig. 5-9 show how the "Count IN" switching output is connected.
Tab. 5-5 describes the data characteristics for both outputs. The data characteristics are
identical for both outputs.
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NOTICE
The switching outputs are not short circuit protected.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
min.
56 Ohm
1 clock cycle
HIGH
Clock signal
24 V DC
GND
GND
Count IN
Count OUT
LD-PeCo5,5/
LD-PeCo15
LOW
8.9 ms 8.9 ms
Fig. 5-8:
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Alignment of the "Count IN" switching output/ output signal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
min.
56 Ohm
1 clock cycle
HIGH
Clock signal
24 V DC_HZG
24 V DC
Count IN
GND_HZG
GND
Count OUT
LD-PeCo3100
LOW
8.9 ms 8.9 ms
Fig. 5-9:
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Connect the outputs as shown in Fig. 5-8 respectively Fig. 5-9.
Switching behaviour
Highside, high: rest potential VS, low: switching against ground
Features
Not short-circuit proof, not electrically isolated from Vs
Function assignment
– IN count direction: from scan A to scan B (default setting):
Count IN: number of incoming people
Count OUT: number of outgoing people
– IN count direction: from scan B to scan A:
Count IN: number of outgoing people
Count OUT: number of incoming people
Electrical values
Rest potential 24 V DC, max. IOUT = 0.5 A
Tab. 5-5:
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Data characteristics for the switching outputs "Count IN" and "Count OUT"
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Recommendation
To check the switching functions using a high-impedance digital voltmeter, connect a load
to the outputs to prevent incorrect voltage values/switching statuses from being displayed.
5.5.3
Connecting the PC
For configuring the LD-PeCo with the PeCo Setup configuration software, connect the
LD-PeCo to the RS 232 interface of the PC via the RS 232/RS-422 interface converter B&B
model 4WSD9R using a suitable interface cable.
Conditions for the RS-422 data interface
Interface Type
Transfer Rate
Distance to Host
RS 422
19,200 Bd
1,000 m (3,280 ft)
1)
1) with suitable cable termination according to specifications
Tab. 5-6:
Maximum cable lengths between the LD-PeCo and host
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
1.
Replace the D Sub socket at the interface adapter with the 9-pin D Sub socket of the
setup cable 1 (see also Fig. 5-12, Page 50).
2.
Connect the 24 V DC supply via the two wires with banana plugs (red = +, black = –).
3.
Switch on the LD-PeCo power supply.
4.
Connect the 9-pin D Sub plug of the setup cable 1 to the RS-422/RS-232 interface converter B&B Model 4WSDR9.
5.
Connect the PC to the RS-422/RS-232 interface converter. Use an RS-232 data cable
with 1:1 pin assignment (extension cable).
6.
Switch on your PC.
7.
After configuring the LD-PeCo, remove the setup cable 1 from the interface adapter and
connect the cable from the terminal board again.
Alternative:
Connect the LD-PeCo via the setup cable 3 (no. 1027214) to the RS 422/RS 232 interface
converter B&B Model 4WSD9R.
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RS 422 interface is not connected or the connection to the host has been cut off.
•
Power supply cable is not connected.
1.
Connect the open wires of the setup cable 3 to the 10-pin terminal block according to
Tab. 5-2, Page 43.
2.
Connect the 24 V DC operating voltage via the two wire with banana plugs (red = +,
black = –).
3.
Switch on the LD-PeCo power supply .
4.
Connect the 9-pin D Sub plug of the setup cable 3 to the RS-422/RS-232 interface converter B&B Model 4WSD9R.
5.
Further steps as from step 5 above.
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On the PC, set the communication parameters to: 19,200 Bd, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no
parity.
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1.
For the configuration of the LD-PeCo3100 connect it with the setup cable no. 6032770
temporarily. Install the 20-pin Harting connector cable to the device.
2.
Connect the LD-PeCo3100 power supply for electronics to the flying leads of the setup
cable (white = +, brown = –). The heater will not be supplied with voltage.
3.
Remove the setup cable after the finished configuration and re-install the user-wired
20-pin Harting connector.
5.5.4
Connecting the Host
Conditions for the RS 422 data interface
Interface Type
Transfer Rate
Distance to Host
RS 4221)
19,200 Bd
1,000 m (3,280 ft)
1) with suitable cable termination according to specifications
Tab. 5-7:
Maximum cable length between the LD-PeCo and host
A shielded cable is required to connect the host to the RS 422 interface of the LD-PeCo. It
is also needed when a PC with RS 422 interface is connected. Fig. 5-10 and Fig. 5-11 show
how the interface is connected.
Fig. 5-10:
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Connection of the RS 422 interface
Fig. 5-11:
LD-PeCo3100: Connection of the RS 422 interface
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no parity.
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5.6
Pin assignment/Colours of cable wires
5.6.1
Cables for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
9
1
6
5
6
5
9
1
Setup cable 1 (no. 1025703)
9-pin D Sub socket
(to LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15)
9-pin D Sub plug
(to converter)
Power supply
(open end)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Colour
Signal
1
RD+
1
–
red
24 V DC (electronics)
2
TD+
2
–
black
GND (electronics)
3
TD–
3
RD– (converter)
4
RD–
4
TD+ (converter)
5
GND_Data
5
GND_Data/Shield
6
24 V DC
(electronics)
6
–
7
GND (electronics)
7
RD+ (converter)
8
–
8
TD– (converter)
9
–
9
–
Housing
Shield
Housing
Shield
Tab. 5-8:
5.6.2
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Pin assignment of cable no. 1025703
Connection of Setup cable 1
RS 232 data cable
(pin assingment 1:1)
24 V DC
+
–
9-pin D Sub socket
RS 422
Setup cable 1 (no. 1025703)
Fig. 5-12:
50
9-pin
D Sub plug
RS 422/RS 232-Converter
B&B Model 4WSD9R
Connection of the PC with Setup cable 1 for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
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6
1
9
5
9-pin D-Sub-plug
(to converter)
Open end
(to LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15)
Power supply
(open end)
Pin
Signal
No.
Signal
Colour
Signal
1
–
1
24 V DC (electronics)
Red
24 V DC (electronics)
2
–
2
GND (electronics)
Black
GND (electronics)
3
RD– (converter)
–
4
TD+ (converter)
–
5
GND_Data
blank
GND_Data/Shield
6
–
6
RD+ (LD-PeCo)
7
RD+ (converter)
7
TD+ (LD-PeCo)
8
TD– (converter)
8
TD– (LD-PeCo)
9
–
9
RD– (LD-PeCo)
Housing
Shield
Tab. 5-9:
5.6.3
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Pin assignment/wire colours of cable no. 1027214
Connection of the Setup cable 3
open
wires
24 V DC
RS 232 data cable
(pin assignment 1:1)
+
–
RS 422
Setup cable 3 (no. 1027214)
Fig. 5-13:
9-pin
D-Sub-plug
RS 422/RS 232 Converter
B&B Model 4WSD9R
Connection of the PC with Setup cable 3 for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
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5.6.4
Cables for LD-PeCo3100
13
14
15
6
7
16
17
8
18
9
10
19
20
20-pin Harting connector
(to LD-PeCo3100)
15-pin D Sub HD plug
Power supply
(open end)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Colour Signal
1
–
1
24 V DC (electronics)
White
24 V DC (electronics)
2
24 V DC (electronics) 2
–
Brown
GND (electronics)
3
Count IN
3
–
4
–
4
GND_Data
5
–
5
GND Electronics
6
TD–
6
RD+ (PC)
7
TD+
7
RD– (PC)
8
–
8
TD+ (PC)
9
–
9
TD– (PC)
10
–
10
Count IN
11
–
11
–
12
GND (electronics)
12
–
13
Count OUT
13
–
14
–
14
–
15
GND_Data
15
Count OUT
16
RD–
17
RD+
18
–
19
–
20
–
Housing
Shield
Housing Shield
Tab. 5-10:
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15
12
3
4
5
11
11
2
6 1
1
5 10
Cable no. 6032770
LD-PeCo3100: Pin assignment/wire colours of the cable no. 6032770
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6
Startup and Configuration
Start-up and configuration of the LD-PeCo are performed with the PeCo Setup configuration
software. In case of normal operation the LD-PeCo functions automatically and it does not
require any manual operation.
6.1
Important
Overview of the startup procedure
•
Startup the LD-PeCo with the default settings.
•
Install the PeCo Setup configuration software on your PC.
•
Connect the PC to the LD-PeCo.
•
In order to optimise the LD-PeCo’s functionality, adjust the LD-PeCo (if necessary) and
configure the LD-PeCo for the application.
•
Check the counting operation for the proper functioning of the LD-PeCo.
When starting up the LD-PeCo together with a PC/host, carry out the procedures in the
following sequence:
1.
Switch on the power supply of the LD-PeCo.
2.
Connect the LD-PeCo to the PC/host.
3.
Switch on the PC/host.
Avoid starting the LD-PeCo and the connected PC/host simultaneously.
For troubleshooting see Chapter 10.6 Help in case of problems while starting the LD-PeCo,
Page 120.
6.2
Recommendation
Quick-Start with Default Settings
The guided setup procedure based on the default setting can be performed at every time.
Please see Chapter 6.9.1 Saving the Default Settings of LD-PeCo, Page 81.
1.
Switch on the power supply of the LD-PeCo.
The LD-PeCo starts after it has carried out a self-test. The green LED flashes (only
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15). The scanner head starts to rotate. The LD-PeCo does not
start counting immediately as it needs to teach in the surrounding viewing field first.
2.
Connect the LD-PeCo (depending on type) to the PC. In order to do so, see
Chapter 5.5.3 Connecting the PC, Page 48. LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: using setup cable 1 (no. 1025703). LD-PeCo3100: using setup cable no. 6032770.
3.
Switch on your PC and start WindowsTM (minimum requirement: Windows 95TM)
4.
Install the CD-ROM-based PeCo Setup configuration software supplied on the PC.
5.
Start the PeCo Setup user interface.
The PROGRAMM SETTING dialog box is displayed.
6.
Choose the required language and PC port.
Click OK.
The LD PEOPLE COUNTER SETUP dialog box is displayed.
7.
Click SETUP.
PeCo Setup establishes a connection to the LD-PeCo.
8.
Follow the instructions in the dialog boxes.
9.
In the dialog box STEP 3 click the flashing LEARN OUTLINE button.
10. Follow the instructions in the further dialog boxes.
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11. In the dialog box STEP 6 click SEND PARAMETERS AND START COUNTING.
The READY. THE PEOPLE COUNTER IS COUNTING dialog box is displayed and shows the count
results continuously.
12. If people cross through the light curtains of both scan beams in one of both directions,
the LD-PeCo will detect and count them.
For each counted person and depending on their movement direction, the switching
outputs Count IN and Count OUT send a pulse. The two yellow LEDs (only LD-PeCo5,5/
LD-PeCo15) light up briefly when the corresponding switching output is active.
13. Save the LD-PeCo parameter set as a configuration file (".par“) to the proposed
directory "data" or on another directory on the hard disk.
The LD-PeCo is ready for operation.
If switched on again, the LD-PeCo will automatically start in count mode.
6.3
PeCo Setup Configuration Software
The LD-PeCo is configured locally in accordance with the on-site requirements using the
PeCo Setup configuration software. The configuration data can be saved and archived as a
parameter set (configuration file) on the PC. The basis are the factory default settings or an
existing application-specific LD-PeCo parameter set.
6.3.1
Software Functions (Overview)
•
Choosing the menu language (English, German or French)
•
Starting up the communication to the LD-PeCo
•
Starting/stopping the count mode
•
Requesting and displaying the count results/resetting the counters
•
Displaying the operation mode of the LD-PeCo in the status line
•
Entering of the LD-PeCo type used
•
Setting the IN counting direction
•
Teaching-in and displaying the outline of the scanning area
•
Displaying the generated reference levels
•
Setting limitations of the counting area
•
Setting the characteristics of the objects to be counted (people)
•
Checking online the candidate tracking in the counting area
•
Logging the communication procedure with the LD-PeCo
•
Downloading parameter to the LD-PeCo
•
Uploading parameter from the LD-PeCo
•
Opening a saved configuration file
•
Saving the configuration (.par), the count data (.dat) and the protocol (.log) into files in
the default directory "data" in "PeCoSetup"
6.3.2
System requirements for the PeCo Setup configuration software
PC system requirements:
Recommendation
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•
At least 80486, 66 MHz, 16 MB RAM, CD drive, serial interface RS-232 or RS-422,
mouse (recommended) and colour monitor.
•
Operating system Windows 95TM/98TM, NT4.0TM, 2000TM or XPTM
•
Free storage space on the hard drive: approx. 7.5 MB for PeCo Setup configuration software
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Connection cables: see Chapter 10.2 Order information, Page 100.
6.3.3
Installation of the PeCo Setup Software
The PeCo Setup configuration software is supplied on the CD-ROM with the LD-PeCo.
The latest software version can be downloaded from www.sick.com.
When you install PeCo Setup, the installation program creates the main "PeCoSetup"
directory with the required links.
Important
The section below explains how to install the program on Windows 98TM.
1.
Switch on your PC and start Windows.
2.
Close all Windows applications.
3.
Insert the CD-ROM in your CD drive
(the autorun function for programs must be activated).
4.
Confirm the "PeCo SETUP VERSION 1.0 - SETUP" with "OK".
The installation program is started and guides you step by step through the installation
procedure.
5.
Confirm the installation with "OK".
6.
Restart your PC.
The PeCo Setup application is installed and ready for use.
6.4
Configuration of the LD-PeCo
6.4.1
Overview of Configuration Steps
•
Contact PeCo Setup with the LD-PeCo
•
Stop the count mode of LD-PeCo
•
Set the IN count direction
•
Perform a scan and learn the outline
•
Check the number of reference levels generated
•
Set limitations for the counting area (if necessary)
•
Set object parameters for people
•
Send the configuration to the LD-PeCo (download)
•
Start count mode and check the count results
•
Observe the candidates online in the counting mode and optimize the parameters
(if necessary)
•
Save the configuration file
6.4.2
PeCo Setup User Interface
The program window of PeCo Setup provides three menus for configuration, maintenance
and visualisation the counters of the LD-PeCo:
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SETUP - starts the step-by-step procedure for commissioning the LD-PeCo.
•
MAINTENANCE - enables you to control and optimize the LD-PeCo while in operation.
•
COUNTER READING - enables you to display/save/reset the current count data of the
LD-PeCo.
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6.4.3
"Program Settings" Dialog Box
When you start the PeCo Setup software, the PROGRAM SETTINGS dialog box is displayed.
Fig. 6-1:
PeCo Setup: "Program Settings" dialog box
Control element
Description
Options for the user access level.
You can use this drop-down menu to select the different user groups for the
configuration of the LD-PeCo. Default setting: operator.
Operator is the user for the parametrisation of the LD-PeCo.
Tab. 6-1:
¾
Select the desired menu language and the PC port.
¾
Click OK.
6.4.4
Fig. 6-2:
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PeCo Setup: Selection of the user access level in the "Program Settings" dialog box
"LD People Counter Setup" Dialog Box
PeCo Setup: "LD People Counter Setup" dialog box
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SETUP starts the step-by-step procedure for configuring a new device and once completed, it starts the counting mode (see Chapter 6.5 “Setup“, below).
•
MAINTENANCE enables you to read and optimize the parameter values of a LD-PeCo while
in operation (see Chapter 6.6 Maintenance, Page 70).
•
COUNTER READING enables you to request/reset the current counting data of the LD-PeCo
in the counting mode and to save the data continuously in a file (see Chapter 6.7
Counter Reading, Page 79).
¾
Click SETUP.
6.5
Setup
6.5.1
"Options for Setup" Dialog Box
Fig. 6-3:
PeCo Setup: "Options for Setup" dialog box
Selecting the Parameter Set:
1.
If you use a new device, select the USE DEFAULT PARAMETERS option.
Stopping the Count Mode:
Important
2.
Click the STOP COUNTING MODE ALWAYS AUTOMATICALLY check box.
3.
Click OK.
The STEP 1 dialog box is displayed.
If the LD-PeCo is in the counting mode and you did not click STOP COUNTING MODE ALWAYS
PeCo Setup will display the PECO SETUP dialog box as a warning.
AUTOMATICALLY,
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6.5.2
Fig. 6-4:
"Step 1“ Dialog Box
PeCo Setup: "Step 1" dialog box
"Protocol" Dialog Box
The PROTOCOL dialog box is displayed parallel to all other windows permanently. It shows the
start of the communication procedure continuously between PeCo Setup and the LD-PeCo,
the status messages and the commands which were sent to the LD-PeCo by PeCo Setup.
During the startup the firmware version is also displayed.
Fig. 6-5:
¾
PeCo Setup: "Protocol" dialog box
If necessary, save the log file when you have finished the configuration.
To do so, click SAVE.
PeCo Setup saves the file with the file extension "*.log“ in the proposed directory
"PeCoSetup/data“ on the hard disk. The saved text file can be opened and edited with
any text editor e.g. Notepad.
Status Indication
For status indication of the LD-PeCo, PeCo Setup displays symbols in different dialog boxes/
tabs in the status line at the bottom of the windows (Tab. 6-2, Page 59).
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Symbol
Meaning
The LD-PeCo has taught in the surrounding contours.
The LD-PeCo has not taught in the surrounding contours.
The LD-PeCo is counting.
The LD-PeCo is not counting.
Tab. 6-2:
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PeCo Setup: Meaning of the symbols in the status line
In the STEP 1 dialog box, click NEXT.
6.5.3
Fig. 6-6:
"Step 2" Dialog Box
PeCo Setup: "Step 2" dialog box
The dialog box shows the fixed scanning area of the LD-PeCo (red), which is non-adjustable.
The LD-PeCo uses a laser measurement system, that scans its environment in between
135° and 225°, that is an aperture angle of 90°. The middle of the operating range is
located at 180°. The operating range of the mirror-reflected scan results from these
parameters is converted and displayed in the red field.
IN Count Direction:
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Select the IN counting direction for the incoming persons.
•
With IN = Scan A -> Scan B, the device counts the incoming persons when passing the
light curtains from scan A to scan B (default setting).
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With IN = Scan B -> Scan A, the device counts the incoming persons while passing the
light curtains in opposite direction, from scan B to scan A.
See also Chapter 3.4 Operating Principle, Page 23.
Important
Changing the IN count direction of default setting!
If you change the IN count direction, the assignment of the switching outputs, the LEDs and
the data fields in the data output for CountIN and CountOUT will also be changed.
The incoming persons in CountIN will be switched to incoming persons in CountOUT, the
outgoing persons in CountOUT will be switched to outgoing persons in CountIN.
Note this condition when wiring the switching outputs or when processing the counting data
externally via data interface!
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Click NEXT.
6.5.4
Fig. 6-7:
"Step 3" Dialog Box
PeCo Setup: "Step 3" dialog box
Before the dialog box is displayed, the LD-PeCo scans the contours of the environment for
both light curtains. PeCo Setup shows the results in two diagrams. Scan A is displayed in
red, scan B in blue. The upper diagram shows the detected contour looking to the front
(in/against the moving direction of people), the diagram below shows the counting area
from the top (the measurement data are transformed to the ground).
Important
If the alignment of the LD-PeCo is changed during commissioning of the device or if there
are any changes in the contour (e.g. caused by actions like installing new barriers) the
scanning of contour must be carried out again.
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Click READ SCAN DATA FIRST, then click SHOW SCAN DATA next.
PeCo Setup requests both current scans from the LD-PeCo for displaying.
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For the LD-PeCo5,5 choose the device type A
– or –
For the LD-PeCo15 or LD-PeCo3100 choose the device type B
Learn Outline:
The LD-PeCo uses reference levels to determine the height of people in the counting area.
For the creation of horizontal reference levels from the measured environment contour, the
LD-PeCo must analyze the contour and create a profile which the user can check for control.
The LEARN OUTLINE button WILL flash, if the analysis is necessary.
Important
For the following step, ensure that objects only relevant for future measurements are inside
the scanning area of the LD-PeCo (e.g. doors, barriers, flowerpots). In addition, ensure that
nobody passes through the light curtains at this point.
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Click LEARN OUTLINE.
The LD-PeCo analyses the measured contour of the scanning area and creates the profiles for both light curtains (contour without any objects to be counted). This will take a
few seconds.
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Click SHOW PROFILE.
PeCo Setup displays the result in a new diagram.
Wall
Floor
Fig. 6-8:
PeCo Setup: Display of the reference levels created by the LD-PeCo
The number of created reference levels per scan will be displayed in numbers, which are
highlighted by small red and blue rectangles.
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Expanding the view
You can expand the area you are interested in by dragging a field with the pressed left
mouse button.
Reducing the view
You can reduce the size of the view by clicking the right mouse button.
Checking the number of reference levels:
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Explanations
Check the number of reference levels in scan A and scan B.
Each of both scans may only contain a maximum of 20 levels.
Reference Levels
The LD-PeCo uses reference levels to determine the height of a person from above.
The created levels in the profile are connected points, whereby the vertical distance from
one measuring point to the next does not exceed a certain value (Fig. 6-9). The "Difference
between segments" value defines the resolution of segmentation. The preset value
(150 mm (5.9 in)) should only be increased when the LD-PeCo creates more than 20 levels
per scan. Greater values would ignore regional disturbances well in the profile but it would
also lead to a worse adaption of the created levels to the measured contour.
Fig. 6-9:
PeCo Setup: Learn outline: Sample for creating regional reference levels
The aim is to break down the contour into horizontal straight lines, each of them forms
precisely one segment. The segments are checked by the LD-PeCo to determine if gaps exist
between two segments and whether they can be bridged by either extending an existing
segment or adding a new one. The LD-PeCo is able to determine more than one level. This
enables accurate counting at installation locations, whereas at the same time counting
should be carried out. For example, on moving walkway belts and ordinary passages.
Not more than 20 levels should exist in both scans, although the result depends on the
profile of the supervised environment. However, a regional interruption of the segments
could take place, if an object is located within the scanning area.
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Fig. 6-10:
"Step 4" Dialog Box
PeCo Setup: "Step 4" dialog box
Setting Limits for Count Area:
The usable working width of the LD-PeCo (Fig. 4-5, Page 31) can be restricted to suppress
passage areas on the right and left borders. If there are any walls in the scanning area a
limitation is not necessary since the LD-PeCo detects walls automatically using a tolerance
corridor for the contour. See also “Optimal count area“, Page 64.
Expand and reduce the area in the diagram you are interested in as described in the
previous chapter.
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Recommendations
If necessary, set the left limit „Ymin“ and the right limit „Ymax“ of the counting area.
To do so, enter appropriate values or move each of the vertical red lines by clicking and
holding the left mouse button. Always choose the optimum resolution in the diagram.
You can use a simple method to set the limits by using two carton boxes or chairs placed at
the desired limits. Then read a new scan (see configuration step 3) and set the limits Ymin
and Ymax in PeCo Setup corresponding to the edges of the detected objects in the diagram.
To learn the outline, the boxes or chairs must be removed again.
If you use two LD-PeCo side by side to cover the required count area range, you need to
carry out the same procedure for the overlap point with a carton box or a similar object. To
prevent counting an object twice with both LD-PeCo, equalize the limit Ymax of the first
LD-PeCo with the limit Ymin of the second LD-PeCo on the overlap point.
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Optimal count area
Note that people in the marginal area of Ymin and Ymax may not be within the scannig area
completely, which means that the size of a person cannot be measured accurately
(Fig. 6-11). In the marginal area the counting accuracy is restricted. People will not be
counted at all, if they are outside the marginal area (Ycritical) and where the measured height
of the person can no longer exceed the minimum size of the person. The Ymin and Ymax
parameters can be used to restrict the evaluation to the optimal counting area.
Minimum height
of a person
Working width
Fig. 6-11:
Limited counting
accuracy
Optimal count area
Maximum height
of a person
Ykritisch
marginal area Y critical
Candidate and object parameters
If the passage area is smaller than the theoretically usable area defined by Ymin and Ymax (e.g.
limited by walls or guide barriers), Ymin and Ymax will not effect the counting quality.
Limits set by Ymin and Ymax also determine the range in which the reference levels will be
created when the outline will be learned again (configuration step 3).
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Fig. 6-12:
Dialog box „Step 5“
PeCo Setup: Dialog box „Step 5“
Candidates and Object Parameters:
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Enter the values for object measurement and candidate formation as described in the
following section.
Minimum Height of Candidates
A candidate is an associated group of points in the measured values of the continious scans
of one of the ligth curtains (entry of an object) that fulfills the requirements for a candidate.
From the scans of the first light curtain, the LD-PeCo uses the measured values for this
group of points to determine the position, the height (above ground) and the width.
If these data fulfill the criteria for minimum height of candidates, a candidate is created
from this group of points. The LD-PeCo observes this candidate while he is passing the
count area (object tracking). Only when the observed candidate has also passed the second
light curtain completely and has fulfilled the criteria for minimum/maximum height of a
person and for minimum/maximum width of a person, he will be counted as one person.
The "Minimum candidate height" parameter can be used to restrict the candidate selection.
Candidates that do not exceed this value are not evaluated by the LD-PeCo, which means
that the count behaviour can be adapted to specific situations.
Recommended settings are:
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For general counting situations and for the counting of children: 1,000 mm (39.37 in)
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Suppression of large suitcases and baggage trollies: ≥ 800 mm (31.5 in)
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Suppression of large shopping trollies: 1,200 mm (47.3 in)
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Crowds of people: 800 to 1,200 mm (31.5 in to 47.3 in).
The minimum candidate height parameter can improve count reliability when crowds
of people are present. This means people, who walk behind each other with only small
distances. With "average" distances between two persons (approx. 300 mm (11.8 in)),
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you can set a value of 800 mm (31.5 in). For example, if people are extremely close
together, you should raise the value to 1,200 mm (47.3 in).
Important
However, you should note, that smaller people, such as children or handicapped people in
wheelchairs, may not be detected if the level is too high.
Minimum Height of a Person
The "Minimum height of a person" parameter can be set so that for example children or
dogs, are not counted.
Default setting: 700 mm (27.6 in)
Recommendations
Use the same setting as the minimum candidate height.
Maximum Height of a Person
The "Maximum height of a person" parameter can be used to set an upper limit.
Recommendations
You are advised not to set this value too low (at least 2,500 mm (98.5 in)).
Minimum Width of a Person
This parameter is used for the suppression of thin objects that do not match the dimensions
of a person.
Default setting: 300 mm (11.8 in).
Maximum Width of a Person
This parameter enables the LD-PeCo to distinguish individual persons in "wide" objects.
Default setting: 600 mm (23.7 in).
Recommendations
America, Europe: 480 mm (18.9 inch), Asia: 420 mm(16.54 inch).
When several persons are walking together side by side, the LD-PeCo may detect this as a
single object rather than individual persons. When this object is counted, the most likely
number of people to whom this corresponds must be determined. To do so, the LD-PeCo
divides the measured object width by the maximum object width and rounds up/down to
the nearest integer.
Maximum Speed of a Person
This parameter determines the size of a field, to which the LD-PeCo combines objects.
Set 1,800 mm/s (70.7 in/s) if the LD-PeCo is mounted up to 3.5 m (11.5 ft) above the
ground.
Set up to 2,400 mm/s (94.5 in/s) if the mounting location is higher or if there is always a
larger gap between people.
Default setting: 2,400 mm/s (94.5 in/s).
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Fig. 6-13:
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PeCo Setup: "Step 6" dialog box
Click SEND PARAMETERS AND START COUNTING.
PeCo Setup sends the parameter values set in step 1 to step 5 to the LD-PeCo. This procedure will take some seconds, the motor of the laser measurement systems will be
stopped and started again. The LD-PeCo saves the received parameters for permanent
use.
The LD-PeCo switches to counting mode.
The READY. THE PEOPLE COUNTER IS COUNTING dialog box is displayed.
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Display the Counting Data
In periodic intervals, PeCo Setup requests the status of the total counters CountIn and
CountOut from the LD-PeCo for the display as counters Total In and Total Out.
The duration of the interval can be set. Default setting: 1 s.
The counters Last In and Last Out are created by PeCo Setup. Each of them represents the
difference between the last and the newly requested status of the corresponding total
counter. The LD-PeCo does not provide these counters.
The counters displayed in PeCo Setup can be logged (Chapter 6.7 Counter Reading,
Page 79).
When the LD-PeCo is switched off, the contents of the total counters CountIn and
CountOut will be lost. Switching-on the LD-PeCo resets both counters automatically to zero.
Tab. 6-3 shows the meaning of the four different counters if the default setting for the count
INdirection is used (IN = from scan A to scan B).
Counter
Meaning
Last In
Current count for incoming people (IN).
The number of incoming people since the last query is displayed (difference).
Last Out
Current count for outgoing people (OUT).
The number of outgoing people since the last query is displayed (difference).
Total In
Total count for incoming people (IN).
The summary result since the LD-PeCo was started/reset last is displayed.
Total Out
Total count for outgoing persons (OUT).
The summary result since the LD-PeCo was started/reset last is displayed.
Tab. 6-3:
PeCo Setup: Meaning of the counters
If people now completely pass through the light curtains of both scan beams in one of both
directions, the LD-PeCo will detect and count them.
Example:
Procedure/Status
Counters, displayed in PeCo Setup
Counters of LD-PeCo reset to zero.
Request by PeCo Setup
Last In:
Last Out:
Total In:
Total Out:
0
0
0
0
3 persons have passed the count
area in the incoming direction
simultaneously.
Request by PeCo Setup
Last In:
Last Out:
Total In:
Total Out:
3
0
3
0
Request by PeCo Setup
Last In:
Last Out:
Total In:
Total Out:
0
0
3
0
2 further persons have simultaneously passed the count area in the
incoming direction.
Request by PeCo Setup
Last In:
Last Out:
Total In:
Total Out:
2
0
5
0
Request by PeCo Setup
Last In:
Last Out:
Total In:
Total Out:
0
0
5
0
Tab. 6-4:
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For each counted person (dependent on the counting direction), the switching outputs
Count IN and Count OUT send a clock pulse with a duration of 8.9 ms (Low), which is
followed by a 8.9 ms pause (High). This results in a maximum count rate of 56 persons/s in
each direction. The two yellow LEDs COUNT IN and COUNT OUT which are logically assigned
to the switching outputs, light up briefly (only at LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15).
Reset Counters
PeCo Setup resets the contents of its difference and total counters to zero. In the
LD-PeCo the total counters will also be set to zero.
Saving the Configuration in PeCo Setup:
1.
Click SAVE to store the parameter values as a configuration file in PeCo Setup.
2.
Confirm the PEOPLE COUNTER SETTINGS dialog box with YES.
3.
The SAVE AS dialog box is displayed and offers the target directory "data" on the hard
disk.
4.
Enter the file name (file extension: "*.par“).
5.
Confirm the dialog box with SAVE.
PeCo Setup stores the file in the target directory "data".
The saved text file can be opened with any text editor e.g. Notepad.
Do not modify the file!
6.
PeCo Setup returns to the last dialog box and displays again the count data.
Exit
PeCo Setup cancels the display of the counters and returns to the „LD-People Counter
Setup“ dialog box with the main menu (see Chapter 6.4.4 "LD People Counter Setup" Dialog
Box, Page 56).
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6.6
Maintenance
With the five tabs in the MAINTENANCE menu you can optimize the current parameter values
for a LD-PeCo in operation (count mode). Exception: learning the outline is only possible in
configuration mode. This function is provided by PeCo Setup.
When choosing the menu, PeCo Setup automatically requests the current parameter values
from the LD-PeCo for displaying in the tabs.
Important
1.
Transmit the amended parameter values to the LD-PeCo with SEND PARAMETER.
2.
To save the values in LD-PeCo permanently, click on "stop count" first and then click on
"start count".
6.6.1
Fig. 6-15:
"Scanner" Tab
PeCo Setup: "Scanner" tab
Changing the IN count direction:
Important
1.
To change the count direction, click the appropriate check box.
2.
Click SET COUNT DIRECTION to send the modified parameter value to the LD-PeCo.
The LD-PeCo saves the received parameter for temporary use.
3.
To save the parameter permanently, choose the COMMANDS tab (Fig. 6-21, Page 76).
Click STOP COUNTING and then click START COUNTING.
Changing the IN count direction of default setting!
If you change the count IN direction, the assignment of the switching outputs, the LEDs and
the data fields in the data output for CountIN and CountOUT will also be changed.
The incoming people in CountIN will be switched to incoming people in CountOUT, the
outgoing people in CountOUT willbe switched to outgoing people in CountIN.
Note this condition when wiring the switching outputs or when processing the count data
externally via the data interface!
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Meaning of the Buttons
Button
Meaning
PeCo Setup requests the current parameter values from the LD-PeCo (Upload).
PeCo Setup sends the current parameter values to the LD-PeCo (Download).
PeCo Setup opens an existing configuration file.
PeCo Setup saves the modified parameter values in a configuration file.
PeCo Setup returns to the menu overview.
Tab. 6-5:
6.6.2
Fig. 6-16:
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"Scans/Segments“ Tab
PeCo Setup: "Scans/Segments" tab
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Choose a device type:
1.
For LD-PeCo5,5 choose type A
– or –
for LD-PeCo15 or LD-PeCo3100 choose type B.
2.
Click SEND PARAMETERS.
PeCo Setup sends the new parameter value to the LD-PeCo temporarily.
3.
To save the parameter permanently, choose the COMMANDS tab (Fig. 6-21, Page 76).
Click STOP COUNTING and then click START COUNTING.
Measuring the contour again:
1.
If there has been any changes in the contour (e.g. through construction measurements
in the count area), click READ SCAN DATA.
2.
Click SHOW SCAN DATA to display the result of the LD-PeCo.
Fig. 6-17:
PeCo Setup: Sample for the new measured outline
Re-learn the outline:
If the contour has changed, it is necessary to relearn the outline to create new reference
levels (see also “Learn Outline:“, Page 61).
The LEARN OUTLINE button flashes, if the contour has been re-measured (count mode has
already been stopped). If the LEARN OUTLINE button is de-activated (blocked), the count mode
of the LD-PeCo must be stopped temporarily.
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1.
If the LEARN OUTLINE button is deactivated (blocked), you need to activate it first.
To do so, select the COMMANDS tab.
2.
Click STOP COUNTING.
3.
Return to the SCANS/SEGMENTS tab.
4.
Click LEARN OUTLINE.
The LD-PeCo analyses the measured contour of the scanning area and creates the profiles for both light curtains (contour without any objects to be counted). This will take a
few seconds.
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5.
Click SHOW PROFILE.
PeCo Setup displays the result in a new diagram (Fig. 6-18).
6.
Check the number of created reference levels per scan.
7.
Start the count mode.
To do so, select again the COMMANDS tab.
8.
Click START COUNTING.
9.
If people pass through the light curtains completely of both scan beams in one of both
directions now, the LD-PeCo will detect and count them.
10. PeCo Setup displays the count result in the total counters Total In and Total Out.
Fig. 6-18:
Parameter
Meaning
Difference between segments
Defines the segmentation resolution which the LD-PeCo uses to
create the reference levels.
It is recommended to use the default setting.
Entry range: 50 to 1,000 mm (1.97 in to 39.3 in).
Default setting: 150 mm (5.9 in)
See “Reference Levels“, Page 62.
Tab. 6-6:
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PeCo Setup: Meaning of the parameter "Difference between segments"
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Fig. 6-19:
"Borders" Tab
PeCo Setup: "Borders" tab and diagram for setting the borders
Changing the Count Area Limits:
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1.
Click SHOW BORDERS.
PeCo Setup displays the borders saved in the LD-PeCo.
Chapter 6.5.5 "Step 4" Dialog Box, Page 63 describes the meaning of the borders.
2.
If necessary, change the left border (Ymin) and the right border (Ymax) of the counting area.
To do so, enter appropriate values or move each of the vertical red lines by clicking and
holding the left mouse button. Always choose the optimum resolution in the diagram.
3.
Click SEND PARAMETERS.
PeCo Setup sends the modified limits temporarily to the LD-PeCo.
4.
To save the parameters permanently, choose the COMMANDS tab (Fig. 6-21, Page 76).
Click STOP COUNTING and then click START COUNTING.
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Parameter
Meaning
Tolerance for measured
profile (corridor)
The LD-PeCo creates an "empty" profile with the contour distance
values D, while learning the outline. The profile does not include
any object to be counted.
While counting, the LD-PeCo checks whether a measured distance
value meets the condition: d ≤ (D plus or minus tolerance).
If you link the permitted tolerance to each measured distance
value, a corridor with a width of 2 x tolerance around the distance
values of the profile will be created. The tolerance corridor is used
to distinguish between the measuring points on an object and the
measured values in the stored profile.
Entry range: 50 to 1,000 mm (1.97 in to 39.3 in).
Default setting: 150 mm (5.9 in)
Do not change the default setting!
See also 6.5.5 “"Step 4" Dialog Box“, Page 63.
Tab. 6-7:
6.6.4
Fig. 6-20:
PeCo Setup: Meaning of the parameter "Tolerance for measured profile“
"Objects" Tab
PeCo Setup: "Objects" tab
Changing candidates and object parameters:
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Fig. 6-21:
"Commands" Tab
PeCo Setup: "Commands" tab
Meaning of the Buttons
Button
Meaning
Start/End count mode.
You can use these buttons to start or end the counting mode.
One of the buttons will be inactive depending on the status of the LD-PeCo
(teaching mode, counting mode).
To teach in a new contour, the counting mode must be stopped and restarted
afterwards.
Queries the current status of the total counters Total In and Total Out (since the
last reset to zero).
Sets the current count status of the total counters Total In and Total Out to
zero, also in the LD-PeCo.
If the LD-PeCo is switched on, the counters are reset automatically.
Tab. 6-8:
PeCo Setup: Buttons on the "Commands" tab
Saving new configuration in PeCo Setup:
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1.
Click SAVE to store the modified parameter values as a new configuration file in
PeCo Setup.
The SAVE AS dialog box is displayed and offers the target directory "data" on the hard
disk.
2.
Enter the file name (file extension: "*.par“)
3.
Press SAVE to confirm your selection.
The new configuration is saved in the target directory "data" under "PeCoSetup".
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Debug Mode:
If the LD-PeCo counts wrongly, the debug mode allows the LD-PeCo to observe the formating
and tracking objects. A maximum of four candidates each in both light curtains (scan A,
scan B) as well as eight objects will be displayed alltogether.
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Click DEBUG MODE.
PeCo Setup opens an online dialog box to display the detected candidates and objects.
Fig. 6-22:
PeCo Setup: "Debug Mode" dialog box
The display box shows graphically (straight lines) the candidates and objects at the
measured scan levels. A candidate is shown in scan A in red and in scan B in blue. A
pictured object will appear in black. The red line on the left and right are highlighting the
count area borders Ymin and Ymax. If nobody passes through the count area no candidates
may appear in the display.
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Allow only one person to pass the light curtains at one direction.
2.
Check whether only one candidate and only one resulting object appears while passing
each scan.
If this is not the case, then check the configuration of the LD-PeCo and modify the parameters if necessary.
3.
If a candidate appears permanently, search for objects (e.g. cables), which penetrate
now into the counting area but have not been detected when the LD-PeCo studied the
outline. If the objects are static, re-measure the profile (Read Scan Data).
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Candidates
A candidate is an associated point group within the measured values of the continuous
scans of one of the light curtains (entry of an object) that fulfills the requirements for a
candidate. From the scans of the first light curtain, the LD-PeCo uses the measured values
for this point group to determine the position, the height (above ground) and the width.
If these data fulfill the parametrized values for the minimum height of candidates, the
LD-PeCo creates a candidate from this point group.
Objects
The LD-PeCo creates objects from these candidates. In this way, a zone is formed around
each candidate. If an object is already in this zone, the LD-PeCo assigns the candidate to
this object. If not, a new object for the candidate will be generated. If further candidates are
located in the object zone, they are also assigned to the object. This means, that several
candidates can (and should) merge to form a single object.
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Counter Reading
The COUNTING DATA menu starts displaying the count results of the LD-PeCo.
Requirement
The LD-PeCo must have already been configured with the SETUP menu and it should be in
count mode.
Fig. 6-23:
PeCo Setup: "Counting Data" dialog box
The meaning of the counter is explained in “Display the Counting Data“, Page 68.
Setting the Request Interval for the Counters:
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Click SETTINGS.
The SETTINGS FOR COUNT MODE dialog box is displayed.
Fig. 6-24:
PeCo Setup: "Settings for Count Mode" dialog box
The query interval defines the periodic intervals in which the PeCo Setup requests the
status of the total counters CountIn and CountOut from the LD-PeCo. The interval
determines the clock for refreshing the counter content on the display and the optional
storage of the count data in a file.
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If the selected value is too high, the display of the different counters Last In and Last
Out can differ from the actual values because the request by PeCo Setup is then too
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slow (depending on the speed and number of people). However, the content of the total
counter will be displayed or saved correctly.
Saving Counting data:
1.
Click the SAVING COUNT DATA check box.
PeCo Setup activates both selectable options for logging the counters.
Saving Absolute Counting Data:
PeCo Setup saves the content of the total counters "Total In" and "Total Out" cyclically
in the identified interval together with a time stamp to a file. The total counters correspond to the total counters "CountIn" and "CountOut" of the LD-PeCo.
Saving Difference Counting Data:
PeCo Setup saves the content of the generated difference counter "Last In" and "Last
Out" cyclically in the identified interval together with a time stamp to a file.
2.
Click the desired options.
3.
Confirm the settings with OK.
The SAVE AS dialog box is displayed and offers the target directory "data" on the hard
disk.
4.
PeCo Setup automatically provides a file name "SaveXXX.dat" (XXX will be incremented
with each new file).
Confirm the file name with SAVE.
PeCo Setup will log the count data for the future.
Depending on the selected option, PeCo Setup only saves the total counters or in addition the difference counters together to a file permanently. At first the current computer
time and date will be noted from the operating system. The next current date is used at
midnight.
The saved text files can be opened with any text editor e.g. Notepad.
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Switching Off the LD-PeCo
Switch off the power supply for the LD-PeCo.
The last stored parameter set in the LD-PeCo remains valid.
If switched on again, the LD-PeCo will automatically start in count mode.
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6.9
Default Settings of LD-PeCo and PeCo Setup
Parameter
Value
Language in the user interface
English
PC port
COM 1
User group
Operator
Request interval for counters
1 s for displaying, no saving on a file
Setup parameter set
Default parameter (set by factory)
IN count direction
From scan A to scan B
Switching outputs/LEDs
Count IN: number of incoming persons
Count OUT: number of outgoing persons
Device type
Type A (2.5 m to 5.5 m (8.2 ft to 18 ft))
Difference between segments (for profile)
150 mm (5.9 in)
Count area
No limits
Minimum height of candidates
300 mm (11.8 in)
Minimum/Maximum height of a person
700 mm (27.6 in)/2,500 mm (98.4 in)
Minimum/Maximum width of a person
300 mm (11.8 in)/600 mm (23.7 in)
Maximum speed of a person
2,400 mm/s (94.5 in/s)
Tab. 6-9:
6.9.1
LD-PeCo and PeCo Setup default settings (excerpt)
Saving the Default Settings of LD-PeCo
To save the default settings in the parameter set before configuring a new device:
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Choose in PeCo Setup the LD PEOPE COUNTER SETUP dialog box.
2.
Click MAINTENANCE.
The PEOPE COUNTER SETTINGS dialog box is displayed.
3.
Click SAVE.
The SAVE AS dialog box is displayed and offers the target directory "data" on the hard
disk.
4.
Enter the file name. e.g. default (file extension: "*.par").
5.
Press SAVE to confirm your selection.
The LD-PeCo default settings are saved in the target directory "data" at "PeCoSetup".
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6.10
De-Installation of the "PeCo Setup" Software
The PeCo Setup configuration software can be removed from the PC using the
un-installation routine.
Important
The following sections explain how to un-install the program on Windows 98TM.
De-Installation
1.
Close all Windows applications.
2.
Click START in the Windows toolbar.
In the SETTINGS menu, select CONTROL PANEL.
The "Control Panel" menu is displayed.
3.
Go to the CONTROL PANEL menu and click twice on the ADD/REMOVE PROGRAMS icon.
The "Add/Remove Programs Properties" menu is displayed.
4.
In the selection menu, select PECO SETUP VERSION 1.0.
5.
Click ADD/REMOVE.
The "Remove PeCo Setup Version 1.0" menu is displayed.
6.
In the REMOVE PECO SETUP VERSION 1.0 menu, click OK.
The "PeCo Setup" configuration program is removed from your PC.
The PeCo Setup configuration program has been completely removed from your system
now.
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7
Maintenance
7.1
Maintenance during operation
The LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 operates maintenance free.
Depending on the location of the installation the dry agent cartridge of the LD-PeCo3100
has to be checked regulary and if necessary, it will need to be replaced.
Important
No maintenance is required to keep this product in compliance with laser class 1.
Important
Annulment of the manufacturer warranty!
The laser measurement system inside the housing of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 must not
be opened. Do not open the housing of the LD-PeCo3100. By opening the unit, a
guarantee-claim towards the SICK AG expires.
The LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 indicates system and operational errors through the LEDs of
the laser measurement system inside the housing (see Tab. 3-6, Page 26).
The control takes place at LD-PeCo3100 using the PeCo Setup Software exclusively.
7.2
Recommendation
Cleaning the LD-PeCo
To maintain optimum measuring performance, the both viewing windows of the cover (all
LD-PeCo) must be kept clean at all times. You are advised to check the LD-PeCo regulary for
dirt on a regular basis, especially when the device is used in harsh environments (dust,
abrasives, humidity).
CAUTION
Laser Radiation!
The LD-PeCo uses a class 1 (eye-safe) infrared laser beam.
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LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Do not open the housing of the laser measurement system inside the unit.
LD-PeCo3100: Do not open the housing.
Opening the housing does not interrupt the laser beam.
7.2.1
Cleaning the viewing windows
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
NOTICE
Prevent damaging the windows!
Reduced measurement performance due to scratches and cords on the windows!
Both viewing windows of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 are made of special plastic.
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Start cleaning first after the visual check.
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Do not touch the windows with your fingers.
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Do not use any paper cloth (may content scratching pieces of wood).
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Only clean the windows using a damp cloth or lens cloth.
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Use mild cleaning agents without powder.
Do no use agressive detergent like acetone etc.
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Avoid scratching and rubbing the windows.
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LD-PeCo3100
NOTICE
Prevent damaging the windows!
Reduced measurement performance due to scratches and cords on the windows!
Both viewing windows of the LD-PeCo3100 are made of coated glass.
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Start cleaning first after the visual check.
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Do not touch the windows with your fingers.
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Do not use agressive cleaners.
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Do not use abrasive cleaners (e.g. powder).
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Avoid scratching and rubbing the windows.
Cleaning the viewing windows:
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
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Clean the viewing windows (plastic) of the cover only with a damp, lint-free cloth (or lens
cloth) using a mild, antistatic windows cleaning detergent. Fig. 7-1 shows the areas to
be cleaned.
: clean here
Fig. 7-1:
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: Cleaning the viewing windows
LD-PeCo3100
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Remove dust on viewing window (glass) with a clean and soft brush.
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If required, clean the viewing window with a soft, damp, textile tissue (lint-free) and a
mild, antistatic windows cleaning detergent.
: clean here
Fig. 7-2:
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Important
If the viewing windows are scratched or damaged (cracked, brocken), the windows must be
replaced. Please contact the SICK-Service.
7.2.2
Cleaning the glass window of the laser measurement system
(LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 only)
1.
Switch off the power supply, otherwise the scanner head will continue rotating.
2.
Open the the five clamps of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 and remove the cover.
3.
Clean the window with a clean, damp, textile tissue (lint-free) and a mild, antistatic windows cleaning detergent or use a soft brush for lenses. Fig. 7-3 shows the area you
have to clean.
Scanner head
: clean here
Fig. 7-3:
7.2.3
Cleaning the glass window in the scanner head of the laser measurement system
Cleaning the housing of the laser measurement system (only if necessary),
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
NOTICE
Preventing damage to the laser measurement system!
The laser measurement system conforms with the protection type IP 40 and is, therefore,
protected against moisture.
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Do not submerge the device in liquid substances.
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Do not use agressive cleaners.
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If required, clean the housing and the LEDs using a soft, damp, lint-free cloth.
Use a mild, antistatic windows cleaning detergent.
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7.3
Checking and replacing the dry agent cartridge
The LD-PeCo3100 has a dry agent cartridge, which absorbs any moistures on the device.
The dry agent cartridge is screwed on the right of the device with an air-tight seal.
Dry agent cartridge no. 5306179
Fig. 7-4:
Position of the dry agent cartridge at LD-PeCo3100
Check the dry agent cartridge
The dry agent cartridge is equipped with a moisture indicator for 40 % relative humidity
behind the curvy window. The blue display indicates that a new cartridge has been inserted.
The grey or yellow colour indicates that the cartridge has been used and that it needs to be
replaced. The dry agent cartridge no. 5306179 has an M36 x 1.5 thread and can be
purchased as a spare part from SICK AG (see Chapter 10.2 Order information, Page 100).
Colour indication for replacement:
– blue: new cartridge
– light violet: change cartridge soon
– grey: cartridge used, change
– diffuse yellow: cartridge overloaded,
change
–
– old
– new
Fig. 7-5:
View of an new and exhausted dry agent cartridge no. 5306179
It is recommended to exchange the catridge regulary, depending on the installation site of
the LD-PeCo3100 as follows:
•
For the operation of the LD-PeCo3100 without special climatic influences, exchange
the cartridge every six months or every year.
•
For the operation of the LD-PeCo3100 in surroundings of high humidity an exchange
will be necessary more frequently.
Exchanging the dry agent cartridge
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Please, ensure to replace the dry agent cartridge quickly in order to prevent any moisture
enter the device! Do not change the cartridge in an unprotected situation like rain, fog or
snow. If possible, change the cartridge in a protected area (room).
1.
Switch off the supply voltage for the LD-PeCo3100.
2.
Get the new cartridge ready in the transparent packaging (tube). Do not remove cartridge yet!
3.
Unscrew the used cartridge by means of the groove on the base from the transparent
packaging and remove it.
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4.
Remove the new cartridge from the transparent packaging. Place it into the opening
and tighten it slightly by means of the groove. Pay attention during this action to correct
seating (rubber seal).
5.
Pull the cartridge to a tightening torque of 1.5 ±0.2 Nm using a torque wrench.
6.
Switch on the supply voltage for the LD-PeCo3100.
7.4
Replacing a LD-PeCo
An incorrect or damaged LD-PeCo has to be removed and replaced with either a new or a
repaired LD-PeCo.
NOTICE
Repairs on the LD-PeCo should only be carried out by qualified and authorised SICK AG
service staff.
When you replace a LD-PeCo, you can transfer the current parameter set to the replacement
device easily by downloading it from the PC-based PeCo Setup configuration software.
Parameter sets can only be transferred to devices of the same type.
Important
To transfer the parameter set, a PC running the PeCo Setup configuration software has to
be connected to the new device on site. The parameter set of the replaced LD-PeCo must
be available as an archived configuration file in PeCo Setup otherwise the device must be
reconfigured.
7.4.1
Uninstalling the device/Installing the replacement device
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
1.
Switch off the supply voltage of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15.
2.
Release the five clamps on the cover and remove the cover.
3.
Note the order of pin alignment of colours of wires.
4.
Loosen the cables and pull it through the PG 11 conduit threads.
5.
Release the safetey cord on the hinged foot of the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15.
6.
Secure the device from falling (e.g. through a second person).
Loosen the pipe pin and remove the device from pipe clamping system.
7.
Open the cover of the replacement device.
8.
Install and connect the replacement device according to the opposite order.
If necessary, re-align the device according to Chapter 4.5 Mounting and Adjusting the
Device, Page 34.
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1.
Switch off the power supply of the LD-PeCo3100.
2.
Release and remove the 20-pin Harting connector on the rear-side.
3.
Secure the device from falling (e.g. through a second person). Remove the four screws
on the side of the adjustment holder resp. of the mast holder carefully and remove the
LD-PeCo3100 from the base.
4.
Remove the base of the holder from the rear-sside.
5.
Install the base of the holder on the rear-side of the spare unit.
6.
Connect the unit to the adjustment holder or the mast holder on the base.
7.
If necessary re-align unit according to Chapter 4.5 Mounting and Adjusting the Device,
Page 34.
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7.4.2
Connecting the PC via the setup cable
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
1.
Release the available connection from the interface adapter and connect instead the
9-pin D Sub socket of the setup cable 1 (no. 1025703).
2.
Route the supply voltage of the LD-PeCo through both available wires with banana socket (red = +, black = –).
3.
Switch on the supply voltage of the LD-PeCo.
The device is starting. The green LED will flash after the successful self-test.
4.
Connect the available 9-pin D Sub plug of the setup cable 1 to the RS 422/RS 232 converter B&B Model 4WSD9R. The pin assignment of the setup cable is identified with the
RS 422/RS 232 converter B&B Model 4WSD9R.
5.
Connect the PC to the RS 422/RS 232-converter.
Use thereby a RS 232 data cable with pin assignment 1:1 (extension cable).
LD-PeCo3100
1.
Connect the 20-pin Harting connector of the setup cable no. 6032770 to the rear-side
of the unit.
2.
Route the supply voltage for the electronics of the LD-PeCo3100 through both available
wires of the setup cable (white = +, brown = –). The heater will not be supplied with
voltage.
3.
Switch on the supply voltage for the LD-PeCo3100.
The LD-PeCo3100 will start after a successful selfcheck.
4.
Connect the 15-pin D Sub plug by a usermade adapter to a RS 422/RS 232 converter
(e.g. B&B Modell 4WSD9R ).
5.
Conntect the PC to the RS 422/RS 232 Konverter.
Use thereby a RS-232 data cable with a pin alignment of 1:1 (extension cable).
7.4.3
1.
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Download the parameter set and check functional ability
Switch on the PC and start Windows.
2.
Start Software PeCo Setup.
3.
In PeCo Setup, open the archived parameter set as configuration file „*.par“ and copy
to the LD-PeCo per download.
(See Chapter 6.3 PeCo Setup Configuration Software, Page 54)
4.
Check whether the replacement device is functioning in counting mode.
5.
If necessary, optimize the parameter set of the replacement device with PeCo Setup
and re-transmit on LD-PeCo.
6.
Save amended parameter set as new configuration file in PeCo Setup.
7.
Connect the previous connections to the device.
8.
Place the cover on the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 and lock the clamps.
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8
Troubleshooting
8.1
Overview of Possible Errors and Malfunctions
8.1.1
Mounting Errors
•
LD-PeCo is mounted incorrectly (e.g. in vicinity of doors).
•
LD-PeCo is aligned incorrectly (rotation angle).
•
More than one LD-PeCo used: the systems are arranged incorrectly.
8.1.2
•
Electrical Installation Errors
The LD-PeCo interfaces are connected wrongly.
8.1.3
Parametrisation Errors
•
The technical limitations of the device have not been taken into account.
•
Parameter values have not been adapted to the situation on-site.
8.1.4
•
8.2
Operational Malfunctions
Device errors (hardware/software)
Monitoring Error and Fault Signs
The LD-PeCo monitors itself during operation:
•
After the power supply has been switched on, the LD-PeCo automatically carries out a
self-test during which it checks important hardware components before it is initialized
(parameter set loaded and device functions initialized).
•
During operation, the LD-PeCo monitors the scanner head continuously to ensure that
it is rotating properly.
•
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15: If an error occurs, the red LED "ERROR" of the laser
measurement system will light up in the housing.
8.3
Troubleshooting
To carry out troubleshooting, you require the following tools:
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Tool kit
•
A digital multimeter
•
A PC running PeCo Setup software
•
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
A setup cable 1 (no.1025703), defined for RS 422/RS 232 interface converter B&B
Model 4WSDR9.
•
LD-PeCo3100:
Setup cable no. 6032770
•
A RS 422/RS 232 interface converter
•
A RS 232 data cable (1:1 pin assignment)
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Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
1. Inside the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
None of the LEDs light up.
The scanner head is not rotating.
No power supply on the terminals.
• Check the power supply
(24 V DC ± 15 % required).
• LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
Check: Are the power supply cables
properly secured to the 10-pin terminal
block?
LD-PeCo3100:
Is the 20-pin Harting connector pinned
and secured tightly? Is the power supply
connected properly?
• Check: Are the cables correctly poled?
2. Inside the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
None of the LEDs light up.
The scanner head only rotates for a
short while.
The power supply to the terminals is too
low.
Increase the wire cross-section.
3. Inside the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
The red LED lights up.
Defective device.
• Check: is the scanner head blocked?
• Switch off the power supply and then on
again.
Does the red LED still light up?
If yes, contact the SICK Service department.
4. LD-PeCo3100 (with heater):
Device will not be heated.
Wires cross-section is too small.
Check: Supply power of the heater (24 V
DC/AC required), adequate wire crosssection?
5. PeCo Setup: Configuration/Maintenance.
The PC running PeCo Setup can not
communicate with the LD-PeCo.
• Power supply for LD-PeCo has not been
switched on.
• PC not connected to the LD-PeCo.
• See errors 1., 2. and 3.
•
•
•
•
Tab. 8-1:
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• Connect the PC to theLD-PeCo
(LD-PeCo5,5/ LD-PeCo15: (use setup
cable 1 or cable 3, LD-PeCo3100 use
setup cable no. 6032770).
RS-422 data interface of LD-PeCo
• Connect the PC (RS 232) via a
connected incorrectly.
RS 422/RS 232 interface converter
(B&B Modell 4WSDR9) to the LD-PeCo.
Use a RS 232 data cable with 1:1 pin
alignment to connect the PC.
Wrong PC port used.
• Select the correct PC port with PeCo
Setup (e.g. COM 1).
Another program running on the PC has • Check the access to the port, if
already access to the selected PC port.
required close other programs.
Required power-up sequence not obser- • 1. Switch on LD-PeCo,
ved when switching on the LD-PeCo to2. connect LD-PeCo to the PC,
gether with the connected PC.
3. switch on the PC.
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Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
6. Count mode: no counts.
No pulses on the switching outputs
Count IN or Count OUT, although persons have passed the count area.
• LD-PeCo mounted incorrectly or aligned
incorrectly.
• Check whether the angle of roll and the
angle of pitch are zero.
To do so, use a spirit-level .
• Check whether the angle of yaw is zero
(scan beam perpendiculary to moving direction of the persons?)
To do so, use a scan finder.
• In PeCo Setup, select the MAINTENANCE
menu, select the SCANS/SEGMENTS tab,
click READ SCAN DATA.
Click SHOW SCAN DATA to check the profile
for inexplicable gaps in respect to the installation environment.
• See error 7.
• Big gaps in the measured profile.
• LD-PeCo parametrized incorrectly.
7. Counting mode: No counts.
• No queries on the Data interfaces
No counting results on the data interface
through Host/PC.
although people have passed the count
area.
• Data interface connected wrongly
• Communication parameter of the
Host/PC is not adapted to LD-PeCo.
• LD-PeCo is not in counting mode.
• LD-PeCo is not counting.
• Start queries with Service Code
(see Chapter 10.4 Supplementary documentation, Page 104).
• Connect the data interface (RS 422)
correctly.
• Set up communication parameter:
19,200 Bd, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit,
no parity.
• Start counting mode with PeCo Setup.
• See errors 5 and 7.
8. PeCo Setup: LD-PeCo in count mode.
Configuration faults:
The count data for Total In and Total Out • The outline has not been taught in.
displayed in PeCo Setup do not correspond with the number of persons who • Too many reference levels generated.
have passed the count area (number
too low).
•
•
•
•
9. Count mode:
Incoming persons are signaled on the
switching output Count OUT, outgoing
persons are signaled on the switching
output Count IN.
Tab. 8-1:
Rectifying with PeCo Setup:
• Read scan data, learn the outline
(see Chapter 6.5.4, Page 60).
• Check the numbers of generated reference levels (max. 20 per scan)
(see Chapter 6.5.4, Page 60).
• Check the set limitations
Count area restricted incorrectly.
(see Chapter 6.5.5, Page 63).
• Correct the parameters
The parameter values for candidates
(see Chapter 6.5.6, Page 65).
and objects have been set incorrectly.
• Correct the speed
The speed of persons have been set
(see Chapter 6.5.3, Page 59).
incorrectly.
• Select the MAINTENANCE menu, select the
Permanent objects occur in the count
area later. However, they were not there
COMMANDS tab, click DEBUG MODE.
while the outline was measured.
Check whether candidates are displayed
although nobody has passed the count
area. If necessary, remove objects
(like cables) and relearn the outline.
Check with the LS-70B Scan finder,
whether the light curtains are parallel.
IN count direction of the default setting
(IN = from scan A to scan B) has been
changed to "IN = from scan B to scan A“.
If chosen, change the connection of the
switching outputs.
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Fault
Possible cause
10. Count mode:
Inexplicable counting without anyone
passing the count area.
• The viewing windows are dirty or
scratched.
• Dust or smoke.
Remedy
• Clean both viewing windows carefully
with a soft, lint-free cloth.
• Inside the LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15:
check whether the glass window of the
scanner head is dirty. If it is dirty, clean
the window.
• Use a shield to screen against the sun• Direct sunlight.
light
• Avoid mounting the LD-PeCo over
• Blinding causes by mirror effects.
grounds made of glass or stainless steel.
• When opening, doors penetrate into the • Avoid mounting the LD-PeCo in front of
doors directly.
count area.
11. PeCo Setup: Configuration/MainteSaving not activated.
nance.
In PeCo Setup, the count data have not
been logged in a file.
Select the COUNTER READING menu, click
SETTINGS. Choose the options you need.
Activate logging the data.
12. PeCo Setup: LD-PeCo in count mode.
The request interval for the data is too long. Select the COUNTER READING menu,
click SETTINGS.
The count data for Last In and Last Out
Decrease the request interval.
displayed in PeCo Setup do not correspond with the number of persons who
passed the count area.
Tab. 8-1:
Troubleshooting for LD-PeCo (Contd.)
8.4
SICK Support
If a system error occurs repeatedly or if an error cannot be eliminated using the above steps,
the LD-PeCo may be defective. The user cannot repair the LD-PeCo, which means that it is
impossible to re-establish functions after a failure. However, the LD-PeCo can be replaced
by the user rapidly (see Chapter 7.4 Replacing a LD-PeCo, Page 87).
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If an error occurs which cannot be eliminated, please contact the SICK Service:
•
International: Competent SICK branch office or SICK subsidary.
– For phone numbers and e-mail addresses see the back page of these operating
instructions.
– For postal addresses please visit www.sick.com.
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Only return devices after consultation with the SICK Service.
NOTICE
Repairs to the LD-PeCo should only be carried out by qualified and authorised SICK AG
service staff.
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9
Technical Data
9.1
Order-No.
Type
Interface
Enclosure
rating
Heater
Operating ambient temperature
1023382
LD-PeCo5,5
RS 422
IP 40
no
0 to +40 °C (+32 to +104 °F)
1023383
LD-PeCo15
RS 422
IP 40
no
0 to +40 °C (+32 to +104 °F)
1044564
LD-PeCo3100
RS 422
IP 67
yes
–25 to +50 °C (–13 to +122 °F)
Tab. 9-1:
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Versions of the LD-PeCo
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Data sheet of LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15 People Counter
Type
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
Optic
Coaxial transmitter and receiver optic, Avalanche photo diode
Mounting height
LD-PeCo5,5: 2.5 m to 15 m (8.2 ft to 49.2 ft)
LD-PeCo15: 5.5 m to 15 m (18.0 ft to 49.2 ft)
Passage width
1 m to 26 m (3.3 ft to 85.3 ft)
Speed of passage
Max. 2.4 m/s (7.9 ft/s)
Scanning frequency
10 Hz ± 5 %
Scanning angle
90°
Light emission/entry
Via rotating scanner head and 2 viewing windows
Laser diode (wave length)
Infrared light (λ = 905 nm)
Pulse frequency
8 kHz ± 5 %
Laser class of device
Class 1, according to EN/IEC 60825-1, eye-safe
Optical indicators
4 x LED (display status) inside the housing
Data interface RS 422
serial
Data format
8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, fixed output format
Data transfer rate
19,200 bd
Digital switching outputs
2 x ("Count IN", "Count OUT")
– Semi-conductor, not short-circuit proof, highside, max. output current 0.5 A at 24 V DC
– Cycle 8.9 ms/8.9 ms per person (max. 56 persons/s per direction)
Electrical connection
– 1 x 10-pin terminal block on internal terminal board
– 2 x PG 11 conduit threads (for cable diameter 8 to 10 mm (0.32 in to 0.39 in))
Operating voltage
24 V DC ± 15 % (stabilized), according to IEC 60364-4-41
Power consumption
Switch on1): max. 36 W (1.5 A) at 24 V DC, at running the scanner head 2.1 A
Operation: typical 12 W (0.5 A) at 24 V DC, in addition max. 0.5 A per switching output
Housing (cover)
Polystyrene
Viewing windows
Special-plastic
Enclosure rating
IP 40 according to EN 60529 (1991-10); A1 (2002-02)
Protection class
III, according to EN61140 (2002-03)
EMC tested
According to EN 61000-6-3 (2001-10), EN 61000-6-1 (2001-10)
Weight
Approx. 6 kg (13.2 lb)
Operating ambient/storage temperature
0 °C to +40 °C/–20 °C to +80 °C (+32 °F to +104 °F/–4 °F to +176 °F)
Max. rel. humidity
5 to 85 %, not condensing
Housing colour
White aluminium (RAL 9006)
Attachment
Hinged food on device, pipe clamping system with second pivot, safety cord
1) switching outputs not connected
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Data sheet of LD-PeCo3100 People Counter
Type
LD-PeCo3100
Optic
Coaxial transmitter and receiver optic, Avalanche photo diode
Mounting height
3 m to 15 m (9.8 ft to 49.2 ft)
Passage width
1 m to 26 m (3.3 ft to 85.3 ft)
Passage speed
Max. 2.4 m/s (7.9 ft/s)
Scanning frequency
10 Hz ± 5 %
Scanning angle
90°
Light emission/entry
Via 2 sight windows
Laserdiode (wave length)
Infrared light (λ = 905 nm)
Pulse frequency
8 kHz ± 5 %
Laser class of device
Class 1, according to EN/IEC 60825-1, eye-safe
Data Interface RS 422
serial
Data format
8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, fixed output format
Data transfer date
19,200 Bd
Digital switching outputs
2 x ("Count IN", "Count OUT")
– Semi-conductor, not short-circuit proof, highside, max. output current 0.5 A at 24 V DC
– 8.9 ms/8.9 ms cycle per person (max. 56 persons per direction)
Electrical connection
– 1 x 20-pin Harting plug-in connection (screw terminal block)
– 3 x PG 11 conduit threads for cable diameter 5 to 12 mm (0.2 to 0.47 in)
Operation voltage
Electronics: 24 V DC ± 15 % (stabilized), according to IEC 60364-4-41
Heater: 24 V DC/AC (max. 6 V ripple), max. 6 A cyclecally
Power consumption
Switch on1): max. 36 W (1.5 A) at 24 V DC, at running of the scanner heads 2.1 A
Operation: typical 12 W (0.5 A) at 24 V DC, in addition max. 0.5 A per switching output
Housing
Base plate: casted aluminium, cover: PU
Viewing windows
Glass
Enclosure rating
IP 67 according to EN 60529 (1991-10); A1 (2002-02)
Protection class
III, according to EN61140 (2002-03)
EMC
According to EN 61000-6-3 (2001-10), EN 61000-6-1 (2001-10)
Weight
Approx. 8.5 kg (18.7 lb)
Operating ambient temperature
–25 °C to +50 °C (–13 to +122 °F), under 0 °C (+32 °F) with heating operation,
heating time around 90 min at –25 °C (–13 °F)
Storage temperature
–30 °C to +80 °C (–22 °F to +176 °F)
Max. rel. humidity
5 to 85 %, not condensing
colour of housing
White aluminium (RAL 9006)
Fastening device
4 x mounting threads M8, 9 mm (0.35 in) deep
Fastening protection tube (planned)
4 x mounting threads M4, 12 mm (0.47 in) deep
1) switching outputs not connected
Tab. 9-3:
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3.32
3.78
84.5
96
365
13.79
2.95
75
350
13.4
2.24
57
340
9.18
12
2.03
51.5
233
1.73
44
305
1.18
30
230
0.94
24
206.5 8.13
0.79
20
180
0.29
7.5
133
0.26
6.5
98
inch
mm
mm
7.09
Dimensional drawing LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
5.24
9.4.1
3.86
Dimensional drawings
inch
9.4
9.06
LD-PeCo People Counter
All dimensions in mm
Fig. 9-1:
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Dimensional drawing LD-PeCo3100
For conversion table
mm to inch see
Table 9-4, Page 98.
All dimensions in mm
Fig. 9-2:
Dimensions of LD-PeCo3100
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inch
mm
inch
mm
inch
14
0.55
125
4.92
243
9.57
33.8
1.33
143
5.63
264.6
10.42
35
1.38
175.3
6.9
269.2
10.6
62.5
2.46
180.3
7.1
316
12.45
350
13.79
69.8
2.75
234.3
9.23
71.5
2.81
236
9.29
Tab. 9-4:
98
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10.1
Overview of Appendix
The appendix contains the following additional information:
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•
Order information
•
Views/Dimensional drawings of the accessories/connection block diagrams
•
Supplementary documentation (overview)
•
Data communication via the data interface
•
Help in case of problems while starting the LD-PeCo
•
Copy of EC Declaration of conformity (page 1)
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10.2
Order information
10.2.1
LD-PeCo People Counter
Order-No.
Type
Interface
Enclosure
rating
Heater
Operating ambient temperature
1023382
LD-PeCo5,5
RS 422
IP 40
no
0 to +40 °C (+32 to +104 °F)
1023383
LD-PeCo15
RS 422
IP 40
no
0 to +40 °C (+32 to +104 °F)
1044564
LD-PeCo3100
RS 422
IP 67
yes
–25 to +50 °C (–13 to +122 °F)
Tab. 10-1:
10.2.2
Versions of the LD-PeCo
Accessories
Mounting accessoires (spare parts) for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
Order-Nr.
Description
5313008
Mounting pipe for the pipe clamping system, ∅ 30 mm (1.2 in), length 130 mm (5.1 in), aluminium
1025633
Safety cord for the pipe clamping system, steel rope with 2 snap hook
Tab. 10-2:
Available accessories: Mounting accessoires for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
Cables for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
Order-Nr.
Description
Wires
Length
Connection
See also
1025703
Setup cable 1, with 9-pin D Sub socket/9-pin D Sub plug and
two wires for supply voltage, coordinated with RS 422/
RS 232-converter B&B Model 4WSD9R
7
10 m
(32.8 ft)
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-Pe
Co15 to PC
(via converter)
Fig. 10-3,
Page 103
1027214
Setup cable 3, with 9-pin D Sub plug/open wire ends and two
wires for supply voltage, coordinated with RS 422/
RS 232 converter B&B Model 4WSD9R
9
10 m
(32.8 ft)
LD-PeCo5,5/LD-Pe
Co15 to PC
(via converter)
Fig. 10-4,
Page 104
Tab. 10-3:
Available accessories: Cables for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
Mounting accessories for LD-PeCo3100
Order-Nr.
Description
See also
2018303
Adjustment holder for mounting at plane areas, metal, weight approx. 1.6 kg (3.5 lb), incl. mounting
material
Fig. 10-1,
Page 102
2018304
Mast holder for mounting on vertical pipes with an outdoor diameter 70 to 140 mm (2.8 to 5.6 in),
metal, weight approx. 400 g (0.9 lb). The adjustment holder no. 2018303 is required additionally.
Fig. 10-2,
Page 102
5306222
Steel clamping strip for mast holder (cut by meter), 19 mm x 0.7 mm (0.7 in x 0.03 in).
2 pieces are required
5306221
Steel clamping strip lock. 2 pieces are required
Tab. 10-4:
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Cables for LD-PeCo3100
Order-Nr.
Description
Wires
Length
Connection
6032770
Setup cable in Y-completion, with 20-pin Harting socket (multi
point) at one end.
Splitted in a cable for the RS 422 data interface with 15-pin
D Sub HD plug and a cable for the supply voltage with open
ends
15
0.2 m
(7.9 in)
3m
(9.8 ft)
LD-PeCo3100 to PC
(via converter)
LD-PeCo3100 to supply voltage
Tab. 10-5:
2
Available accessories: Cables for LD-PeCo3100
Dry agent cartridge for LD-PeCo3100 (spare part)
Order-Nr.
Description
5306179
Dry agent cartridge, screw thread M36 x 1.5
Tab. 10-6:
Available accessories: Spare part for LD-PeCo3100
All LD-PeCo: Scan finder (laser detector)
Order-Nr.
Description
6020756
Scan finder for manuel operation/continuous operation, with LED display and acustic signal.
Electricity supply through 9 V block battery (supplied in delivery)
Tab. 10-7:
Available accessories: Scan finder (laser detector)
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10.3
mm
inch
9.5
0.37
14
0.55
50.9
2
100
3.94
Dimensional drawings of the accessoires
160.4 6.32
All dimensions in mm
Adjustment holder
no. 2018303
Mast holder
no. 2018304
1.42
2.28
3.23
4.73
36
58
82
120
For mast/pipe diameter 70 to 140 mm
(2.8 to 5.6 in)
0.38
9.7
For installing the
horizontal pipe
0.15
4
Opening for
steel clamping
inch
Dimensions of the adjustment holder no. 2018303 for LD-PeCo3100
mm
Fig. 10-1:
All dimensions in mm
Fig. 10-2:
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Dimensions of the combination of the adjustment holder no. 2018303 with mast holder no. 2018304 for LD-PeCo3100
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5
9
1
1
6
9-pin D Sub socket
(to LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15)
9
Setup cable 1
6
10.3.1
9-pin D Sub plug
Pin alignment of the plug coordinated with the
RS 422/RS 232 converter B&B Model 4WSD9R
All dimensions in mm
Fig. 10-3:
Dimensions of the setup cable 1 (no. 1025703) for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
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Setup cable 3
6
1
9
5
9-pin
D Sub
plug
to LD-PeCo5,5/
LD-PeCo15
Pin alignment of the plug coordinated with the
RS 422/RS 232 converter B&B Model 4WSD9R
All dimensions in mm
Fig. 10-4:
Signal
Farbe
Colour
1
DC 24 V
rosa +
rot
pink +
red
2
GND
grau +
blau
grey +
blue
6
RD+
braun
brown
7
TD+
grün
green
8
TD–
gelb
yellow
9
RD–
weiss
white
–
Schirm/shield blank
blank
Dimensions of the setup cable 3 (no. 1027214) for LD-PeCo5,5/LD-PeCo15
10.4
Supplementary documentation
Order-Nr.
Title
8013199
Product information "TVS100 and
English
LD-PeCo People Counting Systems"
Tab. 10-8:
Supplementary documentation
104
Nr.
Language Contents
Overview of people counting systems and applications
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Data Communication via RS 422 Interface
This section describes the interface protocol for addressing the LD-PeCo using Service
Codes. Before using these Service Codes, you need to ensure that the LD-PeCo is installed
correctly and is parameterized using the PeCo Setup configuration software. Before leaving
PeCo Setup, you have to start count mode.
10.5.1
Data Type Definition
Term
Format
Signed
INT8
1 Byte / –128 ... 127
INT16
2 Byte / –32768 ... 32767
INT32
4 Byte / –2147483648 ... 2147483647
Unsigned
BYTE
1 Byte / 0 ... 255
WORD
2 Byte / 0 ... 65535
DWORD
4 Byte / 0 ... 4294967295
Tab. 10-9:
10.5.2
Data communication: Terminology used
Communication parameters
The LD-PeCo uses the RS 422 interface with the following fixed settings:
•
8 data bits
•
1 stop bit
•
No parity
•
19,200 Bd
10.5.3
Service Code
The service code determines the type of services requested by the host computer.
This can be seen as a command.
The data format type is WORD.
The most significant bit defines whether the code is a request or a response. The most
significant bit is set to logical zero for a request and logical 1 for a response. The LD-PeCo
does not request normally data from the host. Under normal circumstances, the host sends
requests to which the LD-PeCo responds. The remaining bits of the high byte determine the
service group and the low byte determines the service number.
All customer services are operating 16 (10h).
Service Code
Bit
15
Bits 14 - 8
Bits 7 - 0
Function
Resp.
Service group 0 - 127
Service number 0 - 255
Tab. 10-10: Service Code
Resp: Response bit
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Terminology
Term
Meaning
BYTE
Unsigned, 8 Bits
WORD
Unsigned, 16 Bits
User Service
Service requirements for operating the LD-PeCo
User Protocol Frame (UPF)
Contains a service requirement of service-codes and data
UPF-Package
A UPF can be taken apart in UPF Packages.
The UPF Packages contain Header in order to reproduce the previous UPF.
Interface-Package (IF-Package)
A UPF Package with informations, depending on interface type
Tab. 10-11: Data communication: Used terminology
10.5.5
Adressing
The laser measurement system used in the LD-PeCo is based on the LD-OEM1000. If
several sensors and host computers are connected to each other, a mechanism will
distinguish the participants of such a network. Therefore, each participant must be
assigned to an unique adress, the network (ID). A data frame broadcasted over the network
contains the network adresses (ID) of the communication partner.
•
SID Source ID (identifies the transmitter)
•
DID Target ID (identifies the recepient)
SID and DID are BYTE-values and are limited from 1 to 254 (0 is reserved as a broadcast
adress; 255 is reserved for the application processor of the LD-PeCo). RS 422 is always a
point to point connection, therefore adressing the LD-PeCo would not be necessary. To keep
the protocols of all interfaces consistent, the addressing method will also be used on the
processed RS 422 interface.
10.5.6
Frame format of the user protocol
Service requests and their replies will be transmitted as a block of n words (WORDS);
whereas the first word identifies the service code followed by n-1 service-data words.
If the service request/reply are transmitted over an external interface, the service request/
reply will be called User Protocol Frame.
User Protocol Frame
1 WORD
n – 1 WORDS
Service Code
Service Data
Tab. 10-12: Data communication: Frame format
The number of data words (WORDS), which follow the service code, are described indirectly
by the service code itself or written in the service data. BYTE-data are packed in the service
data under the usage of Big Endian-Formats, this means:
Within a BYTE sequence of k BYTES (counted from 0 to k-1), the data bytes will be written
with even order numbers in the more significant byte and their successors in the less
significant byte of the same data word.
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Example:
Packing of BYTE Strings "Hello" in service data
WORD[ 1 ]
WORD[ 2 ]
WORD[ 3 ]
Hi
Lo
Hi
Lo
Hi
"H"
"e"
"l"
"l"
"o"
Lo
Tab. 10-13: Data communication: Example for packing a BYTE String in the big endian format
10.5.7
Seperating and re-assembling packages
The communication with the LD-PeCo is based on the exchange of the data packages.
The size of a data package may differ, but it is restricted to a maximum size. This is:
•
128 Words (WORDS) in one RS-232/RS-422-Package
In order to transmit a User Protocol Frame, it is required to part these into several parts.
Each part is supplemented with a header and is termed as User Protocol Frame Packets,
abbreviated UPF Packages. The length of a UPF Package depends on the used interface
(See Chapter 10.5.8 Package formats on external interfaces, Page 108)
The received node must re-assemble these packages to the previous User Protocol Frame.
Every UPF Package contains a Header-Package, which provides information for the correct
assembly of the frame.
The Header-Package comprises two words (WORDS):
1.
Sequence Flag
A sequence of packages is a number of UPF Packages, which contains data of the same
User Protocol Frame. The sequence flag marks the first package in a sequence of packages; the other packages do not contain a sequence flag.
2.
Package-ID
The Package-ID of the first UPF Package contains the number of the required packages
to complete the current frame (including the first package).
Every subsequent package has a package ID value which equals the package ID value
of the previous package, reduced by the value1. Therefore, the last package in the sequence has the package ID value 1.
Package Header
Package data
Sequence Flag Package-ID
FFFFh
0002 ... FFFFh
Tab. 10-14: Data communication: Header Format of the first UPF Package in a package sequence
Package Header
Package data
Package ID
0001 ... FFFEh
Tab. 10-15: Data communication: Header Format of the following UPF packages in a package
sequence
Exception:
If a User Protocol Frame fits completely into only one package, the sequence flag will be
suppressed and the package ID has the value 0.
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Package Header
Package data
Package ID
0000h
Tab. 10-16: Data communication: Header format of a UPF package sequence comprising a single
package
Example for breakdown:
Frame
k, n
Meaning
1. Frame: complete in 1 package
k=0
Frame data, single package
2. Frame: complete in 1 package
k=0
Frame data, single package
3. Frame: borken down into 4 packages
n = FFFFh, k = 4
Frame data, first package
3. Frame (continued)
k=3
Frame data, second package
3. Frame (continued)
k=2
Frame data, third package
3. Frame (continued)
k=1
Frame data, last package
4. Rahmen: complete in 1 package
k=0
Frame data, single package
n is the value of the sequence flag, k is the Package ID value
Tab. 10-17: Data communication: Example for package seperation
10.5.8
Package formats on external interfaces
In order to be able to send an UPF package to an interface, it needs to be inserted in an
Interface package (IF package, interface package).
RS-422-package transmission
The IF-package format for the seriell interface is composed as follows:
Word
Contents
Meaning
0
SID
Source address (more significant BYTE)
DID
Target address (less significant BYTE)
1
LEN
Number of following data words, including CRC (max. 126)
2 till LEN
DATA
UPF package data, including package header (max. 125 words).
LEN + 1
CRC
Checksum, directly after the package data
Tab. 10-18: RS 422 Interface: IF package format
The 16-Bit CRC value will be calculated over all words (WORDS) (from SID until the last data
word), excluding the CRC-value itself. A C-code example for the checksum calculation is
shown in Chapter 10.5.14 C-Code-example for the CRC-calculation RS-422), Page 113
The used polynom for the CRC-generator is 1021h:
g (x) = x16 + x12 + x5 + 1
The starting value of the CRC is FFFFh.
All data values in a RS 422 frame will be transmitted as hexadecimal ASCII, the hexadecimal
numbers Ah to Fh will be codified with small- or big letters. The CRC-value will be calculated
before the ASCII-codification.
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Example:
The decimal data word value 41853 amounts to hexadecimals A37Dh. As a result the four
ASCII letters n "a37d" will be transmitted. The byte sequence is 61h 33h 37h 64h.
The IF package will be transmitted in Big Endian-Format: the more significant byte will be
transmitted first. The package starts with a STX (02h) and ends with an ETX (03h).
A complete IF package of RS 422 interface contains max. 514 bytes.
Byte number
Meaning
Number of bytes
0
STX
1
1
SID
2
3
DID
2
5
LEN
4
9
DATA
LEN x 4
...
...
...
(LEN x 4 ) + 9
CRC
4
(LEN x 4 ) + 10
ETX
1
Tab. 10-19: RS 422 Interface: Number of bytes in a complete IF Package
Transmission control:
The host can send the control character XON (11h) / XOFF (13h) to the LD-PeCo in order to
signalise that it is not permitted to send data (XOFF) or permitted to send (XON). These
control characters are not sent by the LD-PeCo itself.
Error handling:
If an overflow or checksum error occurs while the LD-PeCo receives a package, it will send
a NAK (15h) to the host to show that the current package will be ignored and that the
current frame will be rejected.
10.5.9
Available services
The list provides an overview over the available services.
Service Group 16 (10h): LD-PeCo
Service No.
Service
03h
Set_CountDirection
06h
Reset_CountingData
0Dh
Get_SystemStatus
0Eh
Get_CountingData
Tab. 10-20: Available services
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10.5.10 Set_CountDirection
Service, to determine the count direction of the LD-PeCo.
In the default setting the IN count data of people, who are passing the count area from Scan
A (direct Scan) to Scan B (reflected by the mirror), is issued as value "CountIn" respectively
as signals on the switching output "Count IN".
In contrast , the count IN data of people, who are passing the count area from Scan B to
Scan A vice versa, are issued in the output value "CountOUT" respectively as signals on the
switching output "CountOUT".
Host command:
(Service Code 1003h)
Parameter
Type
Meaning
Direction
Word
000h
Counting for IN: from Scan A to Scan B.
Incoming people, who pass the count area from Scan
A to Scan B, will be displayed at issue value "CountIn"
resp. as signals on the switching output "Count IN".
FFFh
Counting for IN: from Scan B to Scan A.
Incoming people, who pass the count area from Scan
B to Scan A, will be displayed at issue value "CountOut" resp. as signals on the switching output "CountOUT"
Tab. 10-21: Command: Set_CountDirection
Respone of LD-PeCo:
(Service Code 9003h)
Parameter
Type
Meaning
Direction
Word
See Tab. 10-21.
Tab. 10-22: Respone of LD-PeCo: Service Code 9003h
10.5.11 Reset_CountingData
Service, to reset the counting register in LD-PeCo.
Host-command:
(Service Code 1006h)
Parameter
Type
Meaning
-
-
-
Tab. 10-23: Command: Reset_CountingData
Respone of LD-PeCo:
(Service Code 9006h)
Parameter
Type
Meaning
-
-
-
Tab. 10-24: Respone of LD-PeCo: Service Code 9006h
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10.5.12 Get_SystemStatus
Service, to query the status of the LD-PeCo.
Host command:
(Service Code 100Dh)
Parameter
Type
Meaning
-
-
-
Tab. 10-25: Command: Get_SystemStatus
Response of LD-PeCo:
(Service Code 900Dh)
Parameter
Type
Meaning
SystemStatus
Word
0000h
Device is counting
0001h
Device is not counting
0002h
Device is not counting
Tab. 10-26: Respone of LD-PeCo: Service Code 900Dh
Important
In case of a response "0001h" or "0002h" the LD-PeCo has to be reset in the counting mode
by means of the PeCo Setup Configurationssoftware.
To do so, it is required to carry out a learn phase for the surrounding contour.
10.5.13 Get_CountingData
Service, to request the counting data of the LD-PeCo.
Host-command:
(Service Code 100Eh)
Parameter
Type
Meaning
-
-
-
Tab. 10-27: Command: Get_CountingData
Response of LD-PeCo:
(Service Code 900Eh)
Parameter
Type
Meaning
ID
Word
User-ID of the people counter
CountIn
Word
Counting data of incoming people
CountOut
Word
Counting data of outgoing people
Tab. 10-28: Response of LD-PeCo: Service Code 900Eh
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10.5.14 C-Code-example for the CRC-calculation RS-422)
Example C code to calculate a CRC sum:
/*
**************************************************************************
Project:
File:
generic project
crc16c.c
CRC16 calculation
Version:
Date:
Compiler:
Developed by:
Copyright:
V0.0.1
20.09.1998
Uwe Reuther
(c) IBEO Lasertechnic GmbH 1998
**************************************************************************
Abstract:
routines for calculating a 16 bits CRC signature using the generator
polynom x^16 + x^12 + x^5 + 1 as recommended by the ITU.T V.42
(former CCITT); all routines use a table driven algorithm
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Modification History:
0.0.1
20.09.1998
created
***************************************************************************/
#define CRC16C_C
// includes
#include "cpu-dep.h"
//========================================================================
// local scope defines
// (global scope in seperate header file: this_file.h)
//========================================================================
// local scope macros
// (global macros in seperate header file: this_file.h)
//========================================================================
// local scope type definitions
// (global scope in seperate header file: this_file.h)
//========================================================================
// local scope prototype declarations (type modifier: PRIVATE)
// (global scope in seperate header file: this_file.h)
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//========================================================================
// global scope global variable definitions (type modifier: PUBLIC)
//========================================================================
// local scope global variable definitions (type modifier: PRIVATE)
// XOR table for CRC algorithm, CRC-16, ITU.T X.25
// polynomial: h1021
PRIVATE const WORD crctab[256] =
{
0x0000, 0x1021, 0x2042, 0x3063,
0x8108, 0x9129, 0xa14a, 0xb16b,
0x1231, 0x0210, 0x3273, 0x2252,
0x9339, 0x8318, 0xb37b, 0xa35a,
0x2462, 0x3443, 0x0420, 0x1401,
0xa56a, 0xb54b, 0x8528, 0x9509,
0x3653, 0x2672, 0x1611, 0x0630,
0xb75b, 0xa77a, 0x9719, 0x8738,
0x48c4, 0x58e5, 0x6886, 0x78a7,
0xc9cc, 0xd9ed, 0xe98e, 0xf9af,
0x5af5, 0x4ad4, 0x7ab7, 0x6a96,
0xdbfd, 0xcbdc, 0xfbbf, 0xeb9e,
0x6ca6, 0x7c87, 0x4ce4, 0x5cc5,
0xedae, 0xfd8f, 0xcdec, 0xddcd,
0x7e97, 0x6eb6, 0x5ed5, 0x4ef4,
0xff9f, 0xefbe, 0xdfdd, 0xcffc,
0x9188, 0x81a9, 0xb1ca, 0xa1eb,
0x1080, 0x00a1, 0x30c2, 0x20e3,
0x83b9, 0x9398, 0xa3fb, 0xb3da,
0x02b1, 0x1290, 0x22f3, 0x32d2,
0xb5ea, 0xa5cb, 0x95a8, 0x8589,
0x34e2, 0x24c3, 0x14a0, 0x0481,
0xa7db, 0xb7fa, 0x8799, 0x97b8,
0x26d3, 0x36f2, 0x0691, 0x16b0,
0xd94c, 0xc96d, 0xf90e, 0xe92f,
0x5844, 0x4865, 0x7806, 0x6827,
0xcb7d, 0xdb5c, 0xeb3f, 0xfb1e,
0x4a75, 0x5a54, 0x6a37, 0x7a16,
0xfd2e, 0xed0f, 0xdd6c, 0xcd4d,
0x7c26, 0x6c07, 0x5c64, 0x4c45,
0xef1f, 0xff3e, 0xcf5d, 0xdf7c,
0x6e17, 0x7e36, 0x4e55, 0x5e74,
};
0x4084,
0xc18c,
0x52b5,
0xd3bd,
0x64e6,
0xe5ee,
0x76d7,
0xf7df,
0x0840,
0x8948,
0x1a71,
0x9b79,
0x2c22,
0xad2a,
0x3e13,
0xbf1b,
0xd10c,
0x5004,
0xc33d,
0x4235,
0xf56e,
0x7466,
0xe75f,
0x6657,
0x99c8,
0x18c0,
0x8bf9,
0x0af1,
0xbdaa,
0x3ca2,
0xaf9b,
0x2e93,
0x50a5,
0xd1ad,
0x4294,
0xc39c,
0x74c7,
0xf5cf,
0x66f6,
0xe7fe,
0x1861,
0x9969,
0x0a50,
0x8b58,
0x3c03,
0xbd0b,
0x2e32,
0xaf3a,
0xc12d,
0x4025,
0xd31c,
0x5214,
0xe54f,
0x6447,
0xf77e,
0x7676,
0x89e9,
0x08e1,
0x9bd8,
0x1ad0,
0xad8b,
0x2c83,
0xbfba,
0x3eb2,
0x60c6,
0xe1ce,
0x72f7,
0xf3ff,
0x44a4,
0xc5ac,
0x5695,
0xd79d,
0x2802,
0xa90a,
0x3a33,
0xbb3b,
0x0c60,
0x8d68,
0x1e51,
0x9f59,
0xf14e,
0x7046,
0xe37f,
0x6277,
0xd52c,
0x5424,
0xc71d,
0x4615,
0xb98a,
0x3882,
0xabbb,
0x2ab3,
0x9de8,
0x1ce0,
0x8fd9,
0x0ed1,
0x70e7,
0xf1ef,
0x62d6,
0xe3de,
0x5485,
0xd58d,
0x46b4,
0xc7bc,
0x3823,
0xb92b,
0x2a12,
0xab1a,
0x1c41,
0x9d49,
0x0e70,
0x8f78,
0xe16f,
0x6067,
0xf35e,
0x7256,
0xc50d,
0x4405,
0xd73c,
0x5634,
0xa9ab,
0x28a3,
0xbb9a,
0x3a92,
0x8dc9,
0x0cc1,
0x9ff8,
0x1ef0
//========================================================================
// global scope function definitions (type modifier: PUBLIC)
/*
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Function:
block_crc16_byte
Abstract:
calculates CRC16 signature of a block of bytes
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type
WORD
functional description
CRC signature
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WORD
WORD[]
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initial_crc
crctab
functional description
pointer to data block
number of bytes in data block
initial CRC value
CRC XOR table (as global variable)
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PUBLIC WORD block_crc16_byte
(
BYTE*
data,
WORD
numofbytes,
WORD
initial_crc
)
{
WORD crc = initial_crc;
while( numofbytes-- )
crc = ( (crc << 8) | *data++ ) ^ crctab[crc>>8];
return crc;
}
/*
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Function:
block_crc16_word
Abstract:
calculates CRC16 signature of a block of data words (16bit)
Version:
1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Return value:
type
WORD
functional description
CRC signature
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type
WORD*
WORD
WORD
WORD[]
identifier
data
numofbytes
initial_crc
crctab
functional description
pointer to data block
number of bytes (not words!) in data block
initial CRC value
CRC XOR table (as global variable)
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PUBLIC WORD block_crc16_word
(
WORD*
data,
WORD
numofbytes,
WORD
initial_crc
)
{
register WORD d;
register WORD crc = initial_crc;
numofbytes >>= 1;
while( numofbytes-- )
{
d = *data++;
crc = ( (crc << 8) | ((BYTE)( d >> 8 ) ) ) ^ crctab[crc>>8];
crc = ( (crc << 8) | ((BYTE) d ))
^ crctab[crc>>8];
}
return crc;
}
/*
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Function:
crc16_byte
Abstract:
calculates CRC16 signature of a single data byte
Version:
1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Return value:
type
WORD
functional description
CRC signature
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WORD
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data
initial_crc
functional description
data byte
initial CRC value
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crctab
CRC XOR table (as global variable)
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PUBLIC WORD crc16_byte
(
BYTE
data,
WORD
initial_crc
)
{
register WORD crc = initial_crc;
crc = ( (crc << 8) | data ) ^ crctab[crc>>8];
return crc;
}
/*
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Function:
crc16_word
Abstract:
calculates CRC16 signature of a single data word (16bit)
Version:
1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Return value:
type
WORD
functional description
CRC signature
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WORD
WORD
WORD[]
identifier
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crctab
functional description
data word
initial CRC value
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PUBLIC WORD crc16_word
(
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WORD
WORD
data,
initial_crc
)
{
register WORD crc = initial_crc;
crc = ( (crc << 8) | ((BYTE)( data >> 8 ) ) ) ^ crctab[crc>>8];
crc = ( (crc << 8) | ((BYTE) data ))
^ crctab[crc>>8];
return crc;
}
//========================================================================
// local scope function definitions (type modifier: PRIVATE)
//========================================================================
// EOF crc16c.c
Example C code to generate the CRC table used in the above example:
#include <stdio.h>
#define CRC_POLY 0x1021
typedef unsigned short WORD;
WORD get_crctab_val
(
int idx
)
{
WORD value;
WORD old_val;
int k;
value = ( (WORD) idx ) << 8;
for( k=0; k<8; k++ )
{
old_val = value;
value <<= 1;
if( old_val & 0x8000 ) value ^= CRC_POLY;
}
return value;
}
void main( void )
{
FILE *out;
WORD value;
int
k, i;
out = fopen( "crctab.c", "wt" );
if( out == NULL )
{
puts( "\ncannot generate crctab.c !!\n\n" );
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return;
}
fprintf(
fprintf(
fprintf(
fprintf(
fprintf(
fprintf(
out,
out,
out,
out,
out,
out,
"// put header here\n\n" );
"#include \"cpu-dep.h\"\n\n" );
"// XOR table for CRC algorithm, CRC-16, ITU.T X.25\n" );
"// polynomial: h%4x\n\n", CRC_POLY );
"const WORD crctab[256] = \n" );
" {" );
i = 0;
for( k=0; k<256; k++ )
{
value = get_crctab_val( k );
if( i == 0 )
fprintf( out, "\n
0x%04x,", value );
else if( k >= 248 && i >= 7 )
fprintf( out, " 0x%04x", value );
else
fprintf( out, " 0x%04x,", value );
if( ++i >= 8 ) i = 0;
}
fprintf( out, "\n
fclose( out );
};\n\n" );
}
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10.6
Help in case of problems while starting the LD-PeCo
If the power supplies for the LD-PeCo and the PC/host are switched on simultaneously while
the PC/host is connected to the LD-PeCo, a so called break signal may be generated on the
data cable. It is possible that this signal operates as a Reset Level 2 signal suppressing the
start of people counting application in the laser measurement system of the LD-PeCo. The
LD-PeCo neither responds to the PeCo Setup configuration software nor to an external
program generated by the user for requesting the count data via data interface.
Avoid the break signal by starting the system in the following sequence:
1.
Switch on the power supply to the LD-PeCo.
2.
Connect the LD-PeCo to the PC/host using a data cable
3.
Switch on the PC/host.
Problem Solutions
¾
Switch on-off the power supply of the LD-PeCo
– or –
Use service code DO_RESET
Together with the service-code DO_RESET, the application "people counter" in the laser
measurement system can also be started afterwards over the data interface.
DO_RESET
Service code: 0401h
Description
The LD-PeCo carries out a reset sequence.
Parameter
Type
Meaning
RESETLEVEL
WORD
0000h
Reset (CPU initialises newly)
Tab. 10-29: Service Code: DO_RESET (request command)
Response of the LD-PeCo: 8401h
Description
Resonse of the LD-PeCo
Parameter
Type
Meaning
RESETLEVEL
WORD
0000h
Reset (CPU initialises newly)
Tab. 10-30: Response to DO_RESET
If the reset level "0000h" is requested, the LD-PeCo responds before carrying out the
command. During the reset and initialization, the LD-PeCo does not respond to any
command.
¾
Note
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After the LD-PeCo and the PC/host have been started and initalized, the DO_RESET
command needs to be send once to the LD-PeCo.
The LD-PeCo will carry out the reset sequence with new initialization and will start the
people counting application.
If you use the switching outputs Count IN and Count OUT only (not the data interface) to
signal the count results, it will not be necessary to send the reset command to the LD-PeCo.
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10.7
EC Declaration of Conformity
10.7.1
Copy of the EC Declaration of Conformity
Fig. 10-6 shows a scaled down copy of the EC Declaration of conformity, page 1.
¾
Fig. 10-6:
The complete EC Declaration of Conformity and the list of device versions and the
standards met can be requested from SICK AG.
Copy of the EC Declaration of conformity, page 1 (scaled down in size)
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