EASY512 MANUAL PDF

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Klockner Moeller EASY Programming Instructions

Basic Programming Figure 5 Circuit Diagram: Setting the Menu Language: Figure ezsy512 Activating P-Buttons: Output Q1 is energized when I1 is activated, and drops out if I1 is deactivated. The password may be any number from thru With a simple program they can count up to pulses per second Hz. This works for any type of contact, timers, counters, clocks, etc.

Figure 29 Figure 30 Figure 31 Password Protection: The Loads may be relay coils, small motors, lights, etc. A small memory “Card” is available which is used to store the program much in the way one would use a Floppy Disk.

The loads must all be 24 Volt DC operated, and you must observe polarity. The time count begins the moment the coil is activated, even if the coil remains activated. If the password appears as “” then no password is stored. This screen is not available if a password is set and “active”, you must enter the password first and deactivate it.

When the TT1 “trigger” coil is activated, the timer’s contacts switch on immediately. The Card may be plugged in when the unit is powered up. Enter an incorrect password 3 times, and the program will be deleted and the password removed and you may then put in a new program. Up to 8 Text Variables D1 thru D8 can be defined, each of up to 12 characters. More specific information appears in the next section below.

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This way the programmer need not travel to the job-site to make program changes. Changing or viewing the program. If you forget your password, there is no “back door” into the unit: Figure 10 Fill in any missing “wires” and you’re done!

You may not use the latching coil AND the normal coil of the same relay in the same circuit diagram.

The units can be set to “retain” or “remember” the value of various functions thru a power-down and resume running exactly where they left off when powered-up again. This is used to set system defaults and startup behavior. Siemens Sirius and Klockner Moeller Eaton stocking distributor: Figure 26 “if” Jumps: Note that the screen is 4 columns wide, which allows for 3 contacts plus one coil on the right. Mmanual 44 Connecting Transistor Outputs: Another pulse to the TT1 coil while the time is already running will mxnual the time count and continue running.

Moeller EASY512 Manuals

A pulse will latch the relay in, then mankal later pulse will reset it back out. Here is a program using a timer. Wiring for Series DC units is identical.

Below that the “S” indicates “seconds”. Input I2 activates the “reset” timer coil which will rest the time count back down to zero, if desired.

This caution applies to all types of relays, counters, timers, etc. Now use the cursor disk to move to the left, to the 2nd position, right next to the I1 symbol.

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Moeller EASY Manuals

The Memory Card provides a convenient way to update a program and send the Card to an untrained person in the field for installation. Shown is a pushbutton on Input I2 and a limit manuap on Input I4.

As the clocks run continually, there is no “activation coil”, one merely inserts the clock contact ” ” in the diagram as needed.

Press “P ON” to activate. Changing unprotected relay function parameters. Inputs are sometimes subject to “contact bounce” from pushbuttons or other input devices, which may cause a momentary “chatter” in some circuits.

Figure 27 Text-Display Variables: This simple program has only one function: These are handy internal relays which can be used as memory or to extend a row if more than 3 contacts are needed such as in the ILLEGAL example shown at the left. Timers need parameters set for on-delay or off-delay, time, etc. The manuql can be stopped by activating the reset coil RT1, however it will resume blinking if the reset coil is deactivated.

This load serves to drain the charge from the sensor when it wants to indicate the “low” state. This screen begins as a blank, and you type in your desired program. Simply move to any contact on your diagramm and press OK to select it. Wiring for Series units with transistor outputs are identical.

Figure 20 Clock Controllers ” “: If a password is set but not activated, then the password is stored in memory but is not used.