torque tool tester (ttt) series 3 operator`s manual

torque tool tester (ttt) series 3 operator`s manual
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
TORQUE TOOL TESTER (TTT) SERIES 3
NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS LTD
Wildmere Road, Banbury,
Oxfordshire, OX16 3JU
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel + 44 (0)1295 270333
Email [email protected]
NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS PTE LTD
194 Pandan Loop
#07-20 Pantech Business Hub
SINGAPORE 128383
Tel + 65 6841 1371
Email [email protected]
NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS
45–47 Raglan Avenue, Edwardstown,
SA 5039
AUSTRALIA
Tel + 61 (0)8 8292 9777
Email [email protected]
NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS (SHANGHAI) LTD
7 / F, Building 91, No. 1122, Qinzhou North Road,
Xuhui District, Shanghai
CHINA 201103
Tel + 86 21 6145 0368
Email [email protected]
NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS INC
36400 Biltmore Place, Willoughby,
Ohio, 44094
USA
Tel + 1 866 667 2279
Email [email protected]
NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS INDIA PVT. LTD
Plot No A-168, Khairne Industrial Area,
Thane Belapur Road, Mahape,
Navi Mumbai – 400 709
INDIA
Tel + 91 22 2778 8480
Email [email protected]
FOR USE WITH TTT’S FITTED WITH
VERSION 37712.305 SOFTWARE
www.norbar.com
© Norbar Torque Tools Ltd 2017
Part Number 34308 | Issue 4 | Original Instructions (English)
Problems
Problem
No TTT display.
Battery will not charge.
Displays Menu 82:
‘CLOCK NOT INITALISED’
Overrange
NOTE:
Likely Solutions
Check on/off switch is ON.
Charge battery for at least 1 minute.
Check display backlight is ON when charging.
Check a.c. power adaptor is ON (green LED on power adaptor will glow).
Check electrical power supply and fuse in plug (if fitted).
The coin cell battery has failed. See MAINTENANCE section or return to
Norbar.
Open circuit in transducer or transducer lead.
For more complex faults please contact Norbar distributor / manufacturer.
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Word or Term
a.c.
Auto Reset Hold Time
d.c.
ETS
First Peak Sensitivity
Frequency Response
Hz
LED
mA (milli amp)
mAh (milli ampere hour)
mS (Millisecond)
mV (Millivolt)
mV/V (Millivolt per volt)
NiMH
NON-SMART
PC
PCB
Power Down Time
 Print / X Print
Pulse Count
SMART
SMART Transducer
Trigger From
TTT
USER
V d.c.
Zero Suppression
Meaning
Alternating current.
The length of time a reading is displayed until automatically reset.
Direct current.
Electronic Transducer System.
The amount by which the reading must fall from a peak for the display to be
held.
Frequency value below which signals are passed.
Hertz, unit of frequency.
Light Emitting Diode.
One thousandth of an amp.
Rate of charge/discharge of a battery.
One thousandth of a second (0.001 second).
One thousandth of a volt (0.001 volt).
Ratio of millivolt output to voltage input.
Nickel metal Hydride.
Standard mV/V transducer (NON-INTELLIGENT).
Personal Computer.
Printed Circuit Board.
The length of time that the TTT has not been used before the instrument
goes into power down mode.
Print can be switched off to stop all serial port output.
The number of torque pulses that have been applied to the TTT in IMPULSE
TOOL or CLUTCH TOOL mode.
Serial Memory Automatic Recognition Transducer (INTELLIGENT).
A transducer that holds its own calibration data (INTELLIGENT).
Value at which the memory modes operate. Used to overcome erratic
applications of torque causing false results.
Torque Tool Tester.
Measurement units that can be specified by the user.
Voltage (direct current).
Value of torque that has to be achieved for the TTT not to display zero.
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CONTENTS
Introduction
Parts included
Accessories
2
2
2
Features and Functions
2
Set Up
Preparation
Set Up for use
Flow Diagrams
3
3
4
6
Measure
User units
Using the key pad
Screen Layout
Modes of measurement
Power saving & power down
Limits
9
10
10
11
13
14
15
Transducer Interface
Transducer Leads Available
Specifications
PIN Connections
Connector Type
16
16
17
17
17
Ancillaries
PIN Connections
External Print / Reset
Limit Outputs
Analogue Output
Connector Type
18
18
18
18
19
19
Serial Port
Specifications
Pulse Count
Hyperterminal
Limits
PIN Connections
Data Output Example
Connector Type
Connector Lead
20
20
20
21
21
21
21
21
21
Maintenance
TTT Calibration
Transducer Calibration
Battery Replacement
Repair
Cleaning
22
22
22
22
23
23
Specifications
23
Trouble Shooting
Error Messages
Problems
24
24
25
Glossary of Terms
25
1
INTRODUCTION
Torque Tool Tester (TTT) is a bench top measuring instrument which has three transducer inputs. It has 10
measurement modes, 13 units of torque (with additional USER units feature), 12 pairs of limits and text
displayed in 11 languages.
Part numbers covered by this manual: 43228 TTT.
Parts Included
Description
Torque Tool Tester Instrument
a.c. power adapter
Power cord
Operators manual
Calibration Certificate
Quick reference card(s)
Serial data lead
TTT carry case
Part Number
43228
38877
34308
34315
39264
26716
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Accessories
Description
TTT to 10 way lead, for Norbar Rotary Transducers
TTT to 6 way lead, for Norbar Static & Annular Transducers
TTT to no connector (for non-Norbar transducers)
Serial Data Lead Kit
Extensive range of torque transducers
Part Number
60216.200
60217.200
60223.200
60248
Contact Norbar
FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS
•
The pictorial panel allows easy mode selection for the 6 modes of operation.
Additionally the 4 Peak modes can be configured for automatic reset.
•
3 transducer connectors.
•
Automatically recognises any ‘SMART’ Norbar transducer.
Can also work with most mV/V transducers from Norbar or other manufacturers.
•
13 Torque units, plus the ability to specify USER measurement units up to a maximum of 6 characters.
•
5 digit resolution for all Norbar transducers.
•
Operational from internal rechargeable battery or a.c. supply.
•
Fast battery charge in 3 hours 20 minutes.
•
There are 12 pairs of limits available.
Each limit has a target value and upper and lower tolerances.
The display shows LO / OK / HI with bright LED’s to signal AMBER / GREEN / RED for easy
confirmation. The limit status is also output on the ancillaries connector and serial port.
•
Pulse count feature in ‘Impulse Tool’ mode & ‘Clutch Tool’ mode.
•
User selectable frequency response for each mode of operation.
•
Password protection of all selectable features. The instrument can be issued to an operator with only
the required modes of operation and units of measurement enabled. This feature can virtually eliminate
operator induced errors.
•
Ancillaries connector with analogue output & GO/NO GO control for external equipment.
•
Serial Port for data output to a PC or printer.
Serial Port set up options include: sending time & date, limit status and continuous output.
2
SET UP
Preparation
NOTE:
If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the equipment may be impaired.
Ancillaries Connector
Transducer Selection
Switch
9 V d.c. input
ON (I) / OFF (O) Switch
Serial Port Connector
Transducer Connectors
Back view
FIGURE 1 – Instrument Features
1.
Connect transducer(s) to be used by inserting transducer cable(s) into the desired transducer
connector(s).
2.
Ensure transducer selection switch is in the correct position for the transducer in use (TD#1,
TD#2 or TD#3). See the symbols above the transducer connectors or indication on the TTT
display when power is ON.
3.
To output data to an external device (PC or printer) connect to the SERIAL PORT.
4.
If using with a control or shut-off system, connect to ANCILLARIES connector.
WARNING:
5.
ALLOW THE TTT TO EQUALISE TO THE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE/HUMIDITY
BEFORE SWITCHING ON. WIPE OFF ANY MOISTURE BEFORE USE.
The TTT can be powered from mains or battery. It is essential to charge the internal battery for 200
minutes (3 hours & 20 minutes) for full charge. To charge the internal battery, connect the a.c. power
adapter between the TTT (9 V d.c. input) and a live a.c. supply.
TIP:
Insert 9 V d.c. connector into TTT before applying a.c. mains to ensure correct charging.
TIP:
If the power cord has no plug fitted, wire as follows:
BROWN-LIVE BLUE-NEUTRAL
GREEN / YELLOW-EARTH
If in doubt consult a qualified electrician.
TIP:
The display backlight is ON when connected to a.c. power.
The TTT can be used whilst the battery is charging.
Recharging is independent of the on/off switch.
The battery can be charged continuously.
3
Set Up For Use
Turn TTT on and wait for LOGO.
The TTT will either enter the measure screen or display ‘CONNECT TRANSDUCER’.
Press
to obtain SET UP menu:
17. SET UP
SOFTWARE # 37712.XXX
X
1. LIMITS
2. SETTINGS
3. RETURN TO MEASURE
 TO CONFIRM
NOTE:
The set up is password protected, the default password is 000000.
TIP:
If password is lost, contact Norbar quoting the coded number in brackets on the password
menu.
TIP:
When in a set up screen, after entering one option press the down arrow to enter the next.
When all entry’s have been made, press ‘’.
1. Limits
The user can set up to 12 target values that each have two settable LIMITS.
To set the limits the following are needed:
Parameter
Target Number
Units for limits
Target value
Upper limit
Lower limit
Operate
Confirm limits
Select next target to set up. Press
Comment
Select 1 to 12.
Select torque units (or specify USER units).
Torque value required.
The % allowed above target.
The % allowed below target.
OFF or Clockwise or Anticlockwise or Both directions.
Limit values shown in % of the target value.
when finished.
For more information see flow diagram on page 6.
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2. Settings
Setting
LANGUAGE
PASSWORD
Options (defaults)
ENGLISH (default), FRANCAIS,
DEUTSCH, ITALIANO, ESPAÑOL,
DANSK, NEDERLANDS, SUOMI,
NORSK, SVENSKA, PORTUGUES.
Any 6 numeric characters
(default = ‘000000’).
Comment
Set language of operation.
Set Password.
DATE & TIME
Set date DD/MM/YY or MM/DD/YY.
MODE
FREQUENCY
Select mode then select frequency from list.
100Hz to 2500Hz (defaults, see ‘MODES
OTHER FREQUENCY allows a custom
OF MEASUREMENT’ section).
value.
SERIAL PORT
See ‘SERIAL PORT’ section.
THRESHOLDS
FIRST PEAK SENSITIVITY =
LOW / MEDIUM / HIGH
(default = HIGH).
THRESHOLDS
AUTO RESET HOLD TIME =
1 (default) / 2 / 3 / 4 seconds.
THRESHOLDS
TRIGGER FROM =
0.5% to 99% of transducer capacity
(default = 1.8 %).
THRESHOLDS
PEAK MEMORY RESET =
AUTO / MANUAL (default).
This is the amount by which the torque must
drop to register a first peak.
LOW must drop 10% of reading.
MEDIUM must drop 5% of reading.
HIGH must drop 2.5% of reading.
The time allowed for automatic reset in ‘Click
& Cam’ mode.
This is the point at which any memory mode
starts to work, all memory modes will
‘TRACK’ below this setting. This can help
overcome false results. Values entered
below 0.5% will act as 0.5%.
All Peak modes will reset the highest reading
automatically or manually.
UNITS
All units (default = all enabled).
Turn off unwanted torque units.
MODES
All modes (default = all enabled).
Turn off unwanted modes.
POWER DOWN
TIME
0 to 99 minutes (default = 10).
PRINT SETTINGS
None.
TIP:
24 hour clock with date.
Select required options.
The time before power down starts.
Set to ‘0’ to disable.
All settings and limit settings can be printed.
No password is needed.
When  or  is shown on screen, this means more menu items are available.
For more information see flow diagram on page 9.
3. Return to Measure
This option allows the user to view the measurement screen.
For ‘SMART’ transducers the measure screen is automatically entered.
For ‘NON-SMART’ transducers the option to store transducer details is available.
For more information see flow diagram on pages 7 & 8.
5
Flow Diagrams
All set up menus are numbered on the TTT for ease of identification.
Menu Structure and Limits Flow Diagram
SWITCH ON
DISPLAY
TRANSDUCER
DETAILS
DISPLAY
LOGO
#
TRANSDUCER
DETAILS
SCREEN
MEASURE
RETURN TO
MEASURE
SMART
TRANSDUCER ?
YES
EXIT
NO
17. SET UP
SOFTWARE # XXXXX.XXX
1.LIMITS
2.SETTINGS
3.RETURN TO MEASURE
SETTINGS
A
B
22. CONFIRM
LIMITS
LIMITS
91. SELECT
TARGET
PASSWORD
19. SELECT
UNITS
EXIT
Password Flow Diagram
Password flow diagram
27. ENTER
PASSWORD
CORRECT
PASSWORD
PROCEED
CORRECT
PASSWORD
PROCEED
INCORRECT
PASSWORD
28. RE-ENTER
PASSWORD
INCORRECT PASSWORD
ACCESS
DENIED
6
20. SET
TRANSDUCER
LIMITS
MENU
17
A
EXIT
MEASURE
TRANSDUCER
DETAILS
SCREEN
16. SHOW
TRANSDUCER
15. SELECT
TRANSDUCER
8. SAVE WHERE
?
YES
7. SAVE
TRANSDUCER ?
14.
CALIBRATION
FIGURE
13.
TRANSDUCER
PARAMETERS
ADD
5. TRANSDUCER
ADD TRANSDUCER
EDIT/PRINT/DELETE
USE SERIAL # : XXXXX
USED SAVED TRANSDUCER
NO
USE
SERIAL# 12345
USE
SAVED
2. CONNECT
TRANSDUCER
14.
TRANSDUCER
CALIBRATION
FIGURE
13.
TRANSDUCER
PARAMETERS
9. SELECT
TRANSDUCER
EDIT/PRINT/DELETE
EXIT
MENU
17
PRINT
PRINTING
TRANSDUCERS
EDIT
YES
11. DELETE
TRANSDUCER ?
10. SELECT
TRANSDUCER
DELETE
NO
DELETE
ALL
6. EDIT/PRINT/DELETE TRANSDUCERS
EDIT
PRINT
DELETE
DELETE ALL
Measure flow diagram
YES
12. DELETE ALL
TRANSDUCERS ?
NO
Measure Flow Diagram
7
Settings Flow Diagram
29. SET
LANGUAGE
PASSWORD
LANGUAGE
31. ENTER
NEW
PASSWORD
PASSWORD
32. NEW
PASSWORD IS
PASSWORD
B
33. SET
DATE
PASSWORD
TIME &
DATE
26. SET UP/SETTINGS
LANGUAGE
PASSWORD
DATE & TIME
MODE FREQUENCY
SERIAL PORT
THRESHOLDS
UNITS
MODE ENABLE/DISABLE
POWER DOWN TIME
PRINT SETTINGS
PASSWORD
MODE
FREQUENCY
SERIAL
PORT
87. SELECT
MODE
PASSWORD
UNITS
43. SET
TORQUE UNITS
PASSWORD
MODE
ENABLE/
DISABLED
PRINT
PASSWORD
46. SET UP
MODES
POWER
DOWN
PASSWORD
PRINT
8
86. TEST
OUTPUT
41. SET THRESHOLDS
FIRST PEAK SENSITIVITY/
AUTO RESET HOLD TIME/
TRIGGER FROM/
PEAK MEMORY RESET
EXIT
MENU
17
37. SET
FREQUENCY
39. SET
SERIAL PORT
PASSWORD
THRESHOLDS
35. SET
TIME
48. SET POWER
DOWN TIME
MEASURE
1.
Set up the TTT as described in the previous section.
2.
Turn TTT on.
3.
For ‘SMART’ transducers the TTT automatically shows the transducer input selected (TD#1,
TD#2 or TD#3), the transducers capacity and units. The transducer’s serial number and direction of
linearization (if enabled) are also shown. The instrument then displays the measurement screen.
TD#X
CAPACITY XXXXX N∙m
TRANSDUCER SERIAL # XXXXX
LINEARISED X
NOTE:
4.
If the word ‘LINEARISED’ and direction arrows appear on this screen then the TTT is using
a second order polynomial to linearise the transducer.
If ‘Menu 2’ is shown, then either:
a)
A ‘SMART’ transducer is not connected.
b)
The transducer is ‘NON-SMART’.
For ‘NON-SMART’ transducers the transducer details can be saved in the TTT for future use.
Transducer details can be edited, deleted or printed. The last transducer used will always be
retained for quick selection.
Follow ‘measure flow diagram’ in SET UP section & refer to TRANSDUCER INTERFACE section.
TIP:
For entry of transducer data, see the ‘USER UNITS’ and ‘USING THE KEY PAD’ sections on
page 11.
c)
The ‘Transducer Selection switch’ is in the wrong position.
5.
The TRACK screen is now displayed. Exercise the transducer in required direction of use.
6.
Press ‘ZERO’ to zero displayed reading.
TIP:
7.
TIP:
8.
The measurement display may not zero if outside +/-3% of transducer capacity. This may be
due to transducer overstrain. Return defective transducer to Norbar.
Select measurement mode required.
If any measurement mode does not memorise the measurement value, ensure that the
‘TRIGGER FROM’ setting is correct. See SETTING, THESHOLDS menu. TRIGGER FROM can
be used to overcome erratic results being obtained.
Press
to exit any measurement screen and go to SET UP.
9
User Units
This feature allows the USER to specify custom measurement units that are displayed after the
measurement value and printed on the serial port. Any mV/V transducer conforming to the specifications in
the TRANSDUCER INTERFACE section can be used. Typical examples could be load or pressure
transducers.
1.
When ‘2. MEASURE’ is displayed, press ‘ TO CONFIRM’.
2.
Select ’13. ADD TRANSDUCER’ and press ‘ TO CONFIRM’.
3.
Enter ‘SERIAL #:’ and press ‘’. Enter ‘PART NUMBER: (if required) and press ‘’.
4.
The user can choose the ‘UNITS OF CALIBRATION:’. Press
whilst the display is showing ‘N∙m’, 6
underscores will be displayed (______). Now input the required ‘UNITS OF CALIBRATION’, for
example ‘kN’. Press ‘’ when input has finished.
5.
Enter ‘RATED CAPACITY:’, press ‘ TO CONFIRM’.
TIP:
N∙m, dN∙m,
lbf∙ft …….
The
button will have no effect when in measure.
7
TIP:
Only limits set up in the same USER units are available for selection when in measure.
Using the Key Pad
Press and hold the required key until the desired character is displayed, then release.
Key
1
1,
a, A,
b, B,
c, C
Character
NOTE:
2
2,
d, D,
e, E,
f, F
3
3,
g, G,
h, H,
i, I
4
4,
j, J,
k, K,
l, L
5
5,
m, M,
n, N,
o, O
6
6,
p, P,
q, Q,
r, R
7
7,
s, S,
t, T,
u, U
8
8,
v, V,
w, W
0
0
The keys 0 – 9 are shortcuts for menu selection.
Key
#
·
Function
Entry of:
#%()*,/:=\_
Entry of:
. (full stop or decimal point) + -
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Navigate menu options and choices.
Left arrow becomes delete when entering data.
Right arrow becomes space when entering data.
Down arrow moves on to next option in a set up menu.
Use left and right arrows for quick selection of torque units in measurement
screen.
Confirm change.
NOTE:
10
9
9,
x, X,
y, Y,
z, Z
If the change is not confirmed, it will not be made.
Screen Layout
A
J
C
B
TARGET 1=100 N∙m
 PRINT
I

HI
H
112.34
IMPULSE TOOL (500 Hz)
G
Display
A.
F
STOP
D
N∙m
_∏_#=0
E
Instruction
Press
to select target value and associated limits to be used.
Time/Date shown if no targets set.
B.
Measurement reading.
C.
Press
D.
Indicates when to stop loading in
to exit.
Pulse count when in
4
E.
3
or
CLICK & CAM measurement mode.
5
measurement modes.
In ‘IMPULSE TOOL’ & ‘CLUTCH TOOL’ modes, a count is added every time the torque passes
above & below the ‘trigger from’ setting.
F.
Units of measurement
G.
Current ‘mode of measurement’ in use along with frequency response set for that mode.
H.
Limit indication (if enabled).
I.
Direction of measurement.
J.
Press
9
to toggle between ‘ PRINT’ and ‘X PRINT’ on the display.
 PRINT enables serial port, X PRINT disables serial port.
11
Key
Function
N∙m, dN∙m,
lbf∙ft …….
7
8
PRINT reading and RESET.
To view transducer details in track mode.
Shows: Serial #, Part Number, Units & Rated Capacity.
Clockwise & anticlockwise mV/V Calibration figures.
Angle option programmed (for use with Pro-Log instrument)
Clockwise & anticlockwise linearised values, where
T=a + bR + cR² (T is torque & R is Ratio in mV/V).
#
ZERO
Selection of enabled torque units.
0
TRACK mode: - Zero transducer (It is recommended to check the zero when
returning from power down).
All other modes: - PRINT reading and RESET.
For selection of torque units.
PRINT reading and RESET.
TIP:
12
To simplify operation disable all units of measurement not required. See SETTINGS, UNITS
ENABLE/DISABLE menu.
Modes of Measurement
Mode
1
2
4
5
6
3
Mode
(Frequency)
How it Works
TRACK
(500 Hz)
Follows signal.
Visual Representation
Dial & Electronic
(500 Hz)
Impulse Tool
(500 Hz)
Clutch Tool
(500 Hz)
Holds the highest reading
until RESET by the user.
[The highest reading can
be automatically reset if
AUTO is selected for
PEAK MEMORY RESET.
After the value returns to
zero, the memorised
reading is held for the
AUTO RESET HOLD
TIME, then resets].
Stall Tool
(500 Hz)
Click & Cam
(500 Hz)
Hold 1st peak for the
‘AUTO RESET HOLD
TIME’, then resets.
AUTO RESET HOLD TIME
TIP:
To simplify operation DISABLE all modes of measurement that are not required.
See SETTINGS, MODES ENABLE/DISABLE menu.
TIP:
The peak reading can be set up to automatically reset by changing PEAK MEMORY RESET
from MANUAL to AUTO. See SETTINGS, THRESHOLDS
TIP:
For slower operation of any AUTO RESET mode, change AUTO RESET HOLD TIME to 4
SECOND. See SETTINGS, THRESHOLDS menu.
TIP:
In CLICK & CAM mode the serial port will only output for a genuine first peak.
Pressing enter or ZERO will not send an output.
TIP:
If torque wrench readings are inconsistent in CLICK & CAM mode, change FIRST PEAK
SENSITIVITY in the SETTINGS, THRESHOLDS menu to be less sensitive i.e. MEDIUM or LOW.
This will compensate for torque wrench sensitivity.
13
Power Saving & Power Down
Battery life can be greatly increased from a minimum of 14 hours by making use of power down. If no key is
pressed or measurement reading taken in the specified time, the TTT will enter power down. The following
will be displayed:
SAVING POWER
PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE
The following features should be noted:
•
The POWER DOWN TIME is set in the SETTINGS, POWER DOWN TIME.
•
For maximum battery life set POWER DOWN TIME to 1 minute.
•
To disable the power down feature set POWER DOWN TIME to 0 (zero).
•
The TTT also enters power down when in a set up menu.
•
The analogue output will NOT work during power down.
TIP:
Check the zero setting of the transducer on return from power down.
When the battery is low there is approximately 20 minutes of use left. In the measure screen a flashing
battery symbol will be seen in the top right hand corner of the display. In a SET UP menu, the following is
displayed:
WARNING #202
BATTERY LOW
PRESS X
When battery is flat the TTT must be turned off or recharged. The following is displayed:
WARNING #201
BATTERY FLAT
SWITCH OFF AND RECHARGE BATTERY
NOTE:
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From a very flat battery it may take 1 minute of mains power before the display will turn on.
Limits
Limits can be selected In Measure by pressing
or
.
The target is shown at the top left of the screen and if no limits have been set, the TIME & DATE will be
shown. If limits are available but not selected, ‘↓↑LIMITS OFF’ will be shown.
The limit status is shown in 4 ways:
1.
On the display showing LO / OK / HI next to the torque value (updated at 3 Hz).
2.
On AMBER / GREEN / RED LED’s on front panel (updated at 208 Hz).
3.
On the Serial Port LO / OK / HI is sent before torque value (updated with serial port).
4.
On the Ancillaries LO / OK / HI logic outputs (updated at 208 Hz).
TIP:
The Ancillaries are updated quickly to give a fast response to an external control system.
NOTE:
This difference in update rate may lead to very small differences between the changeover
points.
The LED’s & logic outputs change precisely with increasing torque, and at 0.5% of transducer capacity below
the limit with decreasing torque. This eliminates the logic lines oscillating.
The status of the limits changes as follows:
Torque Signal
Display
LED’s
Serial Port
Ancillaries
Zero band. (<0.5% of transducer capacity)
OFF
OFF
No output
No output
Under lower limit
LO
AMBER
LO
LO output
Within limits
OK
GREEN
OK
OK output
Above upper limit
HI
RED
HI
HI output
NOTE:
For operation of limits in one direction only, the opposite direction will be shown as LO.
The limit operation is dependent on the measurement mode:
Measurement Mode
Track
Dial & Electronic
Impulse tool
Clutch tool
Stall tool
Click & Cam
Limit Operation
Limits follow the transducer input and are not held.
For PEAK MEMORY RESET = MANUAL, Limits status is held until
PRINT / RESET is pressed.
For PEAK MEMORY RESET = AUTO, Limit status is held until after the
auto reset timer has operated.
Limit status is held until after the auto reset timer has operated.
TIP:
When TTT is switched on, the target shown is the last one used.
TIP:
The TTT will automatically change torque units to those set by the limits.
TIP:
Limits can be set up in USER units for operation with transducers programmed with the same
USER units.
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TRANSDUCER INTERFACE
The 3 transducer connectors are designed for use with most four wire bridge strain gauge type transducers.
When used with Norbar ‘SMART’ transducers the calibration data will be automatically known.
For ‘NON-SMART’ transducers up to 20 sets of transducer parameters can be stored in the TTT for ease of
use. These can be configured with USER units.
TIP:
Mark ‘NON-SMART’ transducers with their stored ‘T’ number for ease of identification.
Ensure transducer selection switch is in the correct position for the transducer in use. See the TD#1, TD#2 &
TD#3 symbols next to transducer connectors.
TIP:
Press '#' in track mode to show details of transducer in use.
TIP:
If any of the transducer’s parameters are changed i.e. re-calibration of mV/V value, the
transducer’s stored parameters must be edited prior to use. (‘NON-SMART’ only).
Norbar transducers with the following suffix are all suitable for use with the TTT:
Suffix
Description
XXXXX.IND
‘SMART’ transducer calibrated in mV/V.
XXXXX.INDA
‘SMART’ transducer with integral angle encoder calibrated in mV/V.
XXXXX.LOG
‘SMART’ transducer calibrated with a TTT in units of calibration.
A mV/V figure is also supplied.
XXXXX.LOGA
‘SMART’ transducer with integral angle encoder calibrated with a TTT in units of
calibration. A mV/V figure is also supplied.
NOTE:
Transducers supplied for use with the Pro-Log are compatible with the TTT.
The TTT will not display angle when interfaced to a .INDA or .LOGA transducer.
ETS Transducers supplied with an amplifier module will need to be modified for use with
the TTT.
Transducer Leads Available
NOTE:
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Part Number
Description
60216.200
TTT to 10 way lead, for Norbar Rotary Transducers.
60217.200
TTT to 6 way lead, for Norbar Static & Annular Transducers.
60223.200
TTT to no connector (for non-Norbar transducers).
The suffix after the part number indicates the length of the lead in cm, thus
XXXXX.200 = 2 metres. If Transducer leads are required of a non-standard length, the new
suffix must be added to the part number when ordering (to the nearest metre).
Specifications
Parameter
Minimum
Bridge Resistance ().
Millivolt / volt value (mV/V).
Zero balance.
Display Resolution.
Transducer capacity ranges.
Torque units
User units.
Displayable overrange.
Maximum
350 
1000 
0.50 mV/V.
3.15 mV/V.
+/- 3% of transducer
+/- 9% of transducer capacity
capacity (3 mV/V).
(1 mV/V).
5 Active digits.
5 Active digits.
0.010000
1,500,000
Dependent on transducer
N∙m, dN∙m, cN∙m, lbf∙ft, lbf∙in, ozf∙in, ft∙lb,
capacity and mV/V value.
in∙lb, in∙oz, kgf∙m, kgf∙cm, gf∙m, gf∙cm.
None.
6 Characters.
120% of transducer capacity.
PIN Connections
Pin No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Function
+ve transducer excitation.
-ve transducer excitation.
+ve transducer signal.
-ve transducer signal.
Digital 0 volts.
Digital +5 volts for transducer selected, digital 0 volts when not selected.
Rotary transducer angle input (Channel A).
Rotary transducer angle input (Channel B).
Serial clock (SMART memory).
Serial data (SMART memory).
Connector Type
10 way push-pull panel socket.
TIP:
If the display shows ‘SMART TD NOT INITALISED’ it is likely that:
a)
Unmodified ETS transducer connected.
b)
The transducer lead may have a broken connection.
c)
‘SMART’ transducer may have lost its stored data, return to Norbar.
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ANCILLARIES
The ancillaries connector contains GO / NO GO control limits for external equipment, an analogue signal
output and a PRINT / RESET signal input.
Pin Connections
Pin No
TIP:
Function
1
Digital +5 volts (maximum current 5 mA).
2
External PRINT / RESET input (Active High).
3
Low limit output (LO). 5V Output.
4
Pass limit output (OK). 5V Output.
5
High limit output (HI). 5V Output.
6
Not Used.
7
Not Used.
8
Auto reset display hold input (Active high).
9
Digital 0 volts.
10
First Peak Detect output (High when first peak active).
11
Analogue Output.
12
Analogue Output 2.5V.
13
Analogue Output 0V reference (Do not connect to a noisy electrical ground).
14
Rotary transducer angle output (Channel A).
15
Rotary transducer angle output (Channel B).
The angle output is available for a Norbar Rotary Transducer. For use see Rotary Transducer
manual.
External Print / Reset
Pins 1 & 2 are intended for use as an EXTERNAL PRINT / RESET:PIN 1
PIN 2
Momentary
Switch
The switch must remain active for at least 200 mS. Screened cable is recommended.
Limit Outputs
Pins 3, 4 & 5 are buffered logic outputs intended for Go/No Go control of external equipment.
All limit outputs are referenced to Pin 9 (Digital 0V). All limit outputs are active HIGH & change at 208 times
per second. For more information on limits, see ‘LIMITS’ menu which can be accessed via the ‘SET UP’
menu.
Limit output current, High = -0.8 mA, Low = 16 mA (not for direct control of relays).
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Analogue Output
The analogue output is designed for connection to a control system. It is a true analogue value, so has a
very fast frequency response of above 10 kHz. The calibration of the analogue output is factory set and not
adjustable, it is not affected by the instrument calibration.
5V
Analogue
Output
Pin 11
2.5V
Pin 12
Pin 13
The analogue output is PIN 11.
If the output is measured against PIN 12 (2.5V) the signal will swing positive for clockwise torque and
negative for anticlockwise torque.
If the output is measured against PIN 13 (0V) the signal will always be positive, with zero torque around 2.5V.
TIP:
Some transducers (Norbar Annular type) will give a negative output change for a positive
torque. This is because they are designed to measure reaction torque.
The output voltage is a function of the mV/V value. The larger the mV/V value the larger the analogue output
voltage. At transducer full scale the analogue output voltage (in volts) is numerically equal to the mV/V value
divided by 2.
TIP:
Find the mV/V value by pressing ‘#’ in the track mode or refer to the transducer’s calibration
certificate.
Using 2.5V (PIN12) as a reference:
Torque
- full scale of transducer
Zero
+ full scale of transducer
Analogue output (PIN 11)
@ 1.0mV/V
@ 2.0 mV/V
@ 3.0 mV/V
-0.5 V
-1.0 V
-1.5 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
0.0 V
+0.5 V
+1.0 V
+1.5 V
Using 0V (PIN13) as a reference:
Torque
- full scale of transducer
Zero
+ full scale of transducer
TIP:
Analogue output (PIN 11)
@ 1.0mV/V
@ 2.0 mV/V
@ 3.0 mV/V
2.0 V
1.5 V
1.0 V
2.5 V
2.5 V
2.5 V
3.0 V
3.5 V
4.0 V
The analogue output will not operate in power down mode. If using the analogue output
continuously then disable the power down feature by setting to 0 (zero).
The accuracy of the analogue output is +/- 2% of voltage reading. For a more accurate output value the
voltage can be externally scaled against the displayed torque.
Connector Type
15 way female ‘D’ type connector.
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SERIAL PORT
The serial port is for sending data to a PC or serial printer.
When the TTT is measuring, data can be output on the serial interface automatically when the AUTO RESET
timer operates or when the 'PRINT / RESET' key is pressed. The data can include the measured value, units
of measurement and time/date. Output can also be requested externally via pin 2 (ancillaries connector), see
ancillaries section.
Specifications
Parameter
Options
Parity
Baud rate
Data - Stop bits
First character
Output Limits
Output units
Output date & time
Output line feed
Handshake
Line delay
ODD, EVEN or OFF.
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 or 19200.
8 – 2, 8 – 1, 7 – 2, 7 - 1.
- or +/- or NONE.
YES or NO.
YES or NO.
YES or NO.
YES or NO.
NONE, CTS or X-ON/OFF
0.00 to 9999 SECONDS
Factory
Defaults
OFF
9600
8-2
YES
YES
NO
NO
NONE
0.50 Seconds
Continuous output
YES or NO
NO
Comments
The data rate.
If required by receiver.
Limit status sent before data.
Measurement units sent after data.
Date & Time sent after data.
Line feed sent after data.
If required by receiver.
Time delay in data output.
Up to 22 readings per second in
track mode.
SET TO FACTORY DEFAULTS
Maximum number of characters per line = 24.
Maximum number of requests in track mode = 4 per second (line delay set to 0).
Transmitted data voltage levels are between +5 to +9 volts and –5 to -9 volts.
Configured as DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) and conforms to RS-232-C specifications.
TIP:
If the serial port is not communicating with other equipment try:
a) Check that all serial port parameters on the TTT and the equipment receiving data match.
b) Check that the baud rate is set to the same as the equipment receiving data.
c) Check that the connecting lead is wired correctly at both ends.
d) Check if equipment receiving data requires the units of measurement inhibited or a
leading character.
e) Select CONFIRM at the end of the serial port settings, the TTT will keep sending a ‘TEST
OUTPUT’ message to help fault finding.
TIP:
If the serial output is being overwritten set ‘Output Line Feed’ to YES.
TIP:
If the Serial data is being sent too quickly the printer may not keep up, so data is lost. To slow
down the TTT output change the ‘Line delay’ function.
Pulse Count
When in IMPULSE TOOL or CLUTCH TOOL modes, the pulse count is output on the next line following the
measured value. The pulse count will be output as follows ‘_/\_#=XXXX’. XXXX represents the number of
pulses.
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Hyperterminal
The standard HyperTerminal program found in Microsoft® Windows allows the user to view and store serial
output data. For more information see www.norbar.com and select FAQ.
TIP:
Downloading of data can be speeded up by changing the LINE DELAY to 0 SECONDS.
TIP:
To regulate the CONTINUOUS OUTPUT, set LINE DELAY to required time period.
Limits
The serial port will output LO / OK / HI when the limits are being used.
Some software, including the Norbar ‘Torque Wrench Calibration Software’ (Part 37705.XXX), will not accept
LO / OK / HI characters.
To remove LO / OK / HI set OUTPUT LIMITS to ‘NO‘.
The following table gives all options for the FIRST CHARACTER & OUTPUT LIMITS settings:
First
Character
Example with No Limits or
OUTPUT LIMITS = NO
1.0335 N∙m
-1.0335 N∙m
+1.0335 N∙m
-1.0335 N∙m
1.0335 N∙m
1.0335 N∙m
Direction
Clockwise
Anti Clockwise
Clockwise
Anti Clockwise
Clockwise
Anti Clockwise
+/NONE
Example with
OUTPUT LIMITS = YES
LO 1.0335 N∙m
LO -1.0335 N∙m
LO +1.0335 N∙m
LO -1.0335 N∙m
LO 1.0335 N∙m
LO 1.0335 N∙m
Pin Connections
Pin No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function
Not Connected.
Received data (to TTT).
Transmitted data (from TTT).
Not Connected.
Signal ground 0V.
Not Connected.
Not Connected.
CTS (clear to send).
Not Connected.
Data Output Example
Code: DP=Decimal Point.
CR=Carriage Return.
SP=Space.
TTT with the serial port set to the factory defaults. Reading 1068.4 lbf∙ft (clockwise).
1
0
6
8
DP
4
SP
l
b
f
DP
f
t
CR
Connector Type
9 way male ‘D’ type connector.
Connecting Lead
A 9 way female to 9 way female null modem connecting lead is included with the TTT for connection to a PC
with a 9 way male connector.
TIP:
If PC to be used has a 25 way ‘D’ connector, use the Serial Data Lead Kit (part no 60248).
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MAINTENANCE
TTT Calibration
Your TTT has been supplied with a certificate of calibration. To maintain the specified accuracy it is
recommended that the TTT is recalibrated at least once per year. Re-calibration should be carried out at
Norbar or by a Norbar approved agent, where all the facilities to ensure the instrument is functioning at
maximum accuracy are available.
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT REMOVE FRONT PANEL OR CASE; THERE ARE NO CALIBRATION
SETTINGS INSIDE.
Transducer Calibration
To maintain the specified accuracy it is recommended that transducers are recalibrated at least once per year.
Re-calibration and repair should be carried out at Norbar or by a Norbar approved agent.
Battery Replacement
There are 2 batteries in the TTT.
Description
Use
Reason for
Replacement
Time & Date
Time & Date fail
CR2032
39202
Powers TTT
TTT has short battery life
38876
38876
Battery Markings Part Number
Coin cell 3V
Battery pack 6V NiMH
To replace battery(s):
1.
Turn TTT off.
2.
Remove 4 front screws with 2.5mm HEX key.
3.
Lift the top of the panel to show PCB.
4.
Replace coin cell (marked BATT1 on PCB) and / or replace battery pack (marked CONN4 on PCB).
5.
Fit panel without trapping any internal wires and refit 4 front screws.
CONN4 connection
for battery pack,
the red wire should
be closest to the
edge of the PCB
BATT1
FIGURE 2 – PCB (Inside TTT)
Dispose of used battery in a safe way. Do not incinerate, mutilate or short circuit.
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Repair
Repair should be carried out at Norbar or by a Norbar approved agent, where all the facilities to ensure the
instrument is functioning at maximum accuracy are available.
NOTE:
Only remove front panel for battery replacement; there are no other parts for user repair inside.
Cleaning
Do not use abrasives or solvent based cleaners.
Disposal (Recycling Considerations)
Component
TTT case.
Coin cell / Battery pack.
Material
Polyurethane.
Dispose of used battery in a safe way.
Do not incinerate, mutilate or short circuit.
This symbol on the product indicates that it must not be disposed of in the
general waste. Please dispose of according to your local recycling laws and
regulations.
Contact your distributor or see the Norbar website (www.norbar.com) for further
recycling information.
For up to date disposal information, see our web site www.norbar.com.
SPECIFICATIONS
Input voltage
@0.5 mV
@1.0 mV
@2.0 to 18.9 mV
Equivalent torque
5% of full scale
10% of full scale
20% to 120% full scale
Accuracy
±0.1% of reading
±0.05% of reading
±0.05% of reading
Calibration uncertainty*
±0.13%
±0.08%
±0.06%
*Using a coverage factor of k=2, to give a confidence level of approximately 95%.
Resolution:
5 active digits for all Norbar transducers.
Display:
240 x 64 pixel dot matrix display.
With update rate of three times per second (3Hz).
Torque Unit Conversions:
To ‘BS 350:2004 Conversion factors for units’.
Zero Suppression:
TRACK
None.
ALL OTHER MODES suppressed from 0 to 0.5% of transducer
calibration range.
Password:
000000 (default), must be 6 characters.
Time/Date:
HH:MM:SS 24 Hour clock. DD/MM/YY or MM/DD/YY date format.
Time/Date Compliance:
To year 2062.
Units of Measurement:
See TRANSDUCER INTERFACE section.
USER defined up to a maximum of 6 alpha numeric upper and lower
case characters.
First Peak Sensitivity:
2.5%(High), 5%(Medium), or 10%(Low) of reading.
Auto Reset Hold Time:
1, 2, 3 or 4 seconds.
Peak Mode Reset:
Auto or Manual.
Trigger From Setting:
0 to 99% of transducer capacity.
Frequency Response:
8th Order Butterworth low pass filter with a –3dB point settable from 100
to 2500 Hz.
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Operating Temperature Range:
+5°C to +40°C.
Storage Temperature Range:
-20°C to +70°C.
Maximum Operating Humidity:
85% Relative Humidity @30°C.
a.c. Power Adapter:
100 to 240 Volts a.c. at 50-60 Hz input.
9V, 300 mA d.c. output (centre positive).
Power Down Time:
1 to 99 minutes (enter 0 to disable).
Power Consumption:
2.4 W - maximum.
Power Cable:
2 metres (6 ft 6 ins) long minimum.
Power Plug Fuse (if fitted):
1 Amp.
Battery Pack:
1600 mAh, 6.0 volt (5 cell) NiMH (Recharge time 200 minutes).
Coin Cell:
Renata 190 mAh (CR2032FH).
Weight:
1 Kg (2.2 lb).
Dimensions:
162 mm high x 200 mm wide x 180 mm deep.
Case Materials / Finish:
Rigid polyurethane with fine texture acrylic paint finish.
Environment:
Indoor use within a light industrial environment. IP40
Electromagnetic Compatibility:
(EMC) Directive
Designed to EN 61326 : 2013.
Low Voltage Directive:
Designed to EN 61010-1 : 2010.
To environmental conditions Pollution Degree 2
& Installation Category (Over voltage Category) II.
Also compliant with a Norbar transducer connected.
NOTE:
Due to continuous improvement all specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Tips are located within the manual to help with troubleshooting.
Error Messages
Error messages are displayed to help the user, with audible warnings given when necessary.
Common error messages are:
Error #
312
313
314
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
324
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Message
TRANSDUCER CAPACITY > 1,500,000
TRANSDUCER CAPACITY < 0.01
CALIBRATION FIGURE NOT 0.50 TO 3.15 MV/V
NO TRANSDUCER TO EDIT / PRINT
DELETE A SAVED TRANSDUCER FIRST
SET + LIMIT TOO HIGH
SET - LIMIT TOO HIGH
INCORRECT TARGET VALUE
FREQUENCY NOT 100 Hz – 2500 Hz
POWER DOWN TIME 0-99 MINUTES
SMART TRANSDUCER NOT INITIALISED
Comment
Wrong value entered.
Wrong value entered.
Wrong value entered.
No stored transducers.
All 20 locations full.
Wrong value entered.
Wrong value entered.
Wrong value entered.
Wrong value entered.
Wrong value entered.
Transducer’s stored data is blank.
Problems
Problem
No TTT display.
Battery will not charge.
Displays Menu 82:
‘CLOCK NOT INITALISED’
Overrange
NOTE:
Likely Solutions
Check on/off switch is ON.
Charge battery for at least 1 minute.
Check display backlight is ON when charging.
Check a.c. power adaptor is ON (green LED on power adaptor will glow).
Check electrical power supply and fuse in plug (if fitted).
The coin cell battery has failed. See MAINTENANCE section or return to
Norbar.
Open circuit in transducer or transducer lead.
For more complex faults please contact Norbar distributor / manufacturer.
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Word or Term
a.c.
Auto Reset Hold Time
d.c.
ETS
First Peak Sensitivity
Frequency Response
Hz
LED
mA (milli amp)
mAh (milli ampere hour)
mS (Millisecond)
mV (Millivolt)
mV/V (Millivolt per volt)
NiMH
NON-SMART
PC
PCB
Power Down Time
 Print / X Print
Pulse Count
SMART
SMART Transducer
Trigger From
TTT
USER
V d.c.
Zero Suppression
Meaning
Alternating current.
The length of time a reading is displayed until automatically reset.
Direct current.
Electronic Transducer System.
The amount by which the reading must fall from a peak for the display to be
held.
Frequency value below which signals are passed.
Hertz, unit of frequency.
Light Emitting Diode.
One thousandth of an amp.
Rate of charge/discharge of a battery.
One thousandth of a second (0.001 second).
One thousandth of a volt (0.001 volt).
Ratio of millivolt output to voltage input.
Nickel metal Hydride.
Standard mV/V transducer (NON-INTELLIGENT).
Personal Computer.
Printed Circuit Board.
The length of time that the TTT has not been used before the instrument
goes into power down mode.
Print can be switched off to stop all serial port output.
The number of torque pulses that have been applied to the TTT in IMPULSE
TOOL or CLUTCH TOOL mode.
Serial Memory Automatic Recognition Transducer (INTELLIGENT).
A transducer that holds its own calibration data (INTELLIGENT).
Value at which the memory modes operate. Used to overcome erratic
applications of torque causing false results.
Torque Tool Tester.
Measurement units that can be specified by the user.
Voltage (direct current).
Value of torque that has to be achieved for the TTT not to display zero.
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OPERATOR’S MANUAL
TORQUE TOOL TESTER (TTT) SERIES 3
NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS LTD
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Oxfordshire, OX16 3JU
UNITED KINGDOM
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SINGAPORE 128383
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AUSTRALIA
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Tel + 86 21 6145 0368
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36400 Biltmore Place, Willoughby,
Ohio, 44094
USA
Tel + 1 866 667 2279
Email [email protected]
NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS INDIA PVT. LTD
Plot No A-168, Khairne Industrial Area,
Thane Belapur Road, Mahape,
Navi Mumbai – 400 709
INDIA
Tel + 91 22 2778 8480
Email [email protected]
FOR USE WITH TTT’S FITTED WITH
VERSION 37712.305 SOFTWARE
www.norbar.com
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