Dukane iQ Series Ultrasonic Power Supply - Aim - Color Front Panel Manual

Dukane iQ Series Ultrasonic Power Supply - Aim - Color Front Panel Manual
iQ Series
AUTOMATION IN MIND
ULTRASONIC POWER SUPPLY
AiM™
Color Front Panel
AUTOMATED
HAND PROBE
PRESS
Dukane Part No. 403-610-00
Dukane • 2900 Dukane Drive • St. Charles, Illinois 60174 USA • TEL (630) 797- 4900
Dukane products are manufactured in ISO
registered facilities
www.dukane.com
iQ Series AiM™ Automation in Mind, Ultrasonic Power Supply User’s Manual
Copyright © 2019
Dukane
2900 Dukane Drive
St. Charles, IL 60174 USA
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every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual, Dukane shall not have any liability to
any person or entity with respect to any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly
or indirectly by the instructions contained in this manual, or by the hardware products described herein.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
This user’s manual documents product features, hardware, and controls software available
at the time this user's manual was published.
Printed in the United States of America.
Dukane Part Number: 403-610-00
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Revision History
Revision
Number
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Revision
Summary
Original release.
Date
March 28, 2019
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Contents
Section 1 - Introduction, Health and Safety . . . . . . . . . . . 1
General User Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Plastics Health Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3
4
5
5
Section 2 - Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Connecting Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
RFI Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Proper Handling of Cable Slack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Section 3 - Standard Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Bottom Panel Layout Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC Power Inlet Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Inputs/Outputs Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ultrasound Output Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ethernet/IP Port Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USB Port Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Front Panel Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Screen Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multi-Point (MPC) Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
iQLinQTM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Verification Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Generator Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC Power Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interpreting the Model Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Regulatory Agency Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Section 4 - Standard System Status and Controls���������25
Section 5 - Contacting Dukane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Section 6 - Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
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Section 1 – Introduction, Health and Safety
SECTION 1
Introduction
Health and Safety
General User Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Read the Manual First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Notes, Cautions and Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Drawings and Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
General Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Plastics Health Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Electrical Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Domestic Power Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
International Power Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
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Section 1 – Introduction, Health and Safety
General User Information
Read the Manual First
Before operating your ultrasonic generator, read this
User’s Manual to become familiar with the equipment.
This will ensure correct and safe operation. The manual
is organized to allow you to learn how to safely operate
this generator. The examples given are chosen for their
simplicity to illustrate basic operation concepts.
Notes, Cautions and Warnings
Throughout this manual we use NOTES to provide information that is important for the successful application and understanding of the product. A NOTE block is
shown to the right.
NOTE
Note statements provide additional
information or highlight procedures.
CAUTION
Caution statements identify
conditions or practices that
could result in damage to the
equipment or other property.
In addition, we use special notices to make you aware
of safety considerations. These are the CAUTION and
WARNING blocks as shown here. They have important
information that, if ignored, could have increasingly severe outcomes. These statements help you to identify
and avoid hazards and recognize the consequences. One
of three different symbols also accompany the CAUTION and WARNING blocks to indicate whether the
notice pertains to a condition or practice, an electrical
safety issue or an operator protection issue.
WARNING
Warning statements
point out conditions or
practices that could result in personal injury or
loss of life.
Drawings and Tables
The figures and tables are identified by the section number followed by a sequence number. The sequence number begins with one in each section. The figures and
tables are numbered separately. The figures use Arabic
sequence numbers (e.g. 1, 2, 3) while the tables use roman sequence numerals (e.g. I, II, III). As an example,
Figure 3- 2 would be the second illustration in Section 3
while Table 3- II would be the second table in Section 3.
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Condition
or Practice
Electrical
Hazard
Hearing
Protection
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General Considerations
Please observe these health and safety recommendations for safe, efficient, and injury-free operation of your
equipment.
Proper Installation - Operate system components only
after they are properly installed.
No Unauthorized Modifications - Do not modify your
system in any way unless authorized to do so by Dukane.
Unauthorized modifications could cause equipment damage and/or injury to the operator. In addition, unauthorized
modifications will void equipment warranty.
Keep the Cover On - Do not remove any equipment
cover unless directed to do so by Dukane. The generator produces hazardous electrical voltages which could
cause injury.
Grounded Electrical Power - Operate this equipment
only with a grounded electrical connection.
See Electrical Safety for grounding instructions, Page 5.
Comply with Regulations - You may be required to add
accessories to bring the system into compliance with
applicable regulations (OSHA in the USA) for machine
guarding and noise exposure.
Use Eye Protection - Wear ANSI approved safety impact
goggles.
Acoustic Stack Hazard - When an acoustic stack (transducer, booster, horn and tip) is energized by the ultrasound
signal, it presents a potential hazard. Stay clear of an
energized stack.
System E-STOP (abort) Switch - Install a system ESTOP (abort) switch at each operator station when ultrasonic plastic assembly equipment is used with automatic
material handling equipment in an automated system.
NOTE
These recommendations apply to the
welding system. System in this manual
refers to a complete group of components
associated with the welding of parts, also
known as an ultrasonic assembly system. Typical of the iQ Series AiM™ system
consists of the iQ generator, cables, transducer, booster, horn, and fixture.
WARNING
Any fixture manufactured
by a third party must comply with all OSHA and ANSI
requirements. All fixtures
must be guarded as necessary.
Dukane does not assume any
responsibility or liability for
fixtures manufactured by the
customer or any third party
manufacturer.
WARNING
Never operate the generator with the cover off. This
is an unsafe practice and
may cause injury.
CAUTION
At some time you may be
asked to remove equipment
covers by the Dukane Service Dept. personnel. Before
doing so, disconnect the unit electrically from the incoming line AC power.
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General Considerations
System Electrical Cabling - Electrical power must be
off when connecting or disconnecting electrical cables.
Do Not Wear Loose Clothing or Jewelry - They can
become caught in moving parts.
Stay Alert - Watch what you are doing at all times. Use
common sense. Do not operate the press when you are
tired or distracted from the job at hand.
Do Not Operate the Equipment - Your judgement or
reflexes could be impaired while taking prescription medications. If so, do not operate the equipment. Be familiar
with warning labels and recommended activity restrictions
that accompany your prescription medications. If you have
any doubt, do not operate the equipment.
CAUTION
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Parts being joined ultrasonically will at times vibrate at
audible frequencies. Wear ear
protectors to reduce annoying or uncomfortable sounds. In addition,
ultrasound baffles, sound enclosures,
or materials that absorb sound may be
located to surround the system. Ultrasound pressure level could exceed 110dB.
Plastics Health Notice
Certain plastic materials, when being processed, may
emit fumes and/or gases that may be hazardous to the
operator’s health. Proper ventilation of the work station
should be provided where such materials are processed.
Inquiries should be made to the U.S. Department of Labor
concerning OSHA regulations for a particular plastic prior
to processing with Dukane ultrasonic equipment.
Electrical Safety
WARNING
Keep head, hands, limbs and
body at least six inches (152
mm) away from an operating
press/thruster. A vibrating,
descending horn can cause burns and/or
crushing injuries.
The iQ Series generator provides the operating power
and power returns. Make sure the generator is grounded
properly.
In addition to the safety considerations, proper grounding
is essential for the effective suppression of RFI (Radio
Frequency Interference). Every generator contains a RFI
filter which blocks noise on the AC power line from entering the generator control circuitry. This filter also prevents
ultrasonic RFI from being fed back into the AC power line.
Always connect the included ground wire from the PE
ground of the generator to the nearest grounded metal pipe
or equivalent earth ground by means of a ground clamp.
CAUTION
When making cable connections to system equipment or
disconnecting cables from
system equipment, make
sure electrical power to the system is
turned off, and AC power cords are removed from their receptacles. After the
cables have been securely connected and
the connections and cable routing checked
a final time, the power may be restored.
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Electrical Safety
Domestic Power Grounding
For safety, the power cords used on this product have a
three-wire, grounding-type power cord. Figure 1-1 illustrates the appropriate electrical outlet to use with the
power cord that is included with systems shipped to North
America.
Approved 2 pole, 3 wire grounding
receptacle HUBBELL No. 5652 or
equivalent to NEMA 6–15R or 6–20R
Figure 1–1 Example of 220/240 Volt, Grounded, 3-Prong Receptacle
International Power Grounding
The power cable normally provided for international use is
compatible with the power outlet used in many Continental European countries (Refer to Figure 1–2). However,
if your application requires another type of power cord,
check with your equipment supplier, and follow local regulations concerning proper wiring and grounding.
Grounding Contacts
CAUTION
If you have a two-prong electrical receptacle, we strongly
recommend that you replace
it with a properly grounded
three-prong type. Have a qualified electrician replace it following the National
Electric Code and any local codes and ordinances that apply. See Figures 1-1 and 1-2.
CAUTION
If there is any question about
the grounding of your receptacle, have it checked
by a qualified electrician.
Do not cut off the power cord grounding prong, or alter the plug in any
way. If an extension cord is needed,
use a three-wire cord that is in good
condition. The cord should have an
adequate power rating to do the
job safely. It must be plugged into a
grounded receptacle. Do not use a twowire extension cord with this product.
Typical Outlet
Provided Cable
Figure 1–2 International 220/240V Grounding
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Section 2 – Installation
SECTION 2
Installation
Connecting Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
AC Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Automation Controlled Probe System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
RFI Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Proper Handling of Cable Slack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
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Section 2 – Installation
Connecting Cables
CAUTION
(Quick Start Guide)
Details about the various system connectors and their pin
assignments are covered in Section 3.
The connections are the same for both the vertical and
horizontal generator configurations. However, the panel
location of the connectors differs between the two chassis
styles.
AC Power
Detached Cords
The AC line cords supplied with the standard generators
are matched to the ultrasonic output power rating and the
continent of specified use. See Table 2-I.
Continent of Use
North America
Continental Europe
Table 2 - I
Power Cord
Part Number
Power
200-1109
120V, 15A
200 - 1110
240V, 15A
200 - 1111
240V, 16A
The power cord is equipped
with a three-prong, grounded-type plug for your safety.
Whenever a two-slot receptacle is encountered, we strongly
recommend that it is replaced with a
properly grounded three-lead receptacle.
Have a qualified electrician do the
replacement in accordance with the
National Electrical Code and local
c odes and ordinanc es. DO NOT
cut of f the power cord grounding
prong or alter the plug in any way.
Standard IEC AC Power Cord Part Numbers
Attached Cords
240 Volt Single Phase Systems - High power generators with power ratings above 2600W use permanently attached power cords.
No Cords
Three-Phase Systems - High power Three-Phase generators do not include an AC Line Cord and must be directly
wired.
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AC BREAKER
SYSTEM I/O
B
OPTIONS SLOT
A PE
MPC
EtherNet/IP Modbus TCP/IP
USB
D AC POWER ENTRY
ULTRASOUND
C
Figure 2 - 1 Generator - Bottom View (Vertical Panel
Mount Chassis)
Automation Controlled Probe
System
1. Ground the generator chassis using the supplied
14-Gauge wire, and attach it to the grounding stud:
A in Figure 2 -1.
2. Recommended – Ground the probe support. This is
a user–supplied 14-Gauge wire.
3. Input Cable/Output Cable - Attach the automation
control cable from the user–supplied automation
equipment to the system input HD-26 connector, J5
on the I/O panel: B in Figure 2 -1.
4. Attach the high voltage coaxial cable from the probe
to the ultrasound output connector J1:
C in Figure 2 -1.
5. Connect the AC power cord to the generator IEC
power inlet connector, and plug the other end into
an approved AC outlet:
D in Figure 2 -1.
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RFI Grounding
In addition to the safety considerations previously mentioned, proper grounding at the generator power cord is
essential for the effective suppression of electrical noise
or RFI (Radio Frequency Interference). Every ultrasonic
generator contains a RFI filter which blocks noise on the
AC power line from entering the system control circuitry.
This filter also prevents ultrasonic frequency noise from
being fed back into the AC power line. In order for the RFI
filter to operate properly, it is necessary to correctly ground
the system. Run a grounding wire from the grounding stud
connection to the nearest grounded metal pipe or equivalent earth ground, and secure it with a ground clamp.
CAUTION
To m i n i m i z e e l e c t r i cal noise and eliminate
ground currents, ground
the chassis as shown.
Use a STAR configuration
(illustrated below). Do not
DAISY CHAIN the grounds.
Chassis Grounding
Lug
See Figure 2-1 on Page 10
Proper Handling of Cable Slack
Coil Extra Slack
Earth
Ground
Fixed Probe Mount
or 2nd Chassis
Grounding Lug
#14 Gauge
Stranded or
Solid Wire
3rd Chassis
Grounding
Lug
When taking up slack in cables, the extra length should
be coiled up as shown in Figure 2-2 rather than folded as
shown in Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-2
Cable Slack Take-up - Correct
Avoid Excessive Bending
Avoid excessive tension and bends on cables. Cables
should be routed so that there are no abrupt bends in the
cables, especially near their connectors.
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Figure 2-3
Cable Slack Take-up - Incorrect
NOTE
Cables shown in the two figures directly
above are representative samples. If
cables have slack, coil them rather than
fold them.
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Section 3 – Standard Connections
SECTION 3
Standard Connections
Bottom Panel Layout Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
AC Power Inlet Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
IEC AC Power Inlet Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Power Switch/Circuit Breaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Chassis Grounding Stud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
System Inputs/Outputs Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
System Inputs/Outputs Signal Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Ultrasound Output Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
EtherNet/IP Port Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
USB Port Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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Bottom Panel Layout Overview
This section provides an overview of the generator rear
panel layout, which includes panel areas dedicated to various standard system functions and options that are available. Figure 3 - 1 illustrates the panel layout.
B
AC BREAKER
SYSTEM I/O
D
OPTIONS SLOT
C
H
MPC
PE
I
EtherNet/IP Modbus TCP/IP G
USB
A
ULTRASOUND
AC POWER ENTRY
F
E
Figure 3 - 1 Generator Bottom Panel
A
IEC Power Inlet Connector – Attaches to an IEC style
power cord.
B
Power Switch – Circuit Breaker – Used to switch
system power ON and OFF.
C
Chassis Grounding Stud – Chassis connection for a
protective earth ground.
D
System Input/Output Connector – Connections for
system control input signals and system status output signals.
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Ultrasound Output Connector – Coaxial high voltage
connection to ultrasonic stack.
F
Configuration Port Connector – Digital control port
to modify system parameters.
G
Ethernet/IP Connector – Provides for communication
between the iQ generator and an automation network.
H
Multi-Point Control Connector - Used to connect an
MPC module.
I
An option module can be installed here.
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AC Power Inlet Panel
The standard AC power inlet panel is described in this section.
IEC AC Power Inlet Connector
The IEC AC power inlet connector mounted on the system
AC power inlet panel requires a properly configured IEC
compliant power cord, which enables worldwide system
operation by simply changing the power cord.
This system includes a 16/20 amp rated IEC inlet connector. Single phase 3600W/5000W systems include a nondetachable power cord.
An appropriately rated power cord must be securely attached to the welding system’s IEC inlet connector. If the
correct power cord configuration is not included with the
system for the local AC power outlet at your location, an
appropriate IEC power cord should be available from a local electrical parts supplier.
Chassis Grounding Stud
The chassis grounding stud is used to attach a protective earth ground to the generator. This will aid in the
suppression of electrical interference or radio frequency
interference (RFI) that is common in an industrial environment. The chassis ground stud is C in Figure 3-2.
Proper system grounding is discussed in Section 2.
C
Figure 3 - 2 IEC AC Power Inlet Connector
Power Switch/Circuit Breaker
The power switch/circuit breaker has a rocker type actuator switch that will activate or deactivate the AC power
to the system. The power ON position is marked with the
internationally recognized I symbol, the power OFF position is marked with the 0 symbol. This power switch also
integrates an appropriately sized over-current protection
circuit breaker function in the generator.
If an over-current condition trips the circuit breaker, it will
automatically switch to the OFF position. If the overload
current that caused the circuit breaker to trip is due to a
transient condition, the circuit breaker can be reset by
switching the actuator back to the ON position. If when
resetting the circuit breaker after it has tripped, it immediately trips again, there is likely an internal system malfunction, and the generator will require service.
Do not repeatedly try to reset the circuit breaker. If it trips,
this will only cause more damage to the generator.
System Inputs/Outputs Connector
The SYSTEM INPUTS/OUTPUTS connector mounted
on the system I/O panel includes connections for all of
the basic system control input and output signals that
will typically be associated with an automated control
system. The cable attached to this connector includes
all of the available system control signals, which will
be controlled by an output card or output port on the
automation controller.
The user can determine which signals to use for each
particular welding application, but there must be at least
two connections to this connector or the generator will
always be in an E-STOP condition. All of the I/O signals
on this connector are electrically isolated (signals are
NOT referenced to chassis ground). Inputs are activated
when there is a 24VDC difference between the input pin
and the Input Common pin. The electrically isolated I/O
signals can be activated/monitored from an automation
controller with either sinking (NPN) or sourcing (PNP)
I/O depending upon how the isolated common connection is terminated. All inputs sink or source 10mA of
current from a 24VDC power supply. The total output
current cannot exceed 500mA when using the +22VDC
generator output (pin 1). If an external supply is used the
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maximum current for each output is 400mA.
Note that a simple switch closure (relay contact) connected to a control input can not activate the input without
adding an external power supply to power the input. Adding jumper connections to pins available on the System
Inputs connector, can configure switch closure inputs to
operate referenced to generator chassis ground (non-isolated), without adding a separate power supply, if desired.
Refer to Application Note AN525 found on the Dukane
website at:
https://documents.dukane.com/AppNote/AN525.pdf
for detailed wiring diagrams of example applications.
The SYSTEM INPUTS/OUTPUTS connector is a HD26F (high density D-subminiature 26 circuit female) connector. Table 3 - I lists the signal names and descriptions,
with detailed descriptions below. The wire color coding
for the system input cable is listed in Table 3 - I, to assist
with custom automation system wiring and assembly.
Figure 3 - 3 System I/O Panel (standard panel shown)
System Inputs/Outputs Signal
Descriptions
Pin 1 (+22V)
This pin can supply +22VDC at up to 500mA to power
the user’s automation controls.
Pin 2 (Power Gnd)
Pin 2 is the 22VDC return and is tied to the system chassis ground.
Pin 3 (E-STOP Output)
Refer to AN525 for E-STOP wiring.
Pin 4 (E-STOP Input)
Refer to AN525 for E-STOP wiring.
Pin 5 (Remote Setup Selection Bit 0 Input)
Pin 5 is the Remote Setup Selection Bit 0, which is the
least significant bit used to select different welding setups
with an automation control system. This input is also used
to select different channels when a Multi-Point Controller
(MPC) module is connected to J2.
Pin 6 (Remote Setup Selection Bit 1 Input)
Pin 6 is the Remote Setup Selection Bit 1, which is the
second least significant bit used to select different welding setups with an automation control system. This input
is also used to select different channels when a Multi-
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point Controller (MPC) module is connected to J2.
Pin 7 (Remote Setup Selection Bit 2 Input)
Pin 7 is the Remote Setup Selection Bit 2, which is the
third least significant bit used to select different welding
setups with an automation control system. This input is
also used to select different channels when a Multi-Point
Controller (MPC) module is connected to J2.
Pin 8 (Remote Setup Selection Bit 3 Input)
Pin 8 is the Remote Setup Selection Bit 3, which is the
most significant bit used to select different welding setups
with an automation control system. This input is also used
to select different channels when a Multi-Point Controller
(MPC) module is connected to J2.
Pin 9 (Automation Cycle Stop Input)
Pin 9 is an input control signal that when enabled, can
be used by the automation control system as a redundant
signal to shut the ultrasound output off. This signal could
also be reconfigured through menu selections to function
as an automation end-of-weld control signal input.
Pin 10 (Front Panel Lockout Input)
Pin 10 is used to lock the front panel user interface,
so an operator cannot change any welding setups or
configuration parameters that are stored in memory. This
input has no affect on any of the supported industrial buses
or iQ Commander. Deactivation of this signal allows
normal operation, without any lockout restrictions.
Pin 11 (Isolated Input Common)
Pin 11 is electrically isolated from chassis ground. Using
isolated sourcing (PNP) output drivers, this common line
would be connected to isolated ground potential. Using
isolated sinking (NPN) output drivers, this common line
would be connected to the isolated positive supply voltage
output. For correct operation of inputs it is critical that
this pin is connected to either isolated ground or positive
supply (See AN525 for more information).
Pin 12 (Ultrasound Activation/ Cycle Start
Input)
Pin 12 is used to activate the generator ultrasound output.
Activation of this control input will switch the ultrasound
output ON, and deactivating this signal will switch
ultrasound OFF. This input signal will also function as
a cycle start input, where the ultrasound activation and
timing are completely under the control of the process
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controller. Depending on the welding process controller
setup, this input signal could be activated momentarily to
start a welding cycle.
Pin 13 (Isolated Ultrasound Common)
Pin 13 is the common connection for Pin 12 (Ultrasound
Activation/Cycle Start Input). Pin 13 is electrically
isolated from chassis ground. Using isolated sourcing
(PNP) output drivers, this common line would be
connected to isolated ground potential. Using isolated
sinking (NPN) output drivers, this common line would be
connected to the isolated positive supply voltage output.
For correct operation of the Ultrasound Activation/Cycle
Start input it is critical that this pin is connectd to either
isolated ground or positive supply.
Pin 14 (Analog Input (0-10VDC))
Pin 15 (Analog Input (0-10VDC))
Pin 16 (Analog Ground)
Pin 16 is the signal common (ground) connection for all
of the analog signals (on Pins 14, 15, 17, and 18). This
signal common pin is connected to system chassis ground
and is not isolated from the generator chassis. This is
an analog signal ground connection. Do not connect
anything to this ground connection, except the wiring to
the inputs/outputs of the analog devices.
Pin 17 (Analog Power Output (0-10VDC))
Pin 17 is an analog output signal used to monitor the
power output from the welding system. The scaling on
this output signal is as shown below:
1 Watt = 0.001 VDC (1mV per Watt)
Example: • 20kHz system measures 0.525 VDC on
Power Monitor Output = 525 W
Pin 18 (Analog Amplitude Output (0-10VDC))
Pin 18 is an analog output signal used to monitor the
system amplitude setting. The scaling on this output
signal is 100% amplitude = 10.0 VDC, or 0.1 VDC per
1% amplitude. Using this monitor output, the control
system can verify that the amplitude is set to the expected
programmed amplitude level.
Pin 19 (Ultrasound Status Output)
Pin 19 is a digital output that activates when the system
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is delivering ultrasonic power to the load attached to the
ultrasound output connector. This output will be an open
circuit when the ultrasound output is off.
Pin 20 (Any Fault Status Output)
Pin 20 is a digital output that activates whenever any fault
condition is detected that terminates/inhibits ultrasound
output and normal system operation. This output will
be an open circuit when no system fault conditions are
detected. Any Fault output remains active until cleared by
the System Latch Reset input or by the start of the next
weld cycle.
Generator faults that will activate the Any Fault output:
• Overload (Average, Peak, Frequency, Over Voltage)
• Over Temperature Fault
• System Power Fault
Pin 21 (Overload Status Output)
Pin 21 is a digital output that activates whenever any
overload condition is tripped. Activation of the overload
status output signal could be caused by an Average, Peak,
Frequency, or Over Voltage overload condition. After the
overload status output activates, it will remain active until
cleared by the System Latch Reset input or by the start of
the next weld cycle. This output will be an open circuit
when no overload conditions have been detected.
Pin 22 (Bad Part Status Output)
Pin 22 is a digital status output that activates, either
momentarily or until the start of the next welding cycle,
when the welding parameters recorded during the previous
welding cycle are outside of the programmed bad part
limits. This output will be an open circuit when a bad part
has not been detected.
24 is a digital status output that activates when a weld
processing cycle is completed and the welding process
control system is ready to start the next welding cycle.
This output will be an open circuit when the welding
process controller determines that the next welding cycle
cannot be started. This includes system faults or E-STOP
active, but not a process fault like Overload.
Pin 25 (MPC Ready Status Output)
This status output signal will activate only when an MPC
module is connected to the generator. Pin 25 is a digital
status output that activates when the MPC controller is
ready to start the next MPC welding cycle. This output
will be an open circuit when the MPC system is not
ready to start an MPC weld cycle.
Any changes to the probe selection control bits will not
be acted on until the completion of the current weld cycle.
This status output signal will also be open (MPC NOT
READY) if a fault condition is detected inside the MPC
module. If this status output will not activate, check for a
red fault status indication, the SYSTEM STATUS LED,
on the front of the MPC module.
Pin 26 (Isolated Output Common)
Pin 26 is electrically isolated from chassis ground.
For isolated sourcing (PNP) inputs, this common line
would be connected to isolated ground potential. Using
isolated sinking (NPN) output drivers, this commmon
line would be connected to the isolated positive supply
voltage output.
Pin 23 (Good Part Status Output)
Pin 23 is a digital status output that activates, either
momentarily or until the start of the next welding cycle,
when the welding parameters recorded during the previous
welding cycle do not exceed the programmed suspect or
bad part limits. This output will be an open circuit after a
welding cycle when either a suspect or bad part has been
detected.
Pin 24 (Ready Status Output)
This status output signal will activate only when the system
is ready to activate ultrasound or begin a weld cycle. Pin
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Pin
Color
J5-1
BLK/RED
+22V CURRENT LIMITED POWER SUPPLY (500mA MAX)
J5-2
RED/BLK
+22V RETURN (iQ CHASSIS GROUND)
J5-3
BLK/WHT
E-STOP OUTPUT
J5-4
WHT/BLK
E-STOP INPUT
J5-5
BLK/GRN
REMOTE SETUP SELECTION BIT 0 INPUT
J5-6
GRN/BLK
REMOTE SETUP SELECTION BIT 1 INPUT
J5-7
BLK/BLU
REMOTE SETUP SELECTION BIT 2 INPUT
J5-8
BLU/BLK
REMOTE SETUP SELECTION BIT 3 INPUT
J5-9
BLK/YEL
AUTOMATION CYCLE STOP INPUT
J5-10
YEL/BLK
FRONT PANEL LOCKOUT INPUT
J5-11
BLK/BRN
ISOLATED INPUT COMMON
J5-12
BRN/BLK
ULTRASOUND ACTIVATION/CYCLE START INPUT
J5-13
BLK/ORN
ISOLATED ULTRASOUND COMMON
J5-14
ORN/BLK
ANALOG DISTANCE INPUT (0-10VDC)
J5-15
RED/WHT
ANALOG AMPLITUDE INPUT (0-10VDC)
J5-16
WHT/RED
ANALOG GROUND
J5-17
RED/GRN
ANALOG POWER OUTPUT (0-10VDC)
J5-18
GRN/RED
ANALOG AMPLITUDE OUTPUT (0-10VDC)
J5-19
RED/BLU
ULTRASOUND STATUS OUTPUT
J5-20
BLU/RED
ANY FAULT STATUS OUTPUT
J5-21
RED/YEL
OVERLOAD STATUS OUTPUT
J5-22
YEL/RED
BAD PART STATUS OUTPUT
J5-23
RED/BRN
GOOD PART STATUS OUTPUT
J5-24
BRN/RED
READY STATUS OUTPUT
J5-25
RED/ORN
MPC READY STATUS OUTPUT
J5-26
ORN/RED
ISOLATED OUTPUT COMMON
Table 3-I
Description
System Input/Output Connector Signals (J5)
Note: The descriptions shown are for the default I/O settings. Almost all Inputs are programmable to other input functions
and all outputs to other output functions. The exception is the ULTRASOUND ACTIVATION / CYCLE START INPUT
which cannot be programmed to another function.
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Ultrasound Output Connector
The ultrasound output connector used with all standard
generators is a high voltage (5000V) coaxial style
SHV-BNC connector. This connector provides superior
shielding of electrical noise, compared to other types
of connectors. The ultrasound output connector mates
with fully shielded coaxial ultrasound cables that are
secured with a simple and reliable quarter-turn bayonet
style attachment mechanism.
Figure 3- 4 Ultrasound Output Connector
CAUTION
The ultrasonic output from this connector
(that drives the attached ultrasonic load) is a very high AC
voltage. At high power levels
this can exceed 2 amperes of
current and must be securely terminated
via the ultrasound cable for safe operation.
Use original equipment ultrasound cables
for safe and reliable system operation.
Improperly assembled ultrasound cables
can result in high voltage arcing and will
destroy the ultrasound connectors.
Do not use your generator if there is any
evidence of arcing (black carbon deposits)
on either the ultrasound output connector
or the ultrasound cable connectors.
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EtherNet/IP Port Connector
The EtherNet/IP or Modbus TCP/IP connector allows the
iQ generator to connect to an EtherNet/IP or Modbus TCP/
IP network.
ETHERNET/IP MODBUS TCP/IP
NOTE
Refer to Section 4, Pg. 33, for more
information.
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Figure 3-5 J9 Ethernet/IP or Modbus TCP/IP
Port Connector
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USB PORT CONNECTOR
Connect a Windows PC to this port using the included
USB cable in order to use Dukane’s PC interface tool,
iQ CommanderTM. This tool works with all iQ AiMTM
power supplies and allows the user to easily perform field
firmware updates, product setup, parameter configuration
and system diagnostics along with other functions.
USB PORT CONNECTOR
To install iQ CommanderTM
1. Download the installation file from (http://update.
dukane.com/) and save to the desired location on the
PC.
2. Double-click on the installation file.
3. Once prompted, click on “Next >” on the “Welcome to
the InstallShield Wizard for iQ Commander” page. The
executable will start the installation process.
4. When the progress bar is nearly full, a new window
will appear asking to install the FTDI CDM Drivers.
This window may appear behind the iQ CommanderTM
installation window. If the FTDI CDM Driver window
is not visible, move the iQ CommanderTM installation
window to the side to see the FTDI CDM Drivers
installation window.
5. On the FTDI CDM Drivers installation window,
click on “Extract”, “Next >”, accept the agreement,
“Next >”, and then “Finish” to install the first set of
FTDI Drivers.
6. Another window will pop up asking to install another
set of FTDI CDM Drivers. Repeat step 5 to install the
second set of drivers.
7. Once the drivers are installed, Click on “Finish” to
complete the process. The user can connect a USB
cable from the PC to the AIM generator and start the
program.
Figure 3-6 J3 USB Port Connector
Operations that can be done via iQ CommanderTM
1. Update the iQ AiM generator firmware.
2. Test the ultrasonic stack.
3. Scan an ultrasonic stack to determine the optimal Free
Run Frequency.
4. Weld a part.
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5. Select a probe when an MPC module is connected.
Control parameters
CommanderTM
available
via
iQ
1. Set weld method to Time, Energy, Peak Power, Distance,
or Position and the associated value in seconds, joules,
watts, or millimeters.
2. Configure custom I/O.
3. Set Amplitude, Ramp Up Time, and Ramp Down Time.
4. Enable and set Trigger by Power parameters.
5. Enable and set Hold Time.
6. Enable and set Afterburst delay and duration.
7. Enable checking for Suspect Parts. Set maximum
and minimum values for Time, Power, Energy,
Distance, and/or Position.
8. Enable checking for Bad Parts. Set maximum
and minimum values for Time, Power, Energy,
Distance, and/or Position.
9. Configure advanced hardware settings including,
Free Run Frequency, Frequency Tracking,
Frequency Lock and Hold, and Frequency Limits.
Parameters that can be obtained via iQ
CommanderTM .
1. All parameters that are configured via iQ CommanderTM.
2. Real time data which includes welder state
(ultrasound active or not), frequency, power,
position, and amplitude.
3. Weld cycle data from previous weld which
includes: Cycle Count; Good, Bad, and Suspect
Part information; Process Limit setting exceeded
or not reached if Bad or Suspect Part checking is
enabled; Weld Time; Weld Energy; Peak Power;
Weld Distance; Weld Position.
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SECTION 4
Standard System Status
and Controls
Front Panel Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
System Operating Mode Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Navigation Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Screen Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Making Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Interpreting On-Screen Arrows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
System Power Output Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Setup Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Multi- Point Control (MPC) Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
iQLinQ™
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Control Parameters Available via iQLinQ™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Parameters that can be obtained via iQLinQ™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
System Verification Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Preliminary Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Testing the Generator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
System Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Probe Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Stopping the Ultrasound Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
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Front Panel Controls
This section introduces the iQ Series ultrasonic generator
AiM control panel and LCD display with this information:
• Functions of the panel components shown in Figure
4-1 below are discussed.
• These screen basics are introduced:
NOTE
Do not touch the display.
Touch only the keys that are on the
front panel.
Cleaning - If the display is dirty, clean it
by first putting a mild cleaning solution
on a clean, soft cloth. Then, gently wipe
the cloth over the screen.
— Making selections,
— Interpreting on-screen arrows,
— Taking a look at setup identification.
Online/Offline/E-STOP Status
System Power Output Level
Navigation Keys (4)
INFO Key
System
Operating
Mode
Keys (3)
CANCEL Key
ENTER Key
Figure 4 - 1 Front Panel Controls
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System Operating Mode Keys
ON LINE - After AC power has been activated and the
generator is operating normally, ONLINE is the normal
operating mode. The generator can produce ultrasound
signals in this mode.
The word, Online appears in a green outlined box in the
upper right of the display. See Figure 4-2.
Operating Mode Indicator
Online condition shown
TEST - After AC power has been activated and the
generator is operating normally, in the ONLINE mode
and not in E-STOP mode the TEST key can be pushed.
This activates the ultrasound output allowing the operator
to test system function. The display will show the real
time settings for Amplitude, Power, and Operating
Frequency. This information is useful in troubleshooting.
While pushing the TEST key, look at the System Power
Output. See Figure 4-3. The power displayed is highly
dependent on the ultrasonic stack and amplitude setting.
The power should always be greater than 0 watts.
IMPORTANT - Benchmark each stack (an assembly of
probe, booster, and horn) for frequency and power while
operating in free air. This provides reference information
throughout the life cycle of each stack. This information
can be used for comparison when troubleshooting wear
Figure 4-2
Display Detail, Operating Mode Indicator
CAUTION
If a transducer is not connected to the ultrasound output
connector, the system should
be set to the OFFLINE mode.
Do not activate the ultrasound output
without a transducer connected. Make
sure that the stack is properly assembled before it is connected to the
system. The horn should never come
in direct contact with a metal fixture
or anvil with ultrasound activated.
and mating surface fatigue. The Test History feature has
the option of saving the test results for future reference.
System Power Output Level
If the displayed power is significantly higher than normal
make sure the stack is properly assembled and not
damaged.
OFFLINE - After AC power has been activated and the
generator is operating normally, the OFFLINE key may
be pressed to put the generator into the offline mode. In
this mode the generator can not generate an ultrasound
signal.
Figure 4-3
Display Detail, Power Output Level
The word, Offline appears in the display's upper right
corner and the display background is yellow.
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Navigation Keys (4)
Moving the Cursor - Press the left and right
navigation (
keys to move the display’s
)
cursor left or right to select the desired digit. The + or keys are used to change the value of the selected digit.
Press the up and down navigation keys ( + or - ) to scroll
through menu lists. Also, use the
keys to
move to different levels of the list.
Navigation Key (4)
Figure 4-4
Navigation Keys (4), with Enter, Info and Cancel
Figure 4-5
Info Menu Display ENTER Key
Press ENTER to confirm and store a selection in memory.
Example: After entering a time value, press ENTER.
CANCEL Key
Press the CANCEL key to stop editing a value without
saving changes to the value or to leave secondary menu
screens.
INFO Key
Press the INFO key, and the menu shown to the right in
Figure 4-5 appears.
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Screen Basics
Making Selections
Figure 4-6 below shows there are several ways to show
that an item has been selected:
•
An area of green highlights a selected item.
•
The cursor shows what digit is selected.
Cursor shows selected digit under ENERGY below.
Green area highlights selected item
Figure 4-6
Making Selections
Interpreting
On-Screen Arrows
Arrows pointing up and down, give visual cues that more
text is available in the direction the arrow points. An
example is shown below in Figure 4-7. For this screen,
the + and - (up or down) navigation keys are used to
move in the direction of the on-screen arrow.
Display arrow points in
direction of more text
Figure 4-7
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System Power Output Level
(Bar Graph)
A bar graph displays the percentage of ultrasonic power
being drawn by the load. See Figure 4-8 to the right.
Bar Graph Power Scaling
Power scaling is related to amplitude. At 100% amplitude
the whole graph is lit, and the generator is operating at
100% power. At 50% amplitude the entire graph is lit,
and the generator is operating at 50% power.
If the amplitude setting is lowered, the graph rescales
automatically according to the revised amplitude.
Example: With a 1200W generator, at 50% amplitude, if
the whole graph is lit, that represents 600W.
System Power Output Level
Bar Graph
Figure 4-8
Display Detail, Power Output Level
CAUTION
If an alarm indicates there is an
overload fault, verify that the
ultrasonic stack is not damaged.
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Setup Identification
Setup identification can be seen at the top of the screen
as shown in the figure below.
The example shown in Figure 4-9 illustrates that setup
control is by the front panel interface or an industrial
network such as Ethernet/IP.
If 01 is displayed, this indicates that the
setup selection is controlled by generator. If A01 is displayed, setup selection
is controlled by automation.
This is the name of the setup being edited if in Automation mode.
Otherwise, the setup shown is
the one in use.
Figure 4-9
Main Menu Detail - Setup Identification
The Status Bar
U/S STATUS: U/S Indicates Ultrasound status. If it is a
gray ultrasound is off. Orange means ultrasound is on
and blinking red that the ultrasound output is greater than
90% of the rated power of generator based on the current
amplitude setting.
PART STATUS: G shows the part status of the last weld
cycle. Gray means a weld cycle hasn’t run since the
generator was powered up. Green indicates a good part,
yellow a suspect part, and blue a bad part.
PLC CONNECTION: PLC indicates if a PLC is connected. Green means a PLC is connected to the generator. Otherwise PLC is gray.
AMPLITUDE CONTROL: R indicates how the amplitude is controlled. If it is gray the generator controls the
amplitude, green means amplitude is controlled by the
analog input and if “OTF” is displayed a PLC controls
amplitude.
NETWORK STATUS: When NET is green a network is
connected at 100mbps. When orange, a network is connected at 10mbps. When gray, no network connected is
detected.
SETUP CONTROL: If the # symbol is the leading character, the setup selection is controlled by the generator
(#01 for example). If the leading character is A the setup
selection is controlled automation.
GENERATOR STATUS: When Online is displayed, the
generator is capable of outputting ultrasound. If Offline
is shown, the offline key has been pressed to disable ultrasound. E-STOP indicated ultrasound output is disabled
due to the E-STOP signals on the I/O connector.
MPC CONTROL: If an MPC is connected the selected
probe is displayed here. For example, P08 indicates that
MPC Probe 8 is selected by the generator. This is useful
for checking the generator to MPC wiring if the cable
that connects them together has been modified.
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Ethernet/IP or Modbus TCP/IP Networks
Enable or Disable DHCP, and monitor other aspects of
the network.
Network Settings
The Network Settings screen as seen in Figure 4-10 has
Five elements:
1. DHCP: These initials stand for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. The protocol was established for assigning
dynamic IP addresses to devices on a network.
DHCP is enabled by default, this ensures no network
address contention will happen in the event that the
generator is plugged into a network before the user
assigns a static address. Most commonly, the DHCP is
disabled and a statically assigned IP addresses is used in
an industrial network.
When DHCP is enabled, the static IP address/network
mask setting is ignored. You may need to contact your
network administrator if you do not know whether to
enable or disable DHCP.
Figure 4-10
Network Settings
2. IP ADDRESS: This Internet Protocol address is a
number unique to a piece of equipment acting as an
identifier when the equipment is connected to a network.
This field is editable when DHCP is disabled.
You may need to contact your network administrator if
you do not know what address to use.
3. NETWORK MASK: defines the subset of the
network address which applies to the locally defined
subnetwork. Generally, this setting must match other
entities on the network. This field is editable when DHCP
is disabled.
You may need to contact your network administrator if
you do not know what mask to use.
4. GATEWAY ADDRESS: This would normally be left
at 0.0.0.0 and is only to be used if a router is part of the
network. This field is editable when DHCP is disabled.
5. NETWORK LINK: Indicates the state of the Ethernet
link. Down is not plugged in, 10Mbps (Half), 10Mbps
(Full), 100Mbps (Half), 100Mbps (Half/Full Duplex).
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Restore Factory Defaults
Restore Factory Defaults Deletes all setups and
restores all parameters to factory defaults.
An intermediate display allows for confirmation.
When confirmed, factory defaults are restored.
Figure 4-11
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ALARMS
Terminology: Alarm refers to any fault, or error the generator might produce.
An alarm condition may occur. Figure 4-12 shows the
format for a typical alarm display.
The list below gives general reference information for
each alarm condition.
Figure 4-12
NOTE
Go to this web address:
http://www.dukane.com/easyalarm
for more information about the alarm’s cause
and remedy.
Alarm Message Screen
Faults
U100
Configuration Fault (The default setup may be corrupted, the model number does not match the generators installed
assemblies, the Serial Number is incorrect or missing.)
U104
Frequency Overload Fault 1 (The generator was unable to find the stacks frequency by twice the time of the Ramp Up
setting.)
U106
Peak Overload Fault (The generators output current has exceeded it’s safe operating level and has terminated the ultrasound
output.)
U108
Average Overload Fault (The output power has exceeded the rated power of the generator model.)
U110
Power not OK Fault (There is a problem with the AC line voltage.)
U111
Over Temperature Fault (Generator has exceeded its safe operating temperature limit.)
U112
Frequency Overload Fault 3 (There was excessive operating frequency drift due to heating of the stack. The operating
frequency is “far” away from the Free Running Frequency.)
U116
Ultrasound Voltage Overload (The actual transducer voltage exceeded the maximum expected value at 100% amplitude.)
Initiate Errors
U302
Ultrasound Activation Input Activated at End of Cycle
U308
Generator Not Ready (The generator initialization process is not complete. The generator is not ready to activate the
Ultrasound output. The Automation Cycle Stop input is activated while activating the Ultrasound Activation input.)
Process Errors
U401
Weld Time Set to Zero
U402
Weld Power Set to Zero
U403
Weld Energy Set to Zero
U404
Weld Distance Set to Zero
U405
Weld Position Set to Zero
U406
Max Trigger Time Set to Zero
U413
Max Trigger Time Exceeded (The trigger did not occur within the specified time limit.)
Table 4-I
Alarm Messages
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Multi- Point Control (MPC)
Interface
The MPC Interface connector powers and controls an
external MPC module. This external module, (that can
be ordered with a minimum of two probe controls up to
a maximum of 16 probe controls), must be purchased in
addition to a basic generator for a fully functional MPC
system.
Connections required for the external MPC module are
described below.
In addition to completing these first four steps, complete the two steps below to wire the MPC Control
Inputs/Status Outputs as described.
Details about the various system connectors and their
pin assignments are covered below.
•
MPC I/O - MPC control/input signals and status
output signals are carried in the I/O cable that should
already be connected - See Table 4-II (Page 37)
•
MPC INTERFACE - Attach one end of the MPC Interface cable (Dukane # 200-1408-XX) to the MPC
connector on the iQ generator panel in Figure 4-13.
Connect the other end of the cable to the MPC INTERFACE connector on the right rear of the MPC
module.
NOTE
MPC Interface Connections
The MPC Interface cable is a separate line
item on the iQ generator system order. The
-XX at the end of the cable number specifies
cable length. This will vary depending on
your MPC installation.
Complete the steps for the basic connections as described
on Pages 10-11. These involve:
• Grounding
• Ultrasound Output
• System Control Status Inputs/Outputs
• AC Line Input
AC BREAKER
SYSTEM I/O
OPTIONS SLOT
MPC
PE
See NOTE on the
MPC cable above.
EtherNet/IP Modbus TCP/IP
USB
AC POWER ENTRY
ULTRASOUND
Figure 4-13 Bottom View (Vertical Panel Mount Chassis)
Continued
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Continued from Previous Page
MPC I/O Connections
Signal names and Pin numbers and the connectors related to the MPC option are shown in the table below.
See the pages referred to in the table for more information about the signals.
Pin
Signal Name
Connector
5
Setup Bit 0 Input
6
Setup Bit 1 Input
7
Setup Bit 2 Input
8
Setup Bit 3 Input
25
MPC Ready Out
Table 4 - II
J5 (Page 17 - 19)
J5 (Page 17 - 19)
MPC Signals
NOTE
MPC Probe Control
When the optional MPC Module and MPC I/O are used,
the generator has the capability of controlling as many
as sixteen compatible probes. One probe can be turned
on at a time while the sequence of probe activation is
determined by the user’s automation.
The table below shows how the setup bit inputs
correspond to the probes.
MPC I/O
3
2
1
0
Probe
Selected
Off
Off
Off
Off
1
Off
Off
Off
On
2
Off
Off
On
Off
3
Off
Off
On
On
4
Off
On
Off
Off
5
Off
On
Off
On
6
Off
On
On
Off
7
Off
On
On
On
8
On
Off
Off
Off
9
On
Off
Off
On
10
On
Off
On
Off
11
On
Off
On
On
12
On
On
Off
Off
13
On
On
Off
On
14
On
On
On
Off
15
On
On
On
On
16
Table 4 - III
Ultrasound Output Connector
The ultrasound output connector
used with all standard generators is
a high voltage (5000V) coaxial style
SHV-BNC connector. This connector
provides superior shielding of electrical noise, compared to other types
of connectors. The ultrasound output
connector mates with fully shielded
coaxial ultrasound cables that are
secured with a simple and reliable
quarter-turn bayonet style attachment
mechanism.
The ultrasonic output from this connector (that drives the attached
ultrasonic load) is a very high AC
voltage. At high power levels this can
exceed 2 amps of current and must be
securely terminated via the ultrasound
cable for safe operation. Use original
equipment ultrasound cables for safe
and reliable system operation. Improperly assembled ultrasound cables
can result in high voltage arcing and
will destroy the ultrasound connectors.
MPC Setup Bit Inputs
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™
iQLinQ™ demos are available to provide complete ladder
logic and HMI screens that can be dropped into Allen
Bradley (RSLogix 5000; Studio 5000 Logix Designer;
Factory View Studio ME) Siemens (TIA Portal) and B&R
(Automation Studio) PLC projects.
Contact your local Dukane representative for more
information about the iQLinQ™ options.
iQ LinQ™
The iQLinQ™ option allows the iQ generator to connect to
an industrial network.
1. All parameters that are configured via iQLinQ™.
2. Real time data which includes welder state (ultrasound
active or not), frequency, power, amplitude, and position.
3. Weld cycle data from previous weld which includes:
• Cycle Count
• Good, Bad, and Suspect Part information
• Process Limit setting exceeded or not reached if Bad
or Suspect Part checking is enabled
• Weld Time
• Weld Energy
• Peak Power
• Weld Distance
• Weld End Position
For information on how to control and/or monitor specific parameters, iQ Generator iQLinQ™ Communication and Control
documentation is available.
Signing a non-disclosure agreement is required to obtain this
documentation.
Control Parameters Available via iQLinQ™
1. Set weld method to Time, Energy, Peak Power, Distance, and/or Position. Set associated values in seconds,
joules, watts, or millimeters/inches.
2. Set Amplitude, Ramp Up Time, and Ramp Down Time.
3. Enable and set Trigger by Power or Trigger By Position
parameters.
ETHERNET/IP MODBUS TCP/IP
All Dukane iQ Aim™ generators include iQLinQ™
EtherNet/IP and Modbus TCP/IP communication protocol
support. Using one of these protocols avoids adding
expensive analog cards into PLC racks. iQLinQ™ is
available for Profibus, PowerLink, Profinet, EtherCat, and
CC-Link with the optional ANYBUS module.
Parameters that can be obtained via iQLinQ™
**OPTIONAL ANYBUS MODULE
iQLinQ™ communication options allow automated
systems to monitor and change settings in iQ generators.
These options provide machine builders the ability to
integrate the generator into an electrical cabinet and to use
the machine’s HMI to program or monitor weld settings.
4. Enable and set Hold time.
5. Enable and set Afterburst delay and duration.
6. Enable checking for Suspect Parts. Set maximum and
minimum values for Time, Power, Energy, Distance,
and/or position.
Figure 4-14
NS:
7. Enable checking for Bad Parts. Set maximum and
minimum values for Time, Power, Energy, Distance,
and/or position.
EtherNet/IP™ Communications Module
8. Configure advanced hardware settings including Frequency tracking, Free Run Frequency, Frequency Lock
and Hold, and Frequency limits.
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Section 4 – Standard System Status and Controls
System Verification Tests
A
Preliminary Setup
1. Plug in the AC line cord to the correct AC power outlet. See Table 6 -II (Page 52) for the model power requirements.
2. Attach a compatible ultrasonic probe to the ultrasound
output connector - J1.
3. Activate the AC Breaker/Switch A to the ON position.
Testing the Generator
Figure 4 - 15
(Complete steps 1-3 above, and then continue with steps
4, 5, and 6 below).
4.
The start up sequence begins. Then the display shows
the splash screen. The start up sequence ends when
the display shows the menu screen.
5.
System Operating Mode Key Tests (See Figure 4-16)
a. Press the OFFLINE mode key B .
The display shows OFFLINE in the upper right hand
corner and the screen background will change to yellow.
Rear Panel AC Breaker/Switch
D
B
C
Figure 4 - 16
Operating Mode Key Tests
Figure 4 - 17
Testing the Generator
b. Press the TEST key C .
The ultrasound should not activate, and the Alarm ID
#308 will be displayed.
c. Press the ONLINE key D .
The display shows ONLINE in the upper right hand
corner and the screen background will change back to
white.
d. Press the TEST key C . Ultrasound should activate and the Test screen will be displayed showing
Amplitude, Power, and Frequency values. Release the
TEST key.
6.
Optionally, system status outputs can be monitored
during this test.
The ultrasound status output activates only when ultrasound is active.
The power monitor output signal indicates the ultrasonic
power level.
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System Test
To test the system’s ultrasound operation, perform the
following steps.
1. For this test, the generator must be ONLINE. Make
sure ONLINE appears in the upper right corner of the
display.
CAUTION
Any unusually loud noise
from the probe stack indicates that it has been
improperly assembled.
Check the probe stack
for correct assembly
a n d p r o p e r t o r q u e.
2. Connect a probe to the generator ultrasonic output.
3. Place the probe so that the tip of horn is not in contact
with anything. If you are using a hand probe, you may
feel a slight vibration or sensation in your hand. This
is normal. There should not be any loud or unusual
noise.
4. Navigate to the Real Time Data screen
5. Press and hold the TEST key ( A in Figure 4-18).
6. The first segment LED of the SYSTEM POWER
OUTPUT LEVEL bar graph ( B in Figure 4-19) turns
red. The probe will operate as long as the TEST key is
pressed.
7. When the TEST key is released, the SYSTEM POWER OUTPUT LEVEL bar graph turns off (no red in
the bar graph area). This test cannot be performed
with the generator OFFLINE.
A
Figure 4 - 18
Test Key
B
Figure 4 - 19
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Section 4 – Standard System Status and Controls
Probe Operation
1. If the generator is not online, press the ONLINE mode
key ( C in Figure 4-20). ONLINE will appear in the
upper right hand corner of the display ( D in Figure
4-20).
2. Hand Probe – Apply the probe tip to the components
to be ultrasonically joined, and press the hand probe’s
activation switch.
Automation System – Activate the automation system
program to trigger the generator. Move the probe tip
in contact with the components to be ultrasonically
joined, and run a welding cycle.
NOTE
Neither a hand probe or an automation system can trigger the generator
to produce an ultrasound output if the
generator is OFFLINE.
D
3. Hand Probe – The programmed welding time or energy
will be processed, and then the ultrasound will be shut
off.
Automation System – The programmed weld time,
energy, peak power, or distance will be processed, and
then the ultrasound will shut off.
C
E
Figure 4 - 20
Probe Operation
Stopping the Ultrasound Output
Press the OFFLINE key ( E in Figure 4-20).
Ultrasound will deactivate.
Press the emergency (E-STOP) switch, and the ultrasound
signal will deactivate. - This customer supplied switch
is wired to J5 pins 3 and 4 (see System Inputs/Outputs
Signal Descriptions pg. 17) and opens the connection
between those pins when pressed.
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SECTION 5
Contacting Dukane
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Section 5 - Contacting Dukane
Contacting Dukane
Identify Equipment
When contacting Dukane about a service–related
problem, be prepared to give the following information:
• Model number, line voltage and serial number
• Alarm/Fault indicators from the display
• Software version (Press INFO. With selection indicators at System Information, press ENTER to get this
data.)
•
Problem description and steps taken to resolve it
Many problems can be solved over the telephone, so it is
best to call from a telephone located near the equipment.
Intelligent Assembly
Solutions
Mailing Address:
Dukane
2900 Dukane Drive
St. Charles, IL 60174 USA
Phone:
(630) 797–4900
E-Mail:
[email protected]
Fax:
Main
(630) 797–4949
Service & Parts
(630) 584–0796
Website
The website has information about our products,
processes, solutions, and technical data. Downloads are
available for many kinds of literature. This is our main
web address:
www.dukane.com
You can locate your local representative at:
www.dukane.com/contact-us/
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SECTION 6
Specifications
Generator Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Horizontal 2600 watt and below Generator Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Vertical 2600 watt and below Generator Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Operating Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
AC Power Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Interpreting the Model Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Regulatory Agency Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
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ALLOW MIN. 5 INCHES [125 MM]
FOR COOLING
UNIT WEIGHT: 25 lb. [11 kg]
4.00
[101.5]
KEYPAD
5.59
[142.0]
ALLOW MIN.
5 INCHES
[125 MM]
FOR COOLING
5.21
[132.3]
10.53
[267.4]
11.23
[285.3]
USB
EtherNet/IP Modbus
MPC
OPTIONS SLOT
SYSTEM I/O
ULTRASOUND
AC POWER ENTRY
AC BREAKER
CONNECTIONS:
:
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ALLOW MIN. 6 INCHES [150 MM]
FOR CABLE CLEARANCE
17.00
[431.7]
DISPLAY
PE
Horizontal 2600 watt and below Generator Drawing
Figure 6 - 1
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ALLOW MIN.
5 INCHES
[125 MM]
FOR COOLING
ALLOW MIN.
5 INCHES
[125 MM]
FOR COOLING
AC BREAKER
PE
AC POWER ENTRY
10.58
[268.7]
CONNECTIONS:
17.00
[431.7]
4.05
[102.8]
USB
EtherNet/IP Modbus
MPC
OPTIONS SLOT
SYSTEM I/O
ALLOW MIN. 6 INCHES [150 MM]
FOR CABLE CLEARANCE
ULTRASOUND
1.17
[29.7]
18.50
[469.9]
2.88
[73.0]
3.98
[101.1]
5.21
[132.3]
4X .22 [5.6] SLOTS
.53
[13.3]
18.00
[457.2]
DISPLAY
KEYPAD
UNIT WEIGHT: 27 lb. [12 kg]
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Vertical 2600 watt and below Generator Drawing
Figure 6 - 2
Section 6 - Specifications
Operating Environment
Operate the generator within these guidelines:
Temperature:
40°F to 100°F (+4°C to +38°C)
Air Particulates:
Keep the equipment dry
Minimize exposure to moisture, dust, dirt, smoke
and mold
Humidity:
5% to 95% Non–condensing @ +5°C to +30°C
Storage guidelines (generator is not operating):
Temperature:
-4°F to 158°F (-20°C to +70°C)
Air Particulates:
Keep the equipment dry
Minimize exposure to moisture, dust, dirt, smoke
and mold
Humidity:
5% to 95% Non–condensing @ 0°C to +30°C
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AC Power Requirements
Generator
30kHz
30kHz
25kHz
25kHz
20kHz
20kHz
20kHz
20kHz
20kHz
15kHz
15kHz
Operating
Frequency
35HB120-UR-XX
30HB120-UR-XX
30HB090-UR-XX
25HB120-UR-XX
25HB200-2R-XX
20HB500-4R-XX
20HB360-4R-XX
20HB260-2R-XX
20HB180-2R-XX
20HB120-UR-XX
15HB500-4R-XX
15HB360-4R-XX
Generator
Model Number
1200
900
1200
900
1200
2000
5000
3600
2600
1800
1200
5000
3600
Overload
Power
Ratings
100-240V 50/60 Hz @ 15 Amps
100-240V 50/60 Hz @ 15 Amps
100-240V 50/60 Hz @15 Amps
100-240V 50/60 Hz @ 15 Amps
100-240V 50/60 Hz @ 15 Amps
100-240V 50-60 Hz @ 15 Amps
200-240V 50/60 Hz @ 15 Amps
380-480V 50/60 Hz @ 15 Amps*
380-480V 50/60 Hz @ 10 Amps*
200-240V 50/60 Hz @ 15 Amps
200-240V 50/60 Hz @ 12 Amps
100-240V 50/60 Hz @ 15 Amps
380-480V 50/60 Hz @ 15 Amps*
380-480V 50/60 Hz @ 10 Amps*
Input AC Power Requirements
Nominal AC Volt
@ Maximum RMS Current
(3 Phase)
30 Amps
(3 Phase)
30 Amps
North America/
Japan
AC Outlet Rating
(Nominal)
5A
(Nominal)
5A
The AC line voltage and current needed depend on whichever generator has been chosen for your system. See the table below.
35kHz
35HB120-UR-XX
600
100-240V 50/60 Hz @ 15 Amps
Output
Current
(Max)
35kHz
40HB060-UR-XX
900
100-240V 50/60 Hz @ 15 Amps
15 Amps
1.5 - 3 A
0.75 - 2.5 A
1300 VAC
700 - 1300 VAC
(Nominal)
(Nominal)
(Nominal)
(Nominal)
Output
Voltage
(Max)
40kHz
40HB090-UR-XX
1200
(Watts)
40kHz
40HB120-UR-XX
15 Amps
40kHz
Generator AC Power Requirements
Do not operate machine at
voltages lower than 100V.
Current will exceed rating
causing a shock hazard.
WARNING
* For 480 VAC generators, the 24V power supply that connected to power source (24V) shall be listed or labeled with 3rd party
North America marking (UL, CSA, TUV, etc.).
Table 6- II
NOTES:
An X used above in the Model Numbers is a “wildcard” character meaning any valid
character code combination.
Maximum line current requirement is specified at the minimum nominal AC line voltage
and the rated power level.
**If the input line voltage is less than 100V, the output current will exceed 15 Amps.
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20
Nominal U/S Frequency
15 = 15kHz
20 = 20kHz
25 = 25kHz
30 = 30kHz
35 = 35kHz
40 = 40kHz
HB
Chassis Style
2
R = AiM™ Color LCD w/ iQLinQ™
C3
Options Slot Board
System Process Control
R-
Interpreting the Model Number
120 Power Level
500 = 5000 Watts
360 = 3600 Watts
260 = 2600 Watts
200 = 2000 Watts
180 = 1800 Watts
120 = 1200 Watts
090 = 900 Watts
060 = 600 Watts
AC Line Input
4 = 480V Three-Phase Extended Chassis
U = 100-240V Universal voltage input for
1200W and below only
2 = 200-240V for 1800, 2000, 2600
Blank = Ethernet/IP or Modbus TCP/IP
C1 = iQLinQ™ PROFIBUS INTERFACE Module
C3 = iQLinQ™ PROFINET INTERFACE Module
C4 = iQLinQ™ CC-LINK INTERFACE Module
C5 = iQLinQ™ POWERLINK INTERFACE Module
C6 = iQLinQ™ EtherCAT INTERFACE Module
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HB = Horizontal Bench Chassis
VB = Vertical Panel Mount Chassis
The example model number shown here is
20HB120-UR-C3
This means:
A 20kHz generator, rated for 1,200 watts,
horizontal bench, operating on a 100-240 VAC
line, with an ANYBUS PROFINET module in the
options slot.
Interpreting the Model Number
Figure 6- 3
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Regulatory Agency Compliance
FCC
The generator complies with the following Federal Communications Commission regulations.
• The limits for FCC measurement procedure MP-5,
“Methods of Measurement of Radio Noise Emissions
from ISM Equipment”, pursuant to FCC Title 47 Part
18 for Ultrasonic Equipment.
CE Marking
This mark on your equipment certifies that it meets the
requirements of the EU (European Union) concerning
interference causing equipment regulations. CE stands
for Conformité Europeéne (European Conformity). The
equipment complies with the following CE requirements.
• The EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
for Heavy Industrial —
EN 61000-6-4: 2001
EN 55011: 2003
EN 61000-6-2: 2005
EN61000–4–2
EN61000–4–3
EN61000–4–4
EN61000–4–5
EN61000–4–6
EN61000–4–8
EN61000–4–11
• The Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC.
UL
The iQ generator complies with these standards:
Underwriters Laboratories:
UL 61010-1, and
National Standards of Canada:
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1-12
as verified by TÜV Rheinland.
• The Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.
EN 60204: 2006
Safety of Machinery - Electrical Equipment of
Machines Part 1: General Requirements.
IP Rating
The iQ generator has an IP (International Protection)
rating from the IEC (International Electrotechnical
Commission).
The rating is IP2X, in compliance with finger-safe
industry standards.
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CAUTION
DO NOT make any modifications to the generator
or associated cables as
the changes may result
in violating one or more
regulations under which
this equipment is manufactured.
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Dukane ISO
ISO CERTIFICATION
Dukane chose to become ISO certified in
order to demonstrate to our customers our
continuing commitment to being a quality
vendor. By passing its audit, Dukane can assure you that we have in place a well–defined
and systematic approach to quality design,
manufacturing, delivery and service. This
certificate reinforces Dukane's status as a
quality vendor of technology and products.
To achieve ISO certification, you must prove
to one of the quality system registrar groups
that you meet three requirements:
1. Leadership
2. Involvement
3. Quality in Line Organizations and Quality System Infrastructure.
The ISO standards establish a minimum requirement for these requirements and starts
transitioning the company from a traditional
inspection–oriented quality system to one
based on partnership for continuous improvement. This concept is key in that Dukane no
longer focuses on inspection, but on individual processes.
Dukane's quality management system is
based on the following three objectives:
1. Customer oriented quality. The aim is to
improve customer satisfaction.
2. Quality is determined by people. The
aim is to improve the internal organization and cooperation between staff
members.
3. Quality is a continuous improvement.
The aim is to continuously improve the
internal organization and the competitive position.
Dukane products are
manufactured in ISO
registered facilities
View the Dukane ISO certificate of
compliance at: https://documents.dukane.com/Certifications/ISO-Cert.pdf
Please refer to our website at:
www.dukane.com/contact-us/
to locate your local representative.
iQ Series, AiM™ Color Front Panel
Part No. 403-610-00
www.dukane.com
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Dukane • 2900 Dukane Drive • St. Charles, Illinois 60174 USA • TEL (630) 797-4900
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