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Big-Ski

Ref. No. VOE21A1004969


CPN 80895162
Printed in Sweden 2008-05
Volvo, Hameln

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Big-Ski
(Volvo / ABG)
Assembly Manual

21A1004969

The text and graphic sections in this operating manual were prepared with particular care. Nevertheless, no liability can
be assumed, however, for any possible mistakes and their consequences. Please notify your authorised distributor of any
comments regarding the design and any faults. We will be only too glad to pick up on and implement sensible ideas and
suggestions for improvement.
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Version: 5.2007
Volvo Construction Equipment
ABG ALLGEMEINE BAUMASCHINEN-GESELLSCHAFT mbH
Kuhbrckenstr. 18
D - 31785 Hameln

Table of contents
1. Foreword ............................................................................................................. 4
2. Notes on safety and work .................................................................................. 5
3. General information on the assembly instructions ......................................... 6
4. Scope of delivery................................................................................................ 6
5. List of the individual mechanical components ................................................ 7
6. Mechanics ........................................................................................................... 9
6.1 Attachment of the mechanics.......................................................................... 10
6.1.1 Assembly "Towing arm support"...................................................................................... 11
6.1.2 Assembly of the "swing arms" ......................................................................................... 12
6.1.3 Assembly of the "middle bracket" .................................................................................... 13
6.1.4 Assembly of the "module elements" ................................................................................ 15
6.1.5 Assembly of the "sensor brackets" .................................................................................. 16

7. The electric components ................................................................................. 19


7.1 Installation of the electric components ............................................................ 19
7.1.1 Assembly of the Big-Ski junction box .............................................................................. 20
7.1.2 Assembly of the Sonic-Ski sensors ................................................................................. 21
7.1.3 Installation of the MOBA-matic ........................................................................................ 22

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1. Foreword
This manual contains important information and notes on the assembly of the BigSki mechanics.
Therefore, read the entire manual through carefully.
If questions arise which cannot be clarified using this assembly manual or the operating manual of the relevant MOBA-matic system, please contact your supplier.
Pictograms and symbols
The following pictograms and symbols are used in this manual:

ATTENTION!

IMPORTANT!

The warning triangle with an exclamation mark identifies all sources of danger which, in the event of incorrect procedure, represent a risk to the health of the
operating staff.
This reference identifies all sources of danger which,
in the event of incorrect procedure, may result in damage or malfunctioning of the machine.
Special notes are marked bold.

Lists are identified with a black dot.

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2. Notes on safety and work


General

ATTENTION!

Always switch the MOBA-matic system into manual mode before you leave
the machine or when the machine is at a standstill.
Never perform work on the sensors as long as the system is in the automatic
mode.
If safety-relevant parts have to be dismantled for assembly of the system
components, they must definitely be installed again before initial commissioning.
Make sure that the screed is resting firmly on the ground before you perform
any work on the system.
Observe the safety notes of the machine manufacturer.

For welding

ATTENTION!
Never look unprotected into the arc.
IMPORTANT!

Before welding, disconnect at least the negative pole of the machine battery
and, dismantle, as far as possible, all electronic modules or interrupt their
power supply. Electric arc welding generates very high currents which may
destroy the machine electronics.
Position the negative pole of the welding machine in the direct vicinity of the
location where welding is to take place.
Remove any paint from the intended attachment point and the bracket to be
welded on. Prime and paint the weld after work.
Protect inflammable parts from flying sparks.

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For assembly
IMPORTANT! When assembling the Big-Ski, it is imperative to ensure that neither the towing arm nor the screed structure are impaired in their freedom of
movement by the attachments!
In other words, manoeuvrability must be guaranteed in the entire working area.

3. General information on the assembly instructions


These assembly instructions only describe the mechanical set-up incl. the assembly
of all elements. They were written as a supplement to the MOBA-matic operating
manual. Commissioning as well as working with the Big-Ski are therefore not part of
these assembly instructions.
You will find all the information which goes beyond the assembly of the Big-Ski mechanics in the operating manual.

Example:

Designation of the instruction

MOBA-matic II, with Big-Sonic-Ski


Supplement to the operating manual of the MOBA-matic version
V3.26

4. Scope of delivery
The scope of delivery may differ depending on the length of the modular Big-Ski ordered. However, it always comprises all the mechanical system components as well
as the screws required for attachment for the respective expansion version.
The electric components and the appropriate cables are not included in the scope of
delivery.

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5. List of the individual mechanical components


7

7a
1

10

6
3
4

Pos.

Komponente
components

Bezeichnung
designation

Anmerkung
annotation

Mittelelement
Middle bracket

L = 2500 mm
ohne without 2 x 01-17-02806

Modulelement
Module element

L = 2100 mm
ohne without 1 x 01-01-00631

Sensorhalter, erweiterbar
Sensor bracket, extensible

L = 1080 mm
ohne without 2 x 01-17-02805
1 x 01-17-02806

Sensorausleger
Sensorboom, extension arm

Schiebehalter fr Sensorhalter
Sliding bracket, for sensor bra-

ohne without
2 x 01-17-02806

Sensorhalter
Sensor bracket

L = 1000 mm
ohne without
2 x 01-17-02805

ckets

7
Schwenkarm
Swing arm
7a

L = 1500 mm

L = 800 mm H = 420 mm
ohne without
4 x 01-01-00553
L = 800 mm H = 1000 mm
ohne without
4 x 01-01-00553

Fixierring, fr Sensorhalter
Clamp collar, for sensor brackets

45mm
ohne without 2 x 01-17-02806

Fixierring, fr Schwenkarm
Clamp collar, for swing arm

50mm
ohne without 2 x 01-17-02806

10

Halteplatte, fr Verteilerbox
mounting plate, for junctionbox

ohne without 1 x 01-17-02805


2 x 01-01-00178

11
12
13

Kreuzgriffschrauben
Star knob screw
Schraube fr Verteilerbox
Screw for junctionbox

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M8-20
M10-30
M6x12

Pos.

Komponente
components

Bezeichnung
designation

Anmerkung
annotation

14

Schraube fr Schwingarm
Screw for swing arm

M16x55

15

Schraube fr Modulelement
Screw for module elelement

M10x70

Klemmkonsole, vorne

18

zur Schwingarmbefestigung am
Zugarm

Clamp bracket, front

L = 350 mm

for swing arm mounting at the towarm

Klemmkonsole, hinten

19

zur Schwingarmbefestigung am
Zugarm

Clamp bracket, back

for swing arm mounting at the towarm

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L = 500 mm

6. Mechanics
In creating the Big-Ski system the design of the mechanics assumed crucial importance.
The support for the sensors was to be designed to be very stable owing to the sometimes considerable length and screwed tight to the tool support. It is also advantageous to produce the structure in several sections in order to facilitate transport
and assembly. These aspects were taken into account, resulting in a design which
can be assembled and dismantled in a quick and uncomplicated manner.
In terms of design, the long beam was divided into small parts which can be modularly adapted to each other, i.e. different lengths can be achieved depending on the
combination of the attachments.
For example, with the combination 1 middle bracket and 2 module elements, a Ski
total length of max. approx. 9.20 m can be achieved together with the sensor
booms.
With the combination 1 middle bracket and 4 module elements a Ski total length of
max. approx. 13.50 m can be achieved together with the sensor booms.
The following describes the assembly of the long version as the shorter version is
achieved simply by leaving out two module elements.
Furthermore, it has proved practical if the alignment of the individual sensors can be
moved over the reference using the special sensor booms at the front and rear (in
practice Sonic-Ski is quite frequently positioned in front of and behind the machine
in order to ensure reliable scanning of the reference in curves).

X1

X2

The distances between the sensors are ideally the same (X1 = X2).
The middle sensor is attached at the usual single sensor position and so, when required, work can be performed with only one sensor simply by turning the switch on
the MOBA-matic (e.g. at the start of paving, road junctions etc.)
The mechanics can be mounted, depending on the application, at the side of the
screed or else above the screed. This depends on the paving width required in each
case.
The procedure for assembling the Big-Ski is identical in both cases.

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6.1 Attachment of the mechanics


The following describes how and in what sequence the individual parts of the modular Big-Ski are assembled.

To ensure that the Big-Ski can be operated as parallel as possible to the subsoil during paving, it has to be attached in line with the subsequent paving conditions.
For this purpose, the screed should be deposited according to the desired layer
thickness and the towing point set accordingly.

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6.1.1 Assembly "Towing arm support"


IMPORTANT! During assembly of the two towing arm supports, care must be
taken to ensure that they do not impair the freedom of movement of the towing arm or the screed structure! That means that manoeuvrability must be
guaranteed over the entire working area.
The entire Big-Ski structure is mounted on the side of the towing arm.
For this purpose the two towing arm supports must first be mounted.
The design of the towing arm supports sometimes differs depending on the paver
used.
During assembly it is possible to screw the brackets directly into the existing bores
or, as illustrated below, to attach them using mounting plates on the towing arm.
Alternatively, the two brackets could also be welded on directly.

The front support is mounted just behind the towing point.


Align the support vertically.

The rear support is mounted at roughly


the height of the auger.
Align the support vertically.

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At this point, once again the reminder


that the mounted parts must not hinder
the towing arm in any position or even
block it.

6.1.2 Assembly of the "swing arms"


Before the swing arms can be mounted on the two towing arm supports, the two
clamp collars must first be mounted.

Push the clamp collars onto the towing


arm supports with the 45 chamfer facing upwards and secure using the M10
star knob screw.

Then push the two swing arms onto the


towing arm supports.
The rear swing arm is turned through
180, as illustrated, and mounted on
the towing arm support.

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6.1.3 Assembly of the "middle bracket"


The first central element of the entire Big-Ski beam is the middle bracket.
It is already provided with 2 pre-mounted sliding pieces which are pushed over the
two round locating pins of the swing arms.

However, first push a clamp collar (flat


design) onto the front swing arm and
secure with the M10 star knob screw.

The bracket is now mounted.


Take care during assembly to ensure
that the round nose is pointing upwards for inserting the subsequent
modules.
First push the rear sliding piece from
below onto the rear swing arm.
Then raise the middle bracket together
with the rear swing arm until the front
sliding piece can be pushed from above onto the front swing arm.

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Then secure the rear sliding piece with


a clamp collar and an M10 star knob
screw.

After the first part of the beam has been assembled, it is then aligned:

The middle bracket is now aligned horizontally using the clamp collars on the
swing arms and, if necessary, also with the clamp collars on the towing arm attachments.

Then the middle bracket is aligned parallel to the paver by turning the swing
arms.

Finally, secure all the attachment screws.

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6.1.4 Assembly of the "module elements"

To assemble the other module elements, simply insert the elements with
the hook.

Secure each inserted module part, after


insertion, with a locking screw M10 x
70.

Now up to 4 module elements can be


attached in the same way.

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6.1.5 Assembly of the "sensor brackets"


After assembly of the module elements the actual beam structure is completed.
This is now followed by the attachment of the sensor brackets into which the SonicSki sensors can be inserted.
As already mentioned at the beginning, the middle sensor should be positioned exactly at the point on the beam where it would also work in normal operations (approx. at auger level).
The two other outer sensors should be mounted at an equal distance from it.
Firstly, 3 sliding brackets are pushed
onto the beam structure for mounting
the sensor brackets.
(1x on the middle section, and 1 each
on the two outer module parts)
The sensor brackets are pushed from
below into these sliding parts and secured with the two M10 star knob
screws.

In addition, all sensor brackets are secured with a clamp collar.

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"Extendable sensor brackets" are mounted on the two outer positions whereas one
normal sensor bracket is positioned in the middle.

A so-called "sensor boom" is then inserted from the outside into the two
outer "extendable sensor brackets".

All parts are to be secured after assembly using the M10 star knob screws.

If there is not enough space to push in the sensor brackets from below, then
simply raise the screed slightly using the transport cylinders. After assembly
of the sensor brackets, it is imperative to firmly deposit the screed again to
avert the risk of accidents.

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The mechanical set-up is completed with the assembly of the sensor booms.

Example: 9.30 m Ski length

Example: 13.50 m Ski length

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7. The electric components


7.1 Installation of the electric components
Only CAN Sonic-Ski sensors an be used on the Big-Ski.
(can be seen from the bayonet connector instead of the normal screw connector).
The electric components of the Big-Ski system are:
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3 CAN-Sonic-Ski sensors,

1 junction box,

1 MOBA-matic,

as well as the relevant connection cables for them.

The 3 sensors are always positioned as follows in the system:

1 (front)

2 (middle)

3 (rear)

To ensure that this is always the same on both sides, care must be taken during assembly of the junction box to ensure that the side input connector for connecting the
MOBA-matic is always pointing in the direction of travel (forwards).
Only in this way can it be guaranteed that the sensor messages displayed by the
MOBA-matic actually coincide with the sensor position.

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7.1.1 Assembly of the Big-Ski junction box


The junction box should be installed in such away that simple wiring to the controller
and the sensors is possible. The connections for the sensors should always point
upwards so that no water can penetrate the junction box. Inputs which are not
needed are to be sealed with protective dust caps. The input connector always
points in the direction of travel, as already described above.
1st step:
The junction box is firstly to be installed
on the mounting plate using the M6 x
12 hex. socket screws.
2nd step:
Then the mounting plate is installed on
one of the two middle sliding brackets
using the M8 star knob screws.

During assembly of the Big-Ski, pay attention to the right-hand machine side:
In order to satisfy the requirement that the input connector is always pointing
in the direction of travel, the sliding bracket on which the junction box is to be
mounted must be pushed onto the Big-Ski from the inside to the outside.

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7.1.2 Assembly of the Sonic-Ski sensors


The Big-Ski always scans the subsoil as a reference. That means the sensors must
always be aligned in the direction of travel.

Installation of the Sonic-Ski in the middle position.

The sensor can also be mounted on the


swivelling sensor boom on the two outer sensor brackets.
It is therefore possible to swivel the two
outer sensors for different requirements, e.g. travelling in bends during
paving.

If one sensor boom is swung to the side, care must be taken to ensure that
the sensor mounted is subsequently
aligned again in the direction of travel.

The sensors are secured using M8 star knob screws.


For this purpose 2 star knob screws are provided for each sensor.
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7.1.3 Installation of the MOBA-matic

The MOBA-matic is pushed into the


holder provided for this purpose.

With the installation of the electric components, assembly is completed.


This is now followed by cabling and subsequent commissioning. You will find the
necessary steps for this in the appropriate operating manual.

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MOBA-matic II, (CAN)


with Big-Ski
Supplement to the operating instructions
-EnglishVersion 3.26

The text and graphics of this manual have been elaborated with the greatest possible care. However, we may not be held
liable for possible errors and failure effects.
Should you wish to make suggestions regarding the arrangement of this manual or point out possible errors, please contact your local
dealer. We will gladly take up any of your ingenious ideas and suggestions.

Some company and label names are subject to label-, patent- or trade-mark protection.
All rights reserved. This document must not be duplicated or transferred for any purpose whatsoever without MOBAs
written consent, irrespective of the way or the means which are used.

Date: 03.2005
Volvo Construction Equipment
ABG ALLGEMEINE BAUMASCHINEN-GESELLSCHAFT mbH
Kuhbrckenstr. 18
D - 31785 Hameln

Table of contents

1. General information ...................................................................................................... 4


2. The Big-Ski..................................................................................................................... 5
2.1 Description ................................................................................................................... 5
2.2 Function mode ............................................................................................................. 5
2.3 Mounting instructions ................................................................................................... 6
2.3.1 Mechanic .........................................................................................................................................6
2.3.2 Electric system.................................................................................................................................7
2.3.3 Installation of the electrical components .........................................................................................8

2.4 Set-up ........................................................................................................................ 11


2.5 Working with the Big-Ski ............................................................................................ 12
2.5.1 The operator menu ........................................................................................................................14
2.5.2 Controlling with the Big-Ski............................................................................................................15

3. Technical data.............................................................................................................. 17

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1. General information
This operating instruction is not an instruction for the complete system.
It was created as a supplement to the operating instructions of the MOBA-matic
version 3.26.
So a system instruction for the Big-Ski consists of the operating instructions of the
MOBA-matic version 3.26 and this supplement.

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2. The Big-Ski
2.1 Description
For the Big-Ski, the principle of averaging as known from the Sonic-Ski sensor
is adapted. For this purpose three Sonic-Ski sensors (CAN version!) are distributed
all over the machine length - or even projecting above it using the appropriate
mechanical aids.
In some exceptional cases, averaging can also be done with only two sensors
(Sonic-Ski at the front and the back side).
Due to this, even extensive unevenness or waves in the longitudinal direction of
the ground can be levelled out.

2.2 Function mode


After all smaller inaccuracies and obstacles have been neutralized by the averaging
process of each Sonic-Ski sensor, the Big-Ski construction now also reduces waves
and smaller, oblong differences in altitude in the longitudinal profile of the ground.
However, larger deviations remain excluded from the averaging if the control
window is set appropriately.
One Sonic-Ski

resulting road surface

Big-Ski

resulting road surface

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2.3 Mounting instructions


2.3.1 Mechanic
The mechanical system is of essential importance when realizing the Big-Ski
system.
However, since this system is individually designed by the supplier or the customer,
we can only describe a standard mounting procedure.
Due to its extraordinary length, the sensor bracket should be solidly built and
screwed tightly to the tool bracket.
It is recommendable to subdivide the system into several components in order to
facilitate transport and mounting.
Furthermore, it has proved useful to U-bend the components at the joints (see
drawing). By doing so, the alignment of the sensors above the reference is
considerably facilitated (quite often, Sonic-Skis are positioned in front of or behind
the machine, so that a reliable sensing of the reference is secured even in curves).

View from the top

X1

X2

The optimum distance between the sensors is X1 = X2.


The middle sensor is mounted at the same place where a single sensor would be
fixed.

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2.3.2 Electric system


Following additional parts are required for the Big-Ski application:
Components

Designation

Annotation

BIG-SKI
junctionbox to connect up to 3
Sonic-Ski, CAN

CAN

Y-Kabel
to connect Sonic-Ski, CAN or BigSki junctionbox to MOBA-matic
PWM

10pol/10pin/7pol
Baj.
6m
2 x 120

Sonic-Ski Sensor, CAN


Multiple-ultrasonic Grade sensor

CAN

Coil cable,
to connect CAN-controller/sensors/
junction box to a hard wired CANBUS

7pol Baj./7pin
Baj.
6m
7pol Baj./7pin
Baj.
12m

BIG-SKI JUNCTION-BOX
Connection of the Big-Ski to the digital controller must be done by a special
Big-Ski junction box with appropriately coded connector plugs.
Y-CABLE
The y-cable serves as an adapter between 10pole connector (incl. CAN lines at
digital controller) and 7pole connector (CAN-connection to junction box or SonicSki).
SONIC-SKI-SENSOR (CAN)
The system can be operate with 1 up to 3 Sonic-Ski sensors. For the system only
Sonic-Ski with CAN-interface are usable. To prevent confusions between the SonicSki with PWM-interface and the Sonic-Ski CAN, both types have been fitted with
different attachment plugs. Thats the reason why a specific connecting cable is
needed for the CAN-Ski.
COIL-CABLE (for CAN-connection)
Generally applies: A 7pin connection with bayonet fixing always represents a CANconnection. The needed length (6m or 12m extended length) depends on the
mounting position of each Sonic-Ski-sensor.

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2.3.3 Installation of the electrical components


The junction box should be mounted in a way that a simple wiring to the controller
and the sensors is possible. The connectors for the sensors should always point
downwards, so that no water can seep into the junction box. All inputs that are not
used, have to be sealed with dust protection caps.
Connect the digital controller via the y-cable to the input of the junction box. After
that, connect the desired sensor combination to the outputs of the junction box as
described below. The front sensor (as seen from direction of travel) is connected to
output 1, the middle one to output 2 and the one at the back to output 3.
This order is the basis for the numerical indication on the controller display
during sensor identification.
Please only use CAN Sonic-Ski sensors at all positions.

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2.3.4 System constellations with CAN-Sonic-Ski


Working with three (or one) CAN-Sonic-Ski:

Working with two CAN-Sonic-Ski:

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Working with one CAN-Sonic-Ski:

or

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2.4 Set-up
With the Big-Ski, only ground sensing is possible.
(if more than one Ski is connected to the junction box)
Therefore, all Sonic-Skis have to work longitudinally to the direction
of travel in order to obtain optimal results.

When working with the Big-Ski, the optimal working range of the
Sonic-Ski has to be considered as well.
Each of the Sonic-Ski sensors used has to be positioned in a
distance of 30 cm to 40 cm to the reference.

ca. 35cm

Ground

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2.5 Working with the Big-Ski


It is assumed that the Big-Ski and the digital controller are mounted, that all cables are
connected and the digital controller has its voltage supply. After the switch-on message,
the digital controller indicates the sensor identification. As soon as the message
disappears, the system will be operable. If the Big-Ski is being used for the first time or the
sensor combination has been changed, the sensor identification has to be acknowledged
by pressing any one of the push buttons.
Sensor identification:
After switch-on or if a sensor has been changed, the controller display alternates between
a numerical indication figures 1 to 3 stand for the occupied plugs of the Big-Ski
connector box - and the sign for sensor.

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Procedure: Acknowledgement of the sensor identification


1

The digital controller


indicates the sensor
identification (here:
averaging of Sonic-Ski
at the front and at the
back).

1
b

The digital controller


indicates the sensor
identification (here:
averaging of 3
sensors).

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If the Big-Ski is
connected for the first
time or the sensor
combination has been
changed, the sensor
identification has to be
acknowledged by
pressing any button.

2.5.1 The operator menu


If a junction box and at least 3 sensors are connected to the MOBA-matic controller the
operator menu, with the parameters "Sensitivity" and "Control window", is enlarged by the
parameter "Sensing mode".
This additional parameter enables, with several sensors connected to the junction
box, to switch over between single evaluation and averaging.
Single evaluation

Only the measured value of the sensor at


input 2 of the junction box is taken for the
controlling.

=
LED off

Averaging

When using this sensing mode an average


value of the measured values of all
connected sensors is made.

=
LED on

Procedure: Selection of sensing mode


1

The parameter
"Sensing mode" can
be reached by
pressing the A/M- and
the Set button
simultaneously.

The display shows the


actual mode.

You can select


between the two
sensing modes with
the UP/DOWN keys.

A switch-back to
working mode is
made by pressing the
A/M-button. If no
button is pressed for
about 5 sec. the
controller switches
back automatically.

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2.5.2 Controlling with the Big-Ski


At the beginning of a new job it is advisable to start the controlling in single evaluation; i.e.
to sense the reference at the conventional position with just the sensor which is connected
to input 2 of the junction box.
This will help to position the screed on its working level, because at the beginning of a job
most time the rear sensor can not detect the reference and would supply useless
measured values. When the screed has reached working level after a few meters of paving
the system is switched over to averaging.
Procedure: Controlling with the Big-Ski
2

Press the A/M-button


to switch over to
manual mode. The
function lamp "AUTO"
is off.

Switch over to singel


evaluation. The
corresponding LED is
off.

A switch-back to
working mode is made
by pressing the A/Mbutton. If no button is
pressed for about 5
sec. the controller
switches back
automatically.

For zero setting, bring


the tool into working
position using the
UP/DOWN-buttons at
the controller or the
operating unit at the
machine.

6
b

7
> 1,5 Sek.

ca. 35cm

Position the Sonic-Ski


on position 2 at a
distance of 35cm
above the ground..

Now, the SET-button is


pressed. If pressed for
a short time, the
display indicates "SEt"
and the actually
measured value is
stored as set point.

If the SET-button is
pressed for more than
1,5 seconds, the
display changes from
"SEt" to "0.0" and the
measured value and
the set point are both
set to zero.

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Switch over to
automatic mode with
the A/M-button. The
function lamp "AUTO"
is on.

The controller keeps


the tool at the
adjusted value.

IMPORTANT!
1

9
ca. 35cm

ca. 35cm

ca. 35cm

Now switch over to


averaging mode. The
corresponding LED will
be on.

After some meters of


paving, when also
the rear sensor is
above the reference,
the working distance
of all connected
sensors should be
checked.

1
1
In order to be able to
make corrections, the
set point can be
changed in the
automatic mode using
the UP/DOWNbuttons.

When switching over from single


evaluation to averaging the value of the
simulated ski is automatically adjusted to
the measured value of the single SonicSki; that means the measured value does
not change.
When switching over the other way, from
averaging to single evaluation, the value of
the single Sonic-Ski is not automatically
adjusted to the measured value of the ski; in
this case the measured value of the sensor
may change.

1
2 can switch back to
You
manual mode anytime
with the A/M-button.
The automatic control
of the valves will then
be switched off.

Sensitivity
IMPORTANT!
If the control works too sluggishly or too unstable in the automatic mode, the
sensitivity should be changed accordingly. (see section 4.4. of operating instruction
MOBA-matic Version 3.26).
Control window
The control window is active when the digital controller is operated with the BigSki. The setting of the control window is described in section 4.5 of operating
instruction MOBA-matic Version 3.26.
.

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3. Technical data
Abmessungen (Dimensions):

140
120

152

63,5

280
306

Technische Daten
(Technical data):
Betriebsspannung (voltage range):
11 V ... 30 V (DC)
Stromaufnahme (current consumption):
Max. 300 mA
Zulssige Restwelligkeit (allowable residual
ripple):
+/- 10%
Erfassungsbereich (measuring range)
20cm - 100cm

80

Pinbelegung (Pin connection):


CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN-interface)
ISO 11898 - 24V - 125kBit/sec
7pol. Gertestecker; Bajonettverbindung
(7pin connector; bayonet type connection)
A
=
+ Betriebsspannung
(supply voltage)
B
=
CAN+
C
=
- Betriebsspannung (supply
voltage)
D
=
CANE
=
Adr.1
F
=
Adr.2
G
=
Schirm (shield)

Reproduzierbakeit (reproduceability):
+/- 1mm
Arbeitstemperaturbereich (ambient temperature range):
-10C ... +70C
Lagertemperaturbereich (storage temperature
range):
-25C ... +80C
Schutzart (enclosure protection):
IP 67
Gewicht (weight):
ca. 2,3 kg

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Abmessungen (Dimensions):

AF

AF

AF

E
D

54

193
175

80
163

98

52

M6

Technische Daten
(Technical data):
Arbeitstemperaturbereich (ambient temperature range):
-10C ... +70C
Lagertemperaturbereich (storage temperature
range):
-25C ... +80C
Schutzart (enclosure protection):
IP 67
Schockbeanspruchung (shock resistance):
15g, 15ms

Pinbelegung (Pin connection):


CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN-interface)
ISO 11898 - 24V - 125kBit/sec
7pol. Verbinder; Bajonettverbindungen
(7pin connectors; bayonet type
connections)
A
=
+ Betriebsspannung
(supply voltage)
B
=
CAN+
C
=
- Betriebsspannung (supply
voltage)
D
=
CANE
=
Adr.1
F
=
Adr.2
G
=
Schirm (shield)

Schwingbeanspruchung (vibration resistance):


10 ... 55 Hz; 0,35 mm Amplitude
Befestigungsart (manner of tightening):
Gewindebohrungen M6 auf der Rckseite
(threaded holes M6 on the back)

AF
G

B
C

Gewicht (weight):
ca. 1,2 kg
Farbe (colour):
RAL 1023, Mikrostruktur (microstructure)

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E
D

The warranty statement is provided within the manual kit shipped with the machine.

Ref. No. VOE21A1004969


CPN 80895162
Printed in Sweden
Volvo, Hameln

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