Command station DO 2000 / DO 2001
Function "actuating element" Function "support beam" Function "oscillation " Function "multi
1. Function 2. Keys and displays 3. Operation
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Command station DO 2000 / DO 2001 Explanation of symbols ? = jobs to be performed = important information and instructions
Command station DO 2000 / DO 2001 is designed to operate a digital guider. The following operations are possible with command station DO 2000 / DO 2001: - actuating element operation - support beam operation - oscillation operation - multi operation The command station consists of a housing and command unit ZC 4070. Command station DO 2000 with cover is for mounting in a control console or cabinet, command station DO 2001 with desktop housing for mounting in the ?eld.
2. Keys and displays
"HELP" key If necessary, press the "HELP" key to start the online help function. Special settings, e.g. address setting, are also started using this key. If the green LED lights up in the key, a help request or special setting is possible. A ?ashing yellow LED indicates a warning, although the guider is still operational, the "HELP" key should be pressed to initiate an error query. Alarm display If a system error occurs (e.g. temperature error, defective CAN line etc.), the alarm display lights up and the error may be queried via the "HELP" key (see "Operation" section). Text display The text display can display letters, numbers and symbols. Menu guidance is performed, to some extent, in the required foreign language.
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Command station DO 2000 / DO 2001 Function keys "F 1", "F 2", "F 3", "F 4" Depending on the devices used, the following functions may be selected via the "F 1" to "F 4" keys: F 1 Switch between sensors or between drives Switches between left sensor, right sensor and both sensors on the operating panel for the web guider. When using a colored line sensor, use "F 1" to switch between light line, dark line and color contrast. On the operating panel for the support beam it is possible to switch between left drive, right drive and both drives. F 2 Switch between operating panels The "F 2" key can be used to switch between the existing operating panels. F 3 Oscillation The oscillation stroke (amplitude) and time are set here. F 4 Multi-operation Using the multi-operation function, key "F 4", up to 8 control loops may be operated by just one command station DO 200. . The groups that are to be operated simultaneously are selected in menu "F 4". Values (web offset, web width etc.) may be displayed by one of these selected groups.
"Increase value" / "Decrease value “key A web offset may be set via these keys in automatic mode. In manual mode, the actuating element or positioning carriage may be shifted to the left/right. Variable numbers, e.g. parameters, parameter values etc. may be changed. Shortly before reaching the end position, the display in the appropriate key ?ashes, once the actuating element reaches its end position, the display lights up. Simultaneous pressing effects a reset of the web offset to "0" in automatic mode, a jump back to the start of the parameter list or in the parameter itself, the parameter value will be set to 0. "Acknowledge" key The entered values are adopted (stored) via the "Acknowledge" key. With regard to the function of the key, it is comparable to the ENTER key on a PC.
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Command station DO 2000 / DO 2001 "Automatic" key If the "Automatic" key is pressed, the green display will light up on the key. If the display ?ashes, the guider block signal is supplied and automatic mode inhibited. The function of the "Automatic" key depends on the setup settings in parameters ".9.9. >operatorkey con?g" and ".1.1. >osc. trigger mode" of device X.5 (master device). Amongst others, automatic mode may mean: a. Guiding by the web center, an edge, line or colour contrast If the automatic key is pressed, the web guider controls according to the signals of the selected sensors. Both sensors must be selected for guiding by the web center. b. Hybrid (machine center) If the automatic key is pressed, all support beams and sensors are selected, the web guider controls according to the machine center (automatic hybrid mode). c. Oscillation The "Oscillation" function must be set in parameter ".1.1. >osc. trigger mode" in the master device address X.5 and may be selected in addition to operating modes a. and b.. In oscillation mode, the web is moved in parallel to the left and right. "Center mode" key If the "center mode" key is pressed, the actuating element moves itself to the stored center position. While advancing to the center position, the display ?ashes. Once the center position is reached, the display on the push button lights up. "Manual mode" key If the "manual mode" key is pressed, the display on the push button lights up, the actuating element may be moved to the left or right via the "Increase/Decrease value" keys. In "Support beam" mode the positioning carriage may be moved to the left/right via the "Increase/Decrease value" keys.
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Command station DO 2000 / DO 2001
Operation depends on applied equipment combination and is described in basic terms only below. Detailed system operation is speci?ed in the system operating manual, operation section. Only insert the web when the web guider and processing machine are switched off. Risk of injury! When networking two or more digital controllers each individual control loop for which the following operation sequence is to be valid must be selected via the "multi-command" function prior to operation. If only one controller is featured, omit section 3.1. ? Enable web guider operating voltage If the message (can net load error bad device list) is being displayed when the device is switched on, acknowledge by pressing key "Acknowledge" and the command station will change to the normal operating mode. The procedure as listed in sub-chapter "Storing parameter values" of commissioning should now be repeated. The renewed storing of the parameter values should keep the device from displaying this message when it is switched on.
3.1 Multi-command (if featured) ? Select multi-operation menu Press "F 4" to start the multi-operation menu. All groups featured will be displayed.
? Select group Via the "Decrease value" key each group may now be selected by the selection bar. A tick displayed in front of a group indicates that the latter has been selected for subsequent operation. To set a tick, press "F 4" and press again to remove ticks. Select the individual groups one after another via the "Decrease value" key and make your selection. ? Quit multi-operation menu Press "Acknowledge" to quit the multi-operation menu.
The group selected by the selection bar prior to quitting the menu is now selected as user group. The ?rst number indicated in the "Group" display represents the user group. The remaining numbers indicate the groups selected.
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Command station DO 2000 / DO 2001 3.2 Actuating element ? Select actuating element menu Press "F 2" until the following symbol displayed beside the key.
(actuating element) is
? Select center mode The web control is switched off, the web guider positions itself at the set center position. Before inserting a new web always set the actuating element to "center" mode ?rst. ? Set web offset to "0" Press the "Increase/Decrease value" keys at the same time.
? Select guiding mode Use "F 1" to switch from web edge (left/right edge sensor) to web center (both sensors). The web edge (left/right edge sensor) depends on the direction of web travel.
Both sensors (web center) Left sensor Right sensor
By pressing "F 1" the actuating element is always switched to "manual". When using a coloured line sensor, use "F 1" to switch between light line, dark line and colour contrast.
Web direction of travel
The speci?cation of the set position in the case of camera/wide band sensors is performed by pressing "Acknowledge" and "Automatic" at the same time. If only the left/right web edge is to be speci?ed as set position, ?rst of all press "F 1" to select the required web edge (left/right) and then press "Acknowledge" and "F 1" at the same time. ? Set operating mode - Center mode: the actuating element moves into the stored center position.
- Manual mode: the actuating element may be positioned at the required location via the "Increase/Decrease value" keys.
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- Automatic mode: if the guider block is not connected, the web guider will go into automatic mode immediately.
? Set web offset Use the "Increase/Decrease value" keys in automatic mode to set a web offset.
3.3 Support beam ? Select support beam menu Press "F 2" until the following symbol played next to the key. (support beam) is dis-
Both support beam drives
Support beam drive left / right
? Select support beam drive Use "F 1" to select both drives or the left/right drive after one another. The left/right drive depends on the direction of web travel.
Direction of web travel
? Manual mode Once manual is selected the positioning carriage (s) may be moved to the left/right via the "Increase/Decrease value" keys. ? Park sensors To park the sensors "Center position" mode must be selected. The sensors are parked. The frame around the "Park sensor" symbol, located next to the "Increase value" key, ?ashes while the sensors are being parked. ? Insert web ? Edge search Use the "Automatic" key to start the edge search. Once the sensors have found the web edge they will follow it. The frame of the "Search edge" symbol, located next to the key, ?ashes while the edge search is being performed.
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Command station DO 2000 / DO 2001 By triggering the edge search, the actuating element operating mode selected is cancelled. Edge searching remains active until an operating mode is selected for the actuating element. Exception: if, during the actuating element automatic mode, an edge search is performed without ?rst parking the sensors, the actuating element will be blocked during the search routine. Once the sensors have found the web edge, the edge search is stopped and the actuating element re-enabled. The selected "Automatic" mode is resumed. ? Quit support beam menu Press "F 2" until the following symbol displayed next to the key.
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? Select required actuating element operating mode Automatic, center position or manual mode. 3.4 Oscillation
? Select oscillation menu Press "F 3" to start the oscillation menu for entering the oscillation stroke and time. ? Switch oscillation ON/OFF Press "Increase/Decrease value" to switch oscillation ON/OFF, the switch status is indicated on the display. ? Enter amplitude To enter the amplitude (oscillation stroke) the acknowledge key must be pressed. Press the "Increase/Decrease value" keys to enter the required amplitude (oscillation stroke). ? Enter time Press the acknowledge key again to enter the time (oscillation time for a cycle) via the "Increase/Decrease value" keys. ? Quit the oscillation menu Press "Acknowledge" again to quit the oscillation menu.
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Command station DO 2000 / DO 2001 3.5 Direct parameter selection Using the direct parameter selection option, the 10 parameters speci?ed during commissioning may be quickly retrieved and edited. ? Press "HELP". ? Position the selection bar to "user parameter". ? Press "Acknowledge". ? Select the required parameter and open via "Acknowledge". ? Perform the required parameter editing. Parameter editing is identical to that described in the "Basic operation in setup mode" section. 3.6 Error query via the “HELP” key If a system error occurs that is identi?ed by the command station, the alarm display will light up. The error may be queried as follows: ? Press "HELP". ? The device group in which one/several errors have occurred ?ashes. In this example, "Group 0" ?ashes. ? Select the ?ashing device group via the selection bar and press "Acknowledge". A list of all the monitored devices in this group is displayed. ? Scan the list via the "Increase/Decrease value" key until a ?ashing arrow (>) is displayed behind a device. The error is displayed in text form behind this arrow. If necessary, the ?ashing arrow may be selected via the selection bar and the "HELP" key pressed. Instead of the text, an error number is displayed. Press "HELP" again to switch back to the text display. ? Press one of the three "Automatic", "Center" or "Manual" mode keys to quit the help menu. When width measuring, the positions of the right and left support beam, together with the relevant sensor signals, are evaluated. When using a camera or wide band sensor no support beam is featured. The position values of the right and left support beams are therefore emulated (created arti?cially). In this event, an "E" for Emulation is indicated after the terms "right support beam" and "left support beam" in the error request display.
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3.7 Guiding mode adoption colour line sensor
Additionally, the guiding criterion of the colour line sensor may be automatically taught. The guiding criterion to be scanned must be located at the middle orange light spot position (set position). Press the "Acknowledge" and "F1" keys simultaneously. After approx. 1 second both keys may be cancelled. The prerequisite here is that "Automatic teaching “is selected in the relevant colour line sensor parameter. At this point, the relevant points in the sensor description should be reread.