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Moba-matic 1 Can, Moba-mini-matic

operator s manual

MOba-MATIC 1 CAN, MOBA-MINI-MATIC


Version 3.26

original instructions

Ref. no. 20043230


2014.10
Volvo, Hameln

English

English

www.volvoce.com

Table of contents
1.General information ..........................................
1.1 Rights to changes .......................................
1.2 Packaging andstorage ....................................
1.3 Safety measures ........................................
1.4Generaldescription ......................................

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2. MOBA-matic with sensors and accessories .......................... 8


3. Assembly and dimensional drawings ...............................
3.1DigitalController ........................................
3.2 Digi SlopeSensor .......................................
3.3SonicSki ..............................................
3.4 DigiRotarySensor .......................................
3.5 Laser Receiver LS-250 ....................................
3.6SwitchUnit(accessory) ...................................
3.7 Connectionofthecables ..................................

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4.BasicoperationoftheDigitalController .............................
4.1DescriptionoftheDigitalController ...........................
4.1.1Liquidcrystaldisplay ................................
4.1.2LEDdisplay ......................................
4.1.3Functionlamps ....................................
4.1.4Pushbuttonunit ...................................
4.1.5Combinationsofpushbuttons .........................
4.2Switchontest ..........................................
4.3Sensoridentification ......................................
4.4Sensitivitysetting ........................................
4.5Controlwindowsetting ....................................

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5.Operation oftheDigiSlopeSensor ................................ 26


5.1 Setting up the measured value .............................. 26
5.2 Workingwith the Digi Slope Sensor .......................... 27
6.OperationoftheSonicSki ...................................... 28
6.1Stringlinesensing ....................................... 28
6.2 Ground sensing ......................................... 30
7.OperationoftheDigiRotarySensor ............................... 31
7.1Stringlinesensing ....................................... 32
7.2 Ground sensing ......................................... 33

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Table of contents
8.OperationoftheLaserReceiverLS-250 ............................ 34
8.1 Working withthe LS-250 .................................. 34
9.Maintenance ................................................ 36
10.Connectiondiagram,technicalspecificationandalarmindications ........
10.1Pinconnections ........................................
10.2Technicalspecification ...................................
10.2.1DigitalController ..................................
10.2.2DigiSlopeSensor .................................
10.2.3SonicSki .......................................
10.2.4DigiRotarySensor ................................
10.2.5LS-250 .........................................
10.4Faultindications ........................................
10.5Sensitivitytables .......................................

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11.Spareparts ................................................ 42
12.Structureofmenue ........................................... 44
13.Declarationofconformace ..................................... 45
14.ShortinstructionsMOBA-matic .................................. 46
Connections ............................................... 48

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1. General information
1.1 Rights to changes
We try to ensure that these operationg instructions are correct and up to date. In order to maintain
our technical leadership, however, it might be necessary, without prior warning, to make changes to
the product and to its operation which, under circumstances, do not correspond to the information
given here. We accept no liability for disturbances, losses or damages caused thereby.

1.2 Packaging and storage


Theproductiscarefullypackedtoensuresufficientprotectionduringshipment.Onreceiptthe
packaging and the contents should be inspected forpossible damage.
Should there be signs of damage the equipment must not be operated !!!
Damaged cables and connectors are also a safety risk and must not be used !!!
In the event of damage contact your MOBA supplier.
Theequipmentmustbeprotected againsthumidityanddirtifitisnottobeusedimmediately.

1.3 Safety measures


Warning:
Beforeassembly,settingupandoperatingtheequipmentreadtheoperatinginstructionscarefully
andfully.Shouldquestionsarise,contactyourMOBA supplier.
Safety precautions:
Thesafetyprecautionsrecommendedherecorrespondtobasicregulationsregardingoperationof
electricalsystems.TheycanbeappliedforallapplicationsinconjunctionwithMOBAequipment.
Assembly:
Only original MOBA cables may be used. Plugs and sockets must not be removed from the cable
astheyareprotectedagainsthumidityandremovingthemwoulddestroytheirprotection.Ensure
that the safety screwfastenerssitsecurelyontheconnectors.Furtherinformationaboutthe
assembly of the equipment, and the sensors,canbefoundinthedatasheetsattachedorinthese
operatinginstructions.

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Wiring and cabling:


Thewiringandcablingmustbecorrectlycarriedoutinaccordancewiththeseinstructions.Allsupply
cables andterminalsmustbesizedaccordingtothecurrenttaken.Further,allconnectionsmust
bemade inaccordancewith VDE regulationsorregulationsoftheareainwhichtheequipmentis
used.
Safety in the event of disturbances:
This equipment has been developed and tested for industrial environments. Nevertheless,
microprocessortechnologyrequirescarefulinstallation.Wewouldthereforeliketopointoutthe
followingwhich,ifnotheededto,canleadtodisturbancesduringtheoperationlater:
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Payattentiontothecorrectpolarityoftheconnections

Donotexceed(neithertoohighnortoolow)thespecifiedvoltagesupplyrange
Protecttheequipmentwithasuitablesupplyfuse
Use cables of adequatecurrentandvoltageratings

Usetheshortestpossiblecablepaths.(Avoidloops)
Layoutload,controlandsignalcablesinseparatechannelswherepossible

Suppresscontactorandrelaycoils
Prerequisiteforadisturbingsuremodeisagoodelectricalconnectionbetweenthe
machinechassisand housingchassisoftheunits.

Connect screened leads to earth at one end only (equipment end)


Donotsupplyotherequipmentdirectlyfromthesupplyterminals
Do not use unused terminalsasconnections for other equipment

Maximum voltages:
Donot exceedthemaximum voltages. The maximumvoltagebetweenanytwocircuitsisolatedfrom
oneanother,orbetweenanyisolatedcircuitandearth is,unlessotherwisestated,limitedtoits
highestinputvoltageorthesupplyvoltage.Theconnectingterminalsorconnectorsmustbefitted
withasuitablefuse.
Fuses:
Theequipment is fittedwithelectronicfuseswhichprotectitagainstwrongpolarity,voltage
transientsandovervoltagesofshortduration.Thevoltagesspecifiedinthetechnicaldatamaynot
be exceeded.

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Configuration:
Theequipmentcanbeconfigured bytheuser.Itistheresponsibilityoftheusertoreconfigure
accordingtotheoperatingconditionsofthesystem.
Alarm supervision
Incomplexsystems, inwhichafaultcouldendangeroperatingpersonnelordamagetothesystem,
itisadvisable,touseanindependentalarmunit.Anindependentalarmunitprovidesprotectionand
shut-down of the system in the event of an alarm. In many casesthe use of an alarm fromwithin
thecontrolleritselfdoesnot, becauseofitsdependenceonthesystem,offeradequateprotection.
Explosive areas
Theequipmentis not designed for useinexplosiveareas.
Fault clearance
Before starting to clear faults make surethatallvoltageshavebeendisconnected.Defective
equipment shouldbe testedinanareawhichhasbeenespeciallybuiltforthispurpose.Any attempt
toremovefaultsfromequipment thatisstillinstalledcanbedangeroustopersonnelandtothe
systemitself. Beforeremovingor replacingsensorsmakesurethatthevoltagesupplyhasbeen
disconnected.
Ask for help
Ask your MOBA supplier if you have questions concerning the operation and assembly of the
equipment.

Failure to observe the above safety measures can cause breakdown of the equipment or of
the system. Damages caused by such negligence are not covered by the manufacturer's
guarantee.

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1.4Generaldescription
TheMOBA-maticisacontrolsystemformachinesintheroadconstructionindustry.
TheDigitalControlleris basedonamodernmicroprocessor techniqueandhas a digitalinterface.
Thisallowsthepossibilityofconnectingvarioussensorstothecontroller.Onstart-upthecontroller
automaticallyidentifiesthesensorwhichisconnectedtoit.Ifthesensorischangeditmustbe
acknowledgedbypressinganykeyafterstart-up.
Thefollowingsensorsareavailableatthepresenttime:

1.

2.

Digi Slope Sensor


(Slopesensor)

DigitalController

SonicSki
(Gradesensor)

3.

Digi Rotary Sensor


(Gradesensor)

4.

Laser Receiver LS-250


(Gradesensor)

Important: The MOBA-matic can be obtained with many combinations of sensors. In working
withthetheMOBA-maticproceedasdescribedintheseinstructions.IfyourMOBA-maticisnot
equippedwithallthesensors,thedescriptionhereofthesensorsnotfittedhasnorelevance.All
sensorscan,accordingtoneed,beretrofitted.

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2. MOBA-matic mit Sensoren und Zubehr


Digitaler Regler mit 3m Wendelkabel zur Maschine
Digital Controller with 3m Connecting Cable for machinery
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 04-25-10013 (Software 3.26)

Sonic-Ski
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 04-20-10010

Digi-Slope mit Montageplatte


Digi-Slope with mounting plate
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 04-20-20010

Digi-Rotary-Sensor/Gert
Digi-Rotary-Sensor/Unit
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 04-20-40010
Digi-Rotary-Sensor
komplett mit Zubehr
Digi-Rotary-Sensor
with equipment
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 05-20-40010

LS 250; Laserempfnger
LS 250; Laser-Receiver
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 04-60-11010

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Umschalteinheit
Switch-Unit
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 03-05-00660

Halterung fr den digitalen Regler


Bracket for digital Controller
Bestellnr.: 04-05-00610

Verbindungskabel 6m, Sensor/Regler


Connecting Cable 6m, Sensor/Controller
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 04-02-00240

Verlngerungskabel 3m, Maschine/Regler


Extension Cable 3m, Machine/Controller
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 04-02-02536

Koffer fr die MOBA-matic


Case for MOBA-matic
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 04-06-00040

Adapter fr Hhensensor-Halterung
Adapter for Grade-Sensor-Bracket
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 01-17-01113
Halterung fr Hhensensor
Bracket for Grade-Sensor
Bestell-Nr./Order-No. 01-17-01112

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3. Assembly and dimensional drawings


3.1DigitalController
Thecontrollershouldbemountedinapositionwhereitisprotectedfromwateranddirt.Amounting
positionshouldbechosensothatthepushbuttonsandthedisplaycanbereachedandreadeasily.
Thecontrollershouldbemountedverticallywiththeconnectionsatthebottom.
Pay attention when mounting the controller. The connections at the bottom should remain
accessible sothat theconnectorcanberemovedwithouttheneedforremoving thecontroller.
Thecontrollercanbesuppliedwithaholder.Theholdershouldbe fastenedsothatthecontroller,
ontheback ofwhichisthefasteningknob,canbeinsertedintothemountingbracketfromabove.

Dimensions of theDigital Controller

Dimensionsofbracket forController

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3.2 Digi Slope Sensor


The Digi Slope Sensor must be mounted at the reference level (for pavers on the screed). For
mountingfourfixingholesareprovidedonthefixingplateoftheDigiSlopeSensor.Thedimensions
betweenthefixingholesoftheDigiSlopeSensorcorrespondtothe dimensionsof thoseoftheslope
controller S 276A. The sensor can be mountedinthe sameposition.
Theconnectormustbefreelyaccessiblesothattheinterconnectingcablecanbeeasilypluggedin.
Pleasepayattentiontothedirectionofmounting(FWD/arrowinthedirectionoftravel).

Dimensions of the Digi Slope Sensor

100

126

Mod.:

(Modellnummer)

Typ:

(Bezeichnung)

Ser. Nr.: (Seriennummer/Datum)

61,5

R
Mobile Aut oma t ion

Gesellschaf t fr mobile A utomation mbH


Tel. 06431/95770 - Fax 06431 - 957777
65 604 Elz - Germany

250
225

78,5 100

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3.3 Sonic Ski


The direction of travel of the Sonic Ski is
determinedasfolows:
When ground sensing the Sonic Ski should
work longitudinally (averaging done bythe
Sonic Ski). When stringline sensing the
Sonic Ski should operate in the transverse
directionsothatthefullworkingwidthof25cm
isavailble.

Stringline

Ground

TheSonicSkicanbeeasilyandquicklymounted
withsimpletools.Todothisafasteningtubeto
extendthecontrollerpartshould befitted.
Fasteningtube

Procedure:
1. Loosen the locking screws fixing the
fasteningtube.
2.
Insertthecenterpivoton the topsideof
the sensor housing vertically into the
fasteningtube.
3.
Turnthesensorhousingaccording tothe
requireddirectionoftravel.
4.
Fix the center pivot with the locking
screws.

The working range


Theworking range for ground and stringline
sensing is between 30 cm und 40 cm. In this
range the measured value is indicated with a
constantdisplay,otherwisethedisplayflashes
(positioningaid).
TheSonic Skishouldbeadjustedatadistance
of about 35 cm from the reference.

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Lockingscrews

Centerpivot

ca. 350mm

Ground

ca. 350mm

Stringline

Dimensions of the Sonic Ski

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3.4 Digi Rotary Sensor


Two sensors are available to sense the reference. The sensor tube is used when sensing a
stringline.Theskisensorisusedwhensensingasurface.
Fitting the sensor tube to the sensor arm
1.
Loosen thenut at the end of the sensor tube.
2.
3.

Slidethethesensortubeintothefasteningring
Secure the sensortubewiththe nut.

Fitting the ski sensor to the sensor arm


1. Loosenthesecuritypinfromtheskisensorbolt.Removethebolt.
2.
3.

Insertthesensorarmwiththefasteningringintotheskifastening.
Inserttheboltthroughthesensorarmandthefasteneingring.

4.

Securetheboltwiththeseuritypin.

Fitting the sensor arm to the Digi Rotary Sensor


1.
Turntheflatontheaxletolineupwiththelabelofthecontroller.
2.
Loosen the sensor arm locking screws.
3.
4.

Fitthesensorarmontotheaxle.
Tightenthelockingscrewstotheflatontheaxle.

TheDigiRotarySensor caneasilyandquicklybemountedwithsimpletools.Todothisafastening
tubetoextendthecontrollerpart(actuator)should befitted.
Procedure:
1.
2.
3.

4.

Loosenthelockingscrewsfixingthefastening
tube.
Insert the centerpivot on the topsideofthe
sensorhousingverticallyintothefasteningtube.
Turn the sensor housing according to the
requireddirectionoftravel(connectorinthe
directionoftravel).
Fixthe centerpivotwiththelockingscrews.

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Fasteningtube

Lockingscrews

Centerpivot

Stringlinesensing(withsensortube)
Set the counterweight so that the sensor
tube has pressure in a downward direction
ontothestringline.
Ifthestringlineusedasthereferencedoes
not have enough tension the sensor tube
canbe setup beneath the stringline.Here
thesensingtubemusthaveupwardpressure
intothestringline.
Ground sensing (with sensing ski)
Setthecounterweightsothatthesensorski
atthe sensor armcausespressure ontothe
reference.

Dimensions of the Digi Rotary Sensor and its accessories

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Stringline

Surface

3.5 Laser Receiver LS 250


The LaserReceiver LS250 ispreferredforlargeareas,e.g.sportsfields,airports. Tomountthe
LaserReceivera telescope mast should beavailableonthemachine.Thebestplacetomountthe
mastisattheoutsideedgeofthescreed atthehightofthematerialauger.Thefasteningtubeshould
have a diameter of 45mm. Make sure that the Laser Receiver is mounted high enough so that no
obstaclescancomebetweenthelasertransmitterandtheLaserReceiver.Also,reflectionsofthe
transmitterduetosmoothsurfacesnearthereceivershouldbeavoided.
TheLS250isalinear LaserReceiver.Theworkingpointcanbetakenoverorchangedeasilywith
asimplepushbuttonaction.NeverthelesstheLS250shouldbemountedinthecenter.Sothereis
thepossibilitytochangetheworkingpointovertheholerange.
ItisrealyeasytomounttheLS250:
1 Open the clamp.
2 Shove the LS 250 over the mast tube.
3Looktheclamp.

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Dimensions of the Laser Receiver LS 250

45

100

250
332

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3.6 Switch Unit (accessory)


Withtheswitchunititispossibletoconnect twosensorstooneDigitalController. Theconnections
preferred are those for a grade sensor and for a slope sensor. If the MOBAmatic is used in
conjunctionwiththeswitchunitandanadditionalinterconnectingcable(controller/sensor),itisnot
necessarytochangeover theconnectionswhenselectinganothersensor.Thechangeoverismade
bytheSLOPE/GRADEswitch. Theswitchunitshouldbemountedinapositionwhereitisprotected
from water and dirt. Two M6 holes on the backare provided for mounting.
Thedimensionscanbeseeninthefollowingdrawing.Careshouldbetakentomounttheswitchunit
neartheDigitalControllerandtoensurethattheswitchiseasilyaccessible.Themountingposition
isvertical(sensorconnectionsatthebottom)
When mounting the switch unit make surethattheconnectionsatthebottomremainaccessible.
There mustbe enough room tounplug the connectorswithouttheneedfordismantlingtheswitch
unit.
Dimensions of the Switch Unit

TotheDigitalController

Selectionswitch

To the slope sensor


To the grade sensor

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3.7 Connection of the cables


ADigitalControllerisrequiredforeveryhydrauliccylindertobecontrolled.
Thecablewiththe10polecablesocket,thatispermanentlyintegratedintothecontroller,mustbe
conected to the 10 pole equiment plug on the machine.

1.Without the switch unit


Thesensorinterconnectingcableconnects
theDigitalControllertothesensor.
If you want to change the sensor the cable
must be changed over.

To the sensor

To the machine

2. With the switch unit


Withtheswitchunititispossibletoconnect
twosensorstooneDigitalController. The
preferredconnectionsarethoseforagrade
sensorandforaslopesensor.Ifthe MOBAmaticisusedinconjunctionwiththeswitch
unitandanadditionalinterconnectingcable
(controller/sensor),itisnotnecessaryto
changeovertheconnectionswhenselecting
another sensor. The changeover is made by
the SLOPE/GRADE switch.

Totheslopecontroller

Tothegradecontroller
To the machine

Note:
Whenconnectingtheslopesensormakesuretoconnectthesideofthesensortothe corresponding
controller.TheLaser receiver LT-360hasaspecialinterconnectingcable (seealsosection2of
theseoperatinginstructions).

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4. Basic operationof theDigital Controller


Inthissectionthegeneraloperationofthecontrollerisdescribed.Inthe
operatinginstructionsfortheindividualsensorsanunderstandingofthe
generaloperationisassumed.
4.1DescriptionoftheDigitalController
Thecontrollercanbeusedforallcurrentmachinetypes.Thecontrollerhas
a digitaldisplay, aLED display andfourfunctionlampsaswellaspush
buttons tooperateit.

4.1.1Liquidcrystaldisplay
Theliquidcrystaldisplayis,becauseofitsintegratedillumination,well
readable.
LOBAT

Thedisplaysymbolshavethefollowingsignificance:
RAISE ARROW indicates the controller
output.
LOWER ARROW indicates the active
controlleroutput.
Positiveindication

Negativeindication

Slopetotheright

Slopetotheleft

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4.1.2 LED display


TheLED'sareonlyusedtomakethestatusofthecurrentlydrivenvalveoutputsbetterperceptible
fortheuser.Theirrepresentationisonlyanincreasedandmoredetaileddisplayofthefunctionof
thearrowsymbolsontheLCdisplay.Inparticularwhentheuserisstandinginalargerdistancefrom
thecontrollerorduringstrongerinsolationtheLEDdisplaywillbehelpful.
LC-Display

LED-indicator

Status

Function - output

Big control deviation

Output UP is
constantly on

Medium control
deviation

Output UP is pulsing
with big pulse width

Small control
deviation

Output UP is pulsing
with small pulse width

No control deviation

No output activated

Small control
deviation

Output DOWN is
pulsing with small
pulse width

Medium control
deviation

Output DOWN is
pulsing with big pulse
width

Big control deviation

Output DOWN is
constantly on

Moba

Symbol constantly on

Arrow constantly on

Moba

Symbol flashes

Arrow flashes

Moba

Symbol flashes

Center on /
Arrow flashes

Moba

No symbol activated

Center on

Moba

Symbol flashes

Center on /
Arrow flashes

Moba

Symbol flashes

Pfeil blinkt

Moba

Symbol constantly on

Arrow constantly on

IfallLED'sflashatthesametimethereisanalarmcondition.

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4.1.3 Function lamps

Thefunctionlampshavethefollowingsignificance:
Automatic lamp
Lampon:automaticoperation---Lampoff:manualoperation

Directionlamp-LEFT/directionlamp-RIGHT(SpecialfunctionwithSonicSki)
Ifbothlampsflashatthesametimethereisanalarmcondition.
Stringlinelamp

(onlyrelevantforoperationwithSonicSki)

Lamp on:
Lampoff:

Stringlinemodeactive
Surfacemodeactive(averaging)

4.1.4 Push button unit


FortheoperationoftheMOBA-maticfourpushbuttonsareavailable.
Theyfacilitatesimpleoperationandonlyforafewsettingsdothey
haveanadditionalfunction.

UP/DOWN push buttons


With these buttons the setpoint can be changed when in automatc mode.
Inmanualmodetheoutputfortherespectivevalveisaktiveforthedurationof
pushing.

Automatic/Manual push button


This button is used to change between manual mode and automatic mode.
Set push button
Thisbuttonisforzeroing,i.e.thesetpointtakesovertheactualvalueofthe
controlledvariable.

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4.1.5 Combinations of push buttons

&

Automatik/Manuell - button & Set - button


Via pushing this combination of buttons simultaneously you change
betweenthetheuserparameter"sensitivity"and"controlwindow"atthe
user menue.

Set - button & UP- or DOWN - button


or

&

&

You can change the displayed value while slope sensing without
influencetothesetpointviapushingtheSet-buttontogetherwiththeUP
- or DOWN - button. This changing is able in manual mode as well as
automatic mode.

UP - & DOWN - button


By using the sonic-ski sensor you can change between stringline
sensing and ground sensing via pushing the UP - and DOWN - button
simultaneously.

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4.2Switch on test
Afterswitch-onthecontrollercarriesoutadisplaytest.Allsegments
oftheliquidcrystaldisplay,alllight-emittingdiodesoftheLED
displayandallfourfunctionlampsareilluminatedforabouttwo
seconds. If any part of the diplay or one of the LED's does not
illuminatepleaseinformyourcustomerservice.

LOBAT

4.3Sensoridentification

Examples ofsensor identification

Aftertheswitch-ontestthecontrollerindicates
twice,withanalternatingdiplay,thesensorwhich
isconnected. Duringthe display ofthesensor
thetwo direction lamps flash. Afterwardsthe
controllerswitchesautomaticallytotheworking
mode.

Slope sensor
(right)

Slope sensor
(left)

SonicSki

Note:

Rotary

Ifthesensorhasbeenchangedthedisplaywill
continuewithanalternatingsensorindication
until acknowledged by pressing any oneofthe
buttons.Theuseristhereforeremindedthatthe
sensor has been changed and that the settings
have to be checked.

sensor

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LaserReceiver

4.4Sensitivitysetting
Inautomaticmodethesensitivityofthevarioussensorsshouldbeadjusted.Therangeofadjustment
isfrom1(lowsensitivity)to10(highsensitivity).IftheMOBA-maticworkstoounstabilyinautomatic
mode,thesensitivity ofthecorrespondingcontrollershouldbereduced.IftheMOBA-maticworks
toosluggishlyinautomaticmodethesensitivityofthecorrespondingcontrollershouldbeincreased.
Procedure:Sensitivitysetting
1)

2)

3)

Press the A/M button and


the SET-button simultaneously.

The display alternates


between the sign "SE" and
theenteredvalue.
(standard"6")

By pr ess in g t he
corresponding UP/DOWN
buttonthevalueischanged.
(Example: setting to the
value7)

4)

A switch-back to working
mode is made by pressing
theA/Mbutton.Ifthebutton
isnotpressedthecontroller
switchesbackitself.

4.5 Control window setting (only for grade sensors)


Ifthecontroldeviationisgreaterthanthesetrangethecontroldeviationwillberecognisedasafault.
Thedisplaywillshowthesymbolforthecontrolwindow,thedirectionarrowsflashandthehyraulic
cylinderswillnotbedriven.Thesensormusttobesetupagain.
Procedure:Controlwindowsetting(in0.1cm/0.1inch/0.01feetsteps)
1)

Press the A/M button and


the SET-button twice
simultaneously.

2)

The display alternates


betweenthesymbol forthe
control window and the
enteredvalue.
(standard"6.0"(+/-3.0cm))

3)

4)

The value can be changed


with theUP/DOWNbuttons.
(Example: setting to the
value8.0cm)

A switch-back to working
mode is made by pressing
theA/Mbutton.Ifthebutton
isnotpressedthecontroller
switchesbackitself.

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5. Operation of the Digi Slope Sensor


Itis assumed that theDigi Slope sensorandthedigitalcontrolleraremounted,thecablesare
connectedandthedigitalcontrollerhasitsvoltagesupply.Afterswitch-on thecontrollerindicates
thetypeofsensor.Ifthesensorisbeingusedforthefirsttime,orifthesensorhasbeenchanged,
thesensoridentificationmustbeacknowledgedbypressinganyoneofthepushbuttons.
Procedure:Acknowledgementofthesensoridentification
1A)

1B)

2)

The Digital Controller


indicates the sensor
identification(right).Both
directionarrowsflash.

The Digital Controller


indicates the sensor
identification(left).Both
directionarrowsflash.

Ifthesensorisconnected
for thefirsttime,or has
been changed, it must be
acknowledgedby pressing
anybutton.

5.1 Setting up the measured value


Thesettingof the measured value only hastobemadeonce-duringinstallationandinitiation
-at all controllers used in the system.Withthisthe indicated measuredvalueofthedigital
controllersisadjustedtotheactualangleofslopeofthescreed.Forthatthisangleofslopemust
be determined with a highly exact level or by placings the screed on a defined ground. In the
following example one describes how to set the indicated measured value from value 2.45% to
the actual value 2.30%.
Procedure:Settheslope
1)

Switchovertomanualmode
with the A/M button. The
functionlamp"AUTO"isoff.
The display shows the
measured value of the
screed.

2)

3)

Press, and keep pressed,


theSET-button.Thedisplay
indicates "SEt" and then
changes to indicate the
measuredvalueagain.

Keep the SET-button


pressed and adjust the
measured value with the
UP/DOWN buttons to the
value2.30%.

Ifacorrectionshould
be necessary during
operation,thatcanbe
done as described also in automatic
mode.

If the mounting position of the Digi Slope Sensor is changed, or one of the controllers is
exchanged, the set up procedure must be carried out again.

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5.2 Working with the Digi Slope Sensor


ItisassumedthattheDigiSlopeSensorismounted,the measuredvariableissetupandthecables
areconnected.
Procedure: Working with the Digi Slope Sensor
1)

2)

3)

note:
To execute mark 3 is absolute essential.
By disregarding this the
screed move to an
undefinitepositionorthe
sign for"Controlwindow"
appearsatthedisplay.

Switchovertomanualmode
with the A/M button. The
function lamp "AUTO" is
off.

Positionthescreedatthe
workinglevel.Withthe UP/
DOWN buttons on the
controller, or with the
operatingpartonthepaver,
thestartpositionofthetow
pointsaresetup.
(Example 5.35%
slopetoright).

Now the SET-button must


bepressedtosettheslope
ofthescreedassetpoint.
Thedisplayindicates"SEt".

4)

6)

7)

The diplay indicates the


measuredvalueagain.The
setpoint is set to the
measuredvalue.Switchover
toautomaticmodewiththe
A/M button. The function
lamp "AUTO" is on.

The controller now shows


5.35% as setpoint. The
controllernowcontrolsto
this value. A control
deviation will now be
indicated withthe RAISE/
LOWER arrows.

4)

Thesetpointcan
bechanged with
the UP/DOWN buttons.
(doingstepbysteptokeep
insidetherangeofcontrol
window)Thecontrollerwill
nowcontroltothisnewvalue.
(Example6,00%).

8)

The measured value can


now be indicated by
switchingoverwiththeA/M
switchandtheslopeofthe
screed checked. The
automatic control of the
valveisswitchedoff.

Sensitivitysetting
Ifthecontrolinautomaticmodeistoosluggishortoounstablethesensitivitysettingshouldbe
changedaccordingly.Theprocedureisdescribedinsection4.4oftheseoperatinginstructions.

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6. Operation of the Sonic Ski


ItisassumedthattheSonicSkiandthedigitalcontrolleraremounted,the cablesareconnectedand
thedigitalcontrollerhasitsvoltagesupply.Afterswitchon thecontrollerindicatesthetypeofsensor.
If the sensor is being used for the first time, or if the sensor has been changed, the sensor
identification mustbe acknowledged bypressinganyoneofthepushbuttons.
Procedure:Acknowledgementofthesensoridentification
1)

2)

Thecontrollerindentifiesand
indicatesthesensor.Both
directionarrowsflash.

Ifthesensorisconnected
for thefirsttime,or has
been changed, it must be
acknowledgedby pressing
anybutton.

Note:The Sonic Ski is not suitable for all


applications. For some applications the use
of the Digi Rotary Sensors is recommended.

6.1Stringlinesensing
Forstringlinesensingthe
Sonic Ski must operate in
thetransversedirection.

Stringline
Procedure:Stringlinesensing
1)

3)

2)

4)

ca.350mm

Switchovertomanualmode
with the A/M button. The
function lamp "AUTO" is
off.

The stringline mode is


activated bypressingthe
UP/DOWNbuttonssimultaneously.Thestringlinelamp
ison.

Positionthescreedatthe
workinglevel.Withthe UP/
DOWN buttons on the
controller, or with the
operatingpartonthepaver,
thestartpositionofthetow
pointsaresetup.

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Stringline
Position the Sonic Ski
350cmabovethestringline
(measuredvalueindication
mustbefullyon)

5)

7)

6)

The SonicSki shouldbe so


positioned that both
directionalarrowsareoff
(in the middle above the
stringline)
Lamps off - stringline
middle
Lampeon-stringlinehalf
middle
Lampflashes-stringline
outside
Readjust Sonic Ski if the
stringlineisoutofrange.

PresstheSET-button.
Thedisplayindicates"SEt".
Themeasuredvalueandthe
setpointarenowsettozero.

9)

10)

Thesetpointcanbechanged
with the UP/DOWN
buttons.The setpoint at
automatic mode changes
continuouslyin1mmsteps.
Thecontrollerchangesthe
workingpointaccordingto
thesetpoint.

Switch over to automatic


mode with the A/M button.
The function lamp "AUTO"
ison.

8)

Theindicatedvaluecanbe
alteredwithoutaffectingthe
working pointvia pushing
theSET-buttontogetherwith
the UP- orDOWN - button.
(e.g. for the equivalent
thicknessoflayer)

Thecontrollermaintainsthe
screedtothesetpoint.

With the A/M button the


controllercanbeswitched
back to manual mode. The
automatic control of the
valveisthenswitchedoff.

Sensitivity
Ifthecontrolinautomaticmodeistoosluggishortoounstablethesensitivitysettingshouldbe
changedaccordingly.Theprocedureisdescribedinsection4.4oftheseoperatinginstructions.
Control window
ThecontrolwindowisactivewhentheSonicSkiisinoperation.Settingofthecontrolwindowis
describedinsection4.5oftheseoperatinginstructions.

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6.2 Ground sensing


Ground
ForgroundsensingtheSonic
Ski.mustworkinthelongitudinaldirection.

Procedure: Ground sensing


1)

3)

2)

4)

ca.350mm

Switchovertomanual mode
with the A/M button. The
function lamp "AUTO" is
off.

Th e g rou nd mo de
(averaging)isactivatedby
pressing the UP/DOWN
buttonssimultan-eously.
Thestringlinelamp isoff.

Positionthescreedatthe
workinglevel.Withthe UP/
DOWN buttons on the
controller, or with the
operatingpartonthepaver,
thestartpositionofthetow
pointsaresetup.

5)

6)

7)

Switch over to automatic


mode with the A/M button.
The function lamp "AUTO"
ison.

The two direction arrows


have no meaning when
groundsensing.

PresstheSET-button.
Thedisplayindicates"SEt".
Themeasuredvalueandthe
setpointarenowsettozero.

9)

10)

Thesetpointcanbechanged
with theUP/DOWNbuttons.
Thesetpointat automatic
modechangescontinuously
in1mmsteps.Thecontroller
changestheworking point
accordingtothesetpoint..

Ground
Position the Sonic Ski
350cmabovethestringline
(measuredvalueindication
mustbefullyon)

8)

Theindicatedvaluecanbe
alteredwithoutaffectingthe
working pointvia pushing
theSET-buttontogetherwith
the UP- orDOWN - button.
(e.g. for the equivalent
thicknessoflayer)

Thecontrollermaintainsthe
screedtothesetpoint.

Sensitivity
Ifthecontrolinautomaticmodeistoosluggishor
toounstablethesensitivitysettingshouldbe
changedaccordingly.Lookatsection4.4ofthese
operatinginstructions.
Control window

With the A/M button the


controllercanbeswitched
back to manual mode. The
automatic control of the
valveisthenswitchedoff.

ThecontrolwindowisactivewhentheSonicSki
isinoperation.Settingofthecontrolwindowis
described in section 4.5 of these operating
instructions.

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7. Operation of the Digi Rotary Sensor


ItisassumedthattheDigiRotarySensorandthedigitalcontrolleraremounted,thecablesare
connectedandthedigitalcontrollerhasitsvoltagesupply.Afterswitch-on thecontrollerindicates
thetypeofsensor.Ifthesensorisbeingusedforthefirsttime,orifthesensorhasbeenchanged,
thesensoridentificationmustbeacknowledgedbypressinganyoneofthepushbuttons.
Procedure:Acknowledgementofthesensoridentification
1)

2)

Thecontrollerindentifiesand
indicatesthesensor.Both
directionarrowsflash.

Ifthesensorisconnected
for thefirsttime,or has
been changed, it must be
acknowledgedby pressing
anybutton.

Note:payattentiontotheforceofthesensing
tube on the sensing ski.

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7.1Stringlinesensing
Procedure:Stringlinesensing
1)

Switchovertomanual mode
with the A/M button. The
function lamp "AUTO" is
off.

5)

Switch over to automatic


mode with the A/M button.
The function lamp "AUTO"
ison.

Thecontrollermaintainsthe
screedtothesetpoint.

2)

4)

3)

Positionthescreedatthe
workinglevel.Withthe UP/
DOWN buttons on the
controller, or with the
operatingpartonthepaver,
thestartpositionofthetow
pointsaresetup.

6)

Theindicatedvaluecanbe
alteredwithoutaffectingthe
working pointvia pushing
theSET-buttontogetherwith
the UP- orDOWN - button.
(e.g. for the equivalent
thicknessoflayer)

Stringline
Thesensingtubemustapply
light pressure onto the
stringline.Thepressurecan
be set with the
counterweight.

PresstheSET-button.
Thedisplayindicates"SEt".
The measured value and
thesetpointarenowsetto
zero.

7A)

8)

Thesetpointcanbechanged
with theUP/DOWNbuttons.
Thesetpointat automatic
modechangescontinuously
in1mmsteps.Thecontroller
changestheworking point
accordingtothesetpoint.

With the A/M button the


controllercanbeswitched
back to manual mode. The
automatic control of the
valveisthenswitchedoff.

Sensitivity
Ifthecontrolinautomaticmodeistoosluggishortoounstablethesensitivitysettingshouldbe
changedaccordingly.Theprocedureisdescribedinsection4.4oftheseoperatinginstructions.
Control window
Thecontrol windowisactivewhentheDigiRotarySensorisinoperation.Settingofthecontrol
windowisdescribedinsection4.5oftheseoperatinginstructions.

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7.2 Ground sensing


Procedure: Ground sensing
1)

Switchovertomanual mode
with the A/M button. The
function lamp "AUTO" is
off.

5)

Switch over to automatic


mode with the A/M button.
The function lamp "AUTO"
ison.

2)

3)

Positionthescreedatthe
workinglevel.Withthe UP/
DOWN buttons on the
controller, or with the
operatingpartonthepaver,
thestartpositionofthetow
pointsaresetup.

6)

Theindicatedvaluecanbe
alteredwithoutaffectingthe
working pointvia pushing
theSET-buttontogetherwith
the UP- orDOWN - button.
(e.g. for the equivalent
thicknessoflayer)

4)

Ground
Thesensingskimustapply
light pressure onto the
ground. The pressure can
be set with the
counterweight.

PresstheSET-button.
Thedisplayindicates"SEt".
The measured value and
thesetpointarenowsetto
zero.

7)

8)

Thesetpointcanbechanged
with theUP/DOWNbuttons.
Thesetpointat automatic
modechangescontinuously
in1mmsteps.Thecontroller
changestheworking point
accordingtothesetpoint.

Thecontrollermaintainsthe
screedtothesetpoint.

With the A/M button the


controllercanbeswitched
back to manual mode. The
automatic control of the
valveisthenswitchedoff.

Sensitivity
Ifthecontrolinautomaticmodeistoosluggishortoounstablethesensitivitysettingshouldbe
changedaccordingly.Theprocedureisdescribedinsection4.4oftheseoperatinginstructions.
Control window
Thecontrolwindowis activewhenthe DigiRotarySensorisinoperation.Settingofthecontrol
windowisdescribedinsection4.5oftheseoperatinginstructions.

- Page 33 -

8. Operation of the Laser Receiver LS 250


ItisassumedthattheLS-250andthedigitalcontrolleraremounted,thecablesareconnectedand
thedigitalcontrollerhasitsvoltagesupply.Afterswitch-on thecontrollerindicatesthetypeofsensor.
If the sensor is being used for the first time, or if the sensor has been changed, the sensor
identificationmustbeacknowledgedbypressinganyoneofthepushbuttons.
Procedure:Acknowledgementofthesensoridentification
1)

2)

Thecontrollerindentifiesand
indicatesthesensor.Both
directionarrowsflash.

Ifthesensorisconnected
for thefirsttime,or has
been changed, it must be
acknowledgedby pressing
anybutton.

8.1 Working with the LS 250


Procedure: Working with the LS 250
1)
2)

Switchovertomanual mode
with the A/M button. The
function lamp "AUTO" is
off.

Positionthescreedatthe
workinglevel.Withthe UP/
DOWN buttons on the
controller, or with the
operatingpartonthepaver,
thestartpositionofthetow
pointsaresetup.

3A)

3B)

Settheheightofthelaser
receiversothatthelaser
beamtouchinthemiddleof
therceivingrange.

If the laser beam is not


receivedbythereceiver,the
receivermustbemovedinto
rangetillonoftheLED'sis
on.

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3C)

4)

5)

... must be moved to


alowerposition.
Switch over to automatic
mode with the A/M button.
The function lamp "AUTO"
ison.

...issetup
correctly.

...mustbemovedto
ahigherposition.
The receiver...

6)

Theindicatedvaluecanbe
alteredwithoutaffectingthe
working pointvia pushing
theSET-buttontogetherwith
the UP- orDOWN - button.

7)

PresstheSET-button.
Thedisplayindicates"SEt".
The measured value and
thesetpointarenowsetto
zero.

Thecontrollermaintainsthe
screedtothesetpoint.

8)

Thesetpointcanbechanged
with theUP/DOWNbuttons.
Thesetpointat automatic
modechangescontinuously
in1mmsteps.Thecontroller
changestheworking point
accordingtothesetpoint.

With the A/M button the


controllercanbeswitched
back to manual mode. The
automatic control of the
valveisthenswitchedoff.

Sensitivity
Ifthecontrolinautomaticmodeistoosluggishortoounstablethesensitivitysettingshouldbe
changedaccordingly.Theprocedureisdescribedinsection4.4oftheseoperatinginstructions.
Control window
Thecontrol windowis activewhentheDigiRotarySensorisinoperation.Settingofthecontrol
windowisdescribedinsection4.5oftheseoperatinginstructions.

- Page 35 -

9. Maintenance
TheMOBA-matichasbeendevelopedforahighlevelofoperatingreliability.
Atregularintervalsthesupplycablesshouldbeinspectedforpossibledamageanduncleanliness.
Inordertoavoidbadcontactsthethreadsoftheconnectorsandtheconnectorcapsmustbefreeof
dirt,grease,asphaltorcement.Onlysuitablecleaningagentsshouldbeused.

10. Connection diagram, technical specification and alarm indications


10.1 Pin connections
A=-Batt.
B=+Batt(11...30VDC)
C=Output UP
D=Output DOWN
E=NC
F=NC
G=digital Input"sideofmachine"
H=+ CAN
I=- CAN
J=digital Input "externvalvedisconnection"

Onthecontroller
To the machine
10polecablesocket

- Page 36 -

10.2Technicalspecification
10.2.1DigitalController
Nominal voltage:
Operatingvoltagerange:

24V DC
11V to 30V DC

Currentconsumption:
Allowablevoltageripple:

<300mA(withoutvalvecurrent)
+/- 10%

Ambienttemperaturerange:
Storagetemperaturerange:
Wrongpolarityprotection:

-10to +70C
-25to +80C
builtin

Shortcircuitprotectionofsensoroutputs:
EMIprotection:

builtin
builtin

Enclosureprotection:
Switchedoutputs:

IP 54
ON/OFF NPN maximum 3.0 A / 24V DC

Overvoltageprotection:
Switchingfrequency:
Shockresistance:

builtin
0.5 bis 3.0 Hz PWM
10 bis 55 Hz 0.35 mm amplitude

Mounting:
Allowableleadlength tothesensor:

Plugin
20m screened

10.2.2 Digi Slope Sensor


Nominal voltage:
Operatingvoltagerange:

24V DC
11V to 30V DC

Currentconsumption:
Allowablevoltageripple:

< 25mA
+/- 10%

Measurement range:
Internalresolution:
Linearityinthe range0%to10%:

+/-25%
0,05%
+/-0,1%

Stabilityofthezeropoint:
0,1%
Cross axis error: less than 1% up to max. 10% oftheangle
Temperaturecoefficientofthezeropoint:
Temperaturecoefficientofthegain:
Timeconstant:

0,005% / C
0,1% / C
0,3sec

measuringrate:
Ambienttemperaturerange:

25msec
-10to +70C

Storagetemperaturerange:

-25to +80C

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Wrongpolarityprotection:
Enclosureprotection:

builtin
IP 54

Shockresistance:
Vibrationresistance:
Mounting:

15g, 15ms
10 to 55 Hz, 0.35mm amplitude
screw mounting

Allowableleadlength tothesensor:

20m screened

10.2.3 Sonic Ski


Nominal voltage:

24V DC

Operatingvoltagerange:
Currentconsumption:

11V to 30V DC
< 100mA

Allowablevoltageripple:
Measuring range:

+/- 10%
20cm to 100cm

Internalresolution:
Reproduceability:
Ultrasonicnominalfrequency:

0.5mm
+/-1mm
200kHz

Transmission pulserate:
Ambienttemperaturerange:

25msec
-10to +70C

Storagetemperaturerange:
Wrongpolarityprotection:
EMIprotection:

-25to +80C
builtin
builtin

Enclosureprotection:
Shockresistance:

IP 54
10 to 55 Hz, 0.35mm amplitude

Vibrationresistance:
Mounting:

10 to 55 Hz
clamp mounting

Allowableleadlength tothesensor:

20m screened

10.2.4 Digi Rotary Sensor


Nominal voltage:

24V DC

Operatingvoltagerange:
Currentconsumption:
Allowablevoltageripple:

11V to 30V DC
< 25mA
+/- 10%

Measuring range:
Internalresolution:

+/-30
0.1

Reproduceability:

+/-0.2

- Page 38 -

Transmissionpulserate:
Ambienttemperaturerange:

25msec
-10to +70C

Storagetemperaturerange:
Wrongpolarityprotection:
EMIprotection:

-25to +80C
builtin
builtin

Enclosureprotection:
Shockresistance:

IP 54
10 to 55 Hz, 0.35mm amplitude

Vibrationresistance:
Mounting:
Allowableleadlength tothesensor:

10 to 55 Hz
clamp mounting
20m screened

10.2.5 LS 250
Nominal voltage:
Operatingvoltagerange:
Currentconsumption:

24V DC
11V to 30V DC
max 100mA

Allowablevoltageripple:
Measurement window:

+/- 10%
250 mm

Resolution:
Ambienttemperaturerange:
Storagetemperaturerange:

+/-1mm
-25to +70C
-40to +85C

Wrongpolarityprotection:
EMIprotection:

builtin
builtin

Enclosureprotection:
Shockresistance:

IP 54
10 to 55 Hz, 0.35mm amplitude

Vibrationresistance:
Mounting:
Allowableleadlength tothesensor:

10 to 55 Hz
clamp mounting
20m, screened

- Page 39 -

10.3Faultindications

Faultindication

Fault diagnosis

Controlleroutput

no SEn

Controller does not

Outputs inhibited in

Connectsensor.

recogniseasensor.

automatic mode.

Checkcableconnections,

Action

changeifnecessary.
Change sensor.

Son out
SLo out

Measured value of the

Outputs inhibited in

corresponding sensor

automatic mode.

Pot out
LAS out

outsidetheallowablerange.

Son dEF
SLo dEF

Controller detects a

Outputs inhibited in

defectivesensor.

automatic mode.

Check sensorsetting or
checkitsdirection.
Change sensor.

Checkcableconnections,
changeifnecessary.
Change sensor.

Err 2

Data loss of the battery

Outputs inhibited in

backed up memory.

automatic mode.

Acknowledge an alarm
withanybutton.
Setworkingposition again
(zeroandsetpoint).

Err 3

Data loss of the battery

Outputs inhibited in

Err 4
Err 5

independently stored

automatic mode.

Acknowledge the alarm


indicationbypressungany
button.Themachine para-

parameter.

meterswillbesettotheir
basicvalues.Ifnecessary
setupagain.
Setworkingpositionagain
(zeropoint andsetpoint).

- Page 40 -

10.4Sensitivitytables
Table 1

Table 2

Sonic-Ski / LS250

Only rotation sensor

Sensitifity Deadband Propband


SE
db (mm)
Pb (mm)

Sensitifity Deadband Propband


SE
db (mm)
Pb (mm)

1
2

3.8
3.6

18.0
16.0

1
2

3.0
2.8

18.0
16.0

3
4

3.4

14.0

2.6

14.0

3.2

12.0

3
4

2.4

12.0

5
6

3.0
3.0

10.0
8.0

5
6

2.0
2.0

10.0
8.0

7
8
9

2.4
1.8

6.0
5.0

1.4
0.8

6.0
5.0

1.6

4.0

7
8
9

0.6

4.0

10

1.6

3.0

10

0.4

3.0

Table 3
Laserreceiver 5 cannel
Sensitifity
SE

1
2

Table 4
Slope sensor

Valve output
(%)

1
2
4

Sensitifity Deadband Propband


SE
db (%)
Pb (%)

= min. pulse

1
2

0.18
0.16

1.60
1.40

6
8

3
4
5

0.14
0.12
0.10

1.20
1.00
0.80

6
7

10
15

6
7

0.08
0.04

0.60
0.50

8
9
10

20
25
100 = black & withe

8
9
10

0.02

0.40

0.02
0.02

0.30
0.20

3
4
5

- Page 41 -

11. Spare parts


Digitaler-Regler / Digital-Controller

Sonic-Ski

Digi-Slope

1
2

Digi-Rotary

LS-250

2
3
4

1
5

Verbindungskabel 6m / Conn. Cable 6m

1
2

2
3

DigitalerRegler /DigtalController
Pos. Bestell-Nr./Order-no.
01
04-02-02540

Bezeichnung
KabelRegler/Maschine 3m

Description
CableController/Machine3m

Verbindungskabel 6m Regler/Sensor / Connecting Cable 6m Controller/Sensor


Pos.
01
02
03

Bestell-Nr./Order-no.
02-15-01230
02-15-01320
01-03-00165

Bezeichnung
Kabeldose7pol.
Kabelstecker7pol.
Tlle

Description
Cableconn.7polefemale
Cable conn.7pole male
Spout

Bezeichnung
Gehusedeckel
DichtungfrGehusedeckel
StaubkappefrGertestecker7pol.
Gertestecker7pol.mitKabel
Dichtungfr Gertestecker7pol.

Description
Housingtop
Gasketforhousingtop
Dustcapforconn.7pole
Connector7polewithcable
Gasketforconn.7pole

Digi-Slope
Pos.
01a
01b
02a
02b
02c

Bestell-Nr./Order-no.
01-17-01751
01-11-00250
01-04-00080
03-06-00450
01-11-00161

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Digi-Rotary
Pos.
01
02a
02b
02c
03
04
05a
05b
05c
05d
-

Bestell-Nr./Order-no.
01-17-00920
01-04-00080
02-15-01160
01-11-00161
01-17-00950
01-17-01030
03-02-00295
01-17-00860
01-17-00870
01-17-00880
04-05-00080
04-05-00100
04-05-00070

Bezeichnung
Aufnahmezapfen
StaubkappefrGertestecker7pol.
Gertestecker7pol.
Dichtungfr Gertestecker7pol.
AchsefrDigiRotary
LagerschalemitLager
SensorPot.mitHalterung
RiemenradfrPotentiometer
Riemenrad fr Achse
Zahnriemen
Tastrohr8"
Tastski
Tastarm

Description
Centeringpivot
Dustcapforconn.7pole
Connector7pole male
Gasketforconn.7pole
ShaftforDigiRotary
Bearingshellandbearing
Sensorpotentiometerwithholder
Beltwheelforpotentiometer
Beltwheelforaxle
Toothedbelt
SensingTube 8"
SensingSki
Sensing Arm

Bezeichnung
StaubkappefrGertestecker7pol.

Description
Dust capfor Conn.7pole male

Bezeichnung
StaubkappefrGertestecker7pol.
StaubkappefrGertestecker7pol.Bajonet
Spannstift
Abstandshlse
Kettenglied
Feder
Hebel

Description
DustcapforConn.7pole
DustcapforConn.7polebajonett
Lockingpin
Spacer
Chainlink
Spring
Leffer

Sonic-Ski
Pos. Bestell-Nr./Order-no.
01
01-04-00080

LS 250
Pos.
01a
01b
02a
02b
02c
02d
03

Bestell-Nr./Order-no.
01-04-00080
02-15-01324
01-01-01026
01-17-00452
01-17-00530
01-01-01031
04-05-00047

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12. Structure of menue


Swit ch on
voltage

Data record
faulty ?

No

Yes

Starti ng
message
"1888"

Erro r message
e. g. "Err / 2"

So ftware versi on
and i dentifi er
"3.26 / 024"

(2. ..5)

1 sec.

4 sec.

Sen sor message


e. g. "Son / 1"

T
2 sec.

Working

Operator

Z eropoint and setpoint


setting;
Cylinder r aise / lower
Multiplexb
connected

No

Yes
JA
Aut om at ic mode on / of f
Mult ipl ex eval uation
"S_S /
"
(single / multiple)
Sensor adjust ment
Sensi tivity
"SE / 6"
(1-10)

Swit ch over
reference
stringline/ground

Con trol win dow


"
/ 6.0"

T
5 sec.

any key

F our seconds time-invar iant

4 sec.

- Page 44 -

( 2.0cm-20.0cm / OFF
or 0. 8inch-8. 0inch / OFF
or 0. 06Ft-0.66Ft / OFF)

Pr ess keys "Automatic/ Manual" an


"Ret urn" simult aneous

13. Declaration of conformace

Declaration of conformance
to ISO/EC Guide 22 and EN 45014 standards

Name of manufacturer:

MOBA Mobile Automation

Address of manufacture:

MOBA Mobile Automation


Vor den Eichen 4
D-65604 Elz

The manufacturer declares that the products:


Product types:

MOBA-matic

System

Model numbers of the components which were tested in a typical system:


Digital Controller
04-25-10013
Sonic-Ski
04-20-10010
(Test report 909)
--- Digi Rotary
04-20-40010
(Test report 909)
--- Digi Slope
04-20-20010
Laserempfnger LS-250 04-60-11010
are designed and manufactured to meet the following standards:
Saftey:

DIN VDE 411, part 1, 0001/10.73

EMC:

EN 55011 - DIN VDE 0875 T11 (1992), class B


ENV 50140 - DIN VDE 847 T3 (1993) criterion A
ENV 50140 - DIN VDE 847 (1993), IEC 65A/77B (Sec) 145/110 criterion A
EN61000-4-2 (1995), IEC 1000-4-2 (1995), VDE0847 part 4-2 criterion B
ENV50141 (1993), E IEC 1000-4-6, E DIN VDE 0843 T6:12/93
EN61000-4-4:1995, IEC 1000-4-4:1995, VDE 0847 part 4-4 criterion B

Performance criteria according to EN 50082 T/2

Additional information:
The products meet the EMC-requirements of 89/336/EEC.
The products were tested in typical configurations.
It is not permitted to take the appliances into service if it is not clarified, that the machine in
which this shall be installed is conform to the Council Directive.

Elz, March 14th, 1999

Dipl.-Ing. Markus Wendel


Quality manager

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14. Short instructions MOBA-matic


Basically adjustment has always to be carried out in manual mode!
Function lamp
off

Operation: Grade sensor (Operating instructions page 27 to 34)


1)

2)

3)
Sensor

Position the screed at the


start thickness of layer.
Adjust the tow points,
according to your paver, at
ca. 1,5 X thickness of layer.

4)

Position the
sensor.

Press UP/DOWN button


simultaneously. Stringlineor
groundmodewillbeadjusted
at the Sonic-Ski.

Function lamp
on
Switch over to automatic
mode with the A/M button.
MOBA-matic keeps the
screed on grade.

Press the SET-button.

The setpoint can


be changed by
pressing the UP or
DOWN button.

Stringline
Ground

Operation: Slope sensor (Operating instructions page page 25 to 26)


1)

Position the screed at the


start thickness of layer.
Adjust the tow points,
according to your paver, at
ca. 1,5 X thickness of layer.

2)

The MOBA-matic controller


indicates the actual slope of
the screed in %.
Indicated slope is not
correct? Set up measured
value has to be carried out
(pls. see operating instructions page 25, point 5.1).

3)

4)

Press the SET-button.

Function lamp
on
Switch over to automatic
modus. The MOBA-matic
keeps the screed on slope.

The setpoint for automatic


mode will be set the same as
the actual slope of the
screed.

Sensitivity setting (Operating instructions page23):


1)
2)
3)

Press A/M and SET- button


simultaneously.

The display alternates


between the sign "SE" and
the entered value.

The setpoint can


be changed by
pressing the UP or
DOWN button.

4)

By pressing the correspondingUP/DOWNbuttonthe


value is changed. (Example:
setting to the value 6)

A switch-back to working
mode is made by pressing
the A/M button. If the button
is not pressed the controller
switches back itself.

Switch off the automatic mode with the A/M button.


Function lamp
off

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CONTROL UNIT

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DISTRIBUTION BOX



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CABLE HELIX CABLE 6m



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CABLE HELIX CABLE 12m

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Paver

MOBA-MINI-MATIC 1xSonic

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Paver

MOBA-MINI-MATIC 1xSonic 1xSlope

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Paver

MOBA-MINI-MATIC 2xSonic

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Paver

MOBA-MINI-MATIC 1xRotary 1xSlope

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Paver

MOBA-MINI-MATIC 2xSonic 1xSlope

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Paver

MOBA-MATIC 1 CAN 1xSonic 1xSlope

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Paver

MOBA-MATIC 1 CAN 2xSonic 1xSlope

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MOBA-MATIC 1 CAN 1xSonic 1xSlope 1xRotary

MOBA-0$7,&&$1
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Parameter settingsenglishVersion 3.26-120

MOBA-Matic
V 3.26-024

CONTENTS:

1. General information ............................................................................... 3

2. Operator menue ..................................................................................... 4


2.1 Invocation and characteristic features ........................................... 4
2.2 Structogram .................................................................................... 5
2.3 Description of parameters .............................................................. 6

3. Standard parameter menue .................................................................... 7


3.1 Invocation and characteristic features ........................................... 7
3.2 Structogram .................................................................................... 9
3.3 Description of parameters ............................................................ 10

4. Extended parameter menue ................................................................. 11


4.1 Invocation and characteristic features ......................................... 11
4.2 Structogram .................................................................................. 13
4.3 Description of parameters ............................................................ 15
4.4 Extended operator menue ............................................................ 17
4.4.1 Structogram........................................................................ 17
4.4.2 Description of parameters.................................................. 17

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1. General information
General information

1. General information

All parameters have been factory preset to default values at the house of
MOBA. With these defaults a sufficient operation of the paver is ensured.
Nevertheless it is recommended to optimize each system by adjusting its
parameters depending on the specific conditions of the machine.

The parameter settings can be done in manual mode as well as in automatic


mode. So the user has got the possibility to optimize his system while
working.

If any key is pressed while the starting message is indicated, the software
version appears on the display for about 4 seconds.

In this manual we will not separately deal with the working menue of the
MOBA-matic. For informations and instructions concerning the working
menue please see the operating instruction.

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2. Operator menue
2.1 Invocation and characteristic features

2. Operator menue

2.1 Invocation and characteristic features

The operator menue can be called up from the working menue only.

The call up of the first parameter is done by


pressing the A/M key and the ENTER key at the
same time.
With this key combination also the switch over from
one parameter to the next is done.

By pressing the UP key or the DOWN key


parameter values are set or function modes are
switched over.

The operator menue can be left any time by


pressing the A/M key.

If no further key is pressed within 5 seconds after a

parameter is called up the controller automatically


switches back to the working menue.

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2. Operator menue
2.2 Structogram

2.2 Structogram

Switch on
voltage

Data record
faulty ?

No

Yes

Starting
message
"1888"

Error message
e.g. "Err / 2"

Software version
and identifier
"3.26 / 024"

(2...5)

1 sec.

4 sec.

Sensor message
e.g. "Son / 1"

T
2 sec.

Working

Operator

Zeropoint and setpoint


setting;
Cylinder raise / lower
Multiplexb
connected

No

Yes
JA
Automatic mode on / off
Multiplex evaluation
"S_S /
"
(single / multiple)
Sensor adjustment
Sensitivity
"SE / 6"
(1-10)

Switch over
reference
stringline/ground

Control window
"
/ 6.0"

T
5 sec.

any key

Four seconds time-invariant

4 sec.

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( 2.0cm-20.0cm / OFF
or 0.8inch-8.0inch / OFF
or 0.06Ft-0.66Ft / OFF)

Press keys "Automatic/Manual" an


"Return" simultaneous

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2. Operator menue
2.3 Description of parameters

2.3 Description of parameters

Parameter

Sign

Multiplex
evaluation

S_S

Sensitivity

SE

Control
window

Default

Range

Description
Only active if a multiplexbox
connected.
= only the middle sensor is
evaluated;
= all 3 sensors are evaluated;

3.0

is

1 - 10 or
An increase of this value means that
1.0 - 10.0 for
the controlling happens faster and it is
Prop and Servo; tried to get a closer result to the
adjusted setpoint.
2.0 - 20.0cm;
0.8 - 8.0inch;
0.06 - 0.66Ft;
or OFF;

The automatic control of the valves is


switched off and the sign of the control
window is indicated, if a deviation
appears bigger than the value set
here.
This parameter can be deactivated by
increasing the value until OFF is
indicated.

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3. Standard parameter menue


3.1 Invocation and characteristic features

3. Standard parameter menue

3.1 Invocation and characteristic features

The standard parameter menue can be called up from the working menue
only.

Therefore:
First switch over to the operator menue by pressing the
A/M key and the ENTER key at the same time.

Hold on the ENTER key for 3 seconds until PA is

Hold on for 3 seconds

indicated.

Within the next 3 seconds the key sequence:


1) ENTER key

2) DOWN key

3) UP key

has to be pressed.

The operator menue can be left any time by pressing


the A/M key.

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3. Standard parameter menue


3.1 Invocation and characteristic features

The switch over from one parameter to the next is


done by pressing the ENTER key.

By pressing the UP key or the DOWN key


parameter values are set or function modes are
switched over.

If the controller is at the standard parameter menue


and the UP key and the ENTER key are pressed at
the same time until the display indicates PA/StA,
all parameters are set to their default values.
M o b a

M o b a

The controlling of the valves with the adjusted pulses


or currents can be tested immediately at the standard
parameter menue.
(Procedure see structogram 3.2)

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3. Standard parameter menue


3.2 Structogram

3.2 Structogram

WORKING MENUE

K
Standard parameter menue
Key combination
Sampling frequency of valves
"FrE / 2.0"

1.) Keys

(0.5 Hz - 8.0 Hz)


2.) Key

until
M o b a

Min. pulse valve raise*


" _P / 50"

3.) Key sequence

(5 msec - 250 msec)

Min. pulse valve lower*


" _P / 50"
(5 msec - 250 msec)

Unit of distance (Grade sensors)


"CAL / CEn"
(CEn / inch / Ft)
If you are working at a parameter marked with *
you have the following additional function:

Cross slope resolution


"rES / 0.02"
(0,1% / 0,05% / 0,02%)

If the keys

* The alternating controlling of the valves


with the adjusted pulses can be activated
and deactivated by pressing both arrow
keys "UP" and "DOWN" at the same time
(only in manual mode).

are pressed simultaneous until the display indicates


M o b a

(at the parameter menue), all parameters are set to their default values.

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3. Standard parameter menue


3.3 Description of parameters

3.3 Description of parameters

Parameter

Sign

Default

Sampling
frequency of
valves

FrE

2.0

0.5 - 8.0Hz;

Frequency for the valve drive within


the Propband.

Min. pulse of
valve raise

_P

40

5 - 250msec;

Shortest time that is to be used for the


drive of the valve raise, when the
deviation is within Propband = defines
the lowest possible cylinder speed.

Min. pulse of
valve lower

_P

64

5 - 250msec;

Shortest time that is to be used for the


drive of the valve lower, when the
deviation is within Propband = defines
the lowest possible cylinder speed.

Unit of distance

CAL

Range

CEn

Description

Physical unit for all distance


measurements:
CEn = Centimeter;
inch = Inch;
Ft = Feet;

Cross slope
resolution

rES

0.02

Displayed resolution of the cross


slope:
0.1 = 1/10%;
0.05 = 5/100%;
0.02 = 2/100%;

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4. Extended parameter menue


4.1 Invocation and characteristic features

4. Extended parameter menue

4.1 Invocation and characteristic features

The extended parameter menue can be called up from the working menue
only.

Therefore:
First switch over to the operator menue by pressing
the A/M key and the ENTER key at the same time.

Hold on the ENTER key for 3 seconds until PA is


indicated.

Within the next 3 seconds the key sequence:


1) - ENTER key

2) - DOWN key

3) - UP key
has to be pressed.

Now hold the ENTER key pressed for about


5 seconds.

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4. Extended parameter menue


4.1 Invocation and characteristic features

The operator menue can be left any time by


pressing the A/M key.

The switch over from one parameter to the next is


done by pressing the ENTER key.

By pressing the UP key or the DOWN key parameter


values are set or function modes are switched over.

If the controller is at the extended parameter menue


and the UP key and the ENTER key are pressed at
the same time until the display indicates PA/StA,
all parameters are set to their default values.
M o b a

The controlling of the valves with the adjusted


pulses or currents can be tested immediately at the
extended parameter menue.
(Procedure see structogram 4.2)

If the sensitivity mode is deactivated at the extended


parameter menue, the operator menue changes.
(See section 4.4 of these instructions)

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4. Extended parameter menue


4.2 Structogram

4.2 Structogram

WORKING MENUE

K
Extended parameter menue
key combination

Sensitivity mode SE
"SES / on"

1.) keys

(on / OFF)

2.) key

Sampling frequency of valves


"FrE / 2.0"

until
M o b a

3.) key sequence

(1.0 Hz - 8.0 Hz)

4.) key

for more than 5 Sec.

Min. pulse valve raise*


" _P / 50"
(5 msec - 250 msec)

Min. pulse valve lower*


" _P / 50"
(5 msec - 250 msec)

Delta max pulse*


"d_P / 80"
(0 msec - 100 msec)

Unit of distance (Grade sensors


"CAL / CEn"
(CEn / inch / Ft)

Max. pulse valve raise or lower =


Min. pulse valve raise or lower + Delta max pulse

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4. Extended parameter menue


4.2 Structogram

Slope resolution
"rES / 0.02"
(0,1% / 0,05% / 0,02%)

Low-pass filter limit frequency


"FGF / 1.0"
(0,4 Hz - 10,0 Hz)

This parameter is factory preset to default values.


It has to be set for each type of sensor separate
and will be automatically reloaded when another
type of sensor is chosen.

CAN-Ski Adressmode
"S.Ad / 8"
(8 / 4)

Cycle time CAN-Message


"CYC / 0,10"
(0,01sec-10,0sec / OFF)

Sensor identifier**
"Son /
"

If the keys

are pressed simultaneous until the display indicates


M o b a

M o b a

(at the parameter menue), all parameters are set to their default values.

If you are working at a parameter marked with * or ** you have the following additional functions:
* By pressing both arrow keys ("UP" and "DOWN") at the same time (only in manual mode)
the alternating controlling of the valves with the adjusted pulses or currents can be activated
and deactivated.
** By pressing both arrow keys ("UP" and "DOWN") at the same time the measured value of each
sonic of the Sonic-Ski sensor will be indicated separatly. These values are without compensation
of running time and correspond to 1 mm.

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4. Extended parameter menue


4.3 Descrition of parameters

4.3 Descriptionof parameters

Parameter

Sign

Default

Range

Description

Sensitivity SE

SES

on

Sampling
frequency of
valves

FrE

2.0

0.5 - 8.0Hz;

Parameter only for On/Off valves


Frequency for the valve drive
within Propband.

Min. pulse of
valve raise

_P

40

5 - 250msec;

Shortest time that is to be used


for the drive of the valve raise,
when the deviation is within
Propband
= defines the lowest possible
cylinder speed.

Min. pulse of
valve lower

_P

64

5 - 250msec;

Shortest time that is to be used


for the drive of the valve lower,
when the deviation is within
Propband
= defines the lowest possible
cylinder speed.

Delta max
pulse

d_P

80

0 - 100msec

The sum of Min. pulse raise or


lower and the time that is set
here results in the Max. pulse
(highest allowed cylinder speed)
for the valve drive within
Propband.
The
pulse-times
between Min. and Max. are
interpolated over the range of
the Propband.

Unit of distance

CAL

CEn

Physical unit for all distance


measurements:
CEn = Centimeter;
inch = Inch;
Ft = Feet;

Slope
resolution

rES

0.02

Displayed resolution of the cross


slope:
0.1 = 1/10%
0.05 = 5/100%
0.02 = 2/100%

Enables to activate or deactivate


the parameter >Sensitivity< of
the operator menue.
on = Sensitivity setting from
prestored values;
OFF = Deadband and Propband
can be set directly - operator
menue has changed.

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4. Extended parameter menue


4.3 Description of parameters

Parameter

Sign

Default

Low-pass
filter limit
frequency

FGF

1.0

CAN-Ski
Adressmode

S.Ad

Range
0.4 - 10.0Hz

Description
Low-pass filter of 2 nd order;
Value has to be set for each type of
sensor
seperate
and
will
be
automatically reloaded when another
type of sensor is chosen.
8 (new adressing) = 2 MOBA-matic
controllers with 4 sensors each can
operate in one CAN-network;
4 (old adressing) = only in order to
ensure the downward compatibility to
old Ski models and old Big-Ski
junctionboxes.

Cycle time
CAN-Message

CYC

0,10

0,01 - 10,0sec
or OFF

Time interval that is used by the


MOBA-matic to send the controlrelevant parameters (Actual value,
setpoint etc.) onto the CAN-bus.
The current connected type of sensor
is detected.
If the Sonic-Ski sensor is connected
the distance of each sensorhead can
be checked separately.

Sensor
identifier

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4. Extended parameter menue


4.4 Extended operator menue

4.4 Extended operator menue

If the Sensitivity mode SE was deactivated at the extended parameter


menue, the parameter Sensitivity of the operator menue is replaced by the
parameters Deadband and Propband. The operator has got the opportunity
to set these two values directly.
4.4.1 Structogram

Sensitivity
mode SE

OFF

on
Deadband
"db / 0.2 or 0.04"
Sensitivity
"SE / 6"

(0.0cm-2.0cm for Grade or


0.00%-2.00% for Slope )
(1-10)
Propband
"Pb / 1.0 or 1.0"
(0.0cm-10.0cm for Grade or
0.0%-10.0% for Slope
)

4.4.2 Description of parameters

Parameter

Sign

Default

Range

Description

Deadband

db

0.2 or
0.04

0.0-2.0cm for
Range around the operating point in
grade sensors;
which no valve drive is done. Comparable
with an accuracy tolerance.
0.00-2.00% for
the slope sensor;

Propband

Pb

1.0 or
1.0

0.0-10.0cm for
grade sensors;
0.0-10.0% for the
slope sensor;

Range above and underneath the


Deadband where a defined valve drive,
depending on the deviation to the
operating point, is done.
The shortest pulse is set as Min. pulse or
Min. current, the longest one is made up
of Min. pulse + Delta max. pulse or is set
as Max. current. The pulse-times
between Min. and Max. are interpolated
over the range of the Propband.

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