Operating Instructions USER INTERFACE V1.0

Operating Instructions USER INTERFACE V1.0
Operating Instructions
USER INTERFACE V1.0
POLYTRON® PT 3100 D
READ MANUAL BEFORE STARTING OPERATION!
REMOTE OPERATION OF THE DRIVE USING THE SOFTWARE DOES NOT
RELEASE THE CUSTOMER FROM HIS RESPONSIBILITY TO SUPERVISE
THE UNIT DURING THE PERIOD OF OPERATION.
This is a quality product of
Luzernerstrasse 147a
CH-6014 Luzern
Switzerland
Tel.:
Fax:
e-mail:
+41-41-259 65 65
+41-41-259 65 75
info@kinematica.ch
TABLE OF CONTENT:
1
INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................... 3
1.1
1.2
1.3
2
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS........................................................................................ 3
ORGANISATIONAL MATTERS....................................................................................... 4
WARNING NOTICES ...................................................................................................... 4
SAFETY.................................................................................................................................. 5
2.1
2.2
SUMMARY ...................................................................................................................... 5
SAFETY CONCEPT ........................................................................................................ 5
3
DESCRIPTION OF THE EQUIPMENT.................................................................................... 9
4
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION ..................................................................................... 10
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
INSTALLATION OF THE INTERFACE HARDWARE .................................................... 11
CONNECTING THE DRIVE USING RS-232 INTERFACE......................................... 11
CONNECTING THE DRIVE USING USB INTERFACE ............................................. 12
LOOKING UP THE COM PORT ................................................................................ 16
CONNECTING PT100-TEMPERATURE PROBE ...................................................... 20
INSTALLATION OF THE USER INTERFACE SOFTARE.............................................. 21
DESCRIPTION OF THE SOFTWARE FEATURES ....................................................... 26
MANUAL SPEED ADJUSTING ..................................................................................... 33
SPEED ADJUSTING USING TIME-SPEED-PROFILES................................................ 33
TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT START/STOP ............................................................. 35
DATA-LOGGING TO MS-EXCEL®-TABLES.................................................................. 35
5
MAINTENANCE.................................................................................................................... 36
6
TROUBLE SHOOTING......................................................................................................... 36
7
ACCESORIES ...................................................................................................................... 37
8
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY ............................................................................................ 37
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1 INTRODUCTION
This chapter gives information on the the structure of this document. It will assist you in making
use of it and show how to find the required information quickly.
1.1
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
PLEASE READ THESE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE SWITCHING ON OR
OPERATING THE EQUIPMENT. THEY DESCRIBE THE USE OF THE USER INTERFACE, ITS
INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE.
THEY WILL HELP YOU AVOID ERRONEOUS USE AND SUBSEQUENT DAMAGE.
ALTHOUGH POLYTRON UNITS ARE DESIGNED FOR EASE OF SERVICE, THIS DOES NOT
RELEASE YOU FROM THE OBLIGATION TO INSPECT YOUR EQUIPMENT CAREFULLY AND
TO CLEAN IT THOROUGHLY.
KINEMATICA AG is a specialist manufacturer of machines and equipment for dispersion and
mixing technology.
An important objective of these operating instructions is to fully inform you, the user, about the
correct and safe use of our equipment.
In order to achieve this, it is essential that you should carefully study chapter 2, “Safety”, and follow
the instructions in this book.
1.1.1
RANGE OF VALIDITY
The information in these operating instructions relates to the POLYTRON® identified as follows:
Manufacturer: KINEMATICA AG, CH-6014 Luzern
Brand name:
POLYTRON®
POLYTRON® USER INTERFACE PT 3100 D
Product name:
1.1.2
TARGET AUDIENCE
These operating instructions are intended for all authorised users of
our
machines/equipment. We distinguish different user roles, taking account of the different demands
placed on the user by the activity to be carried out.
You will find the definitions of user roles with the demands on the user in chapter 2, “Safety”. You
can fulfil one or more of these roles, provided that you meet the corresponding demands.
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1.2
ORGANISATIONAL MATTERS
If you are unable to find the answer to any question in the operating instructions, please contact
the equipment manufacturer directly.
1.2.1
LOCATION OF THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
The operating instructions can only be of use to you if you always have them at hand. They should
therefore always be kept at the place where the equipment is used.
1.2.2
MANUFACTURER CONTACT ADDRESS
KINEMATICA AG
Luzernerstr. 147a
CH-6014 Luzern
SWITZERLAND
1.3
Tel.
+41-41-259 65 65
Fax
+41-41-259 65 75
eMail info@kinematica.ch
WARNING NOTICES
THIS SOFTWARE IS JUST MEANT TO USE WITH A PT 3100 D
DISPERGING UNIT. ANY OTHER USAGE IS NOT ALLOWED.
REMOTE OPERATION USING THE SOFTWARE DOES NOT
RELEASE THE CUSTOMER FROM HIS RESPONSIBILITY TO
SUPERVISE THE UNIT DURING THE PERIOD OF OPERATION.
CAUTION!
WHENEVER THE DRIVE IS RUNNING USING REMOTE OPERATION
AND A BRAKEDOWN OF THE CONNECTION OCCURS. THE DRIVE
MUST BE STOPPED MANUALLY BY THE OPERATOR.
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CAUTION!
WHENEVER THE DRIVE IS RUNNING USING REMOTE OPERATION,
IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO WORK AT THE DRIVE OR AT THE
COUPLING – DANFER OF INJURIES!
2 SAFETY
This chapter is directed at all users of KINEMATICA laboratory equipment. It includes information
on safe and optimum use.
2.1
SUMMARY
Any incorrect use of the installed equipment can be dangerous. Inadequately trained users can
cause material damage and personal injury. This chapter informs you about the safety concept and
the requirements for safe and optimum use of the equipment.
All those authorised to operate, service and repair the equipment are required to study chapter 2,
“Safety”.
2.2
SAFETY CONCEPT
The safety concept sets down the entitlement to use the equipment and the responsibilities of the
individual users.
The machines and equipment are designed and constructed according to the state of the art and
the recognised safety rules.
2.2.1
INTENDED USE OF THE EQUIPMENT
The equipment is designed and constructed for the following use:
Dispersion and homogenisation of pumpable fluid products in accordance with the technical
specifications (see point 3.5) and compatibility with the materials coming into contact with
the products.
If you use the equipment for any purpose other than those listed, the manufacturer cannot be held
liable for any resulting damage.
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2.2.2
IMPROPER USE
Any use other than the “intended use” without the written approval of the manufacturer or any
operation outside the technical limits of use is improper use.
2.2.3
USER ROLES
To guarantee safety, we place requirements on the users of the equipment that must be met
without fail. Only persons meeting the requirements are authorised to work with the equipment.
We describe all those who work with the equipment as users. Since the requirements of these
users are very much dependent on their activity, we distinguish the following user roles.
Contract partner:
The manufacturer can impose legal obligations on the contract partner when the equipment is
purchased. The contract partner is obliged to ensure that the equipment is properly used.
Operating company:
The operating company ensures that the equipment is properly used and authorises persons who
are entitled to work with the equipment in any one of the defined user roles. They are under the
obligation to instruct the users.
Note:
Contract partner and operating company can be the same person.
Service technician:
The service technician is an employee of the operating company and looks after the equipment in
special operating mode(s). He is a specialist with mechanical, electrical and electronic
professional training. The service technician undertakes commissioning, decommissioning service
and repair of the equipment. He must be appropriately trained to be able to carry out the service
work required.
Operator:
The operator turns the equipment on and off. In the event of an alarm signal he informs the service
technician.
2.2.4
DANGER AREA
System/equipment
The system danger area includes the whole system/equipment including the connecting lead and
controls.
Proximity danger area
This refers to all areas within a defined distance of the equipment.
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User danger area
This danger area includes all persons working with the equipment.
2.2.5
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
In order that the system/equipment can be used safely and without risk, the users in various roles
bear the responsibility for particular danger areas.
Contract partner:
The contract partner bears the responsibility for the “proximity danger area”.
Operating company:
The operating company bears the responsibility for the “user danger area”. Only those users may
be authorised to operate the system/equipment who fulfil all requirements of the user roles
concerned. In doing so, attention must be paid to the following points:
It is to be ensured that all users of the system/equipment have fully read and understood
chapter 2, “Safety” and act accordingly in a safety-conscious manner.
It is to be ensured that no unauthorised person carries out work with the system/equipment.
It is to be ensured that users are informed of the possible risks and dangers connected with the
system/equipment.
It is to be ensured that those being trained or engaged in general training are under the
permanent supervision of a trained and authorised person.
Service technician:
The service technician bears the responsibility for the “system/equipment danger area”. He
ensures that the system/equipment is at all times free from technical faults, safe and functions
correctly.
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2.2.6
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
Observe the following general safety rules:
follow these operating instructions,
in addition, observe the legal obligations and requirements for accident prevention and
environmental protection of the country in which you operate the equipment,
do not make any modifications to the equipment without the written authorisation of the
manufacturer,
only original replacement parts may be used for repairs,
before any service work on the equipment, it must be ensured that the electrical supply is
switched off,
after any service, maintenance or repair work has been carried out on the system/equipment, it
must be given a test run by the service technician.
depending on the place at which it is installed, circumstances may require that hearing
protection is worn when remaining in the vicinity of the equipment for long periods.
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3 DESCRIPTION OF THE EQUIPMENT
The user interface is designed for controlling the POLYTRON® System with RS232/Modbus
Interface.
The user interface software provides the following features controllable using a personal computer:
o Manual Speed Adjustment
o Free programmable, repeatable TIME-SPEED-profiles for automated work.
o Readout of the product-temperature using a pt100-probe
o Graphical real-time logging-diagrams for displaying process-parameters:
o
Actual Speed[rpm]
Target Speed[rpm]
Input Power[VA]
Output Power[W]
Motor Current[A]
Torque@Shaft[Ncm]
Temperature of product[°C]
Temperature of controller[°C]
Supply voltage[V]
Line Frequency[Hz]
Data-Logging of the process-parameters into MS-Excel®-tables
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The following connection cables will be supplied with the drive PT 3100 D:
RS-232 cable
Connects the PT 3100 D
unit directly with the
computer using the RS232 interface with DB-9
connection (no driver
required)
Order-No.
9342334
Lengths
approx. 1.8 m
Adapter RS232-USB
with USB cable
Connects the PT 3100 D
unit with the computer
using the USB port via
the RS-232 cable (driver
on CDROM)
Order-No.
Lengths
9342216
approx. 0.9 m
4 INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
Before starting the installation procedure, please assure that the following requirements are
fulfilled:
REQUIREMENTS
Free Space on Harddisk
Processor:
Operating System installed
Needed interfaces:
Min. 200 MByte
Min. PENTIUM® CPU with 200 MHz
Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP (Windows® VISTA not tested)
1 x RS232-SERIAL-PORT
or
1 x USB-PORT
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4.1
4.1.1
INSTALLATION OF THE INTERFACE HARDWARE
CONNECTING THE DRIVE USING RS-232 INTERFACE
For connecting the drive to computer using RS-232 interface proceed as follows.
Back side of drive PT 3100 D
To personal
computer’s
RS232 interface
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4.1.2
CONNECTING THE DRIVE USING USB INTERFACE
For connecting the drive to computer using USB interface, the driver of the USB-RS232 cable has
to be installed first. The drivers are supplied on the small CDROM. To install the driver proceed as
follows:
Note:
Please take notice of the installation order. First, run the InstallShield wizard, and then plug in the
USB to Serial adapter.
The following steps will show how to install the device under Windows XP. Basically, the
procedures are also somewhat the same for other Windows operating systems.
1. Power on your computer and boot to Windows.
2. Run or double-click the InstallShield driver setup program “PL-2303 Driver Installer.exe”,
provided on the CDROM. The InstallShield Wizard will be displayed on your screen to
inform you that the PL-2303 USB-to-Serial driver will be installed on your computer. Click
Next to continue and start the installation. See the following sequence of pictures to
proceed:
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After starting “PL-2303 Driver Installer.exe” the following window will occur. Follow the steps as
described
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3. Wait until the InstallShield Wizard informs you that driver installation is successfully
installed. Click the Finish button to close the InstallShield program. If you have plugged the
cable into the PC while running the setup installation, please unplug and replug the cable
for the system to detect the device.
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4. Locate the USB port of your computer and plug in the USB to Serial adapter. Windows
should detect the driver as Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port. Before Windows installs
this, it may prompt you that this device driver has not yet passed Windows XP Logo
compatibility. Click Continue Anyway. Windows will then start to install the driver for the
USB-to-Serial Comm Port.
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4.1.3
LOOKING UP THE COM PORT
To look up the right COM port, where the drive PT 3100 D is connected to, proceed as follows:
Press on START > SYSTEMCONROL.
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Press “SYSTEM” in the SYSTEMCONTROL window, the following window will occur, choose
“Hardware” and press the button “Device Manager”
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Click on “connections” to look up the right COM port where the PT 3100 D is connected.
This port number has to be choosen in the settings menu of “User Interface PT 3100 D”. See page
28 / 16.1
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After having installed the driver for the USB-RS232 cable, proceed as follows for connecting the
required cables
Back side of drive PT 3100 D
RS232 cable
To personal
computer’s USB
interface
RS232-to-USB
cable
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4.1.4
CONNECTING PT100-TEMPERATURE PROBE
For connecting the pt100-temperature probe (optional, order-no. 9115019) to the drive, plug in
the probe into the indicated plug socket.
Back side of drive PT 3100 D
Plug socket
pt100 probe
for
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4.2
INSTALLATION OF THE USER INTERFACE SOFTARE
1. Put the CD-ROM into a CD-ROM-DRIVE
2. Open the CD-ROM directory or wait for Autoload
3. The following window opens.
Click INSTALLATION to install the user interface PT 3100 D.
Click USER MANUAL to open the manual. (Acrobat Reader required)
If needed, click “Acrobat Reader” to install
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4. Follow the steps in the picture, press “NEXT”
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5.
Read the Licence Agreement, indicate “I accept Licence Agreement” and press “NEXT”
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6.
Press “NEXT” and the installation of the software will start.
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7.
Wait while Installation procedure will be performed. Do not turn off the computer during
install.
When the installation is completed, press “FINISH”
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8.
4.3
Restart your System that the User Interface will be activated.
DESCRIPTION OF THE SOFTWARE FEATURES
When your PC has restarted start “PT 3100 D User Interface” as shown bellow:
The following icons will be displayed in your Windows Taskbar:
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The following window will be loaded:
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
7
10
6
11
12
7
14 13
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THE FOLLOWING TABLE DESCRIBES THE FUNCTIONS OF THE FEATURES NO. 1 TO 23:
Feat.
No.
1
2
DESCRIPTION OF THE FUNCTIONS
Clicking this button starts communication with the device. Green light indicates that
communication is activated and ok.
Clicking this button starts a defined TIME-SPEED-profile (see 20)
Clicking this button makes the software looking for an installed pt100-temperature probe.
When the pt100-probe is not connected to the drive the following message will be shown:
3
4
5
6
Clicking this button activates the temperature dependent START/STOP-function in
between the drive will work. (see 21)
The state field indicates any conditions of the drive:
Drive health general indicator: Turns RED if any malfunctions
will be detected or drive is not connected. Turns GREEN if unit
a connection works properly.
Motor Blocked Speedsensor fault: RED if motor is blocked or
speed sensor is damaged.
Motor Temp: Indicates overheating of the motor: Turns
“YELLOW” when motor is heaten up strongly and turns “RED”
when motor is overheated
Controller Overheated: Turns RED when speed controller is
overheated
Overload indicator: Turns RED when drive cannot achieve
target speed.
Line Overvoltage: Turns RED when overvoltage from the
mains supply is detected
Line Undervoltage: Turns RED when undervoltage form the
mains supply is detected
Line Syc. fault: Turns RED when frequency of the supply
voltage is out of normal range
Clicking this button will erase the graphical data-logging to restart at the beginning (see
12)
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Checkboxes for choosing parameters to be logged graphically. Two parameters can be
visualized graphically at the same time.
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
With this controller the speed can be adjusted. Move the mouse-indicator over the speedindicator (blue), press the mouse button and move the indicator for adjusting a desired
speed.
Clicking the UPDATE-button will send the adjusted speed to drive.
Speed scale from 0 to 30’000 RPM
In this textbox the a desired speed can be entered manually
This is area used for the visual data logging consisting of a horizontal TIME-axis and 2
vertical axis where the parameters SPEED, OUTPUT-POWER, MOTOR-CURRENT and
TEMPERATURE OF THE PRODUCT will be indicated. SPEED will always be indicated,
others are optional to choose.
The RESET-button will be used for resetting the drive after critical stops and errors such as
blocking, overheating & spin start fault
The STOP-button will stop the drive and the data logging at run-time.
For quitting the User Interface click as follows:
15
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By clicking on SETTING the following window will 16.1: In this field your serial port
number for the drive can be set.
be opened:
(see chapter 4.1.3 to learn how to
detect you serial port number)
16.2: In this field the baud rate is
indicated.
16.1
Click OK when SETTINGS are done.
16.2
16.3: In this field you can choose your
directory for saving logged ExcelTables
16.4: In this field you can adjust the
logging frequency. As default the
parameters will be logged to the Exceltable every second.
16
16.4
16.3
Click OK when SETTINGS are done.
16.5: Choose your preferred unit for
the TIME-axis (see 12): “seconds” or
“minutes”
16.5
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Save and load TIME-SPEED-profiles (see 20)
17
Profiles will be saved using the “.txt”-format.
18 Clicking this button provides information about the version & the manufacturer.
19 The STATIC-page is visible at first after having started the User Interface.
On this page you can define TIME-SPEED-profiles and save them to your harddisk (see 17):
20
20.1
20.2
20.3
The time-speed steps can be entered as shown in the example above.
20.1: Line for entering point of time when the drive shall accelerate to another speed value
20.2: Line for entering the speed which the drive will accelerate for
20.3: To erased a profile, click RESET-button.
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In this page you can enter 2 values for defining a temperature-range for the product wherein
the drive will work. As far as the product temperature gets outside of the min/max range the
drive stops. To use this feature the pt100-probe has to be plugged in the PT-MR 3100 D
drive.
21
On this page every parameter can be viewed as plain text.
The State [Hex] field will be used for maintenance purposes and is not relevant for normal
operation.
22
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4.4
MANUAL SPEED ADJUSTING
Assure that your drive system is turned on and the installation & cabling is done according to the
scheme in chapter 4.1:
1. If the drive is not yet connected, please press button (1) to connect to the drive system.
2. Use the reference-speed knob (8) to set your desired speed or type your desired speed in
the box below (11).
3. Press UPDATE to (9) execute. The drive should now change the speed to the set value.
4. For altering the speed again proceed with step 2.
5. To stop the drive instantly, press the STOP-button (14).
4.5
SPEED ADJUSTING USING TIME-SPEED-PROFILES
Assure that your drive System is turned on and the installation & cabling is done according to the
scheme in chapter 4.1. The time-speed profile consists of a sequence from TIME/SPEED records.
Every TIME/SPEED points means a change to this “SPEED” at this “POINT OF TIME”. So the
entered values are POINTS OF TIME when the speed will be changed to the desired value. The
speed will remain at a constant value until the next POINT OF TIME and so on. The TIME-POINTS
are absolute time-values not delta-values. The desired unit (min or sec) can be adjusted in the
menu SETTINGS (16)
To define a time-speed-profile proceed as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press Button (1) to connect to the drive system.
Enter the time-points in the box (20.1)
o Click into the desired box using the mouse pointer.
o Enter the value using your keyboard.
o Press ENTER on your keyboard to confirm value
Enter the speed in the associated box (20.2) below.
o Click into the desired box using the mouse pointer.
o Enter the value using your keyboard.
o Press ENTER on your keyboard to confirm value
Repeat steps 2. & 3. to generate any specific speed profile. The profile will be visualized in
the window.
Press (2) to execute the profile.
REMOTE OPERATION THE DRIVE USING TIME-SPEED PROFILES
DOES NOT RELEASE THE CUSTOMER FROM HIS RESPONSIBILITY
TO SUPERVISE THE UNIT DURING THE PERIOD OF OPERATION.
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To receive a valid profile there must always be entered a time and a speed-value as a pair. A
speed value without corresponding time value lead to invalid profile – and vice versa. See example
as follows:
ok
ok
wrong!
Speed value
is missing.
The following error message will occur when the above profile will be executed.
See example for a correct speed profile:
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4.6
TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT START/STOP
Click the Temperature Limits Register (21). You can define your temperature limits. Press the
Temperature Limits Button (4) to activate this feature. The drive stops whenever the temperature of
your product is out of the defined range.
DATA-LOGGING TO MS-EXCEL®-TABLES
4.7
Every time a job according to chapter 4.4 or 4.5 will be started, the data-logging into a Excel®-table
will be activated in the background.
The following data will be logged:
Actual Speed[rpm]
Target Speed[rpm]
Input Power[VA]
Output Power[W]
Motor Current[A]
Torque@Shaft[Ncm]
Temperature of product[°C]
Temperature of controller[°C]
Supply voltage[V]
Line Frequency[Hz]
Operating hours[h]
State
Button-Log
Before starting, a directory for saving the logged-data should be defined using feature
(16.3)
The data-file has always the name “LOGDATA.CSV” and must be opened using MSEXCEL®.
When a job is done or STOP will be pressed, logging will be stopped too.
For every new start of a job according to chapter 4.4 or 4.5 the logging-function will write
data into the next row after the last STOP in the table.
The automatically generated logfile “Logdata.csv” has to be closed . If not the values will
not be written into the logfile.
To save a table and avoid overwritting, the table can just to be renamed.
The “Logdata.csv” can be deleted at any time when no job is in progress. Whenever a job
will be started and no “Logdata.csv”-file exists it will be generated automatically.
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5 MAINTENANCE
Make sure that the provided hardware will not be subjected to high temperatures or humidity.
6 TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
The following message opens
when trying to connect to the
drive.
The following message opens
when trying to connect to ext.
temperature probe.
The following message opens
when trying to connect to the
drive.
Data will not be logged to the
Excel table
REASON
CORRECTIVE MEASURES
Drive not turned on
Wrong COM/USB
port adjusted.
Check that the drive is turned on.
Check and correct the serial port
number for the drive.
Defective
cable/adapter
connection cable
Replace the defective cable/adapter.
Pt100 probe not
connected
Assure that the hardware is connected
exactly.
Pt100 probe
defective
Check pt100 probe, if necessary replace
defective probe.
Wrong COM/USB
port adjusted
Check and correct the serial port
number
COM/USB port
does not exist
Check and correct the serial port
number for the drive.
COM/USB port is
occupied and
should be reset
Check the ports for occupation. If this
does not helped, shut down & restart the
computer
Table “Logdata.csv” Close “Logdata.csv” and restart your
is opened in Excel. job.
For problems related to the drive, see corresponding manual.
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7 ACCESORIES
pt100 probe
For
measuring
the
product
temperature. The probe can be
plugged into connection on the back
side of the drive
Order-No.
9115019
Lengths
Approx. 2 m
8 DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY
In case of any accident caused by misapplication of the software and/or hardware by the user,
KINEMATICA AG or its representations will not assume any liability for possible remote damages.
The owner/operator has assure that the system will be operated according to the guidelines in the
stated in the operating instructions.
REMOTE OPERATION OF THE DRIVE USING THE SOFTWARE
DOES NOT RELEASE THE CUSTOMER FROM HIS RESPONSIBILITY
TO SUPERVISE THE UNIT DURING THE PERIOD OF OPERATION.
KINEMATICA AG
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Operating Instructions User Interface PT 3100 D english / Release 1.0
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