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Appendix B - ADM Setup Screens Overview

Appendix B - ADM Setup Screens Overview

The ADM will start in the Run screens at the “Home” screen. From the Run screens, press to access the

Setup screens. If the Setup screens password is turned on, use the ADM keypad to enter the password then press .

From the Setup screens, press to access the Run screens. For Run screens information, see

Appendix C

- ADM Run Screens Overview on page 82. F

IG . 22 shows the flow of the Setup screens.

Shot #1

Shot #2

Sequences #1

Sequences #2

Shot #...

Sequences #...

Calibration System #1

System #2

System #3

Maintenance Supply Conditioning #1

Conditioning #2

Conditioning #3

Advanced #1

Advanced #2

Advanced #...

F IG . 22: Setup Screens Navigation Diagram

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Shots Screen

This screen allows the user to edit shot definitions. The contents of this screen change based on the Dispense and Control Mode selections. Shots may be defined by pressure or flow rate depending upon the Control Mode selection and by time (duration), volume, or weight depending upon the Dispense Mode selection. See System Screen #1 for Control and Dispense Mode options.

See Home Screen, Shot Mode on page 83 for information on how to use predefined shots.

NOTE: 100 shot definition are available across ten pages.

To edit a shot definition:

1.

Press then use the arrow keys to navigate to the desired value.

Due to variation in material properties, the

Δ

column gives the ability to adjust the shot time/volume/weight for each defined shot.

NOTE: If the

Δ

column is used, it is recommended that a minimum of 5 shots are dispensed, measured and averaged for each dispense before entering a value for the

Δ

column.

Time Based Example:

A 75 cc/s shot is defined to dispense for 2 seconds.

2.

Type the new value then press to accept the new value.

3.

If desired, press to quickly enter the same value for the rate and time/volume/weight.

4.

Repeat step 2 as required.

1.

Dispense 5 shots into 5 separate containers.

2.

Measure the dispensed amount and record the data.

Shot

1

2

3

4

5

Example 1

Dispensed Volume

(cc)

146.2

146.4

145.6

145.8

146.0

Example 2

Dispensed Volume

(cc)

156.2

156.4

155.6

155.8

156.0

3.

Calculate the average of the 5 shots.

Example 1 = 146cc

Example 2 = 156cc

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4.

Use the following formula to calculate the

Δ

column value.

((Flow Rate x Time) - Average Volume)

Flow Rate

Example 1:

((75cc/sec x 2sec) - 146cc)

75 cc/sec

= 0.053 sec

Example 2:

((75cc/sec x 2sec) - 156cc)

75 cc/sec

= -0.08 sec

Volume/Weight Based Example:

A 75 cc/s shot is defined to dispense for 75 cc.

5.

Enter the calculated value in the

Example 1:

Example 2:

Δ

column.

1.

Dispense 5 shots into 5 separate containers.

2.

Measure the dispensed amount and record the data.

Shot

3

4

1

2

5

Example 3

Dispensed Volume

(cc)

72.2

72.4

72.6

72.8

72.5

3.

Calculate the average of the 5 shots.

Example 3 = 72.5cc

4.

Use the following formula to calculate the

Δ

column value.

(Requested Amount - Actual Amount)

Example 3:

(75cc - 72.5cc = 2.5cc)

NOTE: Depending on the dispensed volume average, the

Δ

column may be either a positive or negative value.

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5.

Enter the calculated value in the

Δ

column.

Example 3:

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Sequences Screen

This screen allows the user to edit sequence information. The contents of this screen change based on the

Dispense and Control Mode selections.

Dispense detail is shown as volume, time, or weight depending on which Dispense Mode is selected. See

System Screen 1 on page 73 for Dispense Mode

options. See Home Screen, Sequence Mode

on

page 84 for information on how to use predefined

sequences.

NOTE: Five sequences with 20 positions each are available across 10 pages.

To edit a sequence:

1.

Press the Enter screen button then use the arrow keys to navigate to the desired value.

2.

Type the new value then press the Enter button to accept the new value.

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Calibration Screen, Main

This screen shows calibration information for the system and provides access to other calibration screens. See

Calibrate HFR on page 48 for how to use the calibration

screens to calibrate the machine.

The date next to each key represents the last time that calibration was performed.

The “Cal. Min” and “Cal. Max” values are the system recognized extreme ends of piston travel. See Calibration Screen, Learn Mode .

Calibration Screen, Learn Mode

This screen allows the user to calibrate piston position.

The piston can be moved to the left and right to obtain

the full range of motion. See Calibrate HFR on page 48

for how to use this screen to calibrate the machine.

Current position

Previously saved left position

Previously saved right position

Press to the left.

and then to move the pump all the way

Press to go to the Calibration Screen, Learn

Mode screen.

Press to erase the motor control database in the motor control module.

Press to the right.

and then to move the pump all the way

Press to return to the Calibration Screen, Main .

This saves the new left and right numbers.

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System Screen 1

NOTE: Not all of the following modes may be available depending on the dispense valve selected.

This screen allows the user to set important system settings specific to what dispense applicator has been selected. Control Mode can be set to Pressure or Flow.

With Control Mode set to Pressure, the machine will adjust dispense flow rate in order to maintain the requested pressure. With Control Mode set to Flow, the machine will dispense at a continuous flow rate regardless of pressure fluctuations unless pressure alarm conditions occur.

Dispense Mode can be set to Time, Volume, or Weight.

Dispense Mode controls how displayed amounts are measured. If Dispense Mode is set to Weight, then the machine dispenses until the desired weight of material is dispensed. See

Calibrate HFR on page 48 for more

information.

Pump sizes and inlet pressures must be entered on this screen.

If pump sizes and inlet pressures are not entered properly, system performance will be affected. The inlet pressure must be set to the maximum feed pressure that will be seen by that side of the machine.

The maximum working pressure for the machine is displayed on this screen. The maximum working pressure is dependent on the installed hoses and dispense valve.

The maximum working pressure is set to the lowest rated system component. If 2000 psi hoses are installed and the maximum working pressure displayed is not

2000 psi, see HFR repair/parts manual for instructions to set the maximum working pressure for hoses. If the installed dispense valve rating is below the maximum working pressure shown here, verify the correct dispense valve is selected on System Screen 2.

System Screen 2

This screen allows the user to set the Gel Timer properties and set which items are installed on the machine.

When enabling the Gel Timer, the user must select one of the 100 available shot definitions to use as the Gel

Shot. This shot will be dispensed when the Idle Period expires. The Idle Period will begin after a dispense is completed. Any dispense operation in the middle of the timer countdown will reset the Idle Period counter. The system will generate an audible alarm based upon the user Alarm setting. The alarm will sound the user-entered number of seconds before the Idle Period expires.

The hydraulic level sensor and hydraulic RTD for both the pump line and mix head must be marked as enabled when installed in the system. If the sensors are not marked as enabled, they will be ignored by the machine controls.

Select the dispense valve installed in the system. This selection is critical to ensure proper operation of the machine. When a mix head is selected, button will become activewhen the is pressed. When active, pressing this button will open a screen used to define the mix head operating parameters. See the Mix Head

Operating Details Screen on page 74.

Selecting the dispense valve will limit the system maximum working pressure to the maximum working pressure of the dispense valve. See System Screen 1 on page 73.

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Mix Head Operating Details Screen

This screen allows the user to define the mix head operating parameters.

• Low Pressure Circulation: The percentage of setpoint at which the system will run during low pressure circulation.

• Pre-Dispense Circulation: The time for which the system will circulate at high pressure prior to dispensing when the dispense command is triggered while the system is in low pressure circulation.

• Post-Dispense Circulation: The time duration that the system will remain in high pressure circulation after a dispense before dropping into low pressure circulation.

• Idle Position: Applies to an L-Head only. The position of the clean out rod when the mix head is idle.

• Clean Out Open: Applies to an L-Head only. The amount of time the clean out rod will remain open immediately after the completion of a dispense.

• Clean Out Closed: Applies to an L-Head in a Normally Open configuration only. The amount of time the clean out rod will remain closed when it closes after the completion of a dispense (after the clean out open time delay).

• Anti-Seize Delay: Applies to an L-Head in a Normally Closed configuration only. After a shot occurs and the cleanout piston closes, the first anti-seize delay will count down then the cleanout piston will open and close to break loose from any curing material. The second anti-seize timer will then begin counting down and the cleanout piston will open and close again to break loose from any remaining curing material. If a shot occurs before both anti-seize timers elapse, the anti-seize timers restart.

System Screen 3

This screen allows the user to edit the labels for the A

(Red) and B (Blue) sides of the machine. The labels set for the A (Red) and B (Blue) sides of the machine are displayed throughout the screens. Labels are limited to five characters.

To edit a label:

1.

Press .

2.

To edit the A (Red) label,

To edit the B (Blue) label,

press .

press the down arrow then press . The keyboard will appear on the screen. See Keyboard Screen on page 75.

3.

Use arrow keys to select the desired letter and press to accept the letter. To erase all text, press the Eraser softkey. To go back one letter, press the

Back Arrow softkey.

4.

When finished entering the new label, press the button twice.

The pressure imbalance setting may be set from this screen. Pressure imbalance is the allowable difference in pressure between the two materials before an alarm is triggered. The input range is 250-2000 psi (2-14 MPa,

17-138 bar).

The flowmeter types are defined on this screen. The ratio deviation value is the allowable percentage before the machine displays a pop-up notification. The ratio alarm value is the allowable percentage difference before the machine will stop a dispense.

This screen allows the user to enter material specific gravities.

Pressure

Imbalance

Setting

Press to go back to the System Screen 2 .

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Keyboard Screen

This screen is used to edit the A (Red) and B (Blue) labels on the ADM. Use arrow keys to select the desired letter and press to accept the letter.

Maintenance Screen

This screen shows shot number, sequence position, and dispense valve counters. Press and navigate to the drop down box. Press and scroll to a range of counters to view. Press again to select the range of counters and display them on the screen.

Counters may be erased individually. Navigate to the counter you want to erase and press . Alternatively, each counter displayed on the page may be erased simultaneously by pressing .

1.

Use arrow keys to select the desired letter and press to accept the letter. To erase all text, press

. To delete one letter, press cursor one letter to the left, press

. To move the

. To move the cursor one letter to the right, press the letters from upper/lower case, press

. To toggle

.

2.

When finished entering the new label, press .

Flow Meter Calibration

Refer to the HFR Flow Meter Kits manual for instructions on how to calibrate the flow meters.

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Supply Screen

This screen allows the user to specify the operating parameters for off-board, integrated tanks and indicate which positions have level sensors installed. See the

Tank Feed Systems manual for information about installing level sensors, see

Related Manuals on page 3. The

user may select from the following refill settings: Disabled, Monitor, Manual, Auto Top-Off, Auto Full-Volume.

NOTE: Use the “Disabled” setting if off-board tanks are not installed.

The following describes system operation when each tank mode is selected.

• Disabled

• Disables tank operation

• Monitor

• The top sensor generates a high level deviation and the bottom sensor generates a low level alarm

• Refill is not supported, no button is provided on the run screens to initiate refill

• Errors will clear when the corresponding condition clears

• Manual

• The low level sensor will generate a low level alarm

• A button is provided to the user on the run screens to instigate a manual refill operation at any time

• Manual refill will run until either the high level sensor sees material, the user aborts the refill via the refill button on the run screens, or the refill time-out expires

• The low level alarm will clear when the condition clears

• Auto Top-Off

• The low level sensor will generate a low level alarm

• When the high level sensor does not see material, automatic refill will begin and continue until either the high level sensor sees material or until the refill time-out expires

• The low level alarm will clear when the condition clears

• A button is provided to the user on the run screens to instigate an automatic refill operation at any time, this button can also be used to abort a refill operation

• Auto Full-Volume

• The low level sensor will initiate an automatic refill when it does not see material

• Automatic refill will continue until either the high level sensor sees material or until the refill time-out expires

• The low level alarm will clear when the condition clears

• A button is provided to the user on the run screens to instigate an automatic refill operation at any time, this button can also be used to abort a refill operation

Refill Setting

If a refill setting other than Disabled is selected, the user must set at least two level sensor locations as installed by checking the check box on the screen. If all three locations are set to installed, the system will default to the Auto-Top Off refill setting and operate as follows:

• The low level sensor will generate a low level alarm.

• The high level sensor will generate a high level deviation and abort any automatic refill operation.

• When the middle sensor is not satisfied, automatic refill will begin and will run until either the middle sensor is satisfied, the high level sensor generates a deviation (if the middle sensor fails), or the refill time-out expires.

• The low level alarm and the high level deviation will clear when the condition clears.

• A button is provided to the user on the Run screens to instigate an automatic refill operation at any time.

This button can also be used to abort a refill operation.

Refill Timeout

The refill time-out setting may be set by the user as a means to abort the refill in the case of a high level sensor failure. When an automatic refill begins, the time-out counter will begin to count down. If the timer expires before the high level sensor is satisfied, the refill will abort.

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Refill Sensor Type

The Low-Temp Sensor setting limits tank temperatures to 150°F (66°C). And the High-Temp Sensor setting limits tank temperatures to 190°F (88°C).

NOTICE

If you are using low temperature sensors and select the High-Temp Sensor setting and set the temperature above 150°F (66°C), damage to the level sensors will occur.

Conditioning Screen 1

This screen allows the user to select which temperature conditioning components are installed in the system.

Check the box next to the component type for the appropriate side of the system to indicate that a component is installed. A maximum of four components may be selected. A maximum of four components and two monitoring zones may be selected.

Conditioning Screen 2

This screen shows the fluid path for the temperature conditioning components and temperature setpoints for each component.

NOTE: If tank blanket heaters or inline heaters are installed along with hose heat, the hose heat setting will be limited to at or below the inline or tank heat setting.

NOTE: All components are shown installed for reference only. Only 4 components can be installed at one time.

To edit the temperature setpoint and alarms for a particular component:

1.

Press then use the arrow keys to navigate to the component you wish to edit.

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2.

Press to display the setpoint and alarm values associated with that component.

Conditioning Screen 3

This screen allows the user to configure Night Mode operation. In Night Mode, the system will cycle on and off periodically or turn on at a preset time. Press and select periodic or time schemes.

When the system is in Night Mode and in an “On” cycle, the system will circulate in low pressure. The installed conditioning zones will be on and controlling to their respective setpoints. When the system is in Night Mode and in an “Off” cycle, the system will be idle. The system will not be circulating, and the conditioning zones will not be actively controlling temperature. When in Night

Mode, supply tanks will not fill.

3.

Edit the setpoint and alarm values and then press to return to Conditioning Screen 2 .

NOTE: The high alarm and low alarm values must be at least +/-9 ° F (5 ° C) than the material temperature value.

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Time Based Night Mode Conditioning Screen

This screen allows the user to set a specific time each day to turn the machine on or off. The times can be set on or off by either each day separately, Monday through

Friday where each day has the same on or off times, or

Sunday through Saturday where each day has the same on or off times. The days can be selected by pressing the left or right arrow keys once entered into the screen.

NOTE: If times are entered in the weekly schedule, individual days can not be erased.

Cold Start Up Mode

Allows the user to select what mode the machine will enter once the cold start-up is complete. Selecting no change will leave the machine in either standby or night modes circulating at the set low pressure percentage.

Auto High Pressure

Changes the machine to high pressure circulation when the mode is changed from either standby or night modes.

Calender Time Based Night Mode Conditioning

Screen

This screen shows a summary of Time Based Night

Mode on or off times that were set by the Time Based

Night Mode Conditioning Screen .

To set the on/off machine times:

1.

Press to enter the screen

2.

Press left or right arrow keys to highlight the day selection column. Continue to press the left or right arrow keys to select the desired day, work week

(Monday thru Friday), or full week (Sunday thru Saturday) duration.

3.

Press the up or down arrow keys to select the desired hour to schedule the on or off machine times.

4.

Press to enter the selected hour and select the desired time (15 minute increments) for either machine on or off to occur.

5.

Press and select either on or off for the time duration selected.

Bar Color

Green

Red

Description

Machine is ON

Machine is OFF

6.

To erase times, repeat steps 1 thru 3 and press once the desired time duration has been selected.

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Advanced Screen 1

This screen allows the user to set the language, date format, current date, time, setup screens password, screen saver delay, and turn on or off silent mode.

Advanced Screen 3

• Time: formatted in 24 hour time.

• Password: Enables the setup screens to be password protected. Entering “0000” disables the feature.

• Screen Saver: Enter the amount of time until the backlight turns off. Entering “0” leave it constantly on.

• Silent Mode: Check this box to turn off the buzzer for key presses.

Advanced Screen 2

This screen allows the user to set the units of measure.

This screen allows the user to control the availability of some key system features.

• Disable Dispensing From Display: Check this box to disable dispensing from the ADM. A footswitch, dispense valve trigger, or other external signal will be the only way to initiate a dispense.

• Disable Modifying Temp Setpoint: Check this box to disable modifying temperature setpoints from the

Run screens. This is only applicable if temperature control items are installed and enabled.

• Disable Operator Mode Adjustments: When this box is checked, the user will not be able to adjust the dispense settings in Operator Mode.

• Low Heater Temp Disables Dispense: When this box is checked, the system will reject dispense requests when any enabled heat zones are below their setpoint.

• High Chiller Temp Disables Dispense: When this box is checked, the system will disable dispensing when any enabled chiller zones are above their setpoint.

• Operator Mode Cavitation Alarm: Check this box to enable cavitation alarms in Operator Mode. Clear this box to disable cavitation alarms in Operator

Mode.

• Complete Dispense with Setpoint Error: When this box is checked, the shot will continue dispensing even if the system never reaches the desired setpoint.

• Enable Shot Aborted Notification: When this box is checked, a pop-up notification will be displayed when a shot is aborted.

• Enable Ratio Check Weight Mode Entry: This option is for machines without flow meters. When this box is checked, after any ratio check shot a popup window will appear asking the user to enter the dispensed weights. Press the Cancel button to abort the entry or press the Enter button to record the new values.

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Advanced Screen 4

• Enable Diagnostic Screen: Check this box to enable the optional ADM screens, enabling USB log downloading, and erasing USB logs. For more infor-

mation about USB operation, see Appendix F -

USB Operation on page 102. For more information

about the optional screens, see Diagnostic screen on page 87.

• Low Material Disables Dispense: When this box is checked, the current dispense will terminate and prevent additional dispenses when the supply system indicates a low level.

Advanced Screen 5

Appendix B - ADM Setup Screens Overview

Numbers shown are for reference only and may be different on your system.

This screen displays software information.

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