external rewinder - Carl Valentin GmbH

external rewinder - Carl Valentin GmbH
EXTERNAL REWINDER
Operating Manual
Copyright by Carl Valentin GmbH / 7952050.0712
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Trademarks
All named brands or trademarks are registered brands or registered
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labelled. It must not be concluded from the missing labelling that it is
not a registered brand or a registered trademark.
Carl Valentin GmbH
Postfach 3744
78026 Villingen-Schwenningen
Neckarstraße 78 – 86 u. 94
78056 Villingen-Schwenningen
Phone
Fax
+49 (0)7720 9712-0
+49 (0)7720 9712-9901
E-Mail
Internet
info@carl-valentin.de
www.carl-valentin.de
PR10, PR12, PR15, PR17
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents ............................................................................. 3 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 4 4.1 4.2 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 6 07.12
Introduction............................................................................ 5 General Instructions ................................................................ 5 Intended Use ........................................................................... 5 Safety Instructions ................................................................... 6 Environmentally-Friendly Disposal .......................................... 7 Product Description .............................................................. 9 Function ................................................................................... 9 Device Type............................................................................. 9 Technical Data....................................................................... 10 Overview................................................................................ 11 Initiation ................................................................................ 13 Unpacking.............................................................................. 13 Scope of Delivery .................................................................. 13 Setting up the Rewinder ........................................................ 13 Connecting PR12 and PR17 to the Electric Circuit ............... 13 Connecting PR10 and PR15 to the Electric Circuit ............... 14 Settings ................................................................................ 15 Selecting the Winding Direction ............................................ 15 Adjusting the Reverse Roller for PR12 and PR17 ................ 16 Label Rewinding .................................................................. 17 Rewinding Directly onto Rewinding Shaft ............................. 17 Rewinding onto 40 mm Cardboard Core ............................... 19 Rewinding onto 76 mm Cardboard Core ............................... 21 Index ..................................................................................... 23 Operating Manual
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Introduction
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Introduction
1.1 General Instructions
Important information and instructions in this document are
designated as follows:
DANGER identifies an extraordinarily great and immediate
danger which could lead to serious injury or even death.
WARNING identifies a possible danger would could lead
to serious bodily injury or even death if sufficient
precautions are not taken.
CAUTION indicates a potentially dangerous situation
which could lead to moderate or light bodily injury or
damage to property.
NOTICE gives you tips. They make a working sequence
easier or draw attention to important working processes.
Gives you tips on protecting the environment.

Handling instruction

Optional accessories, special fittings
Time
Information in the display
1.2 Intended Use
The device is a state-of-the-art device which complies with the
recognized safety-related rules and regulations. Despite this, a danger
to life and limb of the user or third parties could arise and the device
or other property could be damaged while operating the device.
The device may only be used while in proper working order and for
the intended purpose. Users must be safe, aware of potential dangers
and must comply with the operating instructions. Faults, in particular
those which affect safety, must be remedied immediately.
The device is intended exclusively as a peripheral unit for the printers
of Compa II series to rewind suitable materials that have been
approved by the manufacturer. Any other or additional use is not
intended. The manufacturer/supplier is not liable for damage resulting
from misuse. Any misuse is at your own risk.
Intended used includes heeding the operating manual, including the
maintenance recommendations/regulations specified by the
manufacturer.
NOTICE!
The complete documentation is included in the scope of
delivery on CD ROM and can also currently be found in the
internet.
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1.3 Safety Instructions
WARNING!
Risk of injury by moving parts!
During operation the rotating rewind axis with the mounted
flange is accessible.

Keep loose hanging jewellery, hair etc. clear from the
moving parts.
Operate the device in a dry environment only and do not get it wet
(sprayed water, mist etc.).
Do not operate the device in explosive atmosphere and not in
proximity of high voltage power lines.
Carry out only the actions described in these operating instructions.
Any work beyond this may only be performed by the manufacturer or
upon agreement with the manufacturer.
Unauthorized interference with electronic modules or their software
can cause malfunctions.
Other unauthorized work or modifications to the device can endanger
operational safety.
Always have service work done in a qualified workshop, where the
personnel have the technical knowledge and tools required to do the
necessary work.
There are warning stickers on the device that draw your attention to
dangers. Therefore the warning stickers are not to be removed as
then you and others cannot be aware of dangers and may be injured.
CAUTION!
Risk of damage!

Switch off the printer when mounting or removing the
rewinding unit.
CAUTION!
Risk of damage!

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Do not change the rewinding direction when rewind
axis is turning.
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Introduction
1.4 Environmentally-Friendly Disposal
Manufacturers of B2B equipment are obliged to take back and
dispose of old equipment that was manufactured after 13 August
2005. As a principle, this old equipment may not be delivered to
communal collecting points. It may only be organised, used and
disposed of by the manufacturer. Valentin products accordingly
labelled can therefore be returned to Carl Valentin GmbH.
This way, you can be sure your old equipment will be disposed of
correctly.
Carl Valentin GmbH thereby fulfils all obligations regarding timely
disposal of old equipment and facilitates the smooth reselling of these
products. Please understand that we can only take back equipment
that is sent free of carriage charges.
Further information on the WEEE directive is available on our website.
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Product Description
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Product Description
2.1 Function
External rewinding units are peripheral devices for label printers of the
Compa II series. During the processing of large print orders huge label
rolls can be taken up independently of the printer.
For an exact alignment of the external rewinders PR12 and PR17 with
the printer, a connection set is offered (part no. 90.66.090).
2.2 Device Type
PR10/PR15
Type
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Material width (mm)
Rewinding diameter (mm)
max. 120
max. 180
max. 210
max. 300
PR10
x
-
x
-
PR12
x
-
-
x
PR15
-
x
x
-
PR17
-
x
-
x
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2.3 Technical Data
Material width
PR10/PR12: max. 120 mm
PR15/PR17: max. 180 mm
Rewinding diameter
PR10/PR15: max. 210 mm
PR12/PR17: max. 300 mm
Core diameter
40 mm on rewind axis
40 mm on cardboard core
76 mm with label guiding on cardboard core
Winding speed
max. 300 mm/s
Label winding
Labels outside/inside
Operating temperature
50°F - 95°F (10 to 35°C)
at 30 - 85% humidity, non condensing
Storage temperature/
transport temperature
4°F - 122°F (-20 to 50°C)
at 10 - 85% humidity, non condensing
Rewinder dimensions
Weight
Height
Width
Depth
PR10
280 mm
260 mm
270 mm
PR12
350 mm
280 mm
390 mm
PR15
280 mm
320 mm
270 mm
PR17
350 mm
340 mm
390 mm
PR10: 5,0 kg
PR12: 6,0 kg
PR15: 3,5 kg
PR17: 6,3 kg
Operating tension
10
110 - 240 V~ / 50 - 60 Hz
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Product Description
2.4 Overview
Figure 1
1 = Rocker switch
2 = Spring steel sheet
3 = Rewinding axis cpl.
4 = Switch roll
5 = Reverse roller
6 = Ring cpl.
7 = Outside label guiding cpl.
8 = Clip
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Initiation
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Initiation
3.1 Unpacking



Lift the rewinder out of the box.
Check the rewinder for transport damages.
Check delivery for completeness.
3.2 Scope of Delivery

External rewinder.

2 x ring 75 mm.

Outside label guiding.

Clip.

Documentation.
NOTICE!
Retain original packaging for subsequent transport.
3.3 Setting up the Rewinder
CAUTION!
The rewinder and the print media can be damaged by
moisture and water.


Set up the rewinder only in a dry place protected from
sprayed water.
Set up the rewinder on a level, vibration-free and air draughtfree surface.
3.4 Connecting PR12 and PR17 to the Electric Circuit
The rewinders PR12/PR17 are equipped with a versatile power supply
unit (100-240 V~). The device may be operated with a mains voltage
of 115-230 V~/ 50-60 Hz without any adjustments or modifications.
CAUTION!
The rewinder can be damaged by undefined switch-on
currents.

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Set de power switch to '0' before plugging in the label
printer.
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3.5 Connecting PR10 and PR15 to the Electric Circuit
VORSICHT!
Damage risk of electronics!

Switch off the printer before mounting the rewinder.
As default the printer is delivered with a mounted front plate (1).
Before mounting the rewinding unit the front plate is to be
removed.
CAUTION!
Risk of damage to the printer and the rewinder!

Switch off the printer before mounting the
rewinder.
Figure 2
1. Loosen screw (2).
2. Remove front plate (1).
3. Mount the external rewinding unit to the printer.
Figure 3
Figure 4
4. Insert the rewinder with the centring pin (5) into the guiding bores
(6) of the printer.
5. Press the rewinder against the printer. That way the connector (4)
of the rewinder will be connected to the peripheral connection (7)
of the printer.
6. Secure the rewinder by tightening the tension axis(3).
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Settings
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Settings
4.1 Selecting the Winding Direction
NOTICE!
The winding direction is to be selected in dependence of the
label material. The labels can be inside or outside.
Figure 5
CAUTION!
Risk of damage to the transmission!

Switch off the printer before changing the winding
direction.
1. Switch off the device.
2. Set the switch (1) according to the desired winding direction.
PR10/PR15
PR12/PR17
Winding direction
with labels inside
Winding direction
with labels outside
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Settings
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4.2 Adjusting the Reverse Roller for PR12 and PR17
NOTICE!
In dependence of the used printer the reverse roller is to be
adjusted in such a way that the label band is led as horizontal as
possible from the printer into the rewinding unit.
Figure 6
1. Loosen the reverse roller (1) by turning counter clockwise.
2. Shift the intermediate piece (2) to the desired position.
3. Fix again the reverse roller (1) by turning in clockwise direction.
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Label Rewinding
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Label Rewinding
5.1 Rewinding Directly onto Rewinding Shaft
Figure 7
PR10/15
PR12/17
1. Loosen screws (1) and remove spring steel sheet (2).
2. With consideration of the selected winding direction, guide the
label band through the reverse roller (8) and switch roll (9) to the
rewinding shaft (7).
full line = labels outside
broken line = labels inside
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Label Rewinding
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NOTICE!
When using the rewinding units PR12 and PR17 with inside
wound label rolls then the label band is to be led over the
reverse roller (10).
CAUTION!
Danger of irregularities in the label band run!

Pay attention to a good fitting at the winding disk.
4. Press the label band with the clip (5) as far as possible to the
winding disk (6).
5. Slide the label guiding (4) with the collar outwards onto the
rewinding shaft so that the collar rests slightly at the label band.
The label band must be able to move slightly between the winding
disk and the label guiding.
6. Tighten the knurled screw (3).
NOTICE!
The rewinding unit is ready for operation if the printer starts a
label feed.
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Label Rewinding
5.2 Rewinding onto 40 mm Cardboard Core
NOTICE!
The spring steel sheet (1) must be mounted onto the rewinding
axis (2).
Figure 8
PR10/15
PR12/17
NOTICE!
The cardboard core (3) must be approx. 1 mm wider than the
label band!
1. Insert the cardboard core (3) onto the rewinding shaft (2).
2. With consideration of the selected winding direction, guide the
label band through the reverse roller (7) and switch roll (8) to the
inserted cardboard core (3).
full line = labels outside
broken line = labels inside
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Label Rewinding
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NOTICE!
When using the rewinding units PR12 and PR17 with inside
wound label rolls then the label band is to be led over the
reverse roller (9).
CAUTION!
Danger of irregularities in the label band run!

Pay attention to a good fitting at the winding disk.
3. In consideration of the selected winding direction fix the label
band with an adhesive strip at the cardboard core.
4. Slide the label guiding (5) with the collar outwards onto the
rewinding shaft.
NOTICE!
When using small labels it is possible that the spring of the
rewinding axis exceeds the cardboard core. In this case the cutout of the label guiding is to be aligned in such a way that the
cut-out is pushed onto the sprint of the rewinding axis.
5. Tighten the knurled screw (4).
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Label Rewinding
5.3 Rewinding onto 76 mm Cardboard Core
NOTICE!
The cardboard core (5) must be approx. 1 mm wider than the
label band!
Figure 9
PR10/15
The figure is without label guiding
PR12/17
NOTICE!
The spring steel sheet must be removed from the rewinding axis.
1. Put the first roll ring (3) onto the rewind axis (4) and push the roll
ring as far as possible onto the rewinding disk (1).
2. Guide the knurled screw (2) of roll ring in the nut of the rewinding
axis.
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3. Tighten the knurled screw (2).
4. Put the second roll ring (3) so far onto the rewinding axis (4) that
the distance between outer edge of the roll rind and rewinding
disk (1) is a little less than the width of the cardboard core.
5. Knurled screw (2) of roll ring must be led in the nut of the
rewinding axis.
6. Tighten again the knurled screw.
7. insert the cardboard core (5) onto the roll rings (2).
8. With consideration of the selected winding direction, guide the
label band through the reverse roller (8) and switch roll (9) to the
attached cardboard core (5).
full line = labels outside
broken line = labels inside
NOTICE!
When using the rewinding units PR12 and PR17 with inside
wound label rolls then the label band is to be led over the
reverse roller (10).
CAUTION!
Danger of irregularities in the label band run!

Pay attention to a good fitting at the winding disk.
9. In consideration of the selected winding direction fix the label
band with an adhesive strip at the cardboard core.
10. Slide the label guiding (7) with the collar outwards as far as it will
go onto the rewinding shaft.
11. Tighten the knurled screw (6).
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Index
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Index
C Connecting to electric circuit .............................................................. 13
Connecting to printer .......................................................................... 14
D Device type ........................................................................................... 9
E Environmentally-friendly disposal ......................................................... 7
F Function ................................................................................................ 9
I Initiation .............................................................................................. 13
Instructions ........................................................................................... 5
Intended use ......................................................................................... 5
L Label rewinding
40 mm cardboard core.............................................................. 19, 20
76 mm cardboard core.............................................................. 21, 22
Rewinding shaft (directly) ......................................................... 17, 18
O Overview............................................................................................. 11
R Reverse roller ..................................................................................... 16
S Safety instructions ................................................................................ 6
Scope of delivery ................................................................................ 13
Setting up ........................................................................................... 13
T Technical data .................................................................................... 10
U Unpacking........................................................................................... 13
W Winding direction ................................................................................ 15
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Carl Valentin GmbH
Neckarstraße 78 – 86 u. 94 . 78056 Villingen-Schwenningen
Phone +49 (0)7720 9712-0 . Fax +49 (0)7720 9712-9901
info@carl-valentin.de . www.carl-valentin.de
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