120403 User manual Metal Detector BMD5700

120403 User manual Metal Detector BMD5700
BDM5700
User's Manual
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CONTENTS
1
GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................................................ 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
2
SAFETY .......................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
3
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................... 31
OVERVIEW OPERATING LEVELS .............................................................................................................. 32
OPERATING LEVEL 1............................................................................................................................... 34
OPERATING LEVEL 2............................................................................................................................... 36
SETTINGS (5) ......................................................................................................................................... 37
RESET MODE .......................................................................................................................................... 39
MECHANICAL DELAY ............................................................................................................................. 39
DEVICE SETTINGS .................................................................................................................................. 41
DISPLAY CALIBRATION ........................................................................................................................... 43
OPERATING LEVEL QM .......................................................................................................................... 44
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING.......................................................................................................... 48
7.1
7.2
8
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................... 27
TOUCH SCREEN DISPLAY OPERATION ..................................................................................................... 28
ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................................ 31
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
7
INSTALLATION GUIDELINES .................................................................................................................... 16
TIPS FOR SET-UP ..................................................................................................................................... 20
CONNECTION ......................................................................................................................................... 25
OPERATION ................................................................................................................................................ 27
5.1
5.2
6
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................... 12
SAFETY PROCEDURES BEFORE TAKING THE DEVICE INTO OPERATION ..................................................... 12
ACTUATION MANUAL ............................................................................................................................. 13
ASSEMBLY .................................................................................................................................................. 16
4.1
4.2
4.3
5
OPERATION OF THE DEVICE AS PROVIDED ................................................................................................ 7
CONTENTS OF THE OPERATING MANUAL .................................................................................................. 8
MODIFICATIONS AND CONVERSIONS OF THE MACHINE ............................................................................. 8
DUTIES OF THE OPERATING COMPANY ...................................................................................................... 8
DUTIES OF THE PERSONNEL ..................................................................................................................... 9
HAZARDS RELATED TO THIS METAL DETECTION EQUIPMENT: ................................................................. 10
ACTUATION................................................................................................................................................ 12
3.1
3.2
3.3
4
INFORMATION ABOUT THE OPERATING MANUAL....................................................................................... 1
COPYRIGHT.............................................................................................................................................. 1
EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS ..................................................................................................................... 2
WARRANTY AND LIABILITY ...................................................................................................................... 2
TRANSPORT ............................................................................................................................................. 3
INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................................... 3
STORAGE ................................................................................................................................................. 3
DISPOSAL ................................................................................................................................................ 4
OPERATING PRINCIPLE ............................................................................................................................. 4
METAL DETECTION .................................................................................................................................. 4
GENERAL NOTES ON METAL DETECTION ................................................................................................... 5
MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................................................... 48
CLEANING ............................................................................................................................................. 49
ERRORS AND PROBLEMS....................................................................................................................... 50
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................... 50
CONTROL UNIT MESSAGES ..................................................................................................................... 51
SENSOR UNIT MESSAGES ........................................................................................................................ 55
MAINS SUPPLY ....................................................................................................................................... 59
SERVICE ................................................................................................................................................. 60
9
TECHNOLOGY........................................................................................................................................... 61
9.1
9.2
9.3
10
SPARE PARTS ............................................................................................................................................. 66
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
11
TECHNICAL DATA ................................................................................................................................... 61
PLUG CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................................... 62
KEY PLAN .............................................................................................................................................. 64
DANGER DUE TO NON-ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS! ...................................................................................... 66
ELECTRONICS HOUSING AMD07 ........................................................................................................... 67
CI-COIL BA 24 WITH AMD07 ............................................................................................................... 69
DISPLAY COVER FOR DISPLAY UNIT ....................................................................................................... 70
SLIMLINE / C- COIL AMD07 ................................................................................................................. 71
APPENDIX ................................................................................................................................................... 72
11.1
ACCESS CODES ...................................................................................................................................... 72
1
General information
1.1 Information about the operating manual
This operating manual provides you with important information about handling the machine. The
prerequisite for safe working is adherence to all instructions given for safety and action.
Beyond that, the local rules for the prevention of accidents and general safety regulations applicable to
the place of use of the machine must be adhered to.
The operating manual is part of the product; it must be kept near to the machine and must be accessible
to personnel at all times.
1.2 Copyright
The operating manual must be treated confidentially. It is intended exclusive for those persons who deal
with the machine. It is forbidden to give the operating manual to third parties without the written
permission of the manufacturer.
NOTE!
The specifications, texts, drawings, pictures and other representations
contained in the manual are protected by commercial property rights. Any
misuse is punishable by law.
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1.3 Explanation of symbols
The following symbols are used in this operating manual
(all symbols conform to DIN 4844 and/or BGV A 8 standards):
Directive symbols:
Warning symbols:
Hazardous voltage
Danger of injury
to hands
This warning symbol designates
Prohibited for persons fitted
potential hazards. Non-observance of
with a cardiac pacemaker
this symbol can lead to injuries, even to
death.
Warning of harmful or irritant
substances
Mandatory signs:
Take particular care
Switch off before carrying out work
1.4 Warranty and liability
We are liable for defects in the unit manufactured by us in accordance with our terms and conditions of
business. All claims are voided if damage occurs due to improper operation, repairs or interventions by
persons not authorised by the manufacturer or the user, or the use of accessories and spare parts
which not suitable for our unit.
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1.5 Transport
When transporting the machines, you must observe the following points:
When exceeding the country’s legally prescribed maximum weight limits for
people moving goods, lifting devices must be used!
Mount the lifting devices in accordance with the following drawing! (check
your coil type!)
When mounting the eye bolts, please take care that they fit snugly onto the
bearing face. Loads that run diagonal to the ring face are not allowed.
Mounting the lifting devices and transport may only be carried out by trained
and authorised staff!
During transport, the safety regulations in force must be observed!
Mounting the C, CI-Coil, SlimLine
1. Horizontal
2. Vertical
1.6 Installation
Requirements for the place of installation:
Sufficient stability and load-bearing capacity of the substrate
Please consult the manufacturer if the position is not horizontal
1.7 Storage
The place of storage must be free from direct influences of the weather (frost,
wetness, direct exposure to the sun).
Place of storage in dust-free, closed rooms.
Place of storage free from condensed water, acids, alkalis and other corrosive
materials (vapours of these materials)
Storage in the packed condition
The adherence to the storage conditions is to be checked at regular intervals.
In the event of non-adherence to the above conditions, no warranty claims can be
accepted for any technical defects caused by improper storage.
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1.8 Disposal
If no agreement has been reached with regard to the taking back or disposal of the
machine, dismantled components should be recycled following proper dismounting.
Dispose of components according to the applicable laws/regulations of the
user’s
country.
Used substances and materials (greases, oils, cleaning agents or solvents, etc.)
are to be disposed of according to the legal regulations.
1.9 Operating principle
The following shows the simplified principle of a metal search detector, with an example of a conveyor
belt application. The shape and look of your application may differ, but the principle is the same.
a) Metal detector
b) Electromagnetic field
c) Product line
1.10 Metal detection
1.
The seeker head creates and evaluates an electromagnetic field with the help of transmitter and
receiver coils.
2.
If a metal body enters the field, the signal indication display deflects in one direction.
See too chapter Operation
3.
If the metal body leaves the field, the display deflects in the opposite direction.
If both switching thresholds are reached, metal is detected.
If metal is detected, several outputs, depending on your configuration, can be used to query the events:
At least one Relay and a 24V (output A1) are available for your queries.
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1.11 General notes on metal detection
Electro-magnetic short circuits
Certain metal frame constructions in conveyor belt frames (see drawing) and suspensions (e.g. castors,
cross-bars, adaptor plates) can act as an electro-magnetic loop in the vicinity of the metal detector,
affecting the magnetic field of the metal detector. Closed conductive loops must either be welded tight,
or interrupted, e.g. with unilateral isolation.
Example:
a) Conveyor belt frame
b) Conveyor belt motor
c) Isolation
1.
If the crossbar is permanently welded, the electromagnetic effect on the metal detector
remains constant and does not negatively affect the field of the metal detector.
If the crossbar is only bolted, a constantly conducting connection cannot be guaranteed. The
2.
metal detector is negatively affected by the changing conductor loop.
Rollers and moving parts that form a conductor loop must be insulated at one end (see fig. 3.),
in order to interrupt the conductor loop.
Electrostatic discharges
Prevent at all cost electrostatic discharges to the metal detector and surrounding construction
components using the appropriate earthing. Electrostatic discharges can cause false signals and at
worst, destroy the analysis electronics.
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Differences in sensitivity within the outlet opening
Please note, that the detector coil does not create a homogeneous electromagnetic field. As a
consequence, differences in sensitivity occur in the outlet opening. The least sensitive part of the
detector is in the middle of the outlet opening.
Sensitivity distribution taking the example of a
C-coil (1) and a CR-coil (2):
a) Area of highest sensitivity
b) Area of lowest sensitivity
Sensitivity differences of different metal types
Please note, that different metal types influence the electromagnetic field to a different degree. Please
read the metal-type dependent maximum sensitivity degrees in the data sheet.
Position-dependency of the metal parts
Metal detection can be dependent on the position and orientation of the metal part, depending on the
shape of the metal part. The maximum sensitivity values of the data sheet are tested with ball-shaped
test parts.
Generally speaking, all metal parts that have at least the same diameter as the balls used for the datasheet values can be detected with certainty, irrespective of position and orientation.
Testing at regular intervals
Normally, errors of the detector itself are recognized by the self-monitoring system. However it cannot
be excluded that errors may occur which are not detected. Changes in the environment of the detector
(e.g. new machines) can influence the function of the detector.
For this reason, settings and function of the metal detector must be checked at regular intervals with
suitable test equipment.
Environmental and weather influences
The metal detector has to be protected against environmental and weather influences (direct sun, wind,
frost). The detector has to be especially protected from direct or indirect insulation when heating up is
above the allowed temperature. High surface temperatures can lead to false detections and destruction
of the metal detector in the worst case. A suitable protection device must therefore be provided (do not
use metal walls or roofing covers made from metal!).
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Safety
2.1 Operation of the device as provided
The device only serves for detecting metal in flight conveyors. The following products
are excluded:
Those contained in metallic or partially metallic casings.
Electrically conductive products.
Products containing desired metal constituents.
Since these products could possibly disturb the sensitivity of the metal detector, they may only be
examined after consulting the manufacturer beforehand.
This device may not be operated
In areas with explosive hazards (customized version available).
Outside the stated protective system.
Outside the permitted temperature range.
Operating the device in an improper way can lead to damages at the device and
also to injuries or the death of persons.
Any structural change of the device may only be effected after consent and prior inspection of the
manufacturer.
The data provided in the manual regarding operation, maintenance have to be observed. Works at the
metal detector may only be carried out by trained and authorized personnel.
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2.2 Contents of the operating manual
Each person who is assigned to work on or with the machine must have read and understand the
operating manual before commencing any work on the machine. This also applies if the person
concerned has already worked with such a machine or a similar machine or has been trained by
manufacturers.
2.3 Modifications and conversions of the machine
To avoid hazards and to ensure optimum performance, the machine may neither be modified nor
converted nor may attachments be made to it unless expressly permitted by the manufacturer. Only
original spare parts and accessories from the manufacturer may be used.
2.4 Duties of the operating company
The machine is used in an industrial area. The company that operates the machine is therefore subject
at least to the legal health and safety requirements in the country of use.
Apart from the notes in this operating manual concerning health and safety at work, the regulations for
safety, accident prevention and environmental protection applicable to the place of use of the machine
must be adhered to. The following applies in particular here:
The product fulfils the CE marking requirements within the machine limits.
The company that operates the machine is solely responsible for implementing
the interfaces to the surroundings and the fixings in a safe manner, taking into
account relevant regulations and directives. The machine may be put into
operation only if it meets the safety requirements!
Assign only trained or instructed personnel.
Clearly define the responsibilities of the personnel for the installation, operation,
setup, maintenance and repair of the machine.
The manual must always be kept at the place of use of the machine where it is
accessible to all persons who operate the machine.
Trainees may only work under the supervision of already trained personnel. New
personnel must receive the same training as those personnel who have already been
trained.
The operating company is responsible for defining the protective equipment that is
necessary in order to make safe working possible.
Provide the personnel with all necessary protective equipment.
Check regularly that personnel are working in a safety-conscious manner.
Keep all safety and danger notices on the machine complete and in a good, legible
condition. Danger of injury due to illegible or missing symbols!
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2.5 Duties of the personnel
Danger of injury if personnel are not sufficiently qualified to work on the
machine!
Inappropriate handling can lead to serious injuries and material damages.
Therefore:
Allow only the persons named in the respective chapter to perform special tasks.
Personnel assigned to work on the machine must have read and understood the
operating manual before commencing work.
Observe all legal and basic regulations for health and safety and accident
prevention when working.
Observe all safety and danger notices on the machine
In case of malfunction, stop the machine immediately and secure it.
Have faults rectified immediately.
Observe the safety regulations applicable to the product when handling oils,
greasesand other chemical substances. Use the necessary personal protective
equipment.
All persons concerned with the assembly, commissioning, operation, maintenance and repair of the
metal detector unit must be correspondingly qualified and trained.
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2.6 Hazards related to this metal detection equipment:
A risk / hazard analysis has been carried out on the metal separator with subsequent safety check and
safety acceptance. In the case of disoperation or misuse, there is a danger of injury to, or death of
operators, maintenance personnel and others, damage to the metal detection equipment and the user’s
other property, and reduced efficiency of the equipment.
Safety and usage notices:
The following symbols have been applied to the equipment to indicate hazards which cannot be
eliminated via structural measures:
WARNING!
Danger of injury due to illegible or missing symbols!
Keep all safety and danger notices on the plant complete and in a good, legible
condition.
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All operating modes
Electronic cabinet,
Keep the covers of the electronic
pneumatic cabinet
and pneumatic cabinets closed
Hazardous voltage
Cleaning with steam
Complete
Wear suitable protective
jet
equipment
clothing when cleaning with a
steam jet. Observe the
manufacturer’s safety
instructions. Observe
protection class of the plant.
Wear personal protective
equipment and observe the
cleaning agent manufacturer’s
instructions.
Danger due to
pressurised hot water
Cleaning with
Complete
cleaning agents
equipment
All operating modes
Warning device
(alarm)
Instruction of personnel on
Complete
Persons fitted with a cardiac
equipment
pacemaker (or other implanted
medical aid) must not work on
this machine.
Danger of substances
hazardous to health or
irritants
existing warning devices
Warning of visual or
acustic signal
Normal operation
Prohibited for persons
fitted with a cardiac
pacemaker
Generally, before cleaning or repairing the equipment, it must be switched
off, made safe against accidental switch-on, the air pressure released and the
conveyor belt stopped. The switch outputs should be checked for external
voltages.
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3
Actuation
3.1 General
It is our company’s goal to ship the metal detector to the customer with as many pre-configured settings
as possible. If the machine is shipped with factory default settings, it should be noted, that the factory
defaults are the best possible compromise between maximally attainable detection precision and lowest
possible sensitivity to interference. The data sheet sensitivities are achieved with detection threshold
settings between 20 and 10.
In order to adapt the settings to your own needs, a schematic sequence is provided below in which the
start up should ideally take place. Only the sequence is described. The individual explanations of the
menu items must be read in the operating instructions.
3.2 Safety procedures before taking the device into operation
Before actuating the metal detector at least the following parts of the device must
be
checked:
Is the device damaged anywhere?
Are the electric ports and mains undamaged?
Are all protective covers fitted and free of damage?
Are all pneumatic supplies and mains undamaged (if installed)?
The device can start if everything is perfect.
Danger due to incorrect assembly and commissioning!
Assembly and commissioning require trained technical personnel with sufficient
experience. Errors made during assembly can lead to life-threatening situations or
result in considerable material damages.
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3.3 Actuation manual
1. Clean the metal detector
If the product is not allowed to have contact with foreign matter, all surfaces having contact with the
product must be cleaned before start-up operation.
Please follow the safety instructions!
See chapter Maintenance and cleaning
Cleaning
2. Assemble metal detector
Assemble the metal detector according to the information provided in the chapter „Assembly“.
See chapter Assembly
3. Connecting the 24V switching exits and relays
Connect the 24V switching exits and relays as needed. Please follow the indications in the chapter Setup.
See chapter Assembly
Connection
4. Connect power supply
See chapter Assembly Connection Supply voltage
The metal detector is now fully assembled and connected.
All further points are concerned with the most important
adjustments that should be made to your machine in order to
ensure trouble-free operation with the maximum possible
sensitivity.
5. Switch metal detector on
Having assembled the detector mechanically, as a first step it is taken into operation. Under this
condition the detector is only subject to external influences (peripheral disturbances). If at this point
faulty responses are triggered, you have to try and find the source of the disturbance and to correct the
error. For this switch off all machines (motors, actuation, etc.) in the direct surroundings of the metal
detector so that the metal signal of the metal detecting device stays within the triggering range. As a
next step the device is taken again into operation step by step.
After each step control the measure signal in order to locate the disturbance, that causes an increased
noise level. If noise suppression is not possible, remains only an increase of the detection threshold,
until there are no more false alarms.
See chapter Adjustment
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Operating level 1 Detection level
6. Activate production- and transporting device
As a next step the production and transporting device is taken into operation without loading products. In
this state the influence of the transporting device on the metal detector becomes evident. Here also
applies: If there should be incorrect triggers try to locate the cause of the disturbance and suppress it. For
this, take the production line into operation as mentioned above, step by step.
Contrary to peripheral disturbances that often need very high efforts to suppress them in this case a
solution should be easily found.
Temporarily the sensitivity can be reduced until there is no more incorrect triggering.
See chapter Adjustment operating level 1 Detection level
7. Start complete production line
Now start the complete production line. For the set-up-step you should, if possible, use only metal-free
products. The further Steps depend on the current situation. If there are metal events while a metal-free
product is passing through the coil, you should continue with the following point, otherwise you may skip
the following point.
8. “Learn product”
Your product is conductive and therefore influences your metal detector without metal being existent in
your product.
Follow the instructions as in “Adjustment Operating level 2 Learn product manual”, in order to
counterbalance the “product effect”.
See chapter Adjustment Operating level 2 Learn product
9. Optimize sensitivity settings
Note:
The lower the detection threshold is set, the higher the detection sensitivity will be, but the susceptibility to
false triggering will also be higher
See chapter Adjustment Operating level 1 Detection level
10. Adapting the reject parameter (if need be)
See chapter Adjustment Operating level 2 Reject parameter
Adjustments completed
If you do not wish to operate the machine with any further
products,
you can skip the next point.
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11. “Create product”
You can save different products (product memory). The detection threshold, the separation parameters,
the frequency and the result of the product learning procedure are saved together with the product
name. In order to now make settings for a new product, you must create a new product.
See chapter Adjustment Operating level 2 Product memory
Repeat the items ‘Start complete production line’ to ‘Create product’ until you have set all products
that are to be examined with the metal detector.
You have adjusted your metal detector optimally
All further adjustment options serve to adapt the metal detector to the
production sequence and to realise application-related functions /
evaluations.
An overview of all functions of the metal detector can be found in the
chapter entitled Adjustments.
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4
Assembly
Please note when assembling your
detector
the
instructions
following
in
order
assembly
to
ensure
perfect operation.
4.1 Installation guidelines
Electronics
Connect the metal detector to a clean, constant voltage power supply.
Voltage fluctuations can cause false tripping. Therefore, a constant voltage transformer (AC line
conditioner) is recommended. In order to check if false tripping is caused by voltage fluctuations you can
temporarily supply the metal detector with a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply, direct, independent
power supply as used for Computers). Please, do not forget to plug off the input cable of the UPS to
separate it from the AC line.
Run the transmitter and receiver cables to the metal detector separately from live wires.
The detector cables can catch noise, especially when they are close to motor lines or high power
cables. To improve the screening of the cables, solid metal conduits with a good ground connection
(best welded) are recommended. Please do not connect protective hoses to the metal detector or, if do
you connect flexible protective hoses to the electronics housing, at least use plastic screw connections.
Do not disconnect the metal detector from the power if possible.
A constant power supply allows higher detection threshold settings and prolongs the service lives of the
electronic components. Please remember that the electronics re-regulate and recalibrate themselves
after an interruption in the power supply. This procedure takes approximately 30 seconds. No metal will
be detected during this period.
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When welding at the construction where the metal detector is mounted, disconnect the metal
detector from the power supply and do not use the control panel mounting surface as a ground.
Warding near the metal detector will lead to false trippings.
Vibration less using of the control panel
Mount the control panel on a vibration free surface. Vibration can cause premature electronic
component failure.
All cables must be shielded.
The shield must be connected face-to-face on the housing; ideally by means of an EMC screw.
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Detector general
Be careful when you have more than one metal detector in operation!
If several metal detectors are installed in immediate proximity, they might Interfere with each other when
running at the same detection frequency (frequency overlaps).If we know in advance that you have
more than one detector in operation, we do already adjust the detectors to different frequencies. Should
there be frequency overlaps, you can adjust one detector to side frequency.
See chapter Adjustments Operating level 2 Frequency Side frequency
Please observe the required minimum distances. For closed tunnel detectors type C, CI and CR:
minimum distance = 10 x LH (LW for type CR), if the detectors are installed parallel in one row. For
divisible tunnel detectors type D and single surface detectors type S: minimum distance= 15 x LH (SB
for type S), if the detectors are installed parallel in one row. The minimum distances may be lower if you
work with different frequencies. Please consult our sales or application department.
LH = Aperture Height
LW = Aperture Width
SB = Detector breadth
Do not install the detection coil inside a strong electromagnetic field. (Especially if in the direct
surroundings of the seeker head there are strong load variations at other electronic devices).
Interferences can trigger faults. Specifically, fields lying exactly within the operating frequency of the
detector can lead to frequency overlapping and hence to false tripping.
Pay attention to the metal free zone (MFZ) of the metal detector.
Do fixed; non-moving metal parts outside the metal-free zone have little influence on the metal
detector’s function. Metal parts changing their distance to the detector (levers, swivel arms…), however,
might cause problems within the metal free zone, please use electrically non-conductive material only,
e.g. wood or plastics. Please keep in mind that the use of a plastics slide plate may promote the
formation static charges.
See chapter Assembly Tips for Set-up
Vibration less using of the detector coil (all, except "VT" type).
Higher sensitivities can be attained and maintained if the operating conditions are optic mal. Ensure the
coil is mounted to a structure that is stationery at all times.
Eliminate loose metal to metal connections near or within the detection field.
Intermittent metal contact from components such as roller axles, bolted structural connections of the
conveyor frame, loose grids from access platforms or broken welds can cause false reject signals,
especially at high sensitivity settings. In order to avoid creating intermittent magnetic loop contacts,
please isolate metal parts from one another or weld them together. Bolted ground connections will not
solve this problem.
See chapter Introduction General notes on metal
detection
Pay attention to the maximum installation batter of the search head
You can take the maximum installation batter from the datasheet. For larger batter, please contact the
manufacturer before installing the unit.
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Please clean the conveyor belt (of belt conveyors) regularly.
Metal impurities cause fault detections. Please make sure the belt runs centrically on the rollers and
nothing rubs on the belt.
Pay attention to an electrical insulated installation.
The coil feet of the detector provide for electrical isolation. Please do not remove them.
Do not use anti-electrostatic (or electrically conductive) belt material.
Anti-electrostatic belts are conductive and cause an effect similar to metal in the metal detector.
Depending on the relevant application, a conveyor belt appropriate for the metal detector must be
chosen.
The conveyor belt should have a so-called finger coupling. Furthermore, glue containing metal particles
must not be used for connecting the belt.
Do not touch the sensor/coil surface of the detector.
Mechanical contacts may cause detection errors. Keep the surface free of debris.
The frame must be manufactured with appropriate stability.
Loose attached parts, in particular loose transverse connecting parts such as bracing struts, bolted
discharge plates; cover plates etc. can cause considerable interference. Screwed connections should
be dispensed with entirely in this area if possible – welding is better. Insulate the parts on one side
wherever screwed connections are absolutely necessary.
Power rolls, deflection rollers and snub pulleys are also possible sources of interference, as the
electrical contact is submitted to large variations caused by damaged or bad bearings.
The same applies to swivelling belt strippers. These parts should always be insulated on one side.
Please
note: Bridging bad contacts with earth band or wire will not help!
See chapter Introduction General notes on metal detection
When welding at the construction where the metal detector is mounted, disconnect the metal
detector from the power supply and do not use the control panel mounting surface as a ground.
Welding in the surroundings of the detector will trigger faults.
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4.2 Tips for set-up
General
1. Metal free zone
2. Metal detector
3. Belt frame
4. Conveyor belt
5. Sliding plate
6. Sensor surface
The product, conveyor belt and sliding plate must not touch the sensor surfaces.
The sliding plate must be dimensioned such that there is no contact with the lower sensor surface even
when the belt is fully loaded (this also applies to the conveyor belt when the belt is fed back into the
coil).
Distance: approx. 10 mm. It is advisable to use Duroplex in order to prevent the accumulation of static
charges.
The proper choice of conveyor belt, suitable for metal detectors, depends on its use. The conveyor belt
should have a so-called “finger coupling”. Also, the belt coupling must not be fixed with glues containing
metal.
If the construction space of the conveyor belt allows, you may choose a longer metal-free zone.
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Electronic housing AMD 07
282
36
210
9
1a 2
272
200
10
1b
30
36
3
7
1
1.
2.
3.
4 5
6 7 8
100
Adaptor plate designs:
1a Standard
4.
Coil connection (Sensor-Unit, M16)
1b Option
1x M12 4-pin connector
D- coded ((networking)
2x M20x1,5
4 Mounting bores 5,2
5.
Optional interface:
e.g. networking,
Separate operating unit
(M12 8-pole A-coded socket)
Free, 1x M25x1.5 and 2x M16x1.5
USB A socket, for:
- software updates
- reading out printing logs
- backing up and copying device and
product settings (USB stick)
7.
6.
8.
Mains connection (M20 screw
connection)
Socket M12 4-pole A-coded
9.
Isolation
10.
Lock (double-bit key 3 mm)
Opening and closing the electronic cabinet
Before opening the electronic cabins, you must stop the conveyor, disconnect the mains plug, check for
external voltage at the switch outputs and ensure that the device cannot be switched on again!
See chapter Introduction Safety
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The electronic cabinet can be opened or closed
using a two-way key. Make sure that no cables
are trapped when closing the electronic cabins.
1.
Open (turn to the left))
2.
Close (turn to the right)
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Detector C-Coil
LB
S
H
X
SH + 60
SL
1
2
BA 1
BA 2
BA 3
30
3
30
LB +170
90
30
SH
LH
+
LH380
SH
24
60
80
3
8
MFZ
4
1. Metal-free-zone
MFZ (non moving metal)
MFZ (moving metal)
1)
= SL + LH
1)
= SL + 3,5 x LH
2. Access line Ø9 (Version 2)
3. Access line Ø9 (Version 1)
1)
4. Mounting foot: Thread reach: max. = 18 mm
Thread M12
The metal detector has to be positioned centrically within the “metal-free-zone“. The
calculated values can be used for orientation (minimum values can of course be
exceeded!) but must be confirmed by us for the respective project.
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Detector CI-Coil
Dimensional: CI coil
ca. 114
200
MFZ
115
LB
SL
=
=
1
1
85
3
85
BA 1
30
115
LB + 170
SV
1)
2
BA 2
SL
SV
1. Metal-Free-zone
MFZ (non moving metal) = SL + LH1)
MFZ (moving metal)
= SL + 3,5 x LH1)
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2. Mounting foot:
Thread reach: max. = 18 mm
Thread M12
3. Keep free for cable exits
4. Shaft extension (optional)
The metal detector has to be positioned centrically within the „metal-free-zone“. The
calculated values can be used for orientation (minimum values can of course be
exceeded!) but must be confirmed by us for the respective project.
LB (Aperture width)
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Detector SlimLine-Coil
Dimension
MFZ
SL= 150
=
A
LH+ 38 0
80
LB
LH
140
LH+B
24
=
30
1
20
40
90
50
150
LB -20
90
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M8 - 18 tief
Mat.: PE
1. Metal-Free-zone
1)
MFZ (non moving metal) = SL + LH
1)
MFZ (moving metal)
= SL + 3,5 x LH
1) The metal detector has to be positioned centrically within the „metal-free-zone“. The calculated
values can be used for orientation (minimum values can of course be exceeded!) but must be confirmed
by us for the respective project.
Measure A and B
LH ≥ 100 mm; A = 80 mm ; B=170
LH = 75 mm; A = 95 mm ; B=200
Dimensions in mm.
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4.3 Connection
Having mounted your metal detector according to the directions provided on the above pages you now
can connect it:
See too chapter Technology Plug configuration
Relay
Potential-free relay change-over contacts
Contact rating: V~ 250V AC Imax 3A
Relay 1
Factory default (if not agreed upon otherwise)
Relay 1 (R1) is the metal relay. The metal relay
switches by default when metal is detected in the
detector.
De-energised condition:
Contacts 11 and 12 closed
Relay 2 (connection recommended)
Additionally to the optical display you can read the
operational status via a potential-free contact.
Factory default (if not agreed upon otherwise) is
Relay 2 (R2) is a stand-by relay.
If the control detect an „error“ the „stand-by
relay“ switches at once. The switching process of
the stand-by-relay you can use for switching a
warning system or to interrupt the product flow
through the metal detector.
De-energised condition:
Contacts 21 and 22 closed
Factory default:
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Supply voltage
Connect the supply voltage only after you have integrated all connections. Otherwise there will be error
messages.
The supply voltage has to lie within the following bounds:
100 to
50 / 60 Hz
Power protection:
max. 10 A
Special version:
Operating voltage:
20 to 36 V DC
Please note:
For the mains plug of the customised version, the electronics and, if present, the frame
must be included in the earth potential! The metal detector (coil) is to be set up isolated,
as usual.
See chapter Introduction General notes on metal detection Electrostatic
discharges
If you do not use the mains plug of the shipped package, you have to configure the mains connector as
follows:
● The electrical safety and installation provisions of the respective country
must be observed.
● The mains voltage must be separable, i.e. it must be possible at any time to
separate the device from the electrical power system.
● The applied power connection/mains socket must be in visible near of the
device and be well accessible.
● Repair and maintenance work on the board may only be carried out by trained
and authorized personnel!
● Improper adjustments can impair or even prevent your metal detector from
operating!
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5
Operation
5.1 General
Your metal detector is operated using the operating unit on the electronics casing. All information
necessary for operation are displayed on the screen.
The protective films must be removed from the display following commissioning.
This ensures optimum operation.
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5.2 Touch Screen Display operation
The touch-sensitive display screen (Touch Screen) allows direct operation of all important functions by
applying light pressure with a finger. Helpful graphics enhance feedback and make the metal detectors
fun to use.
Login
In order to guarantee constant detection
Product name:
Lot number:
Product 1
B567931-23
2008-04-10
16:31:23
accuracy
during operation, changes to the settings of your
metal detector may only be made with authorised
access. Login is accessed via the button.
Select a user name. After entering the 4-digit code
number, you must confirm with ‘Login’. After
that the operating levels are released.
User
The code numbers for the standard users can be
found under ‘Access codes’.
See chapter Appendix Access codes
Cancel
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Main Menu
The operating levels are accessed from the main menu. In accordance with the instructions in the chapter
‘Commissioning’, you can adjust the metal detector optimally to suit your production environment.
See chapter l Commissioning
Product name: Toast
12
Lot number: 12
4
3
5
6
6
7
1. Product name:
8
9
10
11
Name of the currently selected product (Product memory)
See chapter Adjustment Operating level 2 Product memory
2. Lot number:
e.g. in order to distinguish between different customer orders
3. Signal:
Visual display for displaying events
Normal state: no metal detected
Metal detected, during ejection delay
During metal ejection
4. Date, Time
and User:
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5. ImagePHASE:
Display for showing the
With imagePHASE you can achieve high detection accuracy through the optimum identification of the
product.
The imagePHASE makes use of the effect that the measuring signal must move within certain limits
(envelope) The envelope (1) identifies the product to be examined. If the measuring signal (2) lies
outside the envelope, a metal alarm is triggered
The learned envelope of the product always remains
visible. The measuring signal is slowly faded out after
a certain time. Measured values inside the envelope
are displayed in a different colour to those outside the
envelope. Since it is often difficult in the border area to
determine whether the measuring signal lies outside
the envelope, these areas are additionally highlighted
in colour.
Please note! An unstable and strongly oscillating signal, which touches the metal switching thresholds,
could have the following reasons:
Peripheral interference
Solution: Localise and remove source of interference or reduce sensitivity setting
see chapter Adjustment Operating level 1 Detection
level
Strong “Product effect“
Solution: Carry out “product learning“
See chapter Adjustment
Operating level 2 Learn
product
6. Zoom
Only the display of the image is changed with the + and – signs;
the evaluation is not changed by this.
The image is returned to its original form with the square button.
7. Login:
User selection / Log off / Back button
8. Operating level 1:
Access operating level 1
9. Operating level 2:
Access operating level 2
10. Operating level QM:
Access to ‘QM’ level (quality management)
11. Direct selection keys F1and F2:
F1 = menu item Learn product
F2 = menu item Detection level
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6
Adjustment
6.1 General
The metal detector is factory-preset. Normally there should be no or only minor changes required.
Note that adjusting the settings in an improper way can impair or prevent your metal detector from
functioning.
On the following page, you will find an overview of all menu items. Depending on the application, some
menu items may be de-activated and will therefore not be visible on the display. These menu items are
marked as “(optional)”.
Changes may only be carried out by trained and authorized personnel.
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6.2 Overview operating levels
Operating level 1
Detection level
Choose product
Batch number
Reject counter
Test reject unit 1
Start detector test
Change password
Operating level 2
Learn Product
Product memory
New
Copy
Edit
Delete
Reject counter
Reject parameter relays 1
Position
Period
Reset mode
Mechanical delay
Reject parameter active 1
Position
Period
Reset mode
Mechanical delay
Conveying speed
Detection
Frequency
Transmitter frequency
Side frequency
USB
Software Update
Protocol
Device settings
System info
Version info
Measured values
Clock setup
Language
Display
Information on main view
Display calibration
Signal fade-out time
Restore factory settings
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Operating level QM (Quality management)
User Manager
Password expires
Password expires in (optional)
Protocol
Reports
Detector test
After power on
Test cycle
Test timeout
Code input required
Test piece learning
Test piece count
Test piece confirm
Metal data capture time
Contamination level
Interval
Detections
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6.3 Operating level 1
Detection level
Unless agreed otherwise, the detection threshold of the metal detector is factory preset to an optimum
value.
The factory presets represent the best possible compromise between the maximum achievable
detection
accuracy and the least possible susceptibility to interference. The data sheet sensitivities are achieved
with detection level settings of between 20 and 10. Adjust the setting until your reference metal part,
which you want to detect with the system, causes a signal deflection that lies above the trigger level.
During subsequent operation, metal parts of the same size and larger will be separated out – but not
smaller ones. If you do not have a suitable metal part, you can obtain standardised test bodies from the
manufacturer.
Please note!
The lower the detection level is set, the higher the detection sensitivity will be, but the
susceptibility to false triggering will also be higher
In order to optimise the detection threshold setting you should proceed as follows:
1)
Convey a metal part that should only just be detected. (Standardised test bodies can be obtain
from the manufacturer)
2a)
Metal detection
Raise the detection level in small steps until the metal part is not quite detected any longer, then reduce
the detection level setting by a safety margin of 10%.
2b)
No metal detection
Lower the detection level in small steps until the metal part is only just detected, then reduce the
detection level setting by a further safety margin of 10%.
Choose product
You can choose between all parameter sets stored under Product memory. The product list can be
sorted according to product number (1-9) or product name (A-Z).
See chapter Adjustment Operating level
2 Product memory
Batch number
A charge text can be entered and the charge can be started or ended here. For example, different
customer orders can be recorded separately from one another in reports via the batch number.
See chapter Adjustment Operating level QM Reports
Reject counter
The menu item Reject counter shows the number of metal messages issued by your metal detection
device.
On operating level 2 the metal counter can be restored to zero.
Choose Operating level 2
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Reject counter
Test reject unit 1 (optional)
The menu item Test reject Unit 1 is integrated only in machines equipped with an reject unit.
On actuating the menu item a test triggering is initiated.
After the test ejection has taken place, a message appears on the display. The message informs you
about the measured response times when switching the ejection mechanism on and off.
Please note:
A function test of the reject mechanism must be carried out once per day
The Test reject Unit function is disabled for reasons of safety if the system is in an error condition.
Start detector test
You can start the detector test manually here. You can set the time duration (test timeout) in which you
must perform the detector test and additional configurations in the detector test menu item. The detector
test is ended when the detector test window is closed.
See chapter Adjustment Operating level QM Detector test
Change password
In this menu item the password of the currently logged-in user can be changed. The current
password must be entered first, and then a new one can be assigned.
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6.4 Operating level 2
Learn Product
The learning process is necessary if when metal-free products are transported, the message ‘metal’
occurs. The metal detector is adjusted such that the influence of the product is suppressed.
Note!
During the learning process only metal-free products may be transported!
(1) Signal processing display area: imagePHASE
Learn product
1
2
3
Learn angle
5
Add
Learning …
Calculating…
Learning successful 82.36° / 12
6
4
New 7
New (automatic learning procedure)
The automatic learning procedure depends on the set ‘Learning mode’.
See chapter Adjustment
Operating level 2 Learn product
Adjustment Learning Mode
The start takes place by pressing ‘New’ (7). Convey only metal-free product during the test runs.
During learning, the measuring signal (2) is recorded and the envelope of the product (3) is determined.
The number of product passes varies depending on the product and the product properties. Depending
on the selected learning mode, several product passes may be necessary in order to successfully learn
the product. With dry products 3 product passes are often enough, while difficult products require more
product passes.
The display (4) informs you that the learning process has been successfully completed.
Add (6) Analogous to the ‘New’ button (7), except that the previously learnt product is retained.
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6.5 Settings (5)
Learning mode
The length of the recording phase is controlled here. The ‘Trigger’ learning mode is recommended for
metal detectors with product light barriers.
Learning timer (optional)
This menu option is visible only in the ‘Auto’ learning mode.
The duration of the recording phase (mm:ss:zzz) varies depending on the product and product
properties.
The learning duration must be long enough for the product to be completely recorded. Standard: 5s
Product quantity (optional)
This menu option is visible only in the ‘Trigger’ learning mode.
The number of product passes varies depending on the product and the product properties. With dry
products 3 product runs are often enough, while difficult products require more passes. Standard: 5
Stretching Image
So that slight product fluctuations do not lead to false triggering, the envelope is slightly enlarged at the
edges. It is assumed that the product fluctuations mainly take effect in the direction of the learning
angle. For this reason an ellipse is used to enlarge the envelope. The small radius of the ellipse
corresponds to the ‘Detection level’, while the large radius corresponds to the ‘Detection level’ multiplied
by the ‘Stretching Image’. The orientation of the ellipse corresponds to the learning angle. Standard: 5
See chapter Adjustment Operating level 1 Detection level
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Product memory (Create product)
The name, detection threshold, ejection time, ejection delay, learning angle and frequency for a
particular product are linked together in the Product memory. Changing the product therefore also
results in a change of the detection threshold, ejection time, ejection delay, learning angle and
frequency. The product list can be sorted according to product number (1-9) or product name (A-Z).
Reject counter
Select ‘Reset’ in order to set the metal counter to zero
See chapter Adjustment
Operating level 1 Reject counter
Reject parameters relais 1/active 1
Position (switching delay)
The number set here represents the time delay between detection of the metal part in the detector coil
and output at the outputs. The metal delay can be adjusted independently of the Reset mode.
See chapter Settings Operating level 2 Reject parameters Reset mode
The rejection delay can be set between 0 (OFF) and 30 seconds.
In the case of pre-adjusted machines with a rotary encoder or defined speed, the position is entered in
millimetres (mm).
Period
Period is the time, within which the rejection mechanism remains in the scrap rejection position once
metal has been detected.
The period can be chosen from 0.1 to 30 seconds.
You can find the optimal setting, by starting with an absolutely safe period, and reducing the
value step by step. The first time that the metal part is not rejected, you increase the value,
adding a further safety leeway.
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6.6 Reset mode
Depending on you application, you can reset a metal detection either automatically or manually. If no
particular requests have been given by the customer, the metal detectors will be supplied with reset
mode „automatic“.
Reset mode automatic:
Time-controlled metal notification is set for automatic ejection of metal-contaminated products. You may
set the delay and duration of the metal notification in the menu “Operating level 2
Reject parameter”
Reset mode manual:
With this reset mode, you can only delay the metal signal, e.g. to remove the metal part from the
opening.
The machine is restarted by resetting the metal detector at the display or with an external reset button.
6.7 Mechanical delay
This is the set time between the electrical actuation of the ejection mechanism (output at the outputs)
and the ejection diverter meeting the product (ejection). Hence, the mechanical delay due to an ejection
system is eliminated.
The mechanical delay can be set between 0 and 500 milliseconds (ms).
Conveying speed
By means of exact matching to the maximum conveyor speed, external high-frequency influences on
the measurement signal can be eliminated. The set value is dependent on the actual conveyor speed of
the unit.
Set the maximum conveyor speed of your conveyor system as the set value.
By adjusting the minimum conveyor speed, low frequency influences on the measurement signal can be
cancelled out. The set value should only be changed if the actual conveyor speed is lower than the
preset value.
Please note:
If the maximum conveyor speed is set lower than the actual product speed, sensitivity losses will occur.
If you do not know the exact speed of your conveyor system, it is preferable to set the maximum
conveyor speed higher than the actual production speed. On no account should it be set lower.
If the minimum conveyor speed is set higher than the actual product speed, sensitivity losses will occur.
If you do not know the exact speed of your conveyor system, it is preferable to set the minimum
conveyor speed lower than the actual production speed. On no account should it be set higher.
Detection
In this menu option you can activate or deactivate the metal detection and ejection procedure
of the detector.
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Frequency
Transmitter frequency
The menu item select transmitter frequency is only available for Multi-mode machines.
You can choose between two factory-pre-et frequencies, high and low.
Attention:
If the product exhibits a high product effect, or when conveying packaging containing aluminium, you
should select a low frequency as a general rule. Analogous to this, you should select a high frequency if
the product effect is low.
Please note, that the transmitter frequency is connected to the product (parameters).
Difference between selecting transmitter frequency – secondary frequency:
Using the optional transmitter frequency selector for multi mode machines, you can, depending on
product characteristics, choose between the factory pre-set frequencies high and low (e.g. 62.5 kHz
and 500 kHz).
The secondary frequency selector only allows the machine to switch to a secondary frequency (e.g.
63.5 kHz for 62.5 kHz main frequency). If you operate more than one metal detector in the same
production environment, you should indicate this when ordering. The different main and secondary
frequencies of the metal detectors can then be adjusted optimally to each other in the factory. Please
note the indications for setting the secondary frequency with multi mode machines.
See chapter Adjustment
Operating level 2 Frequency Secondary
frequency
Side frequency
If the metal detector is exposed to strong interference in the
factory-pre-set main frequency, and normal operation is
impossible, you can change to a secondary frequency.
USB
Software Update
The current software is replaced by a new version. To do this, select the new software version on the
left.
After a few minutes the device will start with the new software.
Protocol
The evaluation electronics continuously record all occurring metal events and errors together with the
date and time. You have the option to export the protocol with the help of the USB connection.
You can select via a button whether the database is to be exported as a text file (file extension .txt) or as
‘comma separated values’ (file extension .csv)
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6.8 Device settings
Save device settings
The settings can be saved internally or on a connected USB stick.
Load device settings
The settings can be restored using the internally stored files or using the files on a connected
USB device.
Systeminfo
Version info
The software version and further important data are displayed under
Please make a note of the information in case you need it for service enquiries:
Display Unit
Sensor Unit
Control Unit
Serial number:
Component:
Software:
Core:
Measured values
Under the menu item Measured values you can call up internal parameters from the metal detection
circuitry. These measured values are intended for service and diagnosis purposes.
Sensor Unit
Measured value
designation
TX_CHECK_SIN_A
TX_CHECK_SIN_B
TX_CHECK_LOAD
+24V
+15V
-15V
+3.3V
+1.2V
+12V
-12V
Temperature SU
Temperature ext
RX Ampl
RX Pha
signal 0.00/0.00 °
sig. angle
comp. angle
noise level
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Meaning
12.4V
12.2V
0.51V
24.00V
15.00V
-15.00V
3.3V
1.2V
12V
-12V
40.29 °C
-55.00 °C
-0.059 mV
-0.004 mV
Transmitter voltage A
Transmitter voltage B
Transmitter load
Supply voltage +24VD
Supply voltage +15V
Supply voltage -15V
Supply voltage +3.3V
Supply voltage +1.2VA
Supply voltage +12V
Supply voltage -12V
Internal temperature sensor (sensor unit)
External temperature sensor (optional)
Receiver voltage on amplitude branch
Receiver voltage on phase branch
Signal
Signal angle
Compensation angle (learning angle)
Noise level measurement (5000 samples long)
0.00/0.00 °
90.00 °
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Control Unit
Measured value
designation
Measured
value
Meaning
24.00V
24.00V
3.3V
1.8V
1.2V
1.2V
3.0V
1.2V
3.0V
3.0V
40.29 °C
-55.00 °C
1.00 m/s
Supply voltage +24VD
Supply voltage +24V
Supply voltage +3.3V
Supply voltage +1.8V
Supply voltage +1.2VA
Cable monitor
Cable monitor
Cable monitor
Cable monitor
Battery voltage
Internal temperature sensor (control unit)
External temperature sensor (optional)
Measured value
designation
Measured
value
Meaning
+24V
+10V
+5V
+3.3V
+2.5V
+1.8V LAN CORE
+1.8V LAN PLL
+1.2V
Temperature DU
24.00V
10 V
5V
3.3V
2.5V
1.8V
1.8V
1.2V
37.00 °C
Supply voltage +24V
Supply voltage +10V
Supply voltage +5V
Supply voltage +3.3V
Supply voltage +2.5V
Supply voltage LAN CORE +1.8V
Supply voltage LAN PLL +1.8V
Supply voltage +1.2V
Internal temperature sensor (control unit)
+24V ext
+24V
+3.3V
+1.8V
+1.2V
A1 cable break
A2 cable break
A3 cable break
A4 cable break
BAT Voltage
Temperature CU
Temperature ext
Speed [m/s]
Display Unit
Clock setup
You can set the date and clock. After confirming the seconds setting the clock starts running.
Language
Select the language you would like for the text output on the display and confirm with OK.
Display
Information on main view
No view:
No display of messages and signals on the main screen
Messages:
Displays the last messages
Signal view:
Displays the measuring signal and the “detection level”
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6.9 Display calibration
Sometimes the touch screen display may not react as usual. If a button is ignored when touched, or if
an adjacent button is actuated instead, the display must be recalibrated.
Several calibration points are displayed at various points on the screen. These must be touched as
precisely as possible with the finger or a fine, but not pointed or sharp object. Subsequently the
calibration is finished and you are taken to the main menu.
Signal fade-out time
The measuring signal is hide out slowly in accordance with the hideout time ‘Persistence’ set here.
Restore factory setting
You can restore the factory settings of the electronic circuitry with ‘Load’.
CAUTION!
Loading the factory settings will cause all previous settings to be overwritten!
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6.10 Operating level QM
User Manager
New
The Name/Access code tab is accessed via ‘New’. Enter your user name and a 4-digit
access code via the keyboard. On the Rights tab, select the levels accessible to the user
and whether the respective user may abort a detector test or whether he may confirm a
failed detector test (Reset detector test). The user is created with ‘Save’.
See chapter Adjustment
Operating level QM Detector test Code entry required
Edit
Select the user and click on ‘Edit’.
Delete
Select the user and click on ‘Delete’.
Password expires
If ‘yes’, each user will be requested to change his password after the expiry of the
indicated number of days (standard: 42 days).
See chapter Adjustment
Operating level QM Password expires in
Password expires in (days) (optional)
This menu item is displayed only if ‘password expires’ has been confirmed with ‘yes’.
The password can be valid for a period of 1 to 365 days.
See chapter Adjustment
Operating level QM Password expires
Protocol
The evaluation electronics continuously record all occurring metal events and errors
together with the date and time. You have the option to export the protocol with the help
of the USB connection.
You can select via a button whether the database is to be exported as a text file (file
extension .txt) or as
‘comma separated values’ (file extension .csv).
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Reports
Under Reports you can filter the protocol messages according to product, characteristic or time.
With Export the current report is saved to a connected USB data storage device in the same way as in
the menu item ‘Protocol’.
See chapter Adjustment Operating level QM Protocol
Detector test
There are several options regarding when the detector test is to take place. It is possible to carry out the
detector test after each system start-up and / or after the expiration of a defined time interval during
production.
Process of the detector test:
The process of the detector test after switching on is identical to the detector test during production.
The warning „Please start detector test“ must be confirmed with „OK“ to start the test duration. Feed
one reference standard through the detector during the test period. (You can order standardised
reference norms from the manufacturer.) If a metal signal is triggered, the detector is operating
correctly.
If no metal signal is detected during this testing phase, or if the metal signal is outside the signal or
angle tolerance range, the error message “Detector test failed” is displayed. Start the detector test
manually to carry out additional tests.
See chapter Adjustment Operating level 1 Start detector
test
Please contact our service department if your metal detector does not detect the metal several times in
a row.
See Errors and
Problems Service
After power on
You can now adjust if and when you want to perform a detector test after system start-up.
max.:
Factory setting:
10 min. after power on (600 s)
OFF (0 s.)
Test cycle
Enter the time interval, when, after expiring, the detector test is to be repeated.
max. test cycle:
Factory setting:
24 hrs.
OFF (0 s.)
Test timeout
In the following mask, you can set the test duration within which the detector test must be carried out.
max. test duration:
Factory setting:
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Code input required
Code Input required specifies whether a detector test can always be aborted (OFF) or whether a login
with an appropriate user is required (ON) in order to abort. The same applies to the confirmation of the
timeout error message (“Detector test failed: Timeout”). This prevents a failed detector test from being
reset by unauthorised persons.
See chapter Adjustment Operating level QM User administration
Test piece learning (optional)
When ‘learning’, the plant waits for a test body to be introduced into the detector. After metal has been
detected, the values for the test body are displayed and saved with ‘OK’ in order to be compared to the
results of the automatic test with signal tolerance and angle tolerance activated.
It is possible by actuating the test body number to give this test body a name. After that the name of the
test body will be used when requesting a test body to be placed. e.g. ‘Please place ferrite’. Result: ‘1
ferrite: 222/63’
If no test body has been configured, the test bodies are distinguished by test body number.
Test piece count
Number of test bodies required for the detector test. (Standard: 3 test bodies)
Test piece confirm
If this option is activated with ‘YES’, the user must confirm each placement of a test body before placing
it by actuating the corresponding button ‘Test body ready’; only then is the test body detection activated.
Metal data capture time
The separation mechanism can be configured so that no separation takes place during a detector test.
CAUTION!
If Metal data capture time is set to ‘NO’, then no separation takes place. This means that
any metal parts present in the product stream during the test will also not be separated!
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Contamination level
Here, you can make adjustments for monitoring the contamination level of the product flow.
The degree of contamination is defined by the number of detections per measurement
interval. If the preset criteria have been reached in the system, warning message is issued.
See chapter Errors and problems Error messages and hints
Intervall
The adjustment in minutes and seconds is executed separately.
30 min.
OFF (0 min.)
Max. measurement interval:
Factory setting:
Detections
The number of detections in the previously set measurement interval.
Min. number of detections:
Max. number of detections:
Factorysetting:
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Maintenance and cleaning
Works at the device may only be carried
out by trained and authorized personnel.
7.1 Maintenance
Electronics
All electronic components are maintenance-free.
Electrical
Regularly check the connectors of all wires of the metal separator, as well as the
wires themselves for damage of any kind.
Damaged and defective components must be replaced.
Detector
Please check regularly whether all installation supports of your metal detector are
still firmly attached.
Check regularly whether all interconnecting cables and screw are firmly attached.
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7.2 Cleaning
General
Before cleaning your metal detector, check the permitted protection type
See chapter Technology Technical data
In order to guarantee operation free of malfunctions, apart from maintenance, cleaning is also
necessary in regular intervals. It is recommended to carry out maintenance and cleaning work at the
same time.
Cleaning includes removing dust and dirt from all surfaces, gaps and inside the machine.
Please note:
All casings must be closed.
All covers must be fitted.
The sensor surface must fundamentally be kept free from contamination, and in
particular from metallic and conducting contaminants.
None of the electronic cabinets and lids may be cleaned with a high-pressure
cleaner.
Work on the appliance may only be carried out by trained and authorised
personnel.
Observe the corresponding notes and product data sheets provided by the
cleaning
agent manufacturer for
o use of the cleaning agents
o disposal of the cleaning agents in accordance with regulations
o personal protective equipment
Display
The screen may only be cleaned with a slightly moist, soft cloth. For moistening the cloth use a screen
cleaning agent, for example an antistatic foam cleaner.
Do not use corrosive cleaning agents, chemicals, scouring agents or hard objects
that
could scratch or damage the screen
Do not clean the display screen with a high-pressure cleaner!
Do not immerse the screen in water!
Displays with an attached splash protector may be cleaned with a water jet according to the protection
class.
The transparent splash protector guards the display against water that is directed towards the display.
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Errors and Problems
8.1 General
The analysis electronics monitors all components necessary for proper functioning. If one measured
parameter is outside the valid range, the malfunction is displayed as text.
Once an error message appears, the potential-free contact
Relay 2 (standard configuration, hereinafter referred to as standby relay) switches at the same time.
See chapter Technology Plug configuration
The machine is now in error mode.
Certain error messages do not disappear automatically once the source of the error has been remedied.
Error messages can either be acknowledged or cancelled. In both cases, the error message disappears,
to change the settings of the electronics, if necessary:
If the error message is acknowledged, the machine goes back into normal mode (standby relay
switches to normal mode). If the cause for the error is still present, the machine switches back into the
error mode after a short period, and the error message is repeated.
If an error message is cancelled, the machine remains in error mode (standby relay remains in error
mode).
After a short time period, the error message is repeated.
Please note: The machine switches back to normal mode only once the error has been remedied and
the message acknowledged.
Notifications behave analogous to error messages, with the only difference that the machine does not
switch to error mode when they appear (standby relay remains in normal mode).
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8.2 Control unit messages
1-001 Notice: “Metal“
The metal detector has identified a metal part.
Once the metal part has been removed, each metal notification on the display must be acknowledged
by pressing “OK”.
1-002 Error: “Reject unit: Sensor faulty“
Sensor normal position supplies a wrong signal
Check the functions of your separation device. If operating normally, the cause of the error message
could also be a damaged initiator/sensor or a damaged initiator/sensor connection cable.
1-003 Error: “Reject unit: Separation faulty“
After separating items the separation device did not return to its normal position.
Check the functions of your separation device. If operating normally, the cause of the error message
could also be a damaged initiator/sensor or a damaged initiator/sensor connection cable.
1-004 Error: “Reject unit: Sensor faulty“
Sensor separation position supplies a wrong signal
Check the functions of your separation device. If operating normally, the cause of the error message
could also be a damaged initiator/sensor or a damaged initiator/sensor connection cable.
1-005 Error: “Reject unit: separation faulty“
The separation position of the separation device was not reached following a metal signal:
Check the functions of your separation device. If operating normally, the cause of the error message
could also be a damaged initiator/sensor or a damaged initiator/sensor connection cable.
1-006 Error: “Reject unit: separation faulty“
The separation device has not reached its separating position within the required time-period after
detecting metal.
Check the functions of your separation device. If operating normally, the cause of the error message
could also be a damaged initiator/sensor or a damaged initiator/sensor connection cable.
1-007 Error: “Reject unit: separation faulty“
The separation device has not reached its initial position within the required time-period.
Check the function of your separating device. If it works normally, the cause of the error message may
also be a damaged initiator or a damaged initiator/sensor connection cable. Check the initiator/sensor
function and, if need be, check the cable connection of the initiator/sensor.
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1-008 Notice: “Test Reject: Activation position sensor, activation time
[ms]”
After the test separation has taken place, a message appears on the display. The message informs you
about the measured activation time of the separation diverter.
1-009 Notice: “Test Reject: Reset position sensor %s, reset time [ms]”
After the test separation has taken place, a message appears on the display. The message informs you
about
the measured reset time of the separation diverter.
1-010 Error: “Reject unit: Collecting container full”
The collector bin for ejected material is full.
Empty the collector bin and confirm the notification by pressing the “OK” key. The Cumulative
reject time is re-set automatically.
Please note:
If the collector bin is not yet full, or its contents have already spilled over, the Cumulative reject
time setting is incorrect.
1-011 Error: “Pressure monitoring”
There is not enough pressure in order to operate the separation device.
Check the pressurized-air supply.
Note!
This error message appears even it the plant is optionally equipped with a compressed air shutoff valve
and is shut off (also during emergency shutdown).
1-012 Error: “Product jam or check light barrier”
Check the function of the light barrier.
1-013 Error: “Encoder monitoring”
No signal from the rotary encoder. Check the function of the rotary encoder.
1-014 Error: “Contamination level”
When checking the contamination degree of a product flow, a warning is sent when the set criteria are
reached (number of metal occurrences per time interval).
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1-015 Error: “Reject unit: rejection failure”
Check the function of your separation unit.
1-016 Error: “Reject unit: no reject unit configured”
Please configure a switching output as a reject unit. Contact the service department.
If the message is ignored and no switching output is changed to a separation unit, no separations will be
counted (menu item: reject counter). The display is limited to 5 messages (power-on procedures).
See chapter Adjustment
Operating level 1 Reject counter
1-017 – 1-018: “Reserved”
1-019 Error: “System monitoring: 24 V external voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
1-020 Error: “System monitoring: 24 V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
1-021 Error: “System monitoring: 5 V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
1-022 Error: “System monitoring: 3.3V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
1-023 Error: “System monitoring: 1.8V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
1-024 Error: “System monitoring: 1.2V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
1-025 Warning: “System monitoring: Battery voltage too low”
The battery voltage is too low. The battery must be replaced.
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1-026 Warning: “mesuNET: No connection to the server”
The log data (mesuNET) buffered on the unit concerned exceeds a size of 3 KB (approx. 40 messages).
Check the Link0 LED. Check the connection.
1-027 Error: “mesuNET: No connection to server – loss of data”
The log data (mesuNET) buffered on the unit concerned exceeds a size of 100 KB (approx. 1300
messages).
In this case no further data will be buffered.
Check the Link0 LED. Check the connection.
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8.3 Sensor unit messages
2-001 Error: “System monitoring: Transmitter overloaded”
The power stage of the transmitter is overloaded.
Examine the transmitter cable for short-circuits and check the connections and contacts in the transmitter
connection box.
2-002 Error: “System monitoring: Transmitter disconnected”
The power stage of the transmitter is not loaded.
Examine the transmitter cable for short-circuits and check the connections and contacts in the transmitter
connection box.
2-003 Error: “System monitoring: 24VD voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
2-004 Error: “System monitoring: +15V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
2-005 Error: “System monitoring: -15V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
2-006 Error: “System monitoring: 3.3VA voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
2-007 Error: “System monitoring: 1.2VD voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
2-008 Error: “System monitoring: +8V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
2-009 Error: “System monitoring: -8V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
2-010 Error: “System monitoring: +12V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
2-011 Error: “System monitoring: -12V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
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2-012 Error: “System monitoring: receiver voltage too high”
The receiver voltage lies outside the tolerances. Is there a large metal part in or immediately in front of
the detector coil.
Check the connections and contacts in the receiver terminal box.
2-013 Error: “System monitoring: Max board temperature reached”
The temperature of the circuitry is too high. Check the fan or the ambient temperature.
2-014 Warning: “Detection inactive”
The metal detection and ejection procedure of the detector has been deactivated.
2-015 Notice: “Detection active”
The metal detection and ejection procedure of the detector has been activated.
2-016 Warning: “mesuNET: no connection to the server”
The log data (mesuNET) buffered on the unit concerned exceeds a size of 3 KB (approx. 40 messages).
Check the Link0 and Link1 LEDs. Check the connection.
2-017 Error: “mesuNET: no connection to server – loss of data”
The log data (mesuNET) buffered on the unit concerned exceeds a size of 100 KB (approx. 1300
messages).
In this case no further data will be buffered.
Check the Link0 and Link1 LEDs. Check the connection.
2-018 Error: “Error while calculation”
Please learn the product again.
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3-001 Error: “No connection to control unit”
Check the Link2 LED. Check the cable connection.
3-002 Error: “No connection to sensor unit”
Check the Link1 LED. Check the cable connection.
3-003 Error: “No connection for signal tracer”
Check the Link1 LED. Check the cable connection.
3-004 Error: ”System monitoring: 24V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
3-005 Error: “System monitoring: 10V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
3-006 Error: “System monitoring: 5V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
3-007 Error: “System monitoring: 3.3V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
3-008 Error: “System monitoring: 2.5V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
3-009 Error: “System monitoring: 1.8V voltage Lan Core”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
3-010 Error: “System monitoring: 1.8V voltage Lan Pll”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
3-011 Error: “System monitoring: 1.2V voltage”
The voltage is not within the tolerance range. Contact the service department.
3-012: reserved
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3-013 Warning: “mesuNET: No connection to the server”
The log data (mesuNET) buffered on the unit concerned exceeds a size of 3 KB (approx. 40 messages).
Check the Link0 -LED. Check the connection.
3-014 Error: “mesuNET: No connection to the server –loss of data“
The log data (mesuNET) buffered on the unit concerned exceeds a size of 100 KB (approx. 1300 messages).
In this case no further data will be buffered.
Check the Link0 -LED. Check the connection.
3-015 Error: “Detector test failed: timeout”
No metal signal was detected over the duration of the detector test.
See chapter Adjustment Operating level QM Detector test
3-016 Error: “Detector test failed: Tolerance”
This message appears if the result of the comparison of the determined test body and the learned test body
(with assigned tolerances) is negative.
3-017 Warning: “Password expired”
Please assign a new password.
See chapter Adjustment
Operating level 1 Change password
3-018 Notice: “Protocol size near maximum”
The size of the log database exceeds 19500 entries. Please backup and delete logs. The log database is
limited to 20000 entries.
See chapter Settings Operating level QM Protocol
3-019 Warning: “Protocol size at maximum”
The size of the log database has reached 20000. 1000 old entries will be deleted.
The log database is limited to 20000 entries.
See chapter Settings
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Operating level QM
Protocol
8.4 Mains supply
If the display no longer lights up, you should check the mains voltage LED on the PCB (see picture
below).
Net-LED / Main supply-LED dark?
1. Step: Check the mains supply!
Range of the mains supply:
Customized version:
Continuously:
Operating voltage:20 to 36V DC
100 to 240 V AC
50 / 60 Hz
Power protection:
max.10 A
2. Step: Check the device fuse!
In order to protect the evaluation electronics a time-lag 1.25 A fuse has to be used.
Fuse o.k.
Mains supply not o.k.
Measures:
- Check the voltage actually connected to the mains supply. Does the voltage meet the
requirements?
- Contact our service department
see chapter Errors and problems
Service
Fuse defective
Replace the device fuse with a spare fuse located on the electronics board. (1.25 A, 5x20 mm
according to DIN)
1.
Main supply LED
2.
Device fuse, 1.25 A, 5x20 mm
according to DIN
3.
Spare time-lag fuse, 1.25 A, 5x20
mm according to DIN, internal
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8.5 Service
Our trained personnel will be glad to help you removing errors and problem at your metal detector.
Please find the contact person responsible for you on the type plate on the seeker head. The type plate
is on the backside of the electronic control box cover and on the outside of the metal detector.
Before contacting our service department, please fill-in the following form thoroughly. This will help our
service technicians to find the error.
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Technology
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9.1 Technical data
100 to 240 V AC
50 or 60Hz
Operating voltage:
20 to 36 V DC
max. 75 W
Special version:
Power consumption:
Device fuse:
1,25 A time-lag, 5x20 mm according to DIN
Mains protection:
max. 10 A
Protective system:
IP 54
Coil-CI at IP 66
Temperature range:
Operating:
Storage/Transportation:
-10° to +50° C
-10° to +60° C
Humidity:
up to 100 % without condensation water
Ejection time:
adjustable from 0,1 s to 30 s
Mains connection:
ca. 1,8 m cable with safety plug
(US-version with US-standard plug)
Lacquering:
Structural lacquer RAL 3027 or customized lacquer
(as desired)
Stainless Steel version, sand-blasted
Material:
Electronics casing box:
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9.2 Plug configuration
Ethernet interface for networking
Connection to customer network (e.g. mesuNET)
Industrial Ethernet, M12, 4 pole, D-coded
Pin
1
3
5
7
signal
TXTX+
RXRX+
Colour code
orange
yellow
white
blue
Connection Sensor Unit
Only for separate sensor and control unit.
Pin
signal
1
TX2
GND blue
TX+
3
4
GND
5
RX6
24V
7
RX+
8
24V
Colour code
green
white /green
white /blue
orange
brown
white /orange
white /brown
Connection Display-Unit
Used by the factory.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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signal Colour code
TXred
GND
blue
TX+
green
GND
white
RXyellow
24V
green
RX+
pink
24V
brown
Relay 1 (switches when metal is detected)
Contacts 12, 11, 14
Potential-free changeover
Dead state: Contacts 11 and 12 closed
Contact load:
U~
250V
Imax
3A
Relay 2 (switches when an error is detected)
Contacts 24, 21, 22
Potential-free changeover
Dead state: Contacts 21 and 22 closed
Contact load:
U~
250V
Imax
3A
Switching inputs / switching outputs
User-specific inputs are configured via the switching inputs and user-specific outputs are configured via
the switching outputs. Depending on the application, different switching inputs / switching outputs can
be factory preset.
24V DC Switching inputs (Standard configuration)
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
I8
Initiator normal position (Ejection mechanism 1)
Shaft encoder (speed measurement)
Compressed air monitor ( Pressure monitoring )
Trigger – light barrier (In)
Initiator reject position (Separation unit 1)
Separation unit 1 test
Reset-callipers ( external )
MD Offline
24V DC Switch exits (Standard configuration)
A1
A2
A3
A4
Magnetic valve(Ejection mechanism)
Ready (device ready, 24 V DC)
free
free
Max. total current load of all inputs and outputs ≤ 300mA !
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9.3 Key plan
Electronics in the electronic housing
Control Unit
1.
Serial interface (RS232 optional)
2.
Service connections (factory use)
3.
9.
Ethernet interface for networking
(e.g. mesuNET)
Sensor unit connection (only in case of separate sensor and control unit)
Display unit connection
24 V DC inputs
24 V DC active outputs
Relay 2 (switches by default on error)
Relay 1 (switches by default when metal is detected)
10.
Spare time-lag fuse 1.25 A, 5x20 mm according to DIN
11.
Mains supply
12.
Device time-lag fuse 1.25 A, 5x20 mm according to DIN
13.
Extension plug
14.
24V DC Mains supply
15.
Battery
16.
Connection temperature sensor, external
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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Touch Screen Display
Front
12
Back
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Serial interface (RS 485)
Serial interface (RS 232)
Connector USB
Control unit connector
micro-SD card reader
10 Spare parts
10.1 Danger due to non-original spare parts!
All wearing parts are excluded from the warranty (i.e. moved parts and/or
parts in contact with the product)!
Only original spare parts made by the manufacturer may be used.
The warranty will become null and void in the case of non-compliance!
Wrong or faulty spare parts can lead to damage, malfunctions or total failure and can impair safety
(danger of injury).
Please note that various spare parts are specially manufactured for a specific customer or machine and
therefore have a longer delivery time.
Spare parts can be obtained through agencies or directly from the metal detector manufacturer.
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10.2 Electronics housing AMD07
140
T1
141
109/110
142
106
108
105a
111
102
105b
101
T3
105c
106
132
T2
T2.1
120/126
114
123/127
117
105
113
112
130
131
116a
T2.2
129
116b
124/128
122/127
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Combination light (optional)
T1
T2
Adaptor plate versions
T2.1 Standard
T2.2 Networking
T3
Splash guard, stainless steel or clear PC
(optional)
Spare part
Ref.-No.
Item.-No
101
102
105
105a
105b
105c
106
108a
108b
Control unit with power unit on mounting plate
Spare fuse 1,25A slow, 5x20 mm acc. DIN
1)
Display unit (complete)
Display unit on PCB (circuit board)
1)
Baseplate forfoil
1)
Foil for Display-Unit
1)
Foil for Display-Unit on baseplate (complete)
Cover bottom, (painted)
Cover bottom (Stainless Steel)
109a
Hinge with hinge pin, zinc.
351035
200616
351091
400129
260760
303807
351073
250649
250650
301532
109b
Hinge with hinge pin, Stainless Steel
301824
110
Fixing disc (Stainless Steel)
301530
111a
111b
Cover closed (painted)
Cover closed (Stainless Steel)
250817
250818
112a
Lid for Display-Unit (painted and assembled)
112b
Lid for Display-Unit (painted)
112c
Lid for Display-Unit (Stainless Steel) und assembled)
112d
113
114
115
116a
116b
117
Lid for Display-Unit (Stainless Steel
Closure with locking latch, black
Two-Way-Key
Insulating socket M 5 (1 set = 4 pieces)
Adapting plate "Standard" with seal
Adapting plate with seal
Built-in socket M12, 8-pin A-coded
Screwed cable gland EMV M 16 x 1,5 brass Clamping
area 5-9mm
Screwed cable gland M 20 x 1,5 polyamide
120
121
*
*
351095
260503
301536
300152
350241
350247
260052/301571
200624
Comment
State serial number
State serial number
State serial number
State colour
State colour
not shown
State colour
not show
301653
301306
Clamping area 6,5-9 mm
122
Screw plug M 25 x 1,5 polyamide
301019
123
Screw plug M 20 x 1,5 polyamide
300984
124
Screw plug M 16 x 1,5 polyamide
301018
125
Counter nut M 25 x 1,5 polyamide
300 614
126
Counter nut EMV M 20 x 1,5 brass
301655
127
Counter nut M 20 x 1,5 polyamide
300613
128
Counter nut M 16 x 1,5 polyamide
300612
129
Built-in socket M12, 4-pin D-coded
200625
130a
Splash protection cover PC
350311
130b
Splash protection cover, Stainless Steel
350676
131
Cover for splash protection
*
USB Socket (complete)
351114
132
State serial number
Combination light
200155
140
Base (low) for combination light
200159
141
142
Holder for combination light
380113
* When spare parts are requested, please state serial number, acknowledgement number and detector type!!!
1) Warning: Changing the membrane front plate is very complicated. Please contact our customer service.
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102
105
106
101
104
103
108
110
107
111
113
114-119
109
112
Ref.-No.
101
102
103
106
Spare part
Sensor and control unit
TX unit
1)
RXunit
Spare fuse 315mA slow, 5x20 mm acc.
DIN
Power-Unit (complete).
Protective cover
107
Display-Unit (complete)
104
105
Item.-No
350886
400115
400116
Comment
State the detector serial no
State the detector serial no
State the detector serial no
200616
350885
351108
350888
See drawing
XXX 350888 E
M12 Socket 4-pol. D-coded (ServiceState the detector serial no
200626
interface)
303368
109
Hinge retainer
Detectorfoot
301714
110
111
Washer DIN 125 – A 8,4 - Stainless Steel
301290
Cylinder screw DIN 912 – M8x30112
Stainless Steel
301718
113
Adapting plate, Standard" with seal
350247
Polyamide
114
Screwed cable gland M16 x 1,5
300609
115
Screwed cable gland M20 x 1,5
301306
Polyamide
116
Screw plug M16 x 1,5
301018
Polyamide
117
Screw plug M20 x 1,5
300984
Polyamide
118
Counter nut M16 x 1,5
300612
Polyamide
119
Counter nut M20 x 1,5
300613
Polyamide
1) Exchange only after consulting the Service Dept.
* * When spare parts are requested, please state serial number, acknowledgement number and detector type!!!
108
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10.4 Display cover for Display Unit
108
109
107
105
104
103a
103b
106
102
103
101
104a
Ref.-No.
101
102
103
103a
103b
104
104a
105
106
107
108
Spare part
Cover (Consists of item 102 and mounted items 106
and 103)
Cover (with plastic insert)
1)
Display unit retaining frame (complete)
1)
Display unit retaining frame
1)
Front membrane for display unit
Display-Unit
Display unit with holding frame and membrane front
1)
panel
USB Socket (complete)
1)
Seal
Hinge
Sealing insert
Item.-No
351093
351092
351098
260742
303807
400129
Comment
State serial number
State serial number
351094
351114
303601
301722
302637
* When spare parts are requested, please state serial number, acknowledgement number and detector
type!!!
1) Warning: Changing the membrane front plate is very complicated. Please contact our customer service.
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10.5 SlimLine / C- Coil AMD07
103
101
110c
110d
107
105b
110a
110b
105a
108a
106
108b
108c
104
Ref.-No.
101
103
104
105a
105b
106
107
108a
108b
108c
110
110a
110b
110c
110d
Spare part
Sensor-Unit
TX unit
1)
RXunit
Reducer M20x1,5 to M16x1,5
Blanking plug M20 x 1,5 - MS
Screwed cable gland M 16 x 1,5 - MS (EMV)
Retaining strip for SlimLine
Coil base for C Coil
Washer DIN 125 – A 8,4 VA
Cylinder screw DIN 912 M8x30 - VA
Cover (complete)
Cover
Seal
Sealing insert M5
Raised countersunk head screw with cross slot
M5x30 A2
Item.-No
*
*
*
301687
300616
301653
380157
301714
301290
301718
350870
260509
303438
302637
Comment
State serial number
State serial number
State serial number
303564
Exchange only after consulting the Service Dept.
* When spare parts are requested, please state serial number, acknowledgement number and detector
type!!!
1)
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11 Appendix
11.1 Access codes
Please keep this number in a safe place and do not give it
to unauthorized persons!
These access codes are preset in the factory for the users:
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QM
2077
User
2314
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