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INTECONT PLUS

Belt Weigher
Operating Manual
BV-H2214GB
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Contents
1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2 Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Power ON 4
Signal Lamps 4
Normal Displays 5
Control In Normal Mode 5
Event Messages 6
Function Distributor 8
Display Test and Version Number 8
Batching Mode 9
Visual Make-up 11
Keyboard Mode 11
Activate/Deactivate EasyServe 12
Prefeeder 12
Printing 12
Zero Setting 16
Read Parameters 17
3 Control Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
4 Operating Principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
5. Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
6. Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
7 Setting Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Function Distributor 33
Calibrating Functions 34
Belt Circuit LB 34
Tare TW 35
Weight Check CW 36
Set Time 38
Simulation Mode 38
8 Service Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
9. Parameterization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Preselect Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Enter Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Hardware Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Parameters Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
10 Event Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
System Messages S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Electrics E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Calibration C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Maximum H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Minimum L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Batching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Signal Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
11 Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
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How To Operate Your INTECONT 83
Mechanical Prerequisites 84
Electrical Prerequisites 84
Enter Parameters 85
Functional Check 86
Calibration 87
Check Using Check Weight 87
Check Belt Speed 88
Check Using Material 88
Automatic Zero Setting 89
Belt Run Monitoring 89
Belt Influence Compensation BIC 90
Control for Point of Discharge CPD 90
Cosine Pendulum 91
Test Plug 91
12 Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Start / Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Batching Without Clearance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Batching With Clearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Data Flow Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Connection Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Base Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Option Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Weighing Platforms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
1. Effective Platform Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
2. Check Weight QPRF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
3. Conveyor Belt Inclination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Printer Connectivity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
13 Replacement Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Replacing INTECONT PLUS FIP > INTECONT PLUS VEG. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
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This manual applies to software version: VBW 20600-04
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1 Overvi ew
What Is The INTECONT:
INTECONT PLUS is designed as measuring and
evaluation system for
Belt Weighers
Solids Flow Meters
Mass Flow Meters
Mass Flow Feeders
Weighfeeders
Loss-in-weight Feeders
Three system versions are available:
1. Without option card (standard)
2. With option card VFE 610V for additional
input/outputs and printer
3. With option card for fieldbus
VSS021V : Modbus/S5
VPB 020V: Profibus
VCB020V: DeviceNet
VET020V: MODBUS/TCP
This manual applies to belt weighers using the fully
equipped INTECONT variant.
For Further Reading:
Fieldbus manual BVH2220
SS-RK512 (3964R) FH 458
Modbus (Comp) FH 525
Display:
5 x 7 - dot matrix with 6 mm character height
Upper display left : running message
right : delivery rate in kg or t
Lower display left : event messages
right : selectable
feed rate, belt speed
etc.
Display can be changed over to American units.
LEDs:
2 green and 3 red LEDs
Green LEDs : Ready
Red LEDs : Error or limit value
messages
Keyboard:
Flexible membranes with tactile touch
gB Start/stop measurement
TU Preselect lower display
Select functions
i Reset counter
G FUNC Call function distributor and
event texts
O DEL Acknowledge event messages
Delete input
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O Z1 = 1 2 0 0 0 kg
E1 I = 1 0 0 0 kg/h
N ESC Abort function
f ENT Start function
Acknowledge input
P DAT Prepare input
B9 Enter parameters
KL Enter sign and decimal point
Some Definitions:
I = Feed rate in kg/hr or t/hr
Material amount discharged from belt
per unit time
Z = Delivery rate in kg or t
Material amount fed out = feed rate x feed time
V = Belt speed in m/s
Q = Belt load in kg/m
Material weight on one belt meter
Measuring Principle:
Belt load Q and speed V are continuously measured
and multiplied.
The result is feed rate I used to determine delivery
rate.
I in kg/hr
Q in kg/m
V in m/s
Measurement techniques:
n Precision AC voltage amplifier with continuous
correction of zero point and range
n Highly resolving analog-to-digital converter
The integrated method is designed to efficiently
suppress line voltage interferences.
n 16-bit microcontroller
n Unlimited storage of counter readings,
configuration and calibration data.
The basic diagram shows all inputs and outputs.
L/C = Load cell for acquisition of belt load Q
D = Speed transducer
S = Belt circuit sensor for automatic belt
influence compensation BIC
(non-standard)
24 V = Power supply
V = Speed transducer
Q = Load cell
ANALOG= Analog output selectable for feed rate,
belt load, belt speed
SERIAL = Serial interfaces for printer and host
computer
MIN = Relay output for limit value monitoring
Open = MIN value exceeded down
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O Z1 = 1500 kg
I = 100 kg/h
MAX = Relay output for limit value monitoring
Open = MAX value exceeded up
Feed rate, belt load, or belt speed, can be
monitoring separately for excess of MIN
and MAX values.
FAULT = Relay output for alarms
Open = Alarm
FULL = Relay output for full feed in batching
mode
Closed = full feed
DRIBBLE = Relay output for dribble feed
Closed = dribble feed
MOTOR = Control output for belt drive
Closed = ON
PREF. = Control output for prefeeder
Closed = On
RELEASE
=
Release signal for totalization
H = Release
ON/OFF = Start scale and totalization.
High = ON
OFF = Stop
Low = STOP
COUNTER= Pulse output for connection of external
totalizing counter
For simple measuring tasks, with constant belt speed,
speed transducer D can be omitted.
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2 Control
Power ON
During power failure
Counter readings
Counter pulses not yet output
Preselected normal displays
Service values, e.g. ON-time
remain stored for an endless period of time.
The internal clock continues running for approx. 5
days.
After power-on, display and lamps are automatically
tested before version number of system is displayed
for some seconds to be then replaced by the normal
displays.
Message E1
reports power failure and can be defined as ALARM or
WARNING.
ALARM:
Red lampXand message E1 are
flashing.
To start scale, first acknowledge
message.
WARNING:
Signal lampXremains dark,
message E1 does not flash.
Start/stop scale automatically or in
manual. No acknowledgement is
required.
O Lets you acknowledge event
message.
Signal Lamps
a (green) POWER OK
lights if all power supplies are OK.
b (green) CPU OK
lights if microprocessor is ready to
operate.
X (red) ALARM
flashes if an Alarm event is
available.
In addition, an event code appears
in lower display line.
MIN (red) MIN LIMIT VALUE
lights if feed rate limit value is
exceeded down.
MAX (red) MAX LIMIT VALUE
lights if feed rate limit value is
exceeded up.
READY:
The two green signal lamps must be lit, and no Alarm
message available.
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Z1 = 2 5 0 0 kg
E1 I = 0 kg/h
Z1 = 2 5 0 0 kg
E1 I = 0 kg/h
Normal Displays
Upper Display
Left Rotating point as running message.
Scale has started, totalized amount
and feed rate are acquired.
In stop state of scale (point stands
still) only belt load and belt speed are
measured.
Right Totalizing counter Z1
Lower Display
Left Event message, alphanumerically
coded, e.g. E1 for power failure.
Right Selectable display
TU Select display
Counter Z2 Z2 = 6000 kg
Counter Z3 Z3 = 1000 kg
Feed rate I = 1000 kg/hr
Feed rate Ir = 50.00 % 1)
Belt load Q = 10.000 kg/m
Belt load Qr = 50.0% 2)
Belt speed V = 0.0500m/s
Batching displays Zb, ZI, Zd, Nb 3)
1) related to nominal feed rate
2) related to nominal belt load
3) see Batching Mode.
Display formats and units of counters Z1, Z2, Z3 and I
can be selected separately.
Control In Normal Mode
g Start totalization
Prerequisite : External release signal
available (selectable)
START source (B06)
set to OP or Keyboard
Mode active.
Feature : Rotating point in left field
of upper display
B Stop totalization
Feature : Point stands still
Belt load and belt speed continue
being measured.
i Reset totalizing counters.
1 Enter number of desired counter
(1 or 2).
Counter no. : _
Counter 3 cannot be reset. In case of
overflow, counting resumes from 0.
f Acknowledge input.
N Correct faulty input or accidental use
of DELETE key.
TU Select lower display
(see Normal Display).
O Acknowledge event messages.
G Call further functions, e.g. display
event messages, calibration.
N Exit function distributor.
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O Z1 = 50 000 kg
Z2 = 60 0 kg/h
Event Messages
Definitions
All important scale functions are internally monitored,
and faults are reported by event message.
For troubleshooting details, see Event Messages
item.
Message E1 Power Failure
Group code (e.g. E) and number (e.g. 1) appear in left
field of lower display.
In addition, an explanatory text can be called up.
The events are organized into 4 classes. The
assignment between event and class can be selected
using relevant parameter.
n ALARM Display is underscored and
flashes.
Red signal lamp X flashes.
Totalization stops, scale is
inoperable.
Start:
If cause of Alarm has been
removed and error message
acknowledged.
Acknowledgement:
If cause of Alarm has not been
removed, flashing stops but
message is still on display.
n WARNING 1 Display permanent and
underscored Totalization goes on.
Acknowledgement:
If cause of fault is still present,
underscores are faded out.
n WARNING 2 Display permanent, not
underscored
Acknowledgement:
None
n IGNORE No event monitoring, save
MIN/MAX messages via contact
outputs and signal lamps.
If several events occur at the same time, the most
significant event is displayed first.
Priority: Alarm, Warning 1, Warning 2
Operation
O Acknowledge events of ALARM and
WARNING 1 classes after
elimination of fault. If several events
are available, acknowledge one
after the other.
Display event texts:
G Call function distributor.
TU Scroll Show Event function into
lower display field.
f Select function.
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Z1 = 2500 kg
E1 I = 0 kg/h
Display shows
event name e.g. No Release
event code e.g. S2
and a note e.g. Parameter O07.
The note informs the operator of relevant parameter.
TU Let you view various events.
N Return to normal displays.
List of Events
The events are listed in accordance with display
priority.
System messages S1 Memory Error
S2 No Release*
S3 Scale Maintenance ON
S4 Maintenance Interval
Electrics
S7 Simulation active
S9 Host Communication
Electrics E1 Power Failure
E2 Namur Error Tacho*
E3 Namur Error Sensor*
Material flow B1 Out of Tolerance
B4 BATCH Actual Value MAX
Calibration C C1 L/C Input *
C2 Tacho Input *
C3 Belt Skew
C4 Belt Drift
C5 Tare Correction > MAX
C7 ZERO Time
C8 Slip Error
C9 Tare Diff > MAX
Maximum H H1 I > MAX
H2 Load > MAX
H3 v > MAX
H4 L/C Input > MAX
Minimum L L1 I < MIN
L2 Load < MIN
L3 v < MIN
L4 L/C Input < MIN
I = Feed Rate
V = Belt Speed
L/C = Load Cell
* Fault on device or cabling
Contact Outputs
General Alarm available until acknowledged
MIN/MAX Outputs independent of event class,
active also in IGNORE class.
Limit values are reported as long
as event is available and only
with active scale.
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1. Event S 2 = O 0 7
N o R e l e a s e
Function Distributor
The function distributor lets you call further functions,
or dialogs.
G Call function distributor.
If no event is available, display shows
function selected last.
f Start function.
N Return to normal display and/or
abort function.
TU Scroll through function distributor
Display Events E
Test Display
START/STOP Prefeeder Z
Service Values
Batch Number B
Print Counter Readings
>0< Zero Set
START/STOP Keyboard Mode
Activate/Deactivate EasyServe
Programming
Calibrating Functions S
Read Parameters
Enter Parameters S
Load Default Parameters S
Print Parameters
Status Report
Tare S
START/STOP Simulation
Check Weight S
Imp/Belt Circuit S
Set Time S
Programming and calibrating functions lead to further
menus you can move through using cursor keys.
B = If batching mode is selected, you can access
additional functions in main distributor.
Abort Batch
Deselect Batch
Batch Number
Print Batch
Make-up
Next = Belt Empty
S = Calibrating functions protected by password.
Prompt is output after call of function.
E = If an event is available
Z = Iif activated via parameter
Moving through function distributor has no effect on
weighing functions.
Display Test and Version Number
Lets you check displays and signal lamps.
G
TU
f
Call display test.
1. Display elements flash
rhythmically.
2. Version number is displayed for
apr. 3 s.
Test terminates automatically.
Example:
VBW : Belt Weigher
20600-00 : Version number
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F u n c t i o n
D i s p l a y E v e n t s
Batching Mode
Additional Displays
Upper display : If batching mode is selected, a
totals sign is displayed left of
running message.
Lower display : Use cursor keys to scroll 4
additional values into display field.
U 1. Zb = Batch setpoint
2. ZI = Batch actual value
Amount already
discharged
3. Zd = Batch residual value
Amount not yet
discharged
Zd = Zb - ZI
4. Nb = Consecutive batch
number
Use Batch Number
function to set initial value.
Before a batch starts, ZI and Zd indicate the amounts
fed out during previous batch.
If you deselect batching mode (Deselect Batch functi-
on), displays are disabled but enabled again upon
next selection.
The display format corresponds to the format of
counter 1.
Select Batching Mode
Selection of batching mode enables batching,
however, no batch is started yet.
Prerequisite: Scale OFF
G Call function distributor.
TU Scroll Select Batch into display
field.
f Select function.
System prompts for input of batch setpoint.
If batch is selected from external PC, setpoint input is
omitted.
Enter Setpoint
Setpoint prompt is output automatically upon selection
or can be started in manual when batch is complete
(scale OFF).
If batching mode is deselected or a batch is running,
no input is possible.
When presetting batch setpoint via fieldbus
(Parameter I09 Batch Source = FB), no input is
possible either. This also applies to the input of batch
number and make-up setpoint.
P Prepare setpoint input.
19 Enter setpoint in kg or t
Max. 9 digits including decimal
point.
The unit is that of counter 1.
f Acknowledge input.
N Abort input, old setpoint remains
stored.
O Delete faulty digits.
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. Setpoint Batch
Zb = . . . . . . kg
O Z1 = 2500 kg
ZI = 400 kg
Start and Abort
g Start batch, process starts.
Display ZI moves from 0 towards
setpoint
Display Zd moves from setpoint
towards 0.
B Abort batch.
Batching continues upon next start
command.
Deselect Batch
Lets you deselect batching mode, i.e. mode is removed
from active functions available.
Totals sign disappears from upper display, batching
values ZI, Zd, Zb and Nb are no longer available, but
remain stored.
Prerequisites : Batch complete, or aborted using
Abort Batch function; scale OFF.
GT
f
Call function distributor,
select Deselect Batch function,
and acknowledge.
Use Select Batch function to reactivate batching
mode.
Old values ZI, Zd, Zb and Nb can be viewed again.
Abort Batch
This function lets you abort a running batch, i.e.
batching immediately stops.
Batching mode remains selected.
New batch starts upon next start command, old batch
is not resumed.
Use Make-up function to complete old batch.
GT Call function distributor and select
Abort Batch function.
f Acknowledge.
You can also abort batch using the P02 contact.
Make-up
Lets you add a selected amount of material to a batch
aborted or complete.
Prerequisites : Running batch complete, scale OFF.
No batch printout.
Display ZI : Batch actual setpoint resumes from
achieved value.
Display Zd : Batch residual value remains
unchanged.
Display Zbn : Make-up setpoint
Display Zdn : Batch residual value of make-up
amount
Zdn = Zbn - make-up amount
already fed.
You can scroll all displays into lower display field
using cursor keys.
Zdn and Zbn are available only until start of next
batch.
GT Call function distributor and select
Make-up function.
f Acknowledge.
System prompts for input of
make-up setpoint Zbn in kg or t.
The units is that of Counter 1.
P Until start of make-up, setpoint Zbn
can be changed.
gB Start or abort make-up
If make-up batch is complete, normal batch starts
upon next start command.
For new make-up, call function again.
Abort Batch function also aborts make-up
operations.
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Batch Number Nb
Select a number incrementing by 1 after start of every
new batch.
The consecutive number is printed in batch report and
indicated in lower display line.
Belonging to previous batch, make-up operations are
not counted.
GT Call function distributor and select
Batch Number function.
f Acknowledge.
Prompt Nb = - is output.
f Acquire input.
N Abort input.
Old number remains stored.
Current number can be changed also while a batch is
running.
Next = Belt Empty
One-off changeover to clearance mode.
Next batch is controlled via prefeeder. When batch is
complete, conveyor belt still performs approx. 1/2 belt
circuit.
Prerequisites : Scale OFF,
batch complete,
prefeeder control present and
active.
Batching mode without clearance.
GT Call function distributor and select
Next - Belt Empty function.
f Acknowledge.
g Start batch.
Visual Make-up
A batch report can be printed only if batch is complete
(setpoint reached).
If an unspecified amount is to be batched using the
START/STOP keys, the results can be printed using a
little trick:
1. Call Select Batch function.
2. Enter very high batch setpoint,
e.g. 999999999 kg.
3. Scroll batch actual value ZI into lower display field.
4. Start scale.
5. If desired amount ZI is reached, stop scale.
6. Call Abort Batch function.
7. Start printing
(see Print Batch).
Make-up can be performed only before print
command. To start next batch, resume from item 4.
Keyboard Mode
This function lets you place the selected control
source for
Start/Stop
on the INTECONT keyboard. If you deselect Keyboard
Mode, the old source is active again. When changing
over from external source (e.g. serial) to keyboard, the
Start/Stop status remains stored; vice versa, the
external signal is active.
GT Call function distributor and select
Start Keyboard Mode or Stop
Keyboard Mode functions.
Display feature:
You will know Keyboard Mode by the rectangle in the
upper left display field.
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Activate/Deactivate EasyServe
This function lets you control your INTECONT using
the EasyServe PC service tool.
GT Call function distributor and select
Activate EasyServe function.
Enter communication parameters using Block R.
Note: Upon power failure, the current
status is stored, i.e. the Activate
EasyServe function needs not be
reselected.
Connection to PC can also be made using a 9-pole
SUB-D connector on X4 (RS 232 only) or a Phoenix
connector on X5 (RS232, RS422 or RS485).
See also Wiring Diagram in chapter DETAILS.
Prefeeder
The Start/Stop Prefeeder function lets you activate or
deactivate prefeeder. Select Start, and INTECONT
will control your prefeeder. In Stop state, material flow
is interrupted and scale can be tared.
Prerequisites : External prefeeder present and
controlled by INTECONT.
Activate function using parameter
N 01.
GT Call function distributor and select
Start Prefeeder or Stop Prefeeder
function.
f Start control signal.
Printing
The printing functions are available only if the option
card is present.
Print Batch
The batch report can be printed:
1. using Print Batch function
2. automatically after each complete batch
(Parameter J02 = YES).
Start of printing disables the Make-up function for the
current batch.
Prerequisites : Batch complete, scale OFF.
Print format : Order of sequence, line and column
divisions can be selected at will
(Parameter Block J).
GT Call function distributor and select
Print Batch function.
Start function.
N Abort printing.
Batch Number: Consecutive number of batch
20.11.02: Date and time
Batch Setpoint: Preset batch amount
Batch Actual Val.: Amount batched (actual value)
Totalizer 1:
Totalizing counter 1
Totalizer 2: Totalizing counter 2
Zero Set before: Feeder run time after last taring or
zeroing operation (see Service
Values)
Events : available during printing
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Batch Nummer 40
20.11.02 16:49:41
Batch Setpoint 0.150 t
Batch Actual Val. 0.150 t
Totalizer 1 0.806t
Totalizer 2 806.47 kg
Zero Set beforer 19 min.
Events
E1 Power Failure O01
Print Counter Readings (FMZ), Quantity Report
This report is identical with the batch report, however,
the numerical values are identified as sub-totals by
the # symbol.
If no batching mode is selected, batch number, batch
setpoint and batch actual value are not printed. This
type of report figures as Quantity Report.
Batch actual value [kg] # 998 #
etc.
Call:
1) Use Print Counter Readings function.
Unlike the Print Batch function, printing is
possible during running batch.
2) Printed automatically upon every event printout
(Parameter J03 = YES)
Print Parameters
Print complete parameter list with current values.
Inputs differing from default values are identified by *.
The list is complete with all possible event messages
and the current hardware assignment.
GT Call function distributor and select
Print Parameters function.
f Start function.
N Abort printing at any time.
Print Events
Parameter J03 lets you select/deselect printout of
event messages.
There are 3 options:
1. No printout (NO)
2. Print events (error)
3. Print events and counter readings (YES)
(see Printer Counter Readings)
L2 : Event code
W1 : Error class, e.g. WARNING 1
:
Event has occurred
:
Cause removed, event acknowledged, if
required.
Load<MIN: Explanation
Event is displayed on INTECONT as long as
available.
For more information, see Event Messages item.
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20.11.02 11:45:21 L2 W1 Load > MAX
20.11.02 11:59:01 L2 W1 Load < MIN
PARAMETER PRINTOUT
INTECONT PLUS VBW 20600-01 2482
20.11.02 16:59:51
BLOCK A Dialog Behaviour
01 Language ENGLISH
02 Units SI
BLOCK B Rated Data
01 Feed Rate Unit kg/h
02 Nominal Feed Rate * 1,000 t/h
etc.
Print Zero Setting Results
The result of the automatic zero setting function can
be printed automatically after every belt circuit.
Prerequisite:Parameter H01 =YES(Auto Zero Active)
Parameter H09 = YES
Tare correction is the total of all zero point changes;
total tare additionally includes the basic tare.
Values correspond to same-name parameters
D 03/05.
Status Report
The status report can be printed at any time.
Reported are previous events, calibration results, and
SPC measurement values, e.g. feed rate variance.
SPC = Statistic Process Control
For individual data, see Service Values item.
GT Call function distributor and select
Status Report function.
f Start function.
N Abort printing at any time.
Zero Set before:
Zero point corrected by taring program or
manual/automatic zero setting.
Voltage ON-time:
Total voltage ON-time.
Feeder ON-time:
Total ON-time of conveyor belt and INTECONT.
Last password entry on:
Date of last password input for start of a service function
or parameter change.
Latest matkor change:
The matkor parameter lets you change feed rate and
totalization range.
SPC time:
Measuring time for SPCvalues Qmax and TQ<MIN.
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STATUS REPORT INTECONT PLUS
25.11.02 13:37:12
Software : VBW 20600-01 2482
Hardware version : 1
Option card version : 1
Station address : 1
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Latest Report of: 25.11.02 12:13:13
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
SPC values:
Zero Set before : 4086 min
Voltage ON-time : 68 h
Feeder ON-time : 68 h
Latest password entry of : 22.11.02 17:02:12
Latest matkor change : 15.11.02 15:02:34
K05 SPC Time : 1 h
K06 SPC Filter : 1.00 h
Feed rate
Mean value Imitt : 0.15 %
Variance : 0.09 %
Belt load Q MAX : 0 %
Time Q MIN : 0 %
Totalizer 3 : 510 t
Belt skew : 0.00 %
Belt Drift : 0.00 cm
Latest taring results (max. 5) T in % of Qnenn
22.11.02 16:04:05 : 12.99 %
21.11.02 16:11:22 : 30.75 %
21.11.02 16:10:53 : 33.40 %
22.11.02 16:05:22 : 12.99 %
22.11.02 16:04:43 : 12.99 %
Test weight check of 16.06.03 16:23:17
25.11.02 09:06:28
Set/Act 0.9643
N05 BIC Active NO
Events since power on
1 * H03 v> MAX
1 * C07 Set Time To Zero
1 * E01 Power Failure
Print Zero Setting Results
Total Tare [kg/m] 50,23 Tare Correction T [kg/m] 1,56
SPC filter:
Filter time for SPCvalues mean value and variance
Mean value Imitt:
Feed rate mean value exponentially filtered using the
SPC filter time related to nominal feed rate.
Variance:
Feed rate variance related to the square of nominal feed
rate.
Belt load QMAX:
Maximumbelt load during last fewhours limited by SPC
time related to nominal belt load.
Time Q < MIN:
Total time during which belt load was below Qmin
(Parameter F 05), evaluated over the past few hours
(SPC time).
Last taring results (max. 5):
Results (total tare) of last 5 zero point or tare corrections,
related to nominal belt load.
Test weight check on :
Date and time of last check using check weight,
performed using Weight Check CW setting program.
BIC active:
indicates whether automatic belt influence
compensation is active, or not.
Events report:
lists number and type of events occurred after last
printout.
If no report has been printed yet, counting starts from
time of power-up.
Counter 3:
Totalizing counter 3
Belt skew:
indicates change in belt length in % of total belt length
(Parameter D06).
Belt drift:
indicates belt drift in cm.
Feed Rate Diagram
Printed automatically after status report, the feed rate
diagram shows the current feed rate value in percent
of nominal feed rate. The report period is determined
by Parameter K 05 SPC Time .
The actual diagram resolution is higher than shown in
sample.
Feed rate 50 dots for nominal feed rate
Time : 32 dots for time K 05
Units : t/h, h
Initialisation : upon power-up and change of
Parameter K 05.
Symbol > : Feed rate exceeds 140 %
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Feed Rate in Percent Pnenn
0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 %
- 6h * 5,000 t/h
- 5h * 10,000 t/h
- 4h * 20,000 t/h
- 3h >
- 2h * 40,000 t/h
- 1h * 50,000 t/h
- 0h * 50,000 t/h
Zero Setting
The zero setting programis designed to acquire the belt
weighers zero point error over one or multiple integer
belt circuits.
In normal mode, value is used to correct current
measuring result.
If no automatic mode is selected, use programin regular
intervals.
During zero setting, totalizing counters stop counting.
Prerequisite:1. Conveyor belt totally unloaded.
If necessary, abort program.
User Start Prefeeder function, if
available.
2. Belt running,
indicated automatically.
3. No batch active; batching mode can
remain active.
Call:
G
TU
f
Call Zero Setting function and start.
If belt is not running, program aborts
and requests START.
Program running:
Upper display: Residual run time in % of total run
time.
Lower display: Zero point error in %, related to
nominal belt load.
N Abort program at any time.
Program complete:
Upper display: Deviation of zero point from
previous zero setting operation in %
of nominal belt load.
Dev = + : error increased
Dev = - : error decreased.
Lower display: Deviation of zero point from basic
tare in % of nominal belt load.
Taring program corrects basic tare
during calibration.
Acquire result, or view for information and reject.
f Acquire result.
Scale zero point is corrected.
N Abort program.
Result is rejected.
Restart prefeeder.
Event messages:
1- C7 Zero setting time elapsed.
Deselect message, if not desired.
2- Value Excessive
Zeroing range exceeded; clean
scale and retare, if necessary.
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0. >0< 70.2 %
Tarkor 1.12 %
0. Dev. 70.2 %
Tarkor 1.12 %
Read Parameters
Parameters are defined as variable characteristics or
data used to match INTECONT to the particular
application.
Parameter input is protected by password (see Enter
Parameters).
The Read Parameters function lets you view all
parameters without jeopardizing the operating
reliability.
The parameters are organized into function blocks A ,
B,... and consecutively numbered within a block.
GTf Scroll Programming function into
display field and acknowledge.
Tf Select Read Parameters
sub-function.
Display shows title of first parameter block.
TU Scroll through parameter blocks
A, B,...
fT Scroll through parameters within a
block.
N Return to blocks.
N Return to normal displays.
For more information, see Enter Parameters.
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Dialog Behaviour
Block: A
Nominal Feed Rate
B02 1000.0 kg/h
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3 Control Overvi ew
gB Start/Stop if preselected
U
T
SCROLL Select lower display line and functions.
(1) Counters Z2, Z3 (4) Belt load Q
(2) Feed rate I (5) Belt speed v
(3) Feed rate Ir in %
i RESET Reset counter(s)
(1) Enter number of desired counter (1 or 2).
(2) Use ENT key to acknowledge.
(3) Use ESCAPE key to abort input.
(4) Use DELETE key to delete faulty digits.
G FUNCTION Call function distributor and event messages
(1) SCROLL keys let you select desired function.
If an event is available, Display Event function is preselected.
(2) ENTER key lets you activate function.
(3) SCROLL keys let you view available event messages one after the other.
(4) ESCAPE key lets you return to normal displays.
O DELETE Acknowledge event messages, delete inputs.
N ESCAPE Abort function and return to normal displays.
f ENTER Acknowledge input, e.g. setpoint,
start functions, e.g. Display Events (see FUNCTION).
P DATA Prepare input, e.g. parameters.
O Z1 = 1500 kg
-- I = 100 kg/h
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4 Operati ng Pri nci pl e
A belt weigher is designed to continuously weigh the
material amount transported on a conveyor belt.
Belt Load:
The material is guided to a weighing platform
arranged under the belt and limited by 2 carrying
idlers. Via one or multiple weighed idlers, the platform
load excerts a force on load cell (L/C).
The deflection for measurement is 0.2 mm. The
weighed idlers are connected with the frame structure,
e.g. with the use of a leaf spring parallel system.
Proportional to platform load, the load cell output
voltage is amplified and transferred to the INTECONT
microprocessor with the use of an analog-to-digital
converter.
The white triangle indicates the load distribution on a
single-idler platform scale. Only half of the materials
weight force is applied to the weighed idler.
The translation of load ratio into platform length has
become accepted usage in weighing technology.
Leff = effective platform
length
Lg = total platform length
For weighing platforms equipped with multiple
weighed idlers, factor 1/2 is different.
Belt load in kg/m is thus:
QB = total load on
weighing platform.
Belt Speed:
A further measure for feed rate is belt speed v,
acquired with the use of speed transducer D and
translated into a corresponding pulse frequency.
If belt load is constant and more approximate
accuracy will suffice, speed measurement can be
omitted.
Feed Rate:
INTECONT normalizes physical units kg/m and m/s.
Multiplication of the two values results in feed rate I.
I in kg/s
v in m/s
Q in kg/m
QB in kg
Leff in m
I in kg/h:
I in kg/h
As to the rest,
see above.
Automatic Belt Influence Compensation (BIC):
Not even the best of conveyor belts is perfectly even;
particulary in welding points, the belt will be heavier
and stiffer. The figure above shows the relations over
one belt circuit in exaggerated fashion.
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Therefore, a high accuracy can normally be ensured
only over entire belt circuits, i.e. over the mean value.
INTECONT is able to acquire and correct this
influence with the use of a belt circuit sensor and a
metal belt mark.
This considerably increases the scales short-term
accuracy.
To enable variations to be considered during
operation, the belt influence is continuously
measured. The compensation adaptively follows up,
also if material is fed.
Measurement at the point of discharge (CPD):
For constructional reasons, the weighing platform is
not directly located at the point of material discharge.
Therefore, if belt load varies, the feed rate measuring
result does not exactly correspond to the current feed
rate at the point of discharge.
A special speed-dependent delay elements shifts the
measurement to the discharge point.
To do so, no special load transducers are required;
however, the additional use of the automatic belt
influence compensation is reasonable.
Batching:
In batching mode, a preselected material amount is
fed. When batch setpoint is reached, batching stops.
Batching can be controlled via conveyor belt drive or
material prefeeder.
Control via belt drive:
In this mode, the conveyor belt is still fully loaded after
complete batch.
0 Start batch and conveyor belt.
1 Abort batch
or
2 resume at any time.
3 Reduce belt speed, change over to dribble feed.
4 Stop conveyor belt.
5 Drive stops, batch setpoint is reached.
Control via prefeeder:
Batch complete, conveyor belt is empty.
0 Start batch and conveyor belt.
Open prefeeder.
1 Stop belt, if necessary; cut off belt and prefeeder
drive.
2 Resume batching.
3 Changeover to dribble feed is possible, but not
always reasonable.
4 Stop prefeeder if precalculated distance to
setpoint is reached.
5 Batch complete.
Conveyor belt continues running for approx. 1/2
belt circuit.
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Dribble feed and cut-off point are self-optimizing, i.e.
they are automatically corrected after every batch.
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5. Techni cal Data
n Panel-mounting unit VEG 20600/20610
Front panel : 96 x 288 mm
Panel cut-outs : 88 x 282, wall thickness
max. 10 mm
Mounting depth : min. 225 mm
(including 50 mm for
connectors)
Protected to : IP 20, front to IP 65
Material : plastic grey to RAL 7022
Display
: fluorescent, 2 lines of 20
characters, 6 mm high
Keyboard : flexible membranes with
tactile touch
Signal lamps : LEDs, 2 x green, 3 x red
Power supply :
24 V(DC) 50 % -25%,
max. 1 A,
no fuse, pole-reversal
protective circuit
Ext. power supply : 90...264V/ 50HZ...60HZ
n Surface-mounting unit: with panel mounting unit
VEG 20...
n Wall-mounting housing
Measuring
systems : width x height x depth
410x330x236mm
Feeding
systems : width x height x depth
500x600x300mm
Protected to : IP 65
Material : steel sheet, 1.5 mm, grey
Voltage supply : 90...264V/50Hz...60Hz
Extension : Feed unit controller
n Environment
Temperature : -25 C ... +45 C,
tested to -40C
Humidity : Class F (DIN 40 040) *
Interference
immunity to IEC 801
Interference
suppression : to VDE 871, EN 55 011
Housing safety : to IEC 348
EC recommen-
dations : CE label
* Tropical version (class R) upon request
n Storage temperature
-40 C ... +60 C
n Connectors
Plug/screw connectors (Phoenix Combicon),
non-confusible
n Control outputs
Number : 8 N/O relay contacts
Base board : 3
Option card : 5
Load : max. 230 V(AC)
8 A resistive load, 1 A
inductive
If error message CPU Not OK is output, all contacts
open.
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Z1 = 2500 kg
I = 0 kg/h
n Control
Number : 5
Base card : 3
Option card : 2
Type : 24 V(DC) +/-30 %, 5 mA,
galvanically isolated
n Control inputs (NAMUR)
Number : 2
Type : NAMUR (DIN 19234),
short-circuit and cable
breakage monitoring
n Analog output
Number : 2
Base card : 1
Option card : 1
Current : raise ...20 mA impressed
Raise : 0... <20 mA
Load : max. 500 ohms
Reference : 0 V by user,
galvanically isolated
Resolution :
12 bits +/- 1 d
If error message CPU Not OK is output, output
signal turn 0 mA.
n Analog input
Number : 1
Current : raise ...20 mA impressed
Raise : 0... 20 mA
Load : 500 ohms
Reference : 0 V internal,
galvanically non isolated
Resolution : 10 bits +/- 1/2 d
Acuracy : <0.4% over entire
temperature range
n External totalizing pulse counter
Frequency : max. 10 Hz
Pulse length : selectable 50...1000 ms
Output : 24 V, max. 100 mA
optionally active low or active
high,
galvanically isolated,
short-circuit-proof, limited to
apr. 350 mA,
negative amounts are stored
internally and must be
compensated by positive
amounts before new pulse is
output.
This ensures integral
accuracy also with minimal
belt load.
n Serial printer interface
Number : 1 (option card)
Type : RS 232 (V24), max. 38400
baud
Data format : 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no
parity
Isolation : galvanically non-isolated
Connectors : Phoenix MSTB, contat
spacing 3.5 mm, max.
1.5 mm
2
Character map : ISO-Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1)
n Load cell connection
Voltage supply : +/- 6 V AC (+/-3 %)
(apr. 66 Hz
short-circuit-proof
Measuring cycle : 100ms
Resolution : 24 Bit
Load : R (load cell) = min. 80 ohms
Cable length : max. 30 % voltage drop,
max. 500 m
Measuring range : -20mV....+50mV
with VLW:
-1.6mV...min. 32mV
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n Serial interface for service PC
Number : 1
Type : RS232; RS422 or RS 485
max. 19200 baud
Data format : 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, odd
parity changeable to even or
no
Isolation : galvanically non-isolated
Connectors : Phoenix MSTB, contact
spacing 3.5 mm, max. 1.5
mm
2
or 9-pole D-Sub HD20
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6. Characteri sti cs
n Power failure
Scale data, calibration values, counter readings
and pulses pending remain stored after power
failure for an unlimited period of time. The internal
clock continues running for approx. 5 days.
n Dialog language
for error messages, operation, and service
programs.
Select: DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
FRANCAIS
ESPANOL
ITALIANO
n Units (selectable)
SI units : kg , kg/h
t , t/h
m , cm
NON-SI units: lb , lb/h
t , t/h
f , inch
(see Parameter List)
n Start/Stop totalizing counter
Select using Parameter B06.
n Displays
Upper display: Totalizing counter 1
Lower display: Totalizing counters 2 and 3
Feed rate absolute
Feed rate relative
Belt speed
Belt load absolute
Belt load relative
Batch data
Select for lower display using cursor keys.
n Signal lamps (top down)
VOLTAGE OK (green)
PROCESSOROK (green)
ALARM (red)
MIN (red) MIN feed rate value
MAX (red) MAX feed rate value
n Event messages
Events and faults are displayed in form of an
alphanumeric code. Call clear text of consecutive
events via keyboard.
Events are organized into Alarms and Warnings,
with and without acknowledgement. Alarms stop
scale; warnings dont.
All alarms are additionally reported via relay
output.
n Operating philosophy
Operator prompting through multi-level menus.
Important configuration and calibration functions
are protected by password.
n Belt speed
For simple applications, speed measurement can
be omitted.
n Zero setting
Zero setting can be performed
1- manually via keyboard
2- automatically, if belt is empty.
The maximum admissible zero setting elevation is
monitored.
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n Taring
Designed to zero the basic tare load, the taring
program on principle has the same function as the
zero setting program. However, tare elevation is
not monitored, and the call is protected by
password.
n Automatic belt influence compensation (BIC)
Using an additional belt circuit sensor and a metal
belt mark, the dynamic zero point influence of the
conveyor belt can be compensated during
operation (with and without material).
This considerably increases the belt weighers
short-term accuracy.
n Measurement at the point of discharge (CPD)
A special speed-dependent delay element shifts
the point of measurement to the material
discharge point where the material amount
discharged is acquired.
n Belt drift display
For prerequisites, see BIC.
n Batching mode
(1) Without clearance of conveyor belt.
Controlled is the belt drive motor.
(2) With clearance of conveyor belt.
Controlled is the material prefeeder.
Cut-off point and start of dribble feed can be
adapted automatically in either case.
n Zero drop out
Used to suppress totalization upon measurements
around zero, for counter to stop while belt is being
unloaded.
Deselect function, if not desired.
n MIN/MAX messages and outputs
2 separately selectable limit values for monitoring
of signal lamps and relay outputs.
Any event can be reported by message.
MIN/MAX for
(1) Feed rate
(2) Belt load
(3) Belt speed
Switching threshold, relay outputs and event class
can be defined individually for all 6 possibilities.
n Display filter
Define individually for feed rate, belt load and belt
speed.
n Maintenance hints
Display event on screen.
(1) Voltage ON-time
(2) Scale ON-time
(3) Zero setting required
n Statistic Process Control (SPC)
Mean values, variances, maximum value storage,
zero settings tables, etc. are available in form of
service values.
n Adaptions
The electrical system needs not be redesigned,
adapted, etc.
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n Calibration
Calibration as such is not necessary.
All you have to do is enter some constructional
data on load cells, speed transducer, belt
inclination, etc. INTECONT uses these data to
compute all requisite display normalizations.
Check, or recalibration, can be effected in two
ways:
a) Using material
Enter check result into INTECONT, and
measuring result will be corrected.
b) Using check weight
A special check program lets you check
normalization, or if certain technical data are
not exactly known (lever ratio, belt inclination,
etc.), correct them.
In subsequent operation, this program can be
used to detect mechanical changes, e.g. platform
distorsion after settling of foundation.
n Digital inputs
Number Name Default Value
P03
P01
B06
P02
N04
B03
P04
N18
DI Ackn. Events
Release
START Source
DI Abort Batch
Sensor Source
Tacho Source
DI Start
Freeze BIC
DI1
DI3
(OP)

DI6
DI7

n Digital Outputs
Number Name Default Value
Q04
Q05
Q01
Q02
Q03
Q11
Q12
N15
N16
N17
Q06
Q07
Q08
Q09
Q10
DO I-MIN
DO I-MAX
DO ALARM
DOSTARTFeeder
DO START Scale
DO Full Feed
DO Dribble Feed
DO Belt Skew
DO Belt Drift
DO Belt Slip
DO Q-MIN
DO Q-MAX
DO v-MIN
DO v-MAX
DO Batch Active
DO4
DO2
DO3

DO1

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
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7 Setti ng Programs
Function Distributor
The function distributor lets you access all setting
programs.
G Call function distributor.
If no event is available, function selected last
is displayed.
f Start function.
N Return to normal displays, or
abort function.
TU
Move through function distributor.
Display Results E
Display Check
START/STOP Feeder Z
Service Values
Batch Number B
Print Counter Readings
>0< Zero Set
START/STOP Keyboard Mode
START/STOP EasyServe
Programming
Calibration Functions S
Read Parameters
Enter Parameters S
Load Default Par. S
Print Parameters
Print Status Report
START/STOP Simulation
Tare S
Weight Check S
Imp/Belt Circuit S
Set Time S
Programming and Calibrating functions lead to further
menus you can move through using cursor keys.
B = If batching mode is selected, additional
functions can be accessed in main distributor.
Abort Batch
Deselect Batch
Batch Number
Print Batch
Make-up
Next = W/Belt Empty
S = Calibrating functions protected by password.
Prompt is output after call of function only
E = An event is available.
Z = Activated via parameter.
Moving through function distributor has no effect on
weighing functions.
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F u n ctions
D i s p l a y R e s u l t s
Calibrating Functions
There are 3 setting programs designed to ease initial
calibration and recalibration.
(1) Pulses/Belt Circuit LB
(2) Taring TW
(3) Weight Check CW
Upon initial calibration, perform functions in the above
order of sequence.
All functions can be reached using the CALIBRATION
function and are protected from unauthorized use by
password.
During program run until acknowledgement
(1) no totalization takes place
(2) analog outputs are set to offset values
(3) no event messages are suppressed
(4) all BIC functions are cut off.
The operating sequence is the same with all
programs.
G Call function distributor.
TUf Scroll CALIBRATION FUNCTIONS
into lower display field and
acknowledge.
B7f Enter password 07734.
Display shows a setting program, e.g. TW: Tare.
f Start setting program.
N Return to normal displays.
For approx. 2 min., Calibration menu can be
recalled without password input.
Belt Circuit LB
Call setting program LB: IMP/BELT only
(1) upon initial calibration
(2) after mounting new belt or considerably varying
belt tension
(3) after having changed parameter B 04
Charact.Val. vs or B 05 Nominal Speed (in case
of scales with and without speed measurement).
Program acquires the number of speed transducer
pulses for one belt circuit and uses the number of
pulses as belt circuit code for the following programs:
(a) Manual or automatic zero setting
(b) Taring TW
(c) Weight Check CW
Upon initial calibration, first call setting program LB.
This also applies to scales without speed
measurement.
Prerequisites : (1) Before calling program, measure
time of one belt circuit with
maximum possible accuracy and
enter into Parameter C 02.
(2) Deselect batching mode.
(3) Ensure conveyor belt is running.
Sequence:
Gf Function distributor, calibrating
functions, password
(see Calibrating Functions)
TU Scroll LB: Imp/Belt
into lower display field.
f Start.
N Abort at any time.
Setting programs do not control belt drive and
prefeeder.
If any condition is not met, setting program aborts
and a corresponding message is output.
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Calibrating Functions
S5 TW. Tare
Program running:
Upper display : residual run time in seconds
Lower display : added speed transducer pulses
Program complete:
Upper display : belt speed mean value over total run
time
Lower display : Pulses/belt circuit total
f Accept result and enter into
Parameter D 06.
N Reject result.
The sequence is the same if no speed measurement
is provided.
Special Messages:
(1) START if belt is not running
(2) ABORTED
Attention!
If a belt circuit sensor is present (N03 = YES),
program sequence slightly differs.
Running
message : E-PROG active (lower display)
Complete
message : ... - I/B
value flickers upon every belt circuit.
Operation : as described above
Error message : If sensor is improperly recognized
(sensor pulses measured do not
correspond to parameter setting),
message Sensor Error is output and
setting program aborts. For
troubleshooting, see
Commissioning/Belt Run
Monitoring item.
Tare TW
The taring program acquires the belt weighers zero
point error over one or multiple integer belt circuits
and uses value to correct current measuring result in
normal mode.
On principle, taring program is identical with zero set-
ting program.
Tare : acquire basic tare (weight of
mechanical system, conveyor belt,
etc.) upon commissioning, service
and maintenance.
Set to zero : acquire zero point deviation during
operation, e.g. contamination.
Unlike the zero setting program, the correction
amount of the taring program is unlimited.
After taring, the admissible correction amount of the
zeroing program relates to the new reference value.
Prerequisites : (1) Conveyor belt totally unloaded.
Control prefeeder using the
START/STOP Feeder function.
(2) Clean mechanical scale system in
weighing area.
Normal deposits immediately
recurring during operation need
not be removed.
(3) Deselect batching mode.
(4) Ensure conveyor belt is running.
Corresponding hint is output
automatically.
Sequence:
Gf Function distributor, calibrating
functions, password
(see Calibrating Functions)
TU Scroll TW: Tare
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>. LB : 5.6 s
1500 Imp
>. LB: v 0.095 m/s
451251 I/B
f Start function.
N Abort function at any time.
Program running:
Upper display: residual run time in %of total run time
Lower display : continuously meaned tare in % of
nominal belt load
Program complete:
Upper display : deviation of tare value from previous
taring result
in % of nominal belt load
dev = + : tare has increased
dev = - : tare has decreased
Lower display : mean value of total tare
in % of nominal belt load
f Accept taring result and enter into
Parameter D 04.
Set tare correction (D05) to zero.
N Reject result, i.e. scale is not tared.
Special Messages:
(1) START if belt is not running
(2) ABORTED
Note:
(1) Related to nominal belt load, tare value can
exceed 100%.
(2) If deviation (dev) exceeds 20%, check scale for
mechanical faults, e.g. jammed material
particles.
(3) If BIC is active (M05 = YES), BIC tare vectors
are initialized along with taring program.
Weight Check CW
This program lets you check the INTECONT
measuring range.
Load weighing platform with a known check weight
and acquire platform load mean value over one or
multiple integer belt circuits.
INTECONT compares the result with defined setpoint
and displays value. Automatic correction does not
take place.
Prerequisites : (1) Tare or zero set
(2) Enter check weight into Parameter
C 08.
Select check weight between
30...100 % of nominal platform
load Q0.
Q0 = q0 * Leff
q0 = nominal belt load
Parameter D 01
Leff = eff. platform length
Parameter C 05
(3) Apply check weight in proper
location.
(4) Select batching mode.
(5) Start conveyor belt.
Corresponding hint is output
automatically.
Sequence:
Gf Function distributor, calibrating
functions, password
(see Calibrating Functions).
TU Scroll CW: Weight Check
function into lower display field.
f Start function.
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>.
TW: 9 0. 2 %
T a r e 5 2. 3 5
>. Dev. 2.45 %
Tare 53.20
N Abort function at any time.
Program running:
Upper display : residual run time in %of total run time
Lower display : continuously meaned SET/ACT
measuring result
Program complete:
Upper display : Fictitious material amount fed over
run time *.
Lower display : mean value KOR of SET/ACT over
total run time
fN Exit program.
Since result is not
AUTOMATICALLY ACQUIRED,
both keys are equivalent.
Special Messages:
(1) START if belt is not running
(2) ABORTED (irrelevant)
* Lets you check scale zero point without check
weight.
Display format: xxxxxxx,yy kg
Evaluating Result:
Error < 1 % : KOR = 0.99...1.01
Scale OK, no further action required.
Error < 5 % : KOR = 0.95...1.05
Enter KOR value into Parameter D
02.
This make good sense only if
parameter has not yet considered
result of check using material.
Error > 5 % : KOR < 0.95, or KOR > 1.05
Multi-percent deviations suggest
faulty data input (e.g. belt incination,
lever arms not exactly known), and/or
mechanical faults (misalignment,
distorsions).
Check does not consider Parameter D 02 Range
Correction, so that check program will indicate
same error quotient KOR after check.
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>. CW: 1200,34 kg
COR 0,99915
>. C W : 5 1 , 4 %
Set / Act 0 , 9 8 4 2
Set Time
Unlike the other programs, date and time can be
changed in START and STOP states of scale and
read off under SERVICE VALUES.
Gf Function distributor, Calibrating
functions, password
(see Calibrating Functions).
TU Scroll Set Time function into lower
display field.
f Call menu.
N Abort at any time.
033 Year, e.g. 03
Enter month, day, hour, minute,
second.
f Acknowledge every input.
As soon as seconds are
acknowledged, new date is stored,
and complete date is briefly
displayed.
O Delete digit entered last
After power failure, time remains stored for min. 5
days.
Simulation Mode
The Simulation Mode lets you check all scale
functions without material at the time of
commissioning.
During simulation, scale is cannot operate in normal
mode.
Gf Function distributor, Calibration
functions, password (see
Calibration Functions).
TU Scroll START Simulation into lower
display field.
f Start program.
Display : Event message S7
In upper line, the = symbol
flashes.
Function can be cut off in the same way (STOP
Simulation).
Features:
1. All operating functions can be performed.
2. Feed rate actual value is set to nominal rate.
3. Belt load and speed measurement are active.
4, All control inputs/outputs operate as usually.
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8 Servi ce Val ues
The Service table includes detailed system
information.
Call does not affect weighing functions.
GT
f Call SERVICE VALUES function and
activate.
TU Move through service values.
N Return to normal displays.
Displays:
1) VBW 20600-01 2482 Version number
2) HW = 1 Hardware version
3) Option card: 0 (not available)
1 (available)
4) Date and time
5) Relay outputs switching condition
I + DO = 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
1" = contact closed
0" = contact open
Inputs 4-8 on option card
N = no option card
6) Input switching condition
I+ : DI = 1 1 1 1 1 + 0
1" = contact closed
0" = contact open
Inputs 4 + 5 on option card
N = no option card
Inputs 6 + 7 designed as Namur inputs
(belt sensor, tacho)
+ short circuit; - cable breakage;
1" = sensor covered; 0" = sensor free
7) EL = 22 h
Voltage ON-time
Monitored: Parameter K 01, Message S4
8) ED : >0 = 95 min
Scale ON-time after last taring, or last manual or
automatic zero set.
Prerequisite : Totalization ON, conveyor belt
may be stopped.
Monitored : Parameter H 07, Message C7
9) ED = 19 h
Scale and conveyor belt ON-times
Prerequisite : Totalization ON
Monitored : Parameter K 03, Message S3
10) Tacho = 96.6 Hz
Speed transducer input frequency
Select frequency between 0.4...3000 Hz.
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O Z1 = 1500100 kg
Opt..Card : 1
11) aw = 30.988 %
Load on load cells related to total of load cells
rated capacity.
If value exceeds 100 %, load cells are overloaded.
From 110 % onward, message H4 :
L/C Input > MAX is output.
12) vap = 0.883168 mV/V
Unnormalized load cell amplifier output value
delayed for point of material discharge (CPD
active).
13) bic = 2.34001 mV/V
Unnormalized load cell amplifier output value with
active BIC (Belt Influence Compensation)
14) L/C = 1.383257 mV/V
Unnormalized load cell amplifier output value
(Gross).
Acquired before belt influence compensation and
delay for point of discharge.
15) R_L/C = 300 ohms
Load cell resistance value
16) Slip s = 0.25 %
Variation in belt length in % of total belt length
(Parameter D 06).
Prerequisite: Belt sensor active (N03), sensor
area on conveyor belt (N04).
Monitored : Parameter N13, message C8
17) Belt Drift tr = 0.12 cm
The arrows indicate the direction of drift.
Prerequisite: see Slip
Monitored : Parameters N09-N12, messages
C3 and C4
18) Pulses of sensor area Imp.S. = 386
Measured pulses of sensor area. If belt sensor is
properly located, the following result is expected:
Imp.S. = 0.5 * sensor length * 0.01 * charact. value
vs
Prerequisite: see Slip
19) Mean value Imitt = 22.27 %
Feed rate mean value related to nominal feed rate
Filter : Exponential, Parameter K 06
Prerequisite : Totalization ON, V > Vmin
Initialization : Zero at power ON
20) Variance var = 0.02 %
Feed rate variance related to nominal feed rate
square.
Filter : Exponential, Parameter K 06
Prerequisite : Totalization ON, V > Vmin
Initialization : Zero at power ON
The variance indicates belt load instability. Higher
values suggest poor discharge behaviour of
material.
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21) Max. belt load QMAX = 57 %
Maximum belt load during preselected SPC time
related to nominal belt load.
Time : SPC time, Parameter K 05
Evaluation : SPC time continuously floating
Prerequisite : Totalization ON, V > Vmin
Initialization : Zero at power ON
Max. display : 255 %
22) No load percentage TQ < MIN = 23 %
Total time during which belt load is below Qmin (F
05), related to SPC time, Parameter K 05
Evaluation : SPC time continuously floating
Prerequisite : Totalization ON, V > Vmin
Initialization : with Q = Qmin at power ON
23) Last taring T (date) 23.51 %
Date and total tare related to nominal belt load
Prerequisites : Correct zero point using taring
program or manual/automatic
zero setting function.
Manual changes of correction
parameters are not recorded.
Displayed are the 5 last taring or zeroing
operations.
24) AO1 = 4.15 mA
Analog output 1 output current
25) AO2 = 10.00 mA
Analog output 2 output current
(on option card)
26) ZE = 53
Pulses output across pulse output of external
totalizing counter, counted from command Reset
Counter 1
27) ZO = 1
Pulses pending.
If value constantly exceeds zero, pulse frequency
surpasses 10 Hz.
Increase smallest display digit of Counter 1
(Parameter B 07).
28) AI = 12.54 mA
Analog input input current
29) CS = 10851
Check sum of scale software
30) CS_b = 10851
Check sum recomputed in cycles. If value CS_b
differs from CS, a serious fault is present.
Contact the Schenck Service.
31 BIC-N = 27
Counter reading indicating how often BIC sensor
has been recognized
32. BIC-E = 5
Counter reading indicating faulty BIC circuits not
entered into tare vectors
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9. Parameteri zati on
General Information
Parameters are variable characteristics or data used
to match the INTECONT to the application.
Display units and format
Limit values
Nominal and calibration data, etc.
Some parameters can be selected in accordance with
the requirements (e.g. display formats), others have to
be taken from Spec Sheets supplied.
During parameter input, all functions are maintained.
However, during operation, only parameters with no
influence on measurement, e.g. display filter, should
be changed.
Default Parameters:
All parameter are preset with default values. These
are proven suggestions and can normally be used as
defined.
The default values can be loaded using sub-function
Load Default Parameters.
Identification
The parameters are organized into function blocks A,
B, ... and, within a block, described by
name
number 1, 2, 3 ..
and
value.
Values differing from default are identified by a *
before the block letter.
There are two types of parameter:
Selection parameters Let you select from various
options, e.g.
WARNING, ALARM.
Numeric parameters Enter numeric value, e.g.
nominal feed rate.
Call Parameter Menu
G Call function distributor.
TUf Scroll PROGRAMMING function
into lower display field and
acknowledge.
TUf Select ENTER PAR. function.
Bf Enter password 07734.
Display shows title of first parameter block.
N Return to normal displays.
For approx. 2 minutes, parameter
menu can be recalled without
password input.
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Dialog Behaviour
Block: A
Nominal Feed Rate
B02 1000.0 kg/h
Preselect Parameters
1. Block letter
TU Move through blocks A, B ..., up and
down.
Block letter flashes.
f Select block.
Parameter selected last is
displayed.
2. Parameter number
TU Move through parameter numbers
within a block.
Parameter number flashes.
f Move through parameter numbers
independent of block (UP only).
NN Return to block titles.
Return to normal mode.
Enter Parameters
P Prepare input.
TU Selection parameters:
Value flashes.
Scroll desired value into lower
display field.
46 Go to the left (4) or to the right (6),
see Hardware Configuration.
B9 Numeric parameters:
Feature - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Enter value using keypad.
f Acknowledge input.
Next parameter is displayed.
O Delete digits.
N Abort input.
OFF key 0 is active always; ON key I, only after
completed parameter input.
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Rated Data
Block: B
Nominal Feed Rate
B02 10000.0 kg/h
Hardware Configuration
When parameterizing the hardware used, the source
determines whether unit, channel and level must be
indicated, or not. The table below will assist you in
selecting the hardware configuration:
Source Unit Channel Level
FB
OP
v
-
DI
DO
AI
I+
I+
I+
DI1-DI7
DO1-DO8
HI, LO
HI, LO
As you can see, with Fieldbus [FB", Control Unit
(OP), Speed (v) and Not Assigned (-)] no additional
information is required.
Digital Inputs (DI) and Digital Outputs (DO) require
unit, channel and level to be indicated.
With Analog Input (AI), the unit is firmly set to I+.
Sample:
Parameter B06 START Source determines from
where the scale is started.
Description Source
B06 START Source OP
Alternatives FB, DI, v
On standard, the scale is started from INTECONT
keyboard (OP).
Alternatively, fieldbus, digital input (DI) or speed (v)
can be selected. If DI is the desired source,
additionally indicate channel and level (see Hardware
Configuration table); the unit is firmly set to I+.
4
6
Keys 4 (go to the left) and 6 (go to
the right), let you shift between
source, channel and level.
Load Default Parameter
Lets you load the default settings.
Function is protected by password and YES/NO
prompt.
Attention!
All variable parameters and calibration values are
reset.
G Call PROGRAMMING function and
DEFAULT PARAMETERS.
B1 YES = 1
NO = 0
f Acknowledge
selection.
Power Failure
Parameters remain stored for an unlimited period of
time.
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Parameters Overview
This list applies to software: VBW 20600-04
Block A Dialog Behaviour
A 01 Language ENGLISH
A 02 Units SI
Block B Rated Data
B 01 Feed Rate Unit - t/h
B 02 Nominal Feed Rate 400,0000 t/h
B 03 Tacho Source DI I+, DI7 HI
B 04 vs Charact. Value 50.26 I/m
B 05 Nominal Speed 1,0000 m/s
B 06 START Source OP
B 07 FMZ1 Unit t
B 08 FMZ1 Pulse Dur. 0 ms
B 09 FMZ2 Unit t
B 10 FMZ3 Unit t
Block C Calibrating Data
C 01 Belt Circuit No. 1.00
C 02 Belt Circuit Time 30.0 s
C 03 L/C Charac. Value 2,8500 mV/V
C 04 L/C Rated Cap. 220,000 kg
C 05 Eff. Platf. Length 1,000 m
C 06 Lever Ratio 1,0000
C 07 Angle a 0.0 degrees
C 08 Check Weight 50,000 kg
Block D Calibrat. Results
D 01 Nominal Belt Load 111,11 kg/m
D 02 Span Correction 1,0000
D 03 Total Tare 0,00 kg/m
D 04 Basic Tare N 0,00 kg/m
D 05 Tare Correction T 0,00 kg/m
D 06 Belt Circuit Char 1000 000 I/B
Block E Analog Output
E 01 Elevation AO1 I
E 02 Elevation AO1 4,00 mA
E 03 Limit Value AO1 20,00 mA
E 04 Source AO2 Q
E 05 Elevation AO2 4.00 mA
E 06 Limit Value AO2 20.00 mA
Block F Limit Values
F 01 Value for I-MIN 5,0 %I
F 02 Event Class I-MIN WARNING 2
F 03 Value for I-MAX 120,0 %I
F 04 Event Class I-MAX WARNING 2
F 05 Value for Q-MIN 20,0 %Q
F 06 Event Class Q-MIN WARNING 2
F 07 Value for Q-MAX 120,0 %Q
F 08 Event Class Q-MAX WARNING 2
F 09 Value for V-MIN 5,0 %V
F 10 Event Class V-MIN WARNING 2
F 11 Value for V-MAX 120,0 %V
F 12 Event Class V-MAX WARNING 2
Block G Filter Setting
G 01 I Display 3,0 s
G 02 I Analog Output 3,0 s
G 03 Q Display 3,0 s
G 04 V Display 3,0 s
G 05 L/C Filter 1,0 s
G 06 Afterfl. Time 3,0 s
Block H AUTO Zero Set
H 01 AUTO Zero Active NO
H 02 Limit Value Diff. 0,50 %Q
H 03 Mean Limit Value 1,00 %Q
H 04 Zero Set Limit 5,00 %Q
H 05 Tare Corr. > MAX WARNING 1
H 06 Zero Set Time 4 h
H 07 Time Elapsed IGNORE
H 08 Print Result NO
H 09 ZDO Active NO
H 10 ZDO Limit 1,00 %Q
H 11 Zero Set Diff. 5,0 %
H 12 Tare Diff. >MAX WARNING 2
Block I Batch Mode
I 01 Batch Dribble FD 100,000 kg
I 02 Batch End 0,000 kg
I 03 Adaption Fact. 1,0
I 04 Batch Tolerance + 1,0 %
I 05 Batch Tolerance - 1,0 %
I 06 Out of Tolerance WARNING 1
I 07 Belt Empty NO
I 08 Batch > Setp. IGNORE
I 09 Batch Source OP
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Block J Printer Setting
J 01 Baud Rate 9600
J 02 AUTO Print NO
J 03 Print Subtotal Error
J 04 Reset Print FMZ 1 NO
J 05 Reset Print FMZ 2 NO
J 06 Print Page Length 72 lines
J 07 Batch Setp.Line 6
J 08 Batch Setp.Col. 8
J 09 Batch Act.Line 7
J 10 Batch Act.Col. 8
J 11 FMZ 1 Line 8
J 12 FMZ 1 Column 8
J 13 FMZ 2 Line 9
J 14 FMZ 2 Column 8
J 15 Date/Time Line 4
J 16 Date/Time Column 8
J 17 Event Line 12
J 18 Event Column 8
J 19 Set Line to Zero 10
J 20 Set Column to Zero 8
J 21 Line Number 3
J 22 Column Number 8
Block K Maintenance Int.
K 01 Maintenance Elec. 3000 hours
K 02 Event Maint. EL. WARNING 1
K 03 Maint. STR-Meter 3000 hours
K 04 Event Maint. Run. WARNING 1
K 05 SPC Time 8 hrs
K 06 SPC Filter 1,00 hour
Block L Comm. Fieldbus
L 01 Protocol Type NO
L 02 Host Timeout 10s
L 03 Comm.-Error Host IGNORE
L 04 Address 1
L 05 Resolution 4096
L 06 Word Sequence I:hrd/L:sdd
L 07 Physics RS 485
L 08 Baud Rate 9600
L 09 Format Data 8-E-1
L 10 FLOAT Format SIEMENS-KG
L 11 Physics RS 422
L 12 Baud Rate 9600
L 13 Format Data 8-E-1
L 14 Address 16
L 15 FLOAT Format I/hr/L:hr
L 16 Configuration FIXED-1
L 17 Address 16
L 18 Baud Rate 125k
L 19 Configuration FIXED-1
L 20 Byte Sequence Low-High
L 21 Word Sequence I:hr/L:hr
L 22 WEB coding XML
L23 DHCP NO
L24 IP-Address 1 192
L25 IP Address 2 168
L26 IP-Address 3 240
L27 IP-Address 4 1
L28 Net Mask 1 255
L29 Net Mask 2 255
L30 Net Mask 3 255
L31 Net Mask 4 0
L32 Gateway 1 192
L33 Gateway 2 168
L34 Gateway 3 240
L35 Gateway 4 0
Block M Feeder Control
M 01 Feeder Active NO
M 02 Setting Time 0,0 s
M 03 Feed Distance 0,00 m
M 04 Motor STOP aft. ST NO
M 05 Change-over FF/DF YES
Block N Scale Monitoring
N 01 CPD Active NO
N 02 Platf.Dis.Length 0,00 %LB
N 03 Belt Sensor Active NO
N 04 Source Sensor DI6
N 05 BIC Active NO
N 06 Sensor Length 8.20cm
N 07 Sensor Width 12.00 cm
N 08 Sensor Offset 0.00 cm
N 09 Belt Drift 3.00 cm
N 10 Belt Drift Event W1 (C04)
N 11 Belt Skew 4.00cm
N 12 Belt Skew Event A (C03)
N 13 Slip Limit 2.00 %LB
N 14 Slip Event W1 (C08)
N 15 DO Belt Drift
N 16 DO Belt Skew
N 17 DO Slip
N 18 Freeze BIC
Block O Events
O 01 Power Failure A (E01)
O 02 Memory Error A (S01)
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O 03 Tacho Input A (C02)
O 04 Namur Err. Tacho A (E02)
O 05 Namur Err Belt W1 (E03)
O 06 L/C Input A (C01)
O 07 No Release W1 (S02)
O 08 L/C Input > MAX A (H04)
O 09 L/C Input < MIN A (L04)
O10 Simualtion Active W2 (S07)
Block P Digital Inputs
P 01 Release DI I+ DI 3 HI
P 02 Stop Batch
P 03 Ackn. Events DI I+DI1 HI
P06 SI Start
Block Q Digital Outputs
Q 01 DO Alarm DO I+ D03 LO
Q 02 DO Prefeeder ON
Q 03 DO Feeder ON DO I+ D01 HI
Q 04 DO I-MIN DO I+ DO4 LO
Q 05 DO I-MAX DO I+ DO2 LO
Q 06 DO Q-MIN
Q 07 DO Q-MAX
Q 08 DO v-MIN
Q 09 v-MAX
Q 10 DO Batch Active
Q 11 DO Full Feed
Q 12 DO Dribble Feed
Block R Comm. EasyServe
R 01 Station Address 1
R 02 Physics RS 232
R 03 EasyServe Baudr. 19200
R 04 Format Data 8-0-1
R 05 Connection serial
R 06 MODBUS Idle Time 4ms
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Block A : Dialog Behaviour
A 01 Language
Range: DEUTSCH
ENGLISH*
AMERICAN ENG*
FRANCAIS
ESPANOL
ITALIANO
Default: DEUTSCH
Selection applies to all displays, error messages and
parameters.
* identical
A 02 Units
Range: SI
NON-SI
Default: SI
Convert displays and parameter inputs from SI units
into American units.
American Units SI Units Conversion *
lb
t
f
inch
kg
t
m
cm
1 lb = 0.453593 kg
1 t = 0.907185 t = 2000 lb
1 f = 0.3048 m
1 inch = 2.54 cm
* also applicable to compound units, e.g. kg/hr
Block B : Rated Data
B 01 Feed Rate Unit
Range: - - - - - - t/h
- - - - . - t/h
- - - . - - t/h
- - . - - - t/h
- - - - - - kg/h
- - - - . - kg/h
- - -. - - kg/h
- -.- - - kg/h
Default: - - - - - - t/h
Determine feed rate display format.
B 02 Nominal Feed Rate
Range: 0,0020...99999,9 t/h Default: 400,0000 t/h
Reference for limit values and service displays
B 03 Tacho Source
Range: DI
-
Default: DI I+ DI7 HI
Select - to stop belt speed measurement.
Computation uses nominal speed B 05.
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B 04 vs Charact. Val.
Range: 10,00...100 000,0 I/m Default:
50,26 I/m
Number of speed transducer pulses per belt meter.
Product B 04 * B 05 must range between 0.5...2500
Hz of speed input.
Special case:B 03 = NO
Do not change characteristic value vs; this
would change the run time of your setting
programs.
B 05 Nominal Speed
Range: 0,0100...10,000 m/s Default: 1,0000 m/s
Limit value reference.
If BIC or CPD (Parameter Block N) are used, value
should be accurate to some percent.
If scales operate without speed measurement, B 05
determines the accuracy.
B 06 START Source
Range: OP
FB
DI
v
Default: OP
To start/stop totalization, there is no single solution:
OP : from INTECONT keyboard
FB : via fieldbus interface
DI : using digital input. Default value is DI2. You
can also use any other free digital input.
Digital input operates edge-controlled, i.e. if
scale fails after Alarm, remove START signal
and re-apply.
v : If you select belt speed v, totalization starts at
v>v-min (Parameter F09) and stops at
v<v-min.
Note:
If you select v, no batching is possible.
Dialog function Keyboard Mode lets you change
over from selected source to keyboard, and vice
versa.
Note
G06 defines the totalizing counters tracking time.
If Parameter P01 Release is set to - -", no release is
required.
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B 07 FMZ 1 Unit
Range: - - - - - - - t
- - - - - . - t
- - - - . - - t
- - - . - - - t
- - - - - - t *10
- - - - - t *100
- - - - - - - kg
- - - - - . - kg
- - - - . - - kg
- - - . - - - kg
Default: - - - - - - - t
Lets you determine the display format for Counter 1,
all batch values and pulse weighting.
If no external counter is present, set Parameter B08 to
0.
B 08 FMZ 1 Pulse Dur.
Range: 0....1000 ms Default: 0 ms
Lets you determine output pulse length of external
totalizing counter. Pulse weighting corresponds to the
smallest display digit of Counter 1
(Parameter B07).
B08 < 10 ms : Pulse output is disabled.
All pulses not yet output still are
deleted.
At nominal feed rate the output frequency is:
PNENN = nominal feed rate in kg/h or t/h
Zmin = smallest display digit of Counter 1
(B 07) in kg or t
Select Zmin (B07) so that f does not exceed
10 Hz.
In addition, pulse duration B08 must be smaller than
1/f.
B 09 FMZ 2 Unit
same as B08, however, for Counter 2
B 10 FMZ 3 Unit
same as B08, however, for Counter 3
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Block C : Calibrating Data
C 01 Belt Circuit No.
Range: 1...100 Default: 1,00
lets you determine the run time of the Zero Setting,
Taring and Weight Check setting programs.
Does not apply to AUTO Zero Set.
C 02 Belt Circuit Time
Range: 1,0...9999,0 s Default: 30,0 s
lets you determine the measuring time for the
Imp/Belt Circuit calibration program.
Normally, the time is selected for one belt circuit.
C 03 L/C Charac. Value
Range: 0,01...9,9999 mV/V Default: 2,8500 mV/V
indicates the load cell characteristic value
(transmission factor).
C 04 L/C Rated Cap.
Range: 0,5000...
220 000.0 kg
Default: 220,000 kg
indicates the total of load cell rated capacities.
Pivots are considered as load cells.
C 05 Eff. Platf. Length
Range: 0,1000...50,000 m Default: 1,000 m
indicates effective length of weighing platform.
C 06 Lever Ratio
Range: 0,0100...2,0000 Default: 1,0000
Lever ratio of force transducing weighed idler of
platform and load cell.
Q = platform load
F = load on load cell
With weighing modules with leaf spring parallel
guidance, lever ratio is always 1.
C 07 Angle a
Range: 0,0...60,00 degrees Default: 0,00 degrees
Angle of longitudinal scale axis if load cell is mounted
vertical to belt.
C 08 Check Weight
Range: 0,001...22000,0 kg Default: 50,000 kg
Weight of material on load cell simulated by check
weight
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Block D : Calibrat. Results
D 01 Nominal Belt Load
No input possible Default: 111,11 kg/m
computed from nominal data B 02 and B 05
used as reference value for limit values and zero
setting program.
D 02 Span Correction
Range: 0,5000...2,0000 Default: 1,0000
proportionally influences measurement of belt load q.
q(corrected) = q(measured) D 02
used to correct measuring system through check with
material.
D 03 Total Tare
No input possible Default: 0,00 kg/m
Total tare = basic tare + tare correction
D 04 Basic Tare N
No input required
max. 10000 kg/m
Default: 0,00 kg/m
Result of taring program.
D 05 Tare Correction T
No input required
max. +- 1000 kg/m
Default: 0,00 kg/m
Result of manual or automatic zero setting program
After every taring operation, D 05 is set to 0.
D 06 Belt Circuit Char
No input required
max. 9E6
Default: 1000000 I/U
Result of basic calibration program Imp/Belt Circuit.
Determines cycle of setting programs.
Divided by Parameter B 04 (vs Charact.Val.), belt
length in m results.
Attention!
When entering Parameters D 02 ... D 05 in manual, start
with D 02.
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Block E : Analog Output
E 01 Source AO 1
Range: I (feed rate)
Q (belt load)
V (belt speed)
Default: I
One of these values can be output in analog fashion.
Filters: Parameters G 02, G 04, G 05
E 02 Elevation AO 1
Range: 0,00...20,00 mA Default: 4,00 mA
Output current with E 01 set to 0.
The smallest value is limited to E 02, also in stop state
of scale.
E 03 Limit Value AO 1
Range: 0,00...1000,00 mA Default: 20,00 mA
Output current with E 01 set to 100 % (nominal value).
Range of output current is limited to 0...20 mA.
E 04 Source AO 2
Range: I (feed rate)
Q (belt load)
V (belt speed)
Default: Q
One of these values can be output in analog fashion.
Filters: Parametesr G 02, G 04, G 05
E 05 Elevation AO 2
Range: 0,00...20,00 mA Default: 4,00 mA
Output current with E04 set to 0.
The smallest value is limited to E 05, also in stop state
of scale.
E 06 Limit Value AO 2
Range: 0,00...1000,00 mA Default: 20,00 mA
Output current with E04 set to 100 % (nominal value).
Current output range is limited to 0...20 mA by the
hardware.
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Block F : Limit Values
If measurement values exceed their MIN/MAX limits, a
corresponding event message is output (L1... L3,
H1... H3).
Monitoring starts 10 s after start up.
F 01 Value for I-MIN
Range: -10...200,0 % I Default: 5,0 % I
Reference: Nominal Feed Rate B 02.
F 02 Event Class I-MIN L1
Range: WARNING 2
WARNING 1
IGNORE
ALARM
Default:
WARNING 2
F 03 Value for I-MAX
Range: -10...200,0 % I Default: 120,0 % I
Reference: Nominal Feed Rate B 02.
F 04 Event Class I-MAX H1
Range: WARNING 2
WARNING 1
IGNORE
ALARM
Default:
WARNING 2
F 05 Value for Q-MIN
Range: -10...200.0 % Q Default: 20,0 % Q
Reference: Nominal Belt Load D 01
F 06 Event Class Q-MIN L2
Range: WARNING 2
WARNING 1
IGNORE
ALARM
Default:
WARNING 2
F 07 Value for Q-MAX
Range: -10...200,0 % Q Default: 120,0 % Q
Reference: Nominal Belt Load D 01
F 08 Event Class Q-MAX H2
Range: WARNING 2
WARNING 1
IGNORE
ALARM
Default:
WARNING 2
F 09 Value for V-MIN
Range: -10...200,0 % V Default: 5.0 % V
Reference: Nominal Speed B 05
F 10 Event Class V-MIN L3
Range: WARNING 2
WARNING 1
IGNORE
ALARM
Default:
WARNING 2
F 11 Value for V-MAX
Range: -10...200,0 % V Default: 120,0 % V
Reference: Nominal Speed B 05
F 12 Event Class V-MAX H3
Range: WARNING 2
WARNING 1
IGNORE
ALARM
Default:
WARNING 2
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Block G : Filters
I = feed rate V = belt speed
G 01 I Display
Range: 0.0...600.0 s Default: 3.0 s
Feed rate display
G 02 I Analog output
Range: 0.0...600.0 s Default: 3.0 s
Feed rate analog output
G 03 Q Display
Range: 0.0...600.0 s Default: 3.0 s
Belt load display
Q = belt load
G 04 V Display
Range: 0.0...600.0 s Default: 3.0 s
Belt speed display
G 05 L/C Filter
Range: 1.0...600.0s Default: 1.0 s
Holds for all functions and displays depending on belt
load.
G 06 Afterfl. Time
Range: 0.0...2000.0 s Default: 3.0 s
Determines the time totalization goes on after turn-off
of feeder.
All filters are of the 1st order type
(exponential), i.e. after abrupt
change of signal, approx. 2/3
of the limit value are reached
after the set time.
Longer times stabilize display
but reduce update rate.
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Block H : AUTO Zero Set
H 01 AUTO Zero Active
Range: NO
YES
Default: NO
For more information,
see Calibration item.
Reference: Nominal Belt Load D 01
Lets you select the automatic zero setting function
used to correct zero point on empty conveyor belt
after every belt circuit.
Prerequisites: v > vmin
No setting program
No parameter input
H 02 Limit Value Diff.
Range: 0.00...10.00 %Q Default: 0.50 %Q
First prerequisite for automatic zero setting.
Defines the uniformity of mean belt load between two
consecutive belt circuits.
H 03 Mean Limit Value
Range: 0.00...10.00 %Q Default: 1.00 %Q
Reference: Nominal Belt Load D 01
Second prerequisite for automatic zero setting.
Defines the maximum admissible belt load mean value
over 2 consecutive belt circuits.
H 04 Zero Set Limit
Range: 0.00...100.00 %Q Default: 5.00 %Q
Reference: Nominal Belt Load D 01
Maximum admissible totals value of all manual and
automatic zero setting operations. Correction is not
acquired.
H 05 Tare Corr. > MAX C5
Range: WARNING 1
ALARM
Default: WARNING 1
Automatic zero setting has exceeded Zero Set Limit
H04. Value is not acquired.
H 06 Zero Set Time
Range: 1...999 h Default: 4 h
Lets you know that no manual or automatic zero
setting nor taring has been performed during the set
time.
Message C 7: Set Time To Zero
H 07 Time Elapsed C7
Range: IGNORE
WARNING 1
WARNING 2
Default: IGNORE
Zeit : H 06
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H 08 Print Result
Range: NO
YES Default: NO
Print zero setting result after every belt circuit.
H 09 ZDO Active
Range: NO
YES Default: NO
Activates Zero Drop Out function (see H 10).
H 10 ZDO Limit
Range: 0.0...10.00 %Q Default: 1.00 %Q
Reference: Nominal Belt Load D 01
If ZDO function is active and belt load exceeds the
defined limit, feed rate measurement and totalization
are suppressed.
No symbol appears on display.
H 11 Zero Set Diff.
Range: 0.00...100.00 %F Default: 5.0 %F
Reference: Nominal Belt Load D 01
Indicates the difference between two consecutive
manual or automatic zero setting operations.
Excess is reported by message C9.
H 12 Tare Diff. > MAX C9
Range: WARNING 2
WARNING1
IGNORE
ALARM Default: WARNING 2
Manual or automatic zero setting has exceeded
difference H 11.
Correction is acquired save in case of ALARM
messages.
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Result autom. zero setting
Total Tare [kg/m] 50,23 Tare [kg/m] 1,56
(D 03) (D 05)
Block I : Batch Mode
The sequence of the available batch modes is
detailed in Chapter Details.
Make sure start source B 06 is not set to v.
I 01 Batch Dribble FD
Range: 0.00...220 000 kg Default: 100 000 kg
If batch setpoint is reached Batch Setpoint I 01-I 02",
full feed output Q11 is reset; dribble feed output Q12
activated.
These signals can be used, e.g. to reduce belt speed
or prefeeder output.
I 02 Batch End
Range: 0.00...220 000 kg Default: 0.000 kg
If batch setpoint minus pre-cut-off amount I 02 is
reached, batch is complete.
Drive, or prefeeder, stops.
I 02 makes allowance for possible afterflow.
I 03 Adaption Fact.
Range: 0.0...1.0 Default: 1.0
Pre-cut-off amount I 02 is adapted automatically, so
that the system better suits the situation upon next
batch.
Value is corrected by the batch error * I 03.
I 03 = 0 : no adaption
I 03 = 1 : full adaption
Intermediate values cause a filtered adaption,
preferred in the case of plants with non-exact
repeatability.
I 04 Batch Tolerance +
Range: 0.0...100.0 % Default: 1.0 %
Reference: Batch Setpoint
Defines the value admissible for excess of batch
setpoint.
I 05 Batch Tolerance -
Range: 0.0...100.0 % Default: 1.0 %
Reference: Batch Setpoint
Defines the value for shortfall of batch setpoint.
I 06 Out of Tolerance B1
Range: WARNING 1
WARNING2
ALARM
IGNORE Default: WARNING 1
Event message B1 reports excess of limit values I 04
or I 05.
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I 07 Belt Empty
Range: NO
YES
Default: NO
NO : Batching without belt clearance.
Stop of conveyor belt aborts batch.
YES : Batching with belt clearance.
Stop of prefeeder aborts batch.
(Prefeeder Active M 01 = YES)
I 08 Batch > Setp. B4
Range: IGNORE
WARNING1
WARNING 2
ALARM
Default: IGNORE
Batch actual value exceeds setpoint by tolerance I 04.
Message B4 is output.
After acknowledgement (also ALARM messages),
monitoring of current batch cuts off.
I 09 Batch Source
Range: OP
FB Default: OP
OP : Batch setpoint, batch number and make-up
setpoint are preset from the INTECONT
keyboard.
FB : Above values are set via fieldbus interface.
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Block J : Printer Setting
J 01 Baud rate
Range: 2400
4800
9600
19200
38400
Default: 9600
Baud rate for transmission to printer.
J 02 AUTO PRINT
Range: NO
YES
Default: NO
NO : Batch report can be printed only using the
control menu.
YES : Batch report is printed automatically when
batch is complete.
J 03 Print Subtotal
Range: Error
YES
NO
Default: Error
Error : Each event is printed automatically as soon
as available.
YES : See above, however, including totalizing
counter (FMZ) sub-totals.
NO : No printout
Printing is effected in batching and normal modes.
Save parameter J 03, all parameters are valid for batch
and counter reports.
Special case:
If a value is set to line 0 and column 0, it does not
appear in report.
J 04 Reset Print FMZ 1
Range: NO
YES
Default: NO
YES : Reset counter 1 upon start of next batch
provided that batch report has been
printed. 1)
NO : Counter 1 can be reset only using the
control function.
1) also possible without printer (J 02, J 04= YES).
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Print Batch
Batch number 12
30.06.03 11:45:10
Batch Setpoint 1000 kg
Batch Actual Val. 998 kg
Totalizer 1 1200 kg
Totalizer 2 90000 kg
Zero Set before 75 min
Events
30.09.97 11:45:21L2 W1 Load < MIN
0.09.97 11:59:01L2 W1 Load < MIN
Event report
J 05 Reset Print FMZ 2
Range: NO
YES
Default: NO
See J 04, however, for counter 2.
J 06 Print Page Length
Range: 9...127 lines Default: 72 lines
The page must be minimum 4 times longer than the
number of data to be printed.
The line spacing is always 1/6 inch.
Change of parameter automatically initializes printer.
J 07 Batch Setp. Line
Range: 0...117 Default: 6
J 08 Batch Setp. Col.
Range: 0...127 Default: 8
J 09 Batch Act. Line
Range: 0...117 Default: 7
J 10 Batch Act. Col.
Range: 0...127 Default: 8
J 11 FMZ 1 Line
Range: 0...117 Default: : 8
J 12 FMZ 1 Column
Range: 0...127 Default: 8
J 13 FMZ 2 Line
Range: 0...117 Default: 9
J 14 FMZ 2 Column
Range: 0...127 Default: 8
J 15 Date/Time Line
Range: 0...117 Default: 4
J 16 Date/Time Col.
Range: 0...127 Default: 8
J 17 Event Line
Range: 0...17 Default: 12
J 18 Event Column
Range: 0...127 Default: 8
J 19 Set Line to Zero ED:>0
Range: 0...117 Default: 10
J 20 Set Column to Zero ED:>0
Range: 0...127 Default: 8
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J 21 Line Number Nb
Range: 0...117 Default: 3
J 22 Column Number Nb
Range: 0...127 Default: 8
Block K : Maintenance Int.
K 01 Maintenance Elec.
Range: 0...10000 h Default: 3000 h
Message: S4 (K 02)
Alerts you on maintenance work to be effected after a
certain voltage ON-time.
K 02 Event Maint. EL S4
Range: WARNING 1
WARNING 2
IGNORE
Default:
WARNING 1
The total of voltage ON-times exceeds the time
defined by K 01.
When the set interval has elapsed, message S4 is
output.
K 03 Maint. STR-Meter
Range: 0...10000 h Default: 3000 h
Message: S3 (K 04)
Alerts you of maintenance work to be effected after a
certain conveyor belt run time.
K 04 Event Maint. Run. S3
Range: WARNING 1
WARNING 2
IGNORE
Default: WARNING 1
The total of conveyor belt run times exceeds the time
defined by K 03.
When the set interval has elapsed, message S3 is
output.
K 05 SPC Time
Range: 1...24 h Default: 8 h
Acquisition interval for service values, e.g. empty belt.
SPC = Statistical Process Control
K 06 SPC Filter
Range: 0.00...24.00 h Default: 1.00 h
Exponential first-order filter for service values, e.g.
mean value and feed rate variance.
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Block L : Comm. Fieldbus
L 01 Protocol Type
Range: NO
MODBUS COMP.
S5-BCC COMP.
MODBUS
PROFIBUS DP
DEVICENET
MODBUS/TCP
Default: NO
Possible protocol variants. Every protocol type
requires an optional interface card to be present.
COMP identifies the compatible types.
L 02 TIMEOUT Host
Range: 0...600s Default: 10s
If timeout value exceeds 0, a host system message is
expected to arrive during the set time.
L 03 Comm. Error Host S9
Range: IGNORE
W1 (WARNING 1)
W2 (WARNING 2)
A (Alarm)
Default: IGNORE
If no message is received during the time set by
parameter L02, event message S9 Data Link Host is
output.
L 04 Address
Range: 1...254 Default: 1
Slave address for Modbus protocol
L 05 Resolution
Range: 1...32767 Default: 4096
Resolution of data for nominal value in Modbus
protocol (integer format).
L 06 Word Sequence
Range: I: std/L:std
I: swp/L: std
I: std/L: swp
I: swp/L: swp
Default: I: std/L: std
Determines the word sequence within a data double
word in the Modbus protocol.
I stands for IEEE-754 values (floating point values)
L stands for 4-byte integer values
std does not swap the word sequence; swp does.
L 07 Physics
Range: RS232
RS 422
RS 485
Default: RS 485
Lets you set the Modbus interface physics.
L 08 Baud Rate
Range: 2400
4800
9600
19200
38400
Default: 9600
Modbus baud rate
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L 09 Format Data
Range: 8-E-1
8-0-1
8-N-2
Default: 8-E-1
Modbus data format (data bits, parity, stop bits).
L 10 FLOAT-FORMAT
Range: SIEMENS-KG
IEEE
Default: SIEMENS-KG
Determines the S5 protocol used for representation of
floating point values.
L 11 Physics
Range: RS 232
RS 422
Default: RS 422
Lets you set the interface physics for the S5 protocol.
L 12 Baud Rate
Range: 2400
4800
9600
19200
38400
Default: 9600
Baud rate for S5 protocol
L 13 Format Data
Range: 8-E-1
8-0-1
8-N-2
Default: 8-E-1
S5 data format (data bits, parity, stop bits)
L 14 Address
Range: 0...126 Default: 16
Profibus DP slave address
L 15 FLOAT Format
Range: SIEMENS-KG
IEEE
Default: IEEE
Determines the representation of the floating point
values for the Profibus DP protocol.
L 16 Configuration
Range: FIXED-1
FIXED-2
NO-PARA-ID
PARA-ID
Default: FIXED-1
Determines structure and size of the process image
(Profibus DP).
L 17 Address
Range: 0...63 Default: 16
DeviceNet slave address
L 18 Baud Rate
Range: 125k
250k
500k
Default: 125k
DeviceNet baud rates
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L 19 Configuration
Range: FIXED-1
FIXED-2
NO-PARA-ID
PARA-ID
Default: FIXED-1
Determines structure and size of the process image
(DeviceNet).
L 20 Byte Sequence
Range: LOW-High
High-LOW
Default: LOW-High
Determines the byte sequence within a data word
L 21 Word Sequence
Range: I: std/L:std
I: swp/L: std
I: std/L: swp
I: swp/L: swp
Default: I: std/L: std
Determines the word sequence within a data double
word in the DeviceNet protocol.
I stands for IEEE-754 values (floating point values)
L stands for 4-byte integer values
std does not swap the word sequence; swp does.
L 22 WEB Coding
Range: HTML, XML Default: XML
Defines type of web page coding. If XML is selected,
stylesheet determines data representation in browser.
L 23 DHCP
Range: YES, NO Default: NO
Determines how IP address shall be preset
L 24 IP-Address 1
Range: 0-255 Default: 192
Lets you enter IP address in manual
L 25 IP-Address 2
Range: 0-255 Default: 168
Lets you enter IP address in manual
L 26 IP-Address 3
Range: 0-255 Default: 240
Lets you enter IP address in manual
L 27 IP-Address 4
Range: 0-255 Default: 1
Lets you enter IP address in manual
L 28 Net Mask 1
Range: 0-255 Default: 255
Determines subnet mask
L 29 Net Mask 2
Range: 0-255 Default: 255
Determines subnet mask
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L 31 Net Mask 3
Range: 0-255 Default: 255
Determines subnet mask
L 29 Net Mask 4
Range: 0-255 Default: 0
Determines subnet mask
L 32 Gateway 1
Range: 0-255 Default: 192
Determines standard gateway address
L 33 Gateway 2
Range: 0-255 Default: 168
Determines standard gateway address
L 34 Gateway 3
Range: 0-255 Default: 240
Determines standard gateway address
L 35 Gateway 4
Range: 0-255 Default: 0
Determines standard gateway address
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Block M : Feeder Control
M 01 Feeder Active
Range: YES
NO Default: NO
YES : The START/STOP Prefeeder dialog function
is active. In turned-on state, the prefeeder is
controlled through the scale-specific
sequence.
NO : Dialog function is faded out.
Control output is always set to STOP
Prefeeder.
M 02 Setting Time
Range: 0.0...1000.0 s Default: 0.0 s
Setting time of material prefeeder
M 03 Feed Distance
Range: 0.00...10000.00 m Default: 0.00 m
Material path from prefeeder to end of weighbridge.
Input is required only if Full Feed / Dribble Feed
control via prefeeder is desired.
M 04 Motor STOP aft. ST
Range: NO
YES Default: NO
NO : After cut-off or batch complete command,
belt continues running for the time specified
by Parameter M02.
YES : Conveyor belt immediately stops.
Parameter is active only if Batch Mode has been
preselected.
Normally, belt immediately stops.
M 05 Change-over FF/DF
Range: YES
NO Default: YES
I 07 = YES Belt clearance.
M 05 ineffective.
I 07 = NO No belt clearance.
Parameter M 05 lets you select Full
Feed / Dribble Feed control via
conveyor belt (NO), or prefeeder
(YES).
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Block N : Scale Monitoring
N 01 CPD Active
Range: NO
YES Default: NO
Starts speed-controlled delay element used to shift
belt load measurement to the point of material
discharge.
Prerequisites: Speed meter must be present and
active. No belt circuit sensor is
required.
N 02 Platf.Dis.Length
Range: 0.00...50.00 %LB Default: 0.00 %LB
Input required only with CPD active
Length from mid platform to material discharge point
in % of total belt length LB.
The resolution is approx. 200.
N 03 Belt Sensor Active
Range: NO
YES
Default: NO
Belt sensor and sensor area on conveyor belt are
designed to acquire belt slip and belt drift, and
synchronize the adaptive belt influence compensation
BIC.
N 04 Source Sensor
Range:
DI Default: DI (DI6)
Digital input for belt sensor. Can be checked using the
relevant service value.
Only DI6 can be used. If you select alternative -, BIC
and belt monitoring functions cannot be used.
N 05 BIC Active
Range: NO
YES
Default: NO
Lets you start adaptive belt influence compensation
BIC.
To initialize BIC:
The dynamical tare portion is cleared upon power-up
or after changes to a parameter of the following list:
Parameter N 05 BIC Active
Parameter B 04 vs Charact. Val.
Parameter D 06 Belt Circuit Char
Brief instructions:
1. N03 = YES, enter N 06... N 08.
2. Start setting program LB: IMP/Belt.
3. Activate BIC (N05 = YES).
4. Tare.
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N 06 Sensor Length
Range: 0.01....400.00 cm Default: 8.20 cm
Length of sensor area in direction of belt travel.
See also Service value Imp.S..
N 07 Sensor Width
Range: 0.01...400.00 cm Default: 12.00 cm
Width of sensor area
N 08 Sensor Offset
Range: 400.00....400.00 cm Default: 0.00 cm
The offset lets you correct the zero point of the belt
run monitoring result.
However, the maximum display range is limited.
Therefore bigger corrections should be effected by
sensor shifting (see Commissioning chapter).
New display = old display - offset
N 09 Belt Drift
Range: 0.01...400.00 cm Default: 3.00 cm
Limit value for admissible belt drift. If exceeded, event
message C4 Belt Drift is output and digital output
N15 DO Slip Event is set.
N 10 Belt Drift Event C4
Range: WARNING 1
WARNING 2
Ignore
Alarm
Default: WARNING 1
(C04)
Cause of event:
Belt leaves specified tolerance range.
Action:
1. Clean head and tail pulleys.
2. Align belt.
Monitoring system can fail, too. So watch service
values of belt circuit sensor and remove fault, if any.
N 11 Belt Skew
Range: 0.01...400.00 cm Default: 4.00 cm
Limit value for admissible belt skew. If exceeded,
event message C3 Belt Skew is output and digital
output N16 DO Belt Skew is set.
N 12 Belt Skew Event C3
Range: WARNING 1
WARNING 2
Ignore
Alarm
Default: Alarm (C03)
Conveyor belt is too far off-centre. Feeder is no longer
operable.
Action:
See Belt Drift event.
N 13 Slip Limit
Range: 0.00...10.00 %LB Default: 2.00 %LB
Admissible variance of belt length in % of total belt
length.
Limit value exceeded, event message C8 Slip Error
is output and digital output N17 DO Slip is set.
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N 14 Slip Event C8
Range: WARNING 1
WARNING 2
IGNORE
ALARM
Default: WARNING 1
(C08)
Admissible limit value (N13) is exceeded.
N 15 Do Belt Drift
Range: DO
__
Default: __
Digital output used to report belt drift.
N 16 DO Belt Skew
Range: DO
__
Default: __
Digital output used to indicate belt skew event.
N17 DO Slip
Range: DO
__
Default: __
Digital output used to indicate belt slip event.
M 18 Freeze BIC
Range: DI
__
Default:
If digital input is set, current BIC values are frozen.
This helps to protect acquired values from falsification
upon heavily varying belt loads.
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Block O: Events
O 01 Power Failure E1
Range: ALARM
WARNING 1
WARNING 2
IGNORE
Default: ALARM
O 02 Memory Error S1
ALARM (S01) No changes possible.
Feeder is no longer operable.
O 03 Tacho Input C2
Range: ALARM
WARNING 1
WARNING 2
Default: ALARM
Input frequency exceeds 2700 Hz.
Monitoring starts 10 s after power-up.
Prerequisite: B 03 = YES
O 04 Namur Err. Tacho E2
Range: ALARM
WARNING 1
WARNING 2
IGNORE
Default: ALARM
Cable breakage or short-circuit.
Prerequisite: B 03 = YES
Namur errors reset internal speed value to 0.
Frequency display (service value) is still active.
O 05 Namur Err Belt E3
Range: WARNING 1
ALARM
IGNORE
Default: WARNING 1
Short-circuit or breakage of belt circuit sensor cable
(BIC).
Prerequisite: N 03 = YES
O 06 L/C Input C1
Range: ALARM
WARNING 1
WARNING 2
Default: ALARM
1. Load cell cable not (or improperly) connected.
2. Analog-to-digital converter of measuring amplifier
is in saturation (see Service Value wz_roh).
3. Supply voltage has fallen below 19V.
Fault must be available for min. 3 s.
O 07 No Release S2
Range: WARNING 1
WARNING 2
IGNORE
Default: WARNING 1
RELEASE input signal pending.
Special case:
IGNORE always releases feeder.
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O 08 L/C Input > MAX H4
Range: ALARM
WARNING 1
WARNING 2
Default: ALARM
Load on load cell exceeds 110 % of the total of load
cell rated capacities (C 04).
Full scale: approx. 115 % with CSD load cells.
O 09 L/C Input < MIN L4
Range: ALARM
WARNING 1
WARNING 2
Default: ALARM
Load on load cells is smaller than 3 % of the total of
load cell rated capacities.
O 10 Simulation Active S7
Range: WARNING 1
WARNING 2
ALARM
IGNORE
Default:
WARNING 2
Simulation mode started
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Block P: Digital Inputs
P 01 Release
Range: DI
-
Default: DI (DI1)
Determine digital input for feeder release.
Setting - means that no release is required.
Default is DI1, however, any other free digital input
can be used as well.
P 02 DI Stop Batch
Range: DI
-
Default: DI (DI3)
Digital input signal used to abort a running batch.
P 03 Ackn. Events
Range: DI
-
Default: DI (DI1)
Digital input used to acknowledge event messages.
Level acts statically and should not be permanently
available (permanent acknowledgement).
P 04 DI Start
Range: DI
__
Default:
If OP has been selected for start source, digital input
DI Start can be configured and used to start feeder
using a start pulse (key). Feeder is stopped by a pulse
output across digital input Release.
This configuration is possible parallel to the
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Block Q: Digital Outputs
Q 01 DO Alarm
Range: DO
-
Default: DO I+DO3 LO
Digital output used to report general alarm.
Q 02 DO Prefeeder ON
Range: DO
-
Default: DO (DO4)
Digital output used to START/STOP prefeeder.
Q 03 DO Feeder ON
Range: DO
-
Default: DO (DO5)
Digital output signal used to indicate START/STOP
state of scale.
This very output can also be used to START/STOP
drive.
Q 04 DO I-MIN
Range: DO
-
Default: Do (DO1)
Digital output signal used to indicate that minimum
feed rate (F01) is exceeded down. Contact output is
independent of event class (F02).
Q 05 DO I-MAX
Range: DO
-
Default: DO (DO2)
Digital output signal used to indicate that maximum
feed rate (F03) is exceeded up.
Contact output is independent of event class (F04).
Q 06 DO Q-MIN
Range: DO
-
Default: -
Digital output signal used to indicate that minimum
belt load (F05) is exceeded down.
Contact output is independent of event class (F06).
Q 07 DO Q-MAX
Range: DO
-
Default: -
Digital output signal used to indicate that maximum
belt load (F07) is exceeded up.
Contact output is independent of event class (F08).
Q 08 DO v-MIN
Range: DO
-
Default: -
Digital output signal used to indicate that minimum
belt speed (F09) is exceeded down.
Contact output is independent of set event class
(F10).
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Q 09 DO v-MAX
Range: DO
-
Default: -
Digital output signal used to indicate that maximum
belt speed (F11) is exceeded up.
Contact output is independent of set event class
(F12).
Q 10 DO Batch Active
Range: DO
-
Default: -
Digital output signal reporting that a batch is active.
Signal becomes active upon start of batch and is
deactivated when batch is complete. Signal remains
available after abort of batch.
Q 11 DO Full Feed
Range: DO
-
Default: DO (DO6)
Full feed signal is available from start of batch until
batch amount Value for I-MIN (F01)- Batch Dribble
FD (I02) is reached. Batching continues in dribble
feed.
Q 12 DO Dribble Feed
Range: DO
-
Default: DO (DO7)
Dribble feed signal is output after the full feed phase
(see Q11).
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Block R: Comm. EasyServe
R 01 Station Address
Range: 1...254 Default: 1
Station address and baud rate of feeder and
EasyServe must be identical.
The relevant setting (including communication
interface) can be searched using EasyServe (menu:
Tools/Options/Communication).
The station address is specially designed for plants
using a service bus. If the latter is not available,
select 1.
Connection to PC can also be made using a 9-pole
SUB-D connector on X4 (RS 232 only) or a Phoenix
connector on X5 (RS232, RS422 or RS485).
See also Wiring Diagram in chapter DETAILS.
R 02 Physics
Range: RS 232
RS 422
RS 485
Default: RS 232
Determines the physics of the data transmission
protocol.
R 03 EasyServe Baudr.
Range: 9600
19200
Default: 19200
Baud rate
R 04 Format Data
Range: 8-0-1
8-E-1
8-N-2
Default: 8-0-1
EasyServe always uses an 11-bit character frame.
For example:
8-0-1 means:
1 start bit, 8 data bits, odd parity, 1 stop bit
(N = No parity, E = Even Parity)
R 05 Connection
Range: Serial
SERIAL+TCP
Default: Serial
If MODBUS/TCP (Ethernet) has been selected for
fieldbus, communication between feeder and
EasyServe can also take place via Ethernet.
To do so, set Connection parameter to SERIAL-TCP.
R 06 MODBUS Idle Time
Range: 2...20ms Default: 4 ms
For Modbus driver, single character timeout (idle time)
for end recognition can be adjusted using this
parameter (see BVH2220).
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10 Event Messages
System Messages S
S1 : Memory Error
Program and parameter memories are
checked in cycles. If an error is found, cal is
inoperable in most cases.
Action : Contact the SCHENCK
Service.
Parameter: O02
S2 : No Release
External RELEASE signal pending.
Scale cannot start.
Parameter : O 07
S3 : Maint. STR Meter
Total ON-time of conveyor belt and
measurement is exceeded.
Perform requisite service work, if necessary.
Acknowledgement of message does not
influence time intervals.
Parameters : K 03, K 04
S4 : Maintenance Int. Elec
The INTECONT power supply has been
switched on for a preset period of time.
Perform requisite service work, if necessary.
Acknowledgement of message does not
influence time intervals.
Parameters : K 01, K 02
S7 : Simulation Active
Operating in Simulation mode, scale is not
prepared for normal operation.
The Simulation mode lets you test all scale
functions without material at the time of
commissioning.
Action : Deselect Simulation function.
Parameter : N1
S9 : Data Link Host
Serial communication interrupted for longer
than timeout.
Action : Check cable connections.
Parameter : L 03
Electrics E
E1 : Power Failure
Power failed or cut off.
Feed rate possibly not recorded during this
time.
Action : Acknowledge message.
Parameter : O 01
E2 : Namur Err Tacho
Short circuit or breakage in speed transducer
cable. Scale no longer operable.
Action : Check speed transducer cable.
Deselect speed measurement
for a short time using
Parameter B 03 .
Parameter : O 04
E3 : Namur Err Belt
Short circuit or breakage in belt circuit sensor
cable.
Action : Check sensor cable.
Parameter : O 05
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Calibration C
C1: L/C Input
Load cell cable broken, not or improperly
connected. Supply voltage too low.
Action : Check cabling.
If OK, check load cell amplifier.
Parameter : O 06
C2: Tacho Input
Speed transducer output frequency exceeds
3000 Hz, most probably due to subsequent
change of belt speed (e.g. gearbox).
Action : Check speed transducer for
proper dimensioning.
If necessary, measure pulse
frequency using oscillograph.
Parameter : O 03
C3: Belt Skew
Conveyor belt runs too far off centre. Scale is
no longer operable.
Action: See C4
Parameters: N11, N12
C4: Belt Drift
Belt has left defined tolerance zone.
Action: 1) Clean head and tail pulleys.
2) Align belt.
Parameters: N09, N10
C5: Tare Corr. > MAX
Automatic zero setting has exceeded specified
limit. No correction takes place.
Action : Clean scale; if need be, retare.
Parameter : H 01, H 04, H 05
C7: Set Time To Zero
During preset time, no taring nor manual or
automatic zero setting has taken place.
Action : Tare or set to zero,
acknowledge message.
Parameters : H 06, H 07
C8: Slip Error
Conveyor belt length inadmissibly changed.
Error is acquired only using additional belt
circuit sensor.
Action : Check belt tension; if
necessary, correct.
Check sensor for proper
measuring distance.
Parameters : N13, N14
C9: Tare Diff > MAX
Automatic or manual zero setting has detected
excessive zero point deviation.
Correction takes place only if no Alarm is
available.
Action : Acknowledge message, clean
scale; if need be, retare.
Parameters : H 01, H 11, H 12
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Maximum H
H1: I > MAX
Current feed rate exceeds set limit value.
Action : Normally none, unless
message H4 is available or
system-specific limits have to
be observed.
Parameters : F 03, F 04
H2: Load > MAX
Current belt load exceeds set limit value.
Action : Normally none, unless
message H4 is available or
system-specific limits have to
be observed.
Parameters : F 07, F 08
H3: v > MAX
Current belt load exceeds set limit value.
Action : System specific unless C2 is
additionally available.
Parameters : F 11, F 12
H4: L/C Input > MAX
Weighing system overloaded. Errors in
measurement possible.
Action : Check material infeed; belt
load is too big.
Parameter : O 08
Minimum L
L1 : I < MIN
Current feed rate has fallen below set limit
value. Error in measurement possibly out of
tolerance.
Action : System specific unless L4 is
additionally available
Parameters : F 01, F 02
L2 : Load < MIN
Current belt load has fallen below set limit
value.
Action : See L1
Parameters : F 05, F 06
L3 : V < MIN
Current belt speed has fallen below set limit
value.
Action : Check to see if belt is running.
Parameters : F 09, F 10
L4 : L/C Input < MIN
Weighing system underloaded. Errors in
measurement possible.
Action : Check mechanical weighing
system, weighed idler
alignment and load cell cable.
Parameter : O 09
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Batching
B1: Out of Tolerance
Batch not completed with specified accuracy.
Tolerance : Parameters I 04, 05
Event : Parameter I 06
Cause : Automatic adaption started
(Parameter I 03) ?
Material infeed or belt drive
faulty ?
B4 MAX Batch Act. Value
Current batch actual value exceeds preset
tolerance.
Limit value : Parameters I 04, I 08
Signal Lamps
a (green) POWER OK
LED not lit:
1. No power supply
2. Device defective
3. All other functions OK, LED
probably defective. Call display
test.
b (green) CPU OK
Display pending or flashing,
processor system is faulty. Scale is
inoperable.
X (red) ALARM
flashes if an Alarm message is
available.
Display additionally shows event
code.
Action : See relevant event
code.
MIN (red) MIN LIMIT VALUE
lit if feed rate limit value is exceeded
down.
Action : See L1: I<MIN
MAX (red) MAX LIMIT VALUE
lit if feed rate limit value is exceeded
up.
Action : See H1: I>MAX.
No power supply:
Upon short circuit on the secondary side of the power
supply, internal overload protection responds.
Disconnect power supply for approx. 1 minute, and its
is ready to operate again.
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11 Commi ssi oni ng
How To Operate Your INTECONT
There is no way out.
Who wants to put the INTECONT into service has to
work himself through the Operation and Service
Manuals.
To make learning easier, the INTECONT can be
operated without mechanical equipment, load cells
and speed transducer.
Although no feed rate is displayed, all operating
functions can be performed.
1. Connect power supply and turn on (Chapter
DETAILS).
2. The upper two green LEDs report Ready to
Operate, the red LED in the middle flashes and
reports Alarm E1.
Upper display : Totalizing Counter Z1
Lower Display : Event Message E1
Power Failure Feed Rate I
O Acknowledge Message E1 with key
ACK.
Display shows Event Message E2
which reports that no speed transducer
is connected.
3. Except Scale ON and Set to Zero, all functions
described in the Operating Manual can be
performed, e.g. display of event messages.
G Call function distributor.
f Start function Display Events.
T
U
Operate cursors to view available
events.
1. Namur Err. Tacho E2
Speed transducer not connected, or
cabling faulty.
2. L/C Input C1
Load cell not connected, or
cabling error.
3. L/C Input >MIN L4
4. No release S2
No external RELEASE signal.
4. If you wish to turn off the flashing signal lamp or try
the setting programs, change some parameters as
shown in Parameterization chapter.
(a) Parameter O04 to WARNING 1 E2
(b) Parameter O06 to WARNING 1 C1
(c) Parameter O09 to WARNING1 L4
(d) Parameter O07 to IGNORE S2
(e) Parameter B 03 to - -
Deselect belt speed measurement with Parameter B
03. Weigher can then operate without tacho generator.
Use residual parameters to change the event class of
the 4 message types.
5. Set Release contact (Parameter P01).
6. Start INTECONT, all setting programs are
available.
First call LB program as described in Chapter 6
and acquire result using the fkey.
7. To simulate belt load, see Test Plug item.
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1. Event E2 = O04
Namur Err. Tacho
Z = 0 t
E1 I = 0 kg/h
Mechanical Prerequisites
Mount mechanical equipment in accordance with the
instructions given in separate manual. Check weighed
and carrying idlers in the weigher influential zone for
correct alignment and out-of-round.
Influential zone
All weighed idlers and three carrying idlers upstream
and downstream of weighing station.
Alignment
Raise idlers in the influential zone to approx. 3...5 mm
above remaining idlers. Align then against one
another to a height difference below 0.4 mm.
Depending on idler set equipment, idlers have to be
aligned in various points.
Out-of-round
The out-of-round error of idlers in the weigher
influential zone must not exceed 0.4 mm.
Securement
After alignment, secure idler sets against
displacement.
Mark idlers and sets to avoid mistakes during
maintenance.
Influences
Incorrect alignment entails a zero point error which is
normally compensated during calibration.
However, changes in belt tension increase the error
size.
For this reason, ensure correct alignment and
constant belt tension for accurate weighing.
Maintenance
If idlers are dismounted for maintenance work to be
effected, make sure that they are remounted in their
former locations.
Electrical Prerequisites
Run and connect cables as described in Chapter
DETAILS.
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Enter Parameters
All important rated and calibration data are shown in
the supplied Spec Sheet.
In addition, see hints given below. We recommend to
read through all parameters and to select the best
possible setting.
Parameter Block A
Dialog language and display unit.
Parameter values are automatically converted if the
unit is changed.
Parameter Block B
Characteristic value vs B 04 is important for
calibration. Adjust units to nominal feed rate. To
ensure stable display, resolution of feed rate display
(B 01) should not exceed 4...5 decimals.
Display format of totalizing counters should not
exceed 6...7 digits. The decimal point is one digit.
Example:
Nominal feed rate 10 t/h
Unit B 07 -.- t
Max. Wert 999.999 t
Max. counter run time =
Then counter is reset.
If an external totalizing counter is connected, output
frequency must not exceed 10 Hz (see Parameters B
07, 08 and Service Displays Z0 and ZE).
Parameter Block C
Ensure correct input of calibration and evaluation data
as shown in relevant Spec Sheet. Measure effective
belt length and inclination at site.
For definition of belt length, see Chapter DETAILS.
Enter belt inclination only if load cells are arranged
right-angled to belt. If load cells are mounted
vertically, the effective angle is 0. For definition of
check weight, see Data Flow Diagrams in Chapter
DETAILS.
Determine belt inclination by using spirit level and
measuring element. Repeat measurement with spirit
level turned and calculate mean value of height h.
Angle C 07: a = tan (h/l)
Angles < 20 degr.: a = 55 h/l
Parameter Block D
Calibration results need not be entered.
During initial calibration, range correction D 02 should
be set to 1.
Check to see if, with rated data entered, load cell
rated capacity is not exceeded.
F = q * L * H * cos(a)
q = nominal belt load D 01 in kg/m
L = eff. platform length C 05 in m
H = lever ration C 06
a = angle C 07 in degr.
F = force on load cell in kg
F should be the total of load cell rated capacities C
04. If not, load cells are too small for the requested
nominal feed rate.
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Parameter Block F
Select limit values and their event classes in
accordance with application requirements.
Parameter Block G
Adjust display filters, if required. Normally, the default
values can be used.
Parameter Block H
See Automatic Zero Setting. Maintain default values
for the time being. Do not start automatic zero setting
before calibration is effected.
Parameter Block K
For calibration, the maintenance parameters are
irrelevant. The default values are useful suggestions.
Parameter Block N
Measuring at discharge point (CPD) should normally be
activated (N 01, N 02). For automatic belt influence
compensation (BIC) and belt drift display, a special belt
circuit sensor and a metal sensor area on belt are
required. If these are not available, set Parameter N 03
to NO. Disconnect BIC during initial commissioning.
Parameter Block O
The event classes are selected for a standard scale. If
messages O 04, O 06 and O 07 have been modified
for training, reset to default.
Functional Check
1. Start weigher and conveyor belt.
Starting depends on selected start source B 06 .
Acknowledge Message E1.
2. As running display, a rotating point appears in top
left display field.
If not, Parameter Vmin (F 09) is set too high or
START key has not been operated.
3. Interpret event messages, if any, as shown in
Chapter 10 and remedy fault.
4. Call Service messages.
(a) Tachometer
If measurement is ON (B 03 = DI7), speed
transducer output frequency must be below
3000 Hz. Compare value with Spec Sheet. If
frequency heavily varies at constant belt
speed, there is too much space between
speed transducer NAMUR sensor and
gearing. See also Check of Belt Speed.
(b) wz
The unnormalized output value of load cell
amplifier must not exceed 2.85mV/V, not even
with nominal platform load. Value changes
with varying load on platform (e.g. check
weight).
Value excessive:
Load cell overloaded
Tare balance weight, if any, improperly set
Value negative:
Load cell improperly connected
Tare balance weight, if any, improperly set
(c) aw
Load on load cell in percent related to the total
of load cell rated capacities.
Interpret as under Item b). At nominal belt
load, aw should not exceed 100%.
5. If all else fails, see Test Plug item.
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Calibration
Calibration as such is not required. After input of rated
and calibration data, scale is calibrated.
Simply call:
1. Setting program Belt Circuit LB determining the
basis of one belt circuit for zeroing and taring
programs
2. Taring program TW
3. Zero setting program for training. Zero point error
should be small after taring.
Always observe the above order of sequence.
For first program, measure exact time of one belt
circuit and enter value into Parameter C 02. For
operation and message interpretation, see Chapter 3.
Two further checks should be effected:
1. Check using check weight
2. Check of belt speed
If something goes wrong:
our service department is always prepared to help.
Maybe only some small error or maloperation is the
cause of trouble. Check individual operations one
by one. Normally, the issue can be eliminated.
Check Using Check Weight
Check with check weight is useful because
1. Mechanical or electrical faults may be given
2. Calibration data may be uncertain, e.g. lever
ratio not exactly known, inclination hard to
measure
3. Incorrect data may have been entered.
The check weight should range between 30 %...100
% of nominal platform load and be exactly known.
1. Enter effective check weight as Parameter C 08.
If weighing modules with leaf spring parallel
guidance are used, the check weight corresponds
to the actual value. In other cases, see Spec Sheet
or calculate check weight in accordance with
Chapter DETAILS / Data Flow Diagrams. For
effective check weight, belt inclination is irrelevant.
2. Call program Weight Check CW,
as shown in Chapter Setting Programs.
For evaluation of results, see operating sequence des-
cription.
Possible causes of faults:
Distorsion of platform, insufficient alignment,
interferences on load cell cable.
In case of suspicion, repeat check with another
weight.
Unlinearity is mostly due to above faults; linear errors,
to incorrect data.
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Check Belt Speed
The speed transducer frequency generator can be
driven by
1. Friction wheel in the lower belt run
2. Drive motor shaft.
In the first case, the entered characteristic value vs
(Parameter B 04) depends on the exact friction wheel
diameter; in the second, on the belt wrap factor.
Hence, check speed measurement for accuracy.
1. Acquire belt speed with stop watch and tape
measure.
To be on the safe side, conduct various
measurements and calculate mean value.
2. Read INTECONT speed display over the same
period of time.
3. Compare both values with one another and, if
necessary, correct characteristic value vs B 04.
old = old parameter value
new = new parameter value
Vg = measured speed
Va = read off speed
This method is also applicable with unknown
characteristic values.
If characteristic value vs is known and deviations are
excessive, the space between sensor (Namur
transducer) and gearing is too big. Check by switching
ammeter into sensor circuit.
Tooth over sensor: i = 0.1...1.65 mA
else: i = 1.65...8 mA
Neither level should exceed limit value 1.65 mA.
Check Using Material
Checks or calibrations with check weights cannot
reproduce the actual circumstances to perfection.
Highly accurate weighing results can be achieved only
by various measurements with material and
subsequent correction.
For correction, use Parameter D 02.
Observe the following items:
1. Make sure the route from platform to material
collecting point is clean.
2. Ensure that material diverters, if any, do not divert
any material.
3. If feed screws or air slides are used between
platform and collecting point, feeding starts approx.
30 min. before check measurement so that normal
build-ups are given.
4. Set dedustings to a minimum.
5. Ensure that hoppers or vehicles used for transport
of material to a legal-for-trade weigher are cleaned
and weighed before every filling operation (tare).
Example:
Old value of Parameter D 02 = 1
Within 15 min. a material amount of MW = 4.9 t is fed.
Difference in counter reading MA read on INTECONT
is 5.0 t.
= 1 x 4.9 = 0.98

5.0
Enter computed value into Parameter D 02 .
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Automatic Zero Setting
Activate the automatic zero setting function only in
clearly defined cases, e.g. if some belt circuits are run
with no load.
Parameter H 01 = JA Automatic active
= NO Automatic not active
Automatic system is active both in turned-on and
turned-off state of scale, if belt speed exceeds Vmin.
Measuring result of one belt circuit is continuously
compared to previous result.
If Belt Empty is identified, zero point is automatically
corrected.
Set continuous plausibility check with Parameters H
02 and H 03. For normal conveyor belts, default
values can be used, however, a check is
recommended.
1. Deactivate automatic H 01 = NO.
2. Call zero setting program via function distributor
various times and acquire result.
3. Note final results Dev. (upper display) as of second
run.
4. The highest value of Item 3 is the smallest value
for Parameter H 02.
Enter double to triple value, but min. 0.1 %.
.
5. Parameter H04 monitors the total of all zeroing
operations. Enter value, e.g. 2...4 times higher
than H 02.
6. Activate Automatic using Parameter H 01.
Belt Run Monitoring
INTECONT comes with belt a belt run monitoring
function designed to detect belt drift and belt slip.
Activate monitoring using Parameter N03 Belt Sensor
Active.
The belt run monitoring functions can be used only if a
belt circuit sensor (Namur transducer) and
a triangle metal sensor area on belt area
available (see Fig. Below). If not,
Parameters N03 Belt Sensor Active and
N05 BIC Active must be set to NO.
To activate belt run monitoring:
1. Set Parameter N03 Belt Sensor Active to YES.
2. Enter sensor length L into Parameter N06 Sensor
Length (s. Belt Run Monitoring figure).
3. Enter sensor width B into Parameter N07 Sensor
Width (s. Belt Run Monitoring figure).
4. Set Parameter N08 Sensor Offset to 0.
5. Call calibrating function LB: IMP/Belt.
6. Acquire result after min. 2 belt circuits.
7. Adjust sensor.
Note: Service value Imp.S indicates the number
of pulses measured for the covered sensor. If the
belt sensor is located exactly in mid sensor area,
the following value results:
Imp.S. = 0.5 * L (N06) * 0.01 * vs_Charact. Val.
(B04)
Example: N06 = 8.40 cm and
B04 = 1000 I/m result in Imp.S. = 42
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Fig.: Belt Run Monitoring
Z1 = 2500 kg
I = 0 kg/h
Note: Monitor service value Belt Drift Tr indicating
the deviation of mid sensor and thus of belt from
sensor position in cm.
Example: Belt drift = 0.20 cm: Parameter N08
Sensor Offset = - 0.20 cm indicates belt slip 0.00 cm.
8. If necessary, determine event classes of belt slip
and drift messages (Parameters N09...N17).
Note: Normally, the default values can be used in
actual practice.
9. Check messages.
Note: To check, adapt Parameter N08
SensorOffset accordingly and remember to reset
value to default.
Belt Influence Compensation BIC
The automatic Belt Influence Compensation BIC is
designed to monitor and correct the belt influence. As
is with belt run monitoring, a sensor and a sensor area
are required. To commission BIC, first start belt run
monitoring.
Note: Perform initial commissioning without active
BIC.
Features
After start of the belt influence compensation, the
influence of the conveyor belt on measurement will be
compensated after approx. 10 belt circuits.
Prerequisites:
Belt run monitoring commissioned
Belt run monitoring started.
To start BIC, set Parameter N05 BIC Active to YES
.
Control for Point of Discharge CPD
Upon measurement at the point of discharge, the
measuring point of the weighing platform is shifted to
the point of material discharge using a delay element.
The amount discharged is measured direct.
Note: If CPD is active, Automatic Belt Influence
Compensation BIC should be started as well.
Prerequisites:
Length ratio frommid platformto material discharge
point and total conveyor belt length is known.
Length ratio in percent is entered into Parameter
N02 Platf.Dis.Length.
To start CPD, set Parameter N01 CPD Active to
YES .
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Cosine Pendulum
Belt weighers with variable belt inclination are
equipped with a so-called cosine pendulum which
compensates the impact of inclination on measuring
result.
The pendulum is switched into the load cell (L/C)
supply voltage.
L/C RD Rp Rw Angle C 07
1 x CSD
2 x CSD
1 x HBM
4000
2000
350
3000
1500
300
727
363
123
+/- 30
0.73
0.73
0.64
RD = load cell input resistance in ohms
Rp = pendulum potentiometer resistance in ohms
Rw = calibrated resistance of Rv in ohms
1. Position pendulum near weighbridge and align
using spirit level.
2. Param.: Angle a (C 08) = 0
Lever (C 07) = table value
Tare (D 04) = 0
Tare (D 05) = 0
Do not tare scale.
3. Use Rv to preset RW with highest possible
accuracy.
4. Bring weigher into two opposite positions,
e.g. degr. Apply check weight, if necessary.
5. Set belt load displays to same value by correcting
the pendulum case zero point position.
6. Use potentiometer rv to vary range until until
minimum dependence of belt inclination is
reached.
If items 4 and 5 cannot be performed, use
pendulum position and Rv in turn.
7. Tare scale, best in horizontal position.
8. Calibrate range using check weight and Parameter
D 02. Use setting program CW.
Test Plug
Almost any possible error in operation is reported by
event message. For interpretation, see Chapter 10.
Check INTECONT for proper operation by using a
simple test plug. This helps to see whether the fault is
with load cel, or cabling and electrical equipment.
1. Switch plug as shown in drawing.
2. Withdraw load cell connector X7 and replace by
test plug.
At the indicated resistance values, the following
service values result:
1. wz apr.1.1mV/V
2. Load cell apr. 55 % (C 03 =2mV/V)
utilization aw apr. 39% (C03 =2.85mV/V)
If wz is in specified range, measuring amplifier
properly operates.
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12 Detai l s
Start / Stop
Start / stop states exclusively refer to belt drive,
prefeeder and feed rate measurement.
Belt load and belt speed are acquired in either case.
Display with START : Rotating point in upper display
field.
Rotation speed is approximately
proportional to feed rate, but
never zero.
Display with STOP : Point stands still after completion
of measurement.
After effective stop command, totalization is cut off as
soon as set afterflow time Tnach has elapsed.
STOP commands have highest priority.
Four different control modes can be configured (see
also Parameter B06).
1. START/STOP using digital input.
The default value is DI2. However, you can use any
other free digital input as well.
The digital input operates edge-controlled, i.e. If
scale cuts off after Alarm, START signal must be
removed and applied again.
2. START/STOP using keyboard (OP)
Start : START key if no Alarm is
available and release signal
has been output.
Stop: Stop key, Alarm, or No
Release.
3. START/STOP with belt speed higher, or smaller,
than set limit value Vmin (v).
System prompts for input of unmeaned value
measured for speed V.
4. START/STOP via fieldbus interface (FB).
Serial START/STOP commands acts in the same
ways as the corresponding keys.
The Select Keyboard Mode function lets you shift the
Start/Stop commands onto keyboard.
Return to Deselect Keyboard Mode function using
Parameter B06.
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Note
1) Selection v does not allow for batching.
2) Digital input Release P01 can be cut off (setting
- -), and scale is released always.
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Batching Without Clearance
If batch is complete, belt drive is cut-off. Feeding by
full feed/dribble feed can be controlled via belt speed
or prefeeder (dashed line).
It is recommended to activate delay for material
discharge (O 01 = YES).
Select keyboard as START source
(B 06 = DE + T).
For details, see OPERATION chapter.
Parameter Schedule:
B 06 START source OP
G 06 Belt tracking time Tn apr. 3 s
Feed rate determination tracking time after
belt cut-off.
Enables afterflowing material to be acquired.
N 01 CPD Active YES
Delay for point of discharge
I 01 Batch Dribble Feed kg
Change-over point from full feed to dribble
feed, e.g. by belt speed reduction. Enter
deviation from cut-off point I 02 (see Figure).
I 02 Batch Cut-Off Point kg
Belt drive cut-off point. To be set to slightly
below setpoint to enable afterflowing material
to be acquired.
Suggestion:
Mean dribble feed feed rate in kg/h divided by
3600.
I 03 Correction Factor 0.6
Dribble feed changeover and cut-off points
are automatically adapted upon completion of
batch for system to be better matched to
actual conditions until the time of next
batching operation.
I 03 = 0 : No adaptation
I 03 = 1 : Full adaption
Intermediate values lead to filtered
adaptation.
Suggestion: I 03 = 0.6
I 04... For monitoring, see Parameter List.
I 07 Empty Belt NO
Prerequisite for batching mode.
M 01 Feeder Active
NO : Feeder control output is always
LOW. Full feed/dribble feed
changeover must be controlled via
belt drive. Function Next W/Belt
Empty is not possible.
YES : Prerequisite for feeder control via
batch mode and for function
START/STOP Feeder.
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M 02
Setting Time sec
From 0 to nominal feed rate (see Sequence
and Parameter M 04).
M 03 Feed Distance m
Material path from feeder to end of weighing
platform.
If CPD is active (N 01 = YES) the length from
platform center to point of discharge (N 02)
has to be added.
M 05 = NO
No entry required.
M 04 Motor STOP Aft. ST YES/NO
Use M 04 to determine whether belt tracking
is desired after completion of batch or after
cut-off.
With slow feeders, tracking helps to avoid
excess feed.
Prerequisite: M 01 = YES
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M 05 Change-over FF/DF
NO Change-over via belt drive
YES : Change-over via feeder
(signals dashed in diagram)
Sequence:
0 Start batch through START command.
Belt drive, prefeeder, totalization (counters)
start operating.
1 Abort batch through STOP command.
To avoid excess feed, belt drive continues
running for time TZ after feeder cut-off
(Parameters M 01, M 02, M 04).
2 Restart batch through START command.
3 Change-over point from full feed to dribble
feed FM = SET - A - F is reached. Signals
Full Feed and Dribble Feed change levels.
A and F are the pre-act cut-off points
(Parameters I 01 und I 02).
4 Cut-off point HM = SET - A
is reached and batch is complete.
Belt drive cuts off.
So as to avoid excess feed, prefeeder shuts
down as soon as differential amount M (TZ) is
reached (M 04 = NO).
M(TZ) = I * TZ/3600
I = Current feed rate filtered through
display filter G 01
TZ = Parameter M 02
5 Belt tracking and end of material flow.
If Parameters H and V are correctly set,
setpoint has now been reached. If not, see
Item Adaptation.
6. Change-over point from full feed to dribble
feed, if prefeeder is used for feed control
(Parameter N 05 = YES).
Pre-act cut-off point FMS is estimated on the
basis of the mean belt load.
FMS = VM - L * Q - M(TZ)
Q = Belt load displayed (Filter G 04)
L = Material path (M 03)
M(TZ)= See Item 4
Adaption:
After every completed batch, system uses the missing
amount to compute a correction value for cut-off point
A (I 02). Dribble feed changeover point is
automatically corrected.
Error = SETPOINT - amount fed
The new cut-off point for the next batch is computed
from the error and an evaluation factor.
F(new) = F(0ld) + FAK * Error
F =Batch cut-off point I 02
FAK =Adaption factor I 03
(see Parameter)
Errors smaller than the smallest display digit are not
corrected.
Release Signal:
Pending release signal acts as STOP command.
Alarm:
Batch is interrupted (motor and prefeeder cut off
immediately). Remedy fault, acknowledge error
message and restart..
Power DOWN:
Batch mode is cut off. Counter readings and values of
amounts fed remain stored for an unlimited period of
time. Resume batching with Preselect Batch
function.
Abort Batch function:
Abort batch. Control signal behaviour is the same as
after STOP command.
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Batching With Clearance
When batch is complete, prefeeder cuts off; belt drive,
after approx. another half belt circuit. Conveyor belt is
empty. Delay for point of discharge should be
activated
(N 01 = YES).
Select keyboard for START source (B 06 = DE + T).
Function Next W/Belt Empty automatically activates
clearance mode. For details, see OPERATION
chapter.
The smallest possible actual batch amount
corresponds to the load on belt from weighing platform
to point of feed.
Parameter Schedule:
B 06 START source OP
G 06 Belt tracking time Tn ca. 3 s
Tracking time of feed rate acquisition after
belt cut-off.
N 01 CPD Active YES
Delay for point of discharge
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I 01 Batch Dribble Feed kg
Change-over point from full feed to dribble
feed, e.g. through reduction of feed rate.
Enter deviation from cut-off point I 02 (see
Diagram). Normally not used in clearance
mode.
I 02 Batch Cut-Off Point kg
Feeder cut-off point.
Suggestion: Initial value 0
I 03... See Without Clearance
I 07 Belt Empty YES
Prerequisite for clearance mode
M 01 Feeder Active YES
Prerequisite for clearance mode
M 02 Setting Time sec
From 0 to nominal feed rate (see Sequence
and Parameter M 04).
M 03 Feed Distance m
Material path from feeder to end of weighing
platform.
If CPD is active (N 01 = YES) the length from
platform center to point of discharge (N 02)
has to be added.
M 04 Motor STOP Aft. ST YES/NO
Use M 04 to determine whether belt tracking
is desired after completion of batch or after
cut-off.
With slow feeders, tracking helps to avoid
excess feed (see Sequence and Diagram).
M 05 Change-Over FF/DF YES/NO
Parameter has no effect.
Sequence:
0 Start batch through START command. Belt
drive, feeder and totalizing counters start
operating.
1 Abort batch through STOP command.
To avoid excess feed, belt drive continues
running for time TZ after prefeeder cut-off
(Parameters M 02, M 04).
2 Restart batch through START command.
3 Changeover point to dribble feed is reached.
Full feed and dribble feed signals change
level.
FM = AM - F
AM = Cut-off point, see Item 4
F = Parameter I 01, Dribble Feed
4 Cut-off point AM is reached, feeder cuts off.
Belt drive continues running for time Tab to
enable belt to be unloaded.
AM = SOLL - A - Mg
A = Parameter I 02, Cut-Off Point
Mg = Estimated load on belt between
weighing platform and prefeeder.
Mg = L * Q + I * TZ/3600
I = Current feed rate filtered through
display filter G 01.
TZ = Parameter M 02.
Q = Current belt load filtered through
display filter G 04
Tab = TZ + time for another half belt circuit
With N 04 = NO, TZ is doubled.
5. Batching amount reached.
Cut-off command routed between Item 4 and 5 totally
aborts batch.
For Adaption, Release, etc.:
See Batching Without Clearance.
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Data Flow Diagram
Note:
In normal INTECONT operation, data flow diagrams
need not be known.
In special cases, they can be used to trace internal
normalizations, particulary important for (theoretical)
precalibration.
Parameters:
Io Nominal Feed Rate B 02 in t/h
Io is reference value for limit values and
service display. Io has no effects on
calibration.
Qo = in kg/m
Vo = in m/s
Io = in t/h
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Fig.: Measurement
Qo Nominal Belt Load D 01 in kg/m
Computed by INTECONT, Qo is reference
value for limit values and displays.
Nominal platform load QB = Qo L
L = effective platform length
Vo Nominal Speed B 05 in m/s
Reference value for limit values, only relevant
for calibration of weighers
1. operating without speed measurement or
2. using adaptive belt influence compensation
BIC is used.
L Effective Platform Length C 06 in m
Acquire accurate length and enter.
VS Speed Transducer Characteristic
Value B 04 in I/m
VS determines speed measurement
normalization, thus being relevant for
weighing accuracy.
Fo Load Cell Rated Capacity C 04 in kg
Total of load cell rated capacities. Pivots are
considered as load cells.
Fo = (N +M) * NNENN
NENN = load cell rated capacity
N = number of load cells
M = number of pivots
Fo determines weigher accuracy.
E Load Cell Characteristic Value C 04
in mV
The transmission coefficient is an important
value for calibration.
Ua = Load cell output voltage in mV
Ue = Load cell input voltage in V
=
5 V (10 V)
F = Load on load cell
CSD load cells E = 2.85 mV/V
HBM load cells E = 2.00 mV/V
With some types, E is not calibrated. For
value, see type plate.
H Lever Ratio C 06
The lever ratio is decisive for calibration
accuracy. However, it must not enter into
check weight computation.
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Fig.: Displays, limit values, analog input
F = Force applied to load cell in kg
QB = Platform load in kg
LWB = See Figure.
With platforms with leaf spring parallel
guidance H = 1.
a Belt Inclination C08 in degr
Enter belt inclination if load cells are mounted
right-angled to belt. With vertically mounted
load cells, degree is always 0
QPRF Effective Check Weight C 08 in kg
This weight serves for check of theoretical
calibration.
As effective check weight, enter platform load
simulated by check weight.
For check weight factor f, see Spec Sheet.
QPRF = f * Check Weight
KOR Range Correction D 02
D 02 is primarily used to calibrate results of a
material check. This parameter exclusively
acts on belt load measuring branch.
Analog Output:
ANH << = 1 >> = 20mA
X = I, V or Q (see Fig. Analog Output)
Operating Principle - Summary
Load cell output voltage Va is amplified and converted
into digital value d.
As transmission factor A0 of AD converter and load
cell data are known to INTECONT, load on load cell
can be computed from the output voltage.
Belt load results fromplatformdata and belt inclination.
Fo= Total of load cell in kg
rated capacities
E= Load cell characteristic value in m/mV
GK= Device constant
Ue = Load cell input voltage in V
a= Angle in degr
Belt speed is computed from speed transducer output
frequency.
The product from Q and V is feed rate I.
I = Q * V * 3600s/f in kg/h
For tare parameters to be accurately calibrated, range
correction takes place before taring. If range
normalization QN is modified (Parameters KOR, Fo,
etc.), tare parameters are automatically converted so
that zero point is maintained.
Weighers without Speed Measurement:
For setting program LB, a frequency of V0 * VS is
internally generated. If one of the two parameters is
changed, call LB program again. Only then all other
setting programs will run over integer belt circuits.
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Connection Diagram
Base Card
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Option Card
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Namur Inputs
8 mA = Short circuit
1.65...8 mA = Level 0
0.1...1.65 mA= Level 1 (sensor covered)
0,1 mA = Cable breakage
Option Card:
The option card is attached to the INTECONT cover.
Signal exchange with base card is via a pluggable flat
cable connector.
If pulled off, system behaves as if no option card was
present and only the operating functions and
parameters of the base card can be used.
Cabling Hints
n All cables are led to the device from the rear
(front-of-panel mounting housing) or from below
(flush mounting housing) and connected with
special connectors. Connectors cannot be
confused.
n The INTECONT is isolated from the mounting
surface by its plastic housing.
The rear earthing connector is internally connected
with the electronics zero potential.
The protective ground used requires to be hum- and
transient-free.
The power supply zero potential (0V ext.) is not
connected to the earthing connector. In general, no
earthing is required.
n Ensure that no leakage currents are conducted over
cable shields. Therefore shields are applied to one
side of INTECONT. The load cell housing is not
connected with shields.
Shields of data cables to host computer are
connected to ground on either side.
n The consumers connected to the relay and pulse
outputs require to be radioshielded, e.g. by
suppressor diodes or RC elements.
n Analog outputs
Long cables, particularly to frequency transducers,
can interact on analog outputs. We suggest to use
an isolating amplifier.
n Make sure the space between power and
measuring cables, if run in parallel, is 0.30 m.
If this is not possible lay measuring cable in steel
conduit. The same holds if the measuring cable is
laid over free stretches or close to powerful
transmitters (e.g. broadcasting stations).
n Cable Fastening
In the rear wall of the INTECONT, under each
connector, several slots are provided. The
upper slot pair is reserved for the cable clamp
which presses the shielded cable against the
rear wall. The shield needs not be separately
connected. The lower cut-out serves for
accommodation of a pull relief, e.g. by cable
binders.
Attention!
Connectors to base card require to be plugged-in
with screwed connections up; connectors to option
card, with screwed connections down.
n Intecont rear view: Connectors
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Weighing Platforms
1. Effective Platform Length
The effective platform length is an important value for
calibration. Determined by platform design, it can
normally be taken from Spec Sheet. However, we
recommend to remeasure length and to enter the
exact value into parameter.
The hatched areas shows the distribution of load on
platform.
n Single-Idler Platform
e.g. BEZ, BED types
Platform load is applied to load cell via a weighed
idler. This can be done by using a lever system or,
with no levers, by leaf spring parallel guidance.
Single-Idler
Platform
n Multi-Idler Platform
e.g. BMP, BMC types
Various weighed idler are connected to form a
mechanical unit.
Multi-Idler Platform
n Buckled Platform
e.g. BMK type
The platform consists of two sections. In its center,
force is applied to load cell. Instead of weighed
idlers, a two-sectional weighing table can also be
used.
Buckled Platform
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n One-sided mounting of total belt
One-sided
mounting
Lg = Length up to mid hillside
2. Check Weight QPRF
Simulating a certain belt load, the check weight is
used for control of weighing system. It can act on
weighing platform direct or via lever system.
The weight to be entered into INTECONT is not the
actual weight, but the weight acting on platform.
Effective check weight QPRF is the platform load in
kg simulated by the check weight
Single-Idler Platform
a) Parallel Leaf Spring Mounting
Theoretically, the check weight can be applied
to any point of the mechanical platform
equipment. Applied weight QPis active always.
QPRF = OP
b) Joint Mounting (e.g. Universal Spring Joint):
tan(a) 0,018 a
Angle a= 0 : K = 0
Angle a = neg : K = neg
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n Multi-Idler Platform
a) Total platform mounted on load cells:
QPRF = QP
b) Joint Mounting
See Single-Idler Platform
n Buckled Platform
QPRF = QP
n Normally, check weight acts on center.
n One-sided mounting of total belt
With inclined belts, consider extension, or shortening,
of calibration lever, if any, in accordance with
single-idler platform.
Chain Calibration Weight:
If a chain curtain is placed over the platform area, the
total weight of chains in weighing area is the effective
check weight.
QPRF = n * Lg * s
N= Number of chains
Lg= Overall belt length in m
s= Chain weight per m in kg/m
3. Conveyor Belt Inclination
In certain cases, the inclination of conveyor belt has to
be entered into parameter. Decisive is the load cell
mounting position.
a) Right-angled to conveyor belt
Enter angle a into parameter. Load cell is loaded
with N = Q * cos a.
b) Vertical to conveyor belt
Enter 0 as angle a. Load cells are loaded with full
force Q.
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QPRF QP
LPG
LWZ
=
Printer Connectivity
Interface : Serial (see Chapter Technical
Data).
Character map: ISO-Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1)
Cable : The connection diagram holds
for EPSON and CITIZEN
printers.
EPSON Printer: LX 850
The interface board is equipped with 2 DIP switches
used for selection of serial message base data.
Switch
1-1 : OFF 8-bit message
1-2 : OFF No parity bit
1-3 : ON, OFF Even/odd
1-4 : OFF Positive edge
1-5...8 : OFF, ON, OFF, OFF 9600 baud
2-1...6 : ON, ON, OFF, OFF, OFF, OFF
(default)
Use Parameter J 01 to set baud rate to 9600. On the
right side of printer, there are two additional DIP
switches. Diagram view corresponds to top of printer.
Switch
1-1 : OFF Character spacing 10 CPI
1-2 : OFF Zero with no backslash
1-3 : ON Graphics character set
1-4 : OFF Auto hyphenation activated
1-5 : ON Normal print speed
1-6...8 : ON, ON, ON USA
2-1 : ON Page length 12 inch
2-2 : OFF No cut sheet
2-3 : OFF Jump over perforation
2-4 : OFF No auto line feed
Information on switch position can be printed by using
the printer self-test function. (Press line feed key while
starting printer).
CITIZEN Printer: 120D
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Fig. EPSON Interface
Fig.: Printer Cable
Fig. EPSON Printer
Fig. Serial Interface
13 Repl acement I nstructi ons
Replacing INTECONT PLUS FIP > INTECONT PLUS VEG
INTECONT PLUS, type VEG, is equipped with added functions for INTECONT PLUS, type FIP. Logical
inputs/outputs can now be assigned to hardware at will. Please also check all connectors with relevant
parameter assignment.
When using our convenient replacement set (ordering no. V036910.B01), hardware is adapted by plugging.
The EasyServe setting program supplied enables easy assignment and transfer of all software parameters.
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FIP base card connection diagram
FIP option card connection diagram
The FIP base and option cards connection diagrams
indicate for every digital input and output the relevant
INTECONT VEG parameter numbers used for
distribution on physical signals.
The tables below compares the connector
assignments of FIP and VEG for all physical signals.
Digital Outputs
FIP Physical Signal VEG
X1 1,2
X1 3,4
X1 5,6
X6 1,2
X6 3,4
X6 5,6
X6 7,8
X6 9,10
DA1
DA2
DA3
DA4
DA5
DA6
DA7
DA8
X1 1,2
X1 3,4
X1 5,6
X8 1,2
X8 3,4
X8 5,6
X8 7,8
X8 9,10
Digital Inputs
FIP Physical Signal VEG
X3 1,2
X9 1,2
X9 3,4
-
-
X3 5,6
X5 1,2
X3 3,4
DE1
DE2
DE3
DE4
DE5
Sensor = (DE6)
V1 (Tacho 1) = DE7
V2 (Tacho2)
X3 1,2
X3 3,4
X6 6,7
X9 1,2
X9 3,4
X3 5,6
X7 1,2
-
Analog Inputs/Outputs
FIP Physical Signal VEG
X9 9,10
-
A01
A02
X6 4,5
X9 5,6
- AI X6 1,2,3
Load Cell
FIP Physical Signal VEG
X5 3
X5 4
X5 5
X5 6
X5 7
X5 8
OUT1
REF1
IN2
IN1
REF2
OUT2
X7 3
X7 4
X7 6
X7 5
X7 7
X7 8
Attention:
Signals IN1 and IN2 are swapped between FIP and
VEG. (VEG is compatible to DISOCONT).
Power Supply
FIP Physical Signal VEG
X2 1
X2 2
X2 3
X2 4
0V ext
24V ext
ext. 0V supply
ext. 24V supply
X2 1
X2 2
X2 3
X2 4
Printer
FIP Physical Signal VEG
X8 1
X8 2
X8 3
Screen
TX
RX
X10 1
X10 2
X10 3
Pulse Output
FIP Physical Signal VEG
X9 5
X9 6
X9 7
X9 8
24V
Open collector
Open emitter
0V
X6 8
X6 9
X6 10
X6 11
With VEG, fieldbus is connected via separate fieldbus
cards (FIP: Connector X7). See Fieldbus Manual
BVH2220.
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Connector Size
FIP
X1
X2
X3
X5
X6
X7
X8
X9
Phoenix contact spacing 5mm : 6 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 5mm : 4 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 5mm : 7 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 5mm : 8 pins
Phoenix contact spacing5mm : 8or 10pins
SUB-D: 9 pins
SUB-D: 9 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 5mm : 12 pins
VEG
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
X9
X10
Phoenix contact spacing 5mm : 6 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 5mm : 4 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 3.5mm : 6 pins
SUB-D: 9 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 3.5mm : 7 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 3.5mm : 11 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 3.5mm : 8 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 5mm : 10 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 3.5mm : 9 pins
Phoenix contact spacing 3.5mm : 7 pins
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