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OPERATIONAL MANUAL OF MICROTAPPER CONTROL PANEL INDEX

1. Operation Philosophy 2. Functional Block Diagram of the system 3. Hardware Description of the panel a. General arrangement of the panel b. Bill of material c. Fabrication details d. Wiring diagram e. Terminal diagram 4. Software logic 5. Description of the controller PLC S7 224 6. Description of the VT155W 7. Description of the Power circuits 8. Specifications sheets 9. Supplementary sheet 6 14 28 2

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Operational Philosophy:
Rapper control system is designed specifically for electrostatic precipitator application. This rapper control system is designed to be used with electrical solenoid type impact rappers. These rappers are also called as magnetic impulse gravity impact (MIGI) rappers. The working principle of the rapping system is as follows

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Microtapper controller A short duration pulse of high current amplitude is applied to the rapper solenoid coil. Once the coil is energized the rapper rod inside the coil lifts up. The longer the duration of the pulse the higher is the lift. On withdrawal of pulse the rapper rod falls down by gravity. The falling rod makes impact with the emitting/collecting electrodes causing the dust accumulated on it to dislodge and maintain their electric field. The rapper coils are arranged in a matrix 4 X 4, 8 X 8, 12 X 12 or 16 X 16. The matrix arrangement reduces the PLC outputs and cables requirement and provides very efficient solution. A dc controller provides a high current high voltage pulse of short duration. The +ve end of the dc controller gets connected to row and the ve end of the gets connected to the column. The rapper thus selected is energized and makes impact on the respective electrode.

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Functional Block Diagram of the system

Connection shown for one rapper coil

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Hardware Description of the panel

Refer the drawings

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Software logic of the rapper system


There are two standard sequences for the rapping system in which A particular rapper raps after predefined time. A particular rapper row raps after predefined time.

Before going through the software the following terms has to be defined Rapper: Rapper a rapper is a single electrical magnetic impulse gravity impact type plunger used to rap the emitting / collecting electrodes on which the boiler feed the particulate precipitate Round trip time: time the time allocated to a row to energize all of its rappers. It is the time period in which the row will complete energization of all the rappers programmed under it. Therefore the time interval between two rappers in a row will be calculated as Interval = row round trip time / no of rappers in the row e.g. suppose the no of rappers in a ROW0 are 6 and having row round trip time of 1 minute then the rapper interval will be 1 minute/6 = 10 seconds This computation is done by the system when the row round trip time is programmed. The row RTT has to be programmed in minutes in the range of 0 to 99 minutes. Frequent rapping with high intensity is required for the rappers in the inlet field, where heavy collection/discharge of the particulate may occur. This may be achieved by programming a smaller row RTT and high rapping LIFT.

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Microtapper controller Less frequent rapping with moderate intensity may be used for the rappers in the outlet field, less collection/discharge of the particulate may occur. Rapper lift: lift: this is the height in inches to which the rapper lifts when it is energized. It is programmable from 0 to 12 inches.(max). Rapper open: open: The controller declares the rapper open when on energizing the current measured is below the preset value. Rapper short: short: The controller declares the rapper short when on energizing the current measured is above the preset value. Once a particular rapper is declared short it is removed from the rapping sequence unless the fault is rectified and the reset by the operator. Service mode: a rapper/ rapper row can be programmed to be set in service mode in which that particular rapper/rapper row raps after every 10 seconds. This mode is used to check and set the lift of the rapper/ rapper row. The operator can exit this mode by the HMI or this mode gets automatically exit after an hour. Program starts on giving start command in either local or remote mode by start selector switch or by remote relay respectively. If the command is on and power to panel fails and reestablishes the program starts afresh. On the first scan the program calculates the row RTT and the rapper RTT and stores it in a lookup table. Once the computation is over the program starts rapping as per the computed timings. If more than one rapper demands service then the program resolves the priority and accordingly the higher priority rapper turns on followed by the waiting rapper after a time gap of 1 second. Care is taken that no two rappers turns on at a time. When a particular rapper is on the rapper controller senses the current drawn by the rapper. If it exceeds above the higher limit the rapper is declared short. In this case the controllers switches off the firing pulses the PLC then removes that rapper out of the sequence. Similar is the case when a rapper draws low or no current.

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Description of the controller controller PLC S7224


The S7-200 series is a line of micro-programmable logic controllers (Micro PLCs) that can control a variety of automation applications. Figure shows an S7-200 Micro PLC. The compact design, expandability, low cost, and powerful instruction set of the S7-200 Micro PLC make a perfect solution for controlling small applications. In addition, the wide variety of CPU sizes and voltages provides you with the flexibility you need to solve your automation problems.

The S7-200 CPU provides a certain number of local I/O. Adding an expansion module provides additional input or output points (see Figure below).

Hardware design of S7 224 PLC 1. Integrated digital outputs 2. Status display of integrated, digital outputs 3. Connection for the power supply 4. Run/stop switch

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Microtapper controller 5. Connection for the expansion cable 6. CPU status 7. Submodule slot 8. Communication interface (e.g. PPI) 9. Integrated inputs 10. Status display of integrated inputs 11. Integrated sensor power supply 12. Integrated potentiometer 13. Expansion module 14. Mounting plate attachments 15. DIN rail lock

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CPU 224 Overview The compact high-performance CPU With 24 inputs/outputs on board Expandable with up to 7 expansion modules Application

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Microtapper controller The compact high-performance CPU with 24 inputs/outputs on board, upgradeable wit up to 7 expansion boards; Design The CPU 224 features: Integrated 24 V encoder/load power supply; for the direct connection of sensors and encoders. With 280 mA it can also be used as a load power supply. 2 device versions; with various supply and control voltages Integrated digital inputs/outputs; 14 inputs and 10 outputs 1 communication interface; optional - As PPI with PPI protocol for programming functions, HMI functions (TD 200, OP), S7-200-internal CPU/CPU communication (9,6/19,2/187,5 kbit/s) or as MPI slave for data exchange with MPI masters (S7-300/-400, OPs, TDs, Push Button Panels) - User-programmable interface (FreePort) with interrupt capability for serial data exchange with non-Siemens devices, e.g. at ASCII protocol baud rates of 0,3/0,6/1,2/2,4/4,8/9,6/19,2/38,4 kbit/s; PC/PPI cable can be used as RS 232/RS 485 adapter Expansion bus connection of expansion modules (only EMs of the 22x series can be used) Interrupt inputs; allow the PLC to react with extremely high speed to the rising or falling edges of process signals High-speed counters; 6 high-speed counters (30 KHz), with parameterizable enable and reset input, simultaneously as up and down counters with 2 independent inputs; can be used for the connection of incremental encoders with 2 pulse sequences (20 kHz) having an offset of 90o Trouble-free expandability through digital and analog expansion modules (EMs, optional)

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Microtapper controller Simulator (optional); for the simulation of integrated inputs and the testing of user programs Analog potentiometer; 2 analog potentiometers, can be used as a user-friendly setpoint adjuster during everyday operation, such as for setting timers Pulse outputs; 2 high-frequency pulse outputs (max. 20 kHz); for use in positioning tasks and the control of frequency-regulated motors and stepper motors via power circuits Real-time clock; for example for adding time stamps to messages, for registering machine running times or for the time-control of processes EEPROM memory module (optional); allows rapid program change (even without a programming device) and additional program archiving Battery for long-term backup; for extending the backup period to typically 200 days. Without the battery module, user data (such as memory bit statuses, data blocks, timers, counters) are saved by an internal highpower capacitor for around 5 days. The program is always stored in nonvolatile memory (maintenance-free). The battery module is inserted into the memory module slot.

Device versions versions Version Supply voltage DC outputs Relay outputs 85 to 264 V AC 24 V DC 24 V DC, 24 to 230 V AC 24 V DC Input voltage 24 V DC 24 V DC 0.75 A transistor 2 A, relay Output voltage Output current

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Functions Extensive set of instructions; a large number of - Basic operations such as binary logic operations, result allocation, save, count, create times, load, transfer, compare, shift, rotate, create complement, call subprogram (with local variables), - Integrated communication commands (such as S7-200 communication (Network read (NETR), Network write (NETW) or Freeport (Transmit XMT, Receive RCV)) and - Enhanced functions such as pulse-duration modulation, pulse sequence function, arithmetic functions, floating point arithmetic, PID close-loop control, jump functions, loop functions and code conversions simplify the programming task

Counting; user-friendly counting functions in conjunction with the integrated counters and special commands for high-speed counters open up new application areas for the user. Interrupt handling; - Edge-triggered interrupts (triggered by either rising or falling edges of process signals at interrupt inputs) permit extremely fast reactions to process interrupts - Time-controlled interrupts can be set in at 1 ms increments from 1 ms to 255 ms. - Counter interrupts can be triggered when a specified value is reached or if the counter direction changes. - Communication interrupts allow the rapid and easy exchange of information with peripheral devices such as printers or bar code readers

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Microtapper controller Direct interrogation and driving of inputs/outputs; inputs and outputs can also be interrogated and set independently of the cycle. The controller can so react quickly to process events (direct resetting of outputs when interrupt occurs, for example). Password protection; the 3-level password protection concept safeguards effectively your knowhow. The protection concept has the following options for access to the user program: - Full access: the program can be altered as desired. - Read only: the program is protected against unauthorized modification. Testing, setting of system parameters and copying of the program are supported. - Complete protection: the program is protected against modification and unauthorized readout and copying. Parameter settings are supported. . Test and diagnostic functions; user-friendly functions support testing and diagnostics: the complete program is run over a predetermined number of cycles and analyzed. Internal parameters such as memory bits, timers or counters are logged at the same time over a maximum of 124 cycles. Forcing" of inputs and outputs in test and diagnostics modes; inputs and outputs can be set independently of cycle and thus permanently, for example to test the user program. Runtime edit: In RUN mode, programs can be edited and modified programs can be loaded into the CPU at the click of a mouse, without the current program having to be interrupted Additional mathematical modules such as SIN, COS, TAN, LN, EXP

Programming

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Microtapper controller The STEP 7-Micro/WIN32 V3 programming package permits complete programming of all S7-200 CPUs.

Note: The CPU 224 cannot be programmed using STEP 7-Micro/DOS. For programming via the serial interface of the programming device/PC, a PC/PPI cable is required. When using the STEP 7-Micro/Win32 V3 programming software, programming is also possible via the SIMATIC CPs CP 5511 or CP 5611 (see SIMATIC NET) or the MPI interface of the programming device. This increases the maximum permissible transmission rate to 187.5 kbit/s.

Overview Digital outputs in addition to the on-board I/Os of the CPUs Application

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Microtapper controller Digital output modules convert the internal signal level of the S7-200 to the external signal level required for the process.

Description of the HMI VT155W Front view of the HMI VT155W

Displays the Mimic screen

Displays the Setup screen Displays the connection diagram

Displays the Diagnosis screen Fault reset touch button

Displays rapper number

Local/ remote selector

Switches to next page

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Microtapper controller On power on the above screen will be displayed. The following touch buttons are available MIMIC: shows the mimic screen SETUP: displays the setup screen. DIAGNOSIS: displays the diagnosis page. SERVICE: shows the service page. CONNECTION DIAGRAM: shows the rapper configuration. LOCAL/REMOTE: the system can be started either by start command from the panel in local mode or external start command in remote mode. This touch button allows to select either of the modes. FAULT RESET: is a momentarily hold on touch button used to reset the latched faults. NEXT: is a page down function i.e it moves one page up RAPPER NO: displays the last rapper fired.

On pressing the MIMIC touch button the following screen will appear.

Rapper configuration

Switches to main page

Switches to previous page

Switches to next page

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Microtapper controller The rapper, which has been fired, will be shown dark. E.g. rapper 4 is last rapper being fired, and then the 4th rapper will appear in the mimic screen as follows.

Last rapper fired.

Setting the RTT, LIFT and other parameters

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Rapper round trip time setting for row 0 in minutes

Rapper Lift setting for row 0 in inches

Saves the rapper settings

Retrieves the rapper settings in case of battery drain

In case if change in the lift is observed either high or low the same can be compensated by Increasing/decreasing the time period for which a rapper is fired by an offset. This offset is added to the time verses lift chart. The time verses lift chart gets shifted up or down by changing the offset parameter.

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Enabling the rappers

The screen above shows that all the rappers are disabled. This screen becomes very handy if you want to remove any rapper from the firing

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Operating the rappers in service mode

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A particular rapper can be set to operate very frequently say every 10 seconds this facility is provided so that a particular rapper can be put in service mode and made to rap every 10 seconds so that the lift can be measured at site quickly without waiting for the rapper to fire in a random sequence. Enter the rapper no and put it IN service or OUT OF service as required. The service mode can be exited by either putting it out of service or by timeout of 1 hour.

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Connection diagram

The following screen shows the rapper connection wiring.

Diagnosis

This screen is useful to view, which rappers have gone faulty or are disabled. A rapper is either enabled/disabled/open/short.

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Rapper 3 short

Rapper 2 disabled

Rapper 1 Enabled Rapper 4 open

Operation of touch screen panel


1. Changing value of variable field a. Total change b. Partial change 2. Examples of varying fields 3. Alarms To be able to carry out a change in any editable variable field you must touch the chosen field on the display and a page appears to modify the field. Common touch buttons of the touch screen

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The VT offers the following ways of changing a field: Total change Partial change Total change This is the default mode adopted by the VT when enabling a change in a numerical field. The cursor flashes on the rightmost digit of the field. When the first digit is introduced the rest of the field goes to zero, while the successive introductions make the digits shift to the left. Partial change With the edit mode enabled the change of the individual digit or character being pointed to by the cursor is enabled by pressing the arrow and then entering a digit, or by means of increasing the character. To change the adjacent digits or characters the cursor has to be positioned manually. Examples of varying fields The examples below are offered to clarify how this works. Changing the value of a decimal numerical field:

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Microtapper controller The following example demonstrates the variation (total change) of row 1 RTT from 1 to 45

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uch the display field [2]. The following screen appears.

Edit mode is enabled; the cursor moves to the right-most digit of the data (least significant digit). Press the touch button [4] to enter

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the first digit of the new value; the field assumes the value 4.

Press [5] to complete the entering of the new value; press [+/-] to attribute a sign.

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Press Enter to Confirm.

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Varying the value of alphanumeric (ASCII) field: The following example shows the changing of Field from D to E (disable to enable)

Touch the display field [D]

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To enable

Discard

To disable

Enter

Press [up key] to enable so the displays reads as below or vice versa

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Press Enter to confirm. Same is the case with Local/Remote touch button.

Alarms ISA alarms are displayed from the time when the event triggering the alarm occurs (Event in) until there is an individual acknowledgment operation -

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Microtapper controller touching the symbol on the screen related to the alarm to be acknowledged (Event acknowledged) - and the triggering event is no longer present (Event out). By acknowledgment we mean the confirmation on the part of the plant or machine operator of having taken note of the alarm message. When an event occurs to which an alarm has been assigned the screen shows.

Note that the symbol is a triangle containing the character [i]. The symbol appears on the screen at the top leftmost corner. Touching the symbol we get the following screen. Here rapper open and rapper short alarms have arrived. > means the arrival of the alarm with date and time stamp. < is the departure of the alarm. alarm

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Microtapper controller If any fault occurred during normal operation the beep signal will come. The alarms will also display on the display screen. The following is the list of alarms. 1. Rapper open 2. Rapper short 3. Emergency operated 4. Row 0 fuse failed 5. Row 1 fuse failed 6. Row 2 fuse failed 7. Row 3 fuse failed 8. Row 4 fuse failed 9. Row 5 fuse failed 10. Row 6 fuse failed 11. Row 7 fuse failed.

Description of the Power circuits


DC controller:

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Microtapper controller The power circuit of dc controller comprises of a half controlled rectifier with the phase angle control. The rectifier is fitted on a heat sink and is natural cooled. The pulses for the SCR are given through a control card with PCB no. Autodata make 5AD20-ESP-01. The control card provides following features. Powerful regulated power supply. Led indications for easy diagnosis. Automatic over current protection. Firing pulse inhibit in case of fault. Isolation of power circuit from control circuit through pulse transformer Isolated digital inputs and outputs providing efficient interfacing with the PLC. Settable presets for low and high current. Freely configurable digital and analog outputs which can suit to any application. Dv/dt protection by snubber circuits On board PID controller.

The dc controller provides controlled output which is routed via row and column cards to the rapper coil. Care has to be taken to provide a freewheeling diode across the rapper coil with proper polarity. Earthing Earthing to the rapper coil is a must to avoid electrical shocks. The row and column card drives the matrix of the rapper configuration. Both the card is exactly similar except the provision of fuse failure monitor circuit in the row card.

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Specification sheets
CPU 224
CPU 224 Program memory Data memory Memory cartridge (optional) Program backup Data backup 8 KB 5 KB 1 pluggable memory cartridge; content identical to the integrated EEPROM Entire program maintenance-free in the integrated EEPROM Entire DB 1 loaded from programming device/PC in integral EEPROM; maintenance-free Current DB 1 values in RAM, retentive flags, timers, counters etc. maintenance-free through super capacitor; optional battery for long-term backup Backup time typ. Programming language Program organization 190 hr (minimum 120 hr at 40 C); 200 days (typ.) with optional battery module Ladder logic, FBD and STL 1 OB, 1 DB, 1 SDB

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subroutines with/without parameter passing Program execution free cycle (OB 1) interrupt-controlled time controlled (1 to 255 ms) 8 3-level password protection Bit (logic) instructions, comparison instructions, timer instructions, counter instructions, clock instructions, fixed-point arithmetic, floating-point arithmetic, numeric functions, transfer instructions, table instructions, binary logic instructions, shift and rotate instructions, conversion instructions, program control instructions, system interrupt and communication instructions, stack instructions 0,37 s

Subroutine levels User program protection Operation set

Execution times for bit operations Cycle time monitoring Bit memories Of these retentive Counter Of these retentive Counting range Timers Of these retentive Range

300 ms (retriggerable) 256 0 to 112 in EEPROM, selectable 0 to 256, via super capacitor or battery, selectable 256 256, via super capacitor or battery, selectable 0 to 32767 256 64, via super capacitor or battery, selectable 4 timers, 1 ms to 30 s 16 timers, 10 ms to 5 min 236 timers, 100 ms to 54 min

Integrated high-speed functions Interrupt inputs Counter 4 (4 positive-going edges and/or 4 negative-going edges) 6 fast counters (each with 30 kHz), 32 bits (incl. sign), can be used as up/down counters or for connecting 2 incremental encoders with 2 pulse trains offset by 90 (max. 20 kHz (A/B counters)); with parameterizable enable and reset inputs; interrupt capability (incl. calling a subroutine with random contents) on reaching a set point; reversal of direction of counting etc. 2 high-speed outputs, 20 kHz with interrupt option; pulse width and frequency modulation possible 1 RS 485 communication interface, optionally: As PPI interface with PPI protocol for programming functions, HMI functions (TD 200,

Pulse outputs Interfaces

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OP), S7-200 internal CPU/CPU communication; transmission rates 19.2/187.5 kbit/s Or as MPI slave for data exchange with MPI masters (S7-300/S7-400 CPUs, OPs, TDs, push-button panels); S7-200-internal CPU/CPU communication is possible to a limited extent on the MPI network; transmission rates 19.2/187.5 kbit/s Or as user-programmable interface with interrupt capability for serial data exchange with nonSiemens devices at ASCII protocol transmission rates 0.3/0.6/1.2/2.4/4.8/9.6/19.2/38.4 kbit/s; at 1.2 to 38.4 kbit/s the PC/PPI cable can be used as an RS232/RS458 adapter Expansion bus Connection of expansion modules (EM) 1) Only series S7-22x EMs can be used. Connectable programming units/PC Onboard I/Os Plug-in I/O terminals Digital inputs Digital outputs Analog potentiometers Max. number of inputs /outputs Digital inputs/outputs Analog inputs/outputs AS-Interface inputs/outputs max. Expansion, max. Degree of protection Ambient temperature With horizontal installation When mounted vertically Relative humidity Atmospheric pressure Other environmental 0 to 55 C 0 to 45 C 5 to 95 % (RH severity level 2 in accordance with IEC 1131-2) 860 to 1080 hPa See "S7-200 Programmable Controller System 94 inputs and 74 outputs 28 Inputs and 7 outputs or 0 inputs and 14 outputs Max. 31 AS-Interface slaves (CP 243-2) 7 expansion boards1) Only expansion modules from the S7-22x series may be used IP 20 in accordance with IEC 529 Yes 14 10 2 analog potentiometers; 8 bit resolution PG 720 PII, PG 740 PIII, PG 760 PII, PC RI45 PIII tower unit and standard PC

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conditions Manual"

Power supply: Inputs: Outputs: Supply voltage L+/L1 Rated value Permitted range Input current, typ. Max. incl. load Power consumption max.

24 V DC 24 V DC 24 V DC

100 to 230 V AC 24 V DC Relay

24 V DC 20.4 to 28.8 V 10 A at 28.8 V 110 to 700 mA

100 to 230 V AC 85 to 264V AC (47 to 63 Hz) 20 A at 264 V 30 to 100 mA (240 V) 60 to 200 mA (120 V)

Output voltage for sensors Rated value Permitted range L+ (24 V DC) 25.4 to 28.8 V 24 V DC 20.4 to 28.8 V

Output current for sensors (24 V DC) Rated value Short-circuit protection Output current for expansion modules (5 V DC) Integrated inputs Type Input voltage Rated value At signal 1, min. For "0" signal Galvanic isolation In groups of Input current For "1" signal 4 mA 4 mA 24 V DC 15 V 0 to 5 V Optocoupler 6 and 8 24 V DC 15 V 0 to 5 V Optocoupler 6 and 8 280 mA Electronic at 600 mA 660 mA 280 mA Electronic at 600 mA 660 mA

14 Current sinking or sourcing

14 Current sinking or sourcing

Input delay (at rated value of the input voltage) For standard inputs For interrupt inputs For fast counters, max. Every 0.2 to 12.8 ms (settable) (I0.0 to I0.3) (I0.0 to I1.5) 30 kHz Every 0.2 to 12.8 ms (settable) (I0.0 to I0.3) (I0.0 to I1.5) 30 kHz

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Connection of 2-wire BERO Permissible quiescent current, max. Cable lengths Unshielded (not for high-speed signals) Shielded Standard input High-speed counters On-board outputs 500 m 50 m 10 (transistor) Can be switched in parallel for high output currents 24 V DC 20.4 to 28.8 V DC 500 m 50 m 10 (relays) 300 m 300 m 1 mA 1 mA

Rated load voltage L+/L1 Permitted range Output voltage With signal 1", min. Galvanic isolation In groups of Output current, max. For 1" signal Rated value at 40 C Rated value at 55 C Min. current For 0" signal

24 V DC/ 24 to 230 V AC 5 to 30 V DC / 5 to 250 V AC

20 V DC Optocoupler 5 and 5

L+/L1 Relay 3 and 4

0.75 A 0.75 A 10 A

2A 2A 0 mA

Sum of all output currents (horizontal mounting) At 40 C, max. At 55 C, max. ON delay Of the standard outputs, max. Of the pulse outputs, max. OFF delay Of the standard outputs, max. Of the pulse (Q0.2 to Q1.1) 100 s (Q0.0 to Q0.1) (all outputs) 10 ms (Q0.2 to Q1.1) 15 s (Q0.0 to Q0.1) 2 s (all outputs) 10 ms 3.75 A 3.75 A 8.0 A 8.0 A

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outputs, max. Operating frequency of pulse outputs For resistive load 10 s (Q0.0 to Q0.1) -

(Q0.0 to Q0.1) 20 kHz

Switching capacity of the outputs For resistive load For a lamp load 0.75 A 5W 2A 30 W for DC 200 W for AC

Service life of the contacts (number of switching cycles to VDE 0660, Part 200) Mechanical At rated voltage Limitation of voltage induced on circuit interruption, max. Short-circuit protection Cable lengths Unshielded Shielded Isolation Between 24 V DC and 5 V DC Between 24 V DC and 230 V AC Dimensions (W x H x D) in mm Weight, approx. 1) 360 g 410 g 500 V DC 500 V DC 150 m 500 m 150 m 500 m 1W 10 mill. 100.000 -

Provide externally

Provide externally

1500 V AC

120.5 x 80 x 62

120.5 x 80 x 62

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Because of the limited output current, the use of expansion modules can be subject to restrictions . 1 output to 40 C

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EM 222 Digital Output Modules for the CPU 22x


EM 222 Digital Output Modules for the CPU 22x DC For connection to Plug-in I/O terminals Number of outputs Rated load voltage L+/L1 Permitted range Output voltage For 1 signal min. Isolation In groups of Output current, max. For 1 signal rated value at 40 C rated value at 55 C 0.75 A 0.75 A 2.0 A 2.0 A 20 V Optocoupler 4 Relay 4 S7-22x series Yes 8 24 V DC 20.4 to 28.8 V DC Relay S7-22x series Yes 8 24 V DC 24 to 230 V AC 5 to 30 V DC 5 to 250 V AC

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min. current For "0" signal Sum of all output currents At 40 C At 55 C (mounted horizontally) Maximum current per conductor/group (mounted horizontally and vertically) Switching capacity of outputs (1 output to 40 C) For resistive load For inductive load For a lamp load Service life of the contacts Mechanical For rated load voltage Voltage induced on circuit interruption limited to (internally) L+ - 48 V 10 x 106 100.000 Provide externally (see manual "Configuring an S7-200) Short-circuit protection Provide externally (see manual "Configuring an S7-200) Provide externally 0.75 A 0.75 A 5W 2A 2A 30/200 W (DC/AC) 3.0 A 3.0 A 8.0 A 8.0 A -10 A 0 mA

3A parallel circuit is possible for high output currents

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Line length Unshielded Shielded Current consumption From backplane bus From L+/L1 50 mA 40 mA 72 mA (9 mA per connected output) 2W 45 x 80 x 62 170 g 150 m 500 m 150 m 500 m

Power loss typ. Dimensions (W x H x D) in mm Weight

2W 45 x 80 x 62 150 g

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VT155W Technical characteristics


Display: LCD Tones of gray Graphic 240X128 Touch screen with 10X4 matrix IP level: 65 Serial ports: 1 MSP (RS232/422/485 o TTY 20mA) 1 ASP8 (RS232) Real Time Clock HW: YES (with supercapacitor) Beep: YES Free terminal: Text memory: Recipes: 128 Recipe data: 256 NO 640 Kb

Recipe memory: 16 Kb+8 Kb (alarm event list)

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Microtapper controller Pages: 64 Data per page: 32 Dynamic texts: Limited by dimensions of project Texts in various dimensions: X1, X2, X4 Graphics: YES Lines/Circles/Arcs/Rectangles: YES Static Images: YES (imported in format BMP, JPEG, TIFF, PSD, VMF, etc.) Dynamic Images: YES Buttons: YES (direct commands, change page etc.) Alarms ISA: 256 Info-messages: 256 Alarm buffer: Max. 256 alarms Password / Levels: YES 10 levels Change language: YES up to 4 languages Networks: Set up for CAN PROFIBUS e INTERBUS Fonts: Programmable fonts Dimensions: 166x100x43, 6

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Rapper controller
Input Output Rating Control Indications : Two phase 415V AC +/- 10%, 50Hz : 240VDC +/- 10% : 30Amps max : Phase angle control Automatic over current protection : LED type Power on + 15 V/ -15V +24 V Control release Rapper open Rapper short Firing pulses Dimensions Weight Ordering code : 190 X 250 (Wmm X Hmm) : 10kg : Autodata 5AD20-ESP-01 (RAPPER)

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Row card:
Power Input No. of channels Signal input Indications : 19 0 19 V AC, +/- 10%, 50Hz : 8 Channels : 24V DC pulse input upto 200 msec max : LED type Active row indication Signal pulse indication Power supply indication Row fuse failure indication

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Power Input No. of channels Signal input Indications : 19 0 19 V AC, +/- 10% ,50Hz : 8 Channels : 24V DC pulse input up to 200 msec max : LED type Active column indication Signal pulse indication Power supply indication Dimensions Weight Ordering code : 220 X 360 (W mm X H mm) : 500 grams. : Autodata AD200-PT8-1 (COLUMN)

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