Run Screens. Graco 313997B, HFR

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Run Screens

Run Screens

Run screens are divided into five major sections: status, errors, events, and maintenance. The following diagram demonstrates the flow of the Run screens beginning with the Home screen.

Home Status Errors #1

Errors #2

Errors #...

Events #1

Events #2

Events #...

Maintenance

F IG . 15: Run Screens Navigation Diagram

Home Screen

The Home screen is the first screen that displays in the

Run screens. It shows the current fluid pressure on the

A (Red) and B (Blue) fluid outlets of the pump and if there are any active errors. If tanks are installed in the system, the fill level is shown on each tank.

To select an operating mode, press the Select Mode button repeatedly until the desired mode is shown then press the Enter button to select the mode.

Alternately, press the Select Mode button and use the up and down arrow keys until the desired mode is shown, then press the Enter button to select the mode. The available operating modes are operator, sequence, shot, standby, night, and disabled.

* Supply tanks shown for reference only. Your system may not include supply tanks.

Icon Function

Select mode.

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Home Screen, Standby Mode

In Standby Mode, the user can enable heating, park the pumps, refill the tanks, circulate materials

Home Screen, Shot Mode

This mode allows the user to select one of 100 pre-

defined shot numbers. See Shots Screen on page 43

for information about editing shot definitions.

To use a predefined shot:

1.

Enter shot mode.

2.

Press and use the numeric keypad to enter the desired shot number.

3.

Press the Enter button ber.

to select the shot num-

4.

Press the dispense button to begin dispensing.

Icon Function

Select mode

Set system in park (icon will be selected when system is parked)

Open, Close Valve

A (Red) and B (Blue) refill button

(Press to start/abort refill)

Move L-Head Cleanout Rod

With a mix head installed: Turns on the mix head hydraulics and puts the machine in low pressure circulation.

With a Fusion gun: Stalls the system at pressure.

Press a second time to turn off instigated system action.

Target

Flow/Pressure

Ratio

Icon

OR

Target dispense amount (time/volume/weight depending on Dispense Mode)

Function

Select mode

Dispense

Jump in and use the key pad to select a shot number.

A (Red) and B (Blue) refill button

(Press to start/abort refill)

Move L-Head Cleanout Rod

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Home Screen, Sequence Mode

This mode allows the user to select one of five sequences (A-E). The progress bar on the bottom of the screen shows the progress of a shot dispensing from

the selected sequence. See Sequences Screen on page 43 for information about editing sequence defini-

tions.

To use a predefined sequence:

1.

Ensure that the machine is in Sequence Mode.

2.

Press the sequence letter/position selection button.

3.

Use the left and right arrows to toggle between letter and position selection. When selecting a sequence letter (A-E), use the up and down arrow keys to scroll through the available letters. When selecting a sequence position, type in the desired position with the numeric keypad. The system will reject invalid letter/position selections.

4.

Press the enter key to accept the sequence letter/position.

5.

Press the Dispense button to begin dispensing.

Icon Function

Skip the next shot in selected sequence. Only available when the system is not dispensing.

Abort sequence and reset to first valid position

A (Red) and B (Blue) refill button

(Press to start/abort refill)

Move L-Head Cleanout Rod

Home Screen, Operator Mode

This mode allows users to set a pressure or flow rate to dispense material without using predefined shot information. Pressure or flow rate availability is dependent

on the Control Mode selection, see System Screen 2 on page 46.

To edit the pressure or flow rate, press the button.

The value to change will now be highlighted. Type the new value then press the Enter button

Press the button to exit editing mode.

to accept it.

The machine will begin dispensing at the set pressure or flow rate when the dispense button is pressed and will stop dispensing when it is pressed again. If a foot switch is installed, the machine will dispense

Target

Flow/Pressure

Ratio

Target dispense amount (time/volume/weight depending on Dispense Mode)

Ratio

Operator

Setting

Icon

OR

Function

Select mode

Dispense

Jump in to select sequence letter and position.

A (Red) resettable material counter

B (Blue) resettable material counter

Total of resettable material counters

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Icon Function

Select mode.

Dispense

Edit Operator Dispense Setting

Lock Dispense Valve Closed

(Press to lock the valved closed during a dispense. Used to circulate through the material manifold back to the tank

(the Pressure Relief/Dispense Valves will need to be in the relief position).

A (Red) and B (Blue) refill button

(Press to start/abort refill)

Move L-Head Cleanout Rod

Home Screen, Night Mode

In Night Mode, the system will cycle on and off periodically. The recirculation on/off cycle begins automatically upon entering Night Mode. See

Conditioning Screen 3 on page 50.

Icon Function

With a mix head installed: Turns on the mix head hydraulics and puts the machine in low pressure circulation.

With a Fusion gun: Stalls the system at pressure.

Press a second time to turn off instigated system action.

Home Screen, Disabled Mode

When this mode is selected, the machine will not be able to dispense or condition (heat/cool) material. The setup screens cannot be accessed while in Disabled mode. Use the Select mode button to exit Disabled mode.

Icon

Select mode

Function

Icon Function

Select mode

Move L-Head Cleanout Rod

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Status Screen

The status screen provides all of the operational functionality of the Home screen except for operating mode selection. Refer to the Home screen and operating mode descriptions for information on this functionality.

In addition to the functionality provided by the Home screen, the Status screen also provides material conditioning information and control.

Status Screen, Conditioning Control

This screen allows users to turn on and off heat zones individually or all at once. The grey circles indicate that a zone is off and green circles indicate that a zone is on.

When a zone is on it is actively controlling temperature.

To turn a single zone on/off:

1.

Press to enter the Conditioning Control screen.

2.

Use the arrows keys to navigate to the desired zone.

3.

Press to turn the selected zone on. When a zone is on, the button will be selected. Press the button again to turn the zone off.

To turn all zones on/off:

1.

Press to enter the Conditioning Control screen.

2.

Press the to turn on all zones. When all zones are on, the button will be selected. Press the button again to turn all zones off.

Icon Function

Current and setpoint temperature for primary heater. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for heated hose. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for tank blanket. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for chiller. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Press to enter the Conditioning Control screen

All zones shown for reference. Only four zones may be active at one time.

Icon Function

Current and setpoint temperature for primary heater. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for heated hose. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for tank blanket. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for chiller. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

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Icon Function

Turn on or off the highlighted zone.

Turn on or off all zones.

Errors Screens

This screen shows users a list of errors that have occurred in the system. Each error entry includes a description and error code along with a date and time stamp. There are 5 pages, each holding 10 errors. The

50 most recent errors are shown.

Refer to the Troubleshooting section on page 77 for a

detailed description of all of the system errors.

Maintenance Screen 1

This screen displays historical information for each pump in the system. The Batch counters are resettable and count both material usage and pump cycles. The

Total counters are not resettable by the user. They also count both material usage and pump cycles. For material usage counters, units are displayed next to the volume/weight indicator icons.

To erase a batch counter, press the Enter Screen button and navigate to the field to be erased. Press the Erase

Single button to erase that data point. Alternatively, the

Erase All button may be pressed to erase all of the batch data points simultaneously.

Events Screens

This screen shows users a list of events that have occurred in the system. Each event includes a description and event code along with a date and time stamp.

There are 20 pages, each holding 10 events. The 200 most recent events are shown.

Refer to the Troubleshooting section on page 77 for a

detailed description of all of the system events.

Icon Function

Amount of material moved through pump (volume tracking)

Cycles

Weight

Erase a single batch

Erase all batch data points

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