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INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION
July 7, 2012 WEIGHT CONTROLLER TYPE FLEX MONO FILLER
Table of contents.
Table of contents. ................................................................................................................ 2
Explanation of production screen. ...................................................................................... 3
Wiring connection for Flex-MF model Flex. ...................................................................... 4
Wiring connection for Flex-MF model Flex-2100. ............................................................ 5
Selection Menu. .................................................................................................................. 6
First use of the indicator. .................................................................................................... 7
Calibration........................................................................................................................... 8
Setup the filling configuration. ........................................................................................... 9
Configuration Parameters. ................................................................................................ 10
Select/Edit Recipe. ............................................................................................................ 11
Edit Recipe parameters. .................................................................................................... 12
Recipe parameters. ............................................................................................................ 13
Production data. ................................................................................................................ 14
Information. ...................................................................................................................... 15
Sequence example. ............................................................................................................ 16
Profibus Data Explanation. ............................................................................................... 16
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Explanation of production screen.
Possible Indicator Errors:
-----------: Indicator not available.
=====
: Maximum display value exceeded.
UUUUU
: Hardware Under load (loadcell defect?).
OOOOO
: Hardware Over load (loadcell defect?).
CCCCC
: No valid calibration available
Tare active
Zero active
Indicator stable
Run mode
Coarse dosing output on
Fine dosing output on
Dosing Busy output on
Sign
Create new
zero level
Create new
Tare level
Actual setpoint
Actual recipe
Start controller
in run mode
Actual status
Actual target
Actual value
Seclect/edit
recipe
Return to
main menu
Show dosed
values
Start next
dosing
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Wiring connection for Flex-MF model Flex.
Loadcell connection
Loadcell connection,
15p sub-D Female:
1. + Excitation
2. + sense
3. – Excitation
4. – Sense
5. + Signal
6. – Signal
Housing. Shield
Digital Outputs:
AC Power supply
230 Vac
50/60 Hz
Output
Fine
Dosing
Output
Coarse
Dosing
Output
Dosing
Ready
Output
Dosing
Busy
Digital Inputs:
Input 1: Start (option)
Input 2: Stop (option)
Input 3: Start dosing
Input 4-8: Not used
Analog Outputs: (option)
Analog output 1:
Fine/Coarse speed
Fine/
Coarse
Speed
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Wiring connection for Flex-MF model Flex-2100.
Loadcell connection,
Digital Outputs:
Output
Fine
Dosing
Output
Coarse
Dosing
Output
Dosing
Ready
Digital Inputs:
AC Power supply
230 Vac
50/60 Hz
Output
Dosing
Busy
Not
Used
Not
Used
Not
Used
Not
Used
Analog Output: (option)
Analog output:
Fine/Coarse speed
Fine/
Coarse
Speed
Input 1: Start (option)
Input 2: Stop (option)
Input 3: Start dosing
Input 4-8: Not used
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Selection Menu.
From the Selection menu it’s possible to enter the several Screens.
The Configuration and System setting are locked by a password, log-in with the
Log-in button first. To log-out, press the Log-out button.
Screen if Configuration and System settings are disabled:
System Log-in
Screen if Configuration and System settings are enabled:
System Log-out
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First use of the indicator.
Before using the controller, please setup the internal indicator first.
Login first to enter the System settings,
Default no password is selected.
The overall password is “25630”.
Enter the System settings.
Set the display stepsize in the
indicator format menu.
The step size defines the scaled parts of the weight value.
The display value will be round off to the nearest value with a
valid step size.
Step size can be set at 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000,
2000 or 5000.
Set the point position in the
indicator format menu.
The Decimal point defines the point position of the weight value.
Decimal point position can be set from NONE to 0,00000.
Set the maximum display
value of the indicator
Delete previous calibration
points.
Calibrate the zero point
(deadload)
In the calibration menu
Calibrate a gain point
(Reference weight)
In the calibration menu
To prevent overload by the user, the FLEX will not show any
weight above this value.
In certified mode the max load is not allowed to be more then
the maximum load + 9 scale parts.
All previous calibration points should first be deleted before
making a new calibration.
When all points are deleted, first calibrate the Dead load (0).
Make sure the scale is completely empty and type 0 in the
“Add/Replace” field by pressing the
“Edit” button.
To save the zero point press the “+ Activate” button.
The Dead load is calibrated now.
To calibrate the gain weight put a reference weight on the
scale.
Press the “Edit” button to type the exact reference weight in the
“Add/Replace” field.
To save the reference weight, press the “ + activate button”.
The reference weight is calibrated now.
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Calibration.
To calibrate the indicator, follow the next steps:
Enter the “CAL” code and
press OK.
This “CAL” code is shown
in the right upper corner.
Delete all old calibration points.
Make sure all points are deleted.
Make sure the weigher is empty and
press the “+Activate” button to save the
zero point
Press “EDIT” and put a reference weight on the
weigher. Enter the weight of the reference
weight and press OK.
To save the second point, press the
“+Activate” button.
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Setup the filling configuration.
Before using the controller, please setup the configuration for your application
first.
Login first to enter the System settings,
Default no password is selected.
The overall password is “25630”.
Press the blue “Par.” fields to enter the needed values.
Press the Question marks to open information about the parameter.
Press the “Default” button to reset to factory setting.
Press the “Return” button to return to the previous screen.
Open parameter
information
Edit parameters
Scroll bar
Return to
Previous screen
Reset to factory
settings
Use the scroll bar to enter the next values.
Factory settings:
Stability
Pos/neg
Nett/Gross
K.E.B.time
Inflight correction
Hold time
Display hold time
Coarse delay
Fine delay
Password
:Hold time + Stable
:Positive weighing
:Nett weighing
:700 msec
:50 %
:2000 msec
:2000 msec
:1 msec
:1 msec
:0 (disabled)
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Configuration Parameters.
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Select/Edit Recipe.
To select a recipe, press the “recipe” button from the production screen.
Select a recipe by pressing on the recipe name in the blue fields.
Use the scroll bar to select the next recipes.
The screen will automatically return to the production screen after selection.
To edit a recipe Press the recipe number in the gray fields.
To enter the recipe edit screen the user must be logged in.
To return to the production screen without changes, press the “Return” button.
Edit Recipe
Select Recipe
Scroll bar
Return to
Production screen
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Edit Recipe parameters.
To edit the recipe name, press the recipe name button.
To edit a recipe parameter, press the value in the blue fields.
Press the question marks to open information about the parameter.
To return to the previous screen and save the recipe, press the “Return” button.
Open parameter
information
Edit Recipe
name
Edit Recipe
parameter
Return to
Previous screen
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Recipe parameters.
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Production data.
To view the total dosed values, press the “production data” button.
To reset the subtotals, press the Subt.” Button
To reset the totals and subtotals, press the “Total” button.
Press the question marks to open information about the parameter.
To return to the previous screen, press the “Return” button.
Open parameter
information
Return to
Previous screen
Reset sub totals
Reset totals
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Information.
To view the Penko contact information, press the “information” button from the
selection menu.
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Sequence example.
Sequence:
1. Start.
2. Wait for start dosing.(ready ON)
3. Start dosing (Input 3)
4. Dosing busy ON.
5. Tare (if Nett dosing is enabled).
6. Coarse and Fine delay.
7. Coarse and Fine dosing.
8. Dosing until Setpoint – Turnover.
9. Coarse dosing OFF.
10. K.E.B.Time.
11. Dosing Fine until Setpoint – Inflight.
12. Fine dosing OFF.
13. Wait for stable and Holdtime parameter.
14. Calculate new inflight.
15. Dosing Busy OFF.
16. Dosing ready ON.
17. Wait till input start dosing OFF.
18. Restart.
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Profibus Data Explanation.
Status Information from the Controller:
1) 32 bit signed Integer / float Gross Weight
2) 16 bit status information
1 = tare active
2 = preset tare active
3 = new sample available
4 = calibration invalid
5 = calibration enabled
6 = user certified operation
7 = reserved
8 = reserved
9 = hardware overload detected
10 = overload detected
11 = stable signal
12 = in stable range
13 = zero corrected
14 = center of zero
15 = in zero range
16 = zero tracking posible
3) 16 bit command/Reserve bits
4) 16 bits input status
1 = Start
2 = Stop
3 = Start Dosing
Others not use
5) 16 bits output status
201 = Fine Dosing
202 = Coarse Dosing
203 = Ready
204 = Dosing Busy
Others not use
6) 32 bits marker status
401 = Positive weighing
402 = Negative weighing
403 = Nett
404 = H+S
405 = H
406 = H/S
407 = S+H
411 = Fine Maker
412 = Coarse marker.
Others not in Use
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7) 32 bits signed integer,
8) 32 bits signed integer,
9) 32 bits signed integer,
10) 32 bits signed integer,
Nett Weight
Last Dosed
Setpoint
Dac Speed
Status Information from the PLC:
1) 16 bits Command/ Reserved Bits
1 = zero reset command
2 = zero set command
3 = tare off
4 = tare on
5 = free
6 = free
7 = free
8 = free
2) 32 bits Control markers
969 = Start
970 = Start Dosing
971 = spare 1
972 = spare 2
973 = Used Setpoint from Profibus
974 = Used Turnover from Profibus
975 = Used Inflight from Profibus
976 = Used Analoge from Profibus
Others not in use.
3) 32 bits Signed integer,
Setpoint
4) 32 bits Signed integer,
Turnover
5) 32 bits Signed integer,
Inflight / Coarse Speed
6) 32 bits Signed integer,
Fine Speed
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