Deckblatt Bedienungsanleitung HMP PDG D, E, RU.cdr

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CONTENTS
General Information
Safety instructions ................................................................................ 2
Information for Users
2
Symbols Used
2
Legal terms of reference
2
Intended Use ........................................................................................ 3
Plate Load Tester
General structure / Components ......................................................... 4
Specification ......................................................................................... 5
Measuring Instrument HMP PDGpro ..................................................... 7
Operation
7
Power Supply
9
Measuring
Prepare Measurements ...................................................................... 11
Install Loading mechanism
11
Installation of Measuring Frame (refer to Annex 1)
11
Connect Devices
11
Measuring Procedure ......................................................................... 12
Start Measurement
12
Quit Measurement
13
Error Menus
14
Evaluation
Reading / Printing Measured Data..................................................... 15
Export the Stored Measured Data ..................................................... 15
Data Transfer Measuring Instrument → USB Stick
15
Data Transfer Measuring Instrument → PC
16
Delete Measuring Results .................................................................. 16
General ............................................................................................... 17
Settings
Display ................................................................................................ 17
Device ................................................................................................. 18
Printer ................................................................................................. 18
Service ................................................................................................ 18
Calibration Menu ................................................................................ 18
Maintenance Menu ............................................................................. 18
Options
Thermal printer AP1300 ...................................................................... 19
Maintenance
Calibration .......................................................................................... 22
Hotline ................................................................................................ 22
Annex 1
Plate Load Tester spare parts ............................................................ 23
Annex 2
Operating Instructions Hydraulic System .......................................... 24
Annex 3
Declaration of Conformity
Service +49(0)391 2514666
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Safety instructions
Information for Users
This instruction manual was prepared such that users can easily
become familiar with the HMP PDG Plate Load Tester, and make use of
the tester for intended applications.
Users should carefully read this instruction manual and the safety
instructions prior to using the Plate Load Tester.
Users also have to read carefully the operating instructions by company
LUKAS for hand pump, hydraulic cylinder and quick coupler before
using the Plate Load Tester. These can be found on supplied CD.
Follow the instructions of this instruction manual and the operating
instructions of company LUKAS without exception.
Symbols Used
Warnings and instructions are highlighted as described below:
Warning
This symbol is used in conjunction with related text to draw
user's attention to hazards and risks which may cause failure of
tester components or adversely affect operating procedures, in
case users do not take the corresponding precautions.
Note
This symbol and the related text identify technical requirements
and provide additional information to be taken into account by
the operator to carry out the following operations effectively
and safely.
Legal terms of reference
The Plate Load Tester complies with the current state of the art and all
applicable safety regulations.
Construction and function of the Plate Load Tester meet the
requirements laid down in DIN 18134, issue 2012 »Soil – Testing
procedures and testing equipment – Plate load test«.
The Plate Load Tester meets the basic safety requirements laid down in
the EU Directives for Harmonisation referenced in the EU Declaration of
Conformity.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Intended Use
The Plate Load Tester is exclusively intended for determining the soil
bearing capacity and the compaction quality of the soil referred to
DIN 18134, issue 2012 »Soil – Testing procedures and testing equipment – Plate load test«.
Its intended use also includes:
❙ Compliance with the safety instructions and safety regulations contained in this instruction manual and in the operating instructions from
company LUKAS for the hydraulic components (on supplied CD).
❙ Compliance with the maintenance and servicing instructions contained in this instruction manual and in the operating instructions from
company LUKAS for the hydraulic components (on supplied CD).
Any other use or any use beyond this definition is not intended and may
cause injury to people and damage to property.
The manufacturer/supplier shall not be held liable for damages resulting
from other than the intended use. The risk shall be borne solely by the
user.
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PLATE LOAD TESTER
General structure / Components
Loading mechanism and Load plate
➀
➁
Figure 1 (refer to Annex 1)
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
➂
➃
➄
Ball-and-socket joint with magnetic holder
Extension pieces
Hydraulic cylinder
Thrust piece
Load cell
Measuring tunnel
Load plate with bubble level
Hydraulic pump
➅
➆
➇
Figure 1
➄
Settlement measuring mechanism (measuring frame)
➃
➅
➂ ➁
Figure 2
Figure 2
➀
1
2
3
4
5
6
Extension arm with measuring finger
Traverse
Measuring frame
Measuring head
Dial gauge
Bubble level
Electronic dial gauge
➀
➁
Figure 3
1
2
Dial gauge
Dial gauge cable
Figure 3
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PLATE LOAD TESTER
Measuring case
Figure 4
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1
2
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Measuring instrument
Measuring head
Thrust piece
Electronic dial gauge
Electrical load cell
Printer (optional)
3
Figure 4
Measuring instrument
Figure 5
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
TFT colour display
Measuring cable
Ambient Light Photo Sensor
USB port
Printer port
Function keys
4
6
5
Figure 5
Specification
Loading mechanism
Hydraulic pump with 100 kN cylinder
and 150 mm lift with high-pressure hose of 2 m in length.
1 set of hydraulic cylinder extension pieces (plug-type connection)
1 pressure plate with magnetic holder and upper ball-and-socket joint
Load plate
with adjustable bubble level
Diameter
Thickness of plate
300 mm
25 mm
Settlement measuring mechanism (measuring frame)
Support frame on three-point bearing, equipped with insertable and
turnable contact element (DIN 18134, Fig. 3a) and adjustable feet
Dimensions:
Length
2,320 mm
Width
570 mm
Height
420 mm
Weight
13.2 kg
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PLATE LOAD TESTER
Measuring of load
❙ Electrical load cell 50 kN or 100 kN,
complete with thrust piece and adapter
Measuring of settlement
❙ Electronic dial gauge
25 mm measuring range, 0.01 mm resolution,
local display unit, IP 42
Automatic evaluation unit
❙ Measuring head
logging load and settlement data, interfering-immune digital transmission to measuring instrument
❙ Measuring instrument
data logger for load and settlement data with automatic processing
and evaluation facilities as well as storage capability for more than
200 tests
- Comfortable user interface
- 3.5“ TFT colour display
- Rechargeable Lithium-ion polymer battery pack (Lithium polymer
battery pack)
- Interfaces: Bluetooth, USB, thermal printer
- GPS integrated
❙ thermal printer to print data and pressure settling lines on the site
(optional)
❙ Aluminium case for measuring instruments
Dimensions:
460 x 350 x 210 mm
Weight:
8 kg (with load cell 50 kN) or.
10.5 kg (with load cell 100 kN)
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PLATE LOAD TESTER
Measuring Instrument HMP PDGpro
Operation
The measuring instrument HMP PDGpro can be operated easily and
intuitively by means of the function keys.
Key functions
Switch on / off measuring instrument
Select upward
Select downward
Select to the left / Scroll
Select to the right / Scroll
Confirm selection / Start action
Buttons/Symbols
The currently active button is displayed with colour, the inactive buttons
are grey.
Main menu
Measuring
page 11
Measured data page 15
(… read, print, export, delete)
Settings / Service page 17.
(display, device, printer, support, calibration)
General
Back to the previous menu
a
Discard frozen measuring values, approach set point again
Scroll (test series/measured data)
Scroll (test series/measured data)
Store
Delete
Print test series
Export test series
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PLATE LOAD TESTER
Display
In the main menu the display is subdivided into status line and button
area (Figure 6).
In the submenus the display is subdivided into status line, button area/
indicating area and footer (Figure 7). With the keys
can be
switched between button area/indicating area and footer.
Figure 6
The information on the left of status line will be changed according to
several menus. In the main menu (Figure 6) type and number of device
are displayed for example.
The information on the right side of status line is the same in all menus:
Status Bluetooth
displaying in status line, in case Bluetooth is active
(during data transfer only)
Status GPS
displaying in status line, in case GPS is active and available
State of charge of the printer
displaying in status line, in case printer is connected
Figure 7
State of charge of the measuring instrument
Overview Menu Functions
y
Measuring
Taking measurement
Measured data
Show single measurements
Print
Export
B
Q
Q
Export
Delete (all measurements) D
Settings
K
Display
Date
Time
Language
X
Device
Plate diameter
GPS
Unit
Calibration
B
Printer
Head datea
Date/time
Graphics
Service
L
Calibration menu
M
Maintenance
R
By confirming the button G you always come back to the previous
menu.
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PLATE LOAD TESTER
Power Supply
The measuring instrument HMP PDGpro is powered by a rechargeable
Lithium-ion polymer battery pack (abbreviated herein-after as Lithium
polymer battery pack) which is provided with overcharge protection and
deep discharge protection.
Safety
❙ Do not dismantle, open or shred Lithium polymer battery
❙
❙
❙
❙
pack. Exposure to the ingredients contained within or their
ingredients products could be harmful.
Do not expose Lithium polymer battery pack to heat or fire.
Avoid storage of device/battery pack in direct sunlight.
Lithium polymer battery pack must not be short-circuited.
Do not subject Lithium polymer battery pack to mechanical
shock.
Observe local, state and federal laws and regulations for
disposal.
❙ The supplied accessories must only be used for devices
supplied by HMP and according to this instruction manual.
Any other use may cause damages.
Switching-off automatically
The measuring instrument HMP PDGpro switches off automatically, in
case there is no action for about 90 s.
The device will not switch off automatically, as long as it is in
the measuring mode.
If the Lithium polymer battery pack of the measuring instrument drops
below the voltage required for operation, the device switches off
automatically, in order to prevent a deep discharging of the battery
pack. Before switching on the instrument again, please charge the
battery pack.
Charging of Lithium polymer battery pack
Lithium polymer battery pack should be charged only by means of the
supplied accessories (Figure 8). Accessories for charging the battery
pack – USB cable (1), USB car charger (2) and AC/DC adapter (3) – are
placed in the carrying case.
The USB car charger can be connected with a car-battery 12 V or by
means of AC/DC adapter to mains 230 V / 50 Hz.
3
Figure 8
2
1
❙ For charging Lithium polymer battery pack only the supplied
❙
chargers, which are provided for use with this device, should
be used.
Lithium polymer battery pack should not be charged over a
longer period if it is not needed.
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PLATE LOAD TESTER
Lithium polymer battery pack of measuring instrument should be
charged before first use and in case that state of charge is 15% or
lower.
Lithium polymer battery pack should be charged at the latest
when the note on the left (Figure 9) appears on the screen of
measuring instrument.
■ Switch off measuring instrument and connect it with the USB car
charger via USB cable.
Figure 9
■ Connect the USB car charger to a car socket 12 V or via AC/DC
adapter to mains supply 230 V / 50 Hz.
■ Disconnect the charger from mains supply when charging of Lithium
polymer battery pack has been finished.
It is not possible to overload the Lithium polymer battery pack, since it is
equipped with an overload protection. When the battery pack is fully
charged, the charging current entry is automatically interrupted.
The Lithium polymer battery pack will only be charged, in case
that the measuring instrument is switched off.
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MEASURING
Prepare Measurements
Install Loading mechanism
■ Prepare the test site in compliance with the requirements of
DIN 18 134, issue 2012.
■ Place the load plate on the test site.
■
■
■
■
The opening of the measuring tunnel points into the direction from
which the measuring finger of the measuring frame is inserted.
Mount the load cell onto the pin of the load plate and the thrust piece
onto the load cell.
Attach the hydraulic cylinder to the pin of the thrust piece.
Mount the ball-and-socket joint with magnetic holder to the loading
vehicle.
Use the extension pieces to adjust height differences.
Installation of Measuring Frame (refer to Annex 1)
■ Mount the traverse (2) to the longitudinal beam of the measuring
frame (3) and align with height adjustment (star grips).
■ Remove the extension arm (1) from the bracket, insert it into the
measuring frame and fix it by means of the 2 star grips.
■ Insert the measuring finger into the measuring tunnel until the relevant
mark is reached, and align horizontally by using the circular bubble.
■ Place the dial gauge in the dial gauge bracket of the measuring frame
and make settings it as appropriate (set to zero).
Connect Devices
Position measuring head
■ Mount the measuring head to the traverse (magnetic fixture).
Connect the load cell
■ Connect the load cell cable to the measuring head outlet labeled
»Force«.
Connect the dial gauge (used for distance measuring)
■ Connect the dial gauge cable to the dial gauge.
■ Connect the dial gauge cable to the measuring head outlet labeled
»Distance«.
Connect measuring instrument
■ Connect the cable of measuring instrument to the measuring head.
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MEASURING
Measuring Procedure
For theoretical foundations of the measuring process please refer to
DIN 18134, issue 2012.
Start Measurement
■ Press the
Figure 10
key to switch on the measuring instrument.
Device will be powered up and GPS starts.
The main menu (Figure 10) appears on the screen with type &
number of device (xxxxx) and state of charge of the measuring
instrument in status line as well as the several menu buttons in
main area of display.
Button »Measured data« is active until GPS data are determined.
Then button »Measuring« will be activated (Figure 11) and »GPS« is
displayed in status line.
GPS data are only available and they will only be stored with
the test series, in case »GPS« is displayed in status line.
Figure 11
In case that measurement shall be carried out without recording the
GPS data, then in the menu settings/device Z has to be chosen for
GPS ( page 18). Immediately after starting device the button
»Measuring« is active and the measuring process can begin.
Before starting the measurement the desired measuring range
(plate diameter) has to be chosen within the measuring
instrument ( page 18).
■ Confirm the button »Measuring« (Figure 11) by pressing the
Figure 12
key.
The menu »Measuring« (Figure 12) is displayed on the screen:
Number of the current measuring series and the current measuring
range (plate diameter)
(xxx-xxx)
Compression (σ)
#.#### MN/m²
Settlement (s)
#.## mm
These values result from weight of testing equipment.
Measuring is not possible in case of full memory. A
corresponding note appears.
Value 1
■ Acknowledge button »0,00« by pressing the
key to tare the
displayed values.
The values 0.0000 MN/m² for compression and 0.00 mm for
settlement appear on the display. By that offset values, if any, are
cleared.
Set value and MP01 for 1st measuring point are displayed.
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MEASURING
■ Acknowledge Button »s=0« by pressing the
key after approaching the required preload, according to DIN 18134, issue 2012, to
set the displayed value for the settlement to zero.
■ The start value for the pressing and the zero value for the settlement
appear on display (Figure 14). The local display on the dial gauge
remains unaffected by this zero setting.
■ By confirming button E these values are stored as first measured
values.
Figure 13
Please refer to DIN 18 134, issue 2012 for the required number
of measurements and set values to perform.
Set values according to DIN 18 134, issue 2012 are stored on
the measuring device as orientation for the examiner, for load
plates with diameter of 300 mm, 600 mm and 762 mm. The
specific set values are displayed on the screen during
measuring.
Perform Measurement
■ Approach the set point with the hydraulic pump.
Figure 14
(Operating Instructions Hydraulic System refer to Annex 2, page 24.)
The measured values for compression and settlement appears on
the display (Figure 15).
The number of the current measuring series and the current
measuring range, the number of the current measuring point and
also the set value for the pressing are displayed.
■ Accept the values after the required waiting time by pressing the
key.
The values are frozen in the display.
Figure 15
■ Confirm button E by pressing the
key to store the (frozen)
measuring values for the current measuring point (Figure 16).
The current measured values are displayed on the screen again
and the values for next measuring point can be captured.
In case the (frozen) values shall be discarded,
■ select button a and confirm.
The current measured values are displayed on the screen again
and the values for the current measuring point can approached
new.
Figure 16
Follow the procedure described above for any further set values.
Quit Measurement
All required measurements completed, the measuring procedure can be
terminated.
■ After storing of last measuring value select Button G and confirm with
Figure 17
key.
The menu shown on the left is displayed on the screen (Figure 17).
■ In order to return to the last measuring value and to continue the
measurement select button Z and confirm.
■ In order to quit the measurement select button J and confirm.
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MEASURING
■ When query »Save measurement?« is displayed confirm button J
again.
Measuring series will be completed and stored, results will be
calculated.
The values of EV1, EV2 and the ratio EV2/EV1 are displayed on the
screen (Figure 18).
After completing one measuring series it is possible to print out the
current measuring series (only devices with printer) and also to display
the curve data (pressure settling lines), the GPS position and the
measured data.
Figure 18
In order to discard the complete measuring series,
■ select button Z when query »Save measurement?« is displayed and
confirm.
Measuring series will not be stored. The main menu appears.
Error Menus
The measuring instrument provides instructions – to monitor the measuring procedure – which pop up as an error report before measurement
or during the measurement.
The following error reports might appear before the measurement:
Error report
Error cause
σ c.error
no connection between measuring instrument
and measuring head
no connection between load cell and measuring
head
no connection between dial gauge and measuring head or dial gauge is not switched on
σ error
s error
■ Check/establish the connections.
■ Continue measurement as soon as the connections are correct.
The following error reports might appear during the measurement:
Error report
Error cause
σ 0.0000 MN/m²
In case that the required minimum value for
compression is not reached according to
DIN 18134, issue 2012, the value will be shown
in red.
■ Confirm button a by pressing
key.
■ Approach the required value for compression and continue measure-
ment.
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EVALUATION
Reading / Printing Measured Data
The in the database stored test series and -results can be displayed via
button
(Figure 19) on the screen and printed out if required (only
devices with printer).
When no data are stored in memory, the button
function.
Figure 19
is without
Before using the thermal printerAP1300 please read the
instruction manual ( page 19) and follow the instructions
regarding putting into operation and handling.
■ Select and confirm the button
in the main menu.
The stored test series appear on the screen (Figure 20).
By confirming the buttons M or N with
displayed.
more test series can be
■ Choose the middle indicating area by means of the
the desired test series by means of the
Figure 20
keys, select
keys and confirm by
pressing the
key.
The results of the selected test series are displayed on the screen
(Figure 21).
By confirming the buttons M or N with
the values of several measuring points, GPS position and settlement curves (Figure 22) can be
displayed.
■ Select button B and confirm with
key.
Data of selected test series are printed.
Figure 21
GPS data will only be printed, in case GPS is enabled J in
menu Settings/Device and when GPS data are stored with the
selected measuring series.
Export the Stored Measured Data
The test series and –results stored in the database can be transferred
via USB interface to the supplied USB stick or to PC.
Figure 22
Data Transfer Measuring Instrument → USB Stick
■ Connect the USB stick to the measuring instrument.
■ Select within measuring instrument under menu measured data
/
export Q the transfer mode P (Figure 23) and confirm with
key.
The data are being copied to the USB stick.
After completion of data transfer the measuring instrument
switches off automatically.
Figure 23
To transfer the data from the USB stick to the PC see instruction manual
»Protocol software for the Plate Load Tester HMP PDGpro«.
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EVALUATION
Data Transfer Measuring Instrument → PC
■ Connect measuring instrument and PC via the supplied USB cable.
■ Select within measuring instrument under menu measured data
/
key.
export Q the transfer mode R (Figure 24) and confirm with
The measuring instrument works now just like removable media.
■ After completion of data transfer switch off the measuring instrument
and disconnect measuring instrument from PC.
Figure 24
To transfer data from measuring instrument to PC see instruction
manual »Protocol software for the Plate Load Tester HMP PDGpro«.
Delete Measuring Results
The test series and –results stored in data base can be deleted via
Button D.
■ Select and confirm the button
in the main menu.
■ Confirm button D by pressing the
Figure 25
key (Figure 25).
The menu on the left is displayed on the screen (Figure 26).
■ Select button D and confirm with
key.
All measurements will be deleted.
The main menu is displayed on the screen.
Stored series cannot be deleted individually.
Figure 26
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SETTINGS
General
Via button F in the main menu you can reach the menu settings
(Figure 27), in which different display-, device- and printer settings can
be carried out.
Figure 27
All carried out settings are only saved, when returning to the
main menu. In case that the measuring instrument is switched
off before, all modifications get lost.
Display
In menu »Display« K settings for date, time and language can be carried
out (Figure 28).
Set Date
■ Select button »Date« and confirm with
key.
keys.
■ Change the day by means of the
Figure 28
■ Select the month by pressing the
key.
■ Change the month by means of the
■ Select the year by pressing the
keys.
key.
■ Change the year by means of the
keys.
■ Confirm the current date setting by pressing the
By pressing the
key.
key the menu »date« can be left at any time.
■ Select Footer G by means of the
or
key and confirm with
key.
The menu »Settings« appears.
■ Select Footer G by means of the
or
key and confirm with
key.
The set date will be saved and the main menu appears.
Set Time
■ Select button »Time« and confirm with
key.
keys.
■ Change the minutes by means of the
■ Select the hours by pressing the
or
key.
■ Change the hours by means of the
keys.
■ Confirm the current time setting by pressing the
By pressing the
key.
key the menu »Time« can be left at any time.
■ Select Footer G by means of the
or
key and confirm with
key.
The menu »Settings« appears.
■ Select Footer G by means of the
or
key and confirm with
key.
The set time will be saved and the main menu appears.
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SETTINGS
Select Language
■ Press
key so often until the desired language appears.
■ Select Footer G by means of the
or
key and confirm with
key.
The menu »Settings« appears.
■ Select Footer G by means of the
or
key and confirm with
key.
The set language will be saved and the main menu appears.
Device
In menu »Device« X the following settings can be carried out for device
configuration (Figure 29):
❙ Plate diameter
❙ GPS
❙ Einheit
❙ Calib.date
(300/600/762/Kraft) set measuring range
(∅ of load plate or force)
(J / Z)
activate / deactivate GPS
(MN/m² / MPa)
set unit
(J / Z)
show / don’t show calibration
date on start screen
Figure 29
Printer
In menu »Printer« B the following settings can be carried out for printer
configuration (Figure 30):
❙ Head data
❙ Date/time
❙ Grafik
Figure 30
(J / Z)
(J / Z)
(J / Z)
print out protocol head (always active)
print out date / time
print out curve
Service
In menu »Service« L various device information, which are relevant for
HMP service, are indicated.
Calibration Menu
The menu »Calibration« M is not available for users.
Maintenance Menu
The menu »Maintenance« R is not available for users.
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OPTIONS
Thermal printer AP1300
Included in the HMP PDGpro scope of supply is a thermal printer AP
1300 (optional).
Power Supply
The printer can be operated independently from a power supply unit
and is powered by a 1.8 Ah NiMH power pack housed in the printer
(Figure 31). Thus, the printer can be carried from job to job.
Safety
Figure 31
❙ The NiMH power pack is provided with an internal fuse unit.
❙
❙
However, a short-circuit may occur when the NiMH power
pack gets into contact with metallic items.
The power pack must not be opened; otherwise it may leak
out or a short-circuit may occur.
Before you remove or replace the power pack, disconnect it
from the external power pack charger.
The power pack has to be charged only by means of the supplied
power pack charger. The power pack charger can be connected with a
car-battery 12–24V or by means of an AC/DC adapter to mains
230 V / 50 Hz. The AC/DC adapter is included in the delivery contents of
measuring instrument HMP PDGpro. Charger and adapter are placed
in the carrying case.
The printer AP1300 is shipped with a connected and fully loaded power
pack.
❙ When the printer is used for the first time after a lengthy
❙
period or has been standing idle for a lengthy period,
recharge the power pack prior to use.
In the event of malfunction the printer may only be opened by
authorised personnel.
❙ The supplied accessories must only be used for devices
supplied by HMP and according to this instruction manual.
Any other use may cause damages.
Charging of power pack
❙ For Changing the power pack it is only allowed to use the
supplied power pack charger.
❙ Fully charging the power pack takes 15 hours at most.
❙ Use the power pack charger only indoors. Disconnect the
❙
❙
device from the mains if it is not used. Do not operate the
device in case of damage to the housing or the mains plug.
Only charge nickel/metal hydride power packs; use of the
charger for other batteries may cause an explosion hazard.
Do not open the power pack charger.
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OPTIONS
■ Connect the power pack charger to the »Power Supply« connection of
the printer (Figure 32).
■ Connect the power pack charger to the mains supply.
■ Disconnect the power pack charger from the mains supply when
charging of power pack has been finished (after 15 hours at the
latest).
Figure 32
State of Charge of the Printer
The state of charge of the printer is displayed in status line of display
after switching on the measuring instrument.
The battery pack of the printer should be recharged as quickly
as possible, when state of charge is 15% or less or in case the
note on the left (Figure 33) appears on the screen of measuring
instrument.
Figure 33
Front panel of printer
(Figure 34)
Figure 34
1 Paper feed
Single-line paper feed:
– Press the key for a short interval, and release.
Multi-line paper feed:
– Hold down this key until the desired length of
paper is reached.
2 LED
Signals READY
LED off:
– The printer is in the power-saving mode.
– Power pack is discharged.
Green LED (steady):
– Printer is active.
Green flashing LED:
– Paper out.
Green – orange flashing LED:
– Power pack is charged.
Red – green flashing LED:
– Power pack voltage is too low.
3 Paper compartment opener
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OPTIONS
Insert Paper Roll
(Figure 35 and Figure 36)
■ Push the paper compartment opener to the front until the printer lid
opens (1).
■ Unwind a few centimetres of the new roll and load the paper roll into
the compartment such that the paper will unwind from below (2).
■ Close the printer lid (3).
■ Press the paper feed key to check the correct paper movement.
■ Excessive paper is rapidly torn off by using the cutting edge.
Figure 35
The thermal printer AP1300 is provided with sensors to detect lacking
paper or opened paper compartment. If a sensor is activated, the printer
switches to the storage mode; all data transmitted to the printer are
preserved. Printing is continued immediately as soon as the defect has
been removed.
It is recommended using original paper rolls for thermal printer
only, dimensions: ∅ 3 cm, width 5.7 cm (length of paper 10 m).
Malfunction
Figure 36
Printer fails to start printing:
❙ Connection correct? Check connections/establish connection.
❙ Has the printer automatically switched on and is the LED on?
Check, if the printer can be switched on manually.
❙ Is the power pack discharged? Charge the printer before use.
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MAINTENANCE
Calibration
In terms of DIN 18 134 re-calibration is required annually.
HMP Magdeburger Prüfgerätebau GmbH has calibrated instrumentation
used to conduct force and distance calibrations. In addition, necessary
repairs may be carried out.
Hotline
HMP Magdeburger Prüfgerätebau GmbH
Bülstringer Straße 6
D-39126 Magdeburg
Tel.:
(03 91) 2 51 46 66
(03 91) 2 51 46 67
Fax:
(03 91) 2 51 46 68
E-Mail: info@hmp-online.de
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5
2
1
4
3
7
Plate Load Tester spare parts
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1
zuläss. Abw. für Masse
ohne Toleranzangabe
Term
Halbzeug / Werkstoff
Extension arm with measuring finger
Traverse
3
Measuring frame
4
Load plate
5
Hydraulic cylinder
6
Hydraulic pump
7
Measuring case
Buchstabe
2004
Datum
Bearb.
Gepr.
05.10.
Name
Hietschold
HMP
Änderung
Datum
Bülstringer Str. 6
39126 Magdeburg
Benennung
Plate Load Tester
Zeichnungsnummer
PDG 1000
ANNEX 1
Service +49(0)391 2514666
6
Masstab
23
ANNEX 2
Operating Instructions Hydraulic System
Parts of Hydraulic System
Hydraulic system comprises of parts by LUKAS Company:
❙ Hand pump ZPH 1A/1 PN 500
❙ Hydraulic cylinder LZM 10/160 PN 500
❙ Hydraulic hose DN6PN700-2000RT
❙ Quick coupler
The delivery includes operating instructions by LUKAS Company for
hand pump, hydraulic cylinder and quick coupler (on CD).
Hydraulic system was installed complete and vented before
delivery.
Using Hydraulic System
Before using the hydraulic system users have to read the
operating instructions by LUKAS Company.
Users must observe all safety instructions and warnings, to
avoid bodily injuries and damages of the system.
The pump lever must be locked for transport.
Advancing cylinder
■ Close the drain valve on the pump by turning the hand wheel
clockwise (to the right) to advance the cylinder.
■ Unlock the pump lever and move it up and down to load pressure.
Also read the operating instructions of hand pump and
hydraulic cylinder by LUKAS Company to get more information
about advancing and retracting cylinder.
Retracting cylinder
■ Open the drain valve on the pump by turning the hand wheel against
clockwise (to the left) to release pressure or retract the cylinder. Turn
the hand wheel slowly to have control over the load.
Release the pressure always slowly to have control over the
load.
Maintenance
Information and tips with regard to
❙ maintenance
❙ adding oil to the pump, oil recommendations
❙ venting the cylinder
❙ troubleshooting
read in operating instructions by LUKAS Company.
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CE
EU Declaration of Conformity
within the meaning of the EU Directives
Electromagnetic compatibility
Low voltage
Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances
• 2014/30/EU
• 2014/35/EU
• 2011/65/EU
Das »Static Plate Load Tester«
HMP
PDG-SD, PDGpro, PDG-M
from No. 0824
2016
Make:
Type:
Serial-No.:
Year manufactured:
was developed, designed and manufactured in compliance with the above-mentioned EC Directives under
sole responsibility of
Magdeburger Prufgeratebau GmbH
The following harmonised standards have been applied:
EN 614-1
EN ISO 4413
2006
+A1 :2009
2010
EN ISO 12100
2010
EN 50581
2012
EN 60335-2-29
2004
A2:2010
2005
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-4
EN 61310-2
2007
A1 :2011
2008
EN 61310-3
2008
Safety of machinery- Ergonomic design principles Part 1: Terminoloqy and general principles
Hydraulic fluid power - General rules and safety requirements for systems and their
components
Safety of machinery- General principles for design - Risk assessment and risk
reduction
Technical documentation for the assessment of electrical and electronic products with
respect to the restriction of hazardous substances
Household and similar electrical appliances - Safety Part 2-29: Particular requirements for battery charqers
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 6-2: Generic standards - Immunity for industrial environments
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part 6-4: Generic standards - Emission standard for industrial environments
Safety of machinery- Indication, marking and actuation Part 2: Requirements for markinq
Safety of machinery - Indication, marking and actuation Part 3: Requirements for the location and operation of actuators
A complete set of Technical Documentation is available. The Instruction Manual associated with the equipment
and the operating instructions of the hydraulic components are available.
[8J in the original version
[8J in the language customary in user's country
English
Magdeburg
08.11.2016
Hennings, Mangaging Director
Place
Date
Undersigned and Position