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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Digi-Drive
Controller for DC Motors

REM Alarm %A
S %
P CAL
rpm

DISPLAY

LOCAL HI

REMOTE LO RUN STOP

Digi Drive

Read this manual prior to operating or


servicing the equipment. This manual
contains all safety labels and
warnings.

0890019601-EN Rev. 1.0.1


Service
If you need assistance, please call your local service center or:
K-TRON (Switzerland) Tel. 0041 (0) 62 / 885 71 71
Lenzhardweg 43/45 Fax 0041 (0) 62 / 885 71 80
CH-5702 Niederlenz

K-TRON (U.S.) Tel. 001 (0) 856 / 589 90 83


Rt 55 and Rt 553 Fax 001 (0) 856 / 589 56 64
Pitman, NJ 08071

Web: http://www.ktron.com

Before you call...


Do you have alarm displays? Can you eliminate their causes?
Have you modified part of the system, product or operating mode?
Have you tried to eliminate the fault in accordance with the operating
instructions?
Note down the 6 digit project or job number. This can be found at the
machine or in the project manual.
- Example: 400545

Using the manual:


This arrow identifies an individual action.
1. Numbers identify a sequence of actions which have to be executed
step-by-step.
V This symbol identifies a general safety note

Reference to another manual.

Important information.

This symbol indicates that tools are required for the following task.

Specifies where information or a situation must be checked.

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of operating personnel. Further, reference is made to the purchase order, acceptance or other document that con-
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warranties with respect to the Company's equipment. Except as otherwise expressly provided by K-Tron in any
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

1 Safety notes .....................................................................5


1.1 Safety symbols definitions .................................................5
1.1.1 Electrical Hazard Icon .......................................................6
1.1.2 Ground Icon ......................................................................6
1.1.3 No Hands Icon ..................................................................6
1.1.4 Power Icon ........................................................................6
1.2 Responsibilities of the owner ............................................7
1.3 Proper use .........................................................................7
1.4 Organizational measures ..................................................7
1.5 Safety-conscious work ......................................................8
1.6 Safety devices ...................................................................8
1.7 High Voltage ......................................................................9
1.8 Additional equipment .........................................................9
1.9 Customer service and repairs ...........................................9
1.10 Shut-down procedure ........................................................9

2 Features, Assembly, Function .....................................10


2.1 Features ..........................................................................10
2.1.1 Operating mode ..............................................................10
2.2 Assembly Digi-Drive ........................................................11
2.2.1 Operating part .................................................................11
2.3 Internal components of the Digi-Drive .............................13
2.4 Method of operation of the Digi-Drive .............................13

3 Technical Data ...............................................................14


3.1 General Technical data ...................................................14
3.2 Cable length ....................................................................15
3.2.1 Power supply 230 VAC ...................................................15
3.2.2 Power supply 115 VAC ...................................................15
3.2.3 Speed feedback ..............................................................16
3.3 Technical data of option board ........................................16
3.3.1 Cable connections ...........................................................17

4 Installation .....................................................................18
4.1 Unpacking and assembly ................................................18
4.1.1 Mounting onto the K2M feeder ........................................19
4.1.2 Assembly in control cabinet ............................................20
4.2 Connecting the Digi-Drive ...............................................21

5 Operation .......................................................................23
5.1 The levels of the Digi-Drive .............................................23
5.1.1 Operating mode ..............................................................23

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5.1.2 Programming mode ........................................................ 24
5.2 Quick start ....................................................................... 25
5.3 Programming and calibration .......................................... 26
5.3.1 Introduction to programming: .......................................... 26
5.3.2 Programming variables ................................................... 27
5.3.3 Calibration of the Digi-Drive ............................................ 34
5.4 Adjustment of the setpoint value on the
option board .................................................................... 35
5.4.1 Set reference voltage ...................................................... 35
5.4.2 Setpoint value for voltage ............................................... 35
5.4.3 Setpoint value for current ................................................ 36
5.4.4 Setpoint value for frequency ........................................... 37

6 What to do when...? ...................................................... 38


6.1 General information on fault detection ............................ 38
6.1.1 Measuring motor current ................................................. 38
6.1.2 Measure and set speed frequency signal ....................... 38
6.2 Troubleshooting ............................................................. 39
6.3 Alarm messages ............................................................. 40

7 Maintenance .................................................................. 42
7.1 Cleaning .......................................................................... 42
7.2 Preventive maintenance work ......................................... 42

8 Appendix ....................................................................... 43
8.1 Connection diagrams ...................................................... 43

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Safety notes 1
Safety symbols definitions 1.1

1 Safety notes

Installation, commissioning and programming of the specified


equipment should only be undertaken by qualified personnel.

1.1 Safety symbols definitions

V The safety alert symbol is used to alert to the potential personal


injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to
avoid possible injury or death.

V CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not


VORSICHT avoided, may result in property damage.

V CAUTION with safety alert indicates a potentially hazardous


situation which, if not avoided, could lead to light bodily injuries.

V WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not


avoided, could lead to heavy bodily injury or to death.

V DANGER indicates a extremely hazardous situation which, if not


avoided, could lead to heavy bodily injury or to death.

Important information to explosion protection.

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1 Safety notes
1.1 Safety symbols definitions

1.1.1 Electrical Hazard Icon


This sign indicates an electrical hazard. It is located on covers and
doors. Only qualified personnel are allowed to remove these covers or
open the doors.

1.1.2 Ground Icon

This sign indicates that a ground/PE connection is required.

1.1.3 No Hands Icon

Do not place hands or other body parts into moving parts or machine.

1.1.4 Power Icon

Power off and disconnect air supply before working on the equipment.

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Safety notes 1
Responsibilities of the owner 1.2

1.2 Responsibilities of the owner

V Ensure that only qualified and trained personnel work with the
equipment.
V Establish personnel responsibilities for operation and
maintenance.
V Ensure that the personnel has read and understood the operating
instructions to all installation components, particularly this chapter
"Safety notes".
V Strictly follow the operation and maintenance instructions.
V The plant owner must replace immediately damaged or missing
components.
V The plant owner is responsible for compliance with legally
prescribed accident prevention and safety regulations.

1.3 Proper use

V Only operate the equipment in accordance with the specified


technical data.
V Any modifications and changes on safety devices are prohibited
V Do not use the equipment in a manner not intended by the
manufacturer.

1.4 Organizational measures

V Always keep the operating instructions near the equipment, within


easy reach. Ensure that they are always complete and legible.
V Observe the safety notes for the connected equipment.
V In addition to the operating instructions, always comply with
generally prescribed safety regulations governing accident
prevention and environmental safety.

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1 Safety notes
1.5 Safety-conscious work

1.5 Safety-conscious work

V Read the operating instructions, in particular these safety notes,


and follow these instructions.
V Ensure that only authorized personnel enter the working and
danger area of the equipment.
V Any changes (including changes in the operational behavior)
which affect safety must be immediately reported to the
responsible member of the staff.
V Always keep safety in mind while working.
V Before working on the equipment always switch the equipment off
at the main power switch.

1.6 Safety devices

V Operating the equipment without safety devices:


is dangerous for the health and life of the operator or third
persons
can damage the equipment or other material
V Never alter the mechanical safety devices or the electrical control
system for the safety devices. Increased risk of accident.
V Only operate the equipment if all safety devices are installed and
fully functional.
V Check that all safety devices operate properly every day.
V Never open or remove covers or hoods while the equipment is in
operation.
V Never operate the equipment when the housing is open.
V Do not modify the electrical safety devices, for example fuses.
Increased risk of accident.
V Only use the specified fuse types when replacing fuses.
V Replace damaged cable joints and connections immediately.

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Safety notes 1
High Voltage 1.7

1.7 High Voltage

V Only qualified electricians may work on the electrical equipment of


the Digi-Drive.
V Switch of the power, wait 3 minutes before opening the Digi-Drive
before:
disassembly, maintenance and repair work.
V High voltage occurs at the motor connections.
V After switching off the main power supply there are still some
internal electrical components of the motor drive carrying high
voltage which discharges slowly.
V Protect electrical parts against humidity.

1.8 Additional equipment

V Modifications to the equipment are prohibited.


V The operator is responsible for complying with all safety
regulations related to operation with any additional equipment,
e.g. refilling units.

1.9 Customer service and repairs

V Have repairs to the feeder carried out by


- by the responsible K-Tron customer service (customer service
address is found on the inside cover)
or
- by specialized personnel trained by K-Tron.
V Only use original K-Tron parts.

1.10 Shut-down procedure

V The operator is responsible for the proper removal and disposal of


the equipment from service.

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2 Features, Assembly, Function
2.1 Features

2 Features, Assembly, Function

2.1 Features
The Digi-Drive is a DC motor controller.
The setpoint input can be made using:
Keyboard of the device
Analogue input
Frequency input

2.1.1 Operating mode


The following operating modes are available with the Digi-Drive:

Local mode
The input of the speed setpoint value, hereafter called setpoint value, is
made on the keyboard of the Digi-Drive.
The input and display of the setpoint value can optionally be made in
rpm
% of maximum speed
a user-defined unit of measurement (kg/h, g/min, lb/h, etc.)

External-direct mode
The input of the setpoint value takes place as a frequency or analogue
signal. The display of the setpoint value can optionally be made in
rpm
% of maximum speed
a user-defined unit of measurement (kg/h, g/min, lb/h, etc.)

In this setting, it is not possible to change the setpoint value of the Di-
gi-Drive using the keyboard.

External-ratio mode
The setpoint is transferred to the frequency or analogue input of the
Digi-Drive as a ratio to a master setpoint value signal or to process vari-
able. The desired percentage ratio is input on the keyboard with a value
range from 0.0 to 100 %.
In the operating configurations
External-direct mode
External-ratio mode
see Technical data capter 3.

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Features, Assembly, Function 2
Assembly Digi-Drive 2.2

2.2 Assembly Digi-Drive


The housing of the Digi-Drive contains the operating part (display and
keyboard), controller and power part.

2.2.1 Operating part

LEDs on the keys

LOCAL: Setpoint value input on the Digi-Drive


REMOTE: External setpoint value input using external
controller
HI: Speed stage high active
(only with double-reduction K2M feeder)
LOCAL HI
LO: Speed stage low active
(with single and double-reduction K2M feeder)
REMOTE LO RUN
RUN: Motor in operation

Fig. 2.1 LEDs on the keys

Display
The messages which appear on the display have the following mean-
ings:

REM: External direct mode or external ratio mode


Setpoint value input on external controller.
Alarm flashes or lights up when faults occur
(see capter 6).
%A/W: Percentage of the present motor power mea-
sured via current intensity or Watt (see P23).
REM Alarm %A
S %
CAL
% Percentage display of the actual or setpoint
P
rpm value.

CAL: Display of the actual or setpoint value in a us-


er-defined unit.
rpm: Display of the actual or setpoint value in rpm.
SP: Display of the setpoint value;
additional setpoint value input possible in "local
mode".
P0 - P24 Programming level and displayed program-
ming variables.

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2 Features, Assembly, Function
2.2 Assembly Digi-Drive

Changing the
DISPLAY
Values of the process
DISPLAY or LOCAL HI

Programming variables (P0 - P24). REMOTE LO RUN STOP

Fig. 2.2 Keys on the Digi-Drive

Raising the setpoint value.


In programming mode: numerical input of programming variables.

Reducing the setpoint value.


In programming mode: numerical input of programming variables.

Held down at the same time as high or deep rapid increase or de-
crease of setpoint value.
Pressing DISPLAY key: display of the programmed value of a pro-
gramming variable.

Start the motor.


Key green: Motor in operation.
RUN

Stop the motor.

STOP

Shift key for the input of the setpoint value on the


LOCAL Digi-Drive (LOCAL)
or
REMOTE external controller (REMOTE).
Attention:
Using the following key for HI/LO switching with a single reduction gear can damage the gearbox. Therefore
set the program variable P3 to 2. Check the screw rotation after this programming.

HI
Shift key for the speed stage for double-reduction feeders.

LO

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Features, Assembly, Function 2
Internal components of the Digi-Drive 2.3

2.3 Internal components of the Digi-Drive

Warning! High voltage! Danger!


During operation and immediately after shut-down, the capacitors and,
therefore, the conducting parts of the Digi-Drive are under high voltage:
V Disconnect the Digi-Drive from the power supply.
V Switch of the power, wait 3 minutes before opening the Digi-Drive.

Open the Digi-Drive only:


For install cables.
For maintenance and repair work.
If the internal programming switch is to be operated.
1. Cable terminal block TB2
2. Cable terminal block TB 1
Supply and Motor 1 2 3
3. Option board
4. Jumper
5. Potentiometer
6. Internal programming switch 1 T B 2
1 0 4
7. Terminal block X 1
8. Power part T B 1

9. Fuses (mounted on the rear) 9


8

8 7 6

Fig. 2.3 Internal components of the Digi-Drive

2.4 Method of operation of the Digi-Drive


The setpoint value of the feeder is input in a user-defined unit of mea-
surement on the keyboard of the Digi-Drive or via an external controller.
During operation, the feed motor speed is recorded by a speed pick-
up and transmitted to the Digi-Drive. The Digi-Drive compares the set-
point and actual values, and controls the speed of the feed motor ac-
cordingly.

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3 Technical Data
3.1 General Technical data

3 Technical Data

3.1 General Technical data

Manufacturer K-Tron (Schweiz) AG


Name Digi-Drive
Control precision 1 rpm over 5 S at 70 - 2000 rpm
5 rpm over 5 S at > 70 rpm
Housing NEMA 4/IP65
Front panel Enclosed diaphragm with arched keys on the keyboard
Display 4digit LED-display, 0.56 high
Operating temperature range 4 - 50C (40 - 122F)
Alarms Motor overload, flow interruption
Power supply 115 VAC 10%, 50/60 Hz or
230 VAC -10% /+ 15%, 50/60 Hz selectable
Max. power input 3000 VA bei 230 V AC
1500 VA bei 115 V AC
Max. power output 400/800W
800/1600W
Efficiency 85 - 95%
Inputs Frequency input (external setpoint)
V 5 VDC square-wave voltage
5 ratio of capacity level 1:1 adjustable from 20 Hz to 25 kHZ

0 Speed pick-up: 5 VDC square-wave voltage from 0 Hz to 7.2 kHZ


t1 t2 t

t1 = t2

Outputs 250 VAC, 5 A or 28 VDC, 5 A

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Technical Data 3
Cable length 3.2

Alarm relay Relay de-energized = contacts 1 and 2 closed, contacts 1 and


3 open
Relay energized = contacts 1 and 2 open, contacts 1 and 3
closed.
Enabling signal Contacts 4 and 5 open: Motor is not enabled
Contact 4 and 5 closed: Motor is enabled
Motor output 160 Vp, square-wave PWM
0.... 99.6 % at 115VAC (120 V DC)
322 Vp, Square-wave PWM
0...99.6 % at 230 VAC (240 VDC)
Fuses 10 A 1/4 X 1-1/4
Recommended prefuse 16 A

3.2 Cable length


3.2.1 Power supply 230 VAC

Motor U Anker I Anker Cablelength 1.5mm Cablelength 2.5mm2

Lenze 55W 180V 0.46A 300m 300m


Lenze 70W 180V 0.7A 300m 300m
Bison 95/98W 180-200V 0.6A/0.75A 300m 300m
Lenze 250W 180V 1.7A 300m 300m
Saramel 370W 180V 2.6A 257m 300m
Stephan 370W 180V 2.4A 278m 300m
Baldor 450W 200V 2.5A 267m 300m
ABB 780W 180V 4.1a 162m 272m
Baldor 1000W 200V 5.6A 118m 198m
Baldor 2000/1600W 200V 11.5A/9.2A 56/71m 95/120m

3.2.2 Power supply 115 VAC

Motor U Anker I Anker Cable length 1.5mm Cable length 2.5mm2

Lenze 70W 90V 1.25A 264m 300m


Lenze 250W 100V 3.5A 93m 156m
Stephan 370W 90V 4.9A 65m 111m

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3 Technical Data
3.3 Technical data of option board

Motor U Anker I Anker Cable length 1.5mm Cable length 2.5mm2

Baldor 450W 100V 5.4A 59m 100m


Grossenbacher 700W 90V 9.5A 33m 56m

3.2.3 Speed feedback

Pick-Up/ Encoder Type Cables length Cables length


without Line-Driver with Line-Driver

Jaquet FTG 1088.01Ex 30m 300m


W+S (Lenze-Motor 55W) HGI 490 063600 30m 300m
HP (Bison-Motor 95/98W) HDES 5600 C06 30m 300m

* The Line driver is located in the terminal box on the feeder.


* The Line driver convert asymmetric signals in symmetric signals.

3.3 Technical data of option board

Analog input 0 - 10 VDC


4-20 mA selectable by jumper
Bit-inputs Start/Stop* (logic zero = start and setpoint must be > 1% ).
* Raising/falling edge triggered inputs. Alarm shut-down (logic zero = Stop)
Pull down to Com. Proc. for falling edge
Local/Remote* (only active if P4 is 7/8)
Hi/Lo-Switch* (logic zero = see P3)
Max. voltage 12 VDC
Bit-outputs Alarm (logic zero = Alarm)
(open collector) Feeder runs (logic zero = running)
Hi/Lo-Switch (logic zero = Hi)
Max. voltage 24 VDC Imax. 100 mA
Min. voltage 1.6 VDC for logic high
RL at12 VDC = 150 ohms
RL at 24 VDC = 300 ohms
Frequency input 0 - 20 kHZ, 5 V

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Technical Data 3
Technical data of option board 3.3

3.3.1 Cable connections

Terminal block TB1

1 = earth 5 = rotor + (A)


2 = AC to L (L1)* see chapter 4.2 6 = rotor - (B)
3 = AC to N (L2)* 7 = Motor field+ (J)
4 = earth 8 = Motor field - (K)
* Attention Voltage! - see capter 4.2 - Voltage selection
Terminal block TB2
1 = Alarm relay ground 6 = setpoint value input (freq.)
2 = Alarm ralay (N/closed) 7 = setpoint value ground
3 = Alarm ralay (N/Open) 8 = 5 VDC
4 = enabling input 9 = speed signal
5 = enabling ground 10 = speed pick-up ground
Terminal block X1
1 = 4 - 20 mA+ 11 = not used
2 = 4 - 20 mA- 12 = ground
3 = 0 - 10 V+ 13 = not used
4 = 0 - 10 V- 14 = start/stop (edge triggered input)
5 = 0 - 20 kHz, 5 V 15 = alarm shut-down
6 = ground 16 = Hi/Lo-Toggle (edge triggered input)
7 = 10 VDC reference voltage potentiometer 17 = Local/Remote (edge triggered input)
8 = feeder runs (open collector) 18 = ground
9 = alarm (open collector) 19 = +5 VDC
10 = Hi/Lo-Anzeige (open collector 20 = +5 VDC

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4 Installation
4.1 Unpacking and assembly

4 Installation

V Ensure that the Digi-Drive is connected and put into operation only
ba authorized personnel.
V The Digi Drive includes not a disconnecting switch. Ensure that
you include this disconnecting or an emergency shut-down switch
according the EU machine guide line.

Ambient conditions
V Only use explosion-proof feeders in hazardous areas.
V Only install the feeder in an environment conforming to the technical
data (see Section 3) and the safety notes (see Section 1).

The Digi-Drive can be mounted:


directly to a volumetric feeder
or
inside a control cabinet.

4.1 Unpacking and assembly

VORSICHT V In order to avoid damage, unpack the Digi-Drive carefully.

1. Remove the feeder carefully from the packaging.


2. Check whether the supplied goods are complete and check them
for transport damage.
3. Report any damage immediately to K-Tron.

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Installation 4
Unpacking and assembly 4.1

4.1.1 Mounting onto the K2M feeder

2
1

1. Mount the Digi-Drive onto the fixing support (2) using the fastening
screws (3).
2. Mount the fixing support (2) onto the feeder with the two anchor
bolts (1).
3. Fix the fixing support (2) with setting screw (4).

Fig. 4.1 Mounting K2M

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4 Installation
4.1 Unpacking and assembly

4.1.2 Assembly in control cabinet

Note: Observe the fitted dimensions during assembly.


122 mm
)
ax
(M
m
m
3
R

200 mm
295 mm

Fig. 4.2 Digi-Drive 400/800W Fig. 4.3 Digi-Drive 800/1600W

Procedure for Digi-Drive 400/800 W

1 1. Slide the Digi-Drive (1) from the front into the recess.Tighten the
screws (2) for the front panel.
2 2. Slide the electrical duct rails (3) into the groove of the Digi-Drive
housing from the rear.

Fig. 4.4 In the control cabinet

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Installation 4
Connecting the Digi-Drive 4.2

4.2 Connecting the Digi-Drive

Improper connection of the feeder can cause danger to life through


electric shock.
V The feeder may only be connected by qualified electricians.
V Observe the local regulations.

1. Connect the feeder in accordance with the electrical wiring


diagram.
2. Ground the feeder carefully.

Connect the ground connection to a low-impedance equipotential


bonding ( 0.1 ), see the grounding information on the feeder.

Provide a lockable main switch to disconnect the main power supply


from the feeder.

Carefully follow all wiring and shielding procedures as indicated on the


provided wiring diagrams and operating instructions of the controls.

It is necessary to make the following connections:


Before connection check the setting for the power supply on the power
board.
115 VAC
T1
230 VAC Connection for the motor drive and the speed pick-up between the
Digi-Drive and the feeder.
If necessary, input/output connections for the alarm relay, for the
enabling signal and/or for the input of the setpoint value via the ex-
ternal controller.
Fig. 4.5 Voltage selector

V Power supply. Attention: Check if the power board is auto select-


able (relays instead of jumper/switch, Fig. 4.5) or plugable/switch-
able.

Cables are not included in the items supplied.


Please refer to the table below and on chapter 3.2 for the recommended
cable sizes and maximum lengths.
Cables for feeder motor and pick-up must be shielded.

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4 Installation
4.2 Connecting the Digi-Drive

Function DIN cable size


Power supply according to regulation applicable in your country
max. 2.5mm2
Feeder motor max. 2.5 mm2 (shielded) cable length see table 3.2
input/output 0.5 mm2, max. 30m (shielded)
Speed pick-up 0.5mm2, max. 150m shielded, cable length see table
3.2.

TB1
TB2
1. Open the front panel (2). Loosen the Phillips screws, but do not re-
move them.
4
2. Remove the cable to the display (1).
3 3. Remove the assembly screws on the power part (4) and pull the
power part (3) out of the housing.
4. Connect the Digi-Drive according to the connecting diagram.
2 1

Fig. 4.6 Components

Pull the cables in through the bottom of the Digi-Drive.


1. Input/output alarm relays, enabling (M20 / PG11, 7-12mm).
2. Bit-Input (M20 / PG11, 9-12mm).
3. Analog input of external controller (M20 / PG 11/7, 5-7mm).
4. Feeder motor (M20 / PG 13.5/9, 7-10mm).
1 2 3 5. Power supply (M20 / PG 13.5/9, 7-10mm).
4 5 6 6. Speed pick-up (M20 / PG 11/9, 7-10mm).

Fig. 4.7 Assignment of holes to ca-


bles

Cable length from the cable grip (1) until the relevant terminal block
(2) is 23 cm.

Kabellnge: 23 cm 1

Fig. 4.8 Cable length

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Operation 5
The levels of the Digi-Drive 5.1

5 Operation

When entering the setpoint using an external analogue controller or


frequency controller or an external potentiometer, adjust the Digi-
Drive before operation (see capter 5.4).

5.1 The levels of the Digi-Drive


Work is done on two levels in the Digi-Drive.
At the operation level, the process characteristic values for

monitoring the system are shown by pressing the DISPLAY key:

actual value in rpm or a user-defined unit


setpoint value in rpm or user-defined unit
actual value in % of maximum speed
current motor power in % or Watt

The programming level is used to configure the Digi-Drive. A pro-


gramming number P0 to P24 is assigned to each control characteristic
value.

5.1.1 Operating mode

Actual value display:


REM Alarm %A
S %
P CAL
rpm rpm

REM Alarm %A
S % % display
P CAL
rpm

REM Alarm %A
S % user-defined unit
P CAL
rpm

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5 Operation
5.1 The levels of the Digi-Drive

Setpoint value display

Local external-direct external-ratio


REM Alarm %A REM Alarm %A REM Alarm %A

rpm S
P
%
CAL
S
P
%
CAL
S
P
%
CAL
rpm rpm rpm

REM Alarm %A REM Alarm %A REM Alarm %A


% % %
% S
P CAL
S
P CAL
S
P CAL
rpm rpm rpm

REM Alarm %A REM Alarm %A REM Alarm %A


S % S % S %
user-defined unit P CAL P CAL P CAL
rpm rpm rpm

Fig. 5.1 Matrix of setpoint value displays

REM Alarm %A
S % Example: external direct mode, setpoint value display in %.
P CAL
rpm

Fig. 5.2 Example of setpoint value


display

5.1.2 Programming mode


The change from operating mode to programming mode takes place by

.keys at the same time.


REM Alarm %A
S % pressing DISPLAY and the
P CAL
rpm

After approx. 2 sec., the programed value of the previously displayed


REM Alarm %A
S % programming variables is displayed.
P CAL
rpm

Fig. 5.3 Programming mode

Access to programming mode can be restored with the internal pro-


gramming switch. This internal programming switch is located on the
rear of the swivel front cover.

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Quick start 5.2

5.2 Quick start


The Digi-Drive is factory set to standard values. For this reason, the Di-
gi-Drive is ready for operation after assembly and connection.
If you wish to change the standard values, please refer to the sections
"Programming and Calibration".

You can start the Digi-Drive as follows after entering a setpoint value
in local mode.

Press the DISPLAY key, until the following display appears:


REM Alarm %A
S %
P CAL Change the setpoint value for the required speed with or
rpm

key ant the .key.

Start feeding with the key.


RUN

Fig. 5.4 Setpoint value display in local


mode

K2 M feeder with dual-reduction gear


The standard setting is "low speed". Press "Stop" to check and select
"high speed". Restart feeding. The screw must turn noticeably faster
with the same setpoint value. If this is not the case, change over motor
cables 5 and 6 on the terminal block TB1.

Warning! High voltage! Danger!


During operation and immediately after shut-down, the capacitors and,
therefore, the conducting parts of the Digi-Drive are under high voltage.
For this reason, to change the wiring, before opening:
V Disconnect the Digi-Drive from the power supply.
V After switch of the power, wait 3 minutes before working on the
Digi-Drive.

Feeder with single-reduction gear

V Using the following key for HI/LO switching with a single reduction
gear can damage the gearbox. Therefore set the program variable
P3 to 2. Check the screw rotation after this programming! If rota-
tion is wrong change motor cable 5 and 6 at screw terminal TB1.

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5.3 Programming and calibration

5.3 Programming and calibration

5.3.1 Introduction to programming:


The change from operation mode to programming mode takes place by

. at the same time.


REM Alarm %A
S % pressing the DISPLAY and the
P CAL
rpm

Pressing the keys at the same time until the display changes to the
first programming variable 'P0'.
REM Alarm %A
%
After approx. 2 sec., the display automatically changes to the pro-
S
P CAL
rpm
grammed value.

Fig. 5.5 Programming mode

Press the DISPLAY key to show further program variables until the re-
quired variable is shown. 'P0' reappears after 'P24'.
Enter the numerical value for the selected variable:

Press or key and hold it down until the required value


is shown.

Repeated pressing and holding down the key accelerates


the scrolling of the data display.

Select the next programming variable, press the DISPLAY key once
again.

To exit programming mode, press the key.


STOP

The changed values are stored as soon as you press the key
STOP

and "SAVE" is displayed.

REM Alarm %A
S %
P CAL
rpm

Fig. 5.6 Save display

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Programming and calibration 5.3

5.3.2 Programming variables


The standard settings are marked with an asterisk "*" in the following
section.
Programming of standard values:

During power on the Digi-Drives press the DISPLAY and key.

Parameter Description

P0 Maximum motor speed.


Standard value: 2000 rpm (use the value shown on the motor name-
plate (max. 2270 rpm)).

P1/P2 Alarm limit value in the case of interruptions of the feeding product
flow resulting from lack of product or building of bridges in the product.
Entering the limit value:
P1 for low speed gear and feeding with just a single gear speed.
P2 for high speed.
Input 0: Function off:
If the value falls below the value entered, the alarm display flashes.
Determine the start value for the limit values as follows:
Program all programming variables and specify setpoint value for
later operation.

Press the DISPLAY key until "%A" or Watt is shown.

Let the feeder run without product and note the percentage of the
nominal current.
Fill the feeder with product, allow it to run and note the percent-
age of the nominal current.
Enter the mean value of the two values obtained according to the
gear speed in P1 or P2.

Optimize the two values in continued feeding operation.

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Parameter Description

P3 Input of low speed and high speed.

Input Function
Digi-Drive sets the standard value to "low speed" when switched on. The operator can
0
change this setting by pressing the "HI/LO" key on the keyboard.
Digi-Drive sets the standard value to "high speed". The operator can change this setting by
1
pressing the "HI/LO" key on the keyboard.
Start-up and operation only with "low speed".
*2
The key "HI/LO" is deactivated (for single-reduction gear).
Start-up and operation only with "high speed".
3
The key "HI/LO" is deactivated.

Parameter Description

P4 Input
of the control mode (origin of the setpoint value).
of the possibility for changing the control mode on the keyboard.

P4 is not shown, if P18 is programmed to 1.

Input Control mode Function


The setpoint value input is made on the keyboard.
0 Permanent Local The control mode cannot be changed using the
"LOCAL/REMOTE" key.
Permanent The setpoint value input is made on the external controller.
1 External direct The control mode cannot be changed using the
"LOCAL/REMOTE" key.
The setpoint value input is made on the external controller in
Permanent ratio mode.
2
External ratio The control mode cannot be changed using the
"LOCAL/REMOTE" key.
Shifting between "local mode" and "external direct mode" with
*3 Start with Local
the key "LOCAL/REMOTE" is possible.
Shifting between "external direct mode and "local mode" with
4 Start with External direct
the key "LOCAL/REMOTE" is possible.
Shifting between "local mode" and "external ratio" with the key
5 Start with Local
"LOCAL/REMOTE" is possible.

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Input Control mode Function


Start with External-ratio Shifting between "local ratio" and "local ratio" with the key
6
"LOCAL/REMOTE" is possible.
Local or external-direct Keypad LOKAL/REMOTE disabled. Bit input Local/Remote
7
enabled.
Local or external-ratio Keypad LOKAL/REMOTE disabled. Bit input Local/Remote
8
enabled.

Parameter Description

P5 Input of the span factor for "external direct mode" or "external ratio
mode".
The span factor determines the factor required for the scaling of the
input frequency to 2 kHz at 2000 rpm.
Span factor = 2000 rpm / input frequency (Hz)
Example:
Input frequency: 10 kHZ /
Calculated span factor: (2000/10000)x100 = 20

Parameter Description

P7 Specifying the type of setpoint value input.

Input Function
0 Input and display of the setpoint value as speed of the motor in rpm.
1 Input and display of the setpoint value as percentage of the maximum motor speed (see P0).
Input and display of the setpoint value in a user-defined unit, e.g. lb/h, g/min, etc. (see section
2
"calibration").

Parameter Description

P8 For the new Digi-Drive Sw 4.7 and U3.0 and later not used and dis-
played.

Parameter Description

P9 Input of calibration factor.

The calibration factor is used to calculate the feeding capacity in a pre-


viously defined unit, e.g. kg/h (see section "calibration").

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5.3 Programming and calibration

Parameter Description

P10 Access to programming mode.

Input Function
*0 Programming on keyboard possible.
1 Programming on keyboard not possible.

Access to programming mode can be restored with the internal pro-


gramming switch. This internal programming switch is located on the
rear of the swivel front cover.

Parameter Description

P11/12 Input of the maximum admissible nominal current intensity of the mo-
tor.
When the value input is exceeded, the alarm display on the display of
the Digi-Drive lights up. At the same time, the alarm is transmitted to
the alarm relay.
Nominal current intensity, see motor nameplate.
Standard value: 2.5

Values which exceed the programmed value at P13 are not accepted.
Input of maximum current intensity
P11 for gear speed ("low") and feeder with just one gear speed,
P12 for gear speed ("high").

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Parameter Description

P13 Specifying the power supply unit

Input Function
*6 Digi-Drive with 6-amp power supply (standard value)
12 Digi-Drive with 12-amp power supply unit.

Parameter Description

P14 Suppression of start enabling.


Specify start enabling via terminals 4 and 5 or suppressed.
Input Function
*0 Start enable via terminals suppressed.
1 External start enable via terminals is necessary.

Parameter Description

P15 Function of the relay.

Input Function
*0 Alarm
1 Motor runs

Parameter Description

P16 Display of software-version.

Parameter Description

P17 Programming the option board.

Input Function
*0 option board not installed.
1 option board 9191-60241 installed.
2 option board 9191-60237 installed.

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Parameter Description

P18 This programming variable is used to set the programming variable P4


for gravimetric operation to "external direct".

To activate the following function, turning off and on again the main
power.
Input Function
Volumetric operation.
*0
If programming is done from 1 to 0, the programming variable P4 must be set to the new value.
Sets the programming variable P4 to 2 (Start with "external ratio").
1
P4 is no longer displayed in programming level (gravimetric operation).
Sets the programming variable P4 to 0 (Start with "fixed local").
2
P4 is no longer displayed in programming level (manual control maintenance).
Sets the programming variable P4 to 4 (Start with "external direct").
3
P4 is no longer displayed in programming level (gravimetric operation).

Parameter Description

P19 Selecting of the motor ramp rate in seconds. How many seconds to
reach the setpoint.
Range from1-5 Sec.

Parameter Description

P20 Input of the selected power supply from the Digi-Drive.

V This variable is not used to select the incoming power supply.

Input Function
*230 Current limit calculated for 230 VAC
115 Current limit calculated for 115 VAC

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Parameter Description

P21 Input of the used speed pick-up type.

Input Function
60 Set the right divider for the rpm display.
90
100
*120

Parameter Description

P22 Input corresponds to a number of speed offset in % of the entered


max. Input and display of the setpoint as %-portion of the maximum
number of speed of the motor (see P0).
Range from 0 - 100 %

Parameter Description

P23 Power current display (Power or- Watt display).

Input Function
*0 Display in Watt.
1 Display in % A.

Parameter Description

P24 Switching on-off Alarm A (see capter 6.2).

Input Function
*0 All alarms active.
1 Alarm A disabled.

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5.3 Programming and calibration

5.3.3 Calibration of the Digi-Drive


Introduction
The feeding capacity can be displayed in a certain unit, e.g. kg/h on the
Digi-Drive.
To do this, the feeding capacity must determined at a certain speed in
order to be able to calculate the calibration factor.

Step Function
Change to programming mode and program the programming variable P4 to "0" (local con-
1 troller) and P7 to "0" (setpoint value in rpm). Exit programming mode with the "Stop" key (see
Programming 5.3).
2 Select required speed with the "High/Low" key.
3 Enter setpoint value 1000 rpm.
Start feeder. If the feed flow is constant, fill a collecting hopper three times for a period of 1
4
minute in each case.
5 Weigh the samples and calculate the average feed rate in kg/h.
Calculate the calibration factor for the programming variable P9 using the average capacity
on the basis of the following formula:

( Average ) [kg/h] -
( c al factor )P9 = --------------------------------------------------------------------
6 ( Setpointvalue ) [ rpm ]
E.g.
15 [kg/h]
0, 015 = ---------------------------------
1000 [ rpm ]
7 Enter the multiplied value P9 (e.g. 0,015).
Return to programming variable P7 and change the entry to "2" (Cal). The Digi-Drive is now
8 calibrated.
If necessary, change the control mode of programming variable P4 to "External".
Press the "STOP" key to exit the programming mode. The "CAL"-symbol now appears on the
screen.
9
Note:
The setpoint value 1000 U/min should now have changed to 15 CAL = 15 kg/h at 1000 rpm.

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Adjustment of the setpoint value on the option board 5.4

5.4 Adjustment of the setpoint value on the


option board
The following section applies to the setpoint value input via an external
analogue controller or frequency controller or an external potentiome-
ter.
Before operation of the Digi-Drive, adjust the setpoint value on the op-
tion board with the external controller.
5.4.1 Set reference voltage
Inputting the setpoint value via an external potentiometer:
Set the reference voltage on Digi-Drive before adjustment.
Connect the digital multimeter to terminal block X1, terminals
6 and 7.
Set reference voltage U PT1 on potentiometer 10 V 0.1 V.

Setting JU 1, 5, 4 Pos. VDD

Fig. 5.7 Setting JU

5.4.2 Setpoint value for voltage


The voltage range for the setpoint value is 0 - 10 V.

Requirements:
Input device for setpoint value is connected according to Fig. 5.8 or
Digi-Drive Fig. 5.9;
on the option board: Jumper 1 and 2 are in position 1..2 U;
setting of the motor speed (programming variable P0): 2000 rpm.
Set programming variable P4 to 1 or 2. Then show setpoint value
on Digi-Drive.
Option board
Specify 10 V (100 %setpoint value) on terminals 3 and 4.
3 4 Set setpoint value display using potentiometer S PT3 to
2000 rpm (external direct)
or
100 % (external ratio)
Analog controller
Specify 0.1 V (1 % setpoint value) on terminal 3 and 4.

Fig. 5.8 Analog controller

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5.4 Adjustment of the setpoint value on the option board

Digi-Drive

Set setpoint value display with potentiometer 0 PT2 to:


20 rpm (external-direct)
Option board or
1 % (external-ratio)
3 4 6 7
Repeat setting until no imprecision can be found.

Fig. 5.9 Potentiometer

5.4.3 Setpoint value for current


The current range for the setpoint value is: 4 - 20 mA.
Requirements:
Input device for the setpoint value is connected to terminals 1 and 2;
on the option board: Jumper 1 to pos. 2..3 I,
Jumper 2 to pos. 1..2;
Setting the motor speed
(programming variable P0): 2000 rpm.

Set programming variable P4 to 1 or 2. Then show setpoint value


on the Digi-Drive.
Specify 20 mA (100 % setpoint value) on terminals 1 and 2.
Set setpoint value display with potentiometer S PT3 to:
2000 rpm (external-direct)
or
100 % (external-ratio).
Specify 4,16 mA (1% setpoint value) on terminals 1 and 2.
Set setpoint value display with potentiometer O PT2 to:
20 rpm (external-direct)
or
% (external-ratio)
Repeat setting until no imprecision can be found.

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Adjustment of the setpoint value on the option board 5.4

5.4.4 Setpoint value for frequency


Requirement:
Jumper 2 pos. 2..3.
Jumper 2 bridges the U/f-converter, thus Jumper 1 no longer has any
function.

Specification of frequency max. 20 kHZ on terminal 5.


Calculation of span factor for programming variable P5 see program-
ming 5.3.2.

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6 What to do when...?
6.1 General information on fault detection

6 What to do when...?

6.1 General information on fault detection

V Immediately after shut-down, the capacitors and, therefore, the


conducting parts of the Digi-Drive are under high voltage
V Disconnect the Digi-Drive from the power supply.

6.1.1 Measuring motor current


The motor current can be read off the screen of the Digi-Drive. Con-
nect an external current measuring device only to the DC current input
of the Digi-Drive, as the control of the motor takes place via pulse
width modulation and the current to the motor cannot be measured us-
ing conventional instruments.

6.1.2 Measure and set speed frequency signal


(only for Jaquet-speed Pick-up).
5V

The speed signal is a square -wave signal from 0 to 7,2 kHz/5 VDC. The
Signal can be measured at the following locations:
On the feeder: Connect frequency counter between 1 (5 VDC) and
2 (signal).
On the Digi-Drive: Connect frequency counter between TB2-8 (5
VDC) and TB2-9 (signal).
Note
The ratio of capacity level of the speed signal is influenced by the dis-
tance of the Hall effect pick-up (1) to the field spider (2). A ratio of ca-

pacity level worse than 1 : 2 can lead to failure of the controller.


1
Pick Up according to Fig. 6.1. and check ratio of capacity level.

Note
Pick-up is located in the feeder beside the drive shaft of the motor.
For all opto speed pick-up's no adjustments necessary.
2

Fig. 6.1 Setting the pick-up

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Troubleshooting 6.2

6.2 Troubleshooting
Before you reset one of the programming variables, check whether or
not the previously selected setting was deliberately selected.
To set the programming to default values, press programming switch
on the display board during power on.

Error Cause Elimination

No setpoint value input Programming variable P4 is set to Chance programming variable


possible on keyboard. external-direct or external-ratio. P4.
No shift of value range Programming variable P3 is set t to Check programming variable
(HI/LO) possible on key- 2 or 3. P3 and set 0 or 1.
board.
No shift from LOCAL/ Programming variable P4 is set to 0, Check programming variable
REMOTE possible on 1 or 2. P3 and set to 3, 4, 5 or 6.
keyboard.
No access to program- Access to programming mode is Open front panel and press the
ming mode possible. blocked by programming variable key on the rear of the key-
P1. board.Check setting in pro-
gramming variable P10.
The setpoint value of an Input frequency or analogue value Check input frequency or ana-
external controller is not do not correspond to the require- logue value with specifications
accepted. ments in the technical data 3. in chapter "technical data 3".
Programming variable P4 wrongly Check programming variable
set. P4 (display: SP %).
Programming variable P5 is set to 0. Ensure that the value for pro-
gramming variable P5 is not ze-
ro (0).
Digi-Drive will not start No setpoint value below 10 rpm Specify setpoint value.
or switches itself off. specified.
Digi-Drive does not start No enabling signal present for the If no external enabling is in-
or switches itself off, and motor. stalled: check the functioning of
the RUN LED flashes. the jumper between terminals 4
and 5 on TB2.
If external enabling is installed:
test enabling signal.
Position the jumper between
terminals 4 and 5 on terminal
block TB2 and press the "RUN"
key. If the motor then runs,
there is a defect in the cable
and the connections for the en-
abling signal.

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6.3 Alarm messages

6.3 Alarm messages

Error code-number and Possible cause Elimination


meaning

ERR 1 Press the RUN key and check


Digi-Drive is not receiv- whether the motor turns:
ing any speed pulses Speed pick-up has failed. If the motor turns, check the
from the speed pick-up speed pick-up and replace if
and the measuring cur- necessary.
rent from the motor is to
high. Motor is blocked or sits tight. If the motor does not turn,
Motor has failed (brush or rotor fail- check whether the feeder screw
ure). is blocked and eliminate the
blockage. If the feeder screw is
not blocked, have the motor or
Digi-Drive checked by K-TRON
customer services and re-
paired.
ERR 2 Programming variables P11/P12 Compare the max. nominal cur-
Alarm display lights up, wrongly programmed. rent intensity of the motor
motor overloaded but is (nameplate) with the program-
receiving pick-up puls- ming variables P11/P12. Adjust
es. the entries.
Check the quality of the feeding
Motor is overloaded by feeding ma- material and check whether the
terial. feeding material can be me-
tered using the feeder.
Have the Motor checked by
Motor is defective. K-TRON customer services.
ERR 3 No material in feed hopper. Fill up with feeding material.
Alarm display flashes, Feeding material has formed bridg- Eliminate bridges.
motor load too low. es inside the feed hopper.
The value set for programming vari- Correct values in the program-
ables P1/P2 are wrong. ming variables P1/P2.
ERR 4 Power supply part or control part of Have the Digi-Drive replaced by
Speed picked up is high- the Digi-Drive is defective. K-TRON customer services.
er than the one pro-
grammed.
ERR 5 No speed impulse present at the Check the speed pulse at the
Digi-Drive is measuring screw-on terminals of the Digi-Drive. screw-on terminals of the Digi-
the current from the mo- Drive and restore the connec-
tor, but no speed impuls- Digi-Drive defective. tion.
es Have the Digi-Drive replaced by
K-TRON customer services.

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Alarm messages 6.3

Error code-number and Possible cause Elimination


meaning

ERR 6
No measurement of
motor current Defective wiring on motor. Check and correct motor wiring.
speed impulse Have the Digi-Drive replaced by
Motor defective. K-TRON customer services.
ERR 7 Defective on the display board (data Replace display board.
Eeprom error cannot be stored).
ERR 8 Too high motor load at low speed. Check feeder.
Requested torque is
higher than the digi-
Drive can deliver.
ERR 9 Problem with power supply. Use line filter. Change power
Measured AC Voltage supply.
outside of allowed Defective power board. Change power board.
range.
ERR A Pick-up wrong adjusted. Readjust pick-up.
Speed Setpoint Disturbances on the speed signal Shield cables.
line.

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7 Maintenance
7.1 Cleaning

7 Maintenance

7.1 Cleaning
If there is any external soiling of the housing of the Digi-Drive, wipe
down using a damp cloth and normal industrial cleaners.

V Do not use corrosive cleaning agents.

7.2 Preventive maintenance work

During operation and immediately after shut-down, the capacitors


and, therefore, the conducting parts of the Digi-Drive are under high
voltage. For this reason, before opening the Digi-Drive:
Disconnect the Digi-Drive from the power supply.

Carry out the following preventive maintenance work after every


10,000 hours of operation:
Check for wear and tear and rust on the screwed connections of the
AC connection and on the motor drive.
Check the strength of all connections.
Check the condition of the fuses.
Check the operating readiness of all external safety switches or in-
terlocks.
Change fuses after every 25,000 hours of operation, even if they are
not burn-out.

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Connection diagrams 8.1

8 Appendix

8.1 Connection diagrams

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8.1 Connection diagrams

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Connection diagrams 8.1

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8.1 Connection diagrams

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