Instructions for use Valve terminal RE-26. Version: 1006 Art.-Nr.: 54-RE-26-GB

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Instructions for use Valve terminal RE-26. Version: 1006 Art.-Nr.: 54-RE-26-GB"

Transcription

1 Instructions for use Valve terminal RE-26 Version: 1006 Art.-Nr.: 54-RE-26-GB

2 1 Symbols Warning notes Other symbols Technical specifications Valve terminals Valves Ordering code Customer-specific valve terminals Safety/Hazards Intended use Function Variants Configuration Components Mounting the valve terminal Mounting options for the valve terminal Commissioning Tube connections Connections of the supply and working tubes Valve arrangement RE-26 with multipole connector RE-26 with AS interface RE-26 with Profibus-DP RE-26 with DeviceNet Testing the valve terminals Maintenance and modification Dismounting a valve Mounting a valve Installing the seals Modification to create different pressure zones Troubleshooting Standards and licenses

3 1 Symbols 1.1 Warning notes Classes of warning notes The following signal words serve to distinguish between warning notes according to the type of danger:! Caution warns against material damage.! Warning warns against physical injury.! Danger warns against a danger to life. Format of warning notes Type and source of danger!! Measure to avoid danger. 1.2 Other symbols Instructions on what to do Format of instructions:! Instruction to perform a certain action. Result of that action if applicable. Lists Signal words Format of non-numbered lists:! List level 1! List level 2 Format of numbered lists: 1. List level 1 2. List level List level List level 2 3

4 2 Technical specifications 2.1 Valve terminals All valve terminals Protection type Temperature: in operation in storage/transport Output circuit Status display (LED yellow) Materials Weight for 4 stations incl. base plate (without valves) Additional weight per 2 stations (without valves) IP 65 acc. to EN (complete assembly) -10 C C -20 C C Reverse voltage protection Protective circuit no short-circuit protection Valve solenoid Al, St, Seals NBR, PU, PA, Ms, PC, FR4 (circuit board), chloroprene rubber kg 0.32 kg RE-26 with multipole connector Station multiplicities 4, 6, 8, Nominal voltage DC 24 V (-10% %) Power input per solenoid 1 W per solenoid plus (valve) 0.3 W per status LED Fig. 1 RE-26/08-M and RE-26/08-M incl. RE-16-B-01, mounting feet for flange mounting 4

5 RE-26 with AS interface Station multiplicities 4, 8, 12 Bus connector AS interface terminal (others on request) Power connector AS interface terminal (others on request) Power input per valve solenoid 1 W per solenoid plus 0.3 W per status LED Address connectors Low-voltage switching connector, Ø 1.3 mm (AS3) Slave selection via DIP switch AS interface connector (AS-i yellow): Voltage DC 26.5 V V, only through AS interface power supply acc. to Current intake EN approx. 75 ma per 2 stations Power connector (AS-i black): Nominal voltage Ripple AS interface data: Standard slave address AS interface profile Address DC 24 V (±10%) < 4 V ss factory setting: 00 S-8.F.E can be set via AS interface master or addressing connector see Addressing the AS interface Fig. 2 RE-26/08-AS3-R and RE-26/08-AS

6 AS interface Switching frequency; mechanical and electrical Operation indicators: Fault AS interface Power/Aux Status indicators: yellow yellow 10 Hz red, fault indicator green, communication OK green, auxiliary power supply Outputs (on valve stations) Inputs (sensor inputs on feedback module)! Ensure that there is no galvanic connection between AS interface and power connector.! Carry out power connection acc. to IEC (PELV), protection class III. 6

7 RE-26 with Profibus-DP Station multiplicities 6, 8, 10, Bus connector 2 x M12 5-pin (socket Bus-Out B-coded, plug Bus-In B-coded) Operating power connector M12 5-pin plug A-coded Power input per valve solenoid 1 W per solenoid plus 0.3 W per status LED Power input per bus node 2.9 W at 24 V / 20 C Address setting 2 rotary switches (coding switches) see Addressing the Profibus-DP Address range Operating voltage: Voltage range DC 24 V ±10% Current intake dependent on the number of valves Baud rate Automatic adjustment 9.6 kbit/s Mbit/s Status indicators LED yellow Solenoid of valve active LED green Power LED green Bus active LED red Bus error/fault Fig. 3 RE-26/8-B incl. RE-16-B-01, mounting feet for flange mounting 7

8 RE-26 with DeviceNet Station multiplicities 6, 8, 10, Bus connector 2 x M12 5-pin (socket out, plug in) Operating power connector M12 5-pin plug Power input per valve solenoid 1 W per solenoid plus 0.3 W per status LED Power input per bus node 2.5 W at 24 V / 20 C Address setting MAC-ID via 8-fold DIP switch bit Operating voltage: Voltage range DC 24 V ±10% Current intake dependent on the number of valves Baud rate DIP switch bit , 250, 500 kbit/s Status indicators LED yellow LED green LED green LED green LED red LED red Solenoid of valve active Power Voltage Bus active Module active Bus error Module error/fault Fig. 4 RE-26/08-B incl. RE-16-B-01, mounting feet for flange mounting 8

9 2.2 Valves 2x3/2-way valve, NW 4.5 mm Article no. KF /2-HN KF /2-HN KF /2-HN Connectors G 1/8 for 2 and 4 Flange 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Nominal width 4.5 mm Nominal flow rate 430 Nl/min closed / 630 Nl/min open Internal control Operating pressure bar pressure External control pressure Do not use with external control pressure. Switching time at 6 bar On at 15 ms, Off at 28 ms Temperature range -10 C C Medium Compressed air acc. to ISO , Class 7 4 -, T Medium -10 C C, (filtered 40 µm, lubricated or unlubricated) Materials Housing Al anodized, plastic components PA and POM, internal components Al, stainless steel, Ms, seals NBR Nominal voltage DC 24 V (-10% %) Power input 1 W per solenoid plus 0.3 W per status LED Protection type IP 65 acc. to EN mounted on RE-26 Weight kg Fig. 5 KF /2-HN-S12 9

10 5/2-way valve, NW 6 mm Article no. KF HN KF HN KF HN Connectors G 1/8 for 2 and 4 Flange for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Nominal width 6 mm Nominal flow rate 950 Nl/min 810 Nl/min 950 Nl/min Internal control pressure Operating pressure bar External control Do not use with Control pressure bar pressure external control Operating pressure bar pressure. Switching time at 6 bar On at 15 ms, On at 14 ms, On at 20 ms, Off at 31 ms Off at 33 ms Off at 20 ms Temperature range -10 C C Medium Compressed air acc. to ISO , Class 7 4 -, T Medium -10 C C, (filtered 40 µm, lubricated or unlubricated) Materials Housing Al anodized, plastic components PA, internal components Al, stainless steel, Ms, seals NBR Nominal voltage DC 24 V (-10% %) Power input 1 W per solenoid plus 0.3 W per status LED Protection type IP 65 acc. to EN mounted on RE-26 Weight kg kg kg Fig. 6 KF HN-S12 and KF HN-S12 10

11 5/3-way valves, NW 6 mm Article no. KF HN KF HN KF HN Connectors G 1/8 for 2 and 4 Flange for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Nominal width 6 mm Nominal flow rate 680 Nl/min Internal control Operating pressure bar pressure External control Control pressure bar pressure Operating pressure bar Switching time at 6 bar On at 20 ms, Off at 30 ms Temperature range -10 C C Medium Compressed air acc. to ISO , Class 7 4 -, T Medium -10 C C, (filtered 40 µm, lubricated or unlubricated) Materials Housing Al anodized, plastic components PA and POM, internal components Al, stainless steel, Ms, seals NBR Nominal voltage DC 24 V (-10% %) Power input 1 W per solenoid plus 0.3 W per status LED Protection type IP 65 acc. to EN mounted on RE-26 Weight kg Fig. 7 KF HN-S12 11

12 External control pressure Help and advice on the subject of external control pressure available from: AIRTEC Pneumatic GmbH Westerbachstraße 7 D Kronberg Phone +49 (0) Fax +49 (0) Pressure head check valve RE-26-RSV Fig. 8 Pressure head check valve Air pressure head in the exhaust air channel develops when several valves are switched at the same time. The consequent overflow into the control channel then leads to an impulse of a connected load (cylinder). Note: This effect depends on the connected volume (cylinder). Installing pressure head check valves prevents inadvertent pressure head pulses and the operating faults caused by them.! Install pressure head check valves in channels 3 and 5 of the valve exhaust air. AIRTEC recommends installing a pressure head check valve RE-26-RSV for the following valve models:! KF HN-S12! KF /2-HN-S12 Note: Check valves can not be installed at the valve positions left and right of pressure separation 1 in channels 3 and 5, see Modification to create different pressure zones. 12

13 Cover plates for valve stations For unused valve stations RE-26 there are the following cover plates available:! RE-26-V-EP! 1799-V-EP RE-26-V-EP Fig. 9 Cover plate F-16-V Cover plate RE-26-V-EP consists of F-16-V and a sticker.! F-16-V covers the unused pneumatic part.! The sticker covers the unused electrical connection. 13

14 1799-V-EP Fig. 10 Cover plate 1799-V-EP Cover plate 1799-V-EP covers a complete valve station. Fastening and sealing set Fastening and sealing set 21-KF is used for the KF-26 valve lines. It comprises:! 2 oval flat gaskets! 1 clamp! 1 fillister head screw M3 x 8 cross slit DIN 7985! 5 O-rings 8 x

15 2.3 Ordering code The ordering code for the valve terminal is of the following format: Model line RE-26 Number of stations depending on control circuitry Connection type electric M-1 = multipole, D-Sub, 25- or 44-pin M-2 = multipole, M16, 12-pin M-3 = multipole, M16, 19-pin AS3 = AS interface AS3-R... = AS interface with sensor inputs B1-1 = Profibus-DP B3-1 = DeviceNet Variant 0 = internal control air E = external control air Connection type pneumatic 00 = G 1/8 for 2 + 4, G3/8 for 1 60 = external-ø 6 for 2 + 4, external-ø 10 for 1 61 = external-ø 6 for 2 + 4, external-ø 8 for 1 62 = external-ø 6 for 2 + 4, external-ø 12 for 1 80 = external-ø 8 for 2 + 4, external-ø 10 for 1 81 = external-ø 8 for 2 + 4, external-ø 8 for 1 82 = external-ø 8 for 2 + 4, external-ø 12 for 1 AS interface with sensor inputs RE-26/04-AS3-R = 4 stations and 4 x M 8 - connector RE-26/08-AS3-R = 8 stations and 8 x M 8 - connector RE-26/12-AS3-R = 12 stations and 12 x M 8 - connector 15

16 2.4 Customer-specific valve terminals Pneumatic connectors bottom Fig P, pneumatic base plate without screw connections! Installing screw connections and mufflers (table). Connection code (ISO 5599) Channel Connector size 1 Compressed G 3/8 air G 1/8 Connection (recommended) Screw connection G 3/8 Screw connection G 1/8 2, 4 Working air G 1/8 Screw connection G 1/8 3, 5 Exhaust air G 3/8 Screw connection G 1/4 for captured exhaust air or muffler 82, 84 Exhaust air solenoid G 1/8 Screw connection G 1/8 for captured exhaust air or muffler 16

17 3 Safety/Hazards! Use valve terminals according to their intended application.! Use valve terminals in their original condition, without any unauthorized modifications and in perfect technical condition.! Use valve terminals only for controlling pneumatic actuators.! Ensure that the valve terminals are operated only by specialist control and automatization technicians that are competent in electronic control systems and pneumatics.! Depressurize the system prior to any installation or maintenance work.! Switch off the power supply and valve solenoids prior to any installation or maintenance work.! Ensure that the pressure and temperature limits as well as the electrical specifications and torques quoted by AIRTEC are observed.! Ensure compliance with all rules and regulations of trade or professional associations and insurers, technical inspection agencies and other national and international regulations. 4 Intended use The series RE-26 valve terminals are used for controlling of pneumatic actuators. They serve as the link between SPS or bus systems and connected components. 5 Function 5.1 Variants The RE-26 series comprises the following variants of valve terminals:! RE-26 with multipole connector! RE-26 with AS interface (AS3)! RE-26 with AS interface (AS3-R with sensor inputs)! RE-26 with Profibus-DP! RE-26 with DeviceNet For further information see Ordering code 17

18 5.2 Configuration Grid dimension The RE-26 valve terminals are made up of three parts:! Base plate! Pressure connection and distribution! Exhaust air and second pressure feed The valve terminals use the grid dimension 15.5 mm and are fitted with various valve types. The electrical connection can be one of the following variants:! RE-26 with multipole connector The terminal and control unit are connected through a plug connection with a multipole cable. The plug connector can be:! 25-pin D-Sub connector! 44-pin D-Sub connector! mini round plug M16, 12-pin! mini round plug M16, 19-pin! RE-26 with AS interface (AS3 and AS3-R) There is one AS interface terminal (piercing technology) each for bus connection and power supply. The address connector is equipped with a low-voltage switching socket Ø 1.3 mm. It is covered by a cap during operation.! RE-26 with Profibus-DP Power supply through a 5-pin A-coded M12 plug connector; bus connection through two 5-pin B-coded plug connectors see plug assignment Profibus- DP connection.! RE-26 with DeviceNet Power supply through a 5-pin A-coded M12 plug connector; bus connection through a 5-pin B-coded plug connector see Plug assignment DeviceNet connection. 18

19 5.3 Components RE-26 with multipole connector Fig. 12 RE-26/08-M incl. RE-16-B-01, mounting feet for flange mounting 1 Multipole connector 2 Valve station 3 Base plate with pneumatic and electrical connectors RE-26 with AS interface Fig. 13 RE-26/08-AS Electrical connection AS interface 2 Valve station 3 Base plate with pneumatic and electrical connectors 19

20 RE-26 with AS interface, address socket and sensor inputs Fig. 14 RE-26/08-AS3-R Electrical connection AS interface with feedback module 2 Valve station 3 Base plate with pneumatic and electrical connectors RE-26 with Profibus-DP Fig. 15 RE-26/08-B incl. RE-16-B-01, mounting feet for flange mounting 1 Electrical connection Profibus-DP 2 Valve station 3 Base plate with pneumatic and electrical connectors 20

21 RE-26 with DeviceNet Fig. 16 RE-26/08-B incl. RE-16-B-01, mounting feet for flange mounting 1 Electrical connection DeviceNet 2 Valve station 3 Base plate with pneumatic and electrical connectors 21

22 6 Mounting the valve terminal 6.1 Mounting options for the valve terminal The valve terminal can be mounted in any position. There two ways of mounting the valve terminal:! With two commercially available M6 bolts (DIN 912)! on a solid and level surface in the control cabinet! directly on the machine! Flange mounting with mounting feet (RE-16-B-01 or RE-26-B-02)! on a solid and level surface in the control cabinet! directly on the machine WARNING WARNING Risk of injury caused by compressed air in the system!! Depressurize the system prior to any installation or maintenance work. Risk of injury caused by short circuit or inadvertent switching of valves!! Switch off all voltage to the valve terminal prior to any installation or maintenance work. Mounting with M6-Schrauben! Verify that the mounting surface is strong enough to support the valve terminal.! Ensure that there is sufficient space for cables and compressed air pipes and hoses.! Prepare the mounting holes for the valve terminal.! Ensure that there are at least 4 mounting holes prepared for the valve terminal.! Fasten the valve terminal with 4 M6 bolts. Mounting with mounting feet! Verify that the mounting surface is strong enough to support the valve terminal.! Ensure that there is sufficient space for cables and compressed air pipes and hoses.! Screw the mounting feet to the valve terminal.! Prepare the mounting holes for the valve terminal.! Ensure that there are at least 4 mounting holes prepared for the valve terminal.! Fasten the valve terminal with 4 M6 bolts. 22

23 7 Commissioning WARNING WARNING Risk of injury caused by compressed air in the system!! Depressurize the system prior to any installation or maintenance work. Risk of injury caused by short circuit or inadvertent switching of valves!! Switch off all voltage to the valve terminal prior to any installation or maintenance work.! Switch off all voltage to the valve terminal prior to connecting or removing plug connectors. 7.1 Tube connections Installing a tube connection Fig. 17 Connecting a tube! Push the tube into clamping ring 1 as far as it will go. Separating a tube connection Fig. 18 Disconnecting a tube! Compress clamping ring 1 and pull out the tube. Running tube connections! Bundle tubes to achieve a clearer arrangement of tubes.! Do not clamp or kink tubes.! Avoid long tubes and small screw connections (e.g. angle plugs). Such running of tubes would reduce the air flow and thus the speed of the system. 23

24 7.2 Connections of the supply and working tubes Fig. 19 RE-26/08-M with accessory RE-16-B-01, mounting feet for flange mounting! Installing screw connections and mufflers (table). Connection ID (ISO 5599) Channel Connector size 1 Compressed G 3/8 air G 1/8 Connection (recommended) Screw connection G 3/8 Screw connection G 1/8 2, 4 Working air G 1/8 Screw connection G 1/8 3, 5 Exhaust air G 3/8 Screw connection G 3/8 for captured exhaust air or muffler 82, 84 Exhaust air solenoid E1 Control air external G 1/8 Screw connection G 1/8 for captured exhaust air or muffler G 1/8 Screw connection G 1/8 24

25 7.3 Valve arrangement Fig. 20 Valve arrangement for a terminal viewed from above 1 Bus node 2 Station 1 with valve and solenoid 1 (14) + 2 (12) 3 Station 2 with valve and solenoid 3 (14) +4 (12) Note: The number of available stations depends on which valve terminal is used, see Technical specifications. 25

26 7.4 RE-26 with multipole connector CAUTION Material damage caused by wrong voltage!! To avoid damage and malfunctions, always connect the correct nominal voltage, see Technical specifications. Note: The valve terminal is fitted with a plug. The cable is fitted with a socket. Pin assignment of connecting cable 28-ST-16-M1-25 Connecting cable 28-ST-16-M1-25 for 4 to 12 stations. The following pin assignment applies to the 25-pin D-Sub connector: PIN Solenoid Color code 1 GND white 2 1 brown 3 3 green 4 5 yellow 5 7 gray 6 9 pink 7 11 blue 8 13 red 9 15 black purple gray/pink red/blue white/green 14 2 brown/green 15 4 white/yellow 16 6 yellow/brown 17 8 white/gray gray/brown white/pink pink/brown white/blue brown/blue white/red brown/red white/black 26

27 Pin assignment of connecting cable 28-ST-16-M1-44 Connecting cable 28-ST-16-M1-44 for 14 to 20 stations. The following pin assignment applies to the 44-pin D-Sub connector: PIN Solenoid Color code PIN Solenoid Color code 1 GND white white/red 2 3 brown brown/red 3 6 green white/black 4 9 yellow brown/black 5 12 gray gray/green 6 15 pink yellow/gray 7 18 blue pink/green 8 21 red 30 - yellow/pink 9 24 black 31 1 green/blue purple 32 4 yellow/blue gray/pink 33 7 green/red red/blue yellow/red white/green green/black brown/green yellow/black 15 - white/yellow gray/blue 16 GND yellow/brown pink/blue 17 2 white/gray gray/red 18 5 gray/brown pink/red 19 8 white/pink gray/black pink/brown pink/black white/blue blue/black brown/blue red/black Cable connection for 25- or 44-pin connecting cables:! Connect the valve terminal through a cable with a 25- or 44-pin Sub-D connector.! To achieve IP 65 ensure the following rules are observed:! Use a cable of the appropriate specification.! Plug in the connector properly.! Tighten the thumb screws on connectors secured by such screw. Note: The GND connectors are internally connected to each other. Starting from 24 solenoids (12 stations) use both GND-pins. 27

28 Pin assignment of mini round plug M16, 12-pin PIN Solenoid A Valve 1 B Valve 2 C Valve 3 D Valve 4 E Valve 5 F Valve 6 G Valve 7 H Valve 8 I Valve 9 T GND U Protective ground wire green/yellow Fig. 21 Cable pin assignment, socket contact Connection type M-2, e.g. RE-26/08-M Pin assignment of mini round plug M16, 19-pin PIN Fig. 22 Cable pin assignment, socket contact Connection type M-3, e.g. RE-26/08-M Solenoid A Valve 1 B Valve 2 C Valve 3 D Valve 4 E Valve 5 F Valve 6 G Valve 7 H Valve 8 I Valve 9 K Valve 10 L Valve 11 M Valve 12 N Valve 13 O Valve 14 P Valve 15 R Valve 16 S Valve 17 T GND U Protective ground wire green/yellow 28

29 7.5 RE-26 with AS interface CAUTION Material damage due to inappropriate use!! Use AS-interface products only with AS-interface bus systems. Power supply All electrical connections are located on the top of the valve terminal. For safe operation, please note the following:! Use two separate power supply units with galvanic isolation between them for the AS interface and the power supply.! Ensure that the supply for the AS interface complies with EN ! Use a power supply unit according to the specification of AS-International Association for the AS interface.! Adhere to the maximum allowed current intake of AS interface participants.! Connect the auxiliary voltage for the valve solenoids through the power connector.! Carry out power connection acc. to IEC (PELV), protection class III.! Ensure that there is no galvanic connection between the AS interface circuit and the power connection.! Connect ground only at the ground connector marked as such. The AS interface module does not need to be disconnected from the bus to switch off valve solenoids. If necessary, de-energize the auxiliary voltage through a contactor, without interrupting the bus operation. 29

30 Cable installation for AS interface and power supply For safe operation, please note the following:! The maximum total length of the bus cable including branch lines is 100 m.! The maximum cable length for the power feed depends on:! the current intake of the valves.! the voltage fluctuations of the power feed. Fig. 23 RE-26/08-AS3-000 and AS interface bus node variants 30

31 Setting via DIP switch Fig. 24 DIP switch The DIP switch is used for targeted separation of individual AS-I stations from the bus so that the address programming can be carried out separately for the individual stations during address assignment. Assignment of the 8-fold DIP switch S1: 1 Address = max. 4 outputs = 2 valve stations Type RE-26/04-AS3 RE-26/04-AS3-R04 RE-26/04-AS3-R08 DIP switch Stations numbers Required AS-i addresses per pair of stations overall RE-26/04-AS3 RE-26/04-AS3-R04 RE-26/04-AS3-R08 RE-26/08-AS3 RE-26/08-AS3-R08 RE-26/08-AS3-R12 RE-26/12-AS3 RE-26/12-AS3-R

32 Addressing the AS interface The product is supplied with the AS interface slaves address set to 0. The allowed address range (version AS3) for the AS interface slaves is Note: Avoid double addressing of AS interface slaves at any one AS-interface bus. Addressing options for the AS interface:! Addressing with AS interface master (without hand terminal)! Addressing via hand terminal and address socket Addressing with AS interface master Tools required:! AS interface master with appropriate software! Phillips screwdriver PH0 All AS interface-slaves are parallel at the bus. Addressing:! Remove cover Address Switch.! Use the DIP switch to switch OFF any valve stations that are not to be addressed (see Setting via DIP switch).! Connect the AS interface slave to be addressed to the AS interface master.! Set address using the AS interface master.! After addressing, set all DIP switches of the AS interface slaves to ON.! Correctly mount cover Address Switch (IP65). 32

33 Addressing via hand terminal and address socket Fig. 25 Address socket, DIP switch 1 Address socket (address switch) Tools required:! AS interface hand terminal! Phillips screwdriver PH0 All AS interface-slaves are parallel at the bus. Addressing:! Remove cover Address Switch.! Connect AS interface hand terminal at the programming socket.! Use the DIP switch to switch OFF any valve stations that are not to be addressed (see Setting via DIP switch).! Individually connect the AS interface slaves to be addressed to the AS interface hand terminal.! Set the address through the hand terminal.! After addressing, set all DIP switches of the AS interface slaves to ON.! Correctly mount cover Address Switch (IP65). 33

34 7.6 RE-26 with Profibus-DP WARNING Risk of injury caused by electric shock!! Connect the valve terminal to ground at the ground connector marked as such. CAUTION Material damage due to inappropriate use!! Use Profibus-DP products only in Profibus-DP bus systems. Fig. 26 RE-26/8-B incl. RE-16-B-01, mounting feet for flange mounting, DIP switch Power supply For safe operation, please note the following:! Connect the auxiliary voltage for the valve solenoids through the power plug connector.! Connect ground only at the ground connector marked as such. 34

35 Plug assignment Fig. 27 Profibus variants RE-16-B1-R12 and RE-16-B1-1 Plug assignment power supply 1 Install external protection for power plug, 5-pin A-coded M12 in the following way:! Pin 1: Protection for bus electronics, 0.2 A time lag! Pin 2: Protection for valve stations , solenoids , 3.15 A medium time lag! Pin 5: Protection for valve stations , solenoids , 3.15 A medium time lag! Pin 1, 2, 5: +24 V DC / ±10%! Pin 3, 4: 0 V plug assignment Profibus-DP connection Connection of the valve terminal via two 5-pin plug connectors 2 Bus-In (B-coded M12 plug):! Pin 1: internal +5 V! Pin 2: A1 line, green! Pin 3: GND, 0V! Pin 4: B1 line, red! Pin 5: Shielding, functional ground 3 Bus-Out (B-coded M12 socket):! Pin 1: internal +5 V! Pin 2: A2 line, green! Pin 3: GND, 0V! Pin 4: B2 line, red! Pin 5: Shielding, functional ground 35

36 Assignment of valves to the output data: Valves Data Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte 6! To establish communication to valve terminal RE-26, project or load the GSD file in the master (e.g. SPS).! If required, request the GSD file (hms_1810.gsd) through Please contact AIRTEC Pneumatic GmbH via with any questions in this respect. Cable installation for Profibus-DP For safe operation, please note the following:! Construct the network in a line structure.! Connect participants through a shielded cable acc. to PNO recommendation.! Max. cable length for power supply cable: 3 m.! Only use type A Profibus cable.! Construct the Profibus network from one or several segments.! Determine the maximum extent of the segment according to the selected baud rate.! Connect up to 32 participants per segment. Bit rate and length of the segment: Bit rate (kbit/s) Maximum segment length 9,6; 19,2; 45,45; 93, , ; 6000; Networks with more than 32 participants require installation of signal amplifiers (repeaters). Each repeater starts a new segment. In that segment the maximum allowable cable length can be run. Note: The maximum number of repeaters connected in series between the master and a slave, is 7. Note the data sheet of the make of repeater that is installed. 36

37 Branch lines Branch lines cause reflections on the cable and interfere with data transmission. To avoid branch lines, insert participants in the Profibus-DP line through the following procedure:! Switch off the bus.! Open the line at the insertion point.! Connect plugs for Bus-In and Bus-Out at the Profibus-DP cable.! Plug in Bus-In and Bus-Out at the valve terminal. The line is closed. Addressing the Profibus-DP The product is supplied with the Profibus-DP slaves address set to 0. The allowed address range for Profibus-DP participants is Note: Avoid double addressing of Profibus-DP slaves at any one bus. Addressing:! Remove cover Address Switch.! Set the Profibus-DP slaves via the rotary switch. Left rotary switch for setting the tens position Right rotary switch for setting the ones position! Correctly mount cover Address Switch (IP65).! Switch off the Profibus-DP slave.! Switch on the Profibus-DP slave. The address is active. 37

38 Load resistors (terminators) Each Profibus-DP segment requires an active bus terminator at its beginning and at its end. The terminator consists of a combination of resistors. 5 V supply voltage is required for bus termination. This voltage is provided by pin 1 of the bus plug connector of every Profibus device. For safe operation, please note the following:! Switch on the device at which the terminator was installed. Electromagnetic compatibility Take the following measures to ensure correct shielding and grounding when using the system at high baud rates in industrial environments:! Put the shielding of the Profibus cable on the designated contact clips in the Profibus plug at both ends of the cable.! Connect each connection point with a highly conductive (low-inductivity) connection to protective ground (mostly done through the housing of the field device). If the devices are in plastic housings, with no internal connection between the Profibus connection socket and the DIN mounting rail, connect as follows:! Separate the shielding of the Profibus cable with its shielding clips and connect it to the DIN mounting rail (protective ground). 7.7 RE-26 with DeviceNet CAUTION Material damage due to inappropriate use!! Use DeviceNet products only in DeviceNet bus systems. Power supply For safe operation, please note the following:! Connect the auxiliary voltage for the valve solenoids through the power connector.! Connect ground only at the ground connector marked as such. 38

39 Plug assignment power supply Fig. 28 RE-16-B3-1 1 Install external protection for power plug, 5-pin B-coded M12 in the following way: Pin 1: Protection for bus electronics, 0.2 A time lag Pin 2: Protection for valve stations , solenoids , 3.15 A medium time lag Pin 5: Protection for valve stations , solenoids , 3.15 A medium time lag Pin 1, 2, 5: +24 V DC / ±10% Pin 3, 4: 0 V Plug assignment DeviceNet connection Connection of the valve terminal via two 5-pin plug connectors 2 Bus, A-coded M12 plug: Pin 1: Shielding (PE) Pin 2: V+ Pin 3: V- Pin 4: CAN_H Pin 5: CAN_L 39

40 Assignment of valves to the output data: Valves Data Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte Byte 5 Further information can be found in the respective EDS file (electronic data sheet). Cable installation for DeviceNet For safe operation, please note the following:! Construct the network in a line structure.! Connect participants through a shielded cable acc. to ODVA recommendation.! Max. cable length for power supply cable: 3 m.! Only use DeviceNet cables.! Construct the DeviceNet network as a single segment.! Determine the maximum extent of the segment according to the selected baud rate. Cable lengths Thick-Cable trunk feeder total:! 125 kbit/s 500 m! 250 kbit/s 250 m! 500 kbit/s 125 m Thin-Cable trunk feeder total:! 125 kbit/s 100 m! 250 kbit/s 100 m! 500 kbit/s 100 m Maximum length of branch cables per 6 m, for all data rates (total):! 125 kbit/s 156 m! 250 kbit/s 78 m! 500 kbit/s 39 m 40

41 Setting the MAC ID and baud rate Fig. 29 DIP switch DeviceNet Settings for DIP switch S1: MAC ID Baud rate S1-1 S1-2 S1-3 S1-4 S1-5 S1-6 MAC ID S1-7 S1-8 Baud rate kbps kbps kbps (reserved) Identity object Default value Parameter Vendor ID 005A hex, 90 dec 108 (HMS) Device type 000C hex, 12 dec 109 Product code 003D hex, 61 dec 110 Product name AnyBus-IC DEV 111 The product is supplied with the DeviceNet slaves address set to 0. The allowed address range for DeviceNet participants is Note: Avoid double addressing of DeviceNet slaves at any one bus. Tools required:! Phillips screwdriver PH0! Flat-blade screwdriver 2.5 x

42 Addressing:! Remove cover MAC-ID/Baud Rate.! Set required MAC-ID/Baud Rate at the DIP switch. (see Setting the MAC ID and baud rate)! Correctly mount cover MAC-ID/Baud Rate (IP65). Load resistors (terminators) Each DeviceNet segment requires an active bus terminator at its beginning and at its end. The terminator consists of a combination of resistors. 5 V supply voltage is required for bus termination. This voltage is provided by pin 1 of the bus plug connector of every DeviceNet device. For safe operation, please note the following:! Switch on the device at which the terminator was installed. Electromagnetic compatibility Take the following measures to ensure correct shielding and grounding when using the system at high baud rates in industrial environments:! Put the shielding of the DeviceNet cable on the designated contact clips in the DeviceNet plug at both ends of the cable.! Connect each connection point with a highly conductive (low-inductivity) connection to protective ground (mostly done through the housing of the field device). If the devices are in plastic housings, with no internal connection between the DeviceNet connection socket and the DIN mounting rail, connect as follows:! Separate the shielding of the DeviceNet cable with its shielding clips connect it to the DIN mounting rail (protective ground). 42

43 7.8 Testing the valve terminals There are the following options for testing the valve terminals:! Test of individual valve-cylinder combinations using auxiliary manual actuation.! Test of the entire system through program control. Test with auxiliary manual actuation The test using auxiliary manual actuation checks the functionality and operation of individual valves. Fig. 30 Auxiliary manual actuators 1 Auxiliary manual actuator in rest position 2 Auxiliary manual actuator in pulse mode 3 Auxiliary manual actuator locked in pulse mode by turning the actuator Test:! Disconnect power supply! Switch on compressed air supply.! Switch on auxiliary manual actuation by pressing and turning clockwise by 90. The auxiliary manual actuator engages. The valve moves to switching position.! Switch off auxiliary manual actuation by pressing and turning counterclockwise by 90. The valve moves back to its rest position.! Switch all auxiliary manual actuators to rest position.! Switch on power supply. Test through program control! Carry out a test run with the entire system. 43

44 8 Maintenance and modification! For safe maintenance and modification, see Safety/Hazards. Fig. 31 Dismounting and mounting the valves 8.1 Dismounting a valve Dismount valves through the following procedure:! Observe safety notes see Safety/Hazards.! Slacken screw (M3) 3, using a PH1 Phillips screwdriver, until the valve can be removed from clamp 2.! Slide the valve and its solenoid upwards from base plate 4, at an angle of approx Mounting a valve Mount valves through the following procedure:! Correctly insert the seals in the recesses on the base plate. Incorrect positioning of the seals will cause pre-control air to escape through the solenoid exhaust air channel.! From the top, insert valve contacts 1 in the connection aids.! Push the valve at an angle of approx. 5 onto base plate 4. Ensure that the dovetail connection engages properly.! Press the complete valve onto base plate 4.! Secure the valve with clamp 2 and screw (M3) 3. Slightly push the valve toward a slanted position and tighten the screw with 0.6 Nm (Phillips screwdriver PH1). 44

45 8.3 Installing the seals Fig. 32 Position of seals 1 Seals lubricated 2 Front of valve terminal Install the seals through the following procedure:! Ensure that the oval opening of the seal is oriented towards the center of the valve terminal. Note: Correctly insert the seals in the recesses on the base plate. Incorrect positioning of the seals will cause pre-control air to escape through the solenoid exhaust air channel. 45

46 8.4 Modification to create different pressure zones To feed different pressures, or to vent large volumes without affecting other loads, it is possible to divide the common channels for pressure supply and exhaust air, respectively, into two pressure zones. A pressure separator between two valve stations defines different pressure zones. Fig. 33 RE-19-DT 1 Channels 2 Pressure separator RE-19-DT Installing the pressure separator:! Remove both side covers.! Slide in the pressure separator from a connection at the front. The possible positions are n x 15.5 (raster). The pressure separator can be installed in 1, 3 and 5.! Counter the pressure separator, using a hexagonal socket key and a screwdriver. Maximum tightening torque: 3.0 Nm. The pressure separator seals and is held in position by the lock washer. Note: Check valves can not be installed at the valve stations left and right of pressure separator 2 in channels 3 and 5. Please contact AIRTEC Pneumatic GmbH via if you require more than two pressure zones. 46

47 9 Troubleshooting Pneumatic Fault condition Fault finding Remedy System leaking Inspect connections Redo pneumatic connections Inspect seals Replace seals Valves in undefined Check supply pressure Adjust switching status see Technical specifications supply pressure Valve not switching Auxiliary manual actuator Deactivate active auxiliary manual actuator Check supply pressure Adjust see Technical specifications supply pressure Electrical Fault condition Fault finding Remedy Green PWR-LED not on Check power supply Connect correct power see Technical specifications supply Valve not switched by Inspect electrical Reconnect the system auxiliary manual actuator/ connections Valve not switched by Check power supply Connect correct power electrical signal see Technical specifications supply Yellow LED (valve indicator) Check bus addressing Set correct not on bus addresses Check programming Change programming Green Bus-LED not on Inspect bus cable Reconnect or replace bus (Bus-PWR control only) cable Check bus power supply Reconnect or replace power supply Assistance in case of technical problems is available through: AIRTEC Pneumatic GmbH Westerbachstraße 7 D Kronberg Phone +49 (0) Fax +49 (0)

48 10 Standards and licenses Electromagnetic compatibility EN : 1995+A1: 1998+A2: 2002 EN : 1995+A1: 1998+A2: 2001 EN : 1995+A1: 2001 EN : 2001 EN : 1993 EN 55011: 1998+A1: 1999 Protection type acc. to EN EN 60529: 1991+A1: 2000 AS-International Association RE-26/04-AS3 RE-26/08-AS3 RE-26/12-AS3 RE-26/04-AS3-R04 RE-26/08-AS3-R08 RE-26/12-AS3-R12 Interference resistance, ESD Interference resistance, HF fields Interference resistance, burst Interference emission Interference resistance Radio interference depending on housing Lic. No , Profile S-8.F.E, Complete Specification 3.0 License in preparation Profibus-DP Profibus-DP license by PNO in preparation. DeviceNet DeviceNet license by ODVA in preparation. Copyright 2005 by AIRTEC Pneumatic GmbH Westerbachstraße 7 D Kronberg Phone +49 (0) Fax +49 (0) All rights reserved. Any reproduction, by whatever process, in whole or in part of this instruction manual without prior written consent given by AIRTEC Pneumatic GmbH is prohibited. This also applies to registered designs and utility and patent models. 48

49

50 Subject to change without notice in the course of technical improvement. AIRTEC Pneumatic GmbH Westerbachstraße 7 D Kronberg Telefon Telefax

Combi switchbox with integrated 3/2 way pilot valve

Combi switchbox with integrated 3/2 way pilot valve H Combi switchbox with integrated 3/2 way pilot valve Construction The GEMÜ combi switchbox with integrated 3/2 way pilot valve for pneumatically operated quarter turn actuators has a micro-processor controlled

More information

Product Information. Gateway For Connecting EnDat Encoders to PROFIBUS-DP

Product Information. Gateway For Connecting EnDat Encoders to PROFIBUS-DP Product Information Gateway For Connecting EnDat Encoders to PROFIBUS-DP April 2012 PROFIBUS Gateway For Connecting EnDat Encoders Encoders with EnDat interface for connection via gateway All absolute

More information

VP23, 3-way proportional pressure control valves Seat valve with μp-driven pressure control

VP23, 3-way proportional pressure control valves Seat valve with μp-driven pressure control VP, -way proportional pressure control valves > > Port size: G/... G/ > > All-digital control electronics > > Variable pressure control > > Optional actuation via fieldbus (separate datasheet on request)

More information

zamak nitrile rubber selfestinguishing technopolymer aluminum B10 24 V DC (± 10%) holding 0,32 W, pick-up 5,5 W (25 ms) IP65 button with tool

zamak nitrile rubber selfestinguishing technopolymer aluminum B10 24 V DC (± 10%) holding 0,32 W, pick-up 5,5 W (25 ms) IP65 button with tool P0 0mm COMPCT valves - threaded body and for sub-base mounting - Low standard power consumption (0,W): low power consumption electropilot B0 (standard version with LED) - Quick response times - High flow

More information

zamak nitrile rubber selfestinguishing technopolymer aluminum B10 24 V DC (± 10%) holding 0,32 W, pick-up 5,5 W (25 ms) IP65 button with tool

zamak nitrile rubber selfestinguishing technopolymer aluminum B10 24 V DC (± 10%) holding 0,32 W, pick-up 5,5 W (25 ms) IP65 button with tool P mm COMPCT valves threaded and for subbase body Low standard power cosumption (0,W): low power consuption electropilot B (standard version with LED) Quick response times High flow rate: the development

More information

Addendum to the Operating Instructions

Addendum to the Operating Instructions Drive Technology \ Drive Automation \ System Integration \ Services Addendum to the Operating Instructions MOVIMOT with AS-Interface and AC Motor DT/DV Unit Replacement MOVIMOT MM..C -> MM..D with MLK3A

More information

zamak nitrile rubber self-extinguishing technopolymer aluminum

zamak nitrile rubber self-extinguishing technopolymer aluminum PS COMBOBOX valves - Valves with compact design: valve body with integrated sub-base - High flexibility: > possibility of choosing fitting dimension (--) according to users needs > manifolds from up to

More information

3 Way Proportional Pressure Control Valve Nominal diameter 2 Direct operated poppet valves Flange design Low hysteresis

3 Way Proportional Pressure Control Valve Nominal diameter 2 Direct operated poppet valves Flange design Low hysteresis VP0 Way Proportional Pressure Control Valve Nominal diameter Direct operated poppet valves Flange design Low hysteresis Good repeatability High flow capacity at exhaust port Manifold mountable system Compact

More information

Single sub-base valve

Single sub-base valve solenoid valves Mini-valves 10 mm Electrical connection... Mounting... Port sizes... Rated temperature... Fluid... Working pressure... Nominal flow... Pneumatic connections Voltage... Power... NC poppet

More information

zamak nitrile rubber self-extinguishing technopolymes aluminum

zamak nitrile rubber self-extinguishing technopolymes aluminum G 0 mm - G / Valves and solenoid valves - G/ threaded valve body with traditional Univer spool system - Version with integrated connection and esternal connection - Compact design - High flow rate - Versions

More information

Electro-Pneumatic Pressure Control Valves (Pages from SC-Master2 Catalog) The Drive & Control Company

Electro-Pneumatic Pressure Control Valves (Pages from SC-Master2 Catalog) The Drive & Control Company Electro-Pneumatic Pressure Control Valves (Pages from SC-Master2 Catalog) The Drive & Control Company E/P (Electro-Pneumatic) Pressure Control Valves Index Page Series ED02, proportional solenoid, analog

More information

6 mm (Synchronus flange) 10 mm (Clamp flange) 10 / 12 mm (Plug shaft) axial 40 N, radial 60 N (10, 12 mm Shaft) Operating speed 10 000 min -1

6 mm (Synchronus flange) 10 mm (Clamp flange) 10 / 12 mm (Plug shaft) axial 40 N, radial 60 N (10, 12 mm Shaft) Operating speed 10 000 min -1 Absolut Encoder BC 58 Singleturn / Multiturn short cicurit-proof Parallel, SSI, Profibus DP, Interbus (K2) (K3) DeviceNet, CAN, CANopen, Mechanical Specifications: (Synchronus flange) (Clamp flange) 10

More information

PCAN-B10011S Bus Converter High-speed CAN to Truck Trailer CAN. User Manual. Document version 2.1.0 (2013-11-15)

PCAN-B10011S Bus Converter High-speed CAN to Truck Trailer CAN. User Manual. Document version 2.1.0 (2013-11-15) PCAN-B10011S Bus Converter High-speed CAN to Truck Trailer CAN User Manual Document version 2.1.0 (2013-11-15) Products taken into account Product Name Model Part number PCAN-B10011S IPEH-002041 CANopen

More information

Cable Plug acc. to DIN EN 175301-803, Form A

Cable Plug acc. to DIN EN 175301-803, Form A Cable Plug acc. to DIN EN 175301-803, Form A Complete program Contact form 18 mm Also available with LED indicator Optional 4-pin version for pressure switch or impulse valves respectively Versions with

More information

Valve series MN-06 acc. to NAMUR, 3/2-way G1/4 750 Nl/min (0.762 Cv)

Valve series MN-06 acc. to NAMUR, 3/2-way G1/4 750 Nl/min (0.762 Cv) Valve series MN-06 acc. to NAMUR, 3/2-way G1/4 750 Nl/min (0.762 Cv) Order code Series and function 1) Plug socket see page 5.042. MN-06-310-HN-442 Standard coil 1) 441 = 12 V DC, 4.2 W 442 = 24 V DC,

More information

ISO 15407-1/2 (VDMA 24563) ISO 02 (18 mm) - ISO 01 (26 mm) Valves

ISO 15407-1/2 (VDMA 24563) ISO 02 (18 mm) - ISO 01 (26 mm) Valves BD ISO 0/ (VDM ) ISO 0 ( mm) ISO 0 ( mm) Valves BDE = solenoid valves ISO 0/ with integrated connection including V DC coils and connector BDB = solenoid valves ISO 0/ with external connection with M connector

More information

Technical data. General specifications. Indicators/operating means. 30 Hz Multiplex operation 30 Hz / n, n = number of sensors, n 5

Technical data. General specifications. Indicators/operating means. 30 Hz Multiplex operation 30 Hz / n, n = number of sensors, n 5 Model Number Single head system Features Parameterization interface for the application-specific adjustment of the sensor setting via the service program ULTRA 000 programmable switch outputs Hysteresis

More information

Technical Description

Technical Description abcxyz Contents 1. General...1 2. Block Diagram...2 3. First Steps...2 4. Technical Data...3 4.1 AS-Interface...3 4.2 Pin Out...4 4.3 Supply of Periphery...4 4.4 Inputs...5 4.5 Outputs...5 4.6 Mechanical

More information

Modular I/O System Analog and Digital Interface Modules

Modular I/O System Analog and Digital Interface Modules OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Modular I/O System Analog and Digital Interface Modules Installation Operation Maintenance Document Information Document ID Title: Operating Instructions Modular I/O System Part

More information

Proportional relief valves type AGMZO-TERS, AERS two stage, with integral or remote pressure transducer, ISO 6264 size 10, 20 and 32

Proportional relief valves type AGMZO-TERS, AERS two stage, with integral or remote pressure transducer, ISO 6264 size 10, 20 and 32 www.atos.com Table F040-1/E Proportional relief valves type AGMZO-TERS, AERS two stage, with integral or remote pressure transducer, ISO 6264 size 10, 20 and 32 AGMZO are two stage poppet type proportional

More information

Solenoid Valve Island Type 3965

Solenoid Valve Island Type 3965 Solenoid Valve Island Type 365 for the control of pneumatic actuators General The Type 365 Solenoid Valve Island is a compact solution for the centralized control of pneumatic actuators in chemical and

More information

Mounting instructions. Junction box VKK2R-8 DIGITAL. A1145-1.0 en

Mounting instructions. Junction box VKK2R-8 DIGITAL. A1145-1.0 en Mounting instructions Junction box VKK2R-8 DIGITAL VKK2R-8 DIGITAL 3 Contents Page Safety instructions... 4 1 Introduction and appropriate use... 7 2 Mechanical construction... 8 2.1 Mounting... 9 3 Electrical

More information

Electrically operated valves Series M-05, 3/2-, 5/2- and 5/3-way G1/8 650 and 750 Nl/min (0.661 and 0.762 Cv)

Electrically operated valves Series M-05, 3/2-, 5/2- and 5/3-way G1/8 650 and 750 Nl/min (0.661 and 0.762 Cv) Electrically operated valves Series M-05, 3/2-, 5/2- and 5/3-way G1/8 650 and 750 Nl/min (0.661 and 0.762 Cv) Order code Series and function M-05-310-HN-442 Standard coil HN at ports 2 + 4 HN at ports

More information

Control- and feedback head for integrated mounting on Robolux valves Type 2036

Control- and feedback head for integrated mounting on Robolux valves Type 2036 Control- and feedback head for integrated mounting on Robolux valves Type 203 Type 885 Type 88 can be combined with Compact stainless steel design Contactless valve position registration Coloured illuminated

More information

FL SWITCH SF... Factory Line Switches With Standard Functions. Data Sheet

FL SWITCH SF... Factory Line Switches With Standard Functions. Data Sheet Factory Line Switches With Standard Functions Data Sheet 05/2004 This data sheet is valid for the following products: FL SWITCH SF 8TX FL SWITCH SF 7TX/FX FL SWITCH SF 6TX/2FX FL SWITCH SF 16TX FL SWITCH

More information

Pilot Operated 2 Port Solenoid Valve for Dry Air

Pilot Operated 2 Port Solenoid Valve for Dry Air Pilot Operated Port Solenoid Valve for Dry Air Series VQ0/30 Compact and lightweight with large flow capacity [Option] VQ0 Weight (g) 46 80 C [dm 3 /(s bar)].5 (C8) 3.0 (C) Series Series VQ0 VCH VDW VQ

More information

G1/4 Q8. Standard with biased position

G1/4 Q8. Standard with biased position Contents Version Actuation Page Characteristics Dimensions x / Way Valves pneumatic 6,7, 0 9 electric 6,7 9, 9 / Way Valves pneumatic 6,7, 0 electric 6,7, 0 / Way Valves pneumatic 6,7,, 6, 7 electric 6,7,,

More information

Series 7500 Torque Sensor

Series 7500 Torque Sensor Properties PTO (Power Take-Off) shaft with integrated torque and angle measurement Non-contact measurement system, high robustness Plug & Play solution, no additional electronics required Performance Measurement

More information

Magnetic field sensor for pneumatic cylinders BIM-INT-Y1X-H1141

Magnetic field sensor for pneumatic cylinders BIM-INT-Y1X-H1141 ATEX category II 1 G, Ex zone 0 ATEX category II 1 D, Ex zone 20 SIL2 as per IEC 61508 Rectangular, height 6mm Plastic, PA12 Magnetic-inductive sensor DC 2-wire, nom. 8.2 VDC Output acc. to DIN EN 60947-5-6

More information

Product Information. EIB 192 Interface Electronics

Product Information. EIB 192 Interface Electronics Product Information Interface Electronics July 2014 Interpolation and digitizing electronics Integrated 16 384-fold subdivision Input: Incremental encoders from HEIDENHAIN Output: Position values as per

More information

R60 USB to CAN interface Manual (1.5 EN)

R60 USB to CAN interface Manual (1.5 EN) R60 USB to CAN interface Manual (1.5 EN) General information R60 USB to CAN interface Manual Version 1.5 EN, 02/2010, DOC01586 Copyright 2010 by ; all rights reserved. Eugen-Adolff-Strasse 134, D-71522

More information

Proportional pressure regulators VPPE

Proportional pressure regulators VPPE Proportional pressure regulators VPPE Proportional pressure regulators VPPE Product range overview Function Version Pneumatic connection Proportional pressure regulator Nominal size for pressurisation/

More information

Set for Profibus DPV1 in IP20 TI-BL20-DPV1-8

Set for Profibus DPV1 in IP20 TI-BL20-DPV1-8 Type code Ident no. 1545007 Number of channels 8 Dimensions (W x L x H) 110.3 x 128.9 x 74.4 mm Cable max. 50 m between interface and read/write head 2 decimal rotary coding switches for the adjustment

More information

for air dampers and control valves of oil and gas burners

for air dampers and control valves of oil and gas burners 7 814 Actuators for air dampers and control valves of oil and gas burners SQM45... SQM48... Electromotoric actuators Torques: SQM45... up to 3 Nm SQM48... up to 20 Nm SQM48.6... up to 35 Nm Running times:

More information

E/P Regulator (DeviceNet TM type) ITV1000/2000/3000/2090-DE* Series

E/P Regulator (DeviceNet TM type) ITV1000/2000/3000/2090-DE* Series Doc. No. ITV2-OM00095-B P R O D U C T N A M E E/P Regulator (DeviceNet TM type) MODEL/ Series/ Product Number ITV1000/2000/3000/2090-DE* Series Install and operate the product only after reading the Operation

More information

Housing diameter Shaft diameter 1. Flange (Mounting of housing) Protection class shaft input (EN 60529) Protection class housing (EN 60529)

Housing diameter Shaft diameter 1. Flange (Mounting of housing) Protection class shaft input (EN 60529) Protection class housing (EN 60529) Direct mounting without coupling Flexible hollow shaft design up to diameter 4 mm Through hollow shaft or as end shaft (blind shaft) Easy installation by means of clamping shaft or blind shaft Short overall

More information

Series 6000 Torque measured metal bellow coupling

Series 6000 Torque measured metal bellow coupling Properties Free of float metal bellow coupling with integrated torque measurement Non-contact measurement system, high robustness High torsional stiffness Limited torque of inertia Performance Measurement

More information

Wind Sensor W-RS485 with RS485 Interface

Wind Sensor W-RS485 with RS485 Interface Wind Sensor W-RS485 with RS485 Interface Technical data and notes for installation Elsner Elektronik GmbH Steuerungs- und Automatisierungstechnik Herdweg 7 D-75391 Gechingen Germany Phone: +49 (0) 70 56/93

More information

SECTION G2: CABLE PROCESSOR MODULE MAINTENANCE

SECTION G2: CABLE PROCESSOR MODULE MAINTENANCE SECTION G2: CABLE PROCESSOR MODULE MAINTENANCE Cable Processor Module overview WARNING! When tipping the Cable Processor Module back, (after removing the toggle arm pin), use extreme caution not to drop

More information

Electronic Pressure Switch EDS 300

Electronic Pressure Switch EDS 300 Electronic Pressure Switch EDS 300 User manual Page 2 of 16 Content 1. Functions of the EDS 300...3 2. Mounting...3 3. Operating keys on the membrane keypad...4 4. Digital display...4 5. Output function...5

More information

TS93 EMR T/PT/TDE. Surface applied door closer

TS93 EMR T/PT/TDE. Surface applied door closer TS EMR T/PT/TDE Surface applied door closer Installation instructions: Pull side track mount door closer with smoke detector (EMR T) Push side track mount door closer with smoke detector (EMR PT) Double

More information

Important: Read Before Commissioning

Important: Read Before Commissioning Safty Instructions Important: Read Before Commissioning The user must ensure that all operators are familiar with this operating manual and follow it at all times. The operating manual must be read carefully

More information

Smart DeviceNet Remote I/O Terminals

Smart DeviceNet Remote I/O Terminals Smart DeviceNet Remote I/O Terminals ather and Use Information for Effective Preventive Maintenance et more useful data for preventive maintenance when you build cost-effective parallel information systems

More information

TECHNICAL DATASHEET Incremental Encoder RI 58-D / RI 58TD

TECHNICAL DATASHEET Incremental Encoder RI 58-D / RI 58TD Direct mounting without coupling Flexible hollow shaft design up to diameter 4 mm Through hollow shaft or as end shaft (blind shaft) Easy installation by means of clamping shaft or blind shaft Short overall

More information

Pressure transmitter (2 wire) / switch for continuous or On/Off Control

Pressure transmitter (2 wire) / switch for continuous or On/Off Control transmitter (2 wire) / switch for continuous or On/Off Control Indication, monitoring, transmitting and continuous or On/Off control in one device Output signal 4...20 ma, 2-wire for continuous control

More information

3/2-, 5/2- and 5/3-way Solenoid Valves for process pneumatics

3/2-, 5/2- and 5/3-way Solenoid Valves for process pneumatics 3/2-, 5/2-5/3-way Solenoid Valves for process pneumatics Type 6518 stard High flow-rate capacity Reduced power consumption Single or manifold mounting stard Type 6518/6519 can be combined with... Stard-,

More information

DVPPF02-H2. PROFIBUS DP Slave Communication Module Application Manual

DVPPF02-H2. PROFIBUS DP Slave Communication Module Application Manual DVPPF02-H2 PROFIBUS DP Slave Communication Module Application Manual Warning Please read this instruction carefully before use and follow this instruction to operate the device in order to prevent damages

More information

Programmable set for Ethernet Modbus/TCP in IP67 TI-BL67-PG-EN-2

Programmable set for Ethernet Modbus/TCP in IP67 TI-BL67-PG-EN-2 Type code Ident no. 1545065 Number of channels 2 Dimensions (W x L x H) 108 x 145 x 77.5 mm CoDeSys-programmable acc. to IEC 61131-3 Cable max. 50 m between interface and read/write head 10/100 Mbps Male

More information

Set for PROFINET IO in IP20 TI-BL20-EN-PN-4

Set for PROFINET IO in IP20 TI-BL20-EN-PN-4 Cable max. 50 m between interface and read/write head Connection of up to 4 read/write heads via BL ident extension cables Mixed operation of HF and UHF read/ write heads Connectors /S2500 Type code Ident

More information

Technical data. General specifications. Indicators/operating means. Electrical specifications Operating voltage U B Power consumption P 0 Interface

Technical data. General specifications. Indicators/operating means. Electrical specifications Operating voltage U B Power consumption P 0 Interface Release date: 06-0- 09: Date of issue: 06-0- 009_eng.xml Model Number Single head system Features Parameterization interface for the application-specific adjustment of the sensor setting via the service

More information

Automation System TROVIS 6400 TROVIS 6493 Compact Controller

Automation System TROVIS 6400 TROVIS 6493 Compact Controller Automation System TROVIS 6400 TROVIS 6493 Compact Controller For panel mounting (front frame 48 x 96 mm/1.89 x 3.78 inch) Application Digital controller to automate industrial and process plants for general

More information

VALVES ISO 5599/1 SERIES SAFE AIR

VALVES ISO 5599/1 SERIES SAFE AIR Starting from a series of sturdy, reliable valves, such as those to ISO 5599/1, some special features have been added, such as the presence of a valve status diagnostic system and the creation of a double

More information

Operating instructions. AS-i Profibus gateway AC1411 / AC1412 7390884/00 04/2014

Operating instructions. AS-i Profibus gateway AC1411 / AC1412 7390884/00 04/2014 Operating instructions AS-i Profibus gateway AC1411 / AC1412 7390884/00 04/2014 Contents 1 Preliminary note 4 1.1 Notes on this document 4 1.2 Symbols used 4 2 Safety instructions 4 2.1 General 4 2.2 Installation

More information

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Models No. Description

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Models No. Description TECHNICAL INFORMATION Models No. Description HP2070, HP2070F, HP2071, HP2071F 20mm (3/4") 2-Speed Hammer Drill CONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS L W NEW TOOL P 1 /13 W L These hammer drills have been developed

More information

REMOTE MOUNT SOLENOID DRIVER (0-10 VDC Input Version)

REMOTE MOUNT SOLENOID DRIVER (0-10 VDC Input Version) REMOTE MOUNT SOLENOID DRIVER (0-10 VDC Input Version) Part No.: PCB Board - RSD-PCB-10V-x DIN Rail Mount RSD-DR-10V-x Packaged Driver (board installed in housing assembly) Available with no cable - RSD-SMB-10V-x-00

More information

Programmable set for Ethernet Modbus/TCP in IP20 TI-BL20-PG-EN-8

Programmable set for Ethernet Modbus/TCP in IP20 TI-BL20-PG-EN-8 CoDeSys-programmable acc. to IEC 61131-3 Cable max. 50 m between interface and read/write head 10/100 Mbps LEDs for display of supply voltage, group and bus errors as well as status and diagnostics Connection

More information

DANGER DANGER. General Information. Safety Is Your Responsibility. Ordering Parts. Contact Information

DANGER DANGER. General Information. Safety Is Your Responsibility. Ordering Parts. Contact Information Safety Safety Is Your Responsibility DANGER To avoid personal injury or death, carefully read and understand all instructions pertaining to the Anthony Liftgates product. Do not attempt to install, operate,

More information

...2 Installation instructions: Electrical system for towing hitch...2

...2 Installation instructions: Electrical system for towing hitch...2 ...2 Installation instructions:...2 321 556 391 105-005 - 03/11 Installation instructions: General data Part number Westfalia Vehicle Manufacturer Vehicle 321 556 300 143 ZGB 2K2 055 203 VW Caddy III,

More information

SIMATIC NET. CP 243-2 AS-Interface Master B C. Preface Contents. Technical Description and Installation Instructions Interface to the User Program

SIMATIC NET. CP 243-2 AS-Interface Master B C. Preface Contents. Technical Description and Installation Instructions Interface to the User Program Preface Contents SIMATIC NET CP 243-2 AS-Interface Master Manual Technical Description and Installation Instructions Interface to the User Program 2 in the S7-200 CPU Access to the Data of the AS-i Slaves

More information

Pneumatic Applications

Pneumatic Applications Pneumatic s 800-333-493 Pneumatic Control System with separate installation of cables and hoses with conduits 80x40. 15 Pneumatic Profiles 800-333-493 Profiles can be used as support structure and compressed-air

More information

HERZ-Thermal Actuators

HERZ-Thermal Actuators HERZ-Thermal Actuators Data Sheet 7708-7990, Issue 1011 Dimensions in mm 1 7710 00 1 7710 01 1 7711 18 1 7710 80 1 7710 81 1 7711 80 1 7711 81 1 7990 00 1 7980 00 1 7708 11 1 7708 10 1 7708 23 1 7709 01

More information

Model CHASSIS LUBE ELECTRIC GREASE PUMP WITH REMOTE SIGNALING Series "A" - Q3. FEB FORM Section

Model CHASSIS LUBE ELECTRIC GREASE PUMP WITH REMOTE SIGNALING Series A - Q3. FEB FORM Section Model 94823 CHASSIS LUBE ELECTRIC GREASE PUMP WITH REMOTE SIGNALING Series "A" - Q3 FEB - 2009 FORM 403731 Section Page - 27 13.00" (330 mm) 17.72" (450 mm).35" (9 mm) Mounting Holes 4.72" (120 mm) SPECIFICATIONS

More information

Electrical data Nominal voltage AC/DC 24 V Nominal voltage frequency

Electrical data Nominal voltage AC/DC 24 V Nominal voltage frequency echnical data sheet NV24A--RE Communicative globe valve actuator for 2-way and 3-way globe valves Actuating force 1000 N Nominal voltage AC/DC 24 V Control Modulating DC (0)2...10 V Variable Nominal stroke

More information

CONNECTOR AMPLIFIER FOR PROPORTIONAL VALVES (4-20 ma Input Version)

CONNECTOR AMPLIFIER FOR PROPORTIONAL VALVES (4-20 ma Input Version) TECHNICAL DATASHEET #TD1102AX CONNECTOR AMPLIFIER FOR PROPORTIONAL VALVES (4-20 ma Input Version) Part Number: Connector Amplifier CAPV-H-4-20MA-x complete with cable CAPV-4C-yM Where: x = current output

More information

Arecont Vision H.264 Color or Day/Night SurroundVideo Series Installation Manual

Arecont Vision H.264 Color or Day/Night SurroundVideo Series Installation Manual 0 P a g e H.264 Color or Day/Night SurroundVideo Installation Manual Inside the box: A. Arecont Vision SurroundVideo camera B. Mounting template C. RJ45 female to female coupler D. Hex key E. Security

More information

Position Transducers with Restoring Spring 10, 25, 50, 75, 100 mm TR, TRS Series

Position Transducers with Restoring Spring 10, 25, 50, 75, 100 mm TR, TRS Series Position Transducers with Restoring Spring 10, 25, 50, 75, 100 mm TR, TRS Series Special features long life 100 x 10 6 movements outstanding linearity up to ±0.075% choice of plug or cable connection DIN

More information

Turbocharger system components, servicing

Turbocharger system components, servicing 21-1 Turbocharger system components, servicing Engine codes: AAZ, 1Z, AHU Observe rules of cleanliness Page 21-10 Turbocharger hoses and lines, connecting Page 21-11 WARNING! Do not re-use any fasteners

More information

Ball valve C 16 valve ball completely moulded in place, extremely low clearance volume, high k v value

Ball valve C 16 valve ball completely moulded in place, extremely low clearance volume, high k v value Ball valve C valve ball completely moulded in place, extremely low clearance volume, high k v value Advantage maximum safety due to valve ball completely moulded in place - ball and ball seat cannot be

More information

System 8. ü www.nassmagnet.com ( +49 511 6746-0. System 8

System 8. ü www.nassmagnet.com ( +49 511 6746-0. System 8 System 8 ü www.nassmagnet.com ( +9 11 7-0 System 8 The name System 8 stands for a modular system of solenoid coils, armature systems, solenoid operators and solenoid valves. The diameter of the armatures

More information

MGC 1 Multi Gun Control

MGC 1 Multi Gun Control E Operating instructions and Spare Parts List Multi Gun Control GUNS 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 00 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 0 kv 000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 00 µa GEMA VOLSTATIC 0 An ITW Company 3 4 Table of

More information

4 non-safe digital I/O channels 2 IO-Link Master V1.1 slots. Figure 1. Figure 2. Type code. TBPN-L1-FDIO1-2IOL Ident no. 6814053.

4 non-safe digital I/O channels 2 IO-Link Master V1.1 slots. Figure 1. Figure 2. Type code. TBPN-L1-FDIO1-2IOL Ident no. 6814053. PROFINET slave Integrated Ethernet switch 100 Mbps supported 2 x M12, 4-pin, D-coded, Ethernet fieldbus connection Glass-fiber reinforced housing Shock and vibration tested Potted module electronics Protection

More information

Inductive sensor NI10-M18-Y1X-H1141

Inductive sensor NI10-M18-Y1X-H1141 ATEX category II 1 G, Ex zone 0 ATEX category II 1 D, Ex zone 20 SIL2 as per IEC 61508 Threaded barrel, M18 x 1 Chrome-plated brass DC 2-wire, nom. 8.2 VDC Output acc. to DIN EN 60947-5-6 (NA- MUR) M12

More information

MINI MCR-SL-R-UI(-SP)

MINI MCR-SL-R-UI(-SP) Resistance/potiposition transducer INTERFACE Data Sheet 0807_en_05 Description PHOENIX CONTACT - 0/008 Features The slim MINI MCR-SL-R-UI... potiposition transducer has a width of only 6. mm and converts

More information

Differential Pressure Sensors for air and non-corrosive gases, with calibration certificate

Differential Pressure Sensors for air and non-corrosive gases, with calibration certificate 1 919 1919P01 1919P03 QBM65/C, QBM75-1U/C Differential Pressure Sensors for air and non-corrosive gases, with calibration certificate QBM751-1/C QBM65/C QBM75/C Highly accurate measurements with calibration

More information

Square D Clipsal DIN-Rail Four-Channel Auxiliary Input Unit

Square D Clipsal DIN-Rail Four-Channel Auxiliary Input Unit Square D Clipsal DIN-Rail Four-Channel Auxiliary Input Unit SLCLE5504AUX for Use with Wired C-Bus Networks Instruction Bulletin Retain for future use. Square D Clipsal DIN-Rail Four-Channel Auxiliary Input

More information

Mounting Instructions. Torque Transducer. A0329 3.2 en

Mounting Instructions. Torque Transducer. A0329 3.2 en Mounting Instructions Torque Transducer T5 T5 Contents 3 Page Safety instructions.............................................. 4 1 Measuring characteristics..................................... 7 2 Mounting.....................................................

More information

TECHNICAL DATASHEET Incremental Encoder RI 58-O / RI 58-T

TECHNICAL DATASHEET Incremental Encoder RI 58-O / RI 58-T Universal industry standard encoder Up to 40 000 steps with 0 000 pulses High signal accuracy Protection class up to IP67 Flexible due to many flange and configuration variants Suitable for high shock

More information

Fluid Level Gauge Fluid Level Sensor Temperature Switch FSA / FSK / TS

Fluid Level Gauge Fluid Level Sensor Temperature Switch FSA / FSK / TS Fluid Level Gauge Fluid Level Sensor Temperature Switch FSA / FSK / TS up to size 381; to PN 0.5; to T = 80 C 1. Description 1.1. General FSA fluid level gauges, FSK fluid level sensors and TS temperature

More information

HF series Hall effect joysticks

HF series Hall effect joysticks Distinctive features and specifications 1, 2 & 3 axis configurations Dual sensors for redundancy CANbus J1939 and CANopen options Voltage regulator, 24V supply option USB 1.1 HID interface option ized

More information

BNI IOL-709-000-K006 BNI IOL-710-000-K006. IO-Link Sensor-Hub analog User s Guide

BNI IOL-709-000-K006 BNI IOL-710-000-K006. IO-Link Sensor-Hub analog User s Guide BNI IOL-709-000-K006 BNI IOL-710-000-K006 IO-Link Sensor-Hub analog User s Guide Inhalt 1 Notes to the user 2 1.1 About this guide 2 1.2 Structure of the guide 2 1.3 Typographical conventions 2 Enumerations

More information

3/2-way Solenoid Valve, direct-acting, NC or NO

3/2-way Solenoid Valve, direct-acting, NC or NO 3/2-way Solenoid Valve, direct-acting, NC or NO Electrical connection cable plug, Form A With or without manual override as standard Threaded port and sub-base s Impulse optional Type 6014 can be combined

More information

Digital flow ELEMENT transmitter for continuous flow measurement

Digital flow ELEMENT transmitter for continuous flow measurement Digital flow ELEMENT transmitter for continuous flow measurement Type 8036 can be combined with... DN06 to DN65 fluidic process connection Programmable outputs : one or two transistor output(s) and single

More information

MINI MCR-SL-UI-UI-NC. Extract from the online catalog. Order No.:

MINI MCR-SL-UI-UI-NC. Extract from the online catalog. Order No.: Extract from the online catalog MINI MCR-SL-UI-UI-NC Order No.: 2864150 MCR 3-way isolating amplifier for electrical isolation of analog signals, input/output configurable via DIP switch, with screw connection,

More information

Model 201 Wiegand Touchpad Reader Installation Guide

Model 201 Wiegand Touchpad Reader Installation Guide Model 201 Wiegand Touchpad Reader Installation Guide P/N 460353001C 15AUG11 2011 UTC Fire & Security. All rights reserved. This document may not be copied in whole or in part or otherwise reproduced without

More information

2M IR Mini Dome Quick Installation Guide

2M IR Mini Dome Quick Installation Guide 2M IR Mini Dome 2M IR Mini Dome Quick Installation Guide Please follow the installation steps below to set up 2M IR Mini Dome IP Camera. Check the package contents against the list below. See P.1 Physical

More information

ZC-24DO CANopen I/O Module: 24 Digital Outputs

ZC-24DO CANopen I/O Module: 24 Digital Outputs Z-PC Line EN ZC-24DO CANopen I/O Module: 24 Digital Outputs Installation Manual Contents: - General Specifications - Technical Specifications - Installation Rules - Electrical connections - DIP-switches

More information

user manual Manual Part No

user manual Manual Part No user manual Manual Part No. 502408 Index 1.0 Introduction..........................2 This Manual...........................2 2.0 Safety Summary......................3 Terms in this Manual....................3

More information

ABB Drives. User s Manual HTL Encoder Interface FEN-31

ABB Drives. User s Manual HTL Encoder Interface FEN-31 ABB Drives User s Manual HTL Encoder Interface FEN-31 HTL Encoder Interface FEN-31 User s Manual 3AUA0000031044 Rev B EN EFFECTIVE: 2010-04-06 2010 ABB Oy. All Rights Reserved. 5 Safety instructions

More information

Operating Instructions Drill rig DRU160

Operating Instructions Drill rig DRU160 Operating Instructions Drill rig DRU160 Index 000 / 001 Original operating instructions 10988825 en / 20.10.2009 Congratulations! With a Hydrostress unit from TYROLIT you have chosen a tried and tested

More information

Connection system for solenoid valves and spool valves designed for fieldbus systems PROFIBUS-DP, INTERBUS-S, DEVICE-NET

Connection system for solenoid valves and spool valves designed for fieldbus systems PROFIBUS-DP, INTERBUS-S, DEVICE-NET Installation manual ValveConnectionSystem Connection system for solenoid valves and spool valves designed for fieldbus systems PROFIBUS-DP, INTERBUS-S, DEVICE-NET MS-P575-5.GB.Ra GB ! CAUTION! To avoid

More information

Unit 24: Applications of Pneumatics and Hydraulics

Unit 24: Applications of Pneumatics and Hydraulics Unit 24: Applications of Pneumatics and Hydraulics Unit code: J/601/1496 QCF level: 4 Credit value: 15 OUTCOME 2 TUTORIAL 4 DIRECTIONAL CONTROL VALVES The material needed for outcome 2 is very extensive

More information

3 Port Solenoid Valve

3 Port Solenoid Valve Port Solenoid Valve Series V00 Rubber Seal Power consumption 0. W (with power saving circuit) VV0 VV00 V00 -V F VS temperature rises: C (with power saving circuit) Sonic conductance Series Standard Large

More information

Technical data machine connector M12 1, 4-pole according to IEC ; FIXCON-capable

Technical data machine connector M12 1, 4-pole according to IEC ; FIXCON-capable Data Sheet 902815 Page 1/7 JUMO Dtrans T100 Screw-in RTD temperature probe with/without transmitter for temperatures from -50 to +260 C EHEDG certification complies with ROHS for EU and China configuration

More information

HSP GmbH Zum Handwerkerhof 2 90530 Wendelstein Tel. 09129 / 2852-0 Fax: 09129 / 2852-11 Web: www.hsshsp.de EMAIL: HSP@hsshsp.de NTG-3000.

HSP GmbH Zum Handwerkerhof 2 90530 Wendelstein Tel. 09129 / 2852-0 Fax: 09129 / 2852-11 Web: www.hsshsp.de EMAIL: HSP@hsshsp.de NTG-3000. NTG-3000 Transducer Data Sheet Document Version 2.8 Page 1 of 10 Versions / Revisions: Document Creation Author Description version date 2.0 2012-07-25 P. Compensis First official version 2.1 2012-08-24

More information

PHILIPS Broadband Fiber Optic System

PHILIPS Broadband Fiber Optic System PHILIPS Broadband Fiber Optic System FOP 0435/011 FOP 0435/011 FOP 0435/011 FOP 0435/011 FOP 0510/011 15V DC LINE 230V~ 40W FUSE T 2A H / 250V Return Path RX Return Path RX Return Path RX Return Path RX

More information

Subminiature Load Cell Model 8417

Subminiature Load Cell Model 8417 w Technical Product Information Subminiature Load Cell 1. Introduction... 2 2. Preparing for use... 2 2.1 Unpacking... 2 2.2 Using the instrument for the first time... 2 2.3 Grounding and potential connection...

More information

Hardware Manual RM CANview Ethernet

Hardware Manual RM CANview Ethernet Hardware Manual RM CANview Ethernet Table of Contents 1 Legal Regulations...3 2 About the Device...4 3 Disposal...4 4 Important Information for Using CANview Ethernet...5 4.1 How to Open the Protection

More information

Angle Sensor touchless technology transmissive. Series RFA4000. The sensor utilizes the orientation of a magnetic field for the

Angle Sensor touchless technology transmissive. Series RFA4000. The sensor utilizes the orientation of a magnetic field for the Angle Sensor touchless technology transmissive Series RFA4000 The sensor utilizes the orientation of a magnetic field for the determination of the measurement angle. Therefore, a magnet is attached to

More information

CMC-DN01 DeviceNet Slave Communication Card Operation Manual

CMC-DN01 DeviceNet Slave Communication Card Operation Manual CMC-DN01 DeviceNet Slave Communication Card Operation Manual 2011-12-26-A Warning This operation manual provides introduction on the functions, specifications, installation, basic operation and settings

More information

Installation Manual (English) Adjustable Active DP Terminator T1-Pepper Active RS485 segment termination for non-compliant cable

Installation Manual (English) Adjustable Active DP Terminator T1-Pepper Active RS485 segment termination for non-compliant cable Installation Manual (English) Adjustable Active DP Terminator T1-Pepper Active RS485 segment termination for non-compliant cable Designed for use with the COMbricks SALT repeater All baudrates Redundant

More information