Station controller mPro400SG

Station controller mPro400SG
Instruction Manual
P2109BA/EN
2013-06_rev
Station controller mPro400SG
Order no. S961450-150
For additional product information visit our website at http://www.apextoolgroup.com
Notes on this instruction manual
This instruction manual is the – translation of the original Instruction Manual –
• It provides important instructions for safe and effective operation.
• It describes the function and operation of the station controller mPro400SG (hereinafter referred to simply as mPro400SG).
• It serves as a reference work for technical data and service intervals.
• It points out options.
Symbols in the text

Identifies instructions to be followed
•
Identifies lists
Symbols in graphics
Identifies movement in a direction
Identifies function and force
Disclaimer:
Apex Tool Group reserves the right to modify, supplement or improve this document or the product without
prior notice. This document may not be reproduced in whole or in part in any way, shape or form, or copied
to another natural or machine-readable language or to a data carrier, whether electronic, mechanical, optical or otherwise, without the express permission of Apex Tool Group.
DGD is a brand of the Apex Tool Group Division.
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Contents
1
Safety
5
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Symbols ................................................................................................
Safety instructions ................................................................................
Intended use .........................................................................................
EMC measures .....................................................................................
Operator training...................................................................................
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6
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General information
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
Overview .............................................................................................
Description............................................................................................
Field of application................................................................................
Ambient conditions................................................................................
Maintenance .........................................................................................
Transport and storage...........................................................................
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Mechanical data
9
3.1
3.2
3.3
Installation guidelines ........................................................................... 9
Size....................................................................................................... 9
Connections........................................................................................ 10
4
Electrical Data
4.1
4.2
System data........................................................................................ 13
Power supply
................................................................................ 13
5
Repair
5.1
Replacing mPro400SG in the housing................................................ 14
6
MAC adress
6.1
Network access .................................................................................. 15
7
Cleaning
15
8
Connector assignment
16
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
XSV – Supply .....................................................................................
X1, X2 – Ethernet RJ45 / 10/100 BASE-T ..........................................
X5, X6, X17 – for auxiliary equipment ................................................
X7, X8 – Anybus CC ...........................................................................
Inputs / Outputs I/O24.........................................................................
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8.7
X16 – Panel & Touch Screen.............................................................. 19
X18 – System bus ARCNET ............................................................... 19
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Storage access, portable memory
9.1
9.2
9.3
X3, X4, X14, X15 – USB (version 2.0)................................................ 20
CF card (Compact Flash) ................................................................... 20
SDHC card.......................................................................................... 20
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Service
20
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Disposal
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Safety
1
Safety
Do not operate the mPro400SG unless you have carefully read and fully understood the following safety
instructions and the instruction manual for your model.
We do not claim that these safety notes are complete.
Read and observe all applicable, general and local safety and accident prevention rules.
1.1
Symbols
The purpose of the following notes is to guarantee preservation of personal safety as well as to protect the
station controller mPro400SG from damage.
The symbols defined below highlight safety notes and warnings in this instruction manual, which alert to
hazards endangering health and life of maintenance staff and causing property damage.
DANGER!
A symbol combined with the word DANGER warns of an impending health risk or risk of fatal injury to personnel. If this danger note is not adhered to, severest injury that may lead to the death of people, is the consequence.
WARNING!
A symbol combined with the word WARNING warns of a potentially dangerous situation for the health of
personnel, which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION!
A symbol combined with the word CAUTION warns of a potentially harmful situation for the health of personnel or damage to property or the environment. If this warning is not observed, injuries, property or environmental damage may occur.
This sign warns of a possibly damaging situation.
ATTENTION! If the note is not adhered to, the product or parts of it may be damaged.
NOTE
This symbol indicates a general instruction.
General instructions include application tips and special useful information, but no warnings against
dangers.
1.2
Safety instructions
The station controller mPro400SG described in this instruction manual was developed, manufactured,
inspected and documented according to the relevant safety standards. Therefore, the mPro400SG does not
normally represent a danger to property or persons as long as the handling instructions and safety notes
are adhered to during installation and first operation.
• The company operating the product must make this instruction manual available to operators and must
ensure that operators have read and understood it.
• Do not attempt to repair possible faults on the mPro400SG by yourself if you do not have the required
knowledge!
Inform the local repair center or your Apex Tool Group representative.
• Follow a safety-conscious maintenance program which takes into account the local regulations for maintenance and servicing in all phases of operation of the tightening controller.
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1.3
Intended use
The station controller mPro400SG may be used only under the following conditions:
• ndustrial environment EMC limit class A (EN 55011).
• Only ARCNET cables of types authorized by Apex Tool Group may be used.
• Furthermore, only accessory parts authorized by Apex Tool Group may be used.
• Unauthorized alterations, repairs and modifications are prohibited for reasons of safety and product liability.
• Observe the aAmbient conditions, see 2.4 Ambient conditions, page 8.
1.4
EMC measures
•
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•
The filters and measures required to satisfy the EMC regulations are built into the design.
The enclosed metal housing provides substantial protection against irradiated and radiated interference.
The tool complies with the following EMC standards:
Emissions
- EN 55011:2007
Noise immunity
- EN 61000-6-2:2005
- EN 61000-4-2:2009
- EN 61000-4-3:2006 + A2:2008
- EN 61000-4-4:2004
- EN 61000-4-5:2006
- EN 61000-4-6:2009
- EN 61000-4-8:1993 + A1:2001
- EN 61000-4-11:2004
Circuit feedback
- EN 61000-3-2:2006 + A1:2009 + A2:2009
- EN 61000-3-3:2008
•
This is a Class A device. The device may cause signal interference; in this case, the operator may be
required to implement suitable EMC measures.
Operation while the housing is open is prohibited, since the properties of the shielding would change and
the noise emission would increase.
WARNING!
•
1.5
Operator training
•
•
•
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The station controller mPro400SG may only be commissioned by personnel who have specialized training (electrical/mechanical engineering).
The owner's operating and service personnel will be trained by qualified employees of Apex Tool Group.
A repair is only permitted by Apex Tool Group authorized personnel.
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General information
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General information
2.1
Overview
2.2
Order number
(without Software)
S961450-150
Designation
Controller mPro400SG
Usable software
Standard: S168813
For detailed information, please contact the Sales & Service Center.
Description
The station controller mPro400SG includes the following functions:
• Communication with resource control (for example, digital I/O, Profibus, Interbus, etc.).
• Communication with computer networks (for example, Ethernet).
• Communication with the STM(H) tightening modules or DGD-Intelligent-Spindle Series BTS(E), via
ARCNET high-performance fieldbus.
• Communication over optional Anybus CC Module.
• Printer control
• Tightening process control
• Menu operation via touchscreen or additional mouse and/or external keyboard
• Visualization via TFT color LCD monitor
2.3
Field of application
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The station controller mPro400SG is used as the master computer, data concentrator and interface concentrator in conjunction with the STM(H) tightening modules or DGD-Intelligent-Spindle Series BTS(E).
A decentralized setup of the mPro400SG and STM(H) tightening modules or DGD-Intelligent-Spindle
Series BTS(E) at distances of up to 100 m (328,1 ft) can be realized.
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2.4
2.5
Ambient conditions
Maximum permitted temperature inside control
cabinet
50 °C (122 °F)
Storage temperature
-20...60 °C (-4…140 °F)
Cooling type
Convection (self-cooling)
Relative humidity
0...90 % non-condensing
Working height
Up to 3000 m (9,842.5 ft) above sea level
Dust, dirt
Required enclosure IP54
Exposure to sunlight
Caution: causes an increase of temperature.
Protect from direct sunlight.
Oil, grease
Protect the surface from contact with oils and greases.
Always replace the station controller mPro400SG completely.
When the station controller is replaced for service, observe the software programming manual.
Transport and storage
•
•
•
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Data
0...45 °C (32…113 °F)
Maintenance
•
•
2.6
Features
Ambient temperature
Transport and store in suitable packaging only. If necessary, request packaging from Sales & Service
Center.
The packaging can be recycled.
Check the mPro400SG for any visible damage if the packaging is damaged. Inform the transport
company, and, if applicable, Sales & Service Center.
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Mechanical data
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Mechanical data
3.1
Installation guidelines
•
•
3.2
An enclosed housing made of sheet steel must be used, see 2.4 Ambient conditions, page 8.
Do not block the housing openings above and below the mPro400SG with components (cable ducts,
etc.).
Size
Features
Data
Height incl. front panel
260 mm (10.236”)
Width incl. front panel
325 mm (12.7953”)
Depth
66 mm (2.5984”)
Weight
2,6 kg (5.73 lbs)
Mean time between failures (lamps)
50.000 h
Protection class
without installation IP20
Manufactured piece for door installation
The mPro400SG is mounted to the housing of the control cabinet with 6 integrated plastic screws.
Housing
control cabinet
(12.20”)
(9.60”)
Plastic
screw
Abb. 3-1 Back side mPro400SG
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3.3
Connections
For technical data, see 7 Cleaning, page 15
X10
In- /Output
I 4–7; O 4–7
X9
In- /Output
I 0–3; O 0–3
X8
Anybus CC
slot 2
X6
RS232 2, for auxiliary
X7
Anybus CC
slot1
X5
RS232 1, for auxiliary
X3–X4
USB 1,2
X2
Ethernet 2, RJ45
X1
Ethernet 1, RJ45
Abb. 3-2 Connections, right side
CF-card
Abb. 3-3 Connections, top
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In- /Output
I/O 0–7
XSV
Supply 24 VDC
intern System
In- /Output
I/O 8–15
Run-LED Powerfall
Reset button
Service button
Abb. 3-4 Connections, left side
X18
Systembus ARCNET
X11
In- /Output
I/O 13–15
X17
RS232 3, for auxiliary equipment
X16
Panel & Touch
SDHC card
X14–X15
USB 3,4 Version 2.0
X12
In- /Output
I 8–11; O 8–11
X13
In- /Output
II 12–15; O 12–15
Abb. 3-5 Connections, bottom
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Abb. 3-6 Connections
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Electrical Data
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Electrical Data
4.1
System data
Hardware
4.2
Working memory
512 Mbyte DDR2 SDRAM, 32 bit data bus
Nonvolatile
memory
1 Mbyte SRAM, 16 bit data bus, accumulator buffered
512 Kbit serielles EEPROM
16 Mbyte Flash Memory, 16 bit data bus
Mass memory
CompactFlash-Card
SD(HC)-Card
Interfaces
3× serial data interfaces RS232
2× Ethernet 100/10Base2
1× ARCNET (Systembus)
4× USB2.0 High Speed
1x Panel- /Touchscreen connection
16 digital inputs/outputs for 24 V level
System functions
The accu buffered RealTimeClock M41T82 with alarm function on the I2C bus
provides quartz-exact times. Buffer period: 20 years
Watchdog: voltage monitoring
Display
LCD display 800x600 pixels in color,
Screen diagonal 305 mm (12“)
Touchscreen
Operating system
OS-9000 real-time operating system, bootable without mechanically moving
drives, no UPS required
HMI (human-machine
interface)
Graphical user interface with Softkeyboard
Data protection
User access authorization, configurable (remote program)
optional
Anybusmodule CC, see 8.4 X7, X8 – Anybus CC, page 17
Power supply
The station controller mPro400SG must be operated with a 24 VDC, 4A limited power source / Class II.
ATTENTION! Attempting to operate at a voltage other than 24 VDC (e. g. 15 VAC / 230 VAC) will result in immediate and
irreparable total loss!
Features
Data
Nominal supply voltage
24 VDC
Nominal supply voltage limits
15 – 30 DC
Rated supply current
0,6 A1)
Internal fusing (Polyswitch)
2A
Power loss (Stand By)
15 W1)
1) Use of accessory can increase the rated data.
The fuse on the power plug connector protects the lines in the mPro400SG in the event of faults or an oversized external fuse. The fuse on the main board protects the conducting paths to the power adapter.
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Repair
5
Repair
5.1
Replacing mPro400SG in the housing
CAUTION!
Opening the housing holds specific risks.

The station controller mPro400SG may be replaced by qualified personnel only.

Always replace the station controller mPro400SG completely.
1. Set the main switch on the control cabinet to "OFF" or "0".
2. Disconnect the power cable from the power supply.
3.
Disconnect the supply cable from the station controller.
4.
Disconnect all the connectors from the station controller.
5. Loosen the PE connection.
6. Unscrew 6 plastic screws on the mounting frame and unhook the station controller by pulling it forwards.
Caution: support the station controller on the front. It may tilt forward. See Manufactured piece for door
installation, page 9
7. Remove CF-card and put in the new station controller.
8. Hook in the new station controller and mount it to the mounting frame using the 6 platic screws.
9. Reconnect the PE connection.
10. Reconnect the station controller by following the reverse order of steps.
11. Switch on and reconfigure parameters or accept the parameter settings from parameter backup.
12. Check that the nutrunner control functions properly. If necessary, also check surrounding functions, for
example, if the nutrunner control is integrated into the assembly process or connected to the line.
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MAC adress
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MAC adress
The MAC address (Media Access Control address) is the hardware address of the station controller, which
is used for unambiguous identification of the device in the Ethernet network.
6.1
Network access
The MAC adress can be built out of the serial number.
1. MAC adress
MAC = 00.12.91.40.xx.xx.
xx.xx is determined by multiplying the last 4 digits of the serial number by 2 and converting the result into
hexadecimal format. Example:
Serial number A20035:
0035 × 2 = 70 = 0x0046  MAC = 00.12.91.40.00.46
Serial number A20080:
0080 × 2 = 160 = 0x00A0  MAC = 00.12.91.40.00.A0
2. MAC adress
Serial number A20035:
0035 × 2 = 70 = 0x0046 + 1 = 0x0047  MAC = 00.12.91.40.00.47
Serial number A20080:
0080 × 2 = 160 = 0x00A0 + 1 = 0x00A1  MAC = 00.12.91.40.00.A1
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Cleaning
Interval
Measures
As necessary
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Set the screen to cleaning mode (test menu).

Clean the surface using a damp cloth. After the programmed time has elapsed,
the screen switches back to normal mode.

Do not use any abrasive or solvent-containing cleaning agents.

Do not use hot cleaning equipment (steam cleaners) or high-pressure cleaners.

Do not exert excessive pressure on the glass plate.

Do not use hard or rough objects for cleaning.
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Connector assignment
8
Connector assignment
All connections are short-circuit protected.
8.1
XSV – Supply
Pin
8.2
Description
4 pole Phoenix MC 1.5/4-GF-3.81
Order no. S961397
1
+24 VDC intern
Supply System and I/O 0–7
2
GND1 intern
Supply System and I/O 0–7
3
+24 VDC extern
Supply I/O 8–15
4
GND extern
Supply I/O 8–15
1
2
3
4
X1, X2 – Ethernet RJ45 / 10/100 BASE-T
Access is obtained internally or via cable bushings and connected directly to the processing unit.
8.3
Pin
Signal
1
TPOP
2
TPON
3
TPIP
4
nc
5
nc
6
TPIN
7
nc
8
nc
X5, X6, X17 – for auxiliary equipment
•
•
ATTENTION!
16
•
All outputs provide signals conforming to RS232.
The inputs allow voltages in the range from -15 V to +15 V.
- Voltages < 0.8 V correspond to a zero.
- Voltages > 2.4V are interpreted as a one.
- Open inputs are preset to zero using a pulldown resistor.
The power supply pins are connected directly to the main board power supply.

Do not unplug consumers during operation. This may lead to a system reset.
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Connector assignment
A conventional barcode scanner, for example, can be connected to this interface (depending on the
software used).
8.4
Pin
RS232-1
X5
RS23-2
X6
RS232-3
X17
1
–
–
–
2
RxD
RxD
RxD
3
TxD
TxD
TxD
4
–
–
–
5
GND
GND
GND
6
–
–
–
7
RTS
RTS
RTS
8
CTS
CTS
CTS
9
–
–
–
9 pole D-Sub
Pin with screw block
X7, X8 – Anybus CC
Two slots for Anybus CC moduls are available at the station controller.
Current available optional Anybus CC modules (further modules on demand):
Typ1)
Order no.
ProfiNet I/O 2 Port
544174PT
Profibus-DP
544173PT
Ethernet-IP 1 Port
544172PT
DeviceNet
544171PT
Modbus/TCP
544211PT
1) Support depends on installed software package.
8.5
Inputs / Outputs I/O24
The required signal circuits are connected to these input/output connectors. The signal groups are not galvanically connected to the power supply; galvanic isolation is required.
• 10 pole MICRO Combicon RM2,5 on processing unit
• 16-bit digital inputs/outputs, opto-isolated for 24V level / 0.5 A
ATTENTION!

A consumer should not require current of more than 500 mA. The current monitoring turns off the output.
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Connector assignment
8.5.1
8.5.2
8.5.3
X 9 – I 0–3; O 0–3
X10 – I 4–7; O 4–7
Pin
Signal X9
Pin
Signal X10
1
+24 VDC-int
13
+24 VDC-int
2
+24 VDC O0–O3
14
+24 VDC O4–O7
3
I0
15
I4
4
I1
16
I5
5
I2
17
I6
6
I3
18
I7
7
O0
19
O4
8
O1
20
O5
9
O2
21
O6
10
O3
22
O7
11
GND I/O 0–3
23
GND I/O 4–7
12
GND-int
24
GND-int
2x12 pole Phoenix MCD 0.5/24-G1-2.5
Order no. S981211
X9
X10
X11 – I/O 13–15
Pin
Signal
Description
1
+24 VDC
+24 VDC
2
I14
Start
3
I15
Reverse
4
O13
Red LED
5
O14
Green LED
6
O15
Yellow LED
7
GND
GND
7 pole Phoenix MC 0.5/7-G-2.5
X12 – I 8–11; O 8–11
X13 – I 12–15; O 12–15
Pin
Signal X12
Pin
Signal X13 /
Description
1
+24 VDC
11
+24 VDC
2
I8
12
I12
3
I9
13
I13
4
I10
14
I14 / Start1)
5
I11
15
I15 / Reverse
6
O8
16
O12
7
O9
17
O13 / Red LED
8
O10
18
O14 / Green LED
9
O11
19
O15 / Yellow LED
10
GND
20
GND
2x10 pole Phoenix MCD 0.5/10-G1-2.5
Order no. S961362
X12
X13
1) In- and outputs are parallel connected on X11 – I/O 13–15, see 8.5.2
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8.6
8.7
X16 – Panel & Touch Screen
Pin
Signal Description
Pin
Signal Description
1
Touch
X+
14
LVDS
2
Touch
Y+
15
LVDS
CLKOUT+
3
Inverter
/Panel On*
16
LVDS
TXOUT2+
4
–
GND
17
LVDS
TXOUT1+
5
LVDS
TXOUT3-
18
LVDS
TXOUT0+
6
LVDS
CLKOUT-
19
Touch
Y-
7
LVDS
TXOUT2-
20
LVDS
VCC Panel (Supply)
8
LVDS
TXOUT1-
21
Inverter
12_Panel (Supply)
9
LVDS
TXOUT0-
22
Inverter
/BL_ON_12V
26 pole D-Sub-HD
Socket
TXOUT3+
10
Touch
X-
23
–
GND
11
Touch
5W
24
Inverter
BL_ON_5V
12
Inverter
12_PANEL (Supply)
25
Inverter
/BL_ON_5V
13
Inverter
DIMM (0..5V)
26
–
GND
X18 – System bus ARCNET
An ARCNet cable can be connected to this interface. The station controller has an integrated bus termination; therefore, no external termination is necessary.
Pin
Signal Description
1
CHGND
2
–
3
ARC L (Data B)
4
–
5
ARC GND
6
ARC +5 V (max. 100 mA)
7
–
8
ARC H (Data A)
9
–
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9
Storage access, portable memory
9
Storage access, portable memory
9.1
X3, X4, X14, X15 – USB (version 2.0)
Not intended for serial devices or networking. Only USB sticks can be used here. Only a limited number of
products can be used for this embedded PC.
USB sticks that can be used
Due to continuous product changes for commercial USB sticks, an advance performance test is required.
We recommend Apex Tool Group stick, 2 GB, order No. S981007.
9.2
CF card (Compact Flash)
A CF card (internal) is required for operating system and application. It is within the scope of supply.
ATTENTION!
9.3

Insert or remove the CF-card only if the supply voltage is turned of to avoid system error and data loss.
SDHC card
A SDHC card (SD, MMC) can be plugged at the station controller.
Supply voltage = 3.3 V.
10
Service
If the housing is opened, the warranty is voided. Always replace mPro400SG completely.
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Disposal
CAUTION!
Injuries and environmental damage from improper disposal.
Components of the mPro400SG pose risks to health and the environment.

Separate the components of the packing and dispose of them by segregating them clearly.

Follow the locally applicable regulations..
Observe generally valid disposal guidelines such as, in Germany, the Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Act (ElektroG) and the Battery Act (BattG):

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Hand in the mPro400SG at your company collection point or return to Sales & Service Centers.
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Sales & Service Centers
Note: All locations may not service all products. Please contact the nearest Sales & Service Center for the
appropriate facility to handle your service requirements.
Detroit, MI
Seattle, WA
England
India
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
2630 Superior Court
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
USA
Phone: +1-248-393-5640
Fax: +1-248-391-6295
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
2865 152nd Avenue N.E.
Redmond, WA 98052
USA
Phone: +1-425-497-0476
Fax:
+1-425-497-0496
Apex Tool Group GmbH &
Co. OHG
C/O Spline Gaugesl
Piccadilly Tamworth
Staffordshire B78 2ER
United Kingdom
Phone: +44-191 419 7700
Fax:
+44-191 417 9421
Apex Power Tools India
Private Limited
Gala No. 1, Plot No. 5
S. No. 234, 235 & 245
Indialand Global Industrial
Park
Taluka-Mulsi, Phase I
Hinjawadi, Pune 411057
Maharashtra, India
Phone: +91-20-66761111
Houston, TX
York, PA
France
Mexico
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
6550 West Sam Houston
Parkway North, Suite 200
Houston, TX 77041
USA
Phone: +1-713-849-2364
Fax:
+1-713-849-2047
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
3990 East Market Street
York, PA 17402
USA
Phone: +1-717-755-2933
Fax:
+1-717-757-5063
Apex Tool Group SNC
25 Rue Maurice Chevalier
BP 28
77831 Ozoir-la-Ferrière
Cedex, France
Phone: +33-1-6443-2200
Fax:
+33-1-6440-1717
Apex Tool Group México
S. de R.L. de C.V.
Vialidad El Pueblito #103
Parque Industrial
76220 Querétaro
Mexico
Phone: +52 (442) 2113800
Fax:
+52 (442) 1030443
Lexington, SC
Brazil
Germany
China
Apex Tool Group
670 Industrial Drive
Lexington, SC 29072
USA
Phone: +1-800-845-5629
Phone: +1-803-951-7544
Fax:
+1-803-358-7681
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
Caixa Postal 692
18001-970 Sorocaba, SP
Brazil
Phone: +55-15-238-3929
Fax:
+55-15-238-3260
Apex Tool Group
GmbH & Co. OHG
Industriestraße 1
73463 Westhausen
Germany
Phone: +49-7363-81-0
Fax:
+49-7363-81-222
Apex Power Tools Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd
A company of
Apex Tool Group, LLC
A8, No.38, Dongsheng
Road, Shanghai,
China 201201
Phone: +86-21-60880320
Fax:
+86-21-60880298
Los Angeles, CA
Canada
Hungary
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
6881 Stanton Avenue, Unit B
Buena Park, CA 90621
USA
Phone: +1-714-994-1491
Fax:
+1-714-994-9576
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
7631 Bath Road
Mississauga, Ont. L4T 3T1
Canada
Phone: +1-866-691-6212
Fax:
+1-905-673-4400
Apex Tool Group
Hungaria Kft
Platànfa u. 2
9027 Györ
Hungary
Phone: +36-9666-1383
Fax:
+36-9666-1135
Apex Tool Group GmbH & Co. OHG
Industriestraße 1
73463 Westhausen
Germany
Phone: +49-7363-81-0
Fax: +49-7363-81-222
www.apexpowertools.eu
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