User manual LCD 54z

User manual LCD 54z
LCD 54
User Interface
Operator’s Manual
Article # 608 617 99 / Edition 1.1
October 2001 / Printed in Germany
PROCESS-PLC
Edition 1.1
JETTER AG reserves the right to make alterations to its products in the interest of
technical progress. These alterations need not to be documented in every single
case.
This manual and the information contained herein have been compiled with due
diligence. JETTER AG shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental
or consequential damage in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of
this material.
The brand names and product names used in this manual are trade marks or
registered trade marks of the respective title owner.
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How to Contact us:
Jetter AG
Gräterstrasse 2
D-71642 Ludwigsburg
Germany
Phone - Switchboard:
Phone - Sales:
Phone - Technical Hotline:
+49-7141/2550-0
+49-7141/2550-530
+49-7141/2550-444
Telefax:
E-Mail - Sales:
E-Mail - Technical Hotline:
Internet address:
+49-7141/2550-425
[email protected]
[email protected]
http://www.jetter.de
This Operator’s Manual is an Integral
Part of the LCD 54:
Type:
Serial No:
Year of construction:
Order No.:
To be entered by the customer:
Inventory #:
Place of operation:
© Copyright 2001 by Jetter AG. Alle rights reserved.
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Significance of these Operating
Instructions
This manual is an integral part of the LCD 54 user interface, and
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must be kept in a way that it is always at hand until the LCD 54 user interface will
be disposed of.
if the LCD 54 user interface is sold, alienated or loaned, this manual must be
handed over.
In any case you encounter difficulties to clearly understand the manual, please
contact the manufacturer.
We would appreciate any kind of suggestion and contributions on your part and
would ask you to inform us or the write us. This will help us to produce manuals that
are more user-friendly and to address your wishes and requirements.
Unavoidable residual hazards for persons and material may result from the LCD 54
user interface. For this reason, any person who has to deal with the operation,
transport, installation, maintenance and repair of the LCD 54 user interface must
have been familiarised with it and must be aware of these dangers.
Therefore, this person must carefully read, understand and observe this manual, and
especially the safety instructions.
Missing or inadequate knowledge of the manual results in the loss of any claim of
liability on part of Jetter AG. Therefore, the operating company is recommended to
have the instruction of the persons concerned confirmed in writing.
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Contents
Table of Contents
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Safety Instructions
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2
Installing the User Interface
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3
Setup in Multi-Display Mode
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4
Operating Conditions
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5
Physical Dimensions
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Technical Data
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Display and Key Functions
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Appendices
Appendix A:
Appendix B:
Appendix C:
Appendix D:
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Glossary
List of Abbreviations
List of Illustrations
Index
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1 Safety Instructions
Tabel
Contents
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Safety Instructions
process- The LCD 54 user interface is in line with the current state of the art. This LCD 54 user
interface complies w ith the safety regulations and standards in force. Special
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emphasis was given to the safety of the users.
Of course, the following regulations apply to the user:
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relevant accident prevention regulations;
accepted safety rules;
EC guidelines and other country-specific regulations.
Usage as Agreed Upon
Usage as agreed upon includes operation in accordance with the operating
instructions.
The LCD 54 user interface is designed and permitted for operation in connection with
the electric cabinet only. The LCD 54 only works together with a PROCESS-PLC by
Jetter AG. The user interface LCD 54 serves to control machinery such as dosing
and hardening equipment, stage technique and logistic centres.
Usage Other Than Agreed Upon
The LCD 54 user interface must not be used in technical systems which to a high
degree have to be fail-save, e.g. ropeways and aeroplanes. If the LCD 54 user
interface is to be run under operating conditions, which differ from the conditions
mentioned in chapter4, page18, the manufacturer is to be contacted beforehand.
Who is Permitted to Operate the LCD 54 User Interface
Only instructed, trained and authorised persons are permitted to operate the LCD 54
user interface.
Mounting and backfitting may only be carried out by specially trained personnel, as
specific know-how will be required.
Maintaining the LCD 54 User Interface
The LCD 54 user interface is maintenance-free. Therefore, no inspection or
maintenance are required for the operation of the module .
Decommissioning and Disposing of the LCD 54 User
Interface
Decommissioning and disposing of the LCD 54 user interface are subject to the
environmental legislation of the respective country in effect for the operator's
premises.
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Description of Symbols
This sign is to indicate a possible impending danger of serious physical damage
or death.
Danger
This sign is to indicate a possible impending danger of light physical damage.
This sign is also to warn you of material damage.
Caution
This sign is to indicate a possible impending situation which might bring damage
to the product or to its surroundings.
Important!
This sign is to indicate an application, e.g installation, and other useful
information.
Note!
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Enumerations are marked by full stops, strokes or scores.
Operating instructions are marked by this arrow.
Automatically running processes or results to be achieved are marked by this
arrow.
Keys on the user interface.
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1 Safety Instructions
Ensure Your Own Safety
Isolate the LCD 54 user interface or the PROCESS-PLC from the mains, if
maintenance works have to be carried out. By doing so, you will prevent accidents
resulting from electric voltage and moving parts.
Modifications and Alterations to the Module
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For safety reasons, no modifications and changes to the LCD 54 user interface
and its functions are permitted. Any modifications to the LCD 54 user interface not
expressly authorised by the manufacturer will result in a loss of any liability claims
to Jetter AG.
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The original parts are specially designed for the LCD 54 user interface . Parts and
equipment of other manufacturers are not tested on our part, and are, therefore,
not released by us. The installation of such parts may impair the safety and the
proper functioning of the LCD 54 user interface .
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For any damages resulting from usage other than agreed upon, e.g. the use of
non original parts and equipment, any claims with respect to liability of Jetter AG
are excluded.
Malfunctions
Malfunctions or other damages are to be reported to an authorised person
at once.
Safeguard the LCD 54 user interface against misuse or accidental use.
Only qualified experts are allowed to carry out repairs.
Safety and protective devices, e.g. the barrier and cover of the terminal box
must not in any case be shunted or by-passed.
Dismantled safety devices must be reattached prior to commissioning and
checked for proper functioning.
Information Signs and Labels
Writings, information signs, and labels always have to be observed and
kept readable.
Damaged or unreadable information signs and labels are to be exchanged.
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Instructions on EMI
The noise immunity of a system corresponds to the weakest component of the
system. For this reason, correct wiring and shielding of the cables is important.
Important!
Measures for increasing immunity to interfering in electric plants:
Only use originally shielded cables, especially as bus cables.
Shielding must be done on both ends of the applicable cables.
The entire shield must be drawn behind the isolation, and then be
clamped under a strain relief with the greatest possible surface area.
When connecting the signal line to the terminal block it is important
that the strain relief is directly connected to a grounded surface with the
greatest possible surface area.
When using connectors, metallised connectors are to be used only,
e.g. SUB-D connectors with metallised housing according to Abb. 1.
Make sure that the strain relief is directly connected with the housing
here as well.
Male/Female SUB-D Connectors (9, 15 or 25 pins) with Metallised
Housing.
Fig. 1: Shielding in conformity with the EMC standards
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Important!
To avoid malfunctions the following must be ensured:
The shielding must be extensively clamped under a strain relief.
The distance between unshielded conductor ends must be as short as
possible.
Residual Dangers
Hazards during Operation
Danger resulting from electric shock!
If the LCD 54 is not connected-up correctly or is not isolated from the mains, for
example during installation, maintenance, and repair, you can get an electric
shock. Please observe the following precautions in order to avoid injuries such as
muscle cramps, burns, unconsciousness, respiratory standstill, and possibly
death:
Isolate the LCD 54 from the mains (pull out the mains plug) when
working on the control system.
Do not touch the female connectors during operation.
Have works on the electric and electronic system performed by
qualified personnel only.
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2 Installing the User Interface
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Installing the User Interface
Scope of Delivery
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LCD 54 user interface
Operator's manual
Installation Steps
Please check the delivery package for completeness; check the LCD 54 for
possible damages.
Connect the LCD 54 user interface to your control system (LCD port) with
the user interface cable.
Connect the four wires of the user interface cable with the emergency
safety relay.
Connect the control system, e.g. a NANO-B to your computer with the
programming cable EM-PK.
Activate the control system and transfer a SYMPAS program, for example,
from your computer to your PROCESS-PLC.
Check the function of the control system and the function of the emergency
safety relay; also refer to the description on page 14.
Fig. 2: Example: Connection of LCD 54 with PROCESS-PLC NANO-B
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Mounting and Startup Accessories (not included in the scope of
delivery)
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Programming cable EM-PK, 0.5 m, 2.5 m or 5 m
Wall mounting LCD 54-H
Computer
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Emergency safety relay
Troubleshooting
Check whether the programming cable EM-PK and the user interface
cables are connected properly according to the manual.
Check the function of the user interface with your control system.
Notes on Safety as regards the Installation
Danger resulting from electric shock!
If the digital LCD 54 user interface is not isolated from the mains, for example
during installation, maintenance, and repair, you can get an electric shock.
Please observe the following precautions in order to avoid injuries such as
muscle cramps, burns, unconsciousness, respiratory standstill, and possibly
death:
Have works on the electric and electronic system performed by
qualified personnel only.
Isolate the LCD 54 from the mains (pull out the user interface cable)
when working on the control system.
Prior to commissioning, do the following:
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Reattach dismantled safety equipment and check it for proper
functioning.
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Secure the LCD 54 against accidental contact with conductive parts
and components.
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Only connect units or electric components with the signal lines of the
LCD 54 user interface when they are insulated properly against the
connected electric circuit.
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Establish a permanent connection from the LCD 54 to the
PROCESS-PLC and to the emergency safety relay with the user
interface cable , see Abb. 2, Seite 12.
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Important
Never plug or unplug the user interface cable of the LCD 54 when the
controller is switched on.
Doing so could damage the LCD 54 unser interface.
Therefore, only carry out installation and maintenance work at the LCD 54 user
interface when the controller is isolated from the mains.
Emergency Safety Relay
If the emergency safety relay has not been activated, the two different NCCs are
closed. If the emergency safety relay button is pressed, the two connections (brownblue and white-black) will be interrupted.
Fig. 3: Emergency Stop of the LCD 54
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3 Setup in Multi-Display Mode
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Setup in Multi-Display Mode
Fig. 4: Flow Chart: LCD Parameterizing
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3 Setup in Multi-Display Mode
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With the help of the multi-display mode, up to four LCD user interfaces can be
operated by a PROCESS-PLC of the NANO-A, NANO-B, NANO-C, DELTA or any
other type of an automation control by which the pcom5 protocol can be processed.
During processing, either identical or different texts and/or register contents can be
displayed.
The parameters of the LCD 54 user interface must be entered according to
the flow chart shown on Abb. 4, Seite 15.
Each LCD user interface must be assigned its individual number.
If there is only one LCD user interface, value 0 will always have to be
assigned.
If there are more than one LCD user interfaces, each LCD user interface
must be assigned a value between 1 and 4 in ascending order; there must
always be a display number 1.
The display that has been assigned number 1 is the master LCD. After power up,
only the first LCD user interface will be synchronized with the PROCESS-PLC. The
other LCDs will remain deactivated, until they are given command signals.
Note!
Simultaneous function of both user input and monitor mode is only possible on
one display.
Note!
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Voltage for more than one LCD user interfaces cannot be supplied any more
with the help of the controller only.
For voltage supply of the LCD user interfaces, an individual power supply unit
of a voltage of DC 15 V to DC 30 V must be used.
For each LCD 54 user interface, a power consumption of approximately 400
mA must be expected.
For connecting more than one user interfaces to the LCD port of the
PROCESS-PLC, either an adapter or modified connection cables will be
needed.
Different from the standard design, the connection cables must be altered
according to Abb. 5, Seite 17 .
Note!
In multi-display mode, only LCD devices that have been equipped with an RS 422
interface can be used.
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Fig. 5: PIN Assignment of the Connection Cables for More than One LCD
User Interfaces
Important!
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When fabricating the connection cable, the following minimum requirements
for EMC conformity apply:
1. Number of cores:
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2. Core cross-sectional area:
0.25 mm²
3. Connector (male):
Sub-D, metallised
4. Maximum cable length:
10 m
5. Shield:
complete shielding, no paired shielding
The shield must be connected to the metallised connector housings on both
ends of the cable with the greatest possible surface area.
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4 Operating Conditions
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Operating Conditions
Environmental Operating Parameters
Parameters:
Value
Operating
Temperature Range
0 °C up to +50 °C with max. 3 K/
min
Storage Temperature
Range
-10 °C (max. 48 h) up to +70 ° C
(max. 168 h)
Air Humidity /
Humidity Rating
5 % to 90 %, no condensation
Pollution degree
II
Corrosion Immunity/
Chemical Resistance
No special protection against
corrosion. Ambient air must be
free from higher concentrations of
acids, alcaline solutions, corrosive
agents, salts, metal vapours, or
other corrosive or
electroconductive contaminants.
Operating Altitude
max. 2000 m above sea level
Reference
DIN EN 60068-2-1
DIN EN 60068-2-2
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61131-2
Mechanical Operating Parameters
Parameters:
Value
Reference
Free Falls
Withstanding Test
Height of fall (units within packing):
1m
DIN EN 60068-2-32
Vibration resistance
0.5 g constant acceleration for
continuous operation, all 3 spatial
axes
Technical data of
the LCD display
Shock resistance
3 g occasionally, all 3 spatial axes
Technical data of
the LCD display
Protective system
IP 65
EN 60529
Electrical Safety Operating Parameters
Parameters:
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Value
Reference
Category of
protection
III
DIN EN 61131-2
Overvoltage
Category
II
DIN EN 50178
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EMC - Emitted Interference Operating Parameters
Parameters:
Value
Housing
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Frequency band 30 MHz to 230
MHz, limit 30 dB (µV/m) at 10
m distance
Frequency band 230 MHz to
1000 MHz, limit 37 dB (µV/m)
at 10 m distance (class B)
Reference
DIN EN 50081-1
DIN EN 50081-2
DIN EN 55011
EMC - Immunity to Interference Operating Parameters
Interference Immunity: Enclosure
Parameters:
Value
Reference
Electromagnetic RF
field, amplitude
modulated
Frequency band 27 -1000 MHz;
test signal strength 10 V/m
AM 80 % with 1 kHz
Criterion A
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61000-4-3
Magnetic Field with
Mains Frequency
50 Hz
30 A/m
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61000-4-8
ESD
Discharge through air:
Test peak voltage 15 kV (Humidity
Rating RH-2 / ESD-4)
Contact discharge:
Test peak voltage 4 kV
(severity level 2)
Criterion A
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61000-4-2
Interference Immunity: Signal Ports
Parameters:
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Value
Reference
Asymmetric RF,
amplitude-modulated
Frequency 0.15 - 80 MHz
Test voltage 10 V
AM 80 % with 1 kHz
Source impedance 150 Ω
Criterion A
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61000-4-6
Burst (fast transients)
Test voltage 1 kV
tr/tn 5/50 ns
Repetition rate 5 Hz
Criterion A
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61131-2
DIN EN 61000-4-4
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5 Physical Dimensions
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Physical Dimensions
Fig. 6: Physical Dimensions of the LCD 54
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Technical Data
General and Mechanical Specification
Height
241 mm
Width
106 mm
Depth
40 mm
Screen Size
62 mm x 25 mm
Number of lines
4
Number of characters per line
16
Character height
4.74 mm
Load
app. 413 g
Keys
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8 function keys
15 entry keys
Touch pad pannel:
Lifetime of the keys
> 1 Mio. operations
Switching pressure
3N
Contact areas
Gold-coated snap connections
Cable:
Cable length
3 m (shielded)
Cable material
LIYCY 6 x 0.25 mm² and 4 x 0.5 mm²
Colour of the cable / special
features
RAL 7032, apt for drag chains
Electrical Specification
Power supply
DC 24 V (12 V... 30 V) via the 15-pin user
interface cable
Siehe hierzu “Note!”
Power consumption
– max. 400 mA
– 325 mA at 24 V and 20 °C
Display
LCD FSTN smartfluid technology with
background lighting
Contrast
Dependent on the temperature, it will be
compensated automatically.
Interfaces
15-pin SUB-D connectors: RS422
Emergency Stop Relay:
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Nominal voltage
max. AC/DC 25 V
Continuous rated current
max. 100 mA
Actuating force
max. 10 N
Mechanical stop resistance
> 100 N
Lifetime
> 1.5 x 100000 switching voltage
Chatter time
10 ms
Contact system
Snap-action contact, 2 NCCs (automatic
disconnection)
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Note!
Disconnection from the power supply leads to a reset of the LCD 54 user
interface.
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Display and Key Functions
The function keys are user-programmable.. They are used to display masks and/or
activate control functions.
Flag Assignment of Keys
Flag
Key
Flag
2201
2161
2202
2162
2203
2163
2204
2164
2216
2165
2215
2166
2207
Permissive key
left
2167
2208
Permissive key
right
2168
2218
2169
2217
2220
2219
2222
Key
2160
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Note!
Extensive information on the use of the monitor mode for configuring the registers
and flags can be taken from the operator’s instruction of the NANO-A, the NANOB, NANO-C, DELTA or of any other controller that is being used.
Important!
In order to avoid malfunctions and damage of the device,
the monitor mode must be inaccessible during the operation of the
LCD. The state of the PROCESS-PLC can be changed in the monitor
mode. This way, it is possible, for example, to set outputs or to write
into flags and registers during operation.
Note!
Please mind the characteristic feature of your PROCESS-PLC, which occurs in
the battery-buffered flag range of the keypad:
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The flags assigned to the keys are not automatically reset when the LCD 54 is
switched on.
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When the LCD 54 is switched off while pressing a function key, the respective
flag is set in the PROCESS-PLC when the LCD 54 is switched on again. This
applies whether the respective key is pressed or not.
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In order to reset the flags assigned to the keys you can use e.g. the instruction
at the beginning of a SYMPAS program
CLEAR_FLAGS [2201 to 2222].
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Only use flags, e.g. in a SYMPAS program, that are not assigned to the
reserved flags of the LCD 54 keys.
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The F5 and the F6 key can only be used, if the monitor mode of the respective
controller has been deactivated.
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Appendices
Verzeichnis
Anhang
Appendices
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Appendices
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Appendices Appendix A: Glossary
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Baud rate
1 Baud = 1 signal change per second. The baud rate is
the number of signal changes that occur in one second,
not the number of bits per second transmitted.
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Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC)
Definition according to the EMC regulations: "EMC is
the ability of a device to function in a satisfactory way in
electromagnetic surroundings without causing
electromagnetic disturbances itself, which would be
unbearable for other devices in these surroundings."
Flag
1 bit storage position for intermediate results which are
required for linkage purposes.
The state of the bit is either 0 or 1.
monitor mode
With the help of this function, registers, I/Os etc. can be
monitored and changed during operation.
NANO-A, NANO-B,
NANO-C
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pcom5
Communication protocol of Jetter AG
Process
A program or a part of it. A related sequence of steps
carried out by program.
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Advanced control system of the JETTER AG in contrast
to the conventional programmable logic controller.
Register
A high-speed memory for a group of bits placed in a
microprocessor or in another electronic device where
data can be buffered for a specific purpose. On JETTER
controllers, usually, these are 24 bit wide storage
positions in a remanent RAM.
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Appendices
Appendix B: List of Abbreviations
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DC
Direct Current: Direct current
DIN
Deutsches Institut für Normung = German Industry Standard
EMC
Electro Magnetic Compatibility
FSTN
Film Super Twisted Nematic
Gnd
Ground: Ground
Hz
Hertz
I/O
Input/Output: "Input/Output"
IEC
International Electrotechnical Commission: "International
Electrotechnical Commission"
IP
International Protection
LC
Liquid Crystal: "Liquid Crystal"
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display: "Liquid Crystal Display"
LED
Light-Emitting Diode: "Light-emitting diode"
NN
Normal Null = Sea Level
PE
Protective Earth
RDA
Receive Data A: The first differential channel of the RS 422
interface
RDB
Receive Data B: The second differential channel of the
RS 422 interface
RS 232
An accepted industry standard for serial data
transmission.RS: Recommended StandardFor line lengths
under 15 m. No differential evaluation. Transmitting and
receiving on different lines.
RS 422
For line lengths over 15 m. Two differential evaluations each.
Transmitting and receiving on different lines.
RXD
Receive (RX) Data: "Receive Data"A line used to carry
received serial data from one device to another.
SDA
Send Data A: The first differential channel of the RS 422
interface
SDB
Send Data B: The second differential channel of the RS 422
interface
PLC
Programmable Logic Controller
SUB-D
Type designation of connectors
TXD
Transmit (TX) Data: "Transmit data"
A line used to transmit received serial data from one device to
another; e.g. from a computer to a modem.
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Appendix C: List of Illustrations
Fig. 1:
Fig. 2:
Fig. 3:
Fig. 4:
Fig. 5:
Fig. 6:
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Shielding in conformity with the EMC standards
Example: Connection of LCD 54 with
PROCESS-PLC NANO-B
Emergency Stop of the LCD 54
Flow Chart: LCD Parameterizing
PIN Assignment of the Connection Cables
for More than One LCD User Interfaces
Physical Dimensions of the LCD 54
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Appendices
Appendix D: Index
D
Decommissioning and Disposing
DELTA
Disposal
O
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E
Emergency Stop of the LCD 54
Operating Parameters
Electrical Safety
EMC - Emitted Interference
EMC - Immunity to Interference
Environment
Mechanics
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P
F
Flag
pcom5 protocol
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23, 24
R
I
Register
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Information signs and labels
Residual dangers
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Installation Steps
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S
M
Scope of Delivery
12
Maintenance
7
Malfunctions
9
Shielding in conformity with
the EMC standards
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Metallised Connectors
10
Metallised Housing
10
Modifications and Alterations
9
monitor mode
16
Mounting Accessories
12
Multi-Display Mode
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N
NANO-B
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Symbols
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T
Troubleshooting
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U
Usage as agreed upon
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Usage other than agreed upon
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Fax:
E-mail:
Jetter AG
+49 3677 2000-54
+49 3677 2000-55
[email protected]
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Phone:
+49 6036 3175
E-mail:
[email protected]
+31 344654-944
+31 344654-932
[email protected]
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