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Инструкция по эксплуатации Conair, модель WSB

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The initial Full weight target is set by the FUL parameter. As dispenses progress, an over dispense of one component may cause a new target to be calculated for future dispenses in order to maintain proper requested ratios. A recalculated target is not allowed to exceed the value held in the MAX parameter. If you change the FUL parameter, the MAX parameter will automatically be set to a value 50 percent higher then the FUL setting. DISPENSE STATION CONFIGURATION. This controller can be configured to operate as a dispense station (model WSD). This is generally done when exact weights of material or blend are required to place into a process, such as rotational molding. In this configuration, the thumbwheel switches tell the controller how much weight to dispense in pounds (or kilos). The FUL parameter is set to 00001 or 00002 for direct reading of the top thumbwheel switch; or optionally, for recipe reading of the second thumbwheel switch. When dispense weight you request exceeds the amount specified in the MAX parameter, the unit will automatically make multiple dispenses that will add up to the requested amount. Page 58 ====================================================================== TH AND TL (change only if material sticks in the weigh bin) TH and TL are acceptable error limits for TARE WEIGHT. Before a dispense cycle begins, the software checks to see that the weigh bin is in place and that it is not already full of material. To do this it looks at the starting TARE weight. If Tare weight is below the value of TL, (50 grams), the software assumes that the bin is either missing or hung up on something. In this case the ALARM sounds. If Tare weight is above the value of TH (100 grams), the software assumes material is in the bin. In this case the ALARM sounds and the weight bin dump flap operates in an attempt to empty the weigh bin. If you are processing a material that has a tendency to hang up in the corners of the bin, then you may wish to widen the range of acceptable starting tare weight. Since tare weight is always subtracted from dispense weights, these errors do not effect accuracy. ====================================================================== PRT (change to get AUTOMATIC printing of material totals) PRT, when set to any number other then zero, will cause the processor to output all current material usage totals, at regular time intervals, to the printer port. The number you enter will dictate the time interval in MINUTES. All timing starts from MIDNIGHT. for example, an entry of 00120 will cause totals to print at 2 AM, 4 AM, 6 AM, etc. Printing always waits until a cycle has just ended. A setting of 10000 is a special case. This will cause a printout after every cycle. A printer must be connected. If one is not, the routine will abort and blending will continue. ====================================================================== DLY (consider changing if mixing is a problem) DLY is the TIME the mix chamber level sensor must be uncovered before a cycle begins. The sensor must be uncovered without interruption for the full specified DELAY time. To prevent false starts from material movement caused by the mix blade, a minimum of 2 seconds (00488) is recommended. Sometimes throughput is slow enough that each new batch buries the mix blade for a while. When this happens the material on top does not mix well. To reduce this, you can delay the start of a new batch by increasing the DLY parameter. The new batch is delayed and mix chamber level has time to fall before the next batch is added. ====================================================================== PRC (no change required) PRC is the maximum allowable PERCENT rate change per cycle. If a large dispense error occurs, flow rate corrections do not exceed this percent number. This prevents large swings in timing of dispenses and provides for stable dispense rates under difficult conditions. For example, when dispense quantities are very small (one or two grams), Page 59 overfeeding by several grams is a distinct possibility. This type of error represents a very large percentage error to the controller. However, a large correction would not be appropriate but, instead, would cause a "hunting" of dispense time that would result in further large errors. This parameter prevents this. ====================================================================== STL (No change required) STL is the TIME period allowed to pass after a dispense has occurred, but before a weight reading is taken. This settle time allows falling pellets to reach the bin and also prevents their impact with the bin from adding to the weight reading. ====================================================================== LCL, LCH, LCF and LCZ (DO NOT CHANGE THESE) These four parameters are set to match the characteristics of the type of load cells used in your system. DO NOT ALTER THEM. LCL and LCH are the acceptable LOW and HIGH limits of load cell output expresse...

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