Run Mode Screens. Graco 332562F, ProMix® PD2K Electronic Proportioner

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Run Mode Screens. Graco 332562F, ProMix® PD2K Electronic Proportioner | Manualzz

Run Mode Screens

grayed-out on the screens are not currently active.

At power up, the Graco logo will display for approximately 5 seconds, followed by the Home screen.

Figure 14 Splash Screen

The Home screen displays the current status of the system. The following table details the information shown.

To view pump flow rates and pressures

(as shown), select “Diagnostic Mode” on

System Screen 1, page 40

.

Figure 15 Home Screen, in Mix Mode with

Diagnostics On

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A

B

Date and Time

Menu Bar

C

D

Status Bar

Error Status

Run Mode Screens

See

Advanced Screen 1, page 68 , to set.

Run Screens. Use left and right arrow keys to scroll through the different Run screens:

• Home (shown in Diagnostic Mode)

• Spray (see

Spray Screen, page 35 )

• Fill (see

Fill Screen, page 36

)

• Potlife (present only when “Multiple Guns is selected on

System Screen 3, page 43

. See also

Information for Systems with Multiple Guns, page 44 .

• Usage (see

Usage Screen, page 37 )

• Jobs (see

Jobs Screen, page 38 )

• Errors (see

Errors Screen, page 38 )

• Events (see

Events Screen, page 38 )

System Status: Displays the current mode of operation:

• Pump Off • Change Recipe

• Standby

• Startup

• Mix (Dispense for 1K Mode)

• Fill

• Purge

• Shutdown

• Idle

• Prime Pump

• Calibrate

• Stall Test

• Maintenance Test

Displays any active error code.

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E

M

N

P

K

L

H

J

F

G

S

T

Pump Animation and

Diagnostic Information

Pump Number (1–4)

Material (A or B)

Available Colors

Pump Inlet Color

Pump Inlet Pressure

Pump Flow Rate

Pump Outlet Color

Pump Outlet Pressure

Pump Indicator Light

• Clear = power off

• Yellow = standby

• Green = active

Solvent Flow Rate

Gun Animation

Y

Z

W

X

U

V

Active Recipe ( )

Current Ratio ( ) (not shown in 1K Mode)

Potlife Time Remaining ( )

Total Volume for the Current

Job ( )

Current Flow Rate ( )

Current Pressure ( )

Shows solvent flow rate, if a solvent meter is attached.

Shows mixed material in gun and displays active recipe at gun.

Gun animation changes to show:

(Mix Fill) • (Gun Purge in GFB)

(Mix With Air Flow) • (Purged Gun in

Standby, in GFB)

(Recipe Standby)

• (Solvent Standby)

(Purge)

• (Mix With No Air Flow)

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Run Mode Screens

The Spray screen displays the following information:

• Active Recipe (can be changed on this screen)

• Target Ratio (not shown in 1K Mode)

• Actual Ratio (not shown in 1K Mode)

• Target Pressure (can be changed on this screen)

• Actual Pressure

• Actual Flow

• Potlife Remaining

• Gun Animation

Figure 17 Spray Screen, in Mix Mode

Figure 16 Spray Screen, in Standby Mode

Figure 18 Spray Screen, in Idle Mode

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The Fill screen displays the following information for the pump assigned to the current color:

• Material. Select Color (A), Catalyst (B), or Solvent.

The pump animation at the top of the screen will show the selected material. If solvent is selected, enter the pump number in the box to the right.

• Flush Line (only for systems with color change).

Select this box if you want to flush the specified material line with solvent. The system uses flush sequence 1.

Prime and Fill the System, page 27 .

Press the Pre-Fill softkey to “prime” the pump without flushing or expelling any material unnecessarily.

1.

Press the Edit softkey for editing.

to open the screen

2.

Select Color (A).

3.

Enter the color number in the box to the right.

4.

If the selected material is not already loaded, press the Prime softkey . The system will prime Color (A) into the selected pump through the selected color valve and out the outlet dump valve.

5.

Press the Fill softkey . The system will attempt to fill the Color (A) lines until the user presses Stop container.

. Trigger the gun into a waste

6.

Repeat for Catalyst (B).

Flush the System, page 30

.

Figure 19 Fill Screen, Color (A) Selected

Figure 20 Fill Screen, Solvent Selected

1.

Press the Edit softkey for editing.

to open the screen

2.

Select Solvent.

3.

Enter the pump number in the box to the right.

4.

Press the Prime softkey . The system will flush solvent through the selected pump and out the dump valve.

The pump pre-fill option is available for pumps that have color change, but only a single material (color or catalyst). The pre-fill option may be used for pumps that remain filled with material when the system was powered down.

Figure 21 Fill Screen, Pre-Fill Pump Option

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The first Usage screen displays the current job usage and grand total usage of component A, B, A+B, and solvent (S). The second Usage screen displays the total volume pumped for all available materials.

not shown.

1.

Press the Edit softkey for editing.

to open the screen

2.

To enter or change the User ID ( ), select the field to open the User ID Keyboard screen, and enter the desired name (10 characters maximum).

3.

To log the current job, press the Job Complete softkey . This will clear the current usage fields and increment to the next job number.

The Grand Totals cannot be cleared. See the

Jobs Screen, page 38

, to review past jobs.

Figure 23 Usage Screen, 1K Mode

4.

Press the Edit softkey to close the screen.

Figure 24 User ID Keyboard Screen

Figure 22 Usage Screen

Figure 25 Usage Log

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The Jobs screen displays the 200 most recent job numbers, recipes, and A+B volumes in a log, with date, time, and User ID.

first press the Enter key to enter edit mode.

The first error will be highlighted. Using the Up and Down arrow keys, navigate to the desired error code, press the Enter key again. (See

System Errors, page 76

for more information on the troubleshooting information screens.)

Figure 26 Jobs Screen

Figure 28 Errors Screen

The Errors screen displays the 200 most recent Error

Codes in a log, with date, time, and description.

The Events screen displays the 200 most recent

Event Codes in a log, with date, time, and description.

Figure 27 Errors Screen

Additional information is available for system errors to assist with troubleshooting. To access this information for a system error that has occurred,

Figure 29 Events Screen

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