Operating instructions - Fimotec

Operating instructions - Fimotec
Operating instructions
Status: 2012-09
Operating instructions
Phase-angle controller TD-16
for oscillating conveyor
Art. No.: 90.0110.54
fimotec-fischer GmbH & Co. KG
Friedhofstraße 13
D -78588 Denkingen
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Operating instructions TD-16
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Copyright © fimotec-fischer GmbH & Co. KG 2010
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Information and explanations
Target group
These operating instructions will help you to use the described product safely and as intended. They are
directed toward qualified skilled personnel*.
Qualified personnel are people who have been authorized by persons responsible for the safety of the system to execute the required
activities and are able to recognize potential dangers and avoid them based on their training, experience and instruction, as well as their
knowledge of standards, regulations, accident prevention regulations and operating conditions (definition of skilled personnel according
to IEC 364).


Read these operating instructions before you install the device, use it or carry out work on it.
Also pass on these operating instructions to other users.
Definition of the warnings and symbols
Warnings are indicated by danger symbols and signal words. The table shows what hazards and possible
consequences the symbols, signal words and colours indicate.
Signal word
ATTENTION
Definition
Consequences
Directly threatening danger
Death or extremely serious injuries
Dangerous situation
Potential death or extremely serious
injuries
Dangerous situation
Minor to moderately serious injuries
Risk of property damage
Damage to the machine, its environment
and the product
Warnings can also have other warning signs:
Example: Warning of electrical current!
These symbols indicate the type of hazard.
Term definitions
Term
Definition
User
Persons who use the device installed by the manufacturer in its ready-touse version.
Screen
Designation for the image visible within the touchscreen.
Button
Designation for key fields on the touchscreen
EMC
Electromagnetic compatibility with electrical and electromagnetic
influences.
Skilled personnel
Qualified personnel with the appropriate education, training and
experience.
Device
Designation (in these operating instructions) for the TD-16 device.
Machine manufacturer
Persons who install the device in the intended construction (machine) and
who manufacture the ready-to-use version.
Menu
Designation for the structural layout of the user interface.
Touchscreen
Touch-sensitive screen (display) with operating function.
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Table of contents
1
PRODUCT OVERVIEW ......................................................................................................................... 6
1.1
Scope of delivery .................................................................................................................................... 6
1.2
Device versions ...................................................................................................................................... 6
1.3
Properties ............................................................................................................................................... 6
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
General ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Output data ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Inputs .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 6
Outputs ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
2
SAFETY INFORMATION ....................................................................................................................... 7
2.1
Intended use ........................................................................................................................................... 7
2.2
Basic safety information ......................................................................................................................... 7
2.2.1
Transport and storage .................................................................................................................................................................... 7
3
INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................................................... 8
3.1
Hardware installation .............................................................................................................................. 8
3.2
Mains connection ................................................................................................................................... 8
3.3
Oscillating conveyor connection ............................................................................................................. 8
3.4
Fuse protection ....................................................................................................................................... 8
4
OPERATION .......................................................................................................................................... 9
4.1
Explanation of the button and display fields ........................................................................................... 9
4.2
Description of the user levels ............................................................................................................... 10
4.2.1
Structure tree, main menu ............................................................................................................................................................ 10
Structure tree, channel menus 1 and 2 ....................................................................................................................................................... 10
Structure tree, channel menus 1 and 2 ....................................................................................................................................................... 11
4.2.2
Starting level ................................................................................................................................................................................. 11
4.2.3
User level, channels 1, 2 .............................................................................................................................................................. 12
4.3
Menu description .................................................................................................................................. 13
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
Main menu .................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Sensor menu ................................................................................................................................................................................ 14
Actuator menu .............................................................................................................................................................................. 15
Enable menu ................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
*
Channel menu (CHANNEL MENU 1 / CHANNEL MENU 2 )........................................................................................................ 17
Ramp menu .................................................................................................................................................................................. 17
4.4
Error display ......................................................................................................................................... 17
4.4.1
Overtemperature ........................................................................................................................................................................... 17
5
DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL I/OS ........................................................................................... 18
5.1
Operating status ................................................................................................................................... 18
5.2
Enable input.......................................................................................................................................... 18
5.3
Sensor input ......................................................................................................................................... 18
6
TECHNICAL DATA .............................................................................................................................. 19
7
TERMINAL ASSIGNMENTS ............................................................................................................... 20
7.1
Power connection assignments............................................................................................................ 20
8
DIMENSIONS ....................................................................................................................................... 20
9
MAINTENANCE AND CARE ............................................................................................................... 21
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9.1
Regular tests ........................................................................................................................................ 21
9.2
Decommissioning and disposal ............................................................................................................ 21
10
ACCESSORIES AND OPTIONS ......................................................................................................... 22
10.1
The plug connectors listed below are available as accessories: ......................................................... 22
10.2
The connection lines listed below are available as accessories: ......................................................... 22
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1
Product overview
1.1
Scope of delivery


TD-16 software V1.0
Operating instructions
1.2
Device versions
The TD-16 device is a microprocessor-controlled phase-angle controller for actuating two consumers at a frequency of
50/100 Hz, 3000~ / 6000~ vibrations per minute and variable amplitude.
1.3
Properties
1.3.1
General




Two consumer outputs
LCD touchscreen for operation
Mains input voltage compensation
Type of protection IP54
1.3.2




1.3.3


Inputs
Enable input for switching on/off without power
Two sensor inputs with switch-on/off delays in range of 0 to 60 seconds
1.3.4



Output data
Consumer outputs 50 Hz/100 Hz for 3000/6000 vibrations per minute
Power adjustable from 0% to 100% in steps of 1%.
Min. / max. power limits.
Soft start ramp / soft stop ramp adjustable from 0 to 10 seconds
Outputs
Operating notification relay contact 230 V AC / 1 A (changeover contact).
Two consumer outputs for oscillating conveyor
Actuator output +24 V DC
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Safety information
2.1
Intended use
The TD-16 device is a piece of electrical equipment intended for use in supply mechanisms or automation
systems. The device is designed for regulating and controlling oscillating conveyor systems.
The electrical components listed here are called "devices" in the industrial parlance, but are not devices
which can be used or connected or machines in the sense of the "Device safety law", the "EMC law" or the
"EC Machinery Directive", but components. Only when these components are integrated in the construction
of the machine manufacturer is the ultimate mode of operation defined.
The machine manufacturer is responsible for making sure that the construction meets the existing legal
regulations.
2.2
Basic safety information
The following warnings both serve for the personal safety of the user as well as the safety of the described
products and the devices connected to them.
Non-observance can lead to death, serious bodily injury or property damage.
DANGER






Life-threatening danger due to electric shock!
Even after the device is put out of operation by disconnecting the voltage,
there is still dangerous electrical voltage on the internal circuit parts.
 Disconnect the device from the supply voltage before any intervention.
 Before opening the device, wait for at least 30 seconds until the residual
voltage has dissipated.
 Check to make sure there is no voltage before any intervention.
Only skilled electricians may work on electrical equipment.
Before commissioning, make sure that the voltage supply agrees with the nominal values of the device.
Check the electrical equipment of the machine regularly. Deficiencies, such as loose connections,
damaged or scorched lines, must be fixed immediately.
Observe the valid accident prevention and safety regulations for your application.
In particular, observe both the general and the regional installation and safety regulations for working
with dangerous voltages (e.g. EN 50178) as well as the regulations having to do with the proper use of
tools and the use of personal safety equipment.
The Emergency Stop mechanisms must remain in effect in all operating modes. Unlocking the
Emergency Stop mechanisms must not result in uncontrolled reactivation.
2.2.1
Transport and storage
Problem-free and safe operation of this device require proper transport, storage, setup and installation, as
well as careful operation and maintenance.
The device must be protected against mechanical impacts and vibrations during transport and storage.
Protection against moisture, water and impermissible temperatures (see chapter 6 Technical data) must also
be guaranteed.
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Installation
ATTENTION
3.1
If the device is not correctly connected, this can lead to the failure or
complete destruction of the device (and the connected load).
Hardware installation
The TD-16 is designed for installation outside of a control cabinet (IP54 protection).
If the device is mounted on a mounting plate made of metal, it can be installed with its entire area in contact
with the plate or with spacers. If the device is mounted to a thermally non-conductive surface, it is to be
mounted at a distance of at least 10 mm from its surface.
3.2
Mains connection
The mains must be connected according to the valid regulations.
It is connected via the attached Schuko "power" plug.
All touchable, electrically conductive housing parts must be grounded according to the valid regulations.
The connection must be made with at least a 1.0 mm² line cross-section.
3.3
Oscillating conveyor connection
This is connected via sockets "X11" and "X12".
X11 is the output for "Channel 1", X12 is the output for "Channel 2".
The pin assignments are as follows:
Pin 1 Connection for load
Pin 2 Connection for load
PE
Connection for the ground protection conductor
The oscillating conveyors are connected to these connections.
3.4
Fuse protection
The fuse protection on the primary side depends on the line cross-section. However, it must be designed to
have a B10 line protection switch at minimum.
The devices are also protected with internal fuses (F1, 10 A slow-blow).
Caution!:
Leakage currents against PE might occur due to EMC-related suppressor components. These are harmless,
however, when an industry-standard RCD switch is used with a tripping current of 0.3 A.
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Operation
The device is operated via a touchscreen. The corresponding function is executed by touching the respective field on the
touchscreen with a finger or blunt object.
4.1
Explanation of the button and display fields
Status display field
Button as switch
Button as push-button
Figure 1: Screen description
Field
Definition
Status display field
In the status display field, the menu names and error messages are shown.
Button
The term "button" designates the display field on the touchscreen, via which the displayed
function is controlled.
Function: Button as switch:
 If the button is not actuated as a switch, this is shown with a blue background (see
"ON" button in Figure 1).
 If the button is actuated as a switch, this is shown with a white background (see "OFF"
button in Figure 1).
The button (as switch) works with negative button pressure. That means that when the
button is pushed by pressing on the touchscreen, the respective function is executed when
it is released.
Function: Button as push-button:
 If the button is not actuated as a push-button, it is shown with a blue background.
 If the button is actuated as a push-button, this is shown as being "pressed" (shifted
back).
The button (as a push-button) works with negative button pressure. This means that when
the button is pressed, the respective function is only executed when the button is released
again.
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4.2
Description of the user levels
In this chapter, the different user levels will be shown and described.
4.2.1
Structure tree, main menu
Status
Delay On
Menu
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Delay Off
Connect
Actuator
Enable
Enable, internal
External enable
Channel 1
Channel 2
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Structure tree, channel menus 1 and 2
Menu
Menu
Soft start
Soft stop
Set ramp
Power Min
Max power
4.2.2
Starting level
On the starting level, the user can switch the TD-16 on and off. The structure of this screen is described in Table 1.
Screen display
Description
Status bar:
The status bar shows the status of the TD-16.
Display: Ready for operation
Status bar:
The stars represent external input/output signals.



External enable
Sensor 1
Sensor 2



Status, channel 1
Status, channel 2
Status, actuator (actuator)
ON/ OFF button:
The power outputs are activated via the ON button.
The power outputs are deactivated via the OFF button.
Attention: Function is influenced by "enable" settings, see section 4.3.4
Display: ON button not actuated, OFF button actuated
INFO button:
MENU button:
 button:
Branching in the TD-16 information screen.
Branching to the main menu.
Branching to the user levels.
Table 1: Starting level
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4.2.3
User level, channels 1, 2
The user levels channel 1 and channel 2 are identically structured.
In the following Table 2, the structure is described based on the user level channel 1.
Screen display
Description
Display field:
Shows the name of the user level.
ACTIVE button:
Button for activating the channel.
Display: channel is not active
ACTIVE button:
Button for activating the channel.
Display: channel is active
POWER button:
Is branched to the screen for specifying the capacity.
VIBRATIONS button:
Is branched to the screen for specifying the vibrations.
Display fields:
0-100 %:
3000~/6000~:
Display of the current capacity in operation.
Display of the current vibrations.
Channels 1 and 2
 button:
MENU button:
 button:
Branching to the previous level.
Branching to the channel menu.
Branching to the next level.
Table 2: Display of user levels channels 1 and 2
4.2.3.1 Capacity, nominal value specification
In this menu, the capacity can be set via the touchscreen.
Screen display
Description
Set the capacity: On the main screen, press the  button.
 Press once to change channel 1.

Press twice to change channel 2.
Now the screen shown on the left appears for channel 1 and 2.
Call up screen for the power: Press the POWER button.
To increase power: Press or hold the  button.
To reduce power: Press or hold the  button.
Attention: If the minimum capacity "POWER MIN" and the maximum capacity "POWER MAX"
are limited on the channel menu, these limit values are the maximum value 100% and minimum
value 0%.
Then the following function applies: (POWER MIN) => Capacity <=(POWER MAX).
Once input has been made, the value is saved by pressing the SET button and the window is
closed.
Table 3: Capacity nominal value specification menu
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4.2.3.2 Vibration specification
In this menu, the vibration can be set via the touchscreen.
Screen display
Description
Setting the nominal vibration: On the main screen, press the  button.
 Press once to change channel 1.

Press twice to change channel 2.
Now the screen shown on the left appears for channel 1.
Call up screen for the vibrations: Press the VIBRATIONS button.
Press the 3000 vibrations per minute "3000~" button.
Press the 6000 vibrations per minute "6000~" button.
Save nominal value: Pressing the SET button saves it.
The window will close.
Table 4: Nominal vibrations specification menu
4.3
Menu description
4.3.1
Main menu
Screen display
Button
Screen display
MENU
Call up the main menu: Press the MENU button.
Sensor 1
(SENSOR 1)
For branching to sensor menu, see section 4.3.2.
Sensor 2
(SENSOR 2)
For branching to sensor menu, see section 4.3.2.
Actuator
(ACTUATOR)
For branching to actuator menu, see section 4.3.3.
Enable
(ENABLE)
For branching to enable menu, see section 4.3.4.
Table 5: Main menu
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4.3.2
Sensor menu
The two sensor menus 1 and 2 are identical. The following Table 6 shows the structure.
Screen display
Button
MENU
SENSOR 1
SENSOR 2
Status
(STATUS)
Screen display
Press the MENU button.
Press button , until the desired sensor appears.
Select the desired sensor
Sensor input not active
Sensor input active
Switching status N.O. "normally
open", active when contact closed
Sensor input active
Switching status N.C. "normally
closed", active when contact open
On delay
(DELAY ON)
On delay setting (setting range 0.0 s
– 60.0 s)
Off delay
(DELAY OFF)
Off delay setting
(setting range 0.0 s – 60.0 s)
Link (CONNECT)
Sensor X has a link.
Sensor X is linked with channel 1.
Sensor X is linked to channel 2.
*1
Sensor X is linked to channels 1&2.
*1
Table 6: Sensor menu
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4.3.3
Actuator menu
The following Table 7 shows the structure.
Screen display
Button
MENU
ACTUATOR
Screen display
Press the MENU button.
Press  button until "ACTUATOR" appears.
Select actuator
Actuator output switched off.
Actuator output switched on.
Link actuator output to channel 1.
Actuator output becomes active
when channel 1 is active and
inactive after 5 seconds when
channel 1 is switched off.
Table 7: Actuator menu
The time delay for the actuator output is as follows:
The following diagram shows the time curve of the actuator when it is linked with channel 1.
Delay Off 5 s
Channel 1
Actuator output
X
Time
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4.3.4
Enable menu
The following Table 7 shows the structure.
Screen display
Button
MENU
ENABLE
Internal enable
(ENABLE INTERN)
Screen display
Press the MENU button.
Press  button until "ENABLE" appears.
Select actuator
Internal enable inactive.
Internal enable active
External enable
(ENABLE EXTERN)
External enable inactive
External enable active
Switching status N.O. "normally open",
active when contact closed
External enable active
Switching status N.C. "normally
closed", active when contact open
Enable channel 1
(CHANNEL 1)
Enable channel 2
(CHANNEL 2)
Enable channel X inactive
Power output inactive.
Enable channel X active
Power output continuous operation.
Enable channel X active
Power output is controlled via the
ON/OFF button.
Enable channel X active
Power output is controlled via external
signal.
Enable channel X active
Power output is controlled via the
ON/OFF button and external signal.
Table 8: Enable menu
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4.3.5
Channel menu (CHANNEL MENU 1 / CHANNEL MENU 2*)
The channel menus for the power output 1 (X11) and power output 2 (X12) have the same structure. The following Table
9 shows the structure.
Screen display
Button
MENU
Set ramp
(SET RAMP)
Screen display
Press the MENU button.
For branching to the ramp menu, see section 4.3.6
Power minimal
(POWER MIN)
Setting the minimum setpoint
specification for the capacity
(setting range 0-100%).
Power maximal
(POWER MAX)
Setting the maximum setpoint
specification for the capacity
("POWER MIN" setting range
100%).
Table 9: Channel menu
4.3.6
Ramp menu
Screen display
Button
Screen display
Soft start ramp
(SOFT START)
Soft start ramp setting.
(setting range 0.1 s – 10.0 s).
Soft stop ramp
(SOFT STOP)
Soft stop ramp setting.
(setting range 0.1 s – 10.0 s).
Table 10: Ramp menu
4.4
Error display
Description of the errors shown on the screen.
4.4.1
Overtemperature
Screen display
Screen description
When the maximum permissible temperature of the TD-16 is exceeded, this is displayed on the
screen.
In the status bar, "STATUS: OVERHEAT" will appear.
Table 11: Overtemperature error
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Description of the control I/Os
Plug connection
X21
X22
5.1
Designation
External
enable/disable
Sensor 1 /
Sensor 2
X23
Status
output,
channel 1
X24
Actuator output
1: +24 V DC
2: Enable signal
1: +24 V DC
2: 0 V
3: Signal, sensor 2
4: Signal, sensor 1
1: N.O.
2: changeover contact
3: N.C.
1:+24 V DC
2: Actuator output signal
3: 0 V
Operating status
The operating output is designed as a potential-free changeover contact with a maximum loadability of 230 V AC / 6 A.
5.2
Enable input
The enable input is for switching the oscillating conveyor connected to the TD-16 on and off without power.
The enable must be designed via a potential-free contact. (e.g.: external switch)
5.3
Sensor input
The load output of the TD-16 can be switched on/off via a sensor, e.g. filling level sensor.
Via the global menu, the on and off delay times can be set within a range between 0 – 60 sec. The resolution is 0.1
seconds. In the following Figure 2, the time curve is shown graphically.
For the TD-16, there are two sensor inputs available.
Figure 2: Time curve for load output, sensor input
Actuator output
The actuator output of the TD-16 is a digital output, which is freely selectable. See section 4.3.3 Main menu ACTUATOR.
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The output has a voltage of +24 V and a load current of max. 700 mA. The output is short-circuit proof. A constant
overload should be avoided, however.
0V
means that the actuator output is switched off.
+24 V
means that the actuator output is switched on.
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Technical data
Supply voltage:
230 V AC
(other voltages possible after consultation)
Supply voltage tolerance:
± 10 %
Mains frequency:
50 Hz
(other frequencies possible after consultation)
Output current
Channel 1 (CH1)
Channel 2 (CH2)
6A
6A
Output voltage:
0 … 210 V
Enable
Contact 24 V DC
Load current, sensors 1, 2:
24 V DC each, max. 100 mA
Load current, actuator:
24 V DC each, max. 700 mA
Status output, potential-free
changeover contact
Changeover contact, 230 V AC / 6 A
Operation:
Touchscreen
Display:
LCD display, 128x64 pixels
Type of protection:
IP54
Permissible ambient temperature
5°C to 45°C
Permissible relative humidity
max.95 %, non-condensing.
Dimensions:
approx. (h)185 mm x (w)169 mm x (d)115 mm
EMC
Interference emissions and noise immunity in acc. with EN 61000-6-x
max. 10 A
Noise immunity in acc. with EN 61000-4-x
Electrostatic discharge strength (ESD) IEC / EN 61000-4-2
HF irradiation IEC / EN 61000-4-3
("Burst") IEC / EN 61000-4-4
("Surge") IEC / EN 61000-4-5
HF current infeed IEC / EN 61000-4-6
Voltage drop, voltage interruption IEC / EN 61000-4-11
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Terminal assignments
ATTENTION
7.1
8
If the device is not correctly connected, this can lead to the failure or complete
destruction of the device (and the connected load).
Power connection assignments
Plug connection
Power
Designation
Supply voltage
X10
Mains output
X11
Load output
Channel 1
X12
Load output
Channel 2
F1
Fuse
Schuko plug
230 V AC 50 Hz
1: 230 V AC
2: 0 V
PE: PE
1: Load
2: Load
PE: PE
1: Load
2: Load
PE: PE
10 A, slow-blow
Dimensions
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Maintenance and care
9.1
Regular tests
The devices are usually maintenance-free. The electrical equipment of the machines are still to be checked regularly by
skilled electricians.
If it's dirty, clean the touchscreen with a conventional window cleaner and a soft, lint-free cloth.
9.2
Decommissioning and disposal
The device is to be decommissioned by skilled electrical personnel while complying with the valid safety regulations.
The packaging of the converter can be recycled. Please keep the
packaging for later use.
Easily removable screw connections allow the device to be disassembled into its components. These individual
components can be recycled. Please carry out disposal in agreement with the local regulations.
Problematic materials must not be thrown away in the normal waste!
Dispose of problematic materials properly, safely and in an environmentally-friendly manner.
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10 Accessories and options
10.1 The plug connectors listed below are available as accessories:
Function
 Mains output connection
 Enable/disable connection
 Filling level sensor connection
 Operating status output connection
Slot
X10
X21
X22
X23
Article number
91.3300.20
91.3300.70
91.3300.40
91.3200.60
10.2 The connection lines listed below are available as accessories:
Function
 Vibration conveyor connection
 Vibration conveyor connection
 Vibration conveyor connection
 Connection of a filling level sensor
 Connection of a filling level sensor
 Connection of a filling level sensor
 Connection of a filling level sensor
 Connection of a level sensor
 Connection of a level sensor
 Disable connection to a TSM-11
control
 Disable connection to a FSM-137
control or FS-16 / FS-18 / TD-16
control unit
 Disable connection to a FSM-137
control or FS-16 / FS-18 / TD-16
control unit
 Disable connection to a FSM-137
control or FS-16 / FS-18 / TD-16
control unit
 Connection of a sorting air valve
24 V
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Length, line
1.5 m
3m
5m
3 m, straight plug
5 m, straight plug
3 m, angled plug
5 m, angled plug
3 m, angled plug
5 m, angled plug
3m
Slot
X11
X11
X11
X22
X22
X22
X22
X22
X22
X23
Article number
91.4301.20
91.4301.00
91.4301.10
91.4210.01
91.4210.02
91.4210.03
91.4210.04
91.4201.03
91.4201.04
91.4280.01
3m
X23
91.4280.02
5m
X23
91.4280.03
0.3 m
X23
91.4280.04
3 m, angled socket
X24
91.4220.03
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