Able Planet 620DuN user manual

User manual for the device Able Planet 620DuN

Device: Able Planet 620DuN
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Date of adding : 2013-09-07 19:19:25
Number of pages: 112
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620DuN / 620Du pumps
1 Declaration of conformity 3 18.4 Pump I/D 37
2 Declaration of incorporation 3 18.5 Baud 38
3 Five-year warranty 3 18.6 Stop bits 38
4 When you unpack your pump 4 18.7 Xon/Xoff 38
5 Information for returning pumps 5 18.8 Flow units 39
6 Peristaltic pumps - an overview 5 18.9 Run time 40
7 Safety notes 6 18.10 Outputs 40
8 Pump specifications 8 18.11 Remote stop 42
8.1 Pressure capability 12 18.12 Auto-re

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22.13 Supply voltages 64 29.8 620RE, 620RE4 and 620R 22.14 RS485 input 65 tube element or 23 Automatic control wiring continuous tube removal 91 without the 620N module 66 29.9 620RE, 620RE4 and 620R 23.1 Speed: analogue input 1 68 maintenance 91 23.2 Scaling: analogue input 2 69 29.10 620RE, 620RE4 and 620R 23.3 Speed: analogue output 70 CIP and SIP 94 23.4 Tachometer frequency 29.11 620RE, 620RE4 and 620R output 70 pumphead spares 95 23.5 Run/stop input 71 30 620RE, 620RE4 and 620R 23.6

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DuN, Du 1 Declaration of conformity This declaration was issued for Watson-Marlow 620DuN and 620Du pumps on September 19, 2005. When this pump unit is used as a stand-alone pump it complies with: Machinery Directive 98/37/EC, Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EC, EMC Directive 89/336/EC. This pump is ETL listed: ETL control number 3050250. Cert to CAN/CSA std C22.2 No 61010-1. Conforms to UL std 61010A-1. See 8 Pump specifications. DuN, Du 2 Declaration of incorporation When this pump unit is to be in

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Conditions of and specific exceptions to the above warranty are: Conditions  Products must be returned by pre-arrangement, carriage-paid, to Watson- Marlow, or a Watson-Marlow approved service centre.  All repairs or modifications must have been made by Watson-Marlow Limited, or a Watson-Marlow approved service centre or with the express permission of Watson-Marlow.  Warranties purporting to be on behalf of Watson-Marlow made by any person, including representatives of Watson-Marlow, its subs

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up, voltage selection and fuse inspection and then re-affixed before the pump is operated.  The designated mains power lead for your pump  PC-readable CDROM containing these operating instructions  Quick Start manual Note: Some versions of this product will include components different from those listed above. Check against your purchase order. Storage This product has an extended shelf life. However, care should be taken after storage to ensure that all parts function correctly. Users

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finger and sliding it along: fluid is expelled from one end of the tube while more is drawn in at the other. Animal digestive tracts function in a similar way. Suitable applications Peristaltic pumping is ideal for most fluids, including viscous, shear-sensitive, corro- sive and abrasive fluids, and those containing suspended solids. They are especial- ly useful for pumping operations where hygiene is important. Peristaltic pumps operate on the positive displacement principle. They are parti

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Fundamental work with regard to lifting, transportation, installation, starting-up, maintenance and repair should be per- formed by qualified personnel only. The unit must be isolated from mains power while work is being carried out. work. In the UK this person should also be familiar with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. There are moving parts inside the pumphead. Before opening the tool- unlockable fixed guard (620R) or tool-unlockable track (620L), ensure that the following safety dire

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8 Pump specifications Labels fixed to the rear of the pump contain manufacturer and contact details, prod- DuN uct reference number, serial number and model details. DuN, Du The same information is carried on the drive’s backplate, accessible when the 620N module is removed. The picture below is how a 620Du looks from the box. The num- ber of connectors varies according to the model. 620DuN, IP66 NEMA 4X model and 620Du, IP31 model This pump can be controlled from the keypad or remotely. It feat

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Outputs A 0-10V, 4-20mA or 0-1478Hz output signal provides feedback of the pump speed. There are four relay status outputs which can be configured in software for a variety of pump parameters. MemoDose Allows repeat dosing. Stores in memory a pulse count from the motor. This count is repeated each time START is pressed to provide a single-shot dose. Calibration Full calibration with default figures for a range of pumpheads and tubes. Calibration dose facility. Serial communications Full pump

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Pump specifications Control range (turndown ratio) 0.1-265rpm (2650:1) Supply voltage/frequency Filtered 100-120V/200-240V 50/60Hz 1ph ±10% of nominal voltage. A well regulated electrical mains supply is Maximum voltage fluctuation required along with cable connections conforming to the best practice of noise immunity Installation category II (overvoltage category) Power consumption 250VA Full load current <1.1A at 230V; <2.2A at 115V Eprom version Accessible through pump software IP6

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Standards Safety of machinery—electrical equipment of machines: BS EN 60204-1 Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use: BS EN 61010-1 incorporating A2 Category 2, Pollution degree 2 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP code): BS EN 60529 amendments 1 and 2 Conducted emissions: BS EN 55011 A1 and A2, Class A, called by BS EN 61000-6-4 Radiated emissions: BS EN 55011 A1 and A2, Class A, called by BS EN 61000-6-4 Electrostatic dischar

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8.1 Pressure capability 0-4 bar higher pressure pumping This pump’s default running speed is 165rpm. It can be run at any speed up to 265rpm. Please note, however:  The 620RE and 620RE4 rotor warranty is limited to 2 bar from 165rpm to 265rpm.  A warning is displayed when the user sets the speed above 165rpm. Note: Applies to 620RE MarkII and 620RE4 MarkII pumpheads only. (The 620LG is not limited).  The pump’s software records the duration of operation above 165rpm. 0-2 bar pressure pumping

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8.2 Dimensions Unit weights Drive only + 620R, 620RE + 620RE4 + 620L, 620LG IP31 16.5kg, 36lb 6oz 19.6kg, 43lb 3oz 20.1kg, 44lb 5oz 24.3kg, 53lb 9oz IP66 NEMA 4X 17.4kg, 38lb 6oz 20.5kg, 45lb 3oz 21.0kg, 46lb 5oz 25.2kg, 55lb 9oz Watson-Marlow 620DuN and 620Du User Manual 13

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DuN, Du 9 Good pump installation practice 9.1 General recommendations Position A correctly engineered installation will promote long tube life. Site the pump on a flat, horizontal, rigid surface, free from excessive vibration, to ensure correct lubri- cation of the gearbox. Allow a flow of air around the pump to ensure that heat can be dissipated. Ensure that the temperature around the pump does not exceed 40C. Do not stack other 620 pumps on top of this pump. It is, however, acceptable to stack

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9.2 Do’s and do not’s Do not build a pump into a tight location without adequate airflow around the pump. Do ensure that when the 620N watertight module is fitted the seals are intact and properly located. Ensure that the holes for cable glands are properly sealed to main- tain the IP66 / NEMA 4X rating. Do not strap the control and mains power cables together. Do keep delivery and suction tubes as short and direct as possible - though ideally not shorter than 1m - and follow the straightest

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

DuN, Du 10 Connecting this product to a power supply A well regulated electrical mains supply is required along with cable connections conforming to the best practice of noise immunity. It is not recommended to site these drives alongside “dirty” electrical mains supplies such as 3-phase contactors and inductive heaters without special attention being paid to unacceptable mains-borne noise. The voltage selector is mounted in the switchplate at the rear of the pump, protected from water by the

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Input line fusing: type T5A H 250V 20mm time-delayed cartridge fuse, located in a fuseholder in the centre of the switchplate at the rear of the pump. Power interruption: This pump has an auto-restart feature which, when active, will restore the pump to the operating state it was in when power was lost. See 18.12 Auto-restart. Stop / start power cycles: Do not power up/power down for more than 100 starts per hour, whether manually or by means of the auto-restart facility. We recommend remote c

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 When the language is chosen this menu will not appear again and all menus will appear in the language you chose. (Language can be reset as described later. See 18.19 Language.)  The pump displays the Watson-Marlow start-up screen for four seconds, followed by the pump model identity screen for four seconds, and then the manual mode main screen.  The rotation symbol on the display indicates clockwise rotation. The default speed setting is 165rpm, but 265rpm is available (see 18.13 Set maxi

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DuN, Du 13 Switching the pump on in subsequent power cycles (if not in auto-restart mode)  Switch on the power supply at the rear of the pump. The pump runs a power- on test to confirm proper functioning of the memory and hardware. If a fault is found, an error message is displayed. See 26.1 Error codes.  The pump displays the Watson-Marlow start-up screen for four seconds followed by the pump model identity screen for four seconds, and then the manual mode main screen.  Note: Once in th

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DuN, Du 14 Manual operation 14.1 Keypad functions All settings and functions of the pump in manual mode are set and controlled by means of key-presses. Immediately after the start-up display sequence detailed above, the manual mode main screen will be displayed. The currently selected rota- tion direction is indicated on the display by a clockwise or counter-clockwise seg- mented arrow. If an exclamation mark ( ! ) shows, it indicates that Auto-restart is on. If a padlock icon ( ) shows, it ind

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