X5, X6 - Application TruckLine

X5, X6 - Application TruckLine
X5, X6 - Application
TruckLine
Operating Manual
Operating manual
9499 050 61102
for PR 5610/10
Release 3.14
for PR 5710/10
Release 3.14
Edition 2
24.01.2008
Sartorius Mechatronics T&H GmbH, Meiendorfer Str. 205, D 22145 Hamburg, Germany
Tel: +49.40.67960.303 Fax: +49.40.67960.383
Please note
Any information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Sartorius. This product should be operated only by trained and qualified personnel. In correspondence concerning this product the type, name and release number as well as all
license numbers in relation to the product have to be quoted.
Important
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be bound by the terms stated herein.
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TRUCK Operating Manual
List of Contents
LIST OF CONTENTS
1 GENERAL .............................................................................................................................. 7
1.1
APPLICATION DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................. 7
1.2
SYSTEM STRUCTURE .............................................................................................................................................. 8
1.3
HARDWARE ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.4
FIRMWARE ............................................................................................................................................................ 9
1.4.1
SW licences .......................................................................................................................................................9
1.5
WEIGHING POINTS ................................................................................................................................................ 9
1.6
MEMORY REQUIREMENT ...................................................................................................................................... 9
1.6.1
Database ............................................................................................................................................................9
1.6.1.1 Memory calculation............................................................................................................................... 10
1.6.2
Statistics ......................................................................................................................................................... 10
1.7
ALIBI MEMORY....................................................................................................................................................11
1.7.1
Configuration of the alibi memory ....................................................................................................... 11
1.7.2
Data in the alibi memory .......................................................................................................................... 11
1.7.3
Size of the alibi memory ........................................................................................................................... 11
1.7.4
Use of the alibi memory............................................................................................................................ 11
1.7.5
Printing the alibi memory contents ...................................................................................................... 12
1.7.6
Time behaviour of the alibi memory..................................................................................................... 12
1.8
OPERATION .........................................................................................................................................................12
1.9
PRINTER INTERFACES ..........................................................................................................................................13
1.10
REMOTE DISPLAY ................................................................................................................................................13
1.11
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS ...........................................................................................................................................13
1.12
NETWORK OPTIONS.............................................................................................................................................13
1.13
SCOPE OF DELIVERY ............................................................................................................................................14
1.14
ADDITIONAL OPTION CARDS ...............................................................................................................................14
2 OPERATING INTERFACE..................................................................................................15
2.1
DISPLAY ..............................................................................................................................................................15
2.2
KEYPAD ...............................................................................................................................................................16
2.3
OPERATING CONCEPT .........................................................................................................................................17
2.3.1
Entering alphanumeric data .................................................................................................................... 17
2.3.2
Operation via softkeys ............................................................................................................................... 18
2.3.3
Selection via scroll buttons...................................................................................................................... 18
2.4
INPUT VIA EXTERNAL PC-KEYBOARD .................................................................................................................19
3 TRUCK CONTROLLER SWITCHING-ON........................................................................20
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3.1
SWITCHING-ON A NEW INSTRUMENT ................................................................................................................ 20
3.2
SWITCHING-ON AFTER POWER FAILURE ............................................................................................................ 21
3.3
SWITCHING-ON WITH STOP KEY PRESSED ......................................................................................................... 21
4 SETUP.................................................................................................................................. 22
4.1
CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................................................ 23
4.1.1
Digital input configuration...................................................................................................................... 25
4.1.2
Digital output configuration................................................................................................................... 26
4.1.3
PR1713/08 BCD card configuration...................................................................................................... 27
4.1.3.1 PR1713/08 as a digital I/O card ........................................................................................................ 27
4.1.3.2 PR1713/08 as a BCB output for weight value ............................................................................. 28
4.1.4
Output configuration of analog card................................................................................................... 29
4.1.5
Limit valus...................................................................................................................................................... 30
4.1.6
Parameter....................................................................................................................................................... 31
4.1.6.1 Ticket-Layout........................................................................................................................................... 31
4.1.6.2 Parameter Data....................................................................................................................................... 32
4.1.7
Simulation...................................................................................................................................................... 34
4.1.8
User data ........................................................................................................................................................ 35
4.1.9
Print-out of the configuration parameters........................................................................................ 37
4.2
ALIBI MEMORY ................................................................................................................................................... 37
5 WEIGHING APPLICATIONS ............................................................................................ 38
5.1
FUNCTION DESCRIPTION..................................................................................................................................... 38
5.2
STARTING AND FINISHING THE APPLICATION..................................................................................................... 39
5.3
GENERAL PROCEDURE OF WEIGHING SEQUENCES............................................................................................. 40
5.3.1
Selection menu Weighing / Charging .................................................................................................. 40
5.3.2
Finishing a weighing sequence............................................................................................................... 40
5.3.3
Truck selection.............................................................................................................................................. 41
5.3.4
Data entry sequence................................................................................................................................... 42
5.4
FIRST WEIGHING................................................................................................................................................. 44
5.5
SECOND WEIGHING ............................................................................................................................................ 45
5.6
TARE WEIGHING ................................................................................................................................................. 46
5.7
FIXTARE WEIGHING ............................................................................................................................................ 47
5.8
MANUAL ENTRY OF FIXTARE VALUES ................................................................................................................. 48
5.9
SINGLE WEIGHING .............................................................................................................................................. 48
5.10
ERROR MESSAGES IN A WEIGHING SEQUENCE .................................................................................................. 48
6 CHARGING ........................................................................................................................ 49
6.1
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................................ 49
6.2
CHARGING MODES ............................................................................................................................................. 49
6.2.1
Charging mode automatic ....................................................................................................................... 50
6.2.1.1 Sequence and visualization charging automatic ........................................................................ 52
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6.2.2
Charging mode manual ............................................................................................................................. 53
6.2.2.1 Sequence and visualization charging manual.............................................................................. 53
6.2.3
Charging mode register............................................................................................................................. 54
6.2.4
Volumetric charging ................................................................................................................................... 54
6.2.5
Setpoint limitation...................................................................................................................................... 54
7 DATABASE..........................................................................................................................55
7.1
DATABASE MAINTANACE ....................................................................................................................................55
7.1.1
Truck list.......................................................................................................................................................... 55
7.1.2
Product list..................................................................................................................................................... 58
7.1.3
Address list..................................................................................................................................................... 61
7.1.4
Onsite list........................................................................................................................................................ 63
7.1.5
Sequence number memory....................................................................................................................... 65
7.1.6
Report database ........................................................................................................................................... 65
7.2
STATISTICS...........................................................................................................................................................66
7.3
ALIBI MEMORY....................................................................................................................................................67
7.4
CHANGE PIN CODE ............................................................................................................................................69
7.4.1
CALCULATION OF A SUBSTITUTE PIN................................................................................................................ 70
8 TABLES ................................................................................................................................71
8.1
USER DATA..........................................................................................................................................................71
8.2
ONSITE DATA.......................................................................................................................................................71
8.3
TRUCK DATA........................................................................................................................................................71
8.4
ADDRESS DATA ...................................................................................................................................................72
8.5
REPORT ...............................................................................................................................................................72
8.6
STATISTICS DATA .................................................................................................................................................73
8.7
PRODUCT DATA ...................................................................................................................................................73
9 PRINT-OUTS ......................................................................................................................74
9.1
ALIBI MEMORY PRINT-OUT .................................................................................................................................74
9.2
PREDEFINED TICKETS...........................................................................................................................................75
9.2.1
Ticket First weighing 'T1'........................................................................................................................... 75
9.2.2
Ticket Second weighing 'T2'..................................................................................................................... 76
9.2.3
Ticket Charging 'TD' .................................................................................................................................... 76
9.2.4
Ticket Tare weighing 'TT' ........................................................................................................................... 77
9.2.5
Ticket Fixtare weighing 'TF' ...................................................................................................................... 77
9.2.6
Ticket Single weighing 'TS' ....................................................................................................................... 77
9.2.7
Print-out Log ................................................................................................................................................ 78
9.3
REPORTS..............................................................................................................................................................79
9.3.1
Truck / product report................................................................................................................................ 79
9.3.2
<Address> / product report ..................................................................................................................... 79
9.3.3
Product / <Address> report ..................................................................................................................... 79
9.4
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9.5
DATABASE PRINT-OUTS ..................................................................................................................................... 81
9.5.1
User list print-out........................................................................................................................................ 81
9.5.2
Onsite list print-out.................................................................................................................................... 81
9.5.3
Truck list print-out...................................................................................................................................... 82
9.5.4
Product list print-out................................................................................................................................. 82
9.5.5
Address list print-out ................................................................................................................................. 82
9.6
NICELABELEXPRESS ........................................................................................................................................... 83
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TRANSLATEIT ................................................................................................................. 84
11
PLC PROGRAMS............................................................................................................ 85
12
PROCESS INTERFACES ................................................................................................ 86
12.1
DIGITAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS .......................................................................................................................... 86
13
ACCESSIT ........................................................................................................................ 88
14
FIELDBUS........................................................................................................................ 89
14.1
CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................................................ 89
14.2
APPLICATION PROTOCOL .................................................................................................................................... 89
14.2.1 Write window ............................................................................................................................................... 89
14.2.2 Read window ................................................................................................................................................ 90
14.3
DATA FORMATS .................................................................................................................................................. 90
14.4
WRITE DATA ....................................................................................................................................................... 91
14.5
READ DATA ......................................................................................................................................................... 92
15
ANALOG TEST................................................................................................................ 93
16
ERROR MESSAGES ....................................................................................................... 94
16.1
17
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ERROR MESSAGES ON THE WEIGHT DISPLAY ..................................................................................................... 94
INDEX .............................................................................................................................. 95
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1 GENERAL
1.1 Application description
A truckscale is used to determine the parameters of 'how much' (weight) 'of what' (product/material) is
transported 'when' (date and time), 'on which truck' (ident) by whom to whom in a goods transaction:
these parameters are the basis for administration processes such as invoicing, payment, statistics, etc.
These weighing transactions must meet the regulations (weights & measures, trade legislation) of the
user country.
Dependent of application, various methods of determination of the material or product weight are
used:
• weight determination by means of first and second weighing operation as well as calculation
of the difference as a transaction weight (net).
• weight determination by weighing the loaded truck using the truck fixtare weight. The difference, i.e. the transaction weight (net), is calculated automatically.
• determination of the truck tare weight.
• weight determination of a loaded truck as individual weighing operation.
If the charging function has been activated at [Setup]-[Config]-[Parameter] and the license
PR 1713/32 has been entered, the following charging modes are activated:
• Charging of a truck with coarse / fine control and overshoot correction
• Manual charging or discharging with setpoint definition
• Registration (Charging or discharging without setpoint definition)
The procedures include a number of data input, output and control functions:
• control of truck scale entry and exit with traffic lights and barriers (PLC program)
• indication of weight data for the driver on a large figure display (serial interfaces)
• print-out of a weight ticket with the weighing process data for the driver. The weight ticket
must be kept by the driver during the tour and presented to the official authorities on request
(serial interfaces)
• acquisition and power failure safe storage of data weight, order number, products, trucks, customers, hauler and delivery addresses with date and time in a database
The typical scale at the gate of a plant determines the supply or removal of products by means of entrance or exit weighing as well as calculation of the difference and print-out of a ticket in compliance
with the weights & measures legislation. Further functions such as specification of order number, product, customer and hauler data as well as delivery address can be realized optionally. All weight data
are stored in the alibi memory and in a database.
A special gate scale version typically determines product supplies by means of single truck weighing
operation with a fixtare weight per truck. This form of application is used e.g. as an alternative with
waste incineration plants. Hereby, print-out of a ticket in compliance with the weights & measures
legislation is also required. The fixtare values are measured by special weighing operation per truck,
and stored. All weight data are stored in the alibi memory and in a database.
Moreover, single weighing operations are possible, as encountered e.g. with truck checking by the police authorities. In these applications, no other functions in addition to the output of a weights &
measures ticket are normally required, and no data are saved.
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1.2 System structure
The technical solution of a Sartorius truck weighing system comprises the following components:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
PR 5610/10 TRUCK Controller or PR 5710/10 TRUCK Controller,
built-in serial interface RS 232 for data communication,
built-instandard memory extension PR 1713/05,
digital inputs/outputs for process control by built-in interface card PR 1713/15 on slot 1,
connection of a printer for weight tickets via built-in serial interface RS 232 of card PR 1713/04
on slot 2,
optional connection of a large figure display for weight data via serial interface RS 485 of card
PR 1713/04,
optional connection of further printers or of a superordinate data processing system via optional
serial interface RS 232 or RS 485,
connection of an optional PC keyboard using a 5-pole DIN connector, e.g. Cherry make, type Business Line G83-6300,
max. 8 load cells (also a higher number of PR 6221 series load cells in exceptional cases),
load cell mounting plates,
cable junction box for mounting at or in the truck weighbridge,
truck scale in steel-concrete or steel construction for installation above ground, or pit installation.
This part of the overall system is not comprised in the Sartorius scope of delivery.
1.3 Hardware
For these applications, the following standard and optional hardware is used:
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1.4 Firmware
Firmware release 3.14 is min. requirement.
1.4.1
SW licences
For using application program TRUCK Controller, application licence 105 is required and is checked
when starting the application.
A licence is also required for the alibi memory. If the charging function has to be activated, the license
PR 1713/32 Phase batching is required. The mentioned licences are included in the standard scope of
delivery of the TRUCK Controller.
1.5 Weighing points
The weighing point shown on the TRUCK Controller display A, B and A+B displayed as C is always used
for the weighing process. Weighing point matching is necessary. Using different weight units for
weighing points A and B is not possible. The scale of an external weighing point must not be switched
over during operation.
When re-calibrating a scale from metric units into lb or vice versa, a cold start must follow,
whereby all data, including those in the alibi memory, are lost.
All measured weights are gross weights.
Net values are generated by calculating the difference between first and second weighing operation,
or between first weighing operation and fixtare value. Weighing operations are marked by a sequence
number. First and second weighing operation have the same number. The number can be reset with a
suitable password.
Weights can be replaced by manual entries. Neither weighing point nor pointed brackets as with
weight values of a W&M scale are provided on the print-outs of weighing operations with manual entries, furthermore no saving in the alibi memory is done.
1.6 Memory requirement
In the instrument RAM memory, approx. 200 kBytes are needed for system and application. The remainder of approx. 1,1MBytes is available as a working memory for databases.
1.6.1
Database
The instrument provides databases for trucks, products, addresses, users, onsite list, statistics, reports
and alibi memory. A database entry is marked by a number (ident) and a name. Idents and names must
be unambiguous. Selection of an entry is either by the name or the ident.
The address list contains all addresses of customers and hauler, as well as all delivery addresses.
The user list contains all users, associated with one of the levels operator, supervisor or administrator.
The onsite list contains all trucks, which have already undergone first weighing. After second weighing,
the weight data are entered into the statistics, and the truck is deleted from the onsite list.
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1.6.1.1 Memory calculation
Example:
Number
50
30
100
10
20
800
100
Database
Truck
Product
Address
User
Onsite list
Statistics
* Report
Bytes per entry
160
128
160
64
352
96
640
Total
Memory
8000
3840
16000
640
7040
76800
64000
176320
13000
Alibi memory
64
832000
Memory requirement
1008320
* Care has to be taken, that the reports are collected by AccessIt
(with REP as [Polling table] activated) !!
If communication problems occur (e.g. PC not online, wrong settings in AccessIt or OPC),
the adminstrator can manually with [Start]-[DBase]-[Reports] erase the reports with [Yes].
Reports are stored in the database only if at
[Setup]-[Config]-[Change]-[Parameter]-[Log to database] is set to [Yes].
Memory space requirements per weighing operation (without alibi memory)
Weighing operation
After first weighing
After second weighing
Tare weighing
Fixtare weighing
Single weighing
Memory / operation
352
96
96
0
0
Comment
Data in on-site list
Data in statistics, data in on-site list deleted
Data in statistics
Data in truck list
No data storage, only ticket print-out
Some data entries are configurable. In this case, only selected data are available in operating mode (see
chapter 4.1).
Name entries in the databases are 18 characters long, i.e. the full name can always be displayed when
paging. The address fields are 30 characters long. The data field names can be adapted to the customer
requirements using program in the dialogues and print-outs ( if necessary, the local language can also
be mixed with English expressions).
After each weighing operation, the available memory space is checked. Unless at least 20 kBytes are
free, a warning is displayed. Before each weighing operation, a minimum of 3000 bytes must be free, in
order to start weighing. Below 3000 bytes, some functions are not available any more. In this case, free
memory space must be provided by deleting database entries. After exit from the database editor, the
available memory capacity is displayed.
Database entries are not possible directly in the database function ( More data - ... ) or during a weighing operation ( selection ... – exit ).
1.6.2
Statistics
In the stastistics, product reception and removal are distinguished by a preceding sign. The following
statistics are possible:
• all products which were transported by means of a truck,
• all products related to a delivery address,
• all delivery addresses for a product.
Each address includes customer, hauler and delivery address.
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1.7 Alibi memory
The alibi memory is standard, but must be configured. Only measured weights, but no manual entries
are recorded in the alibi memory. Normally, the alibi memory is designed for storage of all weight data
for a 3-month period.
Instead of the internal alibi memory, OmniScale can be used via a serial interface. For this purpose, the
log function is used. The function can be allocated to an own interface.
1.7.1
Configuration of the alibi memory
The memory is configured during commissioning and cannot be erased or changed in size , if the CAL
switch is closed. A cold start or re-configuration erases the memory and its configuration. A data set
has 64 bytes (see chapter 1.6.1).
The application memory requirement (all databases !) must be taken into account by the user himself.
1.7.2
Data in the alibi memory
•
Weight value, contains the weight, the weight type and the weighing point identification (
WEIGHT ).
• Date & time ( DT )
• Operation number within 1 and 999999 ( DINT ).
• Modified CRC-16 ( WORD ). The type of modification is not disclosed. I.e. stored data cannot be
changed also by application programming. Records with faulty CRC check contain a sequence of
minus signs instead of a weight.
The data are stored in a ring memory. After the memory is full, further new data shift the earliest data
out of the memory. The function is transparent for the user.
1.7.3
Size of the alibi memory
100 kbytes for the dynamic memory, e.g. databases, are reserved for the application program. Dependent of firmware release, approx. 200 kBytes are occupied by system and application.
During database creation, the entry is limited to the actual conditions due to already occupied memory
space, i.e. the actual memory extension and the firmware memory requirement are taken into account.
An own main program, which can be called up at the uppermost operating level, is used for operation.
It includes the following functions:
• Configuration, if the CAL switch is open.
• Search and print-out of data sets, if the CAL switch is closed.
1.7.4
Use of the alibi memory
An own main program which can be called up at the uppermost operating level is used for operation.
This function is available also during operation of the application.
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Printing the alibi memory contents
The print function of the alibi memory uses two different printers:
• Print-out from the started program [Alibi] is on the ticket printer ( PRN: ).
•
When printing from the application [Start] – [User] is used.
1.7.6
–
– [Alibi], the configured log printer
Time behaviour of the alibi memory
As the database can contain several thousand entries, handling times in the range of seconds must be
expected. The time requirement for handling a database operation increases with the number of possible entries. For this reason, no more than the indispensable number of entries should be made available
by configuration. During searching in the database, 3 dots are shown in the upper left corner of the
two-line display.
1.8 Operation
The operation of the TRUCK Controller is divided into functions Setup and Application. Setting up requires detailed knowledge, which is provided in the PR 5610 operating manual. Configuration of the
application is part of the setup. Configuration and operation of the TRUCKapplication are explained in
detail in this operating manual.
Faulty operations are displayed with a message. Some messages have to be acknowledged. Messages
which do not need acknowledgement are displayed during 3 s.
The
key cancels an entry. Unlike other X5 applications, the exit function does not always lead to
the next higher operating level, unless an entry for a weighing process is made. In this case it leads to
special selection menus. Therefore early weighing process cancelation always requires pressing of the
red
key.
A table with users, where [Admin] is always present and cannot be deleted, is created. the table contains the PIN ( 1111 ... 9999 ) and the user privileges. The default PIN for [Admin] after a cold start is
9999. User [Admin] allocates the privileges and the first PIN for all new operators. The user can change
this PIN, provided that he has logged in. In emergency cases, a PIN which provides unique access can
be calculated by means of a pocket calculator. The instructions for calculation are given on a supplement included in the manual.
Three classes of operators are provided:
1. The [Operator] may operate the weighing process
2. The [Supervisor] can also handle the database level and statistics ( this should be the 'normal' privilege of the supervisor)
3. The [Admin] has all privileges. In particular, he is allowed to leave the application programm, in
order to change the configuration
The user must identify himself at 2 stages:
1. When starting the application. In the application, he can handle all work corresponding to his
privileges
2. When leaving the application. For this, the administrator privilege is necessary. Thus, all configuration data are protected against unauthorized access
After a cold start, the operator has the privileges of an adminstrator. After completing the configuration, the application shall be started. Without corresponding privileges, leaving the application is not
possible any more.
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1.9 Printer interfaces
The print functions Ticket, Log and Statistics can be combined or allocated to separate interfaces. The
possible interfaces are:
• no printer
• = ticket
• serial interface 2 RS485
• serial interface 2 RS232
• serial interface 3 RS485
• serial interface 3 RS232
Adjusting the interface of the ticket printer is done in [Setup]–[Serial Ports]-[Printer device at].
The settings for the log printer and statistic printer are done at [Setup]-[Config]-[Change][Parameter]-[Log printer] / [Statistic printer].
All weight tickets can be printed via NiceLabelExpress. For this, a ticket layout must exist. Unless a layout generated by NLE exists, print-out is direct as determined by the program. Individual tickets can be
switched off or printed out repeatedly. Statistics, configuration, database extracts and alibi memory
are always printed directly.
A log printer can provide a record for each weighing operation. This printer should provide W & M
print-outs. This interface can be used for OmniScale instead of the internal alibi memory. The log
print-out is possible only, unless the print-out shall be provided via the ticket printer.
For statistics, database extracts and configuration, it is possible to use an own printer, the ticket
printer or the log printer.
Print-out is with a timeout of 3 s for the first line. After successful printing of this first line, a multiple
of 3 s ( e.g. 5 * 3 s ) is possible.
1.10 Remote display
The firmware functions for remote displays are available.
1.11 Special functions
A database back-up is possible via RecoverIt or AccessIt. RecoverIt also permits EAROM saving.
Language adaptation is by means of TranslateIt.
1.12 Network options
For use of a fieldbus card please refer to chapter 14. The database contents can be transmitted to a PC
using the program AccessIt. The connection is done via Ethernet card or a serial interface, see. chapter
13If AccessIt is used, all data belonging to a weighing operation, can be taken from the table REP. .
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1.13 Scope of delivery
The TRUCK Controller contains the following hardware and software:
1) In Slot 1 the digital input/output card PR 1713/15 with 4 optocoupler inputs and 4 relay outputs
is fitted
2) In Slot 2 the serial interface card PR 1713/04 with 1 interface RS232 and RS 485 is fitted
3) Slot 3 is free for e.g. another optional interface card PR 1713/04
4) Slot 4 is free for a fieldbus or the ethernet card
5) Firmware PR 5610 release 3.14 or higher with the relevant BIOS for the release
6) Software licence TRUCK (105)
7) Software licence ALIBI (PR 1713AL)
8) Software licence Charging (PR 1713/23)
9) Docu-CD with the Installation and Operating Manual in English and German
1.14 Additional option cards
Detailed information can be obtained from the Installation Manual.
PR 1713/04
PR 1713/06*
PR 1713/07*
PR 1713/08
PR 1713/12
PR 1713/13
PR 1713/14
PR 1713/15
PR 1713/17
PR 1721/11
PR 1721/12
PR 1721/14
{
X1
*
For X5 and X6 Controller
Serial interface card (RS 232/485)
Analogue out 0/4-20 mA *
1 Analogue out/4 Analogue input *
BCD Out
Control I/O Card 4/4 opto
DIOS-Master (additionaly. SW required)
Ethernet Interface
Control I/O Card 4/4 relay
Control I/O Card 6/8 opto
Profibus-DP interface
Interbus-S interface
DeviceNet interface
Slot 1
Slot 2
{
{ X1
{ X1
{ X1
{ X1
{
{
{
{
{
Slot 3
Slot 4
{
{ X1
{ X1
{
{
{
{ X1
{
{
{ X1
{ X1
{ X1
= Fitted as standard in the delivery condition.
= Can be fitted additionally.
= Note restrictions due to high current consumption !
= Max. 1 analogue output card each controllerIf a card is inserted in Slot 4,
only one analogue output card is allowed in Slot 1 or Slot 2.
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2 OPERATING INTERFACE
2.1 Display
The weight display allows the display of 7 digits of weight plus a decimal point. The unit can be selected as tons, kilograms, grams or lbs. The display is capable of handling two lines of text of 20 characters each in addition to the numeric output. The other symbols in the display are listed below:
Status
indicator
B
G
NET
T
Description
Status
indicator
Description
Gross weight is displayed
Gross weight = Net weight + Tare
weight.
(G only active in NTEP mode).
The weight value is within center of
zero (+-1/4 d).
Net weight is displayed..
The weight fulfills the standstill conditions.
Stored tare or initial weight is displayed. Tare in offsets the dis-played
weight.
Charging process is active.
Flashing indicates an alarm.
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2.2 Keypad
The symbols on the front panel keys and their signification are:
Funct.
keys
Description
Funct.
keys
Description
Whilst pressing this key, the gross
weight is displayed (B = gross
weight).
Stops the charging process.
Whilst pressing this key, the tare
weight is displayed, provided that
the tare weight was set.
Programmable function key
Set/reset tare.
This key has no purposeful function
for the IBC controller.
Programmable function key
Set gross weight to zero, provided
that:
standstill
weight within zero set range
not tared
Charging is not active.
Menu
keys
Description
Key for switch-over between
weighing point A and B.
Print-out of menu-dependent data,
e.g. configuration data, material data
or total.
Edit keys
Description
Exit from the actual menu and continue operation at the next higher
level.
Move cursor left during editing.
Further you can select values, while
is shown.
Softkey: selects displayed function.
Move cursor right during editing.
Furthermore you can select values,
while is shown
Scroll down through menu function.
Enter / confirm / execute
For X6 Controller use the ‘Enter’-key
.
Scroll back through menu functions.
for
Click on the double arrow
access to further menu options. For
X6 Controller the More-key has this
Backspace / delete
Can be used also as space key.
design:
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2.3 Operating concept
The operation of both controllers are very similar. Therefore this manual will only describe the operation of the X5 controller. Differences in the operation between the different controllers will be explained.
2.3.1
Entering alphanumeric data
In the alphanumeric entry mode, a cursor is flashing in the entry field. This mode is accessible by pressing a key from the alphanumeric keypad
The alphanumeric keys have got more than one assignment.
After pressing a key for the first time, the relevant first character, e.g. 'A' is displayed in the cursor position. After pressing for
the second time, e.g. 'B' instead of 'A' is displayed; 'C' is displayed after pressing for the third time, etc. After the last signification, the first one is displayed again.
Pressing another character key (or
) completes the entry of
a character. To complete an entry, the key
has to be used.
If only numeric values are required for an entry, letters are not
selectable. Therefore, values such as 555 can be entered by
pressing the key successively three times without using the arrow key.
Key
Character
Remark
If a value has a polarity sign, it can be
entered by pressing the dot key
for minus or twice for plus.
once
A space can be entered using the key
.
A character will be removed by pressing
the clear key
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Operation via softkeys
The controllers operation is menu-guided. For this purpose, the controller is provided with a 'Softkey’
functionality: The three softkeys with the upward arrow below the display
have the function de.
scribed in the lower text line. For the X6 Controller these softkeys have this design
If more than three functions can be selected, the double arrows
be displayed and called up by pressing key
.
permits scrolling downwards through the menus,
nu.
indicate that further functions can
permits scrolling backwards through the me-
can be used to leave the menu and to continue the operation at the next higher level.
permits selection of the value displayed between
2.3.3
as menu item.
Selection via scroll buttons
The functions in the menu can be scrolled in forward direction using
or in reverse direction
.
is used to leave the menu item and to continue at the next higher level.
selects the item indicated in
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2.4 Input via external PC-keyboard
The Controller has an alphanumeric key pad and a connection for a PC keyboard with DIN- Plug (on
the rear side of the housing). Thus the operation of the Controller can be made also by an external PC
keyboard. Both functions are equivalent and are alternatively applicable.
Keyboard
Keypad
Keyboard
Keypad
In the delivering condition the external keyboard is adjusted as an US keyboard. If a German keyboard
will be used, you have to change the character set with [ Strg][F2 ] into German. With [Strg][F1] you
can return again to the delivering condition (US).
The LEDs from the PC keyboard will be not controlled.
For detailed information please refer to the Installation Manual.
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3 TRUCK CONTROLLER SWITCHING-ON
This chapter describes the TRUCK Controller switching-on procedure. After power interruption the instrument goes exactly to the status before power supply interruption.
The order of steps during commissioning is:
• scale calibration and configuration (see chapter 3.3)
• configuration parameter setting
3.1 Switching-on a new instrument
Caution! With a new unit the clock is probably not running,
ensure that the battery jumper is closed!
Afterwards the Time and Date has to be set!
(see Installation Manual).
The unit makes a cold start with the preset data in the
main menu. The upper display line shows the application,
and the functions of softkeys [Start], [Setup], [ [Alibi] and
[Test] are displayed on the lower line
[Start] Start of the process and entry of the user
[Setup] Setup with configuration, weighing point definition with calibration and function
[Alibi] Definition of the alibi memory
[Test] Access via key
. Activation of the analog test,
which can be done in absolute or relative mode dependent
of configuration
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TRUCK Controller switching-on
3.2 Switching-on after power failure
After power failure during a weighing process, a warm
start and return to the process step in which the power
supply interruption occurred are made. The interrupted
process can be continued or aborted
3.3 Switching-on with stop key pressed
The unit starts with the boot menu. The following functions can be selected:
[Cold] = Cold start with deletion of user programs
and production data. All other parameters
remain unchanged. A coldstart is always
required after changing software, hardware
options or scale, e.g. from kg into lb.
[Warm] = All data remain unchanged.
[Flash] = Loading a new firmware, Bios or user
For further information, please refer to the Installation
Manual
Key
can also be pressed to display and select function
[Test]. This is the start of a hardware function test cycle of
the unit
For further information, please refer to the Installation
Manual
Basic setup and operation of the unit are possible only via keypad and display. Operation is menuguided at all operator levels using alphanumeric keys, firmly allocated function keys, programmable
keys and softkeys.
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4 SETUP
The setup is accessible only after a cold start, or when an adminstrator has finished the application.
All parameters can be adjusted in the setup menu. Parameters are dependent of firmware, application
packages, licences and built-in options. The menu comprises the following functions:
Setup
- Config
Entry of all application specific parameters, see chapter 4.1
- Weighingpoints
Entry of all scale relevant parameters
- Set Clock
Entry of time and date
- Serial Ports
Function selection for serial ports
- Software Parameter
Operating language and others
- Licence Setup
Show, add or delete licences
- Show Boardnumber
Display board number
- Print Setupdata
All setup data printed, if printer available
- Print last fault
Print out of register contents etc. at 'Fatal error'
- Refresh Display
Procedure to harmonize the display brightness
- I/O Slots
Display of I/O status
- Show Version
Display of software versions (firmware, application and Bios)
- Enable Download
Download from PR 1750 enabled/cancelled, if selected by setup
- Reboot
Reboot
- Show memory
Display of memory allocation
- Show memory
Display of register contents etc. at 'Fatal error'
Parameter entry always starts by pressing key
be completed by pressing key
or key
. After entry or selection, the relevant parameter can
. Pressing key
stores the new data or the new selection.
By pressing key
, the old parameters remain unchanged. For details on all menu items except configuration, see Installation Manual.
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4.1 Configuration
The TRUCK Controller configuration is only possible via the unit display and keyboard. It comprises all
application specific parameters. The table below provides a survey of the parameter entries required for
the TRUCK application.
All other parameters are explained in detail in the Installation Manual.
Setup
- Config
Configuration for TruckLine Controller
- Change
- Input config.
- Slot 1
- Slot 2
- Slot 3
- Output config.
- Slot 1
- Slot 2
- Slot 3
Function assignment for installed input cards
Input configuration for Slot 1
Input configuration for Slot 2
Input configuration for Slot 3
Function assignment for installed output cards
Output configuration for Slot 1
Output configuration for Slot 2
Output configuration for Slot 3
- Limit config.
- WP-A: Limit 1 on
-0.1 * FSD ... <0> ... FSD (Full scale deflection)
- WP-A: Limit 1 off
-0.1 * FSD ... <0> ... FSD
- WP-A: Limit 2 on
-0.1 * FSD ... <0> ... FSD
- WP-A: Limit 2 off
-0.1 * FSD ... <0> ... FSD
If WP-B is also installed, forther trigger points are displayed
- Parameter
- Scale identifier
- Date format
- Statistics for
- Volume dimension
- Charging
- Use order number
- * Use product
- Use customer
- Use hauler
- Use site
- Data entry at 1st
- Comment line
- * Prompt extra line
- Message line 1
- Message line 2
- Log printer
- Statistic printer
- 1st weighing
- 1st weighing
- 2nd weighing
- 2nd weighing
- Fixtare weighing
- Fixtare weighing
- * Charging
- * Charging
- Tare weighing
- Tare weighing
- Single weighing
- Single weighing
- LOG to database
- PLC program
- Use PIN
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<X5>, max. 16 alfanumerical characters
<YYYY.MM.DD>, DD.MM.YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY,
0, ... <7> ... 1000 Lifecycle of weighing data in days
<Off>, liter [l], m³
<No>, Yes
<Yes>, No
<Yes>, No, * only if Charging = No
<Yes>, No
<Yes>, No
<Yes>, No
<Yes>, No
<No>, Yes
prompt text for extra line per weighing * only if comment line = Yes
max. 30 alfanumeric characters
max. 30 alfanumeric characters
<No printer>, = Ticket, Opt 2-RS485/232, Opt3 RS485/232
<No printer>, = Ticket, Opt 2-RS485/232, Opt3 RS485/232
Number of copies <1>...9, with 0 no print
<.#ULCOAHTPL1.>
Number of copies <1>...9, with 0 no print
<.#ULCOAHTPL1.2.N.>
Number of copies <1>...9, with 0 no print
<.#ULCOAHTPLF.G.N.>
Number of copies <1>...9, with 0 no print, * only if Charging = Yes
<.#ULCOAHTPLSL1.2.N.>, * only if Charging = Yes
Number of copies <1>...9, with 0 no print
<.#ULTF.>
Number of copies <1>...9, with 0 no print
<.#ULTG.>
<No>, Yes
<1> ... 4
<No>, Yes
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Continuation of Configuration menu:
- * Simulation
- Simulation A
- Simulation
Only for Charging !
<No>, Yes (with Yes entry of coarse flow rate)
As A, if WP-B is installed
- User
- New
- Name
- New PIN
- Repeat PIN
- User is
Maximum 18 characters
1111 ... 9999
1111 ... 9999
Operator, supervisor, administrator
- Modify
- User
- New Pin
- Repeat PIN
- User is
Name and privileges
1111 ... 9999
1111 ... 9999
Operator, supervisor, administrator
- Delete
- User
- Print
Name
Printout of the configured parameters
Access to the Setup is from the main menu via
[Setup] and
Select with
.
[Config] and confirm with
The input menu for configuration with selections [Change]
for parameter entry, [User] for operator entry or [Print] /
for print-out of the configuration parameters
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4.1.1
Setup
Digital input configuration
The digital inputs for Slot 1 to 3 can be configured, the following functions for slot 1 are pre-defined:
Bit
Slot 1 Bit 0
Slot 1 Bit 1
Slot 1 Bit 2
Slot 1 Bit 3
Default
3
16
17
18
Function
Barrier can be closed
Zero setting WP-A
Set tare WP-Ao
Reset tare WP-A
An input can be assigned to the individual functions. Generally, more than one input can be allocated
to an input function. In this case, the input with a higher card number and / or input number will
overrule. FALSE will be assigned to non-defined input functions.
The card type and the available inputs are detected automatically. Functions for a 2nd WP can be selected, however, they are without function unless a 2nd WP is connected.
The menu is reached after pressing [Setup]-[Config][Change], press
Press
to select [Input config.].
to select the card position.
If a slot is not fitted with a card with digital inputs, a
corresponding message is displayed. The card is not selectable for an input configuration.
Select input with
and determine the required
function with the relevant SPM bit number.
Configure further cards as described aboved.
the entries for this slot position.
finishes
finishes the input configuration.
Possible plug-in cards
Standard:
PR1713/15 digital I/Relay O Type:
4 Inputs
Optional (see chapter 1.14):
PR1713/08 digital I/O Type:
PR1713/12 digital I/O Type:
PR1713/17 digital I/O Type:
1 Input
4 Inputs
6 Inputs
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4.1.2
Digital output configuration
A function can be allocated to the individual inputs and outputs. Card type and available I/Os are detected automatically.
Bit
Slot 1 Bit 0
Slot 1 Bit 1
Slot 1 Bit 2
Slot 1 Bit 3
Default
4
5
6
7
Function
Traffic light red
Traffic light yellow
Traffic light green
Close barrier
Bits 256 ... 511 are available for the material definition.
Bits 128 ... 159 are mirrored into range 192 ... 255 with an AND function with coarse/fine.
Hence bits 192 ... 255 can be used only for charging.
Bit
Bit AND coarse flow A
Bit AND fine flow A
128 ... 143
192 ...207
208 ... 223
144 ... 159
Bit AND coarse flow B
Bit AND fine flow B
224 ... 239
240 ... 255
The menu is reached by pressing [Setup]-[Config][Change].
Press
to select [Output config.].
Select the card position with
.
Unless a card with digital outputs is fitted in a slot, a
corresponding message is displayed. The card is not selectable for an output configuration.
to select the output channel and deterPress
mine the required function with the relevant SPM bit
number.
finishes the entries for this slot position. Configure
further plug-in cards as described above.
finishes the output configuration.
Possible plug-in cards
Standard:
PR1713/15 digital I/ relay O type:
Optional (see chapter 1.14 )
PR1713/08 digital I/O type:
PR1713/12 digital I/O type:
PR1713/17 digital I/O type:
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24 outputs
4 outputs
8 outputs
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4.1.3
Setup
PR1713/08 BCD card configuration
For mechanical reasons, the BCD card should be fitted in slot 3, see installation manual. Switch-over
from BCD to digital outputs deletes all output functions for this slot.
Card PR1713/08 is configurable as:
1. Digital output card with 24 outputs and an input.
2. BCD output of configured weight values of scale A or B.
4.1.3.1 PR1713/08 as a digital I/O card
For mechanical reasons, PR1713/08 should be fitted in Slot 3.
Select Slot 3 with
Press
and press
to confirm.
to select [digital] and confirm it with
.
Continue operation as with other digital I/Os,
see chapter 4.1.2.
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4.1.3.2 PR1713/08 as a BCB output for weight value
For mechanical reasons, PR1713/08 should be fitted in Slot 3.
One of the following weight values can be displayed:
• gross weight
• net weight
• tare
• following the display on the instrument.
5 decades are displayed. With more than 5-digit scale, the most significant decade is not displayed.
The data relate to the scale selected with parameter [Source of Data].
Bit
PIN
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
2
3
4
Connector
X 104
X 105
Select Slot 3 with
Press
Signification
1
2
10**0
4
8
1
2
10**1
4
8
1
2
10**2
4
8
1
2
10**3
4
8
1
2
10**4
4
8
Negative
Standstill
Value valid
Tare set
and confirm it with
.
to select [BCD] and confirm it with
.
Select scale A [WP-A] or scale B [WP-B] by pressing
and confirm it with
Press
to select [Gross] or [Net] or [Tare] or
[as display] and confirm it with
Press
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.
to finish the slot configuration.
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4.1.4
Setup
Output configuration of analog card
An analog output can be preferably fitted in Slot 3, see also chapter 1.14. The scale A or B can be selected as data source. The menu is reached by [Setup]-[Config]-[Change]-[Output config.].
Press
to select the slot in which the PR1713/07
card is fitted and confirm it with
.
Select scale A [WP-A] or scale B [WP-B] with
and confirm it by pressing
.
Select the weight value for the analog output
.
by pressing
to select the range for the analog output.
Press
Select output behaviour in case of error with
.
Select output behaviour in case of weight below zero
.
with
Select output behaviour in case of weight above FSD
.
with
[Gross]
[Net/gross]
[Net/0 mA]
[Net/4 mA]
[Net/20mA]
[Analog value]
Gross value output
Net value output. If tare was not set: gross output
Net value output. If tare was not set: output of 0 mA
Net value output. If tare was not set: output of 4 mA
Net value output. If tare was not set: output of 20 mA
[4...20mA]
[0...20mA]
[Analog range]
Output of 0... FSD as a 4... 20 mA signal
Output of 0... FSD as s 0... 20 mA signal
[0mA]
[4mA]
[20mA]
[Hold]
[If ADC error]
If ADC error status: set output to 0 mA
If ADC error status: set output to 4 mA
If ADC error status: set output to 20 mA
If ADC error status: last output value remains unchanged
[0mA]
[4mA]
[20mA]
[Hold]
[If below zero]
If weight below zero: set output to 0 mA
If weight below zero: set output to 4 mA
If weight below zero: set output to 20 mA
If weight below zero: last output value remains unchanged
[0mA]
[4mA]
[20mA]
[Hold]
[If above FSD]
If weight above FSD: set output to 0 mA
If weight above FSD: set output to 4 mA
If weight above FSD: set output to 20 mA
If weight above FSD: last output value remains unchanged
Press
to leave the menu.
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Limit valus
The menu can be reached via [Setup]-[Config]-[Change]-[Limit config].
Limits can be set in the range of –0.1*FSD (Full scale deflection) to FSD.
Select the menu for limit values.
Press
After pressing
to select [WP: A limit 1 on].
, enter a numeric value for Limit 1.
Definition of the limit values for Limit 1 off, Limit 2 on and Limit 2 off can be done accordingly.
For output addresses of Limit 1 and Limit 2, see chapter 4.1.2.
If a second scale (WP: B) is installed, 4 other values can be configured.
Example:
The output signal of limit contact
1 switches OFF above 900kg, limit
contact 2 switches OFF below 290
kg. The limit contacts both have a
hysteresis of 10 kg. With power
failure (both limit contacts OFF),
the contacts indicate underfill and
overfill simultaneously.
If the limit values for ON and OFF
are equal, the limit contact
switches ON, when the weight is
above the value and OFF, when the
weight drops below the value.
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4.1.6
Setup
Parameter
4.1.6.1 Ticket-Layout
Besides the definition on the number of ticket copies the ticket content can be specified via a textline.
In [Config]–[Change]–[Parameter] the texts are proposed in relation to the actual configuration. This
automatic assignement is only done if the texts are empty, e.g. after a COLD-start. Subsequent changes
in the configuration have to be followed by manual correction of the text string. The format instructions to build a non-NLE-Ticket can be changed in the configuration.
Examples for ticket layouts:
1 – 1st weighing
2 – 2nd weighing
3 - Charging
4 – Weighing with fixtare
5 - Fixtare
6 – Single weighing
Character
.
#
1
2
A
C
D
F
G
H
L
*M
N
O
P
S
T
U
*V
X
Y
Z
T1:
T2:
TD:
TT:
TF:
TS:
Function
Line feed
Sequence number
Form feed
1st weighing
2nd weighing
Delivery address
Customer
Date / time
Fixtare
Gross
Hauler
Dotted line
Setpoint charging in l or m³
Net
Order number
Product
Setpoint for charging
Truck-ID
User-ID
Net in l or m³
Variable comment line
Message line 1
Message line 2
.#ULCOSHTPL1.
.#ULCOSHTPL1.2.NV.XYZ.
.#ULCOAHTPL1.2.SMNV.XYZ.
.#ULCOSHTPLF.G.NV.XYZ.
.#ULTF.
.#ULTG.
1-T1 2-T2 3-TD 4-TT
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
5-TF
√
√
√
6-TS
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Each code is using one line. Impossible codes, e.g. 'V' if density is not activated, are ignored.
Codes which are not listed here are ignored.
* If [Volume dimension] is set to [l] oder [m³] , then the calculated volume can be printed in the reports with V. The density has to be specified in kg/l in the product parameters. At charging mode the
setpoint can be entered in volume and printed with M, the charging is done on the calculated weight..
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4.1.6.2 Parameter Data
Access to parameter entry is with [Change]
Select [Parameter] with
and confirm with
Enter scale identifier with default is X5
max. 18 alfanumerical characters, default is X5
Enter the date format for print-outs. Select 2005.03.12,
12.03.2005 or 03/12/2005 with
or
, store with
Enter the lifetime of weighing data using keys
in a range of 0 1000 days, default is 7 days
to
Selections are [Off] or [liter(l)] or [m³]. With volumetric
function the density has to be specified in the product
definition. During entering the setpoint it can be toggled
between weight and volume with
If switched to [Yes] it is possible to use the scale for charging in automatic / manual or for weight registration
When [Yes] is selected an order number has to be entered
before weighing
If Charging has been set to [Yes], the question does not
appear, as then products have to be always defined
When [Yes] is selected customer name, ident and address
can be entered
When [Yes] is selected hauler name, ident and address can
be entered
When [Yes] is selected site name, ident and address can be
entered
When setting one or several parameters from [Yes] to [No] at a later time, no new data are stored any
more for these parameters. The old data are removed from the statistics slowly due to aging.
For parameter entry with first weighing (see chapter 5.4),
the selection sequence shown before appears with [Yes] .
When replying [No] this entry is skipped with first weighing.
When [Yes] a prompt text for an extra line can be set
If [Comment] is set to [Yes], 1 line as prompt text (here
enter comment) can be entered
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1 line of message with max 30 characters can be entered
(here example 1)
A second line of message with max 30 characters can be
entered (here example 2)
Printer allocation for Log with
; store with
or
, selections:
[No printer] or [= Ticket] or [Opt 2 - RS485] or
[Opt 2 - RS232] or [Opt 3 - RS485] or [Opt 3 - RS232]
Allocate the printer for statistics, selections:
[No printer] or [= Ticket] or [Opt 2 - RS485] or
[Opt 2 - RS232] or [Opt 3 - RS485] or [Opt 3 - RS232]
Enter the number of copies by pressing keys
a range of 0, (no print) 1 ... 9
to
in
The layout can be adapted by altering the proposed set,
for further info refer to chapter 4.1.6.1
Enter the number of copies by pressing keys
in a range of 0, (no print) 1 ... 9
to
The layout can be adapted by altering the proposed set,
for further info refer to chapter 4.1.6.1
Enter the number of copies by pressing keys
a range of 0, (no print) 1 ... 9
to
in
The layout can be adapted by altering the proposed set,
for further info refer to chapter 4.1.6.1
Enter the number of copies by pressing keys
a range of 0, (no print) 1 ... 9
to
in
The layout can be adapted by altering the proposed set,
for further info refer to chapter 4.1.6.1
Enter the number of copies by pressing keys
a range of 0, (no print) 1 ... 9
to
in
The layout can be adapted by altering the proposed set,
for further info refer to chapter 4.1.6.1
Enter the number of copies by pressing keys
a range of 0, (no print) 1 ... 9
to
in
The layout can be adapted by altering the proposed set,
for further info refer to chapter 4.1.6.1
With [Yes] the Log data is entered in the database, to prevent the database from overrun, the [Admin] can erase
the report DB.
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Select the PLC program for traffic light control etc. selection 1...4 (see chapter 11).
Select the use of PIN with [Yes] to limit the access of users (see chapter 7.4).
Leave the selection menu with
and
saving is displayed (only with changes)
. A prompt for
After confirmation the unit returns to the
configuration menu automatically
Nevertheless with
repeated.
4.1.7
the last print out can be printed or
Simulation
For testing the charging function (incl. the coarse / fine signals) a simulation can be done.
The menu is reached by [Setup]-[Config]-[Change][Simulation]
With
the menu for A is reached and can be switched
from [No] to [Yes] by
With the numerical keys the coarse rate can be set, the
coarse / fine relation is fixed at 5 to 1
If scale A and B are activated, the operation for B has to be done accordingly.
The simulation can only be used if
[W&M] is set to [none] and the CAL-switch is open.
The simulation differs from the real charging process
as there is no standstill check before and after the charging simulation.
At switching-on the simulation for a scale with [Yes], the weight display can be set to 0 by pressing
The simulation is done on the defined scale as a weight increase with coarse / fine signals and preset /
overshoot / calming like a real charging process.
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4.1.8
Setup
User data
4.1.8.1 Privileges
The 3 user hierarchies with different privileges are:
• Administrator
• Supervisor
• Operator
A PIN is prompted only, if the parameter in
[Setup]-[Config]-[Change]-[Parameter]-[Use PIN]
was set to [Yes].
Privilege
Operator Supervisor Administrator
√
√
√
∗1√
√
√
Modify trucks
√
√
Deleting trucks
√
√
√
√
Editing products
√
√
Deleting products
√
√
√
√
Editing addresses
√
√
Deleting addresses
√
√
Print statistics
√
√
Weighing
Creating trucks
Creating products
Creating addresses
∗1√
∗1√
Erase statistics
√
Erasing report data
√
Changing one’s own PIN
√
√
√
Creating a user
√
Editing a user
√
Deleting a user
√
Leaving application
√
Set-up/configuration
√
*1 only during weighing dialogue, not in menu database.
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Access to the user entry is with [User]. User [Admin] with
administrator status and PIN 999 is created by the system.
The PIN can be changed
The selection menu appears, access to the entry menu for
new users is by pressing [New]
Enter the name (16 characters) via the alphanumeric keys
and store it by pressing
Enter the PIN code (1111 ... 9999) and
store it by pressing
Repeat the PIN code and store it by pressing
Select user status [Operator], [Supervisor] or [Admin] by
pressing
, store it by pressing
or
An automatic return to the selection menu is made, access
to the modifying menu for registered users is with [Modify]
The user called up last is displayed. Further users can be
scrolled by pressing
and called up by pressing
Enter the new PIN and store it by pressing key
Repeat the PIN and store it by pressing key
The present user privileges are displayed. Other selections
and stored by
can be called up by pressing
pressing
Automatic return to the selection menu, access to the
deletion menu for registered users is by means of [Delete]
The user called up last is displayed. Further users can be
scrolled by pressing keys
and called up by
pressing key
The prompt for deleting the user displayed last is displayed
Automatic return to the selection menu for
[New], [Modify] and [Delete]
Leave the selection menu with
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4.1.9
Setup
Print-out of the configuration parameters
Print-out of the configuration parameters is either with
[Print] or by pressing key
menu remains unchanged
(see chapter below), the
Error message for approx. 2 sec. if printer is not
allocated
Return to the start menu is by pressing
A print-out example can be found in chapter 9.4
4.2 Alibi memory
The alibi memory is used for weights & measures storage of weight data. It is indispensable, if no
weights & measures tickets with copies are printed out. In this case, the memory must be used for saving the weighing data for the required period. This is the responsibility of the plant owner. The alibi
memory must be configured according to the requirements (CAL switch open).
Access to alibi memory configuration is with [Alibi]
Provided that the number of entries is already configured,
the number is displayed and can be changed and stored
by pressing key
.
If the number of entries is changed, the existing entries
are erased
The database is created
An automatic return to the start menu is made
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5 WEIGHING APPLICATIONS
5.1 Function description
During TRUCK Controller configuration, important parameters for the applications which are entered
for the weighing process and stored in the database, can also be printed out. These parameters are
truck data, order number, product data, customer data, hauler data, delivery address, etc. However,
these data are entered only, provided that they were selected in the configuration.
As entry of these data is not always desired or possible, they can be skipped partly or completely during
first weighing. Data which were not entered are requested again at the second weighing operation. On
this occasion, they can be skipped partly or in total again. I.e. the ticket print-out is uncomplete, because data which were not entered are missing.
Furthermore, up to three printers for various tasks can be configured, e.g. a weight ticket printer with
limited print width ≥ 35 characters, a statistics printer and a log printer.
Moreover, the users are entered during configuration and provided with their privileges ([admin], [supervisor] or [operator]). Default is [Admin] with the administrator level, which includes all functions. If
the PIN code of a user was lost, a unique access via a service number is possible, whereby a new PIN
code can be entered.
As the operating sequence includes branches which cannot be described in parallel, but only sequentially, the branching point is marked with an arrow and a number, e.g. continue with B1. The continuation point of the description is marked with a big arrow on the left and the same number, e.g.
¨1.
If more than one weighing point is installed, e.g. A, B, C (=A+B), switching over between weighing
points is done by pressing key
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5.2 Starting and finishing the application
After switching-on for the first time, or cold start, the
TRUCK Controller goes to the Start menu. Access to the
application is by [Start]
In case no licence for TRUCK (105) was entered so far, this
message is displayed. For the charging function the licence
PR 1713/32 is required too
User log-in. The controller displays the user called up last.
Default is Admin, which cannot be deleted
Press
to display another available user and select
him by pressing key
Enter the relevant PIN code and store it by pressing
The user is logged in
.
The TRUCK Controller goes to selection menu 'Weighing'
User log-out is by pressing
. The log-out menu is displayed. Unless the truck scale is used, the user should be
logged out to prevent unauthorized or accidental use and
adjustment
With [No], a return to selection menu Weighing is made
With [Yes], the log-in menu is displayed with the logged
out user as a proposal. Select another user by pressing
Ï
Ï
Ï
If the user displayed in the log-in menu has the status of
an administrator, he can finish the application by pressing
, e.g. for changing the configuration or entry of a new
user.
Enter the PIN and store it by pressing key
The application is finished and the start menu is displayed
Ï
Ï
Ï
is pressed again instead of entering the PIN, a
If key
service number for calculation of a PIN permitting unique
access to the administrator status is displayed (see chapter
supplement page)
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5.3 General procedure of weighing sequences
The weighing sequences always start with the truck selection, which is described in detail in section
5.3.3. Either an existing truck is selected, or a new one is entered. When entering a new truck, distinction of the usual entry of a truck into the truck list and of a temporary truck without entry into the
truck list is made.
This procedure is followed by the data input sequence, which permits data entry for the configured
parameters. It comprises entry of order number, product, customer, hauler and delivery address, provided that these parameters were selected during configuration. Either existing data are selected, or
new ones are entered. Moreover, entries for particular or all selected parameters can be skipped. The
data for product and weight go into the statistics also for temporary trucks, provided that they are
configured.
The selection of the stored data for a parameter can be displayed by pressing keys
and selected
by pressing key
. Moreover, stored data can be entered by entry of the identity number or of the
name and selected by pressing key
. If a keyboard is connected, switch-over is with the key pressed
first.
Entry of new data for a parameter is via a selection menu, which, apart from entry of new data, also
permits skipping of the data entry for the actual parameter or for all following parameters. Caution!
Data which were entered during the first weighing operation are not requested any more during the
second weighing operation. For completeness, the data input sequence is described in section 5.3.4.
This is followed by weighing. However, the various weighing sequences are different and therefore
shown in detail in the relevant weighing sequence descriptions.
Completion is by print-out of the weighing data, which is also weighing sequence specific and therefore shown in detail in the weighing sequence description.
5.3.1
Selection menu Weighing / Charging
The menus are shown under the condition that [Parameter]-[Charging] = [Yes] and differ slightly if set
to [No].
By pressing
called up
or
, 2 further functions can be
By pressing
called up
or
, 3 further functions can be
By pressing
or
, further functions can be called up, [Charge] appears only if [Parameter]-[Charging] is
set to [Yes]
Press
nu.
5.3.2
or
again to return to the weighing me-
Finishing a weighing sequence
Finish a weighing sequence by pressing
the sequence is continued
. With [No],
with [Yes], a return to selection menu Weighing is made
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Weighing applications
Truck selection
¨1 The truck called up last is displayed
Press keys
to display another truck and select it
by pressing
. Moreover, a truck can be entered by entry of the truck ident or of the truck name and selected
by pressing key
..
With
a temporary truck can be defined with [Temp] .
In this case, no truck data are stored.
End of truck selection, return to the weighing sequence.
When pressing [No] , a return to the truck selection in
B1 is made
When pressing [Yes] a truck ident < 999999 is entered and
stored with
If the truck number exists already, an error message is displayed during 3 s, and the entry must be repeated
If the truck is again selected for a first weighing operation
after a completed first weighing operation, i.e. it is on the
onsite list, an error message is displayed during 3 s
This is followed by an 'Overwrite'. Select [No] to return to
the truck selection in B1, select [Yes] to overwrite the
stored data
End of truck selection, return to the weighing sequence.
If the truck is new in the truck list, enter the name and
store it by pressing key
If the name exists already, an error message is displayed
during 3 s and the entry must be repeated
End of truck selection, return to the weighing sequence..
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Data entry sequence
¨2 Enter the order number (< 999999), if it is configured.
Store it with
Ï
Ï
Ï
Enter the product, provided that it is configured (if
charging is activated, products are automatically activated). The product called up last for the selected truck is
displayed
Press
to display another product. Select the product by pressing key
. Moreover, a product can be
selected by entry of the product number or of the name
and completing with key
Continue by entry of the customer in B3
to call up the following functions:
Press key
Skip the product entry with [Prod], continue with the
customer entry in B3, or skip all further entries with [All]
. End of the data entry sequence, return to the weighing
sequence
or enter a new product with [New]
Enter a new product number < 999999 with [New], store
it by pressing
Enter a new product name, store it by pressing key
Ï
Ï
Ï
¨3 Enter the customer, provided the customer is configured. The customer called up last for the selected truck is
displayed
Press keys
to display another customer. Select the
customer by pressing
. Moreover, a customer can be
selected by entry of the customer number, or of the
name, if a keyboard is connected, and completing with
key
. Continue by entry of the hauler in B4
Enter a temporary customer
is pressed at the customer selection, the following
If
menu appears, select [Temp.]
Enter temporary customer name
Enter the address line 1, similar menu appears for line 2
and 3. Continue by entry of the hauler in B4
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Press key
to call up the selection menu, it offers the
following functions:
Skip the customer entry with [Cust] , continue by entry of
the hauler in B4.
or skip all further entries with [All]. End of the data entry
sequence, return to the weighing sequence
or enter a new customer with [New]
Enter a new customer number < 999999 with [New], store it by pressing key
Enter a new customer name, store it by pressing key
Enter address line 1, store it with
entered
. No data need to be
Enter address line 2, store it by pressing key
need to be entered
Enter address line 3, store it with
entered
. No data
. No data need to be
Ï
Ï
Ï
¨4 Entry of the hauler, provided the hauler is configured.
Selection or entry of the hauler are analogous to the selection or entry of the customer
Ï
Ï
Ï
¨5 Entry of the delivery address, provided that the delivery address is configured. Selection or entry of the delivery address are analogous to the selection or entry of the
customer
Ï
Ï
Ï
¨6 Entry of variable comment line, provided that it is
configured. The question (here Prompt text) in the first
line is defined in the configuration. Text entry is possible
Ï
Ï
Ï
End of the data entry sequence, return to the weighing sequence
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5.4 First weighing
A first weighing operation is used for measurement of the truck weight of a loaded or empty truck.
Access to first weighing is by [1st]
This is followed by truck selection, continue with chapter
5.3.3
Now, the data entry sequence follows, continue with
chapter 5.3.4
Start weighing
First weighing with [Yes]. The actual data including
weight are stored in the onsite list. Weight, sequence
number and date/time are stored in the alibi memory.
Continue by print-out in B7
or with [Fix], the measured weight is stored as truck fixtare value simultaneously with weighing, continue by
print-out with B7
or weighing with manual entry of a tare value with [Man],
please refer to chapter 5.8.
Store it with
, continue by print-out in B7. The
weight ticket provides a net weight without pointed
brackets with specification of the weighing point
¨7 The message of the alibi memory is displayed during 3
s.
During printing, the print-out message for ticket T1 is
displayed during 3 s.
First weighing is finished. An automatic return to selection menu Weighing is made
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5.5 Second weighing
Second weighing is possible only after first weighing. The difference of the two weighing operations is
output as net weight.
Access to second weighing is with [2nd]
Now, select the truck from the onsite list. Continue with
chapter 5.3.3 , whereby new or temporary trucks cannot
be included. Unless the selected truck is found on the onsite list, the operation must be repeated or canceled with
With temporary trucks, the correct name must be selected
with
. Pressing
limits the list to temporary
trucks
Data which were not entered during first weighing are
requested now. They can be entered or skipped again. Data which were not entered so far are missing in print-out
and statistics.
This is followed by the data input sequence, continue with
5.3.4 Data input sequence
Start weighing
Second weighing with [Yes], net weight calculation from
the first weighing operation – second weighing. The net
weight is stored in the statistics database with the measured data. A negative net weight is taken into account in
the statistics. Delete the truck from the onsite list, continue by printing out with B8
or weighing with the stored truck fixtare value with [Fix].
In this case, second weighing is a fixtare weighing operation. Continue by print-out in B8
or weigh with manual entry of a tare value with [Man],
please refer to chapter 5.8.
Store it with
. In this case, second weighing is a manual tare weighing operation. Continue by print-out in B8
¨8 The alibi memory message is displayed during 3 s.
The print message for ticket T2 is displayed during 3 s
during printing.
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5.6 Tare weighing
Tare weighing uses the stored truck fixtare value for taring.
Access to tare weighing is with [Tare]
This is followed by truck selection, continue with 5.3.3
Truck selection.
Unless a tare value is already stored, 0.00 is displayed and
can be confirmed with [Yes] or changed with [No]
Go on with the data input sequence in section 5.3.4.
Start weighing
Fixtare weighing with [Yes], the (net) weight is stored in
the statistics database and in the alibi memory
¨10 With fixtare, the material movement direction cannot be detected automatically. Therefore, the selected
product is displayed and the system asks for input or output weighing. Go on with [Out] or [In] for print out in
B11
or weighing via manual entry of the tare value with
[Man], please refer to chapter 5.8. Store it by pressing
. Temporary truck weighing is possible only using this method. Continue with B10
¨11 This is followed by display of the alibi memory message during 3 s.
During printing, the print-out message for ticket TT is displayed during 3 s.
Tare weighing is finished and an automatic return to the
selection menu for weighing is made.
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5.7 Fixtare weighing
Fixtare weighing is used for measuring the truck tare weight, which is used subsequently during tare
weighing. The tare weight is stored in the truck database.
Access to fixtare weighing is from the weighing selection
menu by pressing
or
and [Fixtar]
This is followed by truck selection, continue with section
5.3.3.
Display of the last stored tare value for the truck with
options [Yes], [No] or [New] with
Use the displayed tare value with [Yes] and
. No ticket
is printed out.
Continue in B13
For not using the displayed weight,, reply [No] and press
. No ticket is printed and the stored value is not used
with tare weighing. The value is not stored in the alibi
memory. Continue with B13.
Weigh the truck as tare value with [New] and press
The system asks for the fixtare value via weighing [Yes] or
manual input [Man], please refer to chapter 5.8.
Reply [Yes] for weighing and store the fixtare value in
alibi memory and database.
The alibi memory message is displayed during 3 s. Continue with B12
Enter the fixtare value manually with [Man] and store it
by pressing key
. Continue with B12
¨12 Print out ticket TF with print-out message during
3 s. Continue with B13 or
¨13 Fixtare weighing is finished. An automatic return to
selection menu Weighing is made
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5.8 Manual entry of fixtare values
To fulfill the standard EN 45501 chapter 4.7.1 ”Step width”, all manual entered fixtare values have to
be rounded. Two different cases have to be explained separately:
Is the step width of a fixtare value, to be entered manually, not known all entered fixtare values within the scale range will be accepted and lateron rounded, when the net weight is calculated from weight and fixtare value.
Is the step width of a fixtare value, to be entered manually, known, e.g. at second weighing,
only a fixtare value corresponding to the step width of the weight will be accepted. For all
other manually entered fixtare values the rounded value will be proposed, which can be entered or changed.
5.9 Single weighing
Single weighing is only used for truck weight determination. Neither taring nor weight difference calculation occur.
Access to single weighing is from selection menu weighing by pressing
or
and [Single]
The system requests the truck name. Enter the name and
store it by pressing
Carry out weighing with [Yes]
The alibi memory message is displayed during 3 s
¨15 Print-out of a ticket TS
Single weighing is finished. An automatic return to selection menu weighing is made
5.10 Error messages in a weighing sequence
No standstill
The weight is displayed without pointed
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6 CHARGING
6.1 General
From the weighing menu the charging menu can be reached by
and [Charge].
To activate the charging modi, it is required to enter the licence PR 1713/32 and to set in
[Setup] – [Config] – [Change] – [Parameter] – [Charging] to [Yes].
It is possible to charge with scale A or B (if installed), but not with C as sum of A and B.
Switching the scale from A to B or vice versa is not possible during charging.
The dialog before charging and taking of weight is compatible to the 'first weighing' [1.st].
Taking of weight after charging is compatible to 'second weighing' [2.nd].
Precondition for the standstill check before and after the charging is that a W&M mode has been selected:
In [Setup]-[Weighing points]-[Calib]-[Param]-[W&M] set to [OIML] or [NSC] (Australien) or [NTEP]
(USA).
6.2 Charging modes
For charging 3 modes can be used, the mode can be selected during product definition, see chapter
7.1.2
Survey of charging modes allocated to a product:
Function / Parameter
automatic
manual
register
Intake (amount received from customer)
no
yes
yes
Outtake (amount delivered to customer)
yes
yes
yes
Density (if Volume dimension = l/m³)
yes
yes
yes
Preset (Switch over from Coarse to fine)
yes
no
no
Overshoot (after closing fine)
yes
no
no
+ Tolerance (in percent of fine)
yes
yes
no
- Tolerance (in percent of fine)
yes
yes
no
Time to wait (calming time)
yes
no
no
Enabled by bit (input)
yes
no
no
Set ready by bit (input)
no
yes
no
Activates bit (output)
yes
yes
no
Setpoint before start
yes
yes
no
Setpoint limitation (correction)
yes
yes
no
Dialog: Start charging ?
yes
yes
yes
Dialog: Ready ?
no
no
yes
Visualization by bargraf
yes
yes
no
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Charging mode automatic
The scale selected by
is used; the output signals (coarse, fine etc.) are related to the scale.
Procedure:
Data entry is done like described in chapter 5.3.4, the following sequences are deviating from it:
1.
Enter setpoint
2.
Acknowledge start
3.
Wait for enable input (if enable bit is not 0)
4.
Automatic charging in coarse and fine mode
5.
Calming time / Wait for overshoot
6.
Tolerance checking
7.
Print ticket / report, store log
Charging is done in restart mode 4.
Preset point
The preset point determines the time of switch-over (setpoint – overshoot – presetpoint) from coarse
to fine (coarse flow valve is closed).
The fine signal is active also during the 'coarse phase'.
With charging at only one speed, only the fine signal must be used!
Overshoot
All material which reaches the truck after closure of the fine valve is called overshoot. The initial value
for the overshoot must be adjusted so, that the material which is still on the way into the truck will be
taken into account. At the beginning, the overshoot should be set to a higher value than expected, in
order to prevent the setpoint from being exceeded by the overshoot when starting for the first time.
Only the overshoot portion which has flown into the truck until elapse of the calming time is taken
into account. Overshoot calculation/correction will occur only, if tolerance checking is activated.
Calming time
As the calming time starts already after closure of the fine valve, the time for the overshoot must be
taken into account. The system can be set into vibration due to dynamic effects. In order to determine
the weight correctly nevertheless, a corresponding time in seconds for settling must be selected. Before
the first start of a system, the calming time should be always a bit higher, in order to use a stabilized
weight value for tolerance checking.
The calming time to be adjusted is dependent e.g. on the following factors
-
Time for the overshoot after closure of the fine flow valve
Material consistency (solid, lumpy, liquid)
Delays and properties of the supply system (screw, vibrator, valve)
Tolerance checking
The tolerance is specified in percent of the setpoint per material and can be determined with + tolerance for weight above setpoint and with – tolerance for weight below setpoint.
The tolerances should not be too narrow,
otherwise, overshoot optimization might not be done.
A smaller tolerance does not lead to a better loading result!
Tolerance errors generate a tolerance alarm, which must be acknowledged.
With + tolerance and – tolerance set to 0, no tolerance checking is done.
Overshoot correction and/or post-charging are not done.
The overshoot value remains unchanged.
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Diagrams for charging sequence and overshoot correction (RST mode 4)
The [automatic] mode is used for charging based on the net weight with the following steps:
Set tare:
Preset pt.:
Coarse:
Fine:
Time to wait:
Check tol.:
The gross weight is stored as tare weight and the net weight starts at zero.
The coarse flow is switched off, the fine flow remains activated.
The material is charged in coarse flow until reaching the preset point.
The material is charged in fine flow until reaching the switch-off point (overshoot).
Calming time during which the overshoot is effective and the scale vibrations can settle down.
The charged weight is determined and checked against the tolerance values.
Abbreviations for overshoot correction used in the diagram
below –tol.
below setpoint
New OVS = old_overshoot
Corr OVS = old_overshoot
Con
Abt
Setpoint reached exactly above setpoint
above +tol
( Setpoint – weight at tolerance check)/2
( Setpoint – actual_weight )
[Contin] Change overshoot, post-charg, if necessary
[Abort] Finish material
When exceeding the tolerance, the actual weight before tolerance alarm output is measured. When
restarting, this weight is used for recalculating the overshoot.
If the measured weight is below -tol after the calming time, a new overshoot is calculated. A setpoint
difference higher than the overshoot causes post-charging.
If the weight after another waiting time until elapse of the calming time is within the tolerances and
still below the setpoint, the overshoot is corrected again. Further correction is not possible.
With tolerance alarm, charging stops and the operator can make an intervention. Continue with [Contin] or finish with [Abort].
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6.2.1.1 Sequence and visualization charging automatic
The following displays for process visualization are available:
The setpoint which was used for the truck previously is
proposed, it can be overwritten and confirmed with
Acknowledge with softkey or
charging
, if the truck is ready for
Wait for enable ( SPMin ), if the input in the component
is not set to 0
Message if before charging the standstill condition is not
reached, try again with [Contin]
With standstill the charging starts and the difference (starting with setpoint and running in 0 direction) is shown.
Difference to the setpoint is shown and
charging symbol
Press keys
to switch over cyclically to:
bargraph ... setpoint ... tolerance ... difference ... bargraph .......
Press
for bargraph without tolerance band (+ tol. and
– tol. are 0). Each character stands for 1/15 of setpoint.
Bargraph with tolerance band.
The values before and behind the tolerance band represent a weight of (setpoint – neg. tolerance) / 12 each. The
tolerance band is stretched to 6 characters, i.e. each character stands for a weight of (pos. tolerance + neg. tolerance) / 6.
Signification of characters for bargraphs:
Press
Press
With
for setpoint.
for tolerance band
the actual status of the charging cyle is shown
If
is pressed during charging, the message
apprears and the charging symbol is flashing
Display during overshoot / calming time (time to wait)
If weight is not within the tolerance
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Charging
Charging mode manual
The scale selected with
is used.
Data entry is done like described in chapter 5.3.4, the following sequences are deviating from it:
1.
Enter setpoint
2.
Acknowledge start
3.
Manual charging up to setpoint
4.
After OK or 'ready'-signal weight determination and tolerance check are done
5.
Ticket / Report is printed, Log is stored
6.2.2.1 Sequence and visualization charging manual
The setpoint which was used for the truck previously is
proposed, it can be overwritten and confirmed with
Acknowledge with softkey or
charging
, if the truck is ready for
Charging symbol and difference from the setpoint are shown
as follows:
Now, you can switch over cyclically by pressing keys
Bargraph ... setpoint ... tolerance ... difference ... bargraph .......
Press
for bargraph with tolerance band
or for bargraph without tolerance band
(+ tol. and – tol. are 0)
Press
Press
for setpoint.
for tolerance band.
If
is pressed during charging, the message
apprears and the charging symbol is flashing
If the charging is finished, the weight determination and the tolerance check are released by
'ready'- bit input.
or the
Message if the scale is not at standstill,
(Standstill condition not kept)
Tolerance alarm (10kg below setpoint), with [Retry]: add
material, with [Accept]: accept tolerance.
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Charging mode register
The scale selected with
is used. As only registration is done neither setpoint definition nor tolerance
band / tolerance check are present.
Data entry is done like described in chapter 5.3.4, the following sequences are deviating from it:
1.
Confirm 'start'
2.
Manual charging
3.
After 'ready' confirmation weight determination follows
4.
Ticket / Report is printed, Log is stored
If the truck is ready for charging,
acknowledge with softkey or
If the truck has been charged,
confirm with softkey or
6.2.4
Volumetric charging
If in [Setup]-[Config]-[Change]-[Parameter]-[Volume dimension] is set to [l] or [m³] and a component
of type [manual] or [automatic] has been selected, the setpoint for charging can be entered in volume.
The density definition in the component is always done in kg/l.
Gravimetric entering of setpoint in e.g. kg
With
can be switched to m³ and with again
be switched back to kg
can
Or it can be switched to l (if [Volume dimension] is set to
[l] )
The weight display remains always in the kg/t mode.
The volume definition at setpoint entering is recalculated to weight and stored as setpoint according
to the density defined in the component specification. Then for print outs the volume is given as well,
the number of digits behind the decimal point is adjusted to the digits defined for the smaller scale.
The scale interval for volume is 1.
If in a special case the codepage 2 is used for characters on the two line display (only relevant if special
characters are used with TranslateIt), logically the characters of the upper half of codepage 1 cannot
be shown anymore, as consequence the ³ is not available anymore.
6.2.5
Setpoint limitation
For charging modes [automatic] und [manual] a setpoint limitation is built-in. During entry only setpoints within the range of 99% of the value (Full scale deflection – actual gross value) are accepted to
prevent the scale from overloading. Larger setpoints are recalculated to 99% and displayed as proposal.
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7 DATABASE
7.1 Database maintanace
A number of data lists the contents of which can be modified are available to the database. Therefore,
a detailed description is provided in the following sections.
Access to database maintenance is from selection menu
weighing by pressing
or
and [DBase]
Selections [Truck] (truck list), [Prod] (product list), and
[Addr] (address list) are displayed
Via
further options [Onsite] (onsite list), [Seq] (sequence number) and [Report] (Clear) are available
Safety prompt for clearing all reports (Administrator
rights required)
7.1.1
Truck list
¨20 Access to the truck list from the database maintenance menu is with [Truck]. No storage in the alibi memory occurs.
Unless a truck is on the truck list, an error message is displayed during 3 s. Leave the truck list and
continue with B23
From this menu, the truck list with the fixtare values can
be printed by pressing
, see chapter 9.5.3.
Selections [New], continue in text, [Modify], continue
with B21, and [Delete], continue with B22, are displayed
With [New], a new truck number < 999999 is displayed
and can be stored with
If the truck number exists already, an error message is displayed during 3 s and the entry must be repeated
Enter the truck name and store it by pressing
If the name exists already, an error message is displayed
during 3 s and the entry must be repeated
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¨21 Access to the modification mode with [Modify]
The truck called up last is displayed. Another truck can be
displayed by pressing
Press
B20
and selected with
.
to return to the truck list in
Display the tare value stored last for the truck with selections [Yes], [No fixtare] or [Get new] with
Use the displayed tare value with [Yes] and press
. No
ticket is printed.
Continue with B21
For not using the displayed weight, reply [No] and press
. No ticket is printed and the stored value is not used
with tare weighing. No storage in the alibi memory occurs. Continue with B21
Weigh the truck as tare value with [New] and
The fixtare value is requested via weighing [Yes] or manual entry [Man]
Reply [Yes] for weighing and storage of the fixtare value
in alibi memory and truck database
The alibi memory message is displayed during 3 s. Continue with B24
Enter the fixtare value manually with [Man] and store it
by pressing key
. Continue with B24
¨24 Print out ticket TF with print-out message during 3 s
Selected truck handling is completed. Continue with B21
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¨22 Access to the delete mode is with [Delete]
The truck called up last is displayed. Press
to dis-
play another truck and select it by pressing
The systems asks for deleting the truck with [Yes] or [No]
Press [Yes] to delete the selected truck. The next truck on
the list is displayed. All database entries pertaining to this
truck are also deleted. Therefore, we recommend printing
out the database previously.
With [No] the previous truck is displayed again
If the selected truck is on the onsite list, it cannot be deleted. An error message is displayed during 3 s and the
truck is displayed again
Continue with B22 or
press
to return to the truck list,, continue with
B20
Ï
Ï
Ï
¨23 Leave the truck list to go to the database maintenance menu by pressing
selected.
, in which another list can be
From this menu, key
can be pressed to return to the
weighing menu, whereby the free memory space is displayed during 3 s.
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Product list
¨25 Access to the product list from menu database maintenance is with [Prod].
Unless a product is on the product list, an error message is
displayed during 3 s. Leave the product list and
continue with B28
can be pressed to print the prodFrom this menu, key
uct list with the received and delivered weights, see chapter
9.5.4.
Selections [New], continue in text, [Modify], continue with
B26 and [Delete], continue with B27 are displayed
Access to the input mode is with [New]. A new product
ident < 999999 is entered and stored with
If the product ident exists already, an error message is displayed during 3 s and the entry must be repeated.
Enter the product name and store it with
If the product name exists already, an error message is displayed during 3 s and the entry must be repeated
Ï
Ï
Ï
¨26 Access to the modifying mode is with [Modify].
can be
The product called up last is displayed. Keys
pressed to display another product and to select it with
The stored total weight for the product intake is displayed.
This value can be changed. Store the change with
. Default is 0.
The stored total weight for the product outtake is displayed. This value can be changed. Store the change with
. Default is 0.
If [Charging] has been set to [Yes], the following menu
items apppear: [automatic] for loading with coarse / fine
control
With
can be switched to [manual]
With
again [register] can be selected
The product density in kg/l can be entered (only if [Volume
dimension] is set to [m³] or [l] ), see chapter 4.1.6.2
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With [automatic] the switch-over point from coarse to
fine flow has to be determined, press
to confirm.
With [automatic] the expected overshoot has to be entered and confirmed with
after charging).
(the overshoot is updated
For [automatic] or [manual] enter the permissible upper
tolerance in % and press
to confirm.
For [automatic] or [manual] enter the permissible lower
tolerance in % and confirm it with
.
For [automatic] enter the calming time ( 1 ... 30000 s) for
weight determination in sec. and press
.
Range: 0 ... 511. To avoid conflicts, addresses 160 ... 175
and 256 ... 511 must be used purposefully. Enter the address of the enable bit and confirm it with
.
For [manual] the input for the 'ready' signal must be determined.
Range: 0 ... 511. purposeful words are
addresses within 128 ... 143 for WP-A
addresses within 144 ... 159 for WP-B.
For information how to combine the bit with coarse and
fine, see chapter 4.1.2, otherwise, use addresses 160 ... 175
and 256 ... 511. Enter the address of the material bit and
confirm it with
.
Continue with B26 or
press
to return to the product list with B25.
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¨27 Access to the delete mode is with [Delete].
The product called up last is displayed.
Keys
can be pressed to display another product
and to select it with
.
Reply [Yes] to delete the selected product. The next product on the list is displayed. All database entries pertaining
to this product are also deleted. Therefore, we recommend
printing out the database previously.
Reply [No] to display the last product again.
Continue with B27 or
press
B25.
to return to the product list in
Ï
Ï
Ï
¨28 Leave the product list and go to the database maintenance menu by pressing
be selected.
, in which another list can
From this point, key
permits returning to the weighing
menu, whereby the free memory space is displayed during
3 s.
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7.1.3
Database
Address list
Access to the address list is from the database maintenance menu with [Addr].
¨30 Unless the address list contains an address, an error
message is displayed during 3 s. Leave the address list and
continue with B33
From this menu, key
can be pressed to print the address list, see chapter 9.5.5.
Selections [New], continue in text, [Modify], continue
with B31 and [Delete], continue with B32 are displayed
Access to the input mode is with [New]. Enter a new address ident < 999999 and store it with
If the address ident exists already, an error message is displayed during 3 s and the entry must be repeated
Enter the name and store it with
If the product name exists already, an error message is
displayed during 3 s and the entry must be repeated
Enter address line 1 and store it by pressing key
data need to be entered
. No
Enter address line 2 and store it by pressing key
data need to be entered
. No
Enter address line 3 and store it by pressing key
data need to be entered
. No
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Ï
Ï
¨31 Access to the modifying mode is with [Modify]
The address called up last is displayed, provided that min.
one address is stored
Keys
can be pressed to display another address
which can be selected by pressing key
Modify address line 1
Modify address line 2
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Modify address line 3
Continue with B31 or
press
B30.
to return to the address list with
Ï
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Ï
¨32 Access to the delete mode is with [Delete]
The address called up last is displayed, provided that min.
one address is stored
Keys
can be pressed to display another address
which can be selected by pressing key
The system asks if the address must be deleted [Yes] or
[No]
With [No], the previous address is displayed again
Continue with B32 or
press
B30
to return to the address list with
Ï
Ï
Ï
¨33 Leave the address list to go to the database maintenance menu by pressing key
be selected
, in which another list can
In this menu, key
can be pressed to return to the
weighing selection menu, whereby the free memory space
is displayed during 3 s.
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Database
Onsite list
Access to the onsite list from the database maintenance
menu is with [Onsite].
¨35 Unless a truck is on the onsite list, an error message
is displayed during 3 s. Leave the onsite list and continue
with B38
From this menu, key
can be pressed to print the onsite
list with all trucks on one line, see chapter 9.5.2.
The onsite list is displayed with selections [View], continue
in text, and [Delete], continue with B37
Ï
Ï
Ï
¨36 Access to the display mode is with [View]. The truck
called up last is displayed, provided that min. one truck is
stored
Keys
can be pressed to display another truck,
which can be stored by pressing key
Now, keys
or
can be pressed to call up the
other parameters for this truck, if they are existing:
Order number
Customer name and number
Hauler name and number
Delivery address and number
Date/time/sequence number/weighing point
and weight mode
Continue with B36 or
press
B35
to return to the onsite list with
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¨37 Access to the delete mode is with [Delete]
The truck called up last is displayed, provided that min.
one truck is stored
Keys
can be pressed to display another truck,
which can be selected by pressing
Reply [Yes] to delete or [No] in order not to delete the
weight data of the selected truck
In both cases, an automatic return to the onsite list with
B35 is made
Ï
Ï
Ï
¨38 Leave the onsite list by pressing
to go to the database maintenance menu in which another list can be
selected
From this menu, press
to return to the weighing menu,
whereby the free memory space is displayed during 3 s
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7.1.5
Database
Sequence number memory
Access to the sequence number from the database maintenance menu is with [Seq]
The system asks if the sequence number (shown is the next
free number) must be reset [Yes] or [No]
Reply [Yes] to reset the sequence number to 1, or [No] in
order not to reset it. In both cases, an automatic return to
the database maintenance menu is made, in which another list can be selected
From this menu, key
can be pressed to return to the
weighing menu, whereby the free memory space is displayed during 3 s
7.1.6
Report database
Entry of report database in menu DB maintenance by
[Report]
With [Yes] all reports are deleted definitely, return to the
previous menu by [No]
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7.2 Statistics
Caution! When deleting a truck, product, customer, hauler or delivery address, all data related to this
item are also deleted.
Access to the statistics is from selection menu weighing by
pressing
or
and [Stat]
¨40 Leave the statistics menu by pressing
The statistics menu with selections [Print], continue in
text, and [Clear], continue with B42, is displayed
Select [Print] to display the first print menu
¨41 With
, all available print menus can be dis-
played to select a menu by pressing
Unless statistics data are existing for the selected menu,
an error message is displayed during 3 s.
For each selected menu, the statistics period is defined
with 'First date'
and 'Last date'. The proposed data correspond to the period stored in the statistics
Start calculation and print out with
Continue with B41 or
return to the statistics menu by pressing
with B40
, continue
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¨42 Access to the delete mode is with [Clear]
Define the delete period with 'First date'
and 'Last date'. The proposed data correspond to the period stored in the statistics
The system asks if the data for the selected period must
be deleted [Yes] or [No]
With [No], nothing is deleted. An automatic return to the
statistics menu in B40 is made
If you reply [Yes], all statistics data of the selected period
are deleted. After deleting all data, a status message is
displayed shortly
Subsequently, an automatic return to selection menu
weighing is made.
7.3 Alibi memory
Access to the alibi memory from selection menu weighing
is by pressing
or
and [Alibi]
¨45 The alibi memory menu with selections [Date], continue in text, [Range] and [Seq] is displayed, continue
with B47.
Optionally, you can leave the alibi memory menu and return to the weighing menu by pressing
With [Date], the date of the last entry is displayed
Another date can be entered and stored with
The time of the last entry for the selected date is disto display further times of weighing
played. Press
operations for this date
Press
to display the data of the selected entry with
sequence number, weighing point and weight mode. The
weight value appears on the weight display
Press
to display further entries for this date
Press
to return to the alibi memory menu, continue
with B45
Select [Range] to choose the range entry for the weighing
data print-out
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¨46 The date of the first entry in the alibi memory is
displayed
Optionally,
permits returning to the alibi memory
menu, in which other options can be selected
Another date can be entered and stored by
The time of the first entry for the selected date is disto display further entries for this
played. Press
date
Unless an entry for the selected date exists,
an error message is displayed during 3 s.
Subsequently, the date entry must be repeated
Press key
to select the start of the list. The date of the
last entry is displayed
Another date can be entered and stored by pressing
Unless an entry for the selected date exists,
an error message is displayed during 3 s.
Subsequently, this date entry must be repeated
Keys
can be pressed to display all entries for the
defined period
Press
to select the end of the list and to activate the
print-out. All weighing data for the defined period with
date, time, sequence number, weight mode, weighing
point and weight are printed out
Continue with B46
¨47 Select [Seq] to choose the display of a selected
weighing sequence
Optionally, key
can be pressed to return to the alibi
memory menu, continue with B45.
The number of the last weighing sequence is displayed
A different sequence number can be entered
Press
to display the data of the selected entry with
sequence number, weighing point and weight mode. The
weight value appears on the weight display
Press
to display further entries
Return to the sequence number entry by pressing key
, continue with B47
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7.4 Change PIN code
Access to PIN changing for the logged in operator is from
the weighing selection menu by pressing keys
, and [PIN]
or
The system asks for the old PIN. Enter the old PIN and store it by pressing
Unless the old PIN is correct, leave the input menu, and
the weighing selection menu is displayed again
¨50 Enter the new PIN code and store it by pressing key
Repeat the new PIN code and store it by pressing
If the two entries are not identical, an error message is displayed during 3 s and entry of the new PIN code must be
repeated, continue with B50
Otherwise, the weighing menu is displayed again
If the PIN was lost, access to the operating mode is possible using a substitute PIN. Calculation of the
substitute PIN is as described on the attached supplement sheet (see last page).
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CALCULATION OF A SUBSTITUTE PIN
Calculation is by means of the formula specified below:
A = (8191 – X) * 7
B = INT(A / 8192)
PIN = A – B * 8192
X
: displayed service number
A
: intermediate result
B
: only the integer part of the division
PIN : substitute PIN, valid only for the displayed X
Example:
X = 3639
A = (8191 – 3639) * 7 = 31864
B = INT(31864 / 8192) = INT(3.889648438) =3
PIN = 31864 – 3 * 8192 = 7288
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8 TABLES
8.1 User data
The user database is not visible from the terminal.
Name
PIN
Class
Protected
:
:
:
:
STR18;
DINT;
INT;
BOOL;
(*
(*
(*
(*
name of user *)
password *)
class of rights *)
TRUE if protected *)
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
name of truck *)
ident of truck *)
user 1st weight *)
user 2nd weight *)
order number *)
ident of product *)
sequence number *)
set point in kg / lb *)
first weight *)
date of first weighing *)
second weight *)
date of second weighing *)
ident of customer *)
ident of supplier *)
ident of site *)
free text *)
name of customer *)
address field *)
address field *)
address field *)
weighing point for dosing only *)
order entered *)
product entered *)
customer entered *)
hauler entered *)
site entered *)
8.2 Onsite data (WGT)
Name
ID
User1
User2
Order
Product
Seq
Setp
wgt1
dt1
wgt2
dt2
Customer
Hauler
Site
TxtV
Addr
Addr1
Addr2
Addr3
WP
OrderOK
ProductOK
CustomerOK
HaulerOK
SiteOK
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
STR18;
DINT;
STR18;
STR18;
STR18;
DINT;
DINT;
REAL;
WEIGHT;
DT;
WEIGHT;
DT;
DINT;
DINT;
DINT;
STR30;
STR18;
STR30;
STR30;
STR30;
STR1;
BOOL;
BOOL;
BOOL;
BOOL;
BOOL;
8.3 Truck data (TRK)
The setpoint for a loading is stored at the truck and is used as proposal for a next loading.
Name
ID
Tare
TareDT
TUser
MaxWGT
UseTare
Product
Customer
Hauler
Site
Setp
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:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
STR18;
DINT;
WEIGHT;
DT;
STR18;
WEIGHT;
BOOL;
DINT;
DINT;
DINT;
DINT;
REAL;
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
name of truck *)
ident of truck *)
tare weight of truck *)
date of last tare weighing *)
name of user *)
not used *)
use the fixtare *)
ident of material *)
ident of customer *)
ident of supplier *)
ident of site *)
last setpopint *)
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8.4 Address data (ADR)
The parameter discount (Dis) is not used.
Name
ID
Dis
Addr1
Addr2
Addr3
:
:
:
:
:
:
STR18;
DINT;
REAL;
STR30;
STR30;
STR30;
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
name of customer *)
ident *)
reserved *)
address field *)
address field *)
address field *)
8.5 Report (REP)
The report data base can be read via the AccessIt tool. Data entry is done if a ticket of type T2, TD or TT
is printed.
ActDT
Order
Sequence
Truck
TruckID
Product
ProductID
Dens
User1
User2
Setp
wgt1
dt1
wgt2
dt2
Net
CustomID
Customer
CustAdr1
CustAdr2
CustAdr3
HaulerID
Hauler
HaulAdr1
HaulAdr2
HaulAdr3
SiteID
Site
SiteAdr1
SiteAdr2
SiteAdr3
TxtV
Txt1
Txt2
WP
Scale
CRC ²
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
DT;
STR18;
DINT;
STR18;
DINT;
STR18;
DINT;
REAL;
STR18;
STR18;
REAL;
REAL;
DT;
REAL;
DT;
REAL;
DINT;
STR18;
STR30;
STR30;
STR30;
DINT;
STR18;
STR30;
STR30;
STR30;
DINT;
STR18;
STR30;
STR30;
STR30;
STR30;
STR30;
STR30;
STR1;
STR20;
UINT;
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
creation date *)
order identification *)
sequence number *)
name of the truck *)
ident of truck *)
name of material *)
ident of material *)
Density *)
user 1st weight *)
user 2nd weight *)
set point in kg *)
first weight in kg *)
date of first weighing *)
second weight in kg *)
date of second weighing *)
net weight in kg *)
ident of customer *)
name of customer *)
address line of customer *)
address line of customer *)
address line of customer *)
ident of supplier *)
name of supplier *)
address line of supplier *)
address line of supplier *)
address line of supplier *)
ident of site *)
name of site *)
address line of site *)
address line of site *)
address line of site *)
free text *)
fix text *)
fix text *)
weighing point f. charg. only *)
used scale *)
CRC from this record *)
2 The data record can be checked by the CRC for subsequent modification.
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8.6 Statistics data (STA)
Entries are deleted automatically, when the configured lifetime is exceeded.
Dat
Net
Truck
Product
Customer
Hauler
:
:
:
:
:
:
DT;
WEIGHT;
DINT;
DINT;
DINT;
DINT;
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
date of second weighing *)
net weight *)
ident of truck *)
ident of material *)
ident of customer *)
ident of supplier *)
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
(*
name of material *)
ident of material *)
last setpoint *)
density *)
code of charg mode *)
preset *)
overshoot *)
upper tolerance in % *)
lower tolerance in % *)
calming time *)
reserved *)
enable bit *)
material select *)
restart mode for automatic *)
received material *)
delivered material *)
8.7 Product data (PRD)
The parameter 'Price' is not used.
Name
ID
Setp
Dens
BMode
Preset
OVS
PTol
NTol
Calm
Price
SPMin
SPMout
RstMode
Intake
Outtake
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:
:
:
:
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:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
STR18;
DINT;
REAL;
REAL;
INT;
REAL;
REAL;
REAL;
REAL;
REAL;
REAL;
INT;
INT;
UINT;
WEIGHT;
WEIGHT;
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9 PRINT-OUTS
The print-outs are bilingual and can be translated using TranslateIt. In the delivery condition, all printouts are not made via NiceLabelExpress (= no NLE files are included). If customer-made NLE files are
included, print out with this layout is via NLE. In this case, all data required for an NLE print-out are
made available (as they are used for the internal formats).
The interface for weight tickets is defined in [Setup] – [Serial Ports] – [Printer device at]'. the interface
for Log and Alibi memory is determined in [Setup] – [Config] – [Change] – [Parameter] – [Log printer].
The interface for configuration, statistics and database extracts is defined in [Setup] – [Config] –
[Change] – [Parameter] – [Statistic printer].
Configurable with "Nice Label Express"
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Alibi memory print-out
First weighing ticket
Second weighing ticket
Charging ticket
Tare weighing ticket
Fixtare weighing
Single weighing ticket
Print-out Log
Truck / product report
<Address> / product report
Product / <Address> report
User list
Onsite list
Truck list
Product list
Addresss list
Configuration data (parameter list)
Setup data
9.1 Alibi memory print-out
Print-out is via the log printer with one line per measured value, independent of whether a single
measured value or a range is printed. No connection to NiceLabelExpress is provided.
2005-01-31 17:51:21 #12345678 Gross
A
<123.45 kg>
With charging mode instead of 'Gross' the term 'Net' (Difference of gross weight before and after the
charging) is stored.
For single weighings below min. weight the term 'Calcul' is used and the weight is stored without '<>'.
The date format is YYYY.MM.DD.
If the weight is out of the permitted print range, ‚???’ instead of the type is printed.
With faulty CRC, '-------' instead of the weight is printed.
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9.2 Predefined tickets
The predefined format is limited to a width of 35 characters. When using the full length of 30 characters with addresses, however, a width of 35 characters will be exceeded by 9 characters. This effect is
due to the printer configuration (printing into a new line, or cutting). All texts, including the firmly
defined ones, are defined in the program and can be translated into other languages by means of
TranslateIt. Empty address lines 1 ... 3 are suppressed.
9.2.1
Ticket First weighing 'T1'
Unless a Nice Label Express layout was defined, the report will be printed out in the following format.
When using "Nice Label Express", layouts "t1.lbl" must be used for editing.
Ticket
7
Truck scale 2
Supervisor G.Kowalski
----------------------------------Customer Crawford & Sons
74, Lester Road
NF4KJ Cummings
_
Order
101
from/to
Superpig
89, Forest Hill
CF3LS Warwick
_
----------------------------------Hauler
Mova Ltd
Truck
HH-TK 137
Product
Tapioka
----------------------------------2005.05.06 10:00:06
1st weight
A
<19.74 t>
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9.2.2
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Ticket Second weighing 'T2'
Unless a Nice Label Express layout was defined, the report will be printed out in the following format.
When using "Nice Label Express", layouts "t2.lbl" must be used for editing.
Ticket
7
Truck scale 2
Supervisor G.Kowalski
----------------------------------Customer Crawford & Sons
74, Lester Road
NF4KJ Cummings
Order
101
from/to
Superpig
89, Forest Hill
CF3LS Warwick
----------------------------------Hauler
Mova Ltd
Truck
HH-TK 137
Product
Tapioka
----------------------------------2005.05.06 10:00:06
1st weight
A
<19.74 t>
2005.05.06 10:03:45
2nd weight
A
<08.80
t>
Net
<10.94
t>
9.2.3
A
Ticket Charging 'TD'
IUnless a Nice Label Express layout was defined, the report will be printed out in the following format.
When using "Nice Label Express", layouts "td.lbl" must be used for editing.
Ticket
2
X5
User
Admin
----------------------------------Customer Müller
Hamburg
im Hause
SSD
from/to
Schulze
Hamburg
----------------------------------Truck
WL-JD 411
Product
Wasser
----------------------------------Setpoint
1.210 kg
Setpoint
1.235 l
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1. Weight
A
<00.280 kg>
2005.02.02 11:46:27
2. Weight
A
<01.492 kg>
Net
Net
<01.212 kg>
1.237 l
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9.2.4
Print-outs
Ticket Tare weighing 'TT'
Unless a Nice Label Express layout was defined, the report will be printed out in the following format.
When using "Nice Label Express", layouts "tt.lbl" must be used for editing.
Ticket
13
Truck scale 2
Supervisor G.Kowalski
----------------------------------Customer Three Star Co.
253, Darkwing Road
DB7JF Norfolk
_
Order
103
from/to
Porkomat
230, Meadow Lane
PD2LX Epping
_
----------------------------------Hauler
Transfix
Truck
HH-TK 123
Product
Corn
----------------------------------2005.05.06 10:24:46
Fixtare
A
<08.69 t>
2005.05.06 10:26:09
Weight
A
<17.78
t>
Net
<09.09
t>
9.2.5
A
Ticket Fixtare weighing 'TF'
Unless a Nice Label Express layout was defined, the report will be printed out in the following format.
When using "Nice Label Express", layouts "tf.lbl" must be used for editing.
Ticket
12
Truck scale 2
Supervisor G.Kowalski
----------------------------------Truck
HH-TK 123
2005.05.06 10:24:46
Fixtare
A
<08.69 t>
9.2.6
Ticket Single weighing 'TS'
Unless a Nice Label Express layout was defined, the report will be printed out in the following format.
When using "Nice Label Express", layouts "ts.lbl" must be used for editing.
Ticket
15
Truck scale 2
Supervisor G.Kowalski
----------------------------------Truck
HH-TL 185
2005.05.06 10:28:45
Weight
A
<20.96 t>
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9.2.7
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Print-out Log
This print-out requires a second printer with a width of 80 characters. These lines are printed out successively without separation. Print-out is together with the entry in the alibi memory. The print-out
can be used together with OmniScale as an external alibi memory. Print-out is suppressed, if log and
tickets use the same printer.
HH-TR 180
2005-04-16 17:51:21 #86895430 Gross
A
<12,50
t>
Unless a printer is connected and configured, the following error message is displayed and must be acknowledged
with [OK]
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9.3 Reports
The reports are not formated by NiceLabelExpress. The maximum width is 79 characters. The log printer
is used. The reports distinguish product intake and outtake.
9.3.1
Truck
Truck / product report
HH-TK 123
2005.04.30 ... 2005.05.06
Product
Intake
Outtake
Balance
---------------------------------------------------------------Corn
27.41 t
0.00 t
27.41 t
Soja
11.97 t
0.00 t
11.97 t
9.3.2
<Address> / product report
With this report, a customer, a hauler or a delivery address can be selected for <Address>.
Customer
Three Star Co.
2005.04.30 ... 2005.05.06
Product
Intake
Outtake
Balance
---------------------------------------------------------------Corn
27.41 t
0.00 t
27.41 t
Soja
11.97 t
0.00 t
11.97 t
9.3.3
Product / <Address> report
With this report, a customer, a hauler or a delivery address can be selected for <Address>.
Product
Corn
2005.04.30 ... 2005.05.06
Customer
Intake
Outtake
Balance
---------------------------------------------------------------Crawford & Sons
09.84 t
0.00 t
09.84 t
Perkins & Smith
04.04 t
0.00 t
04.04 t
Three Star Co.
27.41 t
0.00 t
27.41 t
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9.4 Parameter list print-out
The parameter print-out is not formated by NiceLabelExpress. The max. width is < 40 characters. The
log printer is used.
Configuration data TruckLine – 03.00.00
Date: 2005.03.14 17:12
-----------------------------------------Input configuration
Slot 1:
Input 1:
Slot 2:
Slot 3:
Ouput configuration
Slot 1:
Output 1:
Output 2:
Output 3:
Output 4:
Output 5:
Output 6:
Output 7:
Output 8:
Output 9:
Output 10:
Output 11:
Output 12:
Output 13:
Output 14:
Output 15:
Output 16:
Output 17:
Output 18:
Output 19:
Output 20:
Output 21:
Output 22:
Output 23:
Output 24:
Slot 2:
Slot 3:
Limits
WP-A:
WP-A:
WP-A:
WP-A:
Limit
Limit
Limit
Limit
1
1
2
2
on
off
on
off
Parameter
Scale identifier
Date format
Statistics for
Volume dimension
Charging
80
Digital input
3
No function
No function
Digital output
4
6
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No function
No function
-300.0
3000.0
3000.0
-300.0
kg
kg
kg
kg
X5
2005.03.14 17:12
7 days
Off
automatic
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Use ordernumber
Use product
Use Customer
Use hauler
Use site
Data entry at 1st
Comment line
Prompt extra line
Message line 1
Message line 2
Log printer
Statistic printer
Number of copies:
1st weighing
2nd weighing
Charging
Tare weighing
Fixtare weighing
Single weighing
Layout:
1st weighing
2nd weighing
Charging
Tare weighing
Fixtare weighing
Single weighing
Log to database
PLC program
Use PIN
Print-outs
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Text 1
= Ticket
= Ticket
1
1
1
1
1
1
.#ULCOAHTPL1.
.#ULCOAHTPL1.2.N.
.#ULCOAHTPLSL1.2.N.
.#ULTF.
.#ULCOAHTPLF.G.N.
.#ULTG.
No
1
No
User
Class
---------------------------------Admin
Admin
Cook................Supervisor
Operator
Kowalski
9.5 Database print-outs
The database print-outs are not formated by NiceLabelExpress. The maximum width is < 80 characters.
The log printer is used.
9.5.1
User list print-out
Admin
G.Kowalski
A.Flott
9.5.2
Administrator
Supervisor
Operator
Onsite list print-out
Onsite table
2005.05.06 12:09
--------------------------------------------------------------123 HH-TK 123
2005.05.06 12:08
A
<17.36 t>
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9.5.3
TRUCK Operating Manual
Truck list print-out
Truck
2005.05.06 12:11
-------------------------------------------------------------123 HH-TK 123
2005.05.06 10:24 A
<08.69 t>
135 HH-TK 135
137 HH-TK 137
150 HH-TK 150
155 HH-TK 155
180 HH-TL 180
185 HH-TL 185
9.5.4
Product list print-out
Product
2005.05.06 12:12
Intake
Outtake
Balance
-----------------------------------------------------------------------10 Cocos
12.88 t
0.00 t
12.88 t
12 Corn
27.41 t
0.00 t
27.41 t
11 Soja
11.97 t
0.00 t
11.97 t
14 Tapioka
19.30 t
0.00 t
19.30 t
9.5.5
Address list print-out
Address
2005.05.06 12:18
--------------------------------------520 Mova Ltd
67, Wilson Street
DH7NT Dornfield
_
82
307
Perkins & Smith
27, Norwich Road
JK7PX Stapleton
_
876
Porkomat
230, Meadow Lane
PD2LX Epping
_
805
Superpig
89, Forest Hill
CF3LS Warwick
_
187
Three Star Co.
253, Darkwing Road
DB7JF Norfolk
_
511
Transfix
267, Enfield Road
ND3GS Macclesfield
_
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9.6 NiceLabelExpress
All texts including the firmly determined ones are defined in the program and can be translated into
further languages using TranslateIt. I.e. language selection is possible without handling the ticket by
means of NiceLabelExpress.
In the delivery condition, all print-outs are not made via NiceLabelExpress ( = no NLE files included). If
customer-designed NLE files are included, this layout is used for printing via NLE. All data required for
a print-out are made available for NLE. The file names for NLE are 'T1', 'T2', 'TD', 'TT', 'TF' and 'TS'.
Remark
1: if already measured and configured
2: available, provided that configured
√
2
√
√
3
√
√
√
√
√
-
√
√
√
√
-
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
√
2
2
√
√
√
√
2
2
√
√
1
√
√
√
-
√
2
√
√
√
√
-
3-Charging TD
6-Single weig. TS
STR20
STR18
DINT
STR18
WEIGHT/STR20
WEIGHT/STR20
STR8
WEIGHT
REAL
WEIGHT
REAL
STR18
STR18/DINT
STR18/DINT
WEIGHT
STR18/DINT
STR30
STR18/DINT
STR30
STR30/DINT
STR30
STR30
STR30
STR18
5-Fixtare TF
Actual date / time
Order number
Ticket number
Waagenidentifikation
Weight / date / time of 1st weighing
Weight / date / time of 2nd weighing
Dimension for density
Setpoint for charging
Setpoint as volume
1st weighing – 2nd weighing
Net in volume
Weighing operator(s)
Truck name, ident
Product name
Totalizer for product intake/outtake
Customer name, ident
Customer address
Forwarder name and number
Forwarder address
Delivery address
Delivery address description
Variable comment line
2 lines for comment characters
Fixed inscription texts
Format
2-2nd weigh T2
ActDt
Order
Seq
ScaleID
Wgt1 / Date1
Wgt2 / Date2
DDens
Setp
SVol
Net
Vol
User
Truck / TruckID
Product / ProdID
PrdIn / PrdOut
Customer / CustID
CustAdr1 ... 3
Hauler / HaulerID
HaulerAdr1 ... 3
Site / SiteID
SiteAdr1 ... 3
TxtV
Txt1 ... 2
T*
Description
1-1st weigh T1
Value
4-Tare weigh TT
The data in the following table are available for all tickets with NiceLabelExpress. Only the data generated during the relevant weighing sequence must be used. After first weighing, e.g. net weight and
date of second weighing are not yet available, i.e. they can contain data, which do not make sense.
Information on which data are purposeful and can be printed out is given in the tables and print-out
examples of the fixed ticket formats.
Table of available data for the tickets:
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
4
√
3: = tare
4: only name, no ID
Data formats: STR18 = max. 18 alphanumeric characters. Possible are 8/16/20/30 too.
DINT
= double integer, pure numeric value
WEIGHT = weight value with polarity sign and unit
Date
= actual date and time
Tickets are printed on the ticket printer ( PRN: ). First, an attempt to print the ticket via NiceLabelExpress is made. Unless this is possible ( e.g. no layout loaded ), the ticket defined in IEC61131 is printed.
No NLE layout is included in the scope of delivery. The name for NLE layouts is 'T1' to 'TS' according to
the headlines.
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10 TRANSLATEIT
The texts in the various software modules (exclusive firmware functions) can be translated to a local
language with the help of the program TranslateIt. There are 128 modules with a total of approx. 350
text lines to be translated.
The two lines display can language depending be switched to the second code page. Therefore with
TranslateIt the 'Variable Page' in the POU Init has to be set to $19 for local language. All texts of the
'local language' can use the special characters of the code page 2. The Analogtest and the Alibi memory are not using the code page 2.
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11 PLC PROGRAMS
There are 4 PLC programs provided for control of traffic light / barrier. Selection is via a numeric configuration parameter. The output for closing a barrier corresponds to a red traffic light AND disable
input. A value > 1% FSD is displayed by the loaded scale, the value displayed by the non-loaded scale is
< 0.5 % FSD. The PLC program does not interfere with the weighing process.
A weighing operation starts by selection of the weighing mode (e.g. 1st weighing) and ends after reading the weight. The closed barrier corresponds to the red traffic light and an AND-linked external signal (e.g. a light barrier).
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12 PROCESS INTERFACES
12.1 Digital inputs and outputs
The function assignement to the digital inputs and outputs can be done in the configuration, see chapter 4.1
Access to the virtual SPM for OPC and e.g. Modbus:
Address
Type
I/O
Function
MX 0
BOOL
Reserved for system
MX 1
BOOL
Out
TRUE if a phase is actually running
MX 2
BOOL
In
Stop charging / phase
MX 3
BOOL
In
Barrier can be closed
MX 4
BOOL
Out
Traffic light red
MX 5
BOOL
Out
Traffic light yellow
MX 6
BOOL
Out
Traffic light green
MX 7
BOOL
Out
Close barrier
MX 8
BOOL
Out
Limit 1 WP-A
MX 9
BOOL
Out
Limit 2 WP-A
MX 10
BOOL
Out
Limit 1 WP-B
MX 11
BOOL
Out
Limit 2 WP-B
MX 16
BOOL
In
Set zero WP-A
MX 17
BOOL
In
Set tare WP-A
MX 18
BOOL
In
Reset tare WP-A
MX 19
BOOL
Out
Charging display: below tolerance
MX 20
BOOL
Out
Charging display: above tolerance
MX 21
BOOL
Out
Charging display: within tolerance
MX 22
BOOL
Out
Charging display: within tolerance, above setpoint
MX 23
BOOL
Out
Charging display: within tolerance, below setpoint
MX 24
BOOL
In
Set zero WP-B
MX 25
BOOL
In
Set tare WP-B
MX 26
BOOL
In
Reset tare WP-B
MX 28
BOOL
Out
Coarse feed WP-A or WP-B
MX 29
BOOL
Out
Fine feed WP-A or WP-B (during coarse active too)
MX 30
BOOL
Out
Discharge WP-A or WP-B ( act. not used )
MX 32
BOOL
Out
Data valid for WP-A
MX 33
BOOL
Out
¼ d WP-A
MX 34
BOOL
Out
Standstill WP-A
MX 35
BOOL
Out
WP-A tare active
MX 36
BOOL
Out
Coarse feed WP-A
MX 37
BOOL
Out
Fine feed WP-A (during coarse active too)
MX 38
BOOL
Out
Discharge WP-A ( act. not used )
MX 40
BOOL
Out
Data valid for WP-B
MX 41
BOOL
Out
¼ d WP-B
MX 42
BOOL
Out
Standstill WP-AStand still WP-A
MX 43
BOOL
Out
WP-B tare active
MX 44
BOOL
Out
Coarse WP-B
MX 45
BOOL
Out
Fine feed WP-B (during coarse active too)
MX 46
BOOL
Out
Discharge WP-B ( act. not used )
MW 3
WORD
Out
Analog output value ( act. not used )
MW 4
WORD
In
Value analog input 1 ( act. not used )
MW 5
WORD
In
Value analog input 2 ( act. not used )
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Address
MW 6
MW 7
MX 128...143
Type
WORD
WORD
BOOL
I/O
In
In
Out
MX 144...159
BOOL
Out
MX 160...191
MX 192...207
MX 208...223
MX 224...239
MX 240...255
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Process interfaces
Function
Value analog input 3 ( act. not used )
Value analog input 4 ( act. not used )
Preferably for components of WP-A, are mirrowed with
coarse in MX 192...207 and with fine in MX 208...223
Preferably for components of WP-B, are mirrowed with
coarse in MX 224...239 and with fine in MX 240...255
User defined inputs ( SPMin )
MX 128...143 AND coarse WP-A
MX 128...143 AND fine WP-A
MX 144...159 AND coarse WP-B
MX 144...159 AND fine WP-B
Base address in the SPM is MB 400 = MX 3200.
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13 ACCESSIT
The internal databases can be transferred to a PC with the tool AccessIt.
The program AccessIt is contained on the Power Tools CD to be ordered at Sartorius.
The following licences are required in the PR 5610 instrument:
PR 1792/13 OPC Server communication
PR 1792/20 OPC Database access
(The 7 digit licence numbers have to be ordered and are linked to the serial number of the instrument)
The licences have to be entered in the instrument at [Setup]-[Licence setup]-[Add].
Communication between the Truckline Controller and the PC is done via a serial port (Builtin or PR
1713/04) or Ethernet communication (PR 1713/14 Ethernet card in Slot 4).
For installation and settings of the PR 5610, the OPC Server and AccessIt program please refer to the
PR 5610 Installation Manual and the AccessIt Operating Manual.
Info on memory requirement and base settings can be found in chapter 1.6.1.1.
To transfer the report data described in chapter 8.5 the database has to be set to 'online' and table REP
has to be selected and with set to 'Polling Table'.
Example for a dataset (REP), shown with 'Refresh':
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14 FIELDBUS
A TRUCK-Controller can be used as fieldbus slave for Profibus, Interbus-S or DeviceNet by inserting a
fieldbus interface card into slot 4. I.e. one or several TRUCK-Controllers can be connected to a communication master (e.g. Siemens S7 Profibus). Data on the fieldbus are handled at intervals of 20 ms.
Weights are always REAL in 'kg' or 'lb', dependent of scale configuration.
14.1 Configuration
Configuration parameters in menu section [Setup]-[Fieldbus]:
With [Protocol] the protocol, e.g. Profibus-DP, can be selected.
For using the fieldbus interface as described here, parameter [Scale Interface] must be set to [enabled].
14.2 Application protocol
The interface operates with a 2 * 8 byte write window and a 2 * 8 byte read window. The windows are
allocated to the weighing points. The field exchanges its data cyclically from each slave. This means: in
each cycle, 8 bytes are written and 8 bytes are read, also with unchanged data contents. The application protocol described in this chapter is independent of the selected fieldbus and shown from the
fieldbus master’s view.
14.2.1
Write window
In this window, data are transmitted from the master
(PLC) to the slave ( TRUCK-Controller ).
The first four bytes are used for writing a data value. The
type of these data is written in byte 5.
The bits in bytes 6 and 7 are independent of the write
value data type in direct access.
Byte 0
Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
Byte 4
Byte 5
Byte 6
Byte 7
Write data: MSB
"
"
Write data: LSB
Read data type request
Write data type
Direct control bits
Direct control bits
Procedure for writing a parameter:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Wait, until write_handshake = 0 in the read window (PR 5610 is ready to receive new data)
Write value into bytes 0 to 3
Write data type into byte 5 (write data type request )
Wait, until write_handshake = 1 (TRUCK-Controller confirms data reception) write 0 into byte 5
(write data type request) -> write_handshake is set to 0.
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Read window
In this window, data are transmitted from the slave (TRUCK-Controller) to the master (PLC).
The first four bytes are used for reading a data value. The type of these data is given in byte 4. The data
type corresponds to the request in the write data window.
Bytes 6 and 7 contain status bits independent of the read value data types.
For reading status bits and writing direct control bits, a procedure is not required. General system bits
and status bits are always present and need not be requested. The direct control bits are also available
continuously.
Procedure for reading a parameter:
1.
2.
3.
Write the type of data / parameters into byte 4 of the write windowr (e.g. net weight) as read
data type request.
Wait until, in the 4th byte of the read window, the echo of read data type request is equal to
the read data type of the 4th byte in the write window.
Now, the value is available in bytes 0 to 3.
14.3 Data formats
Write the DINT value editint 4660 ( 1234 hex )
Write window: byte number value 132 ( 84 hex )
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
00
00
12
34
84
The REAL format according to IEEE 754 ; IEC 60559
REAL
: 32 bit = 1 bit sign,
8 bit exponent bias
127, 23 bit mantissa
Example:
200 = 43 48 00 00
4
3
4
8
0
0
0
0
0100 0011 0100 1000 0000 0000 0000 0000
s|
|
|
eee eeee e
|
1.mmm mmmm mmmm mmmm mmmm mmmm
Sign
= 0
Exponent = 10000110= 134 - bias 127 = 7
MANTISSA = 1.100 1000 0000 0000 0000 0000 = 1,5625 * 2^7 = 200
STRING is always 20 characters long and is transmitted in portions of 5 * 4 characters.
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14.4 Write data
All write values are addressed by write_data_type_request. The WP-typical data are accessible via various write windows. The data which are independent of the WP can be reached via the write window of
WP-A or WP-B.
Value in byte 5
Write data type
request
Write data in byte 0...3 (parameters)
Dec
4 - 14
20
Reserved for firmware WP-A
SPM Bit pattern of bits 160 ... 191 [DINT]
112
113
114
115
116
Set zero
Set tare
Reset tare
Activate test
Reset test
no write data required
no write data required
no write data required
no write data required
no write data required
Direct control bits (write bits for the fieldbus master, separate windows for WP-A and WP-B):
Byte 6
bit 7
stop
charging
Byte 7
Note:
bit 5
bit 4
bit 3
bit 2
.
bit 1
bit 0
reset powerfail
test off
test on
reset tare
set tare
set zero
The addresses shown with gray background and the control bits are handled by the
firmware section of the interface. All control bits react only on a 0 -> 1 transition. To
detect a transition, the status must be present during at least 40 ms. Weights from this
area are in READOUT format, not REAL !
Reset power fail
Test off
Test on
Reset tare
Set tare
Set zero
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bit 6
enable
barrier
reset power fail flag
de-activate analog test
activate the analog test
the scale tare is reset
the scale tare is set
set the scale to zero, the weight has to be within the zero set range
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14.5 Read data
All read values are addressed by read data type request. The data typical for the WP are accessible via
various read windows. The data independent of the Wp can be reached via the read window of WP-A
or WP-B.
Value in byte 4
Read data type
request
Dec
4
8
9
10
12
14
20
21
22
23
24
30
31
32
33
34
Read data in bytes 0...3 (parameters)
Exponent / unit / step width
Gross [DINT]
Net [DINT]
Tare [DINT]
Gross x 100 [DINT]
FSD [DINT]
SPM-Bit pattern of bits 0 ... 31
SPM-Bit pattern of bits 32 ... 63
SPM-Bit pattern of bits 128 ... 159
SPM-Bit pattern of bits 192 ... 223
SPM-Bit pattern of bits 224 ... 255
Gross of displayed WP as REAL in kg / lb
Net of displayed WP as REAL in kg / lb
Tare of displayed WP as REAL in kg / lb
Full scale defl. of displayed WP as REAL in kg / lb
Last setpoint as REAL in kg / lb
Direct control bits (for reading by the fieldbus master, separate windows for WP-A and WP-B)
Byte 5
bit 7
write
handshake
bit 6
power
fail
bit 5
bit 4
bit 3
bit 2
bit 1
bit 0
coarse
fine
* red
* yellow
* green
* barrier
tare
active
calibration
active
above
overload
above FSD
test
active
error
number
in gross
Byte 6
Byte 7
Note:
out-ofcalibration
zero
within
1/4d
below
zero
The addresses and control bits with grey background are handled by the firmware part of the
interface. All control bits react only on a 0 -> 1 transition. To detect a transition, the respective status has to be present for at least 40ms. Weight values from this range are in the
READOUT-Format, not REAL.
write handshake
power fail
calibration active
out-of-calibration
within zero set range
zero within 1/4d
above overload
above FSD
error number in gross
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standstill
within
zero set
range
0 = TRUCK Controller is ready to receive new data
scale has a voltage sag (signal must be reset for deleting it)
scale is in calibration mode
scale is between FSD and overload; also when weight < 0 (dim bit) when
W&M mode is active
scale is within zero set range
scale is zero ( +/-weight < 1/4d )
scale load exceeds the overload range
scale is above fullscale value ( maximum scale range e.g. 5000 kg ), but still no
overload.
scale is in error condition e.g. 'Err 3'. An error number instead of a weight is
on the display and in the gross weight.
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15 ANALOG TEST
During the calibration of the Controller a test figure is automatically calculated and stored in the
EAROM. The value corresponds to the full scale deflection value e.g. 5000.
During the test procedure the connection to the load cells is interrupted. The test value is displayed
without kg or t unit. According to the selection in the calibration procedure either the full value is displayed or the difference between the test figure and the full scale range is displayed.
In the main menu is via
the test menu accessible
Via [Atest] the analog test is carried out and the test figure is displayed on the weight display
Via [Stop] or
menu
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16 ERROR MESSAGES
16.1 Error messages on the weight display
The internal ADC and the external weighing points can generate error messages which are output on
the weight display. If more than one weighing point was assigned, switching over between weighing
points is done by pressing key
Display
Error 1
Error 2
Error 3
Error 4
Error 5
Error 7
Error 8
Error 9
Error 11
. The messages are displayed in 'Error X' coded form.
Signification / cause
Internal calculation overflow (faulty calibration).
Measured voltage higher than FSD plus overload range.
Measured voltage higher than maximum value 38 mV. Other possibilities: error in analog
section, load cell error or load cell cable break.
Weight value exceeds the number of displayed digits.
No weight value, e.g. weighing point is busy.
Measuring voltage negative or faulty load cell connection.
ADC error, hardware defective or overload.
No communication with external weighing point
No weight value
Error messages on the alphanumeric display
These error messages are part of the firmware and described in the PR 5610 Installation Manual.
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Index
17 INDEX
A
F
AccessIt
87
Report
71
Address / product report
Address list
Address list print-out
Alibi memory
Alibi memory configuration
Alibi memory print-out
alphanumeric entry
Analog output card
Analog test
Application description
78
60
81
11, 36, 66, 73
36
73
17
29
92
7
B
Fieldbus
Finishing a weighing sequence
Firmware
First weighing
Fixtare weighing
Function description
88
39
9
43
46
37
G
General procedure of weighing sequences 39
H
Hardware
8
I
BCD card
27
Interbus-S
Interfaces to the process
69
48
K
C
Calculation of a substitute PIN
Charging mode
Automatic
Manual
Register
Code page
Configuration
49
52
53
83
23
D
Data entry sequence
Database
Database maintenance
Database print-outs
Delete
Digital in- and outputs
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
Display
41
9, 70
54
80
16
85
25
26
15
Keypad
16
L
Limit 1
Limit 2
Limit values
30
30
30
M
Manual entry of fixtare values
Memory requirement
More-key
47
9
16
N
Network options
NiceLabelExpress
Number of copies
E
O
Enter temporary customer
41
Enter the customer
41
Enter the order number
41
Enter the product
41
Entering alphanumeric data
17
Entry of the delivery address
42
Entry of the hauler
42
Entry of variable comment line
42
Error messages
93
Error messages in a weighing sequence
47
Error messages on the alphanumeric display 93
Error messages on the weight display
93
OmniScale
Onsite list
Onsite list print-out
Operating concept
Operating Interface
Operation
Overshoot
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88
85
13
82
33
11, 77
62
80
17
15
12
48
P
Parameter
Parameter list print-out
PIN code
PLC programs
PR1721
79
79
68
84
88
95
Index
Predefined tickets
Preset point
Printer allocation
Printer interfaces
Print-out Log
Print-outs
Product / <Address report>
Product list
Product list print-out
Profibus
TRUCK Operating Manual
74
48
33
13
77
73
78
57
81
88
R
Remote display
Report database
Reports
13
64
78
S
Scope of delivery
Second weighing
Selection menu Weighing
Sequence number memory
Set point
Setpoint limitation
Setup
Single weighing
Softkey operation
Special functions
Starting and finishing the application
Statistics
SW licences
Switching-on a new instrument
Switching-on after power failure
Switching-on with stop key pressed
System structure
96
14
44
39
64
50
53
22
47
18
13
38
10, 65
9
20
21
21
8
T
Tare weighing
Ticket Charging 'TD'
Ticket First weighing 'T1'
Ticket Fixtare weighing 'TF'
Ticket Second weighing 'T2'
Ticket Single weighing 'TS'
Ticket Tare weighing 'TT'
Time behaviour of the alibi memory
Time to wait
Tolerance
Tolerance alarm
TranslateIt
Truck / product report
TRUCK CONTROLLER SWITCHING-ON
Truck list
Truck list print-out
Truck selection
45
75
74
76
75
76
76
12
48
48, 50
50
83
78
20
54
81
40
U
User
User entry
User list print-out
9
35
80
V
Volume
Volumetric charging
31
53
W
Weighing application
Weighing points
37
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