S662 Preset Batch/Dual Counter Batch/Dual Counter

Batch/Dual Counter
S662 Preset Batch/Dual Counter
Easily Programmed from the Front Panel
Software Functions Include:
Password
Display Scaling
Set Point Programming
Decimal Point Selection
Screw Terminal Connectors for Easy Installation
Rugged, High-Impact Plastic Case Fits Standard 1/8 DIN
Cutout
3.24” (82mm) for Restricted Space Behind Panel
Remote Reset Capability
Input Variety: Quadrature, Switch, TTL, CMOS, NAMUR,
PNP, NPN
The S662 is a multi-function counter that can be easily configured to operate either in a dual mode or in a
totalizing/batch mode, each with separate scaling and reset
functions. When functioning in the dual mode, full direction
control is maintained for the totalizing and batch counts. In
the totalizing batch mode, the secondary value (batch
count) is incremented after the primary totalizing count has
completed its cycle.
The S662 is compactly designed and features a standard
1/8 DIN case made of PBT-ABS alloy. Screw terminals are
standard for easy installation and removal of the meter.
The counter is powered from 120 or 240VAC and has a
non-volatile EEPROM to retain all programming and count
information when the power source is removed or interrupted. An optional 12VDC (100mA) excitation output module
can provide power for external sensors.
Optional field-replaceable single/dual relay modules
enhance the counter from a passive display device to an
integral control element for your application. This versatile
counter has latching, boundary or timed (0.01 to 599.99
seconds) output modes.
Installation and Panel Cutout
1.77"
45mm
3.56
90.7mm
3.62"
92mm
Engineering Label
Mounting Requirements
The S660 series 1/8 DIN counters require a panel cutout of 1.77"
(45mm) high by 3.62" (92mm) wide. To install the counter into a panel
cutout, remove the clips from the side of the meter. Slide the meter
through your panel cutout, then slide the mounting clips back on the
meter. Press evenly to ensure a proper fit.
0.52"
13.2mm
3.93"
99.8mm
3.24"
82.3mm
2.04"
51.8mm
1.76"
44.7mm
Engineering Label Placement
If replacement of the engineering unit label is required, place the tip of a
ball-point pen into the small hole at the base of the engineering label in
the bezel. Slide the label up until it pops out. Grasp and remove. Slide
the new label half the distance in, then use the ball-point pen to slide it
down into place.
Specifications
DISPLAY
Type: 6-digit, 7-segment, red LED
Height: 0.56" (14.2mm)
Decimal Point: User-programmable
Count Direction: “+” indication implied,
“-” indication displayed
Display Range: -99,999 to +999,999
Output Indicators: 1 and 2
POWER REQUIREMENTS
AC Voltages: 120, 240VAC, ±10%
Power Consumption: 3VA
INPUT RATINGS
Current Sinking: 10K⍀ 5% Resistor pull-up to
(9.0 - 16VDC) ⫾10%
Current Sourcing: 5.1K⍀ 5% Resistor pulldown to common
Minimum Pulse Width: ~5␮s
Low Pass Filter: <200Hz
Low Bias: VLT = 1.6V ⫾10%
VUT = 3.6V ⫾10%
High Bias: VLT = 5.0V ⫾10%
VUT = 7.0V ⫾10%
Count Rate: 20KHz (Pulse Max) 5KHz
(Quadrature X4 Max)
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temp.: 0°C to +40 °C
Storage Temp.: -10 °C to +60 °C
Relative Humidity: 0-80% for temperatures
less than 32°C, decreasing linearly to 50% at
40 °C
Ambient Temperature: 25°C
Temp. Coefficient (per °C): ±100PPM/ °C
Warmup Time: 15 minutes
Maximum Voltage Input
A, B, and User: 30VDC (Max)
INPUT
User Input: (Second channel reset) Count on
the second channel is reset when the User
Input is pulled low.
Standard Input: VLT ⬉0.2VDC guaranteed
low, VUT = 3.0VDC (max)
Quadrature Input: VLT ⬉ 0.9VDC
VUT =3.15VDC (max)
MECHANICAL
Bezel: 3.93" x 2.04" x .52"
(99.8mm x 51.8mm x 13.2mm)
Depth: 3.24" (82.3mm)
Panel Cutout: 3.62" x 1.77" (92mm x 45mm)
Case Material: PBT-ABS
Weight: 9oz (255.1g)
Wiring Diagram
!
VAC
VAC
RESET
COMMON
POWER
Denotes module
position 4 at rear
of counter
Power Supply
120 VAC or 240
VAC power
connection
Remote Reset
Active low 0.2V
performs primary
reset
AC Power Module
Power Module: The AC power module
allows the S662 to be operated from standard 50/60Hz line power. The power module will be configured as 120 or 240VAC per
markings on the back panel. Ensure the
input rating of the supply matches your line
voltage. The power supply module has provisions for a hardwire Count Reset. This
control can be a switch, relay contact or
solid state device. The reset circuit is independent of the power circuit.
Input Module: The DIP switch SW1 is used to set up the counter to
conform to the electrical characteristics of the sensor or signal being
detected. Switch positions 1-3 configure channel B, while switches 4-6
configure channel A. These switches select bias (threshold voltages),
low pass filter (enable/disable) and sensor type (sink or source). Refer
to the sensor’s documentation for related information.
Denotes module
position 1 at rear
of counter
A INPUT
COMMON
USER
INPUT
B INPUT
COMMON
INPUT
Primary Input
Connect the input
signal to A input
and common
Count2 Reset
Active low
resets Batch count
and alarms
Note: The input boards are designed so that
selecting sourcing or sinking is based on the
type of sensor that is being used. If a PNP
(sinking) sensor is being used, set the input
board for sinking also (switches 3 and 6 =
OFF). If channel B is not used, default settings for switch positions 1 through 3 should
be selected.
Secondary Input
Direction Control or
count pulse input
The input module also provides for a user
input signal. On the S662, this input serves
Standard Input Module
as a secondary channel (batch) hard-wire
reset. This may be used to reset the batch
count while preserving the primary count.
Programming
Menu Category
Parameter Name
Choices/Format
Description
Pass
000
Password Entry and Verification
Access <—
—> denied
Password Fail Appears if incorrect password entered
ChPass
000
Password Change Appears if correct password entered. 000 = password protection disabled. 001-099 = secures all parameters. 100999 = enable SPs/ ResPos access in display mode.
A Chan
UP *
Down
Quad
r quad
Chan A Mode Select count mode of A channel.
B Chan
Dir *
UP
Down
Chan B Mode Select count mode for B channel. Note: If A channel
set to Quad or R quad, this item is not accessible.
sCALE1
01.000 *
Count 1 Scale Set Display Value 1 scaling multiplier.
Values: -9.9999 to 99.9999.
Input Setup
Count1 Setup
*Default Setting
*
Programming (Cont’d)
Menu Category
Parameter Name
Choices/Format
Description
dp
000000 *
000000.
00000.0
0000.00
000.000
00.0000
0.00000
Count 1 DP Display Value 1 Decimal Point location. Affects
appearance of RstPos and any associated set point parameters.
Mmode
DuAL
bAtch *
Batch Mode Display Value 2 (Count 2) mode.
Defines the counting mode for batch count.
prescl
1.0 *
0.1
0.01
0.001
Count 2 Prescale Set prescaling multiplier for Display Value 2.
scale2
01.0000 *
Count 2 Scale Set Display Value 2 (Batch) scaling multiplier.
Values: -9.9999 to 99.9999.
dp2
000000 *
00000.0
0000.00
000.000
00.0000
0.00000
Count 2 DP Display Value 2 Decimal Point location. Affects
appearance of RstP 2 value and any associated set point parameters.
MMode1
Disab
timmed
latch *
bound
Output 1 Mode Set the mode of operation for Output 1.
Can be disabled, timed, latched or boundary mode.
src1
count1 *
count2
Output 1 Source Select which Display Value to be used for output 1
comparisons/matchpoints. See also SP1 and SP2.
batrst
no *
yes
Output 1 Batch Reset When output activates, perform Count 2
Reset as well.
Timmed <—
Latched <—
SP1=Lo <—
—> At SP1
—> At SP1 *
—> SP2=hi
Output 1 Bindings Reminder message indicates which and how the
set points are used for comparison. Which message is displayed is
determined by the Output 1 Mode selected.
Delay1
010.00 *
Delay 1 Output 1 delay time. Appears only if Output 1 mode set to
timed.
Until1
Reset *
SP1
SP2
SP3
SP4
RstP1
Until 1 Output 1 latched until parameter. Appears only if
Mmode1 = latch and SRC1 = Count 1.
MMode2
Disabl
timmed
Latch *
bound
Output 2 Mode Set the mode of operation for Output 2. Can be
disabled, timed, latched or boundary mode.
src 2
count1 *
count2
Output 2 Source Select which Display Value to be used for output
2 comparisons/matchpoints. See also SP3 and SP4.
batrst
no *
yes
Output 2 Batch Reset When output activities, perform Count 2
Reset as well.
Timmed <—
Latched <—
SP3=Lo <—
—> At SP3
—> At SP3 *
—> SP4=Hi
Output 2 Bindings Reminder message indicates which and how the
set points are used for comparison. Which message is displayed is
determined by the Output 2 Mode selected.
Delay2
010.00 *
Delay 2 Output 2 delay time. Appears only if Output 2 mode set
to timed.
Count1 Setup
count 2 Setup
OPUT 1 SETUP
oput 2 SETUP
*Default Setting
Programming (Cont’d)
Menu Category
Parameter Name
Choices/Format
Description
until2
reset *
sp1
sp2
sp3
sp4
rstp1
Until 2 Output 2 latched until parameter. Appears only if
mmode2 = latch and src2 = count1.
sp1
000010 *
SP1 Set Point #1 Low. Values: -99999 to 999999. Decimal point
will appear according to the current Output 1 Source setting.
sp2
000020 *
SP2 Set Point #1 High. Values: -99999 to 999999. Decimal point
will appear according to the current Ouput 1 Source setting.
sp3
000030 *
SP3 Set Point #2 Low. Values: -99999 to 999999. Decimal point
will appear according to the current Output 2 Source setting.
sp4
000040 *
SP4 Set Point #2 High. Values: -99999 to 999999. Decimal point
will appear according to the current Output 2 Source setting.
rstp1
000000 *
Count 1 Preset Value Count 1 value is set to this when an Auto or
Manual Reset event occurs. Values: -99999 to 999999. Decimal
point will appear according to the user programmed Batch DP2
position.
rstp 2
000000 *
Count 2 Preset Value Batch value is set to this value when a Batch
Reset event occurs. Values: -99999 to 999999. Decimal point
will appear according to the user programmed Batch DP2 position.
areset
disabl *
at sp1
at sp2
at sp3
at sp4
aftop1
aftop2
Auto Reset Mode Selects when an auto reset function is to occur.
Disabled, at a set point or after output times out.
rstbtn
yes *
no
Reset Button Enable or disable front panel reset button.
PonRst
No *
Yes
Power On Reset Select whether count reset event will occur at powerup.
oput 2 SETUP
Setpnt SETUP
Resets SETUP
End
See also the rstp1 parameter in the setpnt setup category.
Exit Programming Menu
*Default Setting
Excitation Output
Denotes module
position 2 at rear of
counter
The Excitation Module can supply 12VDC at up to 100mA for external
sensors or encoders. This excitation is isolated from the counter internal
logic supply.
When using sensors or encoders that do not have a signal return that is in
common with the supply voltage, a common attachment that ties the excitation supply to the logic input common may be required.
ISO+12V
ISOCOM
+
__
_
---
EXCITATION
12 VDC, 100 mA max
Single and Dual Relay Modules
!
!
Denotes module
position 5 at
rear of counter
N.O.
N.C.
1
The Single and Dual Relay modules can activate circuit loads of up to 5
amps at 250VAC. A Form C configuration allows use of normally-open
(NO) and normally-closed (NC) circuit action.
N.O.
1
COM
250V
N.C.
COM
5A
250V
5A
COM
Only the output 1 channel is implemented in the single relay module.
2
N.C.
N.O.
SINGLE RELAY
RELAYS
Dual Relay Module
Single Relay Module
Application Example
A Simpson Counter is used to indicate when the 100th play on a new
game machine has been completed. The casino owner will award a
promotional gift to the lucky customer. This special promotion is independent of the machine’s normal payout.
Beacon Lamp:
Power requirement is 120VAC, 0.5 amp maximum.
Procedure:
The ‘winner’ is to be announced after the 100th
game is completed. When this occurs, the beacon
lamp must activate and the game counter reset to
0. The indicator is to remain on for 10 seconds.
An attention-getting rotating beacon will announce the winner. Use the
S662 batch counter to perform 100th game play detection and to give
the total number of 100th game winners.
Machine Specifications
Product Ordering Information
Game Machine:
In the above application example, a Simpson S662 Preset Batch/Dual
Counter with a 120VAC power supply, Quadrature Input, Single Relay
Output and no excitation is used (catalog no. S662-1-2-1-0-0).
The machine has an ‘auxiliary’ contact available
which is traditionally used for a cycle counter
option. The contact is closed whenever a game is
in progress.
120 VAC
Hot
Neutral
Pump Run
Switch
!
!
A INPUT
Play in
Progress
Contact
N.O.
COMMON
1
VAC
N.C.
+
COM
VAC
USER
INPUT
RESET
B INPUT
COMMON
COMMON
INPUT
POWER
STANDARD
INPUT CARD
120 VAC
POWER
MODULE
RELAY
SINGLE
RELAY CARD
Safety Symbols
Ordering Information
Output
Power Supply
120VAC
240VAC
The WARNING sign denotes a
hazard. It calls attention to a
procedure, practice, or the like,
which, if not correctly performed
or adhered to, could result in
personal injury.
None
One Relay
Two Relays
1
2
Basic unit
0
1
2
Other
None
Excitation
S662
None
12VDC
Input
Standard
Quadrature
1
2
0
1
0
The CAUTION sign denotes a
hazard. It calls attention to an
operating procedure, practice,
or the like, which, if not correctly
adhered to, could result in damage to or destruction of part or
all of the instrument.
Accessories
SE Quadrature Encoder
The cube-style, dual-shaft SE Encoder is available with a choice of five
different resolutions (pulses/revolution) to handle a broad range of measuring jobs. When the encoder is affixed to a chariot with measuring
wheels and wired to one of the S660 series counters, cut-to-length
measurement applications are assured an accurate and reliable reading.
Pulses Per Revolution
Catalog No.
60
100
120
360
600
SE-060
SE-100
SE-120
SE-360
SE-600
Engineer’s Notes
revised 5/11/04