ATS 400

ATS 400
Automatic Test System
ATS 400
Instruction Manual Base device
Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
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Table of Contents ............................................................................... 2
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Safety ................................................................................................ 5
2.1
Used Symbols ............................................................................................... 5
2.2
Qualification of Staff ..................................................................................... 5
2.3
Fundamental Safety Notations ...................................................................... 6
2.4
Responsibility and Warranty ......................................................................... 6
2.5
Damage by Transport ................................................................................... 6
3
General Information .......................................................................... 7
3.1
Safety Information ....................................................................................... 7
3.2
Brief Description of the Product .................................................................... 7
3.3
Model and Type Designation ......................................................................... 8
3.4
Validation ..................................................................................................... 8
3.5
Handling according to Regulations ............................................................... 8
3.6
Scope of Delivery .......................................................................................... 8
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About the Test System ....................................................................... 9
4.1
Operating Components at the Front Side (all Types) .................................... 9
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
Main Switch .................................................................................................... 9
Multifunctional Rotary Switch „Navigation Plus“ ................................................... 9
Keyboard Foils................................................................................................. 9
LED Display ...................................................................................................10
Display ..........................................................................................................11
4.2
Equipment and Control Types ..................................................................... 11
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
PREMIUM
PREMIUM
PREMIUM
PREMIUM
4.3
Back Side with Interfaces ........................................................................... 13
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.5.1
4.3.5.2
4.3.5.3
4.3.6
4.3.7
4.3.8
4.3.9
4.3.10
4.3.10.1
4.3.10.2
4.3.10.3
4.3.11
4.3.12
ETL-Interface for Selection and Operation Panels ................................................14
User-Interface: Free configurable IOs (optional article 201327) ............................15
Common specification .....................................................................................16
ADF-Interface: Analogue IOs und Frequency Inputs (optional article 202734) ........16
RS232-Interface .............................................................................................17
PC-Connection via KWP2000 ............................................................................17
Log Printer-Connection via a simple ASCII-Output ..............................................17
PC- or PLC-Connection via a simple ASCII-Protocoll ............................................17
CAN 1: Interface for the Extension of the Test System ........................................17
CAN 2: Interface for customer-specific Selection.................................................17
HV-Connections: HV-Connection Jack, double pole, HVS06C by ETL: .....................18
Connection for a PE-Probe Tip (Protective Earth CPonductor-Test Probe): ..............18
SHK / HV-Safety Circuit: Connection Jack, eight-pole Female Socket: ...................19
Executing "Testing with Test Pistols": ................................................................19
Executing "Testing with Test Cage or two-hand Operating" ..................................19
Executing "Testing in an Automation Solution": ..................................................19
WK400, Warning Light-Connection: Connection Jack, four-pole Female Socket: ......20
Earthing: .......................................................................................................20
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X4:
X6:
X8:
The
The
The
The
Remote Type ................................................................11
Stand-Alone Type .........................................................11
PC-Inside Type .............................................................12
High-End Type ..............................................................12
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Information for safe Operation ........................................................ 21
5.1
General Safety Information ........................................................................ 21
5.2
Special Safety Information for High Voltage Testing and other dangerous
Kinds of Testing .......................................................................................... 21
5.2.1
5.2.1.1
5.2.1.2
5.2.1.3
5.2.2
5.2.2.1
Testing with High Voltage Test Pistols ...............................................................21
Fusing the Work Place .....................................................................................21
Protecting Outsiders ........................................................................................21
Protecting the Test Person ...............................................................................21
Testing with a Safety Test Cage ........................................................................22
Fusing the Work Place .....................................................................................22
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First Steps, Commissioning .............................................................. 23
7
Operation......................................................................................... 24
8
Settings of the ETL Interface ........................................................... 25
8.1
Standard setting ......................................................................................... 25
8.2
Enabled ....................................................................................................... 26
8.3
Button Start ................................................................................................ 27
8.4
Time ........................................................................................................... 29
8.5
Safety circuit .............................................................................................. 31
8.6
Using the Buzzer ......................................................................................... 32
8.7
Disable SC, Con ........................................................................................... 32
8.8
KeepPolarity ............................................................................................... 32
8.9
Warn lamp flashing ..................................................................................... 32
8.10
Adaptive HV timing ..................................................................................... 32
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Technical support ............................................................................ 35
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Technical Data ................................................................................. 36
10.1
General Technical Data ............................................................................... 36
10.2
HV-Modules, technical Data ........................................................................ 37
10.2.1
10.2.5
10.2.6
HV-Module HVA5-100, Art.-Nr.: 201718
and HV-Module HVK5070, Art.-Nr.: 201819 .......................................................38
HV-Module HVA2,5-100, Art.-Nr.: 201762 .........................................................38
HV-Module HVA1,5-100, Art.-Nr.: 201780 .........................................................38
HV-Module HVD3-CL, Art.-Nr.: 201598 and HV-Module HVK5030, Art.-Nr.: 201790
and HV-Module HVK2530, Art.-Nr.: 203048 .......................................................39
HV-Module HVD3,6-CL, Art.-Nr.: 203566 and HV-Module HVK5036, Art.-Nr.: 20490239
HV-Module HVK5070, Art.-Nr.: 201819 .............................................................40
10.3
PE-Modules, technical Data ......................................................................... 40
10.3.1
10.3.2
10.3.3
10.3.4
PE-Module
PE-Module
PE-Module
PE-Module
10.4
ISO-Modules, technical Data ....................................................................... 41
10.4.1
10.4.2
10.4.3
ISO-Module DC5-CL, Art.-Nr.: 201599 ..............................................................41
ISO-Module DC10-CL, Art.-Nr.: 201776 .............................................................42
ISO-Module DC30-CL, Art.-Nr.: 202709 .............................................................42
10.5
Function Test-Modules, technical Data ....................................................... 43
10.2.2
10.2.3
10.2.4
AC10,
AC25,
AC32,
AC40,
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Art.-Nr.:
Art.-Nr.:
Art.-Nr.:
201720....................................................................40
201600....................................................................40
202708....................................................................41
204633....................................................................41
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10.5.2
10.5.3
FCTQ-Modul Q1ACMF-230AC-10A, Art.-Nr.: 201791 ............................................43
FCTQ-Module Q1ACMEX-270AC-500VA, potentialfree, Art.-Nr.: 201807 .................43
FCT-Module Measuring Module M10A, Art.-Nr.: 201666 .......................................43
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Manufacturer’s Declaration / EU-Declaration of Conformity ............ 44
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Warranty ......................................................................................... 45
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Personal Notes................................................................................. 46
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Safety
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Safety
2.1
Used Symbols
WARNING
Information to prevent extensive material and ecological damage.
CAUTION
Information on handling and usage. Disregard may lead to malfunctioning or marginal
material damage. Information to prevent extensive material and ecological damage.
DANGER
Information to prevent all kinds of personal damage.
ANNOTATION
Information to accentuate operating instructions.
TIP
Tips for the handling of the system or the operation.
INITIAL COMMISSIONING
Information on actions and data which are necessary for the initial commissioning of
the system.
2.2
Qualification of Staff
PROFESSIONAL STAFF
The operations described in this document are only allowed to be realized by persons
who have the qualified technical formation or have been trained appropriately by the
operator.
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Safety
2.3
Fundamental Safety Notations
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All operations are only allowed under consideration of the relevant prescriptions
and observance of the protective measures.
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Consider additionally the safety notations given in this document.
Pass on the safety notations to all other users.
2.4
Responsibility and Warranty
ETL Prüftechnik does not accept responsibility and warranty if the operator or a third
party:
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Disregard this document
Do not use the product according to regulations
Make any kind of intervention (alteration, modification, etc.) at the product
Use the product with supplies which are not listed in the corresponding product
documentation
The responsibility related to the used process media lies with the operator.
2.5
Damage by Transport
CAUTION
Avoid transport damage!
These devices must be transported on a pallet by a forwarding.
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General Information
The existing testing device is build according to EN 61010-1, tested and has left the
factory in a perfect safety-related state.
3.1
Safety Information
DANGER
To guarantee a riskless operation, the operator has to regard the advice and warnings
given in this instruction manual and in the EN 50191 (DIN VDE 0104).
The testing system is bound to be used in the interior spaces and is only allowed to be
used as a testing device to test the electric safety.
When installed in a special device suitcase of the series 400, the device can also be
used outdoors, but it has to be protected from splashing water.
3.2
Brief Description of the Product
You have bought a high-quality CE Testing System to check the electric safety of
electrotechnical products.
If vacuum cleaner, blow drier, machine tool, transformer or contact terminal – our
testing devices and automatic testing machines ensure their efficiency and process
reliability by a well thought out control concept and a future-oriented concept to bind
all testing devices and testing systems on today’s and tomorrow’s information
technology. Of course they are adapted to all usual norms and standards worldwide.
Depending on the test object and the number of pieces and cycles, the devices can
be employed in manual test locations and likewise as a semi- or fully automatic
component in the production. In the automatic operation all the measuring paths are
connected with the test object via a relay matrix.
The favoured (sensible) combination is freely programmable.
High Reliability
Our testing devices are said to be particularly robust and suitable for daily use and
are in action all over the world- often second by second and not rarely for 10 – 20
years.
Good Operability
Unified and well thought out controlling philosophies ensure a quick and
unproblematic access to the actual testing task – guaranteed without a manual as
well.
Security, Economic Efficiency and Precision
Everything that can be done for the safety of the operation personnel, the
measurement precision, the throughput rate and the process security is consequently
incorporated in ETL products. So at ETL the most expensive safety technology as well
as functions to prevent the test object from damage and increase the process
reliability are never expensive extras, but generally available in the standard delivery
(positively driven safety relays, contacting surveillance, ramp function, residual
voltage surveillance, …).
Open designed interfaces- guaranteed Flexibility and Transparency
The connection happens via PLC and in the Series 400 additionally PC or driver. All
test parameters then accommodate automatically.
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Furthermore the Interfaces make permanent collection of data and the download of
sets of test parameters as well as the control of operating parameters possible. On
the PC the data management software ETL DataView is available to telecommand
the test device; or you use DLL- or LabVIEW drivers for a comfortable connection of
your application.
3.3
Model and Type Designation
Automatic Test System ATS 400
3.4
Validation
This document is valid für all products of the Series 400. This series of products
forms the platform for many types and operation types.
You can find the description of the test modules in the „Technical Description“.
The operation types X2, X4, X5, X6 and X8 can be selected freely and combined with
every test configuration.
You can find the number of the product on the type label. The type label is affixed at
the back side of the test system.
Technical changes without prior announcement are reserved.
3.5
Handling according to Regulations
DANGER
Handling according to the regulations has to be taken care of!!
Please regard chapter 2.1 Safety Information.
3.6
Scope of Delivery
Please check the delivery for completeness. Thereby mind possibly smaller packages
as well.
The following parts must be included:
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1 power cable
1 instruction manual
1 safety circuit plug
1 Quick start manual for ETL DataView 3 (not for type X2)
Please check the delivery for possible transport damage.
In case of a transport damage, please inform the forwarder immediately (factual
report).
Please keep the special packaging to ensure the ideal protection when the device is
forwarded (e.g. for recalibration).
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4.1
Operating Components at the Front Side (all Types)
4.1.1
Main Switch
The main switch is used to activate the test system.
Depending on the test system, the main switch is either an
illuminated button or a key switch button.
4.1.2
Multifunctional Rotary Switch „Navigation Plus“
For the navigation in the operation menus.
By pushing the rotary switch an input acknowledgment
(Enter) will be released. Swivelling it to the right will move
the focus rightwards or downwards. Swivelling it to the left
will move the focus leftwards or upwards.
4.1.3
Keyboard Foils
Button „PASS“:
Input of the result „GOOD“, e.g. to confirm a visual testing.
Button „FAIL“:
Input of the result „BAD“, e.g. to confirm a visual testing.
Button „START“:
Button to initiate a test or a test step. The startconditions of
a test can be input individually. The start via the starting
button at the front of the test system is one of the freely
adjustable startconditions.
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Button„LOCK“:
Button to lock the safety circuit.
At a manual test with test pistols the safety circuit must be
locked consciously according to EN 50191.
4.1.4
LED Display
LED „PASSED“:
Indication of the overall result of the measurement.
“Overall result” means the result of all test steps.
Only when all test steps of a test sequence or a test plan
have been O.K., the result „PASSED“ is shown.
LED „FAILED“:
Indication of the overall result of the measurement. “Overall
result” means the result of all test steps. When only one or
several test steps of a test sequence or a test plan have not
been O.K., the result „FAILED“ is shown.
LED „IN OPERATION“:
Indication whether a test step is being active.
The LED goes out between the test steps until the next test
step is active again.
LED „SAFETY CIRCUIT“:
Indication whether the safety circuit is open or locked.
LED „POWER ON“:
Indication whether the test system is activated.
LED „KEYLOCK“:
Indication whether the keyboard or the control elements are
completely or partly locked. Control elements can be locked
in groups or completely. The control elements might also be
locked at a remote access by a superordinate control.
LED „REMOTE“:
Indication whether the test system is being controlled by a
superordinate control and whether the operation via the
front of the test system is therefore locked partly or
completely.
LED „ERROR“:
Indication whether an error of the test system has arrived. It
might be a temporary error (e.g. overheat shutdown as a
consequence of an overload of the test system) or a serious,
possibly unrecoverable error. Please pay attention to the
notifications and error indications on the display or activate
the service to read the error memory via interface.
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4.1.5
Display
Depending on the equipment of the test system, the front is either equipped with a
display or not.
The types X2 and X6 have a closed front without a display.
The Types X4, X5 and X8 are equipped with touchscreen displays.
Please regard the chapter Equipment and Control Types.
4.2
Equipment and Control Types
The test system can be delivered in 4 different types of equipment resp. control
concepts – from the pure Remote Type through to the PC-based system with TFTDisplay and touchscreen.
4.2.1
4.2.2
PREMIUM LINE X2: The Remote Type
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Remote control via PC with the software ETL DataView
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Remote control via PLC including a digital programme selection
Remote control via PC with a customer-specific application and ETL drivers (DLL,
LabVIEW, ASCII)
Several connectivity options for a control interface to input visual testings and to
display status messages
PREMIUM LINE X4: The Stand-Alone Type
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Basic functions like the X2-Type and self-operation
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Navigation Plus with rotary encoder
640 x 480 graphic-touchscreen for the editing of test plans, for status messages
and parameter changes
Storing of test plans and results (XML, HTML, CSV)
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4.2.4
PREMIUM LINE X6: The PC-Inside Type
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Basic functions like the X2-Type and self-operation
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External monitor via VGA-connection, location flexible
Integrated PC with the software ETL DataView able to do standard printing,
saving as XML, PDF, HTML, CSV and direct label printing on a Zebra printer.
Navigation Plus with rotary encoder
All PC-interfaces such as Ethernet, USB, Barcode, …
Installation and Windows 7 Professional 32 bit Edition inclusive
Expandable functions like e.g. remote maintenance, status report via E-Mail, ...
PREMIUM LINE X8: The High-End Type
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Basic functions like the X2-Type and self-operation
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integrated PC with the software ETL DataView able to do standard printing,
saving as XML, PDF, HTML, CSV and direct label printing on a Zebra printer.
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TFT-Touchscreen with extended operating functionality
Premium Type with integrated PC, TFT Display (800 x 600 / ca. 236 x 174,3 mm)
and touchscreen
Navigation Plus with rotary encoder
All PC-interfaces such as Ethernet, USB, Barcode, …
Installation and Windows 7 Professional 32 bit Edition inclusive
Expandable functions like e.g. remote maintenance, status report via E-Mail, ...
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4.3
Back Side with Interfaces
Depiction of the Types X8 and X6 with HV connection jacks.
The Types X2, X4 and X5 do not have the PC-interface which is
depicted on the right side.
Depiction of the Types X8 and X6 with a system plug.
The Types X2, X4 and X5 do not have the PC-interface which is
depicted on the right side.
Please pay regard to chapter 4.3.12 regarding the grounding of the system.
Current systems have a newer PC board, using another layout of connectors. There
are no PS2 connetors. Instead it has now 4 USB connectors.
There are the following connectors available:
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RS232 data termination equiptment, in Windows as COM1.
VGA analog, Sub-D 15 pole
1 Gigabit LAN port
4 USB connectors
1 Audio Line out
1 Audio Mic in
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4.3.1
ETL-Interface for Selection and Operation Panels
The ETL-Interface contains the most important digital inputs and outputs to the
remote control via PLC or to the connection of an operation interface. The settings
and using of the interface is described in chapter 8 starting from page 25.
The interface is executed as a 25-pole SUB-D connection jack (female).
The exact specifications of the pins are described in the following table:
PIN
1
IN/OUT
Designation
Out
Output 24 V
2
Explanation
GND
3
Out 1
Output
PASS
Digital display of the overall result, e.g. to
drive a “PASS”-lamp or a PLC.
4
Out 2
Output
FAIL
Digital display of the overall result, e.g. to
drive a „FAIL“-lamp or a PLC.
Out 3
Output
IN OP
Digital display for a feedback signal of an
active safety-related test of the test
system. Between the individual tests the
bit changes from 1 to 0.
Output
RESULT-IMPULSE
Adjustable digital display of an impulse,
e.g. an impulse for an error buzzer in case
of the overall result “FAIL” or an impulse
for an expulsion of the test object in case
of the overall result “PASSED”.
Out 5
Output
DUMMY-OUT
Digital output for the demand for or the
start of a dummy test via e.g. a PLC. The
test system is now waiting for the
feedback signal of the PLC or for the
dummy-test object to be ready for the
test.
Out 6
Output
READY FOR
OPERATION
Digital Output to signalize the operable
status after the activation of the device.
The device then stands in a dormant state,
e.g. waiting for the starting command of a
PLC.
5
6
7
8
Out 4
Using safety cabinets this output can be
used to lock the safety cabinet even during
the time no test is active. This is
supported with ETL DataView 3 version
3.8.33.160 or newer and remote control
using ETLKWP protocol.
or
Locking
9
Out 7
Output SHK
or
Output
external relay 1
10
Out 8
Digital output for the selection of an
external relay. The actuation and release
time of the relay must not be longer than
200 ms because the corresponding test
starts after that time.
Contact monitoring:
0=open, 1= contacts closed
Output KÜ
or
Output
external relay 2
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Digital output for the selection of an
external relay. The actuation and release
time of the relay must not be longer than
200 ms because the corresponding test
starts after that time.
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IN 1
Button Start
12
IN 2
Button Stop
13
Digital input to stop a test.
GND
14
Out
Output 24 V
15
IN 3
Button PASS
Digital input to input a good test result by
the test person.
16
IN 4
Button FAIL
Digital input to input a bad test result by
the test person.
17
IN 5
Button DUMMY-IN
Digital input to report to the PLC that the
dummy-test object is ready for the test.
18
IN 6
Input PP-SELECT
The test programme can be indicated
digitally, e.g. by a PLC. Thereto the PLC
has to set the Select Input (outside of the
test process). The PLC now creates the
digital combination at the Pins IN 7 –
IN 12. As long as the input PP SELCT is set
and the combination changes the
corresponding test program will be loaded.
The PP SELCT input must be set for at lest
18 ms to recognize the comination. The
programme has been filed before as a
parameter data set in the test system.
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IN 7
Input PP Bit 1
Bit combination for SELECT PP
20
IN 8
Input PP Bit 2
Bit combination for SELECT PP
21
IN 9
Input PP Bit 3
Bit combination for SELECT PP
22
IN 10
Input PP Bit 4
Bit combination for SELECT PP
23
IN 11
Input PP Bit 5
Bit combination for SELECT PP
24
IN 12
Input PP Bit 6
Bit combination for SELECT PP
25
4.3.2
Digital input to start a test operation.
GND
User-Interface: Free configurable IOs (optional article 201327)
The USER-Interface contains additional digital inputs and outputs for the query of
limit switches and for the setting of outputs and actuators.
The User-Interface can be programmed comfortably with an own test step card. It is
supposed to replace an additional controller, e.g. a PLC, in simple controlling tasks.
The User-Interface is optional. It is executed as a 25-pole SUB-D connection jack
(female) The exact specification of the pins are described in the following table:
PIN
1
IN/OUT
Designation
Out
Output 24 V
2
Explanation
GND
3
Out 1
Digital output 1
Freely configurable digital output, e.g. for
the selection of cylinders or the like.
4
Out 2
Digital output 2
do.
5
Out 3
Digital output 3
do.
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Out 4
Digital output 4
do.
7
Out 5
Digital output 5
do.
8
Out 6
Digital output 6
do.
9
Out 7
Digital output 7
do.
10
Out 8
Digital output 8
do.
11
IN 1
Digital input 1
Freely configurable digital input, e.g. for
the query of limit switches or the like.
12
IN 2
Digital input 2
do.
13
GND
14
Out
Output 24 V
15
IN 3
Digital input 3
do.
16
IN 4
Digital input 4
do.
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IN 5
Digital input 5
do.
18
IN 6
Digital input 6
do.
19
IN 7
Digital input 7
do.
20
IN 8
Digital input 8
do.
21
IN 9
Digital input 9
do.
22
IN 10
Digital input 10
do.
23
IN 11
Digital input 11
do.
24
IN 12
Digital input 12
do.
25
4.3.3
GND
Common specification
The ETL-Interface and the User-Interface supply 24 Volt for external devices. All 4
Pins can supply together up to 2 A using a mulitfuse.
All digital outputs are source outputs.
All digital inputs are sink inputs.
4.3.4
ADF-Interface: Analogue IOs und Frequency Inputs (optional article
202734)
The ADF-Interface contains AD-Channels to import linearised sensor signals. By
further DA-Channels measurement parameters and results can be output analogue.
With the frequency inputs, e.g. a rotational speed signal can be acquired and added
to a test step card for rotational speed tests. The ADF-Interface is optional.
The interface is executed as a 15-pole SUB-D connection jack (female).
The exact specification of the pins is described in the following table:
PIN
IN/OUT
Designation
1
+ 2,5 V
9
+5V
2
GND
Explanation
10
IN
AD1, AD-Channel 1
0 - 10 V DC, 12 bit resolution
3
IN
AD2, AD-Channel 2
0 - 10 V DC, 12 bit resolution
11
IN
AD3, AD-Channel 3
0 - 10 V DC, 12 bit resolution
4
IN
AD4, AD-Channel 4
0 - 10 V DC, 12 bit resolution
OUT
DA1, DA-Channel 1
0 - 10 V DC, analogue output of test
12
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OUT
DA2, DA-Channel 2
0 - 10 V DC, analogue output of test
statistics during the test
13
IN
FREQ 1.0
Frequency input for rotational speed
acquisitation
sensor 1
6
IN
FREQ 1.1
Frequency input for rotational direction
acquisitation
sensor 1
14
IN
FREQ 2.0
Frequency input for rotational speed
acquisitation
sensor 2
7
IN
FREQ 2.1
Frequency input for rotational direction
acquisitation
sensor 2
5
15
8
4.3.5
GND
IN 3
+ 24 V DC
RS232-Interface
The serial interface RS232 can be used in connection with a commercially available
PC, a log printer (ASCII or tape printer) or a PLC.
The interface is executed as a 9-pole SUB-D plug (male). The exact specification of
the connectivity options are described in the following chapters:
4.3.5.1
PC-Connection via KWP2000
The particularly interference free and data safe connection between PC and test
system is realized via the Keyword Protocol 2000 (KWP 2000).
Matching drivers (LabVIEW, DLL) as well as the complete data management system
ETL DataView 3 are available and described in their separate instruction manuals.
A commercially available null-modem cable is used for the electric connection
between a PC and the test system.
4.3.5.2
Log Printer-Connection via a simple ASCII-Output
Protocol is not implemented yet!
4.3.5.3
PC- or PLC-Connection via a simple ASCII-Protocoll
This is an option available as article 205060.
4.3.6
CAN 1: Interface for the Extension of the Test System
System extensions of the standard test system are realized via the CAN 1-Interface.
So e.g. an external relay matrix can be operated by the test system with a high
process reliability. There is also a processor unit with CAN in the external unit. That
way you can spare an expensive and unsafe cable system. The external task resp.
hardware unit can be established modularly and autarchically. So the whole system
is safer and more manageable.
The interface is build as a 9-pole SUB-D connection jack (female).
4.3.7
CAN 2: Interface for customer-specific Selection
Functionality is not implemented yet!
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4.3.8
HV-Connections: HV-Connection Jack, double pole, HVS06C by ETL:
The contacting is realized by two potential-free high voltage
outputs via suitable panel jacks HVS06C. These outputs are
each executed double pole with a connection jack for plug
HVP06C (A Ø 6 mm and I Ø 2 mm). In connection with the
double pole high voltage test pistols HTP06C it is possible to
generate a definite start signal and to guarantee a
permanent cable break monitoring. In an automated
surrounding ,like e.g. a test station, a contacting monitoring
can be reached additionally. Thereto each test point has to
be double contacted.
4.3.9
1
Middle braid
Sense path for contact monitoring
2
Shielding
High voltage power line
Connection for a PE-Probe Tip (Protective Earth CPonductor-Test Probe):
Connection for contacting the test object via a test probe
with start push button and result-LEDs.
The start push button makes the definite start-up of the
current source after the contacting possible and avoids in
this way a possible damage at the surface of the test object.
The result display in the handle piece of the test probe shows
the test person the result status of the test. Therefore no
direct visual of the test device is necessary.
For a firm connection an alligator clip can be plugged in
optionally.
PIN
Designation
Explanation
1
Source path
Current path at the 4-conductor measurement
(parallel to PIN 6)
2
Sense path
Measuring path at the 4-conductor measurement
3
24 V DC
Internal supply voltage for the Pins 4, 5 and 7
Input start button
Start condition for the protective earth conductor test. By
the definite start-up of the current source after the
contacing of touchable metal parts the surface of the test
object is protected. The corresponding start button is
situated at the test probe.
A signal with internal 24 V DC generates the start signal
(24 V DC from PIN 3).
5
Output "FAILED"
(e.g. LED red)
A result-LED in the test probe shows the test result,
there is no need of a direct visual of the test device.
The LED goes out during the test and shows the result
after the selected test time.
Output negative switching against internal 24 V DC (PIN
3)
6
Source path
Current path at the 4-conductor measurement
(parallel to PIN 1)
7
Output "PASSED"
(e.g. LED green)
A result-LED in the test probe shows the test result,
there is no need of a direct visual of the test device.
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The LED goes out during the test and shows the result
after the selected test time.
Output negative switching against internal 24 V DC (PIN
3)
4.3.10
SHK / HV-Safety Circuit: Connection Jack, eight-pole Female Socket:
For the implementation of a suitable safety circuit according
to EN 50191.
There are 3 different wiring possibilities at disposal to test
standardizedly with test pistols, test cage or within a transfer
line.
PIN
4.3.10.1
Designation
Explanation
1
PIN
Description see below
2
PIN
Description see below
3
PIN
Description see below
4
PIN
Description see below
5
PIN
Description see below
6
PIN
Description see below
7
PIN
Description see below
8
PIN
Description see below
Plug sight
Executing "Testing with Test Pistols":
For manual operating of the test system the safety circuit
must be equipped with 2 studs. The safety circuit is locked
by hand via the “LOCK” button at the front panel of the
device.
4.3.10.2
Executing "Testing with Test Cage or two-hand Operating"
In applications with test cage or two-hand operating, where
the test object e.g. is changed by hand. The safety cage
must be opened between the test to be able to lock the
safety circuit again.
4.3.10.3
Executing "Testing in an Automation Solution":
In applications in fully automatic test systems, in which the
testing facility is fully encapsulated and the protection is only
opened in case of service.
The safety circuit locks automatically after the start-up of the
test system when the protection is closed.
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4.3.11
WK400, Warning Light-Connection: Connection Jack, four-pole Female
Socket:
For the connection of a warning lamp combination with each
a red and a green allround light according to EN 50191.
Plug sight
PIN
Designation
Explanation
1
RS
Red lamp on:
Status „Ready for start-up“: Device is turned on, the
safety circuit is locked, high voltage can be turned on.
2
IOP
Red lamp on:
Status „In Operation“: Device is turned on, the safety
circuit is locked, high voltage test is in process.
3
RO
Green lamp on:
Status „Ready for operation“: Device is turned on, the
safety circuit is open.
4
GND
Common ground
With IO-CPU Version 33244 and newer the red lamp can be configured to blink
during an active test. This setting can be done on factory site or with
ETL DataView 3 Version 3.5.20.127 or newer.
4.3.12
Earthing:
Redundant earthing (PE)
It is important to connect the earthing at the rear side
with a cable of at least 4 mm² cross section to a
separate grounding point. If this is not the case it
could be that during high voltage breakdown the
potential may rise. This could cause damage to the
logic and PC components! (Loss of guaranty)
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Information for safe Operation
5
Information for safe Operation
5.1
General Safety Information
DANGER
Depending on the type, the test system can supply high potentials with high
efficiency. The safety measures demanded in VDE 0104 (En 50 191) are to observe.
 The proper status of the main cable and the test object connection cables is to
observe via visual every day before starting the testing work.
 Damaged parts must be replaced or put out of operation.
 No start-up when there are obvious defects!
 Only workshops who have been authorised be ETL are allowed to open the device
and overhaul it! There are no parts in the interior of the device that can be
replaced by the operator.
 The ATS 400 is a device of protection class I.
 The protective earth conductor connection of the used main cable and the power
socket must be proper. Every interruption of the protective earth conductor can
lead to the fact that the device might become dangerous. Therefore an interruption
of the protective earth conductor is illegal.
5.2
Special Safety Information for High Voltage Testing and other
dangerous Kinds of Testing
5.2.1
Testing with High Voltage Test Pistols
5.2.1.1
Fusing the Work Place
When using two high voltage test pistols, the test station must be organised
according to EN 50191 (DIN VDE 0104) (Electric Test Stations), paragraph for
„Test Stations without obligatory protection against contact“:
5.2.1.2
Protecting Outsiders
DANGER
Outsiders must be protected from accidently touching the test object (and so from
touching the high voltage) by:
Cordoning off the test area
Warning signs WS1 and ZS 1 “High voltage, danger of life”
 Warning lamps, red-green combination
 Disctances to the high voltage according to EN 50191
 Instructions
5.2.1.3
Protecting the Test Person
The test person is protected by:
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DANGER
The test person must be protected from accidently touching the test object (and so
from touching the high voltage) by:
 Using to test pistols, one in each hand.
(It is not allowed to use only one test pistol or to carry both test pistols in one
hand.)
 Potential-free high voltage (principle isolating transformer), therefore install the
test object isolated against the earth potential, otherwise this protection is
ineffective!
 Emergency shutdown, installed outside of the cordon
 Executing the test devices and the supplies
 Instructions
5.2.2
Testing with a Safety Test Cage
5.2.2.1
Fusing the Work Place
When a safety test cage (e.g. SICAB or DOCAB) is used, the test station is called a
„Test station with obligatory protection against contact“
The test set-up simplifies substantially. Please regard the EN 50191 here as well.
DANGER
In test stations with obligatory protection against contact (test cage) a dummy resp.
jumper connector must not be used because it jumps the safety circuit impermissibly!
Therefore the correct setting of the safety circuit should be checked before the start of
a test:
 Warning lamp green:  safety cage open
 Warning lamp red:  safety cage closed
 Install control lines and test cords so that damages and earth fault can be
excluded!
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6
First Steps, Commissioning


Install the test system at a suitable and permissible place.

If necessary assign the safety circuit (SHK) resp. plug in the safety circuit plug of
the supplies (e.g. test cage).

Plug the warning lamp in the plug-in connector „WK400“ on the back side of the
test system.

If necessary plug in operation components such as keyboard, barcode reader or
mouse (possible depending on the equipment type).

If necessary establish the connection to the network. Establish the connection to
the Ethernet with a fitting patch plug. In case of an X6 or X8 equipment type the
test system can be involved in the network (XP-Professional).

Install the connections on the power side. Either plug in the round high voltage
plugs like denoted or establish all connections with one plug-in mount if you have
a test system with system connector. Secure the HV-plugs with the dedicated
fittings resp. the system connector with the locking lever!



If necessary plug in the test probe for the protective earth conductor test.
Plug in the main cable (contained in the scope of delivery) on the back side oft he
device and regard the power supply: 230 V, 50 - 60 Hz.
If necessary connect operation panels or PLC controls with the ETL-Interface.
If necessary establish the connection to a superordinate control, e.g. via the
RS232-Interface for the connection of a PC application.
DANGER
Estimation of the test place and training of the personnel:
Have all guidelines of the standards, especially those of the EN 50191, been kept resp.
implemented?
 Have you realised the necessary instructions of the test persons, e.g. electrically
instructed person, necessary for electrotechnical laypersons?

Turn on the test system.
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7
Operation
For operating the ATS 400 you have the following posibilities:

Operating using ETL DataView. In the types X4, X5, X6 and X8 ETL DataView 3
is installed on the integrated computer and starts automatically when powering on
the device. With the type X2 ETL DataView 3 is optional accompanied on a
medium. Using ETL DataView 3 is described in a seperate document. You can
download all current docments from ftp://ETLFTP:[email protected]/Manuals/DataView_3_en.zip.

Operating using your own application on Windows XP, Windows Vista resp.
Windows 7. For controlling the device is a interface-DLL available. The
documentation of the interface-DLL is in a separate document. In this case
ETL DataView can not be used and must be removed from the auto start. You
can download all current documents from ftp://ETLFTP:[email protected]/Manuals/ETLKWP_DLL_en.zip.

Operating using your own application created in LabVIEW for Windows XP,
Windows Vista, Windows 7, LabVIEW RT, Linux und MacOS. For cotrolling the
device is a LLB created in LabVIEW 7.1.1 available. The VIs have password
protected block diagrams to allow conversion to newer versions of LabVIEW and
to other platforms. The documentation of the LLB is in a seperate document. In
this case ETL DataView can not be used and must be removed from the auto
start. You can download all current documents from ftp://ETLFTP:[email protected]/Manuals/ETLKWP_LabVIEW_en.zip.

Operating using the serial interface and the ASCII-protocoll. The documantation of
the ASCII-protocoll LLB is in a seperate document. In this case ETL DataView
can not be used and must be removed from the auto start. You can download all
current documents from ftp://ETLFTP:[email protected]/Manuals/ASCII_Protokoll_en.zip.
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8
Settings of the ETL Interface
The settings can be on factory or using ETL DataView 3. In ETL DataView 3 you
find the dialog from the main menu under Settings -> I/O-Interface. Grayed out
elements are for information only and are related to the equipment of the device.
The settings for an external control and the tones can be configured independently
for the pass and failed case.
Closing the dialog with the button Back will save the settings. Closing the dialog with
the button Menu the settings will not be saved. The settings are stored in the
ATS400.
The time diagrams for the different settings are valid using ETL DataView 3. Using
your own application by controlling with the DLL or LabVIEW the the function
ETLKWPTestResult must be used to generate the signal Ready for Operation. By
controlling with the ASCII-protocoll the whole commanding is done using the
interface.
In the case a test plan consists of several test steps the signals In Operation and
Ready for Operation will change there state for each test step.
It is only the start signal as start condition displayed. This must be used in the test
plan as start condition. Other signals can be used by ETL DataView. For the
following diagrams these signals are considered as set. Using the setting Safety
circuit then security curcuit must be used as start condition instead of start signal.
8.1
Standard setting
This setting is factory default. There will be not output on the ETL interface and no
tones.
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8.2
Enabled
Using this setting the output will be active until the next devcie under test will
tested. With this setting each test step can be started with the start signal.
Symbol
T1
Name
Limits
Annotation
Testtime
> 200 ms
Time from start of one test until the
start oft he next test.
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Symbol
T2
8.3
Name
Limits
Annotation
Response time
> 18 ms
Necessary minimum time to recognize a
change in the start signal.
Button Start
Using this setting the output will be active as long as the start signal is active. Using
this setting only the whole test plan can be started with the start signal.
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Symbol
Name
Limits
Annotation
T1
Testtime
> 200 ms
Time from start of one test until the
start oft he next test.
T2
Response time
> 18 ms
Necessary minimum time to recognize a
change in the start signal.
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8.4
Time
Using this setting the output will be active according tot he time given in Timer:. The
time can be set in steps of 10 ms. As maximum time 10 seconds is possible.
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Symbol
Name
Limits
Annotation
T1
Testtime
> 200 ms
Time from start of one test until the
start oft he next test.
T2
Response time
> 18 ms
Necessary minimum time to recognize a
change in the start signal.
T3
Result time
10 ms – 10 s
Time the result will be available.
Calulate the time according tot he
formula: T3 = TZyklus + 18 ms, where
TZyklus is the cycle time of the polling.
Round up the value tot he next multiple
of 10 ms.
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8.5
Safety circuit
Using this setting the output will be active as long as the safety circuit is active.
Using this setting only the whole test plan can be started with the safety circuit.
Symbol
Name
Limits
Annotation
T1
Testtime
> 200 ms
Time from start of one test until the
start oft he next test.
T2
Response time
> 18 ms
Necessary minimum time to recognize a
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Symbol
8.6
Name
Limits
Annotation
change in the start signal.
Using the Buzzer
The built in buzzer will be used if the checkbox Beep I.O. resp. Beep N.I.O. is
active. The duration of the tone depends on the time given in the field BeepTime.
The buzzer will also be activated when powering on the system if the checkbox for
Beep I.O. is active.
8.7
Disable SC, Con
In the case this checkbox is inactive the signals Security circuit closed and
Contacting closed are routed to the ETL Interface.
Is this checkbox active this signals can be used to control an external equipment. In
ETL DataView 3 this will be configured in the test steps on the property page
Matrix, using your own application this controlled by the parameter Contacting.
8.8
KeepPolarity
Is this checkbox inactive an optional relais matrix will be switched to the default
position at the end of a test plan.
Is this checkbox active the position of an optional relais matrix will be kept active
after the end of a test plan.
8.9
Warn lamp flashing
Has the device IO-CPU firmware 33244 or newerand safety circuit firmware 2 or
newer this checkbox will be displayed.
Is this checkbox active the red warning lamp will be flashing during an active test.
8.10
Adaptive HV timing
Has the device IO-CPU firmware 33284 or newer this checkbox will be displyed.
Is this checkbox active the start of the test will be modified during a high voltage
test with AC current.
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Normally during the start of the test an intermediate measurement will be done to
set the test voltage in respect to the load.
Is the checkbox active it will be recognized that the load between units under test
will not change. After 5 units under test with the same load have been measured the
intermediate measurement will be omitted.
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The intermediate measurement gets active again if one of the following cases occurs:
- The nominal voltage has changed.
- The load of the units under test has changed.
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Technical support
9
Technical support
In the case you have questions about the operation of the device contact via email
[email protected] Your request should provide the information as in theexample
below if possible. The serial number is located on a label on the rear side of the device. You
can find the version numbers in ETL DataView 3 under Information -> Software. Using your
own application you can get them with the appropriate functions.
Dear Supportteam,
I have a question regarding/a problem with the following device:
Order number:
Serial number:
Version ETL Dataview:
Version IO-CPU:
Version LT-CPU:
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Technical Data
10.1
General Technical Data
General
Interfaces
Connections
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Power connection:
230 V, 50 Hz / 60 Hz
Power consumption:
Max. 10 A, depending on the type up to
16 A
Display:
Type X2:
without Display
Type X4:
TFT-Display with Touch
5,7 inches, 640 x 480
Type X5:
TFT-Display with Touch
10,4 inches, 800 x 600
Type X6:
without Display, with VGAconnection
Type X5:
TFT-Display with Touch
10,4 inches, 800 x 600
Setting the test parameters:
Manually or fully automatically via
interface
Programming:
Via display or external control
Error signal:
Acoustically, optically or via interface
Dimensions (W x H x D):
410 x 210 x 435 mm
Weight:
From ca. 18 – 35 kg
Casing:
Metal, light grey
Temperature range:
5 - 45 °C
Basic equipment:
Instruction manual, main cable, safety
circuit plug
Calibration:
Factory calibration certificate inclusive
ETL Interface, digital:
Start, stop, result good / error and test
in process, etc.
Optional:
USER Interface, digital:
Freely configurable IOs
Optional:
ADF Interface:
Analogue IOs and frequency inputs
Remote control interface RS232:
For the connection to the PC and for
direct connection to a terminal
programme or a log printer
CAN:
For the expansion of the test system,
for additional features und further
expansion stages
High voltage outputs:
The contacting of the test object is
executed via 2 potential-free high
voltage outputs, each double-pole with
connection jack for an HVP06C plug.
PE Test probe:
Connection for contacting the test
objects via a test probe with start push
button and result-LEDs.
Safety circuit:
For the implementation of the suitable
safety circuit according to EN 50191
Warning light connection:
For the connection of a warning light
combination according to EN 50191
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Starting the Test
Start and stop signal by a test
pistol:
Via a special automatic choke and 4pole technology
Start button on the device:
Starting the test with a button at the
front of the device
Start and stop signal via interface: Starting the test via PLC or PC-interface
Setup
Test time
10.2
Start button via an external
switch:
Starting the test via digital IO, e.g. via
foot switch
Keyboard lock:
Individually configurable
Output options:
Individual configuration of the result
outputs
Buzzer options:
Individual configuration of the acoustic
signals
Start options:
Individual setting of the start mode
Special functions:
Setting the automatic choke, the series
fault and contacting control
Language and mode selection for
an external printer:
English, German, Swedish, Italian,
Spanish, Dutch / mode: printout at I.O.,
not N.I.O. or all the times
Ramp options:
Ramp time and kind of the ramp
decrease
Test time:
Test time scaling
Setting range:
0,5 – 6 000 s
Resolution:
0,01 s
HV-Modules, technical Data
Special function
Ramp function:
The voltage is run up ramp-wise to the
selected test voltage, only then the test
time begins, freely programmable
Contacting control:
Control of the contact making to the
test object at a proper contacting device
(4-pole)
Series fault control:
Controlling the test leads for series fault
Minimum current control:
Controlling a preset minimum current
during the test
Automatic choke:
The ETL test pistol HTP06C recognises
Start and stop signal via test pistol the correct contacting to the test object
(patent) via a special hardware
construction.
Zero voltage switch:
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The device is only turned on or off
during the zero voltage continuity of the
test voltage.
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Technical Data
10.2.1
HV-Module HVA5-100, Art.-Nr.: 201718
and HV-Module HVK5070, Art.-Nr.: 201819
Test voltage
Output voltage:
0,01 – 5,00 kV AC
Resolution, Digit:
10 V
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 2 Digits
Frequency of the voltage:
50 Hz / 60 Hz
Curve shape:
Sinus, produced electronically
Voltage stability:
Output voltage regulated electronically,
PI-regulator
Output current:
0,1 – 100,0 mA
Resolution, Digit:
0,1 mA
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Short circuit current:
> 200 mA
Output power
Transformer power:
> 500 VA
General
Safety:
According to En 50191, potential-free
Test current
10.2.2
HV-Module HVA2,5-100, Art.-Nr.: 201762
Test voltage
Output voltage:
0,01 – 2,50 kV AC
Resolution, Digit:
10 V
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 2 Digits
Frequency of the voltage:
50 Hz / 60 Hz
Curve shape:
Sinus, produced electronically
Voltage stability:
Output voltage regulated electronically,
PI-regulator
Output current:
0,1 – 100,0 mA
Resolution, Digit:
0,1 mA
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Short circuit current:
> 200 mA
Output power
Transformer power:
> 500 VA
General
Safety:
According to EN 50191, potential-free
Test current
10.2.3
HV-Module HVA1,5-100, Art.-Nr.: 201780
Test voltage
Test current
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Output voltage:
0,01 – 1,50 kV AC
Resolution, Digit:
10 V
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 2 Digits
Frequency of the voltage:
50 Hz / 60 Hz
Curve shape:
Sinus, produced electronically
Voltage stability:
Output voltage regulated electronically,
PI-regulator
Output current:
0,1 – 100,0 mA
Resolution, Digit:
0,1 mA
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Short circuit current:
> 200 mA
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Output power
Transformer power:
> 500 VA
General
Safety:
According to EN 50191, potential-free
10.2.4
HV-Module HVD3-CL, Art.-Nr.: 201598 and
HV-Module HVK5030, Art.-Nr.: 201790 and
HV-Module HVK2530, Art.-Nr.: 203048
Test voltage
Test current at
HV DC
Resistance
10.2.5
Output voltage:
50 – 3 000 V DC
Resolution, Digit:
1V
Measuring Uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 5 Digits
Direct current voltage:
Produced electronically
Voltage carrying:
Active charge resp. discharge
Voltage stability:
Output voltage regulated electronically,
PI-regulator
Output current:
0,01 – 2,00 mA
Resolution, Digit:
0,01 mA
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Output current:
Current-limited according to EN 50191,
< 12 mA, single-point bonded
Testing range 1:
0,50 – 1,99 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
0,01 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Testing range 2:
2,0 – 99,0 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
0,1 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
2 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Testing range 3:
100 – 400 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
1 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
4 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
HV-Module HVD3,6-CL, Art.-Nr.: 203566 and
HV-Module HVK5036, Art.-Nr.: 204902
Test voltage
Test current
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Output voltage:
50 – 3 600 V DC
Resolution, Digit:
1V
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 5 Digits
Direct current voltage:
Produced electronically
Voltage carrying:
Active charge resp. discharge
Voltage stability:
Output voltage regulated electronically,
PI-regulator
Output current:
0,01 – 2,00 mA
Resolution:
0,01 mA
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Output current:
Current-limited according to EN 50191,
< 12 mA, single-point bonded
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10.2.6
HV-Module HVK5070, Art.-Nr.: 201819
Test voltage
Test current
10.3
Resolution, Digit:
10 V
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 2 Digits
Direct current voltage:
Rectified AC-voltage
Voltage carrying:
Active charge resp. passive discharge
Voltage stability:
Output voltage regulated electronically,
PI-regulator
Output current:
0,1 – 70,0 mA
Resolution:
0,1 mA
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
4-conductor measurement:
Test with a separated current and
measuring path
Start button in the test probe:
Definite start-up of the current source
Result display:
Test result additionally in the handle
piece of the test probe
Control of the test current:
Control of the standardized minimum
current
Minimum current control:
Control of a preset minimum current
during the test
PE-Module AC10, Art.-Nr.: 201720
Resistance
Test voltage
Test current
10.3.2
0,01 – 7,00 kV DC
PE-Modules, technical Data
Special functions
10.3.1
Output voltage:
Testing range:
1 – 500 mΩ
Resolution, Digit:
1 mΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Output voltage:
No-load voltage < 12 V AC
Alternating current voltage:
Produced electronically
Output current:
2,0 – 10,0 A AC, infinitely variable
Resolution:
0,1 A
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
PE-Module AC25, Art.-Nr.: 201600
Resistance
Test voltage
Test current
Instruction Manual ATS 400
Testing range:
1 – 500 mΩ
Resolution, Digit:
1 mΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Output voltage:
No-load voltage < 12 V AC
Alternating current voltage:
Produced electronically
Output current:
2,0 – 25,0 A AC, infinitely variable
Resolution:
0,1 A
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
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Technical Data
10.3.3
PE-Module AC32,
Resistance
Test voltage
Test current
10.3.4
Test voltage
Test current
1 – 500 mΩ
Resolution, Digit:
1 mΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Output voltage:
No-load voltage < 12 V AC
Alternating current voltage:
Produced electronically
Output current:
2,0 – 32,0 A AC, infinitely variable
Resolution:
0,1 A
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Testing range:
1 – 500 mΩ
- limiting value of the resistance is
adjustable
30 A – range: 1 - 500 mΩ
40 A - range: 1 - 300 mΩ
Resolution, Digit:
1 mΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Output voltage:
No-load voltage < 12 V AC
Alternating current voltage:
Produced electronically
Output current:
2,0 – 40,0 A AC, infinitely variable
Resolution:
0,1 A
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
ISO-Modules, technical Data
Special functions
10.4.1
Testing range:
PE-Module AC40, Art.-Nr.: 204633
Resistance
10.4
Art.-Nr.: 202708
Ramp function:
The voltage is run up ramp-wise to the
selected test voltage, only then the test
time begins, freely programmable.
ISO-Module DC5-CL, Art.-Nr.: 201599
Resistance
Test voltage
Instruction Manual ATS 400
Testing range 1:
0,50 – 1,99 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
0,01 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Testing range 2:
2,0 – 99,0 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
0,1 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
2 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Testing range 3:
100 – 400 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
1 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
4 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Output voltage:
50 – 3 000 V DC
Resolution, Digit:
1V
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 5 Digits
Direct current voltage:
Produced electronically
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Technical Data
Test current
10.4.2
Active charge resp. discharge
Voltage stability:
Output voltage regulated electronically,
PI-regulator
Output current:
Current-limited according to EN 50191,
< 12 mA
ISO-Module DC10-CL, Art.-Nr.: 201776
Resistance
Test voltage
Test current
10.4.3
Voltage carrying:
Testing range 1:
0,50 – 1,99 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
0,01 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Testing range 2:
2,0 – 99,0 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
0,1 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
2 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Testing range 3:
100 – 400 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
1 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
4 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Output voltage:
50 – 1 000 V DC
Resolution, Digit:
1V
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 5 Digits
Direct current voltage:
Produced electronically
Voltage carrying:
Active charge resp. discharge
Voltage stability:
Output voltage regulated electronically,
PI-regulator
Output current:
Current-limited according to EN 50191,
< 12 mA
ISO-Module DC30-CL, Art.-Nr.: 202709
Resistance
Test voltage
Test current
Instruction Manual ATS 400
Testing range 1:
0,50 – 1,99 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
0,01 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Testing range 2:
2,0 – 99,0 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
0,1 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
2 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Testing range 3:
100 – 400 MΩ
Resolution, Digit:
1 MΩ
Measuring uncertainty:
4 % of the measured value +/- 3 Digits
Output voltage:
50 – 3 000 V DC
Resolution, Digit:
1V
Measuring uncertainty:
1 % of the measured value +/- 5 Digits
Direct current voltage:
Produced electronically
Voltage carrying:
Active charge resp. discharge
Voltage stability:
Output voltage regulated electronically,
PI-regulator
Output current:
Current-limited according to EN 50191,
< 12 mA
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Technical Data
10.5
Function Test-Modules, technical Data
Special functions
10.5.1
Test fequency
FCT Module
Source
Output voltage:
depending from mains voltage
Resolution, Digit:
1V
Number of phases:
one-phase
Maximum range
0-400 V AC
Remark
short circuit test beween L and N before
switching the mains voltage to DUT
Resolution, Digit:
0.1 Hz
Maximum range
45.0 – 65.0 Hz
FCTQ-Module Q1ACMEX-270AC-500VA, potentialfree, Art.-Nr.: 201807
Test voltage
Test fequency
10.5.3
Fully electronically with current limiting
FCTQ-Modul Q1ACMF-230AC-10A, Art.-Nr.: 201791
Test voltage
10.5.2
Short-circuit test:
FCT Module
Source
Output voltage:
0 – 270 V A, electronical source
Resolution, Digit:
1V
Number of phases:
one-phase
Maximum range
0-400 V AC
Remark
no short circuit test neccassary,
electronic source is current limited
Resolution, Digit:
0.1 Hz
Maximum range
45.0 – 65.0 Hz
FCT-Module Measuring Module M10A, Art.-Nr.: 201666
Test voltage
Test current
Instruction Manual ATS 400
FCT Module
Measurement module
Measured voltage range:
0-532 V AC
Displayed resolution, Digit:
1V
Internal resolution:
0,13 V AC
Measuring accuracy:
1 % of the measured value +/- 2 Digits
Number of phases:
one-phase
Measured current range:
0.01 – 21,73 A AC
Dispalyed resolution, Digit:
0,01 A
Internal resolution:
0,0053 A
Measuring accuracy:
1% of the measured value +/- 6 Digits
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Manufacturer’s Declaration / EU-Declaration of Conformity
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Manufacturer’s Declaration / EU-Declaration of Conformity
Test system ATS 400 (Series 400)
Manufacturer:
ETL Prüftechnik GmbH
Lembergstraße 23
70825 Korntal-Münchingen
The designated product corresponds with the
regulations of the following European
guidelines:
Low-voltage directive
EMC guideline
Applied harmonised standards:
EN/IEC 61010-1
EN 61326-1
EN 61000-3-3
EN 61000-3-2
EN 50191
Issuer:
ETL Prüftechnik GmbH
Location, Date:
Korntal, 20.04.2010
Legally binding signature:
---------------------------------------------Mathias Braunmiller
Chief Executive
This declaration certificates the correspondence
with the named guidelines, but it does not
contain a warranty of qualities.
The safety notations of the provided product
information must be regarded.
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Warranty
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Warranty
The warranty lasts 24 months from the date of delivery.
Within the period of warranty parts that verifiably have become unusable because of bad
material or faulty fabrication are gratuitously overhauled or replaced with free transmittal to us
or to a service center named by us.
Avoid self-intervention that might delete your entitlement.
Of course the service center and the manufacturer are at your disposal after the period of
warranty as well, so that you are always equipped with faultless test devices.
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Personal Notes
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Personal Notes
Instruction Manual ATS 400
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Lembergstraße 23
70825 Korntal
Telefon:
Telefax:
Internet:
E-Mail:
Instruction Manual ATS 400
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+49 711 83 99 39-0
+49 711 83 99 39-9
www.etl-prueftechnik.de
[email protected]
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