Graco 3A3955D, ProBell System Logic Controller Instructions

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Instructions and Parts

ProBell

®

System Logic

Controller

C

For control of a ProBell Rotary Applicator System.

For professional use only.

Model 24Z223

Important Safety Instructions

Read all warnings and instructions in this manual and in your other ProBell system manuals. Save these instructions.

3A3955D

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Table of Contents

Related Manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Component Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Install the Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Module Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Environmental Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Menu Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Keys and Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Soft Key Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Navigating the Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Screen Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Initial Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Multiple Gun Startup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Multiple Gun Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Setup Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

System Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Gun Screen 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Gun Screen 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Gun Screen 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Gun Screen 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Gun Screen 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Preset Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Maintenance Screen 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Maintenance Screen 2* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Maintenance Screen 3* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Maintenance Screen 4* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Maintenance Screen 5* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Calibration Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Gateway Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

PLC Diagnostic Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Advanced Screen 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Advanced Screen 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Advanced Screen 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Advanced Screen 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Run Mode Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Status Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Spray Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Error Log Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Event Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Network Communications and Discrete I/O . . . . 28

Communication Gateway Module . . . . . . . . 28

Discrete I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Digital Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Digital Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Analog Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Analog Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Network Communication I/O Data Map . . . . . . . . 31

Applicator Network Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Applicator 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Output Register 00: Current Applicator Mode 31

Output Register 01: Active Preset . . . . . . . . 31

Output Register 02: Air Control Solenoid Status

32

Output Register 03: Target Shaping Air One 32

Output Register 04: Target Shaping Air Two 32

Output Register 05: Target Turbine Speed . 33

Output Register 06: Target Electrostatic Voltage

33

Output Register 07: Target Electrostatic Current

33

Output Register 08: Actual Shaping Air 1 . . 33

Output Register 09: Actual Shaping Air 2 . . 33

Output Register 10: Actual Turbine Speed . 33

Output Register 11: Actual Electrostatic Voltage

33

Output Register 12: Actual Electrostatic Current

33

Output Register 13: Paint Trigger Status . . 33

Output Register 14: Electrostatic Trigger Status

33

Output Register 15: System Status . . . . . . . 33

Applicator 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

Output Register 16: Current Applicator Mode 35

Output Register 17: Active Preset . . . . . . . . 36

Output Register 18: Air Control Solenoid Status

36

Output Register 19: Target Shaping Air One

(Inner) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Output Register 20: Target Shaping Air Two

(Outer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Output Register 21: Target Turbine Speed . 37

Output Register 22: Target Electrostatic Voltage

37

Output Register 23: Target Electrostatic Current

37

Output Register 24: Actual Shaping Air 1 . . 37

Output Register 25: Actual Shaping Air 2 . . 37

Output Register 26: Actual Turbine Speed . 37

Output Register 27: Actual Electrostatic Voltage

37

Output Register 28: Actual Electrostatic Current

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Output Register 29: Paint Trigger Status . . 37

Output Register 30: Electrostatic Trigger Status

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Output Register 32: System Status . . . . . . 38

Applicator Network Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Applicator 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Input Register 00: System Mode Command 43

Input Register 01: Goto Preset . . . . . . . . . . 43

Input Register 02: Air Control Solenoids . . . 43

Input Register 03: Dynamic Shaping Air 1 Set

Point (Inner) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Input Register 04: Dynamic Shaping Air 2 Set

Point (Outer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Input Register 05: Dynamic Turbine Speed Set

Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Input Register 06: Dynamic Electrostatic

Voltage Set Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Input Register 07: Dynamic Electrostatic

Current Set Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Input Register 08: Clear Active Alarm . . . . . 44

Input Register 09: Paint Trigger . . . . . . . . . 44

Input Register 10: Electrostatic Trigger . . . 45

Applicator 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Input Register 11: System Mode Command 45

Input Register 12: Goto Preset . . . . . . . . . . 45

Input Register 13: Air Control Solenoids . . . 45

Input Register 14: Dynamic Shaping Air 1 Set

Point (Inner) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Input Register 15: Dynamic Shaping Air 2 Set

Point (Outer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Input Register 16: Dynamic Turbine Speed Set

Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Input Register 17: Dynamic Electrostatic

Voltage Set Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Input Register 18: Dynamic Electrostatic

Current Set Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Input Register 19: Clear Active Alarm . . . . . 46

Input Register 20: Paint Trigger . . . . . . . . . 46

Input Register 21: Electrostatic Trigger . . . 46

INPUT REGISTERS 22 – 25: DCS Command

Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Network Communication - Dynamic Command

Structure (DCS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

USB Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

USB Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Event Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

System Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

System Configuration Settings File . . . . . . . . . . 56

Custom Language File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Create Custom Language Strings . . . . . . . . 57

Download Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

Upload Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Replace Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Upgrade Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

LED Diagnostic Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

To Clear Error and Restart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

Communication Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

Electrostatic Controller Failure Errors . . . . . . . . 63

Electrostatic Controller Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

Electrostatic Controller Arc Detection Errors . . . 66

Electrostatic Controller CAN Bus Errors . . . . . . 67

Interlock Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Speed Controller Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Electronic Shaping Air Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68

Solenoid Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69

Bearing Air Pressure Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

System Logic Controller Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Records and Advisories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Maintenance Advisories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

Appendix A: Integration with Allen Bradley PLC 74

Graco Standard Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76

Graco Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76

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Description

ProBell

®

Rotary Applicator

ProBell

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Rotary Applicator, Hollow Wrist

ProBell

®

Electrostatic Controller

ProBell

®

Speed Controller

ProBell

®

Air Controller

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®

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Warnings

The following warnings are for the setup, use, grounding, maintenance, and repair of this equipment. The exclamation point symbol alerts you to a general warning and the hazard symbols refer to procedure-specific risks. When these symbols appear in the body of this manual or on warning labels, refer back to these Warnings. Product-specific hazard symbols and warnings not covered in this section may appear throughout the body of this manual where applicable.

WARNING

ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD

This equipment must be grounded. Improper grounding, setup, or usage of the system can cause electric shock.

• Turn off and disconnect power at main switch before disconnecting any cables and before servicing or installing equipment.

• Connect only to grounded power source.

• All electrical wiring must be done by a qualified electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations.

EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD

Misuse can cause death or serious injury.

• Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

• Do not exceed the maximum working pressure or temperature rating of the lowest rated system component. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals.

• Use fluids and solvents that are compatible with equipment wetted parts. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals. Read fluid and solvent manufacturer’s warnings. For complete information about your material, request Safety Data Sheet (SDS) from distributor or retailer.

• Turn off all equipment and follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when equipment is not in use.

• Check equipment daily. Repair or replace worn or damaged parts immediately with genuine manufacturer’s replacement parts only.

• Do not alter or modify equipment. Alterations or modifications may void agency approvals and create safety hazards.

• Make sure all equipment is rated and approved for the environment in which you are using it.

• Use equipment only for its intended purpose. Call your distributor for information.

• Route hoses and cables away from traffic areas, sharp edges, moving parts, and hot surfaces.

• Do not kink or over bend hoses or use hoses to pull equipment.

• Keep children and animals away from work area.

• Comply with all applicable safety regulations.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Wear appropriate protective equipment when in the work area to help prevent serious injury, including eye injury, hearing loss, inhalation of toxic fumes, and burns. Protective equipment includes but is not limited to:

• Protective eyewear, and hearing protection.

• Respirators, protective clothing, and gloves as recommended by the fluid and solvent manufacturer.

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Component Identification

Component Identification

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C

A

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D

E

F

H G

TI12362a

F IG . 1: Component Identification - Front

Key:

Ref. Function

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

Startup/Shutdown Button

Turns the system on and off.

System Status Indicator LED

Displays the system status.

Stop Button

Stops all system processes. Is not a safety or emergency stop.

Soft Keys

Press to select the specific screen or operation shown

on the display directly next to each key. See Soft Key

Icons , page 10.

Cancel Button

Cancels a selection or number entry within the active field.

Enter Button

Acknowledges changing a value or making a selection.

Lock/Setup

Toggles between run and setup screens. If setup screens are password protected, button toggles between run and password entry screens.

R S N M r_24E451_3B9900_1a

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L

P

R

S

Ref. Function

H

M

N

Navigation Buttons

Navigate within a screen or to a new screen.

Model Number Tag

USB Module Interface

USB port and USB indicator LEDs

CAN Connector

Power connection

Module Status LEDs

See LED Diagnostic Information , page 61, for signal

definitions.

Battery Cover

Token Access Cover

Digital I/O Port for Light Tower

K

L

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Install the Controller

Installing and servicing this equipment requires access to parts that may cause electric shock or other serious injury if work is not performed properly.

• Do not install or service this equipment unless you are trained and qualified.

• Do not install equipment approved only for a non-hazardous location in a hazardous location.

• Comply with all applicable local, state, and national fire, electrical, and other safety regulations.

Wall mounting: If the system does not have a speed controller, the logic controller can be mounted on a wall, using bracket kit 15V350 in a non-hazardous location.

Speed controller mounting: Mount the ProBell System

Logic Controller on the front of the ProBell Speed Controller. Both controllers must be mounted in the non-hazardous location.

1.

The bracket ships from the factory already installed on the speed controller.

2.

Press the Logic Controller into the bracket until it locks in place.

3.

Connect a CAN/Power cable from one of the CAN ports on the Speed Controller, Air Controller, or

Electrostatic Controller to the CAN port on the Logic

Controller.

Install the Controller

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Module Overview

Module Overview

The ProBell System Logic Controller controls and monitors one or two ProBell Rotary Applicator systems through the user interface or through communication with a PLC.

Menu Bar

The menu bar appears at the top of each screen.

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Power Supply

The ProBell System Logic Controller requires a Class 2 power supply. Refer to manual (3A4232), ProBell Cart

Systems for system level power supply guidelines.

Environmental Conditions

Refer to manual (3A4232) ProBell Cart Systems for guidelines regarding environmental conditions for the

ProBell System Logic Controller.

Display

The System Logic Controller display shows graphical and text information related to setup and spray operations.

For details on the display and individual screens, see

Initial Setup, page 13

, or

System Screen, page 13

.

Keys are used to input numerical data, enter setup screens, navigate within a screen, scroll through screens, and select setup values.

NOTICE

To prevent damage to the softkey buttons, do not press the buttons with sharp objects such as pens, plastic cards, or fingernails.

C D

Date and Time (A)

The date and time are always displayed in one of the following formats. The time is always displayed as a

24-hour clock. See

PLC Diagnostic Screens, page 22 ,

to set.

• DD/MM/YY HH:MM

• MM/DD/YY HH:MM

• YY/MM/DD HH:MM

Arrows

The left and right arrows indicate screen navigation.

Screen Menu (B)

The screen menu indicates the currently active screen, which is highlighted. It also indicates the associated screens that are available by scrolling left and right (i.e.,

Events/SprayGun).

System Mode (C)

The current system mode is displayed at the left of the menu bar. There are five modes: Gun Off, Startup, Idle,

Spray, and Purge.

Error Status (D)

If there is an active system error, one of the following icons is displayed in the middle of the menu bar. There are three possibilities: Advisory, Deviation, or Alarm. If there is no icon, the system has no information or no error has occurred.

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Icon Function Description

Advisory

Deviation

Alarm

Informational

Important, no system shutdown.

Very important, system shutdown.

Module Overview

Keys and Indicators

NOTICE

To prevent damage to the softkey buttons, do not press the buttons with sharp objects such as pens, plastic cards, or fingernails.

Key

Power

Function

When the system is in Gun Off mode, press to activate the applicator. When the system is active, press to deactivate the applicator and enter Gun Off mode.

Stop

Press to stop the system immediately and deactivate electrostatics, turbine air, and shaping air.

Navigation

Left/Right Arrows: Use to move from screen to screen.

Up/Down Arrows: Use to move among the fields on a screen, to move through the items on a drop down menu, or to move among multiple screens within a function.

Numeric Keypad

1 2 3

4 5 6

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Cancel

Use to input values.

Use to cancel a data entry field. The cancel button cannot be used to acknowledge events

(see Enter).

Setup Press to enter or exit Setup mode.

Enter Press to choose a field to update, to make a selection, to save a selection or value, to enter a screen, or to acknowledge an event.

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Module Overview

Soft Key Icons

Press a soft key to select the specific screen or operation shown on the display directly next to each key.

Blue icons show that a button is not available.

Gray icons with a green outline show that a button is available and is Active, or Selected.

Blue icons with a gray outline show that a button is available, but not Active, or not Selected.

NOTICE

To prevent damage to the softkey buttons, do not press the buttons with sharp objects such as pens, plastic cards, or fingernails.

Key

Enter Screen

Function

Press to enter a screen for editing. Editable data on the screen is highlighted. Use up/down arrows to move among the data fields.

Exit Screen

Press to exit a screen after editing.

Gun On* Press to turn on the applicator. This soft key has the same function as the Power key, but it appears on the Spray screen only when in Gun Off mode. The icon does not appear if manual override is disabled.

Gun Off*

Press to turn off the applicator (only 2 applicators)

Idle*

Press to put the system into Idle mode.

Purge*

Press to put the system into Purge mode.

Spray*

Press to put the system into Spray mode.

Cup Wash*

Press to activate/deactivate the cup wash solenoid using the solvent valve when the applicator is in Purge mode.

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Module Overview

Key

Dump Valve*

Function

Press to activate/deactivate the dump valve solenoid when the applicator is in Purge or

Idle mode.

Electrostatics*

Press to activate/deactivate the electrostatics when the applicator is in Spray mode.

Paint Trigger

Press to activate/deactivate the paint trigger (fluid flow) solenoid when the applicator is in

Idle, Spray or Purge mode. This icon appears only if manual override is enabled and the paint trigger is defined as Local, in Gun Setup.

Shaping Air (Inner)*

Press to activate/deactivate the inner shaping air solenoid when the applicator is in Idle or

Spray mode.

Shaping Air (Outer)*

Press to activate/deactivate the outer shaping air solenoid when the applicator is in Idle or

Spray mode.

Solvent

Press to activate/deactivate the solvent auxiliary valve(s) when the applicator is in Purge mode. This icon appears only if manual override is enabled and if at least one auxiliary solenoid is configured for Solvent.

Calibrate Inner

Shaping Air

+

Press to calibrate the inner shaping air feedback voltage from the pressure transducer when the applicator is in Gun Off mode.

Calibrate Outer

Shaping Air

+

Press to calibrate the outer shaping air feedback voltage from the pressure transducer when the applicator is in Gun Off mode.

Reset Valve Count

+

Press and hold for five (5) seconds to reset a valve counter.

Calibrate Turbine

Air

+

Press to calibrate the turbine air voltage from the pressure transducer when the applicator is in Gun Off mode.

*

Icon appears only if manual override is enabled. See System Screen, page 13 .

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Module Overview

Navigating the Screens

The System Logic Controller has two sets of screens:

• The Run screens control spraying operations and display system status and data.

• The Setup screens control system parameters and advanced features.

Screen Icons

Symbols are used to simplify global communication. The following descriptions explain what each icon represents.

Icon Function

Active preset

Press on any Run screen to enter the Setup screens. If the system has a password lock, the Password screen displays. If the system is not locked (password is set to 0000),the System screen displays.

Press screen.

on any Setup screen to return to the Status

Rotational speed or pressure if speed control is bypassed

Inner shaping air state

Outer shaping air state

Press to access the fields and make changes.

Press to exit edit mode.

Use the other soft keys to select the function adjacent to them.

Date indicator

Time indicator

Alarm/Event indicator

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Initial Setup

Initial Setup

At power up, the Graco logo displays for approximately 5 seconds, followed by the

Status Screen, page 24 .

Press on the Status screen to enter the Setup screens for initial setup or to make setup changes.

Multiple Gun Shutdown

Press on the display module to turn off power to the applicators. The following pop-up screen is displayed.

Loading Screen

Status screen

Multiple Gun Startup

If the system is powered down, press the following pop-up screen.

to display

Select either applicator or both, to power off.

Setup Screens

The Setup mode is used to set up a password (if desired) and to set parameters for applicator operation.

See

Module Overview, page 8 , for information on how

to make selections, enter data, and icon descriptions.

System Screen

Use this screen to set basic system parameters.

Select either applicator or both, to power on.

Number of Guns : Set the number of guns in the system. Range=1 or 2; Default=1 gun.

Manual Override: Check this box to give users system control at the System Logic Controller. Leave the box unchecked if all system settings are controlled through a

PC, PLC, or other networked device.

Display Turbine Pressure: Check this box to give users a view of the turbine pressure reading on the

Spray Screen when the system is controlled to a set speed.

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Initial Setup

Gun Screen 1

Use this screen to set basic gun parameters.

Gun Type : Select the type of gun used in the system.

Applicator type selection pre-configures the system controllers.

• ProBell (Default): Air Control, Speed Control, ES

Control

• AirPro Auto: Air Control

• G40 Auto: Air Control

• AirPro EFX: Air control

• Pro Xpc Auto: Air Control, ES Control

Default Preset : Use the number keypad to set what is active on system power up. Range=0-98; Default=0.

Offsets : Check this box to enable users to change the preset targets by a limited amount.

NOTE: Units of measure are:

• Psi +/- 9 units of pressure

• Bar +/- 0.62 units of pressure

• MPa +/- 0.062 units of pressure

• Speed +/- 9 kRPM

• Voltage +/- 20 kV

• Current +/- 9 µA

Paint Trigger : Select the method by which the gun receives the signal to trigger paint:

• Disabled - The paint trigger is controlled by other equipment in the system.

• Local (Default) - The paint trigger is activated by pressing the Activate Paint Trigger softkey on the System Logic Controller. This appears only if manual override is enabled.

• Network - The Logic Controller triggers the paint in response to a signal received via a PC, PLC, or other networked device.

• Discrete - The Logic Controller triggers the paint in response to a signal received via a direct, hard-wired connection.

• Input Only - The Logic Controller is notified via a direct, hard-wired connection that another device has triggered the paint.

ES Enable : Select the method by which the gun receives the signal to activate electrostatics.

• Disabled - The electrostatics are activated by other equipment in the system

• Local (Default) - The electrostatics are activated by pressing the electrostatic softkey on the System Logic Controller. This appears only if manual override is enabled.

• Network - The Logic Controller activates the electrostatics in response to a signal received via a PC,

PLC, or other networked device.

• Discrete - The Logic Controller activates the electrostatics in response to a signal received via a direct, hard-wired connection to the electrostatic controller.

Idle Timer : Use the number keypad to set the amount of time the applicator remains in Spray mode with the paint trigger inactive before the system returns automatically to Idle mode. Range=0-999 minutes; Default=0 minutes

(Disable).

NOTE: The Idle Time field is disabled if air controller is

disabled. See Gun Screen 2, page 15

.

Idle Speed : Use the number keypad to set the desired speed at which the bell cup rotates when the gun is in

Idle mode. Select a speed lower than the desired spray speed. Range=10-30 kRPM; Default=15 kRPM

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Initial Setup

Gun Screen 2

Use this screen to enable or disable air control by the

System Logic Controller and to set parameters if enabled.

Dump Valve Timer: Use the number keypad to set the time in seconds for the dump valve to remain open. The dump valve opens when triggered and closes automatically after the timer expires. It can be closed manually before the timer runs out. Range=0-999 seconds;

Default=0 seconds (Disabled)

Gun Screen 3

Use this screen to set up the auxiliary solenoids in the air controller. An X indicates the operation modes in which each solenoid is active, based on the menu selection. For example, when interlock is selected for Auxiliary 1, the solenoid is active when in Idle, Spray, and

Purge modes.

Air Control: Check this box if the system uses either of the ProBell Air Controllers.

Air Control Type: Select the type of ProBell Air Controller used in the system.

• Electronic (Default): Uses voltage to pressure regulators in order to control shaping air.

• Manual: Use manual pressure regulators to control shaping air.

Shaping Air Alarm Time: Electronic air control only.

Use the number keypad to set the length of time that the shaping air pressure (inner or outer) can be outside of the range before triggering a deviation or alarm.

Range=0-60 seconds; Default=0 seconds (Disabled).

Shaping Air Deviation: Electronic air control only. This field is active if the Shaping Air Alarm Time is enabled

(not 0). Set this field to the amount of pressure above or below the target that triggers a deviation (does not turn off the equipment). Range=1-99 psi; Default=5.

Shaping Air Alarm: Electronic air control only. This field is active if the Shaping Air Alarm Time is enabled (not

0). Set this field to the amount of pressure above or below the target that triggers an alarm (turns off the equipment). Range=1-99 psi; Default=10.

Cup Wash Timer: Use the number keypad to set the time in seconds for the cup wash. The cup wash begins when triggered and stops automatically after the timer expires. It can be stopped by the user or through a PLC before the timer runs out. Range=0-999 seconds;

Default=0 seconds (Disabled)

Disabled: The auxiliary solenoid is never turned on.

Interlock: The auxiliary solenoid is automatically activated in Idle, Spray, and Purge operation modes. For example, this option could be used to stop fluid flow if the system generates an alarm, or could signal a networked device that the system is not ready for fluid.

Paint: The auxiliary solenoid is automatically activated in Idle and Spray operation modes. For example, this option could be used to open a paint valve in a color stack.

Solvent: The auxiliary solenoid can be activated via softkey in Purge operation mode, which appears only if manual override is enabled. For example, this option could be used to open a solvent valve in a color stack.

Custom: The user can select the operation modes in which the auxiliary solenoid is turned on. For example, this option could be used in reverse logic, to signal the

PLC that the gun is off.

PLC: A networked device has control of all auxiliary output. Auxiliary output is turned off in Gun Off mode.

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Initial Setup

Gun Screen 4

Use this screen to enable or disable turbine speed control by the System Logic Controller and to set parameters.

Speed Alarm: This field is active if the Speed Alarm

Time is enabled (not 0). Set the number of rotations above or below the target that triggers an alarm (turns off the equipment). Range=1-5 kRPM; Default=2.

NOTE: The system automatically turns off if the speed exceeds 65,000 rpm.

Turbine Maximum Pressure: This field is active only if

Bypass is selected for Speed Control Type. Use the number keypad to set the maximum pressure to the turbine. Range=7-80 psi; Default=10 psi.

Gun Screen 5

Use this screen to enable or disable electrostatics control by the System Logic Controller.

Speed Control: Check this box if the system uses the

ProBell Speed Controller.

Speed Control Type: Select the type of speed control.

• Speed - Uses feedback from the bell to make adjustments to the turbine speed.

• Bypass - Controls the turbine with pressure, without feedback.

In Bypass mode, with no feedback to the controller, take care to monitor turbine speed. Operating in excess of the maximum turbine speed will damage the turbine.

NOTICE

Speed Deviation Time: Use the number keypad to set the length of time that the turbine speed can be faster or slower than the target before triggering a deviation

(does not turn off the equipment). Range=0-60 seconds;

Default=0 seconds (Disabled)

Speed Deviation: This field is active if the Speed Deviation Time is enabled (not 0). Set the number of rotations above or below the target that triggers a deviation error

(does not turn off the equipment). Range=1-5 kRPM;

Default=1

Speed Alarm Time: Set the length of time that the turbine speed can be faster or slower than the target before triggering an alarm (turns off the equipment).

Range=0-60 seconds; Default=0 seconds (Disabled)

Electrostatic Control: Check this box to make all electrostatic settings and changes on the System Logic

Controller screens, rather than on the Electrostatic Controller screens.

Electrostatic Type: This is a display only field that shows whether if the electrostatic controller is solventborne or waterborne.

Interlock Type: Select the type of electrostatic interlocks.

• System – Use the interlocks on the electrostatic controller to interlock all system operation. The system will not start without satisfying the electrostatic controller interlocks. If the electrostatic controller interlocks are removed, the system will shut down.

• Electrostatic – Use the interlocks on the electrostatic controller to interlock electrostatic operation only. The system will start without satisfying the electrostatic controller interlocks. The system will shut down if electrostatics are enabled without satisfying the electrostatic controller interlocks, or if the electrostatic controller interlocks are removed while electrostatics are enabled.

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Initial Setup

Preset Screens

Use the Preset screens to configure spray parameters for Presets 0 through 98. See the Applicator manual for instructions on adjusting the spray pattern.

For Waterborne Models: Range=0 or 10-60 kV;

Default=60 kV.

Current: This field is available only if Electrostatic

Control is enabled on

Gun Screen 5, page 16

. Use the number keypad to set the desired spraying current in micro-amperes (

A). Range=0-150

A; Default=150

A

Maintenance Screen 1

Use this screen to set up the valve maintenance reminders. When the number of valve cycles exceeds this number, the corresponding maintenance advisory appears.

A setting of 0 disables all maintenance advisories.

Preset: Select the desired Preset in either of two ways.

1.) Press to enter the screen, then enter the desired preset number using the number keypad.

2.) Use the up/down arrows to scroll to the desired Preset, then press .

Inner Air: This field is available only if Air Control is enabled and Air Control Type is set to Electronic on

Gun Screen 2, page 15 . Use the number keypad to set

the desired pressure for the inner shaping air.

Range=7-99 psi; Default=10 psi

Outer Air: This field is available only if Air Control is enabled and Air Control Type is set to Electronic on

Gun Screen 2, page 15 . Use the number keypad to set

the desired pressure for the outer shaping air.

Range=7-99 psi; Default=10 psi

Speed: This field is available only if Speed Control is enabled on

Gun Screen 4, page 16 . Use the number

keypad to set the desired turbine rotation speed in

Speed Control mode or desired turbine pressure in

Bypass mode. Range=10-60 kRPM; Default=25 kRPM.

Voltage: This field is available only if Electrostatic

Control is enabled on

Gun Screen 5, page 16 . Use the

number keypad to set the desired spraying voltage in kilovolts (kV).

Maintenance Screen 2*

Use this screen to view and reset cycle counters for the

Paint Trigger, Dump Valve, and Solvent Valve solenoids

(in an air controller). To reset the cycle count, press and hold the corresponding soft key for five seconds. When in Gun Off mode, these solenoids can also be triggered to verify functionality. This screen is only enabled if the

system has Air Control enabled. ( Gun Screen 2 , page

15

).

For Solventborne models: Range=0, 10-100 kV;

Default=100 kV.

*To trigger a solenoid in Maintenance mode, the applicator must be in Gun Off mode. Press to enter the screen. Select the desired solenoid and press enter to open. An X appears in the corresponding box. All open solenoids close when the screen is exited.

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Initial Setup

Maintenance Screen 3*

This screen is only enabled if the system has Air Control enabled (

Gun Screen 2

,

page 15 ).

Use this screen to view and reset cycle counters for the

Inner Shaping Air and Outer Shaping Air solenoids (in an air controller). To reset the cycle count, press and hold the corresponding soft key for five seconds. When in Gun Off mode, these solenoids also can be triggered to verify functionality.

This screen is only enabled if the system has Air Control

enabled ( Gun Screen 2

,

page 15

). For an electronic air control, Inner Air is set to 15 psi, and Outer Air is set to

20 psi for this test.

NOTE: When the system is set up to use a manual air control (See Gun Setup,

Gun Screen 2, page 15 Air

Control Type Field) a field called Turbine appears to track turbine air solenoid cycles and allow enable/disable of solenoid for verifying functionality.1

Maintenance Screen 5*

Use this screen to view and reset cycle counters for the

Turbine Air and Braking Air solenoids (in the Speed

Controller). To reset the cycle count, press and hold the corresponding soft key for five seconds. When in Gun

Off mode, these solenoids can also be triggered to verify functionality.

The current turbine speed is displayed at the bottom of the screen. If the turbine speed is greater than

30k RPM, the system automatically disables the turbine and brake solenoid.

Use the Fiber Test field to determine the strength of the fiber optic signal. This field is updated when the ProBell coasts down to 0kRPM. The system displays PASS or

FAIL based on the last speed. If FAIL appears, perform maintenance on fiber optic speed detection. See ProBell

Speed Controller manual 3A3953 for more information.

This screen is only enabled if the system has Speed

Control enabled ( Gun Screen 4, page 16

). Turbine pressure is set to 7 psi.

Maintenance Screen 4*

Use this screen to view and reset cycle counters for the

Auxiliary solenoids (in an air controller). To reset the cycle count, press and hold the corresponding soft key for five seconds. When in Gun Off mode, these solenoids also can be triggered to verify functionality.

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Initial Setup

Calibration Screen

Use this screen to calibrate the pressure readings for the inner and outer shaping air and the turbine air.

If the system has no gateway installed, the following screen displays when the Gateway tab is selected.

1.

Place the system in Gun Off mode.

2.

The system must not be under pressure. If needed, follow the Pressure Relief Procedure in the Pro-

Bell Rotary Applicator manual.

3.

To calibrate, press each softkey (Calibrate Inner Air,

Calibrate Outer Air, and Calibrate Turbine Air). If Air

Control (

Gun Screen 2, page 15 ) is disabled, no

Inner Air or Outer Air softkey displays. If Speed Con-

trol ( Gun Screen 4, page 16

) is disabled, no Calibrate Turbine Air softkey displays.

4.

The value on the screen updates if the calibration is successful.

NOTE: Calibration is performed at the factory and should only be required when replacing an air regulator or voltage to pressure regulator, or after updating software.

Gateway Screens

Configuration of the system determines the Gateway screens that display. The System Logic Controller automatically detects which Graco Gateway is connected to the system, and displays the Gateway screens accordingly. Graco Gateways available include:

• DeviceNet

• EtherNet I/P

• Modbus TCP

• PROFINET

DeviceNet Gateway Screen 1

Use this screen to enter and save DeviceNet configuration information.

• Enter the address used to identify the device on the

DeviceNet network (0-63).

• Select the desired baud rate from the dropdown menu.

125 kbps

250 kbps

500 kbps

• Check the Save box to write the settings to the

Gateway. Wait displays on the screen to indicate changes are being applied.

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Initial Setup

DeviceNet Gateway Screen 2

This screen displays the hardware revision number, system serial number, map ID, map name, map revision number, and map install date.

EtherNet/IP Gateway Screen 2

This screen displays the hardware revision number, system serial number, map ID, map name, map revision number, and map install date.

EtherNet/IP Gateway Screen 1

Use this screen to enter and save EtherNet/IP configuration information.

Modbus TCP Gateway Screen

Use this screen to enter and save Modbus TCP configuration information.

• Enter the DHCP address, the IP address, the subnet mask, the Gateway address, DNS 1, and DNS 2.

• Check the Save box to write the settings to the

Gateway.

• Make sure the Enable box is unchecked.

• Enter the DHCP address, the IP address, the subnet mask, the Gateway address, DNS 1, and DNS 2.

• Check the Enable box to write the settings to the

Gateway.

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Initial Setup

PROFINET Gateway Screen 1

Use this screen to enter and save PROFINET configuration information.

PROFINET Gateway Screen 3

This screen displays the hardware revision number, system serial number, map ID, map name, map revision number, and map install date.

• Enter the DHCP address, the IP address, the subnet mask, the Gateway address, DNS 1, and DNS 2.

• Check the Save box to write the settings to the

Gateway.

PROFINET Gateway Screen 2

This screen displays the device address, install date, function tag, and system description.

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Initial Setup

PLC Diagnostic Screens

Use the PLC Diagnostic screens to verify PLC communications. These screens provide a real-time status of all network inputs and outputs.

PLC Diagnostic Screens 1-4

These screens show all ProBell network outputs with their associated register ID, address, current value, and any relevant state information.

PLC Diagnostic Screen 9

This screen encapsulates all the registers used in the

Dynamic Command Structure. Arguments and command registers are shown on the left. Acknowledge and

Return registers are show on the right. When a valid

DCS command is sent, the Return registers display the appropriate data on the right side of the screen. This data can be used to test and verify DCS commands with the PLC.

PLC Diagnostic Screens 5-8

These screens show all ProBell network inputs with their associated register ID, address, current value, and any relevant state information.

NOTE: If a network input has not been written, it shows a value of 4294967295 (0xFFFFFFFF) and the state as invalid.

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Advanced Screen 1

Use this screen to set user preferences.

Initial Setup

Advanced Screen 3

Use this screen if the system is set up to send or receive

data via USB. See Troubleshooting, page 61

, for information about using this feature.

Language: Select the desired language.

Date Format: Select the desired date format.

Date: Enter today’s date using the number keypad.

Time: Enter the correct local time using the number keypad. Be aware that the time does not update automatically for local adjustments, such as daylight savings time.

Password: Use the number keypad to set a password, if desired, for entry into the Setup screens. Set the password to 0000 (which is the default) to disable password protection.

Screen Saver: Use the number keypad to set the amount of time that the screen remains backlit if no button is pressed.

Silent Mode: Check this box so the System Logic Controller does not beep every time a button is pressed or when events are active.

Advanced Screen 2

Use this screen to select the pressure units for the shaping air pressures and speed bypass mode.

Enable USB Downloads/Uploads: Check this box to enable USB download and upload of system information. The Download Depth field becomes editable.

Download Depth: Enter the number of days for data retrieval. For example, to retrieve data for the previous week, enter 7.

Log 90% Full Advisory Enabled: This selection is enabled by default. When enabled, the system issues an advisory when the memory log has reached 90% of capacity. Perform a download to avoid loss of data.

Advanced Screen 4

This screen displays the software part numbers and versions for the system components. Refer to this screen when updating software or when contacting a Graco distributor for technical assistance. This screen is not editable.

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Operation

Operation

Run Mode Screens

If the system is on a Setup screen, press the Run screens.

to go to

If the system has already been setup, whenever the

Logic Controller is turned on to paint, the Graco logo screen shows first (see

Initial Setup, page 13 ), followed

by the Run Status screen.

A

C

E

B

D

Status Screen

The Status screen is a Run mode screen that displays important operation parameters.

Item

A

B

C

D

E

Table 1: Status Screen Key

Description Details

Date and Time

See PLC Diagnostic Screens, page 22 , to set.

Screen Menu Run Screens. Use the left and right arrow keys to scroll through the different Run Screens:

• Status

• Spray (See

Spray Screen, page 25 .)

Errors (See Error Log Screen, page 27 .)

Events (See Event Logs, page 27

.)

System Mode System Status. Displays the current mode of operation:

• Gun Off

• Startup

• Idle

• Spray

• Purge

Error Status Displays any active error code.

Solenoid Status Solenoid Status. Circle is green if solenoid is active.

Active

Preset

Inner

Shaping Air Setpoint

See

Gun Screen 4, page 15

, to set parameters.

Displays the target and the actual pressure for the inner shaping air in selected pressure units. See

Advanced Screen 2, page 23

cle indicates that the inner shaping air is on.

, to set pressure units. Dashes (--) indicate that this feature is not available. A green cir-

Outer

Shaping Air Setpoint

Displays the target and the actual pressure for the outer shaping air in selected pressure units. See

Advanced Screen 2, page 23

, to set pressure units. Dashes (--) indicate that this feature is not available. A green circle indicates that the outer shaping air is on.

Rotational Speed Displays the rotational speed target and the actual rotational speed in thousands of rotations per minute (kRPM). Displays pressure if Speed Control

Type is set to Bypass on

Gun Screen 4, page 16 .

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Operation

Item kV

µA

Description

Electrostatic

Voltage

Electrostatic

Current

Details

Displays the electrostatic spraying voltage target and the actual spraying voltage in kilovolts (kV).

Displays the electrostatic spraying current setpoint and actual in micro-amps (µA).

Spray Screen

From the Status screen (or any Run mode screen), use the left/right arrow keys to navigate to the Spray screen.

Press to enter the screen. The soft key options on the left side of the screen correspond to the operation modes: Idle , Spray , and Purge keys only appear in Manual Override.

. Soft

The Spray Screen can show the Turbine Pressure reading when controlling to a set speed. This is enabled on the

System Screen, page 13

. An example of this feature is shown in Gun Off Mode . It is not shown for the other operation modes.

NOTE: The content available on the spray screen varies depending on the operation mode.

Gun Off Mode

This screen displays when the Spray Gun screen is displayed and the gun is off. Press applicator.

to turn on the

Idle Mode

When the applicator is turned on, the system brings the applicator up to the idle speed set on

Gun Screen 1, page 14 . The system automatically switches to Idle

mode when idle speed is reached. In Idle mode, the

Inner Shaping Air automatically turns on to help keep the cup and air cap clean. The screen displays the parameters set for the active preset.

NOTE: In Preset 0, the inner shaping air, outer shaping air, speed, voltage, and current can be changed from the Spray Gun screen. In Presets 1-98, parameters are

set up in advance on the Preset Screens, page 17 .

In the Preset field, enter one of the presets that have been set up and enabled on the

Preset Screens, page

17

. Press

Purge mode.

to select Spray mode, or to select

• Activate Paint Trigger is available only if Local

is selected for the Paint Trigger on Gun Screen 1, page 14 .

• Activate Shaping Air (Inner)

• Activate Shaping Air (outer)

• Activate Dump Valve

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Operation

Spray Mode

Select this mode to spray. When Spray mode is selected, both Inner and Outer Shaping Airs automatically turn on to help keep the bell clean. In Spray mode, the bell accelerates to Preset speed.

Purge Mode

Select this mode for color change or to clean the gun. In

Purge mode, the electrostatics are disabled, Inner

Shaping Air is active. Operators cannot turn on electrostatics in Purge mode. Purge mode uses the spray parameters of the active preset.

NOTE: In Preset 0, the Inner Shaping Air, Outer Shaping Air, Speed, Voltage, and Current can be changed from the Spray Gun screen. In Presets 1-98, parameters

are set up in advance on the Preset Screens, page 17.

NOTE: In Preset 0, the Inner Shaping Air, Outer Shaping Air, Speed, Voltage, and Current can be changed from the Spray Gun screen. In Presets 1-98, parameters are set up in advance on the

Preset Screens, page 17

.

When Spray are available.

is selected, additional soft key options

If Air Control

is enabled on Gun Screen 2, page 15:

When Purge are available:

is selected, additional soft key options

If Air Control is enabled on Gun Screen 2, page 15 :

• Activate Paint Trigger - This selection is available only if Local is selected for the Paint Trigger on

Gun Screen 1, page 14 .

• Activate Paint Trigger - This selection is available only if Local is selected for the Paint Trigger on

Gun Screen 1, page 14

.

• Activate Shaping Air (Inner)

If

Activate Shaping Air (outer)

Electrostatic Control

page 16 : is enabled on Gun Screen 5,

NOTE: The Paint Trigger softkey is not available until the electrostatics discharged timer has expired.

• Activate Dump Valve .

• Activate Electrostatics - This selection is available only if Local is selected for the ES Enable on

Gun Screen 1, page 14 .

• Activate Cup Wash Valve - This selection is not available until the electrostatics discharged timer has expired.

NOTE: The Cup Wash Valve softkey is not available until the electrostatics discharged timer has expired.

• Activate Solvent Valve - This selection is available only if one of the Auxiliary Solenoids is config-

ured for Solvent on Gun Screen 3, page 15 .

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Error Log Screen

The system logs up to 200 errors (20 pages). For each error, the screen displays the date, time, error code, and a brief description. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to toggle among the Error screens.

Event Logs

The system logs up to 200 events (20 pages). For each event, the screen displays the date, time, event code, and a brief description. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to toggle among the Event screens.

Operation

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Network Communications and Discrete I/O

Network Communications and Discrete I/O

The ProBell uses Network Communications and has optional Discrete I/O features to drive the system remotely.

Some automation control elements of the ProBell can be driven by a local softkey, network communications, or discrete inputs. These options need to be configured at the System Logic Controller (see

Gun Screen 1, page

14 ). The paint trigger can be set to: ‘Local’, ‘Network’,

‘Discrete’, or ‘Input Only’. ES enable can be set to:

‘Local’, ‘Network’, or ‘Discrete’.

Paint Trigger – A means of signaling the System Logic

Controller to activate the paint trigger.

ES Enable – A means of signaling the System Logic

Controller to activate electrostatics.

NOTE: The Manual Override check box enables a user to operate the system before the automation (PLC) is available. Manual Override can be used to run all functions of the system if a proper gun trigger signal is provided. It is not intended to be the main mode of control.

Disable Manual Override during normal operation to avoid driving the system in a way that conflicts with the automation sequence.

Communication Gateway Module

Install a Communication Gateway Module (CGM) to provide a control link between the ProBell system and a selected field bus. This linkage provides the means for remote monitoring and control by external automation systems.

The ProBell system supports Modbus TCP, EtherNet/IP,

DeviceNet, and PROFINET. One gateway can support two ProBells. The system requires a ProBell System

CGM installation kit and a gateway. See the tables below.

ProBell System

CGM Installation

Kit Part Number Field bus

24Z574 All

Manual

3A4384

Communication

Gateway Module

Part Number

CGMDN0

DGMEP0

DGMPN0

24W462

Field bus

DeviceNet

EtherNet/IP

PROFINET

Modbus TCP

Manual

312864

312864

312864

334183

Discrete I/O

The ProBell system does not supply power for Discrete

I/O. Possible Discrete I/O connections are listed by module.

NOTE: Speed and Air controllers provide optocouplers to isolate discrete I/O signals. The electrostatic controller requires external power to operate Discrete I/O interface.

Digital Inputs

• Speed Controller

Interlock Input: This normally open contact turns the applicator off when activated. If the ProBell speed controller reads the input as CLOSED it interrupts system operation and puts the gun into Gun Off mode. If the input is read as OPEN, the system operates normally. Install kit 24Z226 in the speed controller to use the Optional Interlock Input.

• Air Controller

Interlock Input: This normally open contact turns the applicator off when activated. If the ProBell air controller reads the input as CLOSED it interrupts system operation and puts the gun into Gun Off mode. If the input is read as OPEN, the system operates normally.

Install kit 24Z226 in the air controller to use the

Optional Interlock Input.

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Network Communications and Discrete I/O

Paint Trigger: This normally open (maintained) contact provides a signal to the system to indicate whether or not to trigger spray device or spray device is triggered (Input Only). If the input is OPEN the system deactivates paint trigger solenoid. The input must be maintained CLOSED to activate the paint trigger solenoid.

NOTE: The Paint Trigger discrete input must be enabled via

Gun Screen 1, page 14

on the System

Logic Controller. If it is set to ’Local’ or ‘Network’, the discrete input is ignored and the spray device trigger signal is handled via the network communications, or manually.

• Electrostatic Controller

Electrostatic Trigger: Use to activate electrostatics.

0: Electrostatics not active.

1: Activate electrostatics. All other conditions for activating the electrostatics must be met.

Safe Position Interlock: The SAFE POSITION interlock and all other interlock inputs must be satisfied before electrostatics can be activated. See the Pro-

Bell Electrostatic Controller manual 3A3657 for details.

0: Interlock not satisfied: If electrostatics are off, electrostatics are not available. If electrostatics are on, no change to electrostatics.

1: Interlock satisfied; electrostatics activation is not locked by this input.

NOTE: Switching from 1 to 0 does not deactivate electrostatics. Symbol A10 on the display screen shows that this signal is satisfied. See Screen Areas in the ProBell Electrostatic Controller manual 3A3657 for more information.

24 VDC Interlock : The 24 VDC Interlock and all other interlock inputs must be satisfied before electrostatics can be enabled. See the ProBell Electrostatic Controller manual 3A3657 for details.

0: Interlock not satisfied; electrostatics not available.

1: Interlock satisfied; electrostatics activation is not locked by this input. Symbol A9 on the display screen shows that this signal is satisfied. See

Screen Areas in the ProBell Electrostatic Controller manual 3A3657 for more information.

Digital Outputs

• Speed Controller

System Status Output: Used to indicate that the turbine is active and currently spinning.

0: Turbine is not active and not spinning.

1: Turbine is active and currently spinning.

• Air Controller - None

• Electrostatic Controller

NOTE: The voltage level for a digital output depends on the type of output selected on Setup Screen 5

(Digital Output Type Select) in the ProBell Electrostatic Controller manual 3A3657 for more information.

Safe-to-Move Output: Indicates whether the applicator can be moved out of SAFE POSITION to begin paint application. This output is tied to the arc detection blanking time setting on Setup screen 9 of the electrostatic controller. The blanking timer begins counting down when electrostatics are activated.

When the timer has reached zero, the Safe-to-Move

Output is switched from 0 to 1.

0: Applicator must not be moved out of SAFE POSI-

TION because arc detection is blanked and electrostatics are active.

1: Applicator allowed to be moved out of SAFE POSI-

TION because arc detection is active or electrostatics are not active. See Safe Position Mode in the

ProBell Electrostatic Controller manual 3A3657 for more information.

NOTE: The voltage level for a digital output depends on the type of output selected on Setup Screen 5

(Digital Output Type Select) in the ProBell Electrostatic Controller manual 3A3657 for more information.

Error Output: Used to signal detection of an electrostatic error condition.

0: No electrostatic error condition detected.

1: An electrostatic error condition has been detected and reported.

NOTE: Reset by Error Reset input or by local confirmation.

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Electrostatic Discharge Output: Use to indicate when electrostatics have been fully discharged. Set the electrostatic discharge time setting on Setup screen

10 (Configuration C2). The discharge timer begins counting down when electrostatics have been deactivated. When the timer reaches zero, the Electrostatic

Discharge Output is switched from low (0) to high (1).

0: Electrostatic voltage not discharged.

1: Electrostatic voltage discharge time has elapsed.

Analog Inputs

• Speed Controller - None

• Air Controller - None

• Electrostatic Controller - Analog Inputs are not available when in CAN mode.

Analog Outputs

• Speed Controller - None

• Air Controller - None

• Electrostatic Controller

Actual Spraying Voltage Output: Use to indicate the actual spraying voltage (0– max kV*). This function is available when 24 VDC is applied to pin 16. The voltage or current signal present on this pin is proportional to the spraying voltage of the electrostatic power supply. The larger the value on this pin, the greater the output voltage at the gun.

0 – max kV* (gun output) ➔ 0 – 10V or 4 – 20 mA (pin output)

* max kV = 100 kV (solventborne) or 60 kV (waterborne)

The type of output is selected on Setup Screen 4

(Analog Output Type Select) in the ProBell Electrostatic Controller manual 3A3657 for more information.

Actual Spraying Current Output: Use to indicate the actual spraying current (0 – 150 µA). This function is available when 24 VDC is applied to pin 16. The voltage or current signal present on this pin is proportional to the spraying current of the electrostatic power supply. The larger the value on this pin, the greater the output current at the gun.

0 – 150 µA (gun output) ➔ 0 – 10V or 4 – 20 mA (pin output)

The type of output is selected on Setup Screen 4

(Analog Output Type Select) in the ProBell Electrostatic Controller manual 3A3657 for more information.

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Network Communication I/O Data Map

Network Communication I/O Data Map

Applicator Network Outputs

The Applicator Network Outputs are read only and should be treated as inputs to the PLC or other networking device.

These registers provide various system and component status measurements, and set point values.

Applicator 1

Output Register 00: Current Applicator Mode

The Current Gun 1 Mode register contains a number that indicates the current operation mode of applicator 1.

Number Operation Mode Description

1 Gun Off

Gun is currently powered down and the gun is not in operation. Only Auxiliary solenoids configured to be enabled in Gun Off state are enabled.

Gun Screen 3, page

15

.

2

3

Gun Off Alarm Gun has an active alarm.

Startup Air is applied to turbine but system is not up to idle speed yet.

4 Idle

Gun is in Idle mode — Inner Air is automatically activated.

• Paint Trigger can be activated.

• Inner Air can be activated.

• Outer Air can be activated.

• Dump Valve can be activated.

• Electrostatics are not available.

5

6

Spray

Purge

Gun is in Spray mode — Inner Air and Outer Air are automatically activated.

• Gun Trigger can be activated.

• Inner Air can be activated.

• Outer Air can be activated.

• Electrostatics can be activated.

Gun is in Purge mode — Inner Air is automatically activated.

• Paint Trigger can be activated.

• Inner Air can be activated.

• Outer Air can be activated.

• Electrostatics are not available.

Output Register 01: Active Preset

The Active Preset register contains the number of the active preset (0 – 98) for applicator 1.

Preset is associated with the following parameters:

• Inner Air

• Outer Air

• Voltage

• Current

NOTE: Preset 0 is referred to as the Dynamic preset.

When preset zero is active all values can be changed independently.

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Bit

Bit 0

Bit 1

Bit 2

Bit 3

Bit 4

Bit 5

Bit 6

Bit 7

Output Register 02: Air Control Solenoid

Status

The Air Control Solenoid Status register contains the current status of the Dump Valve, Cup Wash, Shaping

Air 1, Shaping Air 2, Auxiliary 1, Auxiliary 2, and Auxiliary 3 solenoids. These status bits are indicated in binary format.

Air Control Solenoid Current Status

Paint Trigger

Dump

Cup Wash

Shaping Air 1

Shaping Air 2

Auxiliary 1

Auxiliary 2

Auxiliary 3

• Dump – Indicates status of dump valve. For conventional and electrostatic guns this value should be ignored.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (dump valve closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (dump valve open or active).

• Cup Wash – Indicates status of the cup wash valve.

For conventional and electrostatic guns this value should be ignored.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (cup wash valve closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (cup wash valve open or active).

• Shaping Air 1 (Inner Air) – Indicates status of the shaping air 1 solenoid. For a rotary atomizer this is for the inner shaping air. For conventional and electrostatic guns this is for the atomizing air.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (shaping air 1 solenoid closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (shaping air 1 solenoid open or active).

• Shaping Air 2 (Outer Air) - Indicates status of the shaping air 1 solenoid. For a rotary atomizer this is for the outer shaping air. For conventional and electrostatic guns this is for the fan air.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (shaping air 1 solenoid closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (shaping air 1 solenoid open or active).

• Auxiliary 1 - Indicates status of the auxiliary 1 solenoid. This solenoid can be configured for multiple purposes. See

Gun Screen 3, page 15,

for options.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (auxiliary 1 solenoid closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (auxiliary 1 solenoid open or active).

• Auxiliary 2 - Indicates status of the auxiliary 2 solenoid. This solenoid can be configured for multiple purposes. See

Gun Screen 3, page 15 , for options.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (auxiliary 2 solenoid closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (auxiliary 2 solenoid open or active).

• Auxiliary 3 - Indicates status of the auxiliary 3 solenoid. This solenoid can be configured for multiple purposes. See

Gun Screen 3, page 15 , for options.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (auxiliary 3 solenoid closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (auxiliary 3 solenoid open or active).

Output Register 03: Target Shaping Air One

The Target Shaping Air 1 register contains the current gun shaping air 1 set point. The target is adjusted by the offset value when offsets are enabled. This register represents the inner air for a rotary atomizer or atomizing air for conventional and electrostatic guns. Value ranges from 7 – 99 psi.

Output Register 04: Target Shaping Air Two

The Target Shaping Air 2 register contains the current set point for shaping air 2. The target is adjusted by the offset value when offsets are enabled. This register represents the outer air for a rotary atomizer or fan air for conventional and electrostatic guns. Value ranges from

7– 99 psi.

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Output Register 05: Target Turbine Speed

The Target Turbine Speed register contains the current set point for turbine speed. The target is adjusted by the offset value when offsets are enabled. This register is only used for rotary atomizer applicators. Value ranges from 10 – 60 kRPM.

Output Register 06: Target Electrostatic

Voltage

The Target Electrostatic Voltage register contains the set point for electrostatic voltage. The target is adjusted by the offset value when offsets are enabled. This register is only used for rotary atomizer and electrostatic applicators. Value ranges from 0, 10 – 100 kV for solventborne and 60 kV for waterborne.

Output Register 07: Target Electrostatic

Current

The Target Electrostatic Current register contains the set point for electrostatic current. The target is adjusted by the offset value when offsets are enabled. This register is only used for rotary atomizer and electrostatic applicators. Value ranges from 0 – 150 µA.

Output Register 08: Actual Shaping Air 1

The Actual Shaping Air 1 register contains the actual shaping air 1 in PSI at the outlet of the air controller V2P.

This register represents the inner air for a rotary atomizer or atomizing air for conventional and electrostatic guns. Value ranges from 0 - 99 psi.

Output Register 09: Actual Shaping Air 2

The Actual Shaping Air 2 register contains the actual shaping air 2 in PSI at the outlet of the air controller V2P.

This register represents the outer air for a rotary atomizer or fan air for conventional and electrostatic guns.

Value ranges from 0 - 99 psi.

Output Register 10: Actual Turbine Speed

The Actual Turbine Speed register contains the actual turbine speed in 1000 revolutions per minute (kRPM).

This register is only used for rotary atomizer applicators.

Value ranges from 0 – 60 kRPM.

Bit 0

Bit 1

Bit 2

Bit 3

Bit 4

Bit 5

Bit 6

Bit 7

Output Register 11: Actual Electrostatic

Voltage

The Actual Electrostatic Voltage register contains the actual electrostatic voltage in kilovolts (kV). This register is only used for rotary atomizer and electrostatic applicators. Value ranges from 0 – 100 kV for solventborne and 60 kV for waterborne.

Output Register 12: Actual Electrostatic

Current

The Actual Electrostatic Current register contains the actual electrostatic current in microamps (µA). This register is only used for rotary atomizer and electrostatic applicators. Value ranges from 0 – 150 µA.

Output Register 13: Paint Trigger Status

The Paint Trigger Status register contains the status of the paint trigger valve.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (paint not triggered or valve not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (paint triggered or valve active).

Output Register 14: Electrostatic Trigger

Status

The Electrostatic Trigger Status register contains the status of the electrostatic trigger.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (Electrostatics Off or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (Electrostatics

On or active).

Output Register 15: System Status

The System Status register contains the system status.

See table below for description of the register bitfield.

Speed Control Interlock

Air Control Interlock

ES System Interlock

ES 24 VDC Interlock

ES Safe to Move Interlock

Speed Control Alarm

Air Control Alarm

ES Control Alarm

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Bit 16

Bit 17

Bit 18

Bit 19

Bit 20

Bit 21

Bit 22

Bit 23

Bit 8

Bit 9

Bit 10

Bit 11

Bit 12

Bit 13

Bit 14

Bit 15

Turbine At Speed

ES Discharge Expired

Turbine RPM Feedback Error

Turbine RPM Low Deviation

Turbine RPM Low Alarm

Turbine RPM High Deviation

Turbine RPM High Alarm

Turbine RPM Unstable

Shaping Air 1 Low Deviation

Shaping Air 1 Low Alarm

Shaping Air 1 High Deviation

Shaping Air 1 High Alarm

Shaping Air 2 Low Deviation

Shaping Air 2 Low Alarm

Shaping Air 2 High Deviation

Shaping Air 2 High Alarm

Bit 24

Bit 25

Bit 26

Bit 27

Bit 28

Bit 29

Bit 30

Bit 31

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Arc Static Limit

Arc Dynamic Limit

Pressure Switch Inactive

N/A

Bit 0 – Speed Control Interlock: Error Code “EBP1”

Bit 1 – Air Control Interlock: Error Code “EBD1”

Bit 2 – ES System Interlock: Error Code “V801”

Bit 3 – ES 24 VDC Interlock: Error Code “V811”

Bit 4 – ES Safe to Move Interlock: Error Code “V821”

Bit 5 – Speed Control Alarm bit is active when any of the following error codes are present:

EBP1

K1D1

K2D1

K3D1

K4D1

K5D1

K6D1

K7P1

K8D1

K9P1

EBP1

WJ11

WJ21

Bit 6 – Air Control Alarm bit is active when any of the following error codes are present:

EBD1

P111

P121

P211

P221

P311

P321

P411

P421

P511

P521

P611

P621

WJ31

WJ41

WJ51

WJ61

WJ71

WJ81

WJ91

WJA1

WJB1

Bit 7 – ES Control Alarm bit is active when any of the following error codes are present:

H111

H121

H131

H911

H151

H161

H171

H181

H191

H201

H211

H241

H251

H261

H271

H401

H411

H421

H431

H441

H801

H811

H821

H841

H851

H861

H871

H901

H921

H941

H951

9021

9031

9041

9051

9991

V801

V811

V821

Bit 8 – Turbine At Speed: Actual turbine speed is within 1 kRPM of target.

Bit 9 – ES Discharge Expired: Use to indicate when electrostatics have been fully discharged. Set the electrostatic discharge time setting on

Setup screen 10 (Configuration C2). The discharge timer begins counting down when electrostatics have been deactivated. When the timer reaches zero, the Electrostatic Discharge

Output is switched from low (0) to high (1).

0: Electrostatic voltage not discharged

1: Electrostatic voltage discharge time has elapsed.

Bit 10 – Turbine RPM Feedback: Error Code “K8D1”

Bit 11 – Turbine RPM Low Deviation: Error Code

“K2D1”

Bit 12 – Turbine RPM Low Alarm: Error Code “K1D1”

Bit 13 – Turbine RPM High Deviation: Error Code

“K3D1”

Bit 14 – Turbine RPM High Alarm: Error Code “K4D1”

Bit 15 – Turbine RPM Unstable: Error Code “K6D1”

Bit 16 – Shaping Air 1 Low Deviation: Error Code

“P211”

Bit 17 – Shaping Air 1 Low Alarm: Error Code “P111”

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Bit 18 – Shaping Air 1 High Deviation: Error Code

“P311”

Bit 19 – Shaping Air 1 High Alarm: Error Code “P411”

Bit 20 – Shaping Air 2 Low Deviation: Error Code

“P221”

Bit 21 – Shaping Air 2 Low Alarm: Error Code “P121”

Bit 22 – Shaping Air 2 High Deviation: Error Code

“P321”

Bit 23 – Shaping Air 2 High Alarm: Error Code “P421”

Bit 24 – Arc Static Limit: Error Code “H151”

Bit 25 – Arc Dynamic Limit: Error Code “H161”

Bit 26 – Pressure Switch Inactive: Error Code “K9P1”

Applicator 2

Output Register 16: Current Applicator Mode

The Current Applicator Mode register contains a number that indicates the current operation mode

Number

1

2

Operation Mode Description

Gun Off

Gun is currently powered down and the gun is not in operation. Only Auxiliary sole-

noids configured to be enabled in Gun Off state are enabled. Gun Screen 3, page

15

.

Gun Off Alarm Gun has an active alarm.

3 Startup

4

5

Idle

Spray

Air is applied to turbine but system is not up to idle speed yet.

Gun is in Idle mode — Inner Air is automatically activated.

• Paint Trigger can be activated.

• Inner Air can be activated.

• Outer Air can be activated.

• Dump Valve can be activated.

• Electrostatics are not available.

Gun is in Spray mode — Inner Air and Outer Air are automatically activated.

• Gun Trigger can be activated.

• Inner Air can be activated.

• Outer Air can be activated.

• Electrostatics can be activated.

6 Purge

Gun is in Purge mode — Inner Air is automatically activated.

• Paint Trigger can be activated.

• Inner Air can be activated.

• Outer Air can be activated.

• Electrostatics are not available.

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Output Register 17: Active Preset

The Active Preset register contains the number of the active preset (0 – 98) for applicator 1.

Preset is associated with the following parameters:

• Inner

• Outer

• Voltage

• Current

NOTE: Preset 0 is referred to as the Dynamic preset.

When preset zero is active all values can be changed independently.

Output Register 18: Air Control Solenoid

Status

The Air Control Solenoid Status register contains the current status of the Dump Valve, Cup Wash, Shaping

Air 1, Shaping Air 2, Auxiliary 1, Auxiliary 2, and Auxiliary 3 solenoids. These status bits are indicated in binary format.

Bit 0

Bit 1

Bit 2

Bit 3

Bit 4

Bit 5

Bit 6

Bit 7

Paint Trigger

Dump

Cup Wash

Shaping Air 1

Shaping Air 2

Auxiliary 1

Auxiliary 2

Auxiliary 3

• Dump – Indicates status of dump value. For conventional and electrostatic guns this value should be ignored.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (dump valve closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (dump valve open or active).

• Cup Wash – Indicates status of the cup wash valve.

For conventional and electrostatic guns this value should be ignored.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (cup wash valve closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (cup wash valve open or active).

• Shaping Air 1 (Inner Air) – Indicates status of the shaping air 1 solenoid. For a rotary atomizer this is for the inner shaping air. For conventional and electrostatic guns this is for the atomizing air.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (shaping air 1 solenoid closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (shaping air 1 solenoid open or active).

• Shaping Air 2 (Outer Air) - Indicates status of the shaping air 1 solenoid. For a rotary atomizer this is for the outer shaping air. For conventional and electrostatic guns this is for the fan air.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (shaping air 1 solenoid closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (shaping air 1 solenoid open or active).

• Auxiliary 1 - Indicates status of the auxiliary 1 solenoid. This solenoid can be configured for multiple purposes. See

Gun Screen 3, page 15 , for options.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (auxiliary 1 solenoid closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (auxiliary 1 solenoid open or active).

• Auxiliary 2 - Indicates status of the auxiliary 2 solenoid. This solenoid can be configured for multiple purposes. See

Gun Screen 3, page 15 , for options.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (auxiliary 2 solenoid closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (auxiliary 2 solenoid open or active).

• Auxiliary 3 - Indicates status of the auxiliary 3 solenoid. This solenoid can be configured for multiple purposes. See

Gun Screen 3, page 15 , for options.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (auxiliary 3 solenoid closed or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (auxiliary 3 solenoid open or active).

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Output Register 19: Target Shaping Air One

(Inner)

The Target Shaping Air 1 register contains the current gun shaping air 1 set point. The target is adjusted by the offset value when offsets are enabled. This register represents the inner air for a rotary atomizer or atomizing air for conventional and electrostatic guns. Value ranges from 7– 99 psi.

Output Register 20: Target Shaping Air Two

(Outer)

The Target Shaping Air 2 register contains the current set point for shaping air 2. The target is adjusted by the offset value when offsets are enabled. This register represents the outer air for a rotary atomizer or fan air for conventional and electrostatic guns. Value ranges from

7 – 99 psi.

Output Register 21: Target Turbine Speed

The Target Turbine Speed register contains the current set point for turbine speed. The target is adjusted by the offset value when offsets are enabled. This register is only used for rotary atomizer applicators. Value ranges from 10 – 60 kRPM.

Output Register 22: Target Electrostatic

Voltage

The Target Electrostatic Voltage register contains the set point for electrostatic voltage. The target is adjusted by the offset value when offsets are enabled. This register is only used for rotary atomizer and electrostatic applicators. Value ranges from 0, 10 – 100 kV for solventborne and 10-60 kV for waterborne.

Output Register 23: Target Electrostatic

Current

The Target Electrostatic Current register contains the set point for electrostatic current. The target is adjusted by the offset value when offsets are enabled. This register is only used for rotary atomizer and electrostatic applicators. Value ranges from 0 – 150 µA.

Output Register 24: Actual Shaping Air 1

The Actual Shaping Air 1 register contains the actual shaping air 1 in PSI at the outlet of the V2P. This register represents the inner air for a rotary atomizer or atomizing air for conventional and electrostatic guns. Value ranges from 0 - 99 psi.

Output Register 25: Actual Shaping Air 2

The Actual Shaping Air 2 register contains the actual shaping air 2 in PSI at the outlet of the V2P. This register represents the outer air for a rotary atomizer or fan air for conventional and electrostatic guns. Value ranges from 0 - 99 psi.

Output Register 26: Actual Turbine Speed

The Actual Turbine Speed register contains the actual turbine speed in 1000 revolutions per minute (kRPM).

This register is only used for rotary atomizer applicators.

Value ranges from 0 – 60 kRPM.

Output Register 27: Actual Electrostatic

Voltage

The Actual Electrostatic Voltage register contains the actual electrostatic voltage in kilovolts (kV). This register is only used for rotary atomizer and electrostatic applicators. Value ranges from 0, 10 – 100 kV for solventborne and 10-60 kV for waterborne.

Output Register 28: Actual Electrostatic

Current

The Actual Electrostatic Current register contains the actual electrostatic current in microamps (µA). This register is only used for rotary atomizer and electrostatic applicators. Value ranges from 0 – 150 µA.

Output Register 29: Paint Trigger Status

The Paint Trigger Status register contains the status of the paint trigger valve.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (paint not triggered or valve not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (paint triggered or valve active).

Output Register 30: Electrostatic Trigger

Status

The Electrostatic Trigger Status register contains the status of the electrostatic trigger.

The value is 0 if the input is OPEN (Electrostatic Off or not active).

The value is 1 if the input is CLOSED (Electrostatic

On or active).

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Bit 16

Bit 17

Bit 18

Bit 19

Bit 20

Bit 21

Bit 22

Bit 23

Bit 8

Bit 9

Bit 10

Bit 11

Bit 12

Bit 13

Bit 14

Bit 15

Output Register 32: System Status

The System Status register contains the system status.

See table below for description of the register bitfield .

Bit 0

Bit 1

Bit 2

Bit 3

Bit 4

Bit 5

Bit 6

Bit 7

Speed Control Interlock

Air Control Interlock

ES System Interlock

ES 24 VDC Interlock

ES Safe to Move Interlock

Speed Control Alarm

Air Control Alarm

ES Control Alarm

Turbine At Speed

ES Discharge Expired

Turbine RPM Feedback Error

Turbine RPM Low Deviation

Turbine RPM Low Alarm

Turbine RPM High Deviation

Turbine RPM High Alarm

Turbine RPM Unstable

Bit 3 – ES 24 VDC Interlock: Error Code “V812”

Bit 4 – ES Safe to Move Interlock: Error Code “V822”

Bit 5 – Speed Control Alarm bit is active when any of the following error codes are present:

EBP2

K1D2

K2D2

K3D2

K4D2

K5D2

K6D2

K7P2

K8D2

K9P2

EBP2

WJ12

WJ22

Bit 6 – Air Control Alarm bit is active when any of the following error codes are present:

EBD2

P112

P122

P212

P222

P312

P322

P412

P422

P512

P522

P612

P622

WJ32

WJ42

WJ52

WJ62

WJ72

WJ82

WJ92

WJA2

WJB2

Shaping Air 1 Low Deviation

Shaping Air 1 Low Alarm

Shaping Air 1 High Deviation

Shaping Air 1 High Alarm

Shaping Air 2 Low Deviation

Shaping Air 2 Low Alarm

Shaping Air 2 High Deviation

Shaping Air 2 High Alarm

Bit 24

Bit 25

Bit 26

Bit 27

Bit 28

Bit 20

Bit 30

Bit 31

Arc Static Limit

Arc Dynamic Limit

Pressure Switch Inactive

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Bit 0 – Speed Control Interlock: Error Code “EBP2”

Bit 1 – Air Control Interlock: Error Code “EBD2”

Bit 2 – ES System Interlock: Error Code “V802”

Bit 7 – ES Control Alarm it is active when any of the following error codes are present:

H111

H121

H131

H911

H151

H161

H171

H181

H191

H201

H211

H241

H251

H261

H271

H401

H411

H421

H431

H841

H801

H811

H821

H841

H851

H861

H871

H901

H921

H941

H951

9021

9031

9041

9051

9991

V801

V811

V821

Bit 8 – Turbine At Speed: Actual turbine speed is within 1 kRPM of target.

Bit 9 – ES Discharge Expired: Used to indicate when electrostatics have been fully discharged. Set the electrostatic discharge time setting on

Setup screen 10 (Configuration C2). The discharge timer begins counting down when electrostatics have been deactivated. When the timer reaches zero, the Electrostatic Discharge

Output is switched from low (0) to high (1).

0: Electrostatic voltage not discharged

1: Electrostatic voltage discharge time has elapsed.

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Bit 10 – Turbine RPM Feedback Error

Error Code “K8D2”

Bit 11 – Turbine RPM Low Deviation

Error Code “K2D2”

Bit 12 – Turbine RPM Low Alarm

Error Code “K1D2”

Bit 13 – Turbine RPM High Deviation

Error Code “K3D2”

Bit 14 – Turbine RPM High Alarm

Error Code “K4D2”

Bit 15 – Turbine RPM Unstable

Error Code “K6D2”

Bit 16 – Shaping Air 1 Low Deviation

Error Code “P212”

Bit 17 – Shaping Air 1 Low Alarm

Error Code “P112”

Bit 18 – Shaping Air 1 High Deviation

OUTPUT REGISTERS 32 – 35: DCS Command Structure

Error Code “P312”

Bit 19 – Shaping Air 1 High Alarm

Error Code “P412”

Bit 20 – Shaping Air 2 Low Deviation

Error Code “P222”

Bit 21 – Shaping Air 2 Low Alarm

Error Code “P122”

Bit 22 – Shaping Air 2 High Deviation

Error Code “P322”

Bit 23 – Shaping Air 2 High Alarm

Error Code “P422”

Bit 24 – Arc Static Limit

Error Code “H152”

Bit 25 – Arc Dynamic Limit

Error Code “H162”

Bit 26 – Pressure Switch Inactive

Error Code “K9P2”

See

Dynamic Command Description, page 49.

Network Output Data Map (Read Only)

Network

Output ID

Modbus

Register

Parameter Name Data Type Units

0000

0001

0002

0003

40100

40102

40104

40106

Current Gun 1 Mode

Gun 1 Active Preset uint32 uint32

Gun 1 Air Control Solenoid Status uint32

NONE

NONE

NONE

PSI

Range

0 = NOP

1 = Gun Off

2 = Gun Off Alarm

3 = Startup

4 = Idle

5 = Spray

6 = Purge

0-98 bit 0 = Gun Trigger bit 1 = Dump Valve bit 2 = Cup Wash bit 3 = Inner Shaping Air bit 4 = Outer Shaping Air bit 5 = Auxiliary 1 bit 6 = Auxiliary 2 bit 7 = Auxiliary 3 bit 8 = Turbine

7-99

0004

0005

40108

40110

Gun 1 Target Shaping

Air One uint32

Gun 1 Target Shaping

Air Two uint32

Gun 1 Target Speed uint32

PSI kRPM

7-99

10-60

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0010

0011

0012

0013

0014

0006

0007

0008

0009

0015

40120

40122

40124

40126

40128

40112

40114

40116

40118

Gun 1 Target Voltage uint32

Gun 1 Target Current uint32

Gun 1 Actual Shaping

Air One

Gun 1 Actual Shaping

Air Two

Gun 1 Actual Turbine

Speed uint32 uint32 uint32

Gun 1 Actual Voltage uint32

Gun 1 Actual Current uint32

Gun 1 Trigger Status

Gun 1 Electrostatic

Trigger Status uint32 uint32

40130 Gun 1 Status kV

µA

PSI

PSI kRPM kV

µA

NONE

NONE uint32 NONE

0-100

0-150

0-99

0-99

0-60

0-100

0-150

0 = Gun trigger not active

1 = Gun trigger active

0 = Electrostatics not active

1 = Electrostatics active bit 0 = Speed Control Interlock bit 1 = Air Control Interlock bit 2 = ES System Interlock bit 3 = ES 24 VDC Interlock bit 4 = ES Safe To Move Interlock bit 5 = Speed Control Alarm bit 6 = Air Control Alarm bit 7 = ES Control Alarm bit 8 = Turbine At Speed bit 9 = ES Discharge Expired bit 10 = Turbine RPM Feedback Error bit 11 = Tubrine RPM Low Deviation bit 12 = Turbine RPM Low Alarm bit 13 = Turbine RPM High Deviation bit 14 = Turbine RPM High Alarm bit 15 = Turbine RPM Unstable bit 16 = Shaping Air 1 Low Deviation bit 17 = Shaping Air 1 Low Alarm bit 18 = Shaping Air 1 High Deviation bit 19 = Shaping Air 1 High Alarm bit 20 = Shaping Air 2 Low Deviation bit 21 = Shaping Air 2 Low Alarm bit 22 = Shaping Air 2 High Deviation bit 23 = Shaping Air 2 High Alarm bit 24 = Arc Static Limit bit 25 = Arc Dynamic Limit bit 26 = Pressure Switch Inactive

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0016

0017

0018

0023

0024

0025

0026

0019

0020

0021

0022

0027

0028

0029

0030

40132

40134 Gun 2 Active Preset uint32 NONE

40136

40146

40148

40150

40152

40138

40140

40142

40144

40154

40156

40158

40160

Current Gun 2 Mode

Gun 2 Air Control Solenoid Status uint32 uint32

Gun 2 Target Shaping

Air One uint32

Gun 2 Target Shaping

Air Two uint32

Gun 2 Target Speed

Gun 2 Target Voltage uint32 uint32

Gun 2 Target Current uint32

Gun 2 Active Shaping

Air One

Gun 2 Active Shaping

Air Two uint32 uint32

Gun 2 Active Speed uint32

Gun 2 Active Voltage uint32

Gun 2 Active Current uint32

Gun 2 Trigger Status uint32

Gun 2 Electrostatic

Trigger Status uint32

NONE

NONE

PSI

PSI kRPM kV

µA

PSI

PSI kRPM kV

µA

NONE

NONE

0-100

150

0-60

0-60

0 = NOP

1 = Gun Off

2 = Gun Off Alarm

3 = Startup

4 = Idle

5 = Spray

6 = Purge

0-98 bit 0 = Gun Trigger bit 1 = Dump Valve bit 2 = Cup Wash bit 3 = Inner Shaping Air bit 4 = Outer Shaping Air bit 5 = Auxiliary 1 bit 6 = Auxiliary 2 bit 7 = Auxiliary 3 bit 8 = Turbine

7-99

7-99

10-60

0-50

0-100

150

0 = Gun trigger not active

1 = Gun trigger active

0 = Electrostatics not active

1 = Electrostatics active

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0031

0032

0033

0034

0035

40162

40900

40902

40904

40906

Gun 2 Status

Command Acknowledge

Command Return 1

Command Return 2

Command Return 3 uint32 NONE uint32 uint32 uint32 uint32

NONE

N/A

N/A

N/A bit 0 = Speed Control Interlock bit 1 = Air Control Interlock bit 2 = ES System Interlock bit 3 = ES 24 VDC Interlock bit 4 = ES Safe To Move Interlock bit 5 = Speed Control Alarm bit 6 = Air Control Alarm bit 7 = ES Control Alarm bit 8 = Turbine At Speed bit 9 = ES Discharge Expired bit 10 = Turbine RPM Feedback Error bit 11 = Tubrine RPM Low Deviation bit 12 = Turbine RPM Low Alarm bit 13 = Turbine RPM High Deviation bit 14 = Turbine RPM High Alarm bit 15 = Turbine RPM Unstable bit 16 = Shaping Air 1 Low Deviation bit 17 = Shaping Air 1 Low Alarm bit 18 = Shaping Air 1 High Deviation bit 19 = Shaping Air 1 High Alarm bit 20 = Shaping Air 2 Low Deviation bit 21 = Shaping Air 2 Low Alarm bit 22 = Shaping Air 2 High Deviation bit 23 = Shaping Air 2 High Alarm bit 24 = Arc Static Limit bit 25 = Arc Dynamic Limit bit 26 = Pressure Switch Inactive

0 = NOP

1 = BUSY

2 = ACK

3 = NAK

4 = ERR

N/A

N/A

N/A

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Applicator Network Inputs

The Applicator Network Inputs are Write-Read capable, but should be treated as outputs from a PLC or other networking device. These registers allow the user to control system operation and configure system settings remotely. Invalid values (i.e. out of bounds or not consistent with system configuration) are ignored by the Applicator. All values must be written as integers. Floating point numbers are not supported. Do not rely on these registers for read status, other than to confirm data that has been written and accepted.

NOTE: The applicator system does not refresh the values for these registers. At power up all input registers are initialized to invalid values.

Applicator 1

Input Register 01: Goto Preset

The Goto Preset register is used to change the current spray parameters. A number between 0 and 98 can be written to this register. Preset values contain set points for Inner Air, Outer Air, Turbine Speed, Electrostatic Voltage, and Electrostatic Current. These values update automatically based on the preset value received. If the dynamic preset value of ‘0’ is received, the system maintains the current spray parameters and the set points can then be changed independently (Reference

Input Registers 03 - 07).

Input Register 02: Air Control Solenoids

The Air Control Solenoids register is used to activate the air control solenoids. These air control solenoid bits use binary format to control the register.

Input Register 00: System Mode Command

The Gun Mode Command register accepts a number that represents a command to the gun to initiate a particular operation. Some operation modes may be initiated only under certain conditions.

Bit 0

Bit 1

Bit 2

Bit 3

Bit 4

Bit 5

Bit 6

Bit 7

N/A

Dump

Cup Wash

Shaping Air 1

Shaping Air 2

Auxiliary 1

Auxiliary 2

Auxiliary 3

0

1

Number Operation

Mode

2

NOP

Power

Remote

Stop

3

4

5

Idle

Spray

Purge

Description

The system takes no action.

The gun powers up.

The gun stops all current operations and turns off the gun.

The gun transitions into Idle mode (see

Idle Mode, page

25

).

The gun transitions into

Spray mode (see Spray

Mode, page 26

).

The gun transitions into

Purge mode (see

Purge

Mode, page 26

).

• Dump Valve – Activates the dump valve used for flushing paint through the rotary atomizer. For conventional and electrostatic guns this is ignored.

• Cup Wash Valve – Activates the cup wash valve used for cleaning the inner and outer portions of the cup with solvent. For conventional and electrostatic guns this is ignored.

• Shaping Air 1 (Inner Air) – Activates the shaping air 1.

For a rotary atomizer this is for the inner shaping air.

For conventional and electrostatic guns this is for the atomizing air.

• Shaping Air 2 (Outer Air) - Activates the shaping air 2.

For a rotary atomizer this is for the outer shaping air.

For conventional and electrostatic guns this is for the fan air.

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• Auxiliary 1 - Activates the auxiliary 1 solenoid. Auxiliary solenoid must be configured as “PLC” on Setup

Gun Screen 3, page 15

.

• Auxiliary 2 - Activates the auxiliary 2 solenoid. Auxiliary solenoid must be configured as “PLC” on Setup

Gun Screen 3, page 15

.

• Auxiliary 3 - Activates the auxiliary 3 solenoid. Auxiliary

solenoid must be configured as “PLC” on Setup Gun

Screen 3, page 15 .

Input Register 03: Dynamic Shaping Air 1

Set Point (Inner)

The Dynamic Shaping Air 1 Set Point register is used to set the shaping air 1 set point. A number between 7 and

99 PSI can be written to this register. It can be changed at any time, and the system immediately adjusts to the new set point.

NOTE: Active preset has to be equal to the Dynamic

Preset 0 for value to take effect.

Input Register 04: Dynamic Shaping Air 2

Set Point (Outer)

The Dynamic Shaping Air 2 Set Point register is used to set the shaping air 2 set point. A number between 7 and

99 PSI can be written to this register. It can be changed at any time, and the system immediately adjusts to the new set point.

NOTE: Active preset has to be equal to the Dynamic

Preset 0 for value to take effect.

Input Register 05: Dynamic Turbine Speed

Set Point

The Dynamic Turbine Speed Set Point register is used to set the turbine speed set point. A number between 0 and 60 kRPM can be written to this register. The value is only accepted if the current preset is equal to 0

(Dynamic Preset).

NOTE: Active preset has to be equal to the Dynamic

Preset 0 for value to take effect.

Input Register 06: Dynamic Electrostatic

Voltage Set Point

The Dynamic Electrostatic Voltage Set Point register is used to update the target electrostatic voltage set point.

It can be changed at any time, and the system immediately adjusts to the new set point. A number between 0 and 100 can be written to this register (values 1-9 default to 10). Units of this register are kV.

NOTE: Active preset has to be equal to the Dynamic

Preset 0 for value to take effect.

Input Register 07: Dynamic Electrostatic

Current Set Point

The Dynamic Electrostatic Current Set Point register is used to update the target electrostatic current set point.

It can be changed at any time, and the system immediately adjusts to the new set point. A number between 0 and 150 can be written to this register. Units of this register are µA.

NOTE: Active preset has to be equal to the Dynamic

Preset 0 for value to take effect.

Input Register 08: Clear Active Alarm

The Clear Active Alarm register is used to acknowledge an alarm remotely so that the system may resume operation. Be sure that the alarm condition has been alleviated. Write a 1 to this register to acknowledge the latest active alarm. If more than one alarm is currently active only the most recent alarm is acknowledged. A repeated write should be performed to clear any remaining active alarms.

NOTE: This register is not polled by the applicator. An alarm is cleared only when a value of 1 is written to this register. It is recommended that the automation reset this register by writing a 0 to it at all other times to avoid inadvertently clearing an alarm.

Input Register 09: Paint Trigger

The Paint Trigger register is used to signal the ProBell system to activate the paint trigger valve.

• Write a value of ‘1’ to activate the paint valve.

• Write a value of ‘0’ to deactivate the paint valve.

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Input Register 10: Electrostatic Trigger

The Electrostatic Trigger register is used to signal the

ProBell system to activate electrostatics.

NOTE: Robot should be located in a safe position to enable electrostatics. Arc detection is not enabled until blanking time has elapsed.

• Write a value of ‘1’ to activate electrostatics.

• Write a value of ‘0’ to deactivate electrostatics.

NOTE: This register is used only if the Electrostatic

Enable is set to ‘Network’ via Gun Screen 1, page 14

, on the System Logic Controller. If it is set to ‘Discrete’ or

‘Local’ this register is ignored and gun trigger is handled via the discrete input or softkey entry.

Applicator 2

Input Register 11: System Mode Command

The Gun Mode Command register accepts a number that represents a command to the gun to initiate a particular operation. Some operation modes may be initiated only under certain conditions.

0

1

Number Operation

Mode

2

NOP

Power

Remote

Stop

3

4

5

Idle

Spray

Purge

Description

The system takes no action

The gun powers up.

The gun stops all current operations and turns off the gun.

The gun transitions into Idle mode (see

Idle Mode, page

25

).

The gun transitions into

Spray mode (see Spray

Mode, page 26

).

The gun transitions into

Purge mode (see

Purge

Mode, page 26

).

Input Register 12: Goto Preset

The Goto Preset register is used to change the current spray parameters. A number between 0 and 98 can be written to this register. Preset values contain set points for Inner Air, Outer Air, Turbine Speed, Electrostatic Voltage, and Electrostatic Current. These values update automatically based on the preset value received. If the dynamic preset value of ‘0’ is received, the system maintains the current spray parameters and the set points can then be changed independently (Reference

Input Registers 14 -18).

Input Register 13: Air Control Solenoids

The Air Control Solenoids register is used to activate the air control solenoids. These air control solenoid bits use binary format to control the register.

Bit 0

Bit 1

Bit 2

Bit 3

Bit 4

Bit 5

Bit 6

Bit 7

N/A

Dump

Cup Wash

Shaping Air 1

Shaping Air 2

Auxiliary 1

Auxiliary 2

Auxiliary 3

• Dump Valve – Activates the dump valve used for flushing paint through the rotary atomizer. For conventional and electrostatic guns this is ignored.

• Cup Wash Valve – Activates the cup wash valve used for cleaning the inner and outer portions of the cup with solvent. For conventional and electrostatic guns this is ignored.

• Shaping Air 1 (Inner Air) – Activates the shaping air 1.

For a rotary atomizer this is for the inner shaping air.

For conventional and electrostatic guns this is for the atomizing air.

• Shaping Air 2 (Outer Air) - Activates the shaping air 2.

For a rotary atomizer this is for the outer shaping air.

For conventional and electrostatic guns this is for the fan air.

• Auxiliary 1 - Activates the auxiliary 1 solenoid. Auxiliary solenoid must be configured as “PLC” on Setup

Gun Screen 3, page 15

.

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• Auxiliary 2 - Activates the auxiliary 2 solenoid. Auxiliary solenoid must be configured as “PLC” on Setup

Gun Screen 3, page 15

.

• Auxiliary 3 - Activates the auxiliary 3 solenoid. Auxiliary solenoid must be configured as “PLC” on Setup

Gun Screen 3, page 15

.

Input Register 14: Dynamic Shaping Air 1

Set Point (Inner)

The Dynamic Shaping Air 1 Set Point register is used to set the shaping air 1 set point. A number between 7 and

99 PSI can be written to this register. It can be changed at any time, and the system immediately adjusts to the new set point.

NOTE: Active preset has to be equal to the Dynamic

Preset 0 for value to take effect.

Input Register 15: Dynamic Shaping Air 2

Set Point (Outer)

The Dynamic Shaping Air 2 Set Point register is used to set the shaping air 2 set point. A number between 7 and

99 PSI can be written to this register. It can be changed at any time, and the system immediately adjusts to the new set point.

NOTE: Active preset has to be equal to the Dynamic

Preset 0 for value to take effect.

Input Register 16: Dynamic Turbine Speed

Set Point

The Dynamic Turbine Speed Set Point register is used to set the turbine speed set point. A number between 10 and 60 kRPM can be written to this register. The value is only accepted if the current preset is equal to 0

(Dynamic Preset).

NOTE: Active preset has to be equal to the Dynamic

Preset 0 for value to take effect.

Input Register 17: Dynamic Electrostatic

Voltage Set Point

The Dynamic Electrostatic Voltage Set Point register is used to update the target electrostatic voltage set point.

It can be changed at any time, and the system immediately adjusts to the new set point. A number between 0 and 100 can be written to this register (values 1-9 default to 10). Units of this register are kV.

NOTE: Active preset has to be equal to the Dynamic

Preset 0 for value to take effect.

Input Register 18: Dynamic Electrostatic

Current Set Point

The Dynamic Electrostatic Current Set Point register is used to update the target electrostatic current set point.

It can be changed at any time, and the system immediately adjusts to the new set point. A number between 0 and 150 can be written to this register. Units of this register are µA.

NOTE: Active preset has to be equal to the Dynamic

Preset 0 for value to take effect.

Input Register 19: Clear Active Alarm

The Clear Active Alarm register is used to acknowledge an alarm remotely so that the system may resume operation. Be sure that the alarm condition has been alleviated. Write a 1 to this register to acknowledge the latest active alarm. If more than one alarm is currently active only the most recent alarm is acknowledged. A repeated write should be performed to clear any remaining active alarms.

NOTE: This register is not polled by the applicator. An alarm is cleared only when a value of ‘1’ is written to this register. It is recommended that the automation reset this register by writing a 0 to it at all other times to avoid inadvertently clearing an alarm.

Input Register 20: Paint Trigger

The Paint Trigger register is used to signal the ProBell system to activate the paint valve.

• Write a value of ‘1’ to activate the paint valve.

• Write a value of ‘0’ to deactivate the paint valve.

Input Register 21: Electrostatic Trigger

The Electrostatic Trigger register is used to signal the

ProBell system to activate electrostatics.

NOTE: Robot should be located in a safe position to enable electrostatics. Arc detection is not enabled until blanking time is expired.

• Write a value of ‘1’ to activate electrostatics.

• Write a value of ‘0’ to deactivate electrostatics.

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NOTE: This register is used only if the Electrostatic

Enable is set to ‘Network’ via Gun Screen 1 on the System Logic Controller. If it is set to ‘Discrete’ or ‘Local’ this register is ignored and gun trigger is handled via the discrete input or softkey entry.

INPUT REGISTERS 22 – 25: DCS Command

Structure

See Dynamic Command Description, page 49

.

Applicator Network Inputs

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Network Input Data Map (Write/Read)

Network

Input ID

0000

0001

0002

0003

0004

0005

0006

0007

0008

0009

0010

0011

0012

Modbus

Register

40400

40402

40404

40406

40408

40410

40412

40414

40416

40418

40420

40422

40424

Parameter Name

Gun 1 Command Mode

Gun 1 Goto Preset Number

Gun 1 Air Control Solenoids

Gun 1 Paint Trigger

Gun 1 Electrostatic Trigger

Gun 2 Command Mode

Gun 2 Goto Preset Number

Data

Type uint32 uint32 uint32

Gun 1 Dynamic Shaping Air One Setpoint uint32

Gun 1 Dynamic Shaping Air Two Setpoint uint32

Gun 1 Dynamic Speed Setpoint

Gun 1 Dynamic Voltage Setpoint uint32 uint32

Gun 1 Dynamic Current Setpoint

Gun 1 Clear Active Alarm uint32 uint32 uint32 uint32 uint32 uint32

Units Range

NONE

0 = NOP

1 = Power

2 = Stop

3 = Idle

4 = Spray

5 = Purge

NONE 0, 1 - 98

NONE

PSI bit 0 = Gun Trigger bit 1 = Dump Valve bit 2 = Cup Wash bit 3 = Inner Shaping Air bit 4 = Outer Shaping Air bit 5 = Auxiliary 1 bit 6 = Auxiliary 2 bit 7 = Auxiliary 3 bit 8 = Turbine

7-99

PSI kRPM

7-99

10-60 kV

µA

0, 10-100

0-150

NONE 1 = Clear Active Alarm

NONE

NONE

NONE

0 = Deactivate Paint

Trigger

1 = Activate Paint Trigger

0 = Deactivate Electrostatics

1 = Activate Electrostatics

0 = NOP

1 = Power

2 = Stop

3 = Idle

4 = Spray

5 = Purge

NONE 0, 1 - 98

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Applicator Network Inputs

0013

0014

0015

0016

0017

0018

0019

0020

0021

0022

0023

0024

0025

40426

40428

40430

40432

40434

40436

40438

40440

40442

40800

40802

40804

40806

Gun 2 Air Control Solenoids

Gun 2 Paint Trigger

Gun 2 Electrostatic Trigger

Command Argument 1

Command Argument 2

Command Argument 3

Command uint33

Gun 2 Dynamic Shaping Air One Setpoint uint32

Gun 2 Dynamic Shaping Air Two Setpoint uint32

Gun 2 Dynamic Speed Setpoint

Gun 2 Dynamic Voltage Setpoint uint32 uint32

Gun 2 Dynamic Current Setpoint

Gun 2 Clear Active Alarm uint32 uint32 uint32 uint32 uint32 uint32 uint32 uint32

NONE bit 0 = Gun Trigger bit 1 = Dump Valve bit 2 = Cup Wash bit 3 = Inner Shaping Air bit 4 = Outer Shaping Air bit 5 = Auxiliary 1 bit 6 = Auxiliary 2 bit 7 = Auxiliary 3 bit 8 = Turbine

7-99 PSI

PSI kRPM kV

µA

7-99

10-60

0, 10-100

0-150

NONE 1= Clear Active Alarm

NONE

NONE

0 = Deactivate Paint

Trigger

1 = Activate Paint Trigger

0 = Deactivate Electrostatics

1 = Activate Electrostatics

NONE N/A

NONE N/A

NONE N/A

NONE See Command Table

Network Communication - Dynamic

Command Structure (DCS)

Dynamic Command Description

The Dynamic Command Structure (DCS) is used to access data that requires some form of argument(s) or consolidate data that requires multiple registers. The

DCS uses a static set of network communication input and output registers (see

Network Output Data Map

(Read Only), page 39

and Network Input Data Map

(Write/Read), page 48.

Use the following sequence for the DCS.

1.

Write the appropriate command arguments to

INPUT REGISTERS 22 – 24. These commands may be written sequentially or sent all at once.

2.

Once all arguments have been passed, write the command ID to INPUT REGISTER 25.

3.

The ProBell responds to a valid command by writing a 2 (Acknowledge) to OUTPUT REGISTER 32.

4.

The ProBell writes appropriate return values to

OUTPUT REGISTERS 33 – 35.

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Need to update image

ProBell Inputs (PLC Outputs)

INPUT REGISTER 25

[arg_0]

Can be written together or sequentially.

INPUT REGISTER 22

INPUT REGISTER 22

ProBell Outputs (PLC Inputs)

OUTPUT REGISTER 32

OUTPUT REGISTER 33

[arg_ n

]

[id]

ACK = 2

[rtn_0]

OUTPUT REGISTER 33

F IG . 2: Dynamic Command Structure Timing

List of DCS Commands

Table 6 Dynamic Commands with Command ID.

30

31

32

33

ID

0

15

16

34

ID

0

40

41

Command

No Op

Read Alarm Info

Read Event Info

Write Shaping Air 1

Write Shaping Air 2

Write Turbine Speed

Write ES Voltage

Write ES Current

Command

No Op

Read Shaping Air 1

Read Shaping Air 2

50

42

43

44

[rtn_ n

]

Read Turbine Speed

Read ES Voltage

Read ES Current

Applicator Network Inputs

Read Alarm Info

The Read Alarm Info command allows remote access to any of the last 200 alarms logged by the ProBell system.

The argument is the chronological index of the alarm log, where 0 is the most recent alarm and 199 is the 200th most recent. The date is returned as a four-byte packet with each byte holding a two-digit value for (from MSB to LSB) year, month, day, and day of the week (Monday = 01). The time is returned as a three-byte packet with each byte holding a two-digit value. Starting from the MSB, the first byte can be ignored, then hour, minute, and second. The alarm code is a four-character little endian ASCII string.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Parameter Description

Read Alarm Info

Alarm Index

Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

Value

15

1

Range

0-44

1-199

Acknowledge

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Command Acknowledged Uint32

Alarm Date Uint32

Alarm Time

Alarm Code [3:0]

Uint32

Uint32

NONE 2 = ACK 0-4

[YY:MM:D

D:DW]

[xx:HH:MM

- :SS]

NONE

0x0E060302 =

[14:06:03:02]

0x080B0B =

[08:11:11]

N/A

N/A

0x31304B44 = [‘1’,

’0’, ’K’, ’D’]

N/A

Read Event Info

The Read Event Info command allows remote access to any of the last 200 events logged by the ProBell system. The argument is the chronological index of the events log, where 0 is the most recent event and 199 is the 200th most recent. The date is returned as a four-byte packet with each byte holding a two-digit value for (from MSB to LSB) year, month, day, and day of the week (Monday = 01). The time is returned as a three-byte packet with each byte holding a two-digit value. Starting from the MSB, the first byte can be ignored, then hour, minute, and second. The event code is a four-character little endian ASCII string.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Parameter Description

Read Event Info

Alarm Index

Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

Value

16

1

Range

0-44

1-199

Acknowledge

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Command Acknowledged Uint32

Event Date Uint32

Event Time

Event Code [3:0]

Uint32

Uint32

NONE 2 = ACK 0-4

[YY:MM:D

D:DW]

[xx:HH:MM

- :SS]

NONE

0x0E060302 =

[14:06:03:02]

0x080B0B =

[08:11:11]

N/A

N/A

0x31304B44 = [‘1’,

’0’, ’K’, ’D’]

N/A

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Write Shaping Air 1 (Inner)

The Write Shaping Air 1 command allows users to configure preset shaping air 1 set point remotely. The return registers echo the arguments received.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Argument 1

Argument 2

Parameter Description

Write Shaping Air 1

Preset Number

Gun Number

Shaping Air 1 Set Point

Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

1

0

Value

30

25

Range

0-44

0-98

0-1

7-99

Acknowledge

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Command Acknowledged

Preset Number

Gun Number

Shaping Air 1 Set Point

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

2 = ACK 0-4

1 0-98

0

25

0-1

7-99

Write Shaping Air 2 (Outer)

The Write Shaping Air 2 command allows users to configure preset shaping air 2 set point remotely. The return registers echo the arguments received.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Argument 1

Argument 2

Parameter Description

Write Shaping Air 2

Preset Number

Gun Number

Fan Air Set Point

Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

1

0

Value

31

22

Range

0-44

0-98

0-1

7-99

Acknowledge

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Command Acknowledged

Preset Number

Gun Number

Fan Air Set Point

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

2 = ACK 0-4

1 0-98

0

22

0-1

7-99

Write Turbine Speed

The Write Turbine Speed command allows users to configure preset turbine speed set point remotely. The return registers echo the arguments received.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Argument 1

Parameter Description

Write Turbine Speed

Preset Number

Gun Number

Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

NONE

1

0

Value

32

Range

0-44

0-98

0-1

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Argument 2 Turbine Speed Set Point Uint32 NONE 25 10-60

Acknowledge

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Command Acknowledged

Preset Number

Gun Number

Turbine Speed Set Point

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

2 = ACK 0-4

1 0-98

0

25

0-1

10-60

Write Electrostatic Voltage

The Write Electrostatic Voltage command allows users to configure preset electrostatic voltage set point remotely.

The return registers echo the arguments received.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Argument 1

Argument 2

Parameter Description

Write ES Voltage

Preset Number

Gun Number

Electrostatic Voltage Set Point

Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

1

0

Value

33

85

Range

0-44

0-98

0-1

0, 10-100

Acknowledge

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Command Acknowledged

Preset Number

Gun Number

Electrostatic Voltage Set Point

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

0

3

2 = ACK 0-4

1 0-98

0-1

0-100

Write Electrostatic Current

The Write Electrostatic Current command allows users to configure preset electrostatic current set point remotely.

The return registers echo the arguments received.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Argument 1

Argument 2

Parameter Description

Write ES Current

Preset Number

Gun Number

Electrostatic Current Set Point

Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

1

0

Value

34

150

Range

0-44

0-98

0-1

0-150

Acknowledge

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Command Acknowledged

Preset Number

Gun Number

Electrostatic Current Set Point

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

2 = ACK 0-4

1 0-98

0

150

0-1

0-150

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Applicator Network Inputs

Read Shaping Air 1 (Inner)

The Read Shaping Air 1 command returns all configured preset parameters for a desired preset number. The number of the presets to be read is the only argument.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Argument 1

Parameter Description

Read Shaping Air 1

Preset Number

Gun Number

Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

NONE

1

0

Value

40

Range

0-44

0-98

0-1

Acknowledge

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Command Acknowledged

Preset Number

Gun Number

Shaping Air 1 Set Point

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

2 = ACK 0-4

1 0-98

0

25

0-1

7-99

Read Shaping Air 2 (Outer)

The Read Shaping Air 2 command returns all configured preset parameters for a desired preset number. The number of the presets to be read is the only argument.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Argument 1

Parameter Description

Read Shaping Air 2

Preset Number

Gun Number

Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

NONE

1

0

Value

41

Range

0-44

0-98

0-1

Acknowledge

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Command Acknowledged

Preset Number

Gun Number

Shaping Air 2 Set Point

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

2 = ACK 0-4

1 0-98

0

25

0-1

7-99

Read Turbine Speed

The Read Turbine Speed command returns all configured preset parameters for a desired preset number. The number of the presets to be read is the only argument.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Argument 1

Parameter Description

Read Turbine Speed

Preset Number

Gun Number

Command Acknowledged Acknowledge

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Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

1

0

Value

42

Range

0-44

0-98

0-1

2 = ACK 0-4

Applicator Network Inputs

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Preset Number

Gun Number

Turbine Speed Set Point

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

NONE

NONE

NONE

1

0

25

0-98

0-1

10-60

Read Electrostatic Voltage

The Read Electrostatic Voltage command returns all configured preset parameters for a desired preset number. The number of the presets to be read is the only argument.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Argument 1

Parameter Description

Read Electrostatic Voltage

Preset Number

Gun Number

Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

NONE

1

0

Value

43

Range

0-44

0-98

0-1

Acknowledge

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Command Acknowledged

Preset Number

Gun Number

Electrostatic Voltage

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

2 = ACK 0-4

1 0-98

0

100

0-1

0, 10-100

Read Electrostatic Current

The Read Electrostatic Current command returns all configured preset parameters for a desired preset number. The number of the presets to be read is the only argument.

DCS Register

DCS Command

Argument 0

Argument 1

Parameter Description

Read Electrostatic Voltage

Preset Number

Gun Number

Data Type

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Units

NONE

NONE

NONE

1

0

Value

44

Range

0-44

0-98

0-1

Acknowledge

Return 0

Return 1

Return 2

Command Acknowledged

Preset Number

Gun Number

Electrostatic Current

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

Uint32

NONE

NONE

NONE

NONE

2 = ACK 0-4

1 0-98

0

150

0-1

0-150

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USB Data

USB Data

If the system is configured with USB capability, be sure that Enable USB Downloads/Uploads is checked on

Advanced Screen 3, page 23 . All files downloaded

from the USB are put in a DOWNLOAD folder on the drive. For example:

“E:\GRACO\12345678\DOWNLOAD\”

The 8-digit numeric folder name matches the 8-digit

System Logic Controller serial number. When downloading from multiple System Logic Controllers, there is one sub-folder in the GRACO folder for each System

Logic Controller.

USB Logs

System Configuration Settings

File

The system configuration settings file name is

SETTINGS.TXT and is stored in the DOWNLOAD folder.

A system configuration settings file automatically downloads each time a USB flash drive is inserted. Use this file to back up system settings for future recovery or to easily replicate settings across multiple ProBell systems. Refer to the

Upload Procedure, page 57 , for

instructions on how to use this file.

Retrieve the SETTINGS.TXT file after all system settings are set as desired. Store the file for future use as a backup in case the settings are changed and need to be quickly changed back to the desired setup.

NOTE: System settings may not be compatible between different versions of the ProBell software.

NOTE: Do not modify the contents of this file.

F IG . 3: : System Logic Controller USB Port

During operation, the ProBell stores system and performance related information to memory in the form of log files. ProBell maintains two types of log files: an event

log and system logs. Follow the Download Procedure, page 57 , to retrieve log files.

Event Log

The event log file name is 1-EVENT.CSV and is stored in the DOWNLOAD folder.

The event log maintains a record of the last 1,000 events. Each event record in the log file contains the date and time the event occurred, the event type, event code, and event description.

System Log

The system log file name is 2-SYSTEM.CSV and is stored in the DOWNLOAD folder.

The system log maintains a record of modules connected to the system. Each event record in the log file contains the date, time, software part number, and software version.

Custom Language File

The custom language file name is DISPTEXT.TXT and is stored in the DOWNLOAD folder.

A custom language file automatically downloads each time a USB flash drive is inserted. If desired, use this file to create a user-defined set of custom language strings to be displayed within the System Logic Controller.

The ProBell system is able to display the following Unicode characters. For characters outside of this set, the system displays the Unicode replacement character, which appears as a white question mark inside of a black diamond.

• U+0020 - U+007E (Basic Latin)

• U+00A1 - U+00FF (Latin-1 Supplement)

• U+0100 - U+017F (Latin Extended-A)

• U+0386 - U+03CE (Greek)

• U+0400 - U+045F (Cyrillic)

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USB Data

Create Custom Language Strings

The custom language file is a tab-delimited text file that contains two columns. The first column consists of a list of strings in the language selected at the time of download. The second column can be used to enter the custom language strings. If a custom language was previously installed, this column contains the custom strings, otherwise the second column is blank.

Modify the second column of the custom language file as needed and follow the

Upload Procedure, page 57 ,

to install the file.

The format of the custom language file is critical. The following rules must be followed in order for the installation process to succeed.

• The file name must be DISPTEXT.TXT.

• The file format must be a tab-delimited text file using Unicode (UTF-16) character representation.

• The file must contain only two columns, with columns separated by a single tab character.

• Do not add or remove rows to the file.

• Do not change the order of the rows.

• Define a custom string for each row in the second column.

Download Procedure

1.

Insert the USB flash drive into the USB Port. See

F

IG

. 3: on page 56.

2.

The menu bar and USB indicator lights indicate that the USB is downloading files. Wait for USB activity to complete. A pop-up is present until the transfer is complete if it is not acknowledged.

3.

Remove the USB flash drive from the USB port

(BL).

4.

Insert the USB flash drive into the USB port of computer.

5.

The USB flash drive window automatically opens. If it does not, open USB flash drive from within Windows

®

Explorer.

6.

Open the Graco folder.

7.

Open the system folder. If downloading data from more than one system, there is more than one folder. Each folder is labeled with the corresponding serial number of the System Logic Controller (The serial number is on the back of the System Logic

Controller.)

8.

Open the DOWNLOAD folder.

9.

Open the LOG FILES folder labeled with the highest number. The highest number indicates the most recent data download.

10. Open the log file. Log files open in Microsoft

®

Excel

®

by default as long as the program is installed. However, they can also be opened in any text editor or Microsoft Word.

NOTE: All USB logs are saved in Unicode (UTF-16) format. If opening the log file in Microsoft Word, select Unicode encoding.

Upload Procedure

Use this procedure to install a system configuration file and/or a custom language file.

1.

If necessary, follow the Download Procedure, page 57 , to automatically generate the proper folder

structure on the USB flash drive.

2.

Insert the USB flash drive into the USB port of computer.

3.

The USB flash drive window automatically opens. If it does not, open the USB flash drive from within

Windows Explorer.

4.

Open the Graco folder.

5.

Open the system folder. If working with more than one system, there is more than one folder within the

Graco folder. Each folder is labeled with the corresponding serial number of the System Logic Controller. (The serial number is on the back of the module.)

6.

If installing the system configuration settings file, place the SETTINGS.TXT file into UPLOAD folder.

7.

If installing the custom language file, place the

DISPTEXT.TXT file into the UPLOAD folder.

8.

Remove the USB flash drive from computer.

9.

Install the USB flash drive into the ProBell system

USB port.

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USB Data

10. The menu bar and USB indicator lights indicate that the USB is downloading files. Wait for USB activity to complete.

11. Remove the USB flash drive from the USB port.

NOTE: If the custom language file was installed, users can now select the new language from the Language drop-down menu in the Advanced Setup Screen 1.

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Maintenance

Maintenance

Replace Battery

A lithium battery maintains the clock when the power is not connected.

To replace the battery:

1.

Disconnect power to the System Logic Controller.

2.

Remove the rear access panel.

The software upgrade token does not upgrade the software on the ProBell Electrostatic Controller. To upgrade this software, use a MicroSD card and the files available for download at www.graco.com.

1.

Turn off power to the system.

2.

Remove the token access panel.

F IG . 4: Remove Battery Panel r_24E451_3B9900_2a r_24E451_3B9

F IG . 5: Remove Access Panel

3.

Insert and press the software token (T) firmly into slot.

NOTE: There is no preferred orientation of the token.

3.

Remove the old battery and replace with a new

CR2032 battery.

4.

Replace the rear access panel.

Upgrade Software

NOTE: Back up the custom language file (if installed)

before upgrading the software. See USB Data, page 56

, for more information.

To upgrade the system software, purchase Software

Upgrade Token 17M465. Advanced Screen 4 displays the software part numbers and versions for the system components. The latest software version information is available at www.graco.com.

Module Software Part Number

Advanced Display

USB Configuration

Air Control

Speed Control

17D005

17D406

17B270

17B269

Electrostatic Control 17J278

Gateway CGM 16X255

T

F IG . 6: Insert Token r_24E451_3B9900_4a

4.

Turn on power to the system. The red indicator light

(L) flashes until the new software is completely loaded.

5.

If prompted, match the Speed Controller software to the Speed Controller control module serial number and the Air Controller software to the Air Controller control module serial number.

6.

After the red indicator light shuts off, turn off power to the system.

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Maintenance

7.

Remove the software token.

8.

Replace the token access panel.

NOTE: Update all system software at the same time for system compatibility. See the GCA Software Tokens Kit manual 3A1244 for more details on all system software.

Cleaning

Use any alcohol-based household cleaner, such as glass cleaner, to clean the System Logic Controller.

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

LED Diagnostic Information

The following LED signals, diagnoses, and solutions apply to the System Logic Controller, the Control Module, and the Gateway module (if one is installed for PLC integration).

Green on

Yellow

LED Status Signal

Red solid

Red flashing fast

Red flashing slow

Red flashes three times, pauses, then repeats

Token error

Diagnosis

The system is powered up.

Internal communication is in progress.

Hardware failure.

Software is uploading.

---

---

Solution

Invalid rotary switch position (FCM and CGM only)

Replace module.

---

Remove token and upload the software token again.

Change the rotary switch position on the control module (inside the air or speed controller) to a valid position, then restart the system.

Troubleshooting

.

Problem

The System Logic Controller is not on.

The System Logic Controller has power but does not function.

Red module status LED stays on constantly even after power cycle.

Cause Solution

Power is not on.

Turn power supply on.

Loose or disconnected CAN cable.

Tighten or connect CAN cable.

Hardware failure.

Replace.

Hardware failure.

Replace.

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Error Codes

Error Codes

System errors alert the operator of a problem in the system. When any error occurs:

• Error buzzer sounds (unless operating in silent mode).

• Error popup screen shows the active error code.

• The Status bar shows the active error code.

The error is saved in the error or event log.

There are four types of error: Alarm, Deviation, Advisory, and Record.

If an Alarm occurs, operation stops and an error is recorded in the system.

A Deviation records an error in the system but does not shut down the equipment. The deviation must be acknowledged by the user.

An Advisory records an event in the system and clears itself after 60 seconds.

A Record saves relevant system events in the background. This information can be reviewed on the Error

Log Screen.

To Clear Error and Restart

When a deviation or alarm occurs, be sure to determine the

error code before resetting it. Go to the Error Log Screen, page 27

to view the last 200 errors, with date and time stamps.

If an alarm has occurred, correct the cause before resuming operation.

To acknowledge a deviation or clear an alarm, press

.

Communication Errors

Code

CAP1 or

CAP2

Type Name

Alarm Communication

Error Air Control

CAD1 or

CAD2

Alarm Communication

Error Speed Control

CAI1 or

CAI2

CAGX,

CAGO, or

CAG1

Alarm

Alarm

Communication

Error Electrostatic

Control

Communication

Error Gateway

Description Solution

The Logic Controller has lost communication with the air controller.

The Logic Controller has lost communication with the speed controller.

The Logic Controller has lost communication with the electrostatic controller.

• Verify CAN connection on bottom of

Air Controller.

• Check status LEDs on FCM cube.

• Cycle power.

• Verify CAN connection on bottom of

Speed Controller.

• Check status LEDs on FCM cube.

• Cycle power

• Verify CAN connection on bottom of

Electrostatics Controller.

• Verify that the ES controller is configured to use CAN. See Setup Screen

2 in Manual 3A3657.

• Verify that the power switch is in the

ON position.

• Cycle power.

The system does not detect a

CGM that was registered as being connected at power up.

• Verify CAN connection on bottom of

Control Module.

• Check the status LEDs on the Control Module. See

LED Diagnostic

Information, page 61

.

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Error Codes

Code

CA00

CDOX

CDP1 or

CDP2

CDD1 or

CDD2

CDI1 or

CDI2

CDGX,

CDG0,

CDG1

WSCX,

WSC1,

WSC2

Type Name Description Solution

Alarm Communication

Error Logic Controller

Logic Controller communication has been lost.

Alarm Duplicate Logic Control

The system sees two or more logic controllers.

• Verify CAN connection on the bottom of the System Logic Controller.

• Check the status LEDs on the System Logic Controller. See

LED Diagnostic Information , page 61.

Alarm Duplicate Air Control The Logic Controller sees two or more air controllers set to the same gun.

• The air controller has the same CAN

ID as another module.

• Adjust the selector switch on the control module. See Adjusting Selector

Switch in manual 3A3954.

Alarm Duplicate Speed

Control

The Logic Controller sees two or more speed controllers set to the same gun.

• The speed controller has the same

CAN ID as another module.

• Adjust the selector switch on the control module. See Adjusting Selector

Switch in manual 3A3953.

Alarm Duplicate Electrostatic Control

Alarm

Alarm

Duplicate Communications Gateway

Module

Incorrect Air Control

Configuration

The Logic Controller sees two or more Electrostatic Controllers set to the same gun.

• Verify that the CAN ID is not the same as the CAN ID of a second

Electrostatic Controller

• See Setup Screen 6 in the Electrostatic Controller Manual.

The Logic Controller see two or more Gateway modules set to the same ID.

• The system does not support two

CGMs. Remove the second module from the system.

• Modbus TCP module has the same

CAN ID as another module.

• Adjust the rotary switch.

The Air Control indicates a

V2P feedback signal on a

Manual Air Controller.

• Verify the air control type is correct.

See Gun Screen 2, page 15 .

• Replace the control module if needed.

Electrostatic Controller Failure Errors

Code

H201 or

H202

H211 or

H212

H241 or

H242

H251 or

H252

ES

Code Type Name

H20 Alarm ES Controller

Error

H21 Alarm ES Controller

Error

H24 Alarm ES Controller

Error

H25 Alarm ES Controller

Error

Description Solution

Onboard generated voltage is out of tolerance.

24V supply has dropped below 21V. Remark: No error code is displayed.

• Verify all connections inside of controller are properly made.

• Verify power source is good.

• Replace 24 VDC board or power board if necessary.

Magic number doesn’t match the expected value.

• Verify all connections inside of controller are properly made.

• Replace main board if necessary

Writing to EEPROM takes longer than 10 minutes.

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Error Codes

Code

H261 or

H262

H271 or

H272

H801 or

H802

H811 or

H812

H821 or

H822

H831 or

H832

H841 or

H842

H851 or

H852

H861 or

H862

H871 or

H872

H881 or

H882

H901 or

H902

H921 or

H922

H941 or

H942

ES

Code

H26

H27

H80

H81

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Name

ES Controller

Error

ES Controller

Error

ES Controller

Error

ES Controller

Error

Description Solution

Data to be written at power off hasn’t been properly saved to the EEPROM.

• Do not turn off controller so quickly after making setting changes.

• Verify all connections inside of controller are properly made.

• Replace main board if necessary.

Verification of the data written to the EEPROM failed.

• Verify all connections inside of controller are properly made.

• Replace main board if necessary.

No response or timeout to a request. Error report on command execution. Response data mismatch.

The self-test performed by the safety controller detected an error.

Heartbeat message timeout.

• Verify all connections inside of controller are properly made.

• Verify software version and upgrade if needed.

• Replace main board if necessary.

H82 Alarm ES Controller

Error

H83

H84

H85

H86

H87

H88

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

24 VDC interlock missing

ES Controller

Error

ES Controller

Error

ES Controller

Error

ES Controller

Error

Digital output type not set

H90 Advisory

Gun Controller Communication Error

H92 Advisory

Gun Controller Not Alive

H94 Alarm ES Controller

Error

24 VDC interlock removed while electrostatics in operation

• Verify DIO cable connections.

• Verify connected interlocked devices are functioning.

• Verify all connections inside of controller are properly made.

• Replace main board if necessary.

The firmware requires an update.

Attempt to turn on the electrostatics while the applicator isn’t in the safe position.

Attempt to turn on the electrostatics without valid arc detection parameters set.

• Verify all connections inside of controller are properly made.

• Verify software version and upgrade if needed.

• Replace main board if necessary.

Too many message transmission requests at the same time.

An attempt is made to turn on the electrostatics when the digital output type is not configured.

Internal controller failure.

Internal controller failure.

The firmware requires an update.

• Verify all connections inside of controller are properly made.

• Verify software version and upgrade if needed.

• Replace main board if necessary.

Verify the software version and update.

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Error Codes

9011 or

9012

9021 or

9022

9031 or

9032

9041 or

9042

9051 or

9052

9991 or

9992

Code

H951 or

H952

ES

Code Type Name Description Solution

H95 Alarm ES Controller

Error

H901 Alarm Assertion failed

H902 Deviation

Out of Memory

H903 Deviation

H904 Deviation

H905

H999

Deviation

Deviation

Mismatch between the type of cascade and the type of applicator

Violation of a mandatory precondition

Memory allocation failed.

Watchdog timeout

Watchdog wasn’t serviced when necessary.

Stack Overflow

Hard Fault

Error

Other Fatal

Error

A stack overflow has been detected.

The CPU has detected a hard fault.

Unspecified fatal error.

Contact Graco technical assistance.

• Verify that all connections inside of the controller are properly made.

• Restart controller.

• Verify software version and upgrade if needed.

• Replace main board if necessary.

Electrostatic Controller Errors

Code

H111 or

H112

ES

Code Type

H11 Alarm

H121 or

H122

H12

H131 or

H132

H13

Alarm

Alarm

Name Description Solution

ES Low Current

Spraying current offset high

ES DC Overvoltage

The controller does not detect a current from the applicator, or detects a current that is too low.

The controller has detected a high off-state current.

Gun voltage is too high.

• Verify gun power cable connection and test continuity on the power cable.

• Replace gun power cable or gun power supply if needed.

• Verify gun power cable connection and test continuity on the power cable.

• Replace gun power cable or gun power supply if needed.

• Verify all connections inside the controller.

• Replace the main board if needed.

• Verify gun power cable connection and test continuity on the power cable.

• Replace gun power cable or gun power supply if needed.

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Error Codes

Code

H141 or

H142

H14

H911 or

H912

ES

Code Type

H91

Alarm

Name

Spraying current ground fault

Advisory Cascade Communication Error

Description Solution

The controller has detected a short between chassis and ground.

• Verify the gun power cable connection and test continuity on the power cable.

• Replace the gun power cable or gun power supply if needed.

• Verify all connections inside the controller.

• Replace the main board if needed.

Communication failure with cascade.

• Verify gun power cable connection and test continuity on the power cable.

• Replace gun power cable or gun power supply if needed.

Electrostatic Controller Arc Detection Errors

Code

H151 or

H152

ES

Code Type

H15 Alarm

H161 or

H162

H16

H171 or

H172

H17

H181 or

H182

H18

H191 or

H192

H19

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Name Description Solution

ES Arc Static Limit The static arc detection

ES Arc Dynamic

Limit threshold is exceeded. A grounded object came too close to the applicator.

The dynamic arc detection threshold is exceeded. A grounded object approached the applicator at too high of a speed.

• Verify closest distance to parts.

• Verify paint conductivity.

• Verify spraying parameters associated with static arc detection, see Run Screen 2

(Arc Limits) in ES Controller

Manual.

• Verify fastest approach to parts.

• Verify paint conductivity.

• Verify spraying parameters associated with dynamic arc detection, see Run Screen 2

(Arc Limits) in ES Controller

Manual.

ES Arc Both Limit A grounded object came too close to the applicator at too high of a speed.

ES Arc Unspecified

Arc detection has been triggered due to an unspecified reason.

Arc Detection

Drive Voltage

The power supply drive voltage rose too quickly.

• Verify closest distances to parts.

• Verify fastest approach to parts.

• Verify paint conductivity.

• Verify spraying parameters associated with arc detection, see Run Screen 2 (Arc Limits) in ES Controller Manual

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Error Codes

Electrostatic Controller CAN Bus Errors

Code

H401 or

H402

ES

Code Type

H40 Advisory

Name

H411 or

H402

H41

H421 or

H422

H42

H431 or

H432

H43

H441 or

H442

H44

Advisory

Advisory

ES CAN Error

Advisory

Advisory ES CAN Heartbeat

Description Solution

The CAN controller went to bus off state due to permanent bus error.

The CAN controller went to error passive state due to repeated bus errors.

Can messages are arriving too quickly.

Can messages arrive faster than they can be transferred to the receive queue.

The CAN remote enable heartbeat has stopped being transmitted.

• Verify that parameter P02 on

Setup Screen 2 is set to CAN mode and parameter P06 on

Setup Screen 6 is correct. See

Electrostatic Controller manual.

• Verify CAN cable connections.

• Verify that CAN devices are connected and functioning.

• Replace CAN board, if necessary.

Interlock Errors

Code

EBD1 or

EBD2

EBP1 or

EBP2

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Name

Interlock

Interlock

V801 or

V802

V811 or

V812

V821 or

V822

Alarm

Alarm

ES Interlock System

ES Interlock 24 VDC

Advisory ES Interlock Safe

Description Solution

Interlock input on air control

1 or 2 is active.

Interlock on speed control 1 or 2 is active.

This normally open contact works like a soft emergency stop button.

If the ProBell Air Controller or

Speed Controller reads the input as CLOSED, it interrupts system operation and turns off. If the input is read as OPEN, the system operates normally.

System power interlock is not satisfied.

24 VDC interlock is not satisfied.

See Table 1 in the ProBell Electrostatics manual for interlock requirements.

Safe position interlock is not satisfied.

Speed Controller Errors

Code Type Name Description Solution

K1D1 or

K1D2

K2D1 or

K2D2

Alarm Speed Low Alarm Actual turbine speed is lower than the alarm limit for longer than the alarm time (as set on Gun Screen 4).

Deviation Speed Low Deviation

Actual turbine speed is lower than the deviation limit for longer than the deviation time (as set on Gun Screen

4).

• Verify inlet air pressure and flow is sufficient. (Pressure greater than 70 psi)

• Check turbine air hose on

Speed Controller is not pinched.

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Error Codes

Code Type Name Description Solution

K3D1 or

K3D2

Deviation Speed High Deviation

K4D1 or

K4D2

K5D1 or

K5D2

K6D1 or

K6D2

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Speed High

Alarm

Speed Controller

Calibration

Turbine V2P

Feedback Error

Actual turbine speed is higher than the deviation limit for longer than the deviation time (as set on Gun Screen

4).

Actual turbine speed is higher than the alarm limit for longer than the alarm time (as set on Gun Screen 4) or speed has exceeded 65 kRPM.

• High fluid flow while turning paint trigger off.

• Verify that the voltage to pressure regulator in the Speed

Controller is working properly.

• Verify brake solenoid is operating properly.

When calibrating turbine voltage to pressure feedback voltage, the control module detects a fault in the voltage.

System cannot detect feedback from turbine V2P.

• Relieve the inlet air pressure on speed control enclosure. Retry

Calibration.

• Verify cable connection between voltage to pressure regulator and connector 6 on speed control on FCM. Retry calibration.

• Replace cable 17K902.

• Replace voltage to pressure regulator.

K7P1 or

K7P2

Alarm

K8D1 or

K8D2

Alarm

Speed Control

Pressure

Unknown

Speed Control

Feedback

Manual air controls only. The system cannot determine the pressure switch state.

Turbine speed feedback was not detected

Verify the wiring on the pressure switch.

• Verify Fiber Optic connection on speed control box.

• Verify Fiber Optic connection on applicator.

• Confirm ends of the fiber optic cable are in good shape.

Electronic Shaping Air Errors

NOTE: Air 1 is Inner Shaping Air for ProBell applicators, atomizing air for all other guns.

Air 2 is Outer Shaping Air for ProBell applicators, fan air for all other guns.

Code Type Name Description Solution

P111 or

P112

P121 or

P122

P211 or

P212

Alarm

Alarm

Pressure Low, Air

1 (Inner)

Actual air pressure 1 is lower than the alarm limit for longer than the alarm time (as set on Gun Screen 2).

Verify shaping air 1 (Inner) hose is not cut or split.

Pressure Low, Air

2 (Outer)

Actual air pressure 2 is lower than the alarm limit for longer than the alarm time (as set on Gun Screen 2).

Verify shaping air 2 (Outer) hose is not cut or split.

Deviation Pressure Low, Air

1 (Inner)

Actual air pressure 1 is lower than the deviation limit for longer than the deviation time (as set on Gun

Screen 2).

Verify shaping air 1 (Inner) hose is not cut or split.

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Error Codes

Code Type Name Description Solution

P221 or

P222

Deviation Pressure Low, Air

2 (Outer)

Actual air pressure 2 is lower than the deviation limit for longer than the deviation time (as set on Gun

Screen 2).

Verify shaping air 2 (Outer) hose is not cut or split.

P311 or

P312

P321or

P322

Deviation Pressure High, Air

1 (Inner)

Deviation Pressure High, Air

2 (Outer)

Actual air pressure 1 is higher than the deviation limit for longer than the deviation time (as set on Gun

Screen 2).

Actual air pressure 2 is higher than the deviation limit for longer that the deviation time (as set on Gun

Screen 2).

• Calibrate the voltage to pressure

regulator (V2P). See Calibration Screen , page 19.

• Verify the air tubing is connected properly.

• Verify cable connections.

• Replace the voltage to pressure regulator (V2P).

P411 or

P412

Alarm

P421 or

P422

Alarm

Pressure High, Air

1 (Inner)

Actual air pressure 1 is higher than the alarm limit for longer than the alarm time (as set on Gun Screen 2).

Pressure High, Air

2 (Outer)

Actual air pressure 2 is higher than the alarm limit for longer than the alarm time (as set on Gun Screen 2).

P511 or

P512

Alarm

P521 or

P522

Alarm

P611 or

P612

P621 or

P622

Alarm

Alarm

Calibration Error,

Air 1 (Inner)

Calibration Error,

Air 2 (Outer)

Air 1 sensor disconnected (Inner)

Air 2 sensor disconnected (Outer)

The returned value of the calibration on Air 1 is out of range.

The returned value of the calibration on Air 2 is out of range.

• Relieve inlet air pressure on air control enclosure. Retry Calibration

• Verify cable connection between voltage to pressure regulator and connector 6 on air control on module. Retry calibration.

• Replace cable 17K902.

• Replace voltage to pressure regulator.

The returned value of the pressure sensor for Air 1 (Inner) is zero.

The returned value of the pressure sensor for Air 2 (Outer) is zero.

• Replace cable 17K902.

• Replace voltage to pressure regulator.

Solenoid Errors

Code Type

WJ11 or

WJ12

Alarm

WJ21 or

WJ22

Alarm

WJ31 or

WJ32

Alarm

Name

Turbine Air Solenoid Removed

Brake Solenoid

Removed

Paint Trigger

Removed

Description Solution

System does not detect the Turbine

Air solenoid on the Speed Controller.

Verify wiring on terminals 1 and 2 in the Speed Controller.

System does not detect the Brake

Air solenoid.

System does not detect the Gun

Trigger solenoid.

Verify wiring on terminals 3 and 4 in the Speed Controller.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals 1 and 3 in the Air Controller.

Manual: Verify wiring on terminals 1 and 2 in the Air Controller.

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Error Codes

Code Type

WJ41 or

WJ42

Alarm

WJ51 or

WJ52

Alarm

WJ61 or

WJ62

Alarm

WJ71 or

WJ72

Alarm

WJ81 or

WJ82

WJ91 or

WJ92

Alarm

Alarm

WJA1 or

WJA2

Alarm

WJB1 or

WJB2

Alarm

Name Description Solution

Dump Solenoid

Removed

Cup Wash Solenoid Removed

System does not detect the Dump

Trigger solenoid.

System does not detect the Cup

Wash solenoid.

Air 1 (Inner) Solenoid Removed

Air 2 (Outer) Solenoid Removed

Turbine Air Solenoid Removed

Auxiliary 1 Solenoid Removed

System does not detect the Air 1 solenoid.

System does not detect the Air 2 solenoid.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals 13 and 14 in the Air Controller.

Manual: Verify wiring on terminals

17 and 18 in the Air Controller.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals 20 and 21 in the Air Controller.

Manual: Verify wiring on terminals

20 and 21 in the Air Controller.

Verify wiring on terminals 3 and 4 in the Manual Air Controller.

System does not detect the Turbine

Air solenoid on the manual Air Controller.

System does not detect the Auxiliary

1 solenoid.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals 27and 28 in the Air Controller.

Manual: Verify wiring on terminals

23 and 24 in the Air Controller.

Auxiliary 2 Solenoid Removed

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals 4 and 5 in the Air Controller.

Manual: Verify wiring on terminal 5 and terminal 6 in the Air Controller.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals 6 and 7 in the Air Controller.

Manual: Verify wiring on terminals 7 and 8 in the Air Controller.

Auxiliary 3 Solenoid Removed

System does not detect the Auxiliary

2 solenoid.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals 29 and 30.

Manual: Verify wiring on terminals

25 and 26.

System does not detect the Auxiliary

3 solenoid.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals 31 and 32

Manual: Verify wiring on terminals

27 and 28 in the Air Controller.

Bearing Air Pressure Errors

Code Type

K9D1 or

K9D2

Alarm

K9P1 or

K9P2

Alarm

P7P1 or

P7P2

Alarm

P9P1 or

P9P2

Alarm

Name

Bearing Air Pressure Switch Status Unknown

Bearing Air

Removed

Air Control Pressure Switch

Unknown

Air Control Pressure Low

Description Solution

Pressure switch state cannot be determined.

Speed Controller no longer detects bearing air.

Pressure switch state cannot be determined on manual air controller.

Verify that inlet air pressure is greater than 70 psi, air flow is sufficient, and wiring on pressure switch is connected.

Verify the wiring on the pressure switch.

Air Controller no longer detects bearing air. (Manual air controller only.)

Verify that inlet air pressure and flow are sufficient.

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Error Codes

System Logic Controller Errors

Code Type Name Description Solution

EVUX

WNOX

Advisory USB Disabled

Alarm Key Token

ErrorAdm

User installed a USB device in the system logic controller USB port when USB downloads were disabled.

User installed incompatible key token.

WSUX Advisory USB Configuration

Error

USB configuration file does not match expected; checked on startup.

Go to Screen X and enable USB.

Remove key token Repeat process with compatible keytoken.

Reinstall software.

WXUU Advisory USB Upload Error User installed an incompatible USB

WXUD Advisory USB Download device in the System Logic Control-

Error ler USB port.

WX00 Alarm Software Error An unexpected software error has occurred.

Repeat process with compatible

USB device.

Call Graco technical support.

Records and Advisories

Code Type Name Description

System

EB00

EC00

EL00

ELD1 or

ELD2

EM00

EMD1 or

EMD2

END1 or

END2

Record

Record

Record

Record

Record

Record

Record

Stop Button Pressed

Setup Value(s) changed

System Power ON

Gun ON

System Power OFF

Gun OFF

Calibration Gun

Record of stop button press.

Record of changing setup variables

Record of power cycle (ON).

Record of applicator power activation (ON).

Record of power cycle (OFF).

Record of applicator power deactivation (OFF).

Record of Gun 1 or Gun 2 being calibrated.

ES00

Applicator

Advisory Factory Defaults

EUD1 or

EUD2

Advisory Idle Timer Expired

USB

EAUX

EBUX

Advisory

Record

USB Start (Drive Inserted)

USB Stop (Drive Removed)

EQU0

EQU1

EQU2

EQU3

Record of system settings being reset to factory defaults.

Record of the system returning to Idle mode after expiration of the Idle Timer on Gun 1 or Gun 2.

USB drive is inserted, download is in progress.

USB drive was removed while downloading or uploading.

Advisory USB Idle

Record System Settings Downloaded

USB download completed, drive may be removed.

Settings were downloaded to USB drive.

Record System Settings Uploaded Settings were uploaded to USB drive.

Record Custom Language Downloaded

Custom language was downloaded to USB drive.

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Error Codes

Code

EQU4

EQU5

EVUX

Type Name Description

Record

Record

Custom Language Uploaded

Logs Downloaded

Advisory USB Disabled

Custom language was uploaded to USB drive.

Data logs were downloaded to USB drive.

USB drive is inserted, download is disabled.

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Error Codes

Maintenance Advisories

Code

MD11

MD12

MD21

MD22

MD31

MD32

MD41

MD42

MD51

MD52

MD61

MD62

MD71

MD72

MD81

MD82

MD91

MD92

MDA1

MDA2

MMUX

Type Name Description Solution

Advisory Maintenance Valve Paint

Gun 1

Advisory Maintenance Valve Paint

Gun 2

Advisory Maintenance Valve Dump

Gun 1

Advisory Maintenance Valve Dump

Gun 2

Advisory Maintenance Valve Cup

Wash Gun 1

Advisory Maintenance Valve Cup

Wash Gun 2

Advisory Maintenance Valve Air 1

Gun 1

Advisory Maintenance Valve Air 1

Gun 2

Advisory Maintenance Valve Air 2

Gun 1

Advisory Maintenance Valve Air 2

Gun 2

Advisory Maintenance Valve Auxiliary 1 Gun 1

Advisory Maintenance Valve Auxiliary 1 Gun 2

Advisory Maintenance Valve Auxiliary 2 Gun 1

Advisory Maintenance Valve Auxiliary 2 Gun 2

Advisory Maintenance Valve Auxiliary 3 Gun 1

Gun 1 paint valve is due for maintenance

Gun 2 paint valve is due for maintenance

Gun 1 dump valve is due for maintenance

Gun 2 dump valve is due for maintenance

Gun 1 cup wash valve is due for maintenance

Gun 2 cup wash valve is due for maintenance

Gun 1 air valve 1 is due for maintenance

Gun 2 air valve 1 is due for maintenance

Gun 1 air valve 2 is due for maintenance

Gun 2 air valve 2 is due for maintenance

Gun 1 auxiliary 1 valve is due for maintenance

Gun 2 auxiliary 1 valve is due for maintenance

Gun 1 auxiliary 2 valve is due for maintenance

Gun 2 auxiliary 2 valve is due for maintenance

Gun 1 auxiliary 3 valve is due for maintenance

• tenance

• Clear advisory and clear

Perform required mainvalve count on corresponding Maintanance

Screen

Perform required maintenance

Clear advisory and clear valve count on corresponding Maintenance

Screen

Advisory Maintenance Valve Auxiliary 3 Gun 2

Advisory Maintenance Valve Turbine

Gun 1

Gun 2 auxiliary 3 valve is due for maintenance

Gun 1 turbine valve is due for maintenance

Advisory Maintenance Valve Turbine

Gun 2

Gun 2 turbine valve is due for maintenance

Advisory Maintenance Valve Brake

Gun 1

Advisory Maintenance Valve Brake

Gun 2

Gun 1 brake valve is due for maintenance

Gun 2 brake valve is due for maintenance

Advisory Maintenance USB Logs Full USB maintenance logs are full. • Use a USB drive to save maintenance logs.

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Appendix A: Integration with Allen Bradley PLC

Appendix A: Integration with Allen Bradley PLC

This appendix outlines how to integrate a ProBell system with an Allen Bradley Studio 5000 Programmable

Logic Controller (PLC).

To integrate, the ProBell system must have the Ethernet/IP protocol for PLC CGM (Graco Part number

CGMEPO) installed prior to performing this procedure.

In the PLC software, perform the following steps:

1.

Add the new Ethernet module.

3.

The New Module screen opens.Configure the module by defining the fields as follows:

2.

The Select Module Type screen opens. a.

In the search field, type “generic” b.

Select ETHERNET-MODULE Generic Ethernet

Module. NOTE: Do not select the Close on Create checkbox.

c.

Click the Create button.

NOTE: The Open Module Properties checkbox must remain selected so that the configuration can be completed after completing this screen.

a. Name (required): Enter a name for the module

(select a name that has meaning for you when viewed on the Ethernet directory shown by the figure in step 1).

b.

Description (optional): Use any description desired.

c.

IP Address (required): Enter the static IP address of the Graco EtherNet/IP CGM installed in the ProMix PD2K.

d.

Input: Assembly Instance (required): Enter

“100”, which is a device-specific parameter for the Graco EtherNet/IP CGM.

e.

Input: Size (required): Enter “36”, which is the number of 32–bit registers that are allocated for input variables in the Graco EtheNet/IP CGM.

f.

Output: Assembly Instance (required): Enter

“150”, which is the device-specific parameter for the Graco EtherNet/IP CGM.

g.

Output: Size (required): Enter “26”, which is the number of 32–bit registers that are allocated for output variables in the Graco EtheNet/IP CGM.

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Appendix A: Integration with Allen Bradley PLC

4.

h.

i.

Configuration: Assembly Instance (required):

Enter “1”.

Configuration: Size (required): Enter “0”.

j.

Click the OK button. The Module Properties

Report window is displayed.

On the Connection tab:

NOTE: An asterisk appears after the tab heading if unsaved changes are present. Click the Apply button to save changes without exiting this screen.

a.

Enter a Requested Packet Interval (RPI) value.

NOTE: Graco recommends a value of 30 ms or greater.

b.

If desired, select the available check boxes.

c.

Click the OK button to save all changes and exit this screen.

Connection Request

Error — Invalid Input

Application Path

This error, which also triggers an

I/O Fault on the PLC, is caused by an invalid number being entered for the Input: Assembly

Instance parameter. The correct value for this parameter is “100”.

Connection Request

Error — Invalid Output Application Path

This error, which also triggers an

I/O Fault on the PLC, is caused by an invalid number being entered for the Output:

Assembly Instance parameter.

The correct value for this parameter is “150”.

Connection Request

Error — Invalid Input

Size

This error, which also triggers an

I/O Fault on the PLC, is caused by an invalid number being entered for the Input: Size parameter. The correct value for this parameter is “36”.

Connection Request

Error — Invalid Output Size

This error, which also triggers an

I/O Fault on the PLC, is caused by an invalid number being entered for the Output: Size parameter. The correct value for this parameter is “26”.

Module Configuration Rejected —

Format Error

This error, which also triggers an

I/O Fault on the PLC, is caused by an invalid number being entered for the Configuration:

Size parameter. Because there are no configuration registers associated with the module, the correct value for this parameter is “0”.

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Graco Standard Warranty

Graco warrants all equipment referenced in this document which is manufactured by Graco and bearing its name to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of sale to the original purchaser for use. With the exception of any special, extended, or limited warranty published by Graco, Graco will, for a period of twelve months from the date of sale, repair or replace any part of the equipment determined by

Graco to be defective. This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Graco’s written recommendations.

This warranty does not cover, and Graco shall not be liable for general wear and tear, or any malfunction, damage or wear caused by faulty installation, misapplication, abrasion, corrosion, inadequate or improper maintenance, negligence, accident, tampering, or substitution of non-Graco component parts. Nor shall Graco be liable for malfunction, damage or wear caused by the incompatibility of Graco equipment with structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco, or the improper design, manufacture, installation, operation or maintenance of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco.

This warranty is conditioned upon the prepaid return of the equipment claimed to be defective to an authorized Graco distributor for verification of the claimed defect. If the claimed defect is verified, Graco will repair or replace free of charge any defective parts. The equipment will be returned to the original purchaser transportation prepaid. If inspection of the equipment does not disclose any defect in material or workmanship, repairs will be made at a reasonable charge, which charges may include the costs of parts, labor, and transportation.

THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE, AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED

TO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE .

Graco’s sole obligation and buyer’s sole remedy for any breach of warranty shall be as set forth above. The buyer agrees that no other remedy

(including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damages for lost profits, lost sales, injury to person or property, or any other incidental or consequential loss) shall be available. Any action for breach of warranty must be brought within two (2) years of the date of sale.

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