RZR 2051 control RZR 2052 control RZR 2102 control RZR 2102

RZR 2051 control RZR 2052 control RZR 2102 control RZR 2102
RZR 2051 control
RZR 2052 control
RZR 2102 control
RZR 2102 control Z
Betriebsanleitung
Instruction Manual
Mode d’Emploi
Instrucciones de
Empleo
Istruzioni per l'uso
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DEUTSCH
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ENGLISH
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FRANÇAISE
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ESPAÑOL
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ITALIANO
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Thank you for purchasing a Heidolph Instruments product. This item has been designed, made and inspected in compliance with DIN EN ISO 61010 for long-term and flawless operation.
SUMMARY
Summary ................................................................................................................................................. 16
standard hardware & accessories ........................................................................................................ 17
general information ................................................................................................................................ 18
Safety information .................................................................................................................................. 18
set-up....................................................................................................................................................... 19
operation and controls........................................................................................................................... 20
Turn item ON ............................................................................................................................................ 20
Speed setting............................................................................................................................................ 20
Torque display .......................................................................................................................................... 21
Interfaces.................................................................................................................................................. 22
Protective equipment................................................................................................................................ 24
cleaning & servicing............................................................................................................................... 25
disassemble & storage .......................................................................................................................... 25
disposal ................................................................................................................................................... 25
troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................................... 25
specifications.......................................................................................................................................... 26
warranty, liability & copyright ............................................................................................................... 28
questions / repair work .......................................................................................................................... 28
CE-declaration of conformity ................................................................................................................ 28
Important information
Advice about power cord / mains supply
Caution: mandatory action
Caution: fire- and explosion hazard
Advice about maintenance / repair
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STANDARD HARDWARE & ACCESSORIES
Standard Hardware
quantity
P/N
230 V / 50/60 Hz
P/N
115 V / 50/60 Hz
RZR 2051 control or
1
501-20511-00
501-20511-01
RZR 2052 control or
1
501-20521-00
501-20521-01
RZR 2102 control or
1
501-21021-00
501-21021-01
RZR 2102 control Z
1
501-21024-00
501-21024-01
support rod
1
22-02-14-01-08
22-02-14-01-08
2,5 mm Allen key
1
02-07-01-01-04
02-07-01-01-04
3,0 mm Allen key
1
02-07-01-01-02
02-07-01-01-02
10.5 mm chuck
1
509-02000-00
509-02000-00
10.5 mm chuck (only RZR 2102 control Z)
1
11-001-001-56-0
11-001-001-56-0
T-handle (for chuck)
1
02-07-03-01-02
02-07-03-01-02
Instruction Manual
1
01-005-002-95
01-005-002-95
Product
Accessories & Stirring tools (optional)
Product
P/N
Stand
570-12000-00
Clamp
570-22000-00
protective sheath
509-08000-00
flexible stirrer coupling shaft
509-03000-00
interface extension (IN)
591-41000-00
remote control
591-40000-00
RS232- St15/Bu9 interface cable(stirrer – PC)
14-007-045-17
SUB-HDD 15 interface connector ass'y. (for connecting analog interface)
14-010-009-24
stirring paddle BR 10
509-10000-00
stirring paddle BR 11
509-11000-00
stirring paddle BR 12
509-12000-00
stirring paddle BR 13
509-13000-00
stirring paddle BR 14
509-14000-00
prop-type stirring paddle PR 30
509-30000-00
prop-type stirring paddle PR 31
509-31000-00
prop-type stirring paddle PR 32
509-32000-00
prop-type stirring paddle PR 33
509-33000-00
turbine TR 20
509-20000-00
turbine TR 21
509-21000-00
half moon HR 18
509-18000-00
anchor AR 19
509-19000-00
prop-type stirring paddle PR 39
509-39000-00
enclosure NS 29/32
509-09000-00
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Unpack your item carefully.
Inspect for damage and report such damage or missing parts to your supplier right away.
Read your Instruction Manual carefully. Take time to save time when working with your product.
Make sure that every user has read and understood the Instruction Manual.
Please store the Instruction Manual in a place easily accessible to every user.
IF ALL ELSE FAILS, READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS !
A so-called EURO-plug (DIN 49441 CEE 7/VII 10/ 16 A 250 V) is standard on all of the products.
For the Continental US they feature a US-standard plug (NEMA Pub.No.WDI.1961 ASA C 73.1 .
1961 page 8 15A 125V).
For using the item in a country with deviating outlet / plug systems, we recommend to use approved adapters or to have an electrician replace the standard plug with one suiting your needs.
As shipped, the item features a protective ground wire. When replacing the original plug, make
sure to reconnect this protective ground wire in the new plug !
SAFETY INFORMATION
Please comply with all safety and accident-prevention regulations as in force for laboratory work !
Use extra care when working with flammable substances; refer to safety data sheets.
When connecting your item with your local power supply, please make sure your item is
designed for your local voltage; go by the data plate on the item.
Turn your power switch OFF whenever the item is not used, or before disconnecting the
plug.
Repair work is limited to technicians approved by Heidolph Instruments.
Use extra care when working in the vicinity of flammable and explosive substances. Motors are of non-sparking type, the item itself however is not explosion-proof.
Please connect your stirrer with a protective-ground outlet only.
Please strictly comply with current safety regulations for machines exposing rotating
shafts.
Your item needs a solid stand.
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SET-UP
1. Install stand
make sure the indent (A) of the rod is in line with threaded pin (B). Install
stand in hole (C) in the rear of the item. Secure (pull tight) threaded pin (B)
using Allen key (D).
B
D
C
A
E F
H
G
2. Install chuck
make sure the indent (E) in the drive shaft is in line with threaded pin (F)
in the chuck. Secure threaded pin (F) with Allen key (H) in your hardware bag.
L
K
J
I
3. Install stirrer on stand
Install clamp (I) on stand (J).
Now introduce stirrer attaching rod (K) into clamp (I).
Adjust position and secure (pull tight) with two clamp screws (L).
L
M
G
N
4. Install stirring tool
Introduce stirring tool (N) in chuck (G), put in place and secure with Thandle (M). Immersion depth of your stirring tool (N) is adjusted by displacing the tool in and out in the open (G) chuck (except RZR 2102 control Z)
Refer to arrow mark.
G
5. Install flexible coupling shaft (P/N 509-03000-00)
Hold the flexible coupling shaft (O) in the chuck (G) by its metallic stud (P)
and secure with T-handle. At this point introduce stirring tool’s (N) shaft end
in collet (Q) and pull tight (CW turn).
When using the flexible coupling shaft make
sure to install an adequate run-out protection,
e.g. our enclosure (P/N 509-09000-00)
P
O
Q
N
S
S
R
6. Install shaft guard (P/N 509-08000-00)
A shaft guard (R) is available as an extra safety protection feature.
This guard tube is held by 2 ea. screws (S) located at the top of the
stirrer chuck.
This guard, attached to the stirrer housing, is used to protect the
user from being hurt by the fast-spinning shaft.
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OPERATION AND CONTROLS
1. Turn item ON
2
1
1
2
2
9
10
8
1
4
4
4
5
5
5
RZR 2051 control
RZR 2052 control
RZR 2102 control
RZR 2102 control Z
Set speed control (4) to its extreme left position (CCW). When turning the power switch (1) ON, the following info will appear in the display (5)
Heidolph
RZR V2.X
followed by speed and torque; at standstill, „rpm“ in line 1 will change between rpm and OFF, which
means the item is ready to go.
2. Speed setting
2.1 RZR 2051 control, RZR 2052 control, RZR 2102 control and RZR 2102 control Z
At standstill of the item, speed may be preselected with the rotary speed control (4). RZR 2051 control
speed range includes 50 – 2000 rpm, the RZR 2051 control features 30 – 1000, the RZR 2102 control
features 12 – 400 and 60 – 2000 in 2 ranges and the RZR 2102 control Z features 4 – 108 and 17 – 540
in 2 ranges. Speed selected appears in line 1 of display (5).
Hitting the ON/OFF key (2), the stirrer is going to speed-up to the level selected, after a short pause.
Acceleration is smooth, thus preventing the medium from splashing.
Whenever changing speed with rotary control (4) while running, display is going to show nominal speed.
For convenience, nominal speed is displayed with the "% „ prefix. This prefix disappears, when actual
speed is displayed !
2.2 RZR 2102 control and RZR 2102 control Z
This stirrer features two different speed ranges:
RZR 2102 control:
range I: 12 – 400 rpm
range II: 60 – 2000 rpm
RZR 2102 control Z:
range I: 4 – 108 rpm
range II: 17 – 540 rpm
Transmission ratio is obtained with the RANGE key (8). Speed range actually selected is displayed by
an LED (9 or 10).
At standstill, speed may be selected with the speed control (4), within both speed ranges (I or II). In
standby mode, the display (5) shows the speed value (set-mode).
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Change speed range, RZR 2102 control and RZR 2102 control Z
Select your speed range with the RANGE key (8). LEDs (9) and (10) confirm the range selected. When
switching from range I to II, stirring speed is multiplied by factor five.
Note:
To avoid splashes (in particular when open containers are
used), speed range cannot be changed unless the item
has been turned OFF before.
How to proceed:
•
turn stirrer OFF with ON/OFF key (2)
•
turn speed control (4) to its extreme left position (CCW)
(= low speed)
•
change speed with key (8)
•
turn item ON with ON/OFF key (2)
•
set speed with speed control (4)
•
speed appears in display (5), line 1
You may change from range II to range I at any time without any extra precautions necessary.
2
1
1
2
2
9
10
8
1
7
7
4
4
7
4
5
5
5
RZR 2051 control
RZR 2052 control
RZR 2102 control
RZR 2102 control Z
3. Torque display
Both stirrers feature a digital display (5) for stirring torque (line 2). Before measuring, you need to „zero“
your torque display ( = 0,0 Ncm), to benefit of the highest accuracy available from this system (refer to
stipulations below). This is of particular importance, when changing stirrer speed.
How to „zero“ the torque display:
• allow the stirrer to warm at max. speed for about 20 minutes.
• define speed needed for your particular job
• select standby mode with the ON/OFF key (2)
• lift stirring tool with stirrer out of the medium, or remove stirring tool from chuck (refer to para. 4 „setup“). This way, the motor won’t be able to build up any torque while spinning.
• turn item ON with ON/OFF key (2)
• with the motor running, hit the „cal“ key (7), display (5) is going to change to „0,0“ Ncm in line 2
• turn the item OFF, re-install stirring tool in (refer to para. 4 „set-up“), or immerse your system in the
medium again
• at this point you have an accurate torque reading
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4. Interfaces
4.1 Interface connection
Turn power switch (1) to OFF before attempting to connect an interface.
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To connect your interface, you will need an interface cable with SUBHDD 15 connector which fits the socket (11) located in the item’s rear
panel.
For more information about wiring order, refer to „analog interface and
serial RS 232 interface“ diagram.
Only connect but the wires shown to
avoid malfunction of your interface
Serial RS 232 interface
stirrer end
PC end ( COM x )
SUB-HDD 15 plug
e.g. Mc Murdo HDE15PTD
SUB-D 9 socket
e.g. Mc Murdo SDE9ST
1
2
TXD
RXD
2
3
RXD
TXD
5
GND
5
GND
P/N (options): 14-007-045-17-0 RS232- St15/Bu9 interface cable
analog interface 0 – 10 V
stirrer end
user-defined end
SUB-HDD 15 plug
e.g. Mc Murdo HDE15PT
plug connectors
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
GND
speed out 0-10V
torque out 0-10V
GND for 0 -10V out
12 V / 20 mA (non regulated)
Start/Stop in (Start = connect with pin 10)
Alarm contact ( 24 V / 100mA )
Alarm contact (potential-free)
P/N (options): 14-010-009-24-0 SUB-HDD 15 plug ass'y.
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4.2 Serial RS 232 interface
This type of interface allows to control your stirrer with a PC. For connecting the serial interface, please
refer to 4.1.
Interface commands
OUT
IN
command action
r
speed [rpm] OUT –
command action
Rxxxx
select speed (1-4 digits)
(enter with CR-key)
A
range II
s
nominal speed [rpm]OUT
m
Torque [Nmm] OUT
B
range I
f
display error status:
No Error!
Motor Error!
Motor Temperature!
C
delete error mode- motor restart
D
RC OFF, motor control uses
rheostat
set „0“-reference mark for
speed OUT information
N
Interface parameter: 9600 baud, no parity, 8 bit, 1 stop bit
4.3 Analog interface 0 – 10 volts
OUT
The analog 0-10 volts interface sends torque and speed information. For connecting the analog interface, please refer to 4.1.
OUT:
RZR 2051
0 rpm = 0V
50 – 2000 rpm = 0,25V – 10V
RZR 2052
0 rpm = 0V
RZR 2102
Range I
Range II
30 – 1000 rpm = 0,3V – 10V
0 rpm = 0V
12 – 400 rpm = 0,3V – 10V
60 – 2000 rpm = 0,3V – 10V
RZR 2102 Z
Range I
Range II
0 rpm = 0V
4 – 108 rpm = 0,3V – 10V
17 – 540 rpm = 0,3V – 10V
0 – 20
Ncm = 0V – 10V
0 – 100 Ncm = 0V – 10V
0 – 200 Ncm = 0V – 10V
0 – 40 Ncm = 0V – 10V
0 – 740 Ncm = 0V – 10V
0 – 150 Ncm = 0V – 10V
Interface extensions (IN); P/N 591-41000-00
refer to options section
Using an interface extension card, nominal speed of the stirrer can be triggered at 4 – 20 mA.
RC (remote control) (P/N 591-40000-00)
An ON/OFF remote control is optional.
Remote control allows ON/OFF mode of the stirrer (same as On/Off key)
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5. Protective equipment
5.1 Overload LED
The stirrer features and extra overload LED (6) that will light in an overload situation. To get higher
torque out of the item, overload operation is acceptable for a short period of time. After extended overload operation, a built-in thermal circuit breaker will disconnect the item automatically.
the overload LED (6) must not light during continuous operation; the item will be cut-off
automatically after a short time!
5.2. Thermal overload protection
The stirrer features built-in overheat protection. If the item is getting too hot, either by overload (refer to
5.1) or high ambient temperatures, it will be disconnected automatically. The following error prompt appears in the display (5):
XXX rpm/off
OV-Temp!
Allow item to cool-off. As soon as temperature drops to an acceptable level, display (5) will read:
XXX rpm/off
Mot-Err!
Hitting the ON/OFF key (2), the item will return to normal operation, running at speed set.
5.3. Mechanical overload protection
In case of an overload situation including excessive torque (refer to torque graph under "Specifications"),
or by stuck stirrer shaft, the stirrer is going to disconnect automatically.
Display (5) reads:
XXX rpm/off
OV-Temp!
After 90 seconds, display (5) reads:
XXX rpm/off
Mot-ERR!
When having fixed the problem, hit ON/OFF key (2) for re-start. Item will return to normal operation, running at speed set.
2
2
2
6
6
6
5
5
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CLEANING & SERVICING
Cleaning: wipe housing clean with a damp cloth (add some sort of mild liquid soap).
Note
To avoid damage to the surface finish, avoid using chlorine bleach, chlorinebased detergents, abrasive substances, ammonia, rags or cleaning agents containing metal particles.
The item is maintenance-free. Repair work is limited to technicians approved or appointed by Heidolph
Instruments. Please call your local Heidolph Instruments Dealer or a Heidolph Instruments Field Representative (also refer to page 28)
DISASSEMBLE & STORAGE
Disassamble (refer to page 19, „set-up“)
Turn the item OFF and pull power plug.
To disassamble the item easely, remove all flasks, containers or other appliances in the vicinity of the
stirrer.
Open chuck with T-handle and remove stirring tool.
Unlock clamp and remove stirrer head from head clamp.
With 2,5 mm Allen key loosen threaded pin and remove chuck. With the 3 mm Allen key loosen and remove stand rod.
Forward & Store
1. We recommend to store the item and its components in its original box, or a similar container that
offers adequate protection against damage in transit. Tape the box securely.
2. Store the item in a dry place.
Caution
Do not jolt or shake the item during transport.
DISPOSAL
For disposal, please comply with your local or national regulations.
Split by metal, plastic, etc.
Packing material to be treated as described above (material split).
TROUBLESHOOTING
1. power switch dim
– check power supply and power cord
2. won’t stir:
– safety installation intervened, refer to display reading (refer to 5 „safety installations“)
– interface connection miswired (refer to 4 „interfaces“)
3. speed selector (range II) won’t work:
– will work at standstill only (refer to 2 „speed setting“)
In case of a malfunction and you cannot correct with above instructions, contact your authorized Heidolph Instruments Dealer.
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SPECIFICATIONS
power dissipation (nom. load) RZR 2051 control
power dissipation (nom. load) RZR 2052 control
RZR 2102 control
RZR 2102 control Z
power rating, motor, RZR 2051 control
power rating, motor, RZR 2522 control
RZR 2102 control
RZR 2102 control Z
dimensions (in mm) RZR 2051 control
dimensions (in mm) RZR 2052 control
RZR 2102 control
dimensions (in mm) RZR 2102 control Z
weight RZR 2051 control
weight RZR 2052 control
weight RZR 2102 control
weight RZR 2102 control Z
operating temperature
storage temperature
relative humidity
protection class
Torque
speed range
RZR 2051 control
RZR 2052 control
RZR 2102 control
RZR 2102 control Z
serial interface
analog interface, (OUT), 0 – 10 volts
interface extension (IN)
4 – 20 mA; 0 – 10 volts
remote control
stirrer coupling RZR 2051 control, RZR 2052 control and RZR 2102 control
stirrer coupling RZR 2102 control Z
stirrer attaching system
motor protector
pilot light, „item ON“
shaft guard
BCI/TVI suppression
operational mode
display
measuring range, display
Resolution
P = 80 watts
P = 140 watts
P = 140 watts
P = 140 watts
P = 50 watts
P = 100 watts
P = 100 watts
P = 100 watts
72 wide; 206 high; 176 deep
82 wide; 211 high; 176 deep
82 wide; 292 high; 176 deep
2.8 kg
3.7 kg
3.7 kg
4.7 kg
0 – 40 °C
- 20 to + 80 °C
95 % (avoid reaching dewpoint)
IP 40
refer to graphs below
50 – 2000 rpm
30 – 1000 rpm
step 1: 12 – 400 rpm
step 2: 60 – 2000 rpm
step 1: 4 – 108 rpm
step 2: 17 – 540 rpm
RS 232
torque and speed
speed and speed range (optional)
ON/OFF (optional)
10,5 mm chuck, drive shaft features bore to hold tool shafts
of up to 10 mm dia.
10,5 mm chuck, drive shaft don’t features bore to hold tool
shafts.
13 mm dia. Rod (stand)
thermal circuit breaker disconnects motor in an overload
situation (permanent cut-off);
RESET with ON/OFF key
power switch (GREEN)
fits shaft guard (optional)
complies with EN 50081
100% continuous
8-digit LCD, 2 lines, 5.6 mm high characters
4 – 2000 rpm / 0-700 Ncm
1 rpm / 0,1 Ncm
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Torque graphs
RZR 2051 control
45
40
Torque [Ncm]
35
30
25
20
15
10
- - - peak overload
continuous
5
0
0
400
800
1200
1600
2000
800
1000
1600
2000
Speed [rpm]
Torque [Ncm]
RZR 2052 control
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
- - - peak ovwerload
continuous
0
200
400
600
Speed [rpm]
RZR 2102 control
450
400
Torque [Ncm]
350
gear 1
300
250
- - - peak overload
continuous
200
150
gear 2
100
50
0
0
400
800
1200
Speed [rpm]
RZR 2102 control Z
900
800
- - - peak overload
continuous
Torque [Ncm]
700
gear 1
600
500
400
300
200
100
gear 2
0
0
100
200
300
Speed [rpm]
27
400
500
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WARRANTY, LIABILITY &
COPYRIGHT
Note
If you are based in the United States of
America, please contact Heidolph US:
Warranty
Heidolph Instruments guarantees warranty that the
present product shall be free from defects in material (except wear parts) and workmanship for 3
years from the date shipped off the manufacturer’s
warehouse.
Transit damage is excluded from this warranty.
To obtain such warranty service, contact Heidolph
Instruments (Tel.: +49 - 9122 - 9920-68) or your
local Heidolph Instruments Dealer. If defects in
material or workmanship are found, your item will
be repaired or replaced at no charge.
Misuse, abuse, neglect or improper installation are
not covered by this warranty guarantee..
Alterations to the present warranty guarantee need
Heidolph Instruments’ consent in writing.
Exclusion Clause
Heidolph Instruments cannot be held liable for
damage from improper use or misuse. Remedy for
consequential damage is excluded.
Heidolph Instruments LLC
Lab Equipment Sales
2615 River Rd.
Cinnaminson, NJ 08077
Phone: 856-829-6160
Fax: 856-829-7639
E-Mail: [email protected]
Safety Information
When shipping items for repair that may
have been contaminated by hazardous
substances, please:
advise exact substance
take proper protective meason to
ensure the safety of our receiving
and service personnel
mark the pack IAW Hazardous Materials Act
Copyright
Copyright in pictures and wording of the present
Instruction Manual is held by Heidolph Instruments.
QUESTIONS / REPAIR WORK
If any aspect of installation, operation or maintenance remains unanswered in the present Manual,
please contact the following address:
For repair services please call Heidolph Instruments (phone: +49 - 9122 - 9920-68) or your local,
authorized Heidolph Instruments Dealer.
CE-DECLARATION OF
CONFORMITY
We herewith declare that the present product
complies with the following standards and harmonized documents:
EMC Directive:
EN 50 081-1:1992
EN 61000-3-2:1995+prA14:2000
EN 61000-3-3:1995
EN 61000-4-2:1995
EN 61000-4-3:1996
EN 61000-4-4:1995
EN 61000-4-5:1995
EN 61000-4-6:1996
EN 61000-4-8:1993
EN 61000-4-11:1994
Note
You will receive approval for sending your
defective item to the following address:
Heidolph Instruments GmbH & Co. KG
Lab Equipment Sales
Walpersdorfer Str. 12
D-91126 Schwabach / Germany
Tel.: +49 – 9122 - 9920-68
Fax: +49 – 9122 - 9920-65
E-Mail: [email protected]
Low-voltage Directive (73/23/EEC):
EN 61010-1
EN 61010-2-051
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