Editor Manual – this is the software for programming the PLC we use in our process controller
A more comprehensive way to explain this
A better manual than you get from AVG
If you have one of our Side Gripper Robot Tools, this is the manual for that tool
Kawasaki CP300L 4-Axis Robot up to 1700 Moves per Hour w/250kg load and 10 foot reach
Kawasaki E03 Regenerative Controller
Kawasaki Teach Pendant and 10m cables
48 inch x 48 inch Robot Base and mounting bolts
BTS 4-Zone Side Gripper EOAT
2ea 52 x 58 Pallet Pocket with sensors for 42×48 inch pallet
4 Stacking Configurations pre-programmed
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Optional 60 x 36 Live Roller or Slider Bed Variable Speed Buffer conveyor
Optional 60 x 36 Live Roller or Slider Bed Variable Speed Pick Conveyor
Optional Advanced VFD for Buffer and Pick Conveyor
Optional BTS C100 Integration PC Controller with 7.4 Color HMI
Optional 2nd Safety Access Gate
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Most of what we deal with here at BTS is 24vdc Controls. Operating inductive loads on our PLC Outputs such as relays can shorten the life of the PLC if you do not use a freewheel diode to mitigate the arc caused by the collapsing field of the magnet in the relay.
When you open the PLC “switch”, there is an ARC as induction creates a reverse voltage. The ARC does not want to go towards the 0vdc so it heads for the PLC Output. Often it can be larger than the supplied voltage.
Put in a Freewheeling Diode and rather than an arc at the switch, the excess voltage travels around the relay circuit.
If you are using a PLC to operate the Relay or other inductive load, the excess voltages can damage the Output Transistor or relay in the PLC. In a PLC, a spike in voltage from the Inductive Load such as a relay, transformer, indicator lamp, etc. can damage the PLC Output.
Atlas COPCO uses this motor in their air compressors to run the fan. But ZIEHL-ABEGG does not label the motor leads.
In fact this motor is discontinued but we have experience in this particular motor
The motor leads are colored – so you would have to guess what way they hookup
This is my best guess and it has worked on the motors I have labeled
It is a typical 6-lead motor but for the colors used
All of our C100 controllers are able to be upgraded with a USB Stick or MicroSD card. How to do this is shown in this user manual.