Hardware Manual

Original Setup and Operating Manual 2.01 – May 2015
neMESYS OEM
Hardware Manual
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Software License
The software and the supplied documentation are copyrighted material. By
installing the software you accept the terms of the licensing agreement.
License Agreement
cetoni GmbH grants the buyer the simple, non-exclusive and non-transferrable
right to use the software on a single computer or networked computer system
(LAN). Copying or any other duplication of the entire software or parts thereof or
mixing and connecting it with other software products is expressly prohibited.
For backup purposes the buyer may create a single copy of the software. Cetoni
GmbH reserves the right to alter, develop, improve or replace the software.
Cetoni is not obligated to inform the buyer with respect to modifications, new
developments or improvements or to supply them to him. Cetoni does not
legally warrant any particular software properties. Cetoni is not liable for any
damage, unless it is caused willfully or due to gross negligence on the part of
cetoni GmbH or its agents. Any liability for indirect, incidental or consequential
damage is excluded.
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cetoni GmbH
Wiesenring 6
D- 07554 Korbussen
Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 36602 338-0
Fax: +49 (0) 36602 338-11
E-Mail:
info@cetoni.de
Internet:
www.cetoni.de
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1. Overviews and Indexes
1.1. Content
1. Overviews and Indexes ................................................................... 5
1.1.
Content .................................................................................................... 5
1.2.
Revision History ....................................................................................... 8
2. Introduction ................................................................................... 9
2.1.
Preface ..................................................................................................... 9
2.2.
Symbols and Keywords............................................................................ 9
3. Basic Information ......................................................................... 10
3.1.
Standards and Guidelines ...................................................................... 10
3.2.
Intended Use ......................................................................................... 10
3.2.1. General Description of the Component ................................................ 10
3.2.2. Proper Use ............................................................................................. 11
3.2.3. Reasonably foreseeable Misuse ............................................................ 11
3.2.4. Safety Measures .................................................................................... 11
3.2.5. Measures for safe Setup ....................................................................... 13
3.2.6. Safe Operation Measures...................................................................... 13
3.2.7. Condition of Devices ............................................................................. 14
3.3.
Warranty and Liability ........................................................................... 14
4. Technical Data .............................................................................. 16
4.1.
Performance Data ................................................................................. 16
4.2.
Dimensional Drawing of Pump .............................................................. 18
4.3.
Standard Valve ...................................................................................... 19
4.4.
Dimensional Drawing of Valve .............................................................. 19
4.5.
Dosing Performance .............................................................................. 20
5. Transport and Storage .................................................................. 21
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5.1.
Transport ............................................................................................... 21
5.2.
Maintenance and Care .......................................................................... 21
6. Hardware Operation .................................................................... 22
6.1.
Installing a Syringe................................................................................. 22
6.2.
Fluidic / Valve ........................................................................................ 25
6.3.
Removing Valves ................................................................................... 27
7. Electrical Interfaces ...................................................................... 29
7.1.
Overview ............................................................................................... 29
7.2.
Power Supply (J1 / J2) ........................................................................... 30
7.2.1. Pin Assignment ...................................................................................... 30
7.2.2. Technical Data ....................................................................................... 30
7.3.
CAN Interface (J3 / J4) ........................................................................... 32
7.3.1. Pin Assignment ...................................................................................... 32
7.3.2. Technical Data ....................................................................................... 32
7.3.3. Connecting neMESYS to CAN bus line CiA DS-102 ................................ 32
7.4.
RS-232 Connection (J5) ......................................................................... 33
7.4.1. Pin Assignment ...................................................................................... 33
7.4.2. Technical Data ....................................................................................... 33
7.4.3. Connecting neMESYS to a PC ................................................................ 34
7.5.
Signal Connection (J6) ........................................................................... 35
7.5.1. Pin Assignment ...................................................................................... 35
7.5.2. Analog Input 1 and 2 (Pin 1 and 2) ........................................................ 36
7.5.3. Digital Inputs 1 and 2 (Pin 3 and 4) ....................................................... 36
7.5.4. Digital Input 7 (Pin 5)............................................................................. 38
7.5.5. Digital Output 1 and 2 (Pin 6 and 7) ...................................................... 39
7.5.6. Digital Output 5 ..................................................................................... 41
7.6.
CAN-Bus Termination ............................................................................ 43
7.7.
Switching the integrated Valve ............................................................. 43
8. Cable Set ...................................................................................... 45
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8.1.
Power Cable .......................................................................................... 45
8.2.
Power Connection cable ....................................................................... 45
8.3.
CAN Cable (terminated DSub socket) ................................................... 46
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8.4.
CAN Cable (DSub plug) .......................................................................... 47
8.5.
CAN Connection Cable........................................................................... 47
8.6.
CAN Terminator ..................................................................................... 48
8.7.
RS232 Cable (DSub socket) .................................................................... 49
8.8.
USB-to-CAN Adapter ............................................................................. 49
9. Setup & Cable Connection ............................................................ 51
9.1.
Mechanical Setup .................................................................................. 51
9.2.
Introduction to Cable Connection ......................................................... 51
9.3.
Step 1 – Connecting the Power Cable ................................................... 51
9.4.
Step 2 – Data Connection ...................................................................... 52
9.4.1. Introduction........................................................................................... 52
9.4.2. Data Connection through CAN .............................................................. 52
9.4.3. Data Connection through RS232 ........................................................... 53
9.5.
Step 3 – Power Supply of additional Modules ...................................... 53
9.6.
Step 4 – Data Connection to additional Modules ................................. 53
9.7.
Step 5 – CAN Bus Termination .............................................................. 53
10. Disposal ...................................................................................... 55
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1.2. Revision History
Rev
Date
Modification
1.03
17.08.2010

Creation of Manual
2.00
09.01.2015

Revision for new Hardware
2.01
30.03.2015

RS232 cable modified (DSub jack instead of plug)

Added logic table for valve switching
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2. Introduction
2.1. Preface
Thank you for purchasing a cetoni product. With this manual we would like to
support you in using the device. For additional questions or comments please
feel free to contact us directly.
2.2. Symbols and Keywords
This manual uses the following symbols, intended to help you navigate the
document:
TIP
User tips and useful information to simplify the use of the software.
IMPORTANT
Important information and additional, particularly useful information.
This symbol does not refer to dangerous or hazardous situations.
CAUTION
This symbol signifies a potentially hazardous situation. Failing to avoid it
may cause damage to the product or its environment.
WARNING
This symbol signifies a potentially dangerous situation. Failing to avoid
it may cause light or insignificant injury or material damage.
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3. Basic Information
3.1. Standards and Guidelines
neMESYS OEM-modules conform to the basic health and safety requirements
stipulated by the 2006/42/EC machine directive. The modules are incomplete
machines according to the 2006/42/EC machine directive and intended for
installation into a machine. According to the directive they do not bear the CE
mark.
Integrating the modules into a machine may cause additional risks. It is
imperative that you conduct a risk evaluation of your machine with the
integrated modules and take any safety measures necessary.
IMPORTANT
Please note that you may not use neMESYS OEM-modules until the
machine or plant into which the modules are integrated complies with
the 2006/42/EC machine directive and the declaration of conformity in
attachment II A has been issued.
3.2. Intended Use
3.2.1. General Description of the Component
neMESYS devices are syringe pumps. They enable emptying and filling of syringes
through a linear relative movement between a syringe holder and a piston
holder.
The OEM-module is not a complete machine as defined by the machine directive,
but an incomplete machine intended for installation into another machine or
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plant. Please refer to the information provided in chapter 9 of this manual with
respect to installation and cable connection.
3.2.2. Proper Use
The neMESYS syringe pump system is intended for high-precision and pulsationfree dosing of fluids in a range from nanoliters to milliliters per second.
Depending on the device being used, pressures in excess of several hundred bar
may be reached. The devices are typically used in a lab-like environment.
3.2.3. Reasonably foreseeable Misuse
Using the devices in applications other than the ones intended for them may
create dangerous situations and must be avoided.
WARNING
The devices must not be used as medical devices or for medical
purposes.
3.2.4. Safety Measures
Operator safety and failure-free operation of the devices can only be guaranteed
when using original equipment parts. Only original accessories may be used.
Warranty claims are void if damage was caused by using third-party equipment
or third-party material.
The devices were developed and designed in such way as to largely rule out
dangers, if used properly. Nevertheless, you should observe the following safety
measures to rule out any residual danger.
 cetoni GmbH would like to point out the operator’s responsibilities when
using the device. Local laws and regulations relevant to using this device must
be observed. In the interest of a safe work process the operator and user of
the device is responsible for observing all relevant laws and regulations.
 The devices must not be used as medical products or for medical purposes.
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 The device is designed and approved for operation in systems governed by
article 4 section 3 or the pressurized devices directive 2014/68/EU. This
means that he devices may not exceed a maximum volume of 1 liter. When
using group 1 fluids according to article 13 of the pressurized systems
directive 2014/68/EU, the maximum allowable system pressure is 200 bar. It
is 1000 bar for group 2 fluids. If the “Technical Data” section stipulates
different product-specific maximum pressure values, such values must be
observed. Particular attention must be paid to not exceeding the pressure
range of the respective sensor. The information provided in the “Technical
Data” section with respect to the maximum operating temperature must be
observed. cetoni GmbH is not liable for potential impacts caused by the user
extending the system with peripheral devices in a way that causes one or both
of these values to be exceeded. The operator is responsible for becoming
acquainted with the aforementioned pressurized systems directive and
observing applicable stipulations.
 Before each operation of the device the user has to ensure that the device is
functioning safely and is in proper condition.
 The user must be familiar with the operation of the device and the software.
 Before starting operation, the devices and wiring must be checked for
damage. Damaged wires and plugs must be replaced immediately.
 Cables must be routed in such way as to rule out any trip hazards.
 Do not touch moving parts on the devices during operation. There is a risk of
crushing.
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 Operating the devices in an explosive environment or with explosive
substances is prohibited!
 Make sure to wear safety goggles during installation work on the device or
when you work with corrosive, hot or otherwise dangerous substances.
 Transport, storage or operation at temperatures below 0°C with water in the
fluid channels may cause damage to the devices.
3.2.5. Measures for safe Setup

Mechanical and electrical installation of pumps may only be done by skilled
personnel.

Make sure that all devices are installed in line with local laws and regulations.

Please note that, principally, the OEM-pumps cannot be considered fail-safe.
You have to ensure that a failing pump will not cause damage to your
application by employing suitable safety and monitoring measures.

Please note that you are not authorized to repair cetoni devices or
components.

Make sure that the power supply is not active and cannot be activated while
conducting installation or wiring work on the devices.
3.2.6. Safe Operation Measures
3.2.6.1 Electromagnetic Emissions
The neMESYS syringe pump system is designed for usage in any facility directly
connected to a public supply network that also supplies buildings used for
residential purposes.
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3.2.6.2 ESD-Discharge
Floors should be wood or concrete or covered with ceramic tiles. If floors are
covered with synthetic material, relative air humidity must be at least 30%.
3.2.6.3 Electrical Disturbances
Supply voltage quality should be equal to a typical business or hospital
environment.
3.2.6.4 Magnetic Disturbances
Power lines, including those of other devices, should not be placed near the
device or its cables. Mobile two-way radios should be kept at the minimum safe
distance from the device and its wiring.
3.2.7. Condition of Devices
Despite flawless workmanship, the devices may be damaged during operation.
Therefore, you should visually inspect the device components mentioned before
each use. Pay particular attention to crushed cables, damaged hoses and
deformed plugs. If you find any damage, please refrain from using the devices
and contact cetoni GmbH immediately. We will repair your devices as soon as
possible. Never attempt to repair a device yourself.
3.3. Warranty and Liability
The devices left our facilities in perfect condition and may only be opened by
cetoni GmbH. If a device is opened by an unauthorized person, all warranty and
liability claims shall be void, in particular those referring to personal injury.
The warranty period is 1 year from the day of delivery. Any work done on the
devices within this period shall not extend or renew the warranty.
cetoni GmbH assumes responsibility for its devices with respect to safety,
reliability and function only if installation, readjustment, changes, extensions and
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repairs are done by cetoni GmbH or an authorized party, and if the devices are
used in accordance with the user manual.
The neMESYS syringe pump system complies with the applicable safety rules and
standards. cetoni GmbH reserves all property rights for the relevant wiring,
processes, names, software and devices.
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4. Technical Data
4.1. Performance Data
Electrical Data
Supply voltage VCC (ripple < 10%)
24 VDC
Peak current draw at 24 VDC
0.6 A
Typical current draw at 24 VDC
0.3 A
Inputs
Analog input 1 (AI1)
resolution 11-bit 0 ... +5 V (Ri = 34 kΩ)
Analog input 2 (AI2)
resolution 11-bit 0 ... +5 V (Ri = 34 kΩ)
Digital input 1 (DI1)
+3 … +36 VDC (Ri = 12 kΩ)
Digital input 2 (DI2)
+3 … +36 VDC (Ri = 12 kΩ)
Digital input 3 (DI7)
+3 … +36 VDC (Ri = 12 kΩ)
Outputs
Digital output 1 (DO1)
open collector, max. 36 VDC (IL < 50 mA)
Digital output 2 (DO2)
open collector, max. 36 VDC (IL < 50 mA)
Digital output 3 (DO5)
push pull, max. 36 VDC (IL < 10 mA)
Interfaces
CAN
CAN_H (high); CAN_L (low)
RS232
RxD; TxD
max. 1 Mbit / s (standard 1 Mbit / s)
max. 115200 bit / s (115200 bit / s)
Mechanical Data
Weight
Dimensions (L x W x H)
Attachments
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approx. 1100 g
310 x 47 x 130 mm
M3 screws
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Ambient Conditions
Operating Temperature
-10 … +45°C
Storage Temperature
-40 … +85°C
Air Humidity
Non-condensing 20 … 80 %
Sound power level
< 70 dB(A)
Connections
Power
on device: two-row pin connector (2-pole type) Molex Mini Fit Jr
supply
plug connector: two-row socket (2-pole type)
Molex Mini-Fit Jr. 39-01-2020
crimp contacts: crimp socket Molex Mini-Fit Jr.TM 444-76-1111 (AWG 18-24)
CAN
on device: 3-pole plug JST XARR-03V
plug connector: 3-pole socket JST XAP-03V-1
RS232
on device: 4-pole plug JST XARR-04V
plug connector: 4-pole socket JST XAP-04V-1
Signal
on device: 12-pole plug JST XARR-12V
plug connector: 12-pole socket JST XAP-12V-1
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4.2. Dimensional Drawing of Pump
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4.3. Standard Valve
Valve
Housing material
PEEK
Sealing material
FFKM (perfluoroelastomer)
Media temperature
0 to +50°C
Max. viscosity
21 mm²/s
Internal volume
approx. 45 µl
Max. pressure
3 bar
Rated width
0.6 mm
Fluidic connections
¼“ – 28 UNF
4.4. Dimensional Drawing of Valve
syringe
seals
output (normally open)
PEEK
input (normally closed)
CAUTION
There is a danger of damaging the housing or sealing material.
Before using the valve for the first time, please check the chemical
compatibility of the media you want to use with the PEEK housing
material and the FFKM (perfluoroelastomer) sealing material.
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4.5. Dosing Performance
The following table provides an overview of the minimum and maximum dosing
speeds of the various gear configurations as well as the resulting flow rates,
using the example of a 1ml syringe with a 60 mm stroke.
Speeds and flow rates lower than those referred to as pulsation-free, will cause
dosing precision to decrease slowly.
Gear
Min. speed [µm/s]
Min. pulsation-free speed [µm/s]
Max. speed [mm/s]
1 ml syringe
with 60 mm
stroke
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Min. flow [µl/min]
Min. pulsation-free flow [µl/min]
Max. flow [ml/min]
w/o
14:1
29:1
0.065
0.065
0.065
14.648
1.042
0.502
89
6.33
3.06
0.065
0.065
0.065
14.648
1.042
0.502
89
6.33
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5. Transport and Storage
5.1. Transport
Please do not lift or transport the modules in assembled state. Transport in
assembled condition is only permitted in the original packaging.
Only use the original packaging for transport and shipping.
CAUTION
There is a danger of damaging the device!
Do not transport the modules in assembled condition.
5.2. Maintenance and Care
When used properly the device is maintenance-free. Should you encounter
problems that you cannot fix yourself or which require opening the device,
please contact cetoni GmbH to discuss further actions. The device may only be
opened by cetoni GmbH or authorized service staff. Violating this rule will void
the warranty.
Wipe the device with a moist (not wet) cloth, so that no liquid can drip into the
device. In case of heavy soiling you may use a small amount of detergent or
alcohol.
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6. Hardware Operation
6.1. Installing a Syringe
The syringe holder on neMESYS modules allows the use of syringes with outside
diameters of 6 to 30 mm and a maximum piston stroke of 65 mm.
IMPORTANT
Use high-quality glass syringes with outside diameters of 6 to 30 mm to
guarantee precise flow rates.
Before mounting a syringe on the neMESYS module it needs to be configured
and selected in the software. The relevant procedure is described in the software
manual. You will need the volume (scale volume), the rated stroke (scale length)
and the piston stroke, which may be different from the scale length.
Scale Length
Scale Volume
Piston Stroke
Follow this procedure to mount a syringe on the module:
Loosen the knurled screw at the syringe holder. You can now slide the bracket
out of the pins and lift it up.
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Loosen the knurled screw of the piston holder and remove the adapter plate.
You can now also lift up the clamping piece.
To utilize the entire syringe volume, move the piston holder to its maximum
forward position through the software. Place an empty syringe onto the
remaining base of the syringe holder in such way that the piston touches the
piston holder.
The syringe position can be varied somewhat by shifting the piston holder. To do
that, loosen the screw with a 4mm Allen wrench.
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CAUTION
To avoid damage make sure that the remaining syringe stroke is always
the same as or larger than that of the module.
Screw
Now reinsert the bracket of the syringe holder, place it on top of the pins and fix
the syringe in position using the large knurled screw.
Put the clamping piece back on and insert the adapter plate matching the piston
diameter in such way that the piston head sits between the piston holder and
the adapter plate.
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The piston is fixed in position by slightly tightening the knurled screw in the back.
Make sure that syringe and syringe piston are straight and lined up.
IMPORTANT
Syringes, and seals in particular, are wear and tear parts. Please check
them on a regular basis and replace them if necessary.
6.2. Fluidic / Valve
The neMESYS module can be fitted with an optional valve. This valve allows you
to switch the syringe connector between your application (outlet) and a reservoir
(intake), thereby enabling automatic refilling of the syringe. You can use the
software to adjust the valve is such way that it switches to the inlet automatically
during filling.
The three connection points are fitted with a ¼“-28 UNF thread and allow the
use of regular HPLC fittings.
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Intake
(normally
closed)
Outlet
(normally
open)
Syringe
connector
A rocker inside the valve (green) connects the syringe connector (1) to the outlet
(2) or the intake (3). In the following image the syringe is connected to the outlet
(2), while the intake (red) is closed.
A FFKM membrane (shaded green area) connected to the rocker seals off the
fluidic flow. The membrane also limits the valve’s operating pressure to 3 bar.
2
1
3
CAUTION
Please observe the maximum operating pressure of 3 bar to avoid
damage to the standard valve.
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CAUTION
Before using the valve please check the chemical resistance of the PEEK
housing material and the FFKM (perfluoroelastomer) sealing material
with respect to the fluid you are planning to dose in your application.
6.3. Removing Valves
The valve can be removed from the device in a few easy steps. This simplifies the
connection of hoses and cleaning, while also enabling you to operate the device
without a valve, when not needed.
To remove the valve, push the rocker at the plug and pull it off. When replacing it
later on, please make sure to face the plug in the correct direction. The white
area should face the valve, while the rocker should point away from the valve.
CAUTION
Please observe the correct placement of the valve plug. The white area
should face the valve, while the rocker should point away from the
valve.
Rocker
You can then simply lift the valve to remove it.
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7. Electrical Interfaces
7.1. Overview
All interfaces for connecting the device to a power supply, a PC or an external
controller are located on the bottom of the device (figure 1). The following
interfaces are available:
J1
J2
J3
J4
J5
J7
J6
Figure 1 – Electrical Interfaces
Connector
Interface
J1 / J2
Power supply 24VDC In / Out
J3 / J4
CAN interfaces In / Out
J5
RS232 interface
J6
I/O signal interface
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J7
Shield connection
7.2. Power Supply (J1 / J2)
7.2.1. Pin Assignment
Pin No.
Signal
Description
1
Ground
Grounding of supply voltage
2
+Vcc
Supply voltage +24 VDC
7.2.2. Technical Data
Any power supply can be used, as long as it complies with the following
requirements:
Power supply requirements
Output voltage
24 VDC
Output current
Depends on power load and number of modules
Typical current draw of one module: 0.3 A
Surge current draw of one module: 0.6 A
Information regarding contacts
Plug
Molex mini-Fit Jr.TM 2-pole type (39-01-2020)
connectors
Crimp contacts
Molex mini-Fit Jr.TM crimp socket (444-76-1111)
Crimp tool
Molex crimp tool (69008-0724)
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7.3. CAN Interface (J3 / J4)
7.3.1. Pin Assignment
Pin no. Signal
Description
1
CAN_H
CAN high bus line
2
CAN_L
CAN low bus line
3
CAN_GND
CAN ground
7.3.2. Technical Data
Standard type
CAN high-speed, ISO 11898 compatible
Maximum bit rate
1 Mbit/s
Protocol
CANopen DS-301, DS-402
Node ID
Software
7.3.3. Connecting neMESYS to CAN bus line CiA DS-102
neMAXYS
CAN 9 Pin D-Sub (DIN41652)
Pin 1 “CAN_H”
Pin 7 “CAN_H” high bus line
Pin 2 “CAN_L”
Pin 2 “CAN_L” low bus line
Pin 3 “CAN_GND”
Pin 3 “CAN_GND” ground
Housing “CAN_Shield”
Pin 5 “CAN_Shield” cable shield
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IMPORTANT

Please observe the maximum Baud rate of your CAN master

The standard Baud rate at the time of shipping is 1 Mbit/s

The CAN bus must be terminated with 2 termination resistors
(see section 7.6 on CAN bus termination)
7.4. RS-232 Connection (J5)
Figure 2 - RS232 connection (J2)
7.4.1. Pin Assignment
Pin no.
Signal
Description
1
neMESYS TxD
neMESYS RS232 send
2
neMESYS RxD
neMESYS RS232 receive
3
GND
RS232 ground
4
Shield
RS232 shield
7.4.2. Technical Data
Maximum input voltage
± 30 V
Output voltage
typically ± 9 V @ 3k grounded
Maximum bit rate
115200 bit/s (standard 38 400 bit/s)
Internal RS232 driver/receiver
EIA RS232 Standard
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7.4.3. Connecting neMESYS to a PC
neMESYS RS-232 (JST)
PC RS-232 (DSUB)
Pin 1 “neMESYS TxD”
Pin 2 “PC RxD”
Pin 2 “neMESYS RxD”
Pin 3 “PC TxD”
Pin 3 “GND”
Pin 5 “GND”
IMPORTANT
Please observe the maximum Baud rate of the RS232 interface on your
PC or micro controller. The standard Baud rate setting is 115200 bit/s.
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7.5. Signal Connection (J6)
Figure 3 – Signal interface (J1)
“Multi-purpose” digital I/Os and analog inputs are available
7.5.1. Pin Assignment
Pin no. Signal
Description
1
AnIN 1
Analog input 1 (0 – 5V)
2
AnIN 2
Analog input 2 (0 – 5V)
3
DigIN 1
Digital input 1 “multi-purpose”
4
DigIN 2
Digital input 2 “multi-purpose”
5
DigIN 7
Digital input 7 “multi-purpose”
6
DigOUT 1
Digital output 1 “multi-purpose” / valve voltage
7
DigOUT 2
Digital output 2 “multi-purpose” / valve switching
8
DigOUT 5
Digital output 5 “multi-purpose”
9
GND
Digital signal ground
10
+24 VDC
Auxiliary voltage 24 VDC
11
+5 VDC
Auxiliary voltage output 5 VDC
12
AGND
Analog signal ground
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7.5.2. Analog Input 1 and 2 (Pin 1 and 2)
As a standard, analog inputs are defined as “general purpose” and can be
configured through the software.
AnIN1
Pin [1]
AnIN2
Pin [2]
A_Gnd
Pin [12]
Input voltage range
0 ... 5 VDC
Max. input voltage
0 … 10 VDC
Input resistance
typically 34 k against A_GND [12]
A/D converter
11-bit
Resolution
2.49 mV
Bandwidth
250 Hz
Figure 4 – Analog input 1 and 2
7.5.3. Digital Inputs 1 and 2 (Pin 3 and 4)
“Multi-purpose” inputs can be freely configured and utilized by the user.
DigIN1
Pin [3]
DigIN2
Pin [4]
GND
Pin [9]
Type of input
Single ended
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Input voltage
0 ... 36VDC
Max. input voltage
-36 ... +36 VDC
Level 0
typically < 0.8 VDC
Level 1
typically > 2.0 VDC
Input resistance
typically 8 k
Input current at level 1
typically 270 µA @ 5 VDC
Switching delay
< 300µs
Figure 5 – Digital input 1 and 2
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7.5.4. Digital Input 7 (Pin 5)
“Multi-purpose” inputs can be freely configured and utilized by the user.
DigIN7
Pin [5]
GND
Pin [1]
Input voltage
0 ... 5VDC
Max. input voltage
-7.5 … + 12.5 VDC
Level 0
typically < 0.8 VDC
Level 1
typically > 2.0 VDC
Input resistance
typically 20 k against GND
Max. input frequency
2.5 MHz
Figure 6 – Digital input 7 “single-ended”
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7.5.5. Digital Output 1 and 2 (Pin 6 and 7)
7.5.5.1 Specification
Outputs 1 and 2 are used for switching the valve. When the valve is not used the
outputs may be free configured and utilized by the user.
DigOUT1
Pin [6]
DigOUT2
Pin [7]
AGND
Pin [12]
Circuit
Open Collector (internal pull-up resistor 2k2 and
diode to +5 VDC)
Switching delay
<3 µs
Figure 7 – Digital output 1 and 2
7.5.5.2 Wiring Examples
DigOUT “Drain”
Maximum input voltage
+36 VDC
Maximum load current
50 mA
Maximum voltage drop
<1.0 V @ 50 mA
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Figure 8 – Digital output 1 and 2 wiring example “drain”
DigOUT “Source”
Output voltage
Uout  5V – 0.75V – (Iload x 2200 )
Maximum load current
Iload  2 mA
Figure 9 – Digital output 1 wiring example “source”
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7.5.6. Digital Output 5
This output is defined as “high speed” and may be freely configured by the user.
7.5.6.1 Specification
DigOUT5
Pin [8]
GND
Pin [9]
Circuit
Push-pull stage
Switching delay
<10 ns
Figure 10 – Digital output 5
7.5.6.2 Wiring Examples
DigOUT “Drain”
Maximum input voltage
Uin 3.3 VDC
Maximum load current
Imax  24 mA
Maximum voltage drop
Udrop <0.55 V + (Imax x 100 )
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Figure 11 – Digital output 5 “drain”
DigOUT “source”
Output voltage
Uout  3.3V – 0.75V – (Iload x 100 )
Maximal load current
Iload  24 mA
Figure 12 – Digital output 5 wiring examples “source”
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7.6. CAN-Bus Termination
The CAN-Bus must be terminated on both ends with a 120 Ω termination
resistor.
7.7. Switching the integrated Valve
The integrated valve is switched by digital outputs 1 and 2. Switching of the valve
is done through digital output 2. Digital output 1 can be used to lower the
voltage during the activated state in order to prevent the valve from heating up
due to the coil. The following logic table shows the relevant valve conditions for
all possible signal combinations of digital outputs 1 and 2:
Dig. Out 1
Dig. Out 2
Valve voltage
Valve
Coil
LED
off
off
voltage
less
lowered
bright
Valve state
switching
0
0
0
1
1
0
off
off
1
1
voltage 24V
bright
This means that for switching the valve you set both outputs to 1. This switches
the valve with the maximum switching voltage of 24 V. If you want to prevent
the valve from heating up, switch digital output 1 to 0 after approximately 1
second. This causes the voltage of the coil current to decrease (15 V) and thereby
lessens the heating effect.
To switch the valve to the other direction simply set both outputs to 0.
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After turning the device on, both outputs are set to 0.
IMPORTANT
Activating the coil in the valve for an extended period of time causes the
coil to heat up, which, in case of low flow rates, may warm up the
medium flowing through the valve. Lowering the valve voltage after
switching lessens this heating-up effect.
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8. Cable Set
8.1. Power Cable
Pins A
Signal
Pins B
-
Ground – Power GND
1
+
Supply voltage +24 VDC
2
C
Shield
C
Technical Data
Cable size
2 x 1.5 mm2
Side A
Cable end sleeves 1.5 mm2
Side B
Molex Mini-Fit Jr. 39-01-2020
Molex Mini-Fit Jr. crimp contact socket 444-76-xxxx
8.2. Power Connection cable
Pins A
Signal
Pins B
1
Ground – Power GND
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2
Supply voltage +24 VDC
2
Technical Data
Cable Size
2 x 1.3 mm2
Side A
Molex Mini-Fit Jr. 39-01-2020
Molex Mini-Fit Jr. crimp contact socket 444-76-xxxx
Side B
Molex Mini-Fit Jr. 39-01-2020
Molex Mini-Fit Jr. crimp contact socket 444-76-xxxx
8.3. CAN Cable (terminated DSub socket)
Pins A
Signal
Pins B
Housing
CAN shield
C
3
CAN GND
3
2
CAN low
2
7
CAN high
1
Technical Data
Cable size
3 x 0.125 mm2, twisted pair, shielded
Side A
D-Sub socket DIN 41652, 9-pole type, with attachment
screws, 120 resistor between CAN high (7) and CAN low (2)
Side B
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3-pole socket JST XAP-03V-1
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IMPORTANT
The socket contains a 120 resistor placed between CAN high and CAN
low, acting as a CAN-Bus termination.
8.4. CAN Cable (DSub plug)
Pins A
Signal
Pins B
Housing
CAN shield
C
3
CAN GND
3
2
CAN low
2
7
CAN high
1
Technical Data
Cable size
3 x 0.125 mm2, twisted pair, shielded
Side A
D-Sub plug DIN 41652, 9-pole type, with attachment screws
Side B
3-pole socket JST XAP-03V-1
8.5. CAN Connection Cable
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Pins A
Signal
Pins B
1
CAN high
1
2
CAN low
2
3
CAN GND
3
C
CAN shield
C
Technical Data
Cable size
3 x 0.125 mm2, twisted pair, shielded
Side A
3-pole socket JST XAP-03V-1
Side B
3-pole socket JST XAP-03V-1
8.6. CAN Terminator
Pins A
Signal
Pins B
1
CAN high
1
2
CAN low
2
3
CAN GND
3
Technical Data
Termination
120 resistor between CAN high (1) and CAN low (2)
Plug connector
3-pole socket JST XAP-03V-1
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8.7. RS232 Cable (DSub socket)
Pins A
Signal
Pins B
Housing
Shield
4
5
Ground
3
2
neMESYS TxD
2
3
neMESYS RxD
1
Technical Data
Cable size
3 x 0.125 mm2, twisted pair, shielded
Side A
D-Sub plug DIN 41652, 9-pole type, with attachment screws
Side B
4-pole socket JST XAP-04V-1
8.8. USB-to-CAN Adapter
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Pins A
Signal
Housing
CAN shield
3
CAN GND
2
CAN low
7
CAN high
Technical Data
Cable Size
3 x 0.125 mm2, twisted pair, shielded
Side A
D-Sub plug DIN 41652, 9-pole type, with attachment screws
Side B
USB type A
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9. Setup & Cable Connection
9.1. Mechanical Setup
Use the 4 holes (sunk) at the edges of the module’s base plate (see section 4.2
for the dimensional drawing of the pump) to install the module into the front
plate of your device. Use M3 bolts for attachment.
9.2. Introduction to Cable Connection
Two different cable connections are required for installing neMESYS pumps:
1. Connection of the first module to the power supply and the controller
(PLC, PC)
2. Connecting the power supply and data line from one module to the next.
Follow these steps to connect your devices:
9.3. Step 1 – Connecting the Power Cable
Connect the power cable to the plug connector J1 of your neMESYS OEM
module. Connect the other end of the cable to your power supply (+24 VDC). The
required output current is load-dependent (typical current for one module  0.3
A; surge peak current  0.6 A).
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9.4. Step 2 – Data Connection
9.4.1. Introduction
Data connection to the PC can be established through RS232 or CAN bus. The
cable connection for both connection types is described in the following sections.
Use the section relevant to your type of connection.
9.4.2. Data Connection through CAN
You may choose from two connection options to connect neMESYS modules
through CAN:
 Option 1 – If you use neMEYSYS pumps exclusively and there is no existing
CAN bus or you would like to connect the pumps directly to a PC using
CAN, please connect the CAN cable (terminated DSub socket) to CAN
interface J3 of the first neMESYS OEM module. Then connect the DSub
socket of the cable directly to the respective plug of the USB-to-CAN
adapter.
 Option 2 – If you want to integrate the neMESYS pumps into an existing
CAN bus, please use the CAN cable (DSub plug). Connect the cable to CAN
interface J3 of the first neMESYS OEM module. Then connect the DSub
plug to your existing CAN bus.
IMPORTANT
The CAN cable (terminated DSub socket) already contains a 120 bus
termination resistor to terminate one side of the CAN bus. When using
the CAN cable (DSub plug), you have to establish the termination
yourself (see CAN terminator)
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9.4.3. Data Connection through RS232
Connect the RS232 cable (DSub plug) to RS232 connection J5 of the first
neMESYS OEM module. Connect the 9-pole DSub socket at the other end of the
cable to the respective plug connector of your controller (PC, PLC).
9.5. Step 3 – Power Supply of additional
Modules
Connect the end of the power connection cable to power connector J2 of the
current OEM-module. Connect the other end to power connector J1 of the next
module in your setup. In this way, you can supply power to every additional
module.
9.6. Step 4 – Data Connection to additional
Modules
Use the CAN connection cable to connect the data bus to additional neMESYS
OEM modules. Connect CAN connector J4 of the first module to CAN connector
J3 of the next module. The individual elements of a CAN network should be
arranged electrically in line. Using the CAN connection cables you can route the
internal CAN bus in a line structure from one module to the next.
9.7. Step 5 – CAN Bus Termination
CAN bus lines must be terminated on both ends using a 120 Ohm resistor. You
can do this very simply with the neMESYS OEM CAN termination plug.
If a neMESYS OEM module is the first device in your CAN network, insert the CAN
terminator into CAN connector J3. If you use the CAN cable (terminated DSub
socket), this will not be necessary since the resistor is already integrated into the
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cable’s DSub socket. If a neMESYS OEM module is the last module in your CAN
network, insert the CAN terminator into CAN connector J4 of this module.
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10. Disposal
Please send your old devices back to cetoni GmbH. We will take care of proper
disposal pursuant to the relevant laws and regulations.
Before you send a device back to cetoni, please decontaminate it, if required,
and add a completed contamination declaration to your shipment.
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