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Operator manual (part 1 ) Sedomat 3500 / 5000
Full automatic dyeing machine controller with windows technique For discontinuous machines

Product numbers .... A9020901, -902, -92, -93, -96, -971 Product version ....... For discontinuous machines Software version ..... 1.62 Manual number ...... A00252 (A00232+A00233+A00234) Revision .................. 00 Date ........................ December 2000

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SEDOMAT 3500 and 5000 for discontinuous machines, with windows technique with following part numbers: A902092, A902093, A9020901, A9020902. See the D†‡hyyh‡v‚ÃhqÆr…‰vprÀhˆhyÃ"à  Ãfor a product overview and specifications.
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The SEDOMAT 3500 and 5000 controllers are delivered with three manuals. They separate the information in three user groups. Each manual has an icon on the front page for easy identification of the user group:

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Operator manual Supervisor manual Installation and service

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The user of a certain level should be familiar with the information provided in a lower level.

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Introduction and basic operating principles for all users. Describes tasks that are usually done by the operator, such as: • Entering batches and run programs. • Interventions. • Alarms and messages. • History (consult logged data) Describes in detail the creation of dye programs and other tasks that are usually done by the supervisor, such as: • The use of memory cards. • Access codes. • Settings. Contains all information for installation and connection of a configured SEDOMAT. The service section covers a trouble-shooting table, a description of the boards and service instructions.

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• • • • • • • • • Read the manuals and all safety instructions before using the equipment. Follow all safety and operating instructions precisely. Retain all documentation for future reference. Adhere to all warnings on the equipment and in the documentation. The installation and service of the equipment should only be performed by qualified personnel being familiar with all safety checks, installation and service guidelines. If the equipment does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance, refer to qualified personnel. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove covers. No operator serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing and installation to qualified personnel only. Take care not to hit on the display and keyboard with a heavy or sharp object.

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The examples used in this manual are created for illustrative purpose only and should not be used in practice. The names for functions and paths, the function icons and parameters, and several other settings are part of the configuration, defined by the machine constructor.

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Safety information to prevent personal injury. Safety information to prevent damage to equipment.

Important operating and/or service instructions. Useful hints and tips.

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SEDOMASTER related topics. Users who do not have a host computer with SEDOMASTER software ignore these topics. Topics related to the optional barcode reader. Users who do not have a reader should ignore these topics.

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2.1 2.2
2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4

Status area............................................................................................................. 4 Dialog area............................................................................................................ 5
Machine view ......................................................................................................... 5 Program view .......................................................................................................... 5 Function view ......................................................................................................... 6 History view ........................................................................................................... 7

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Function key area.................................................................................................. 7

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Program status LED.............................................................................................. 9 Keyboard ............................................................................................................ 10

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4.3.1 4.3.2 4.3.3 4.3.4 4.3.5 4.3.6 4.3.7 4.3.8 4.3.9 4.3.10 4.3.11

Basic elements .................................................................................................... 11 Pop-up menus ..................................................................................................... 12 Dialog boxes and windows................................................................................. 13
Window types ........................................................................................................... 13 Cursor ....................................................................................................................... 14 Navigating................................................................................................................. 14 Closing a dialog box.................................................................................................. 14 Single selection list window ...................................................................................... 15 Multi-selection list window ....................................................................................... 15 Numerical edit window ............................................................................................. 16 Alphanumerical edit window..................................................................................... 16 Combo window ......................................................................................................... 18 Info windows ............................................................................................................ 19 User keys................................................................................................................... 19

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Shortcut keys ...................................................................................................... 20 Access codes ................................................................................................... 22

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F1 - View menu .............................................................................................. 23 F2 - Interventions ........................................................................................... 24 F3 - Program ................................................................................................... 24 F4 - Edit .......................................................................................................... 25 F5 - Info .......................................................................................................... 25 F6 - Backup .................................................................................................... 26 F7 - Settings .................................................................................................... 26

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Batches................................................................................................................ 27 Entering batches on the SEDOMAT .............................................................. 28
Manually................................................................................................................... 28 By barcode ................................................................................................................ 29

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Fetching batches from SEDOMASTER

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Manually................................................................................................................... 30 Automatically............................................................................................................ 30 By barcode ................................................................................................................ 31 Remarks .................................................................................................................... 31

6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7
6.7.1 6.7.2 6.7.3 6.7.4

Check current batch ........................................................................................ 32 Dye program ....................................................................................................... 33 Program view ................................................................................................. 33 Starting a batch ................................................................................................... 34
Status area ................................................................................................................. 34 Program view ........................................................................................................ 35 Machine view ....................................................................................................... 36 Function view ....................................................................................................... 37

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Browsing............................................................................................................. 37 Detail view.......................................................................................................... 38 In case of an Operator call .............................................................................. 39 Operator intervention.......................................................................................... 40 Question parameters ........................................................................................... 41 Master/slave operation........................................................................................ 42 

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Difference between halt and stop........................................................................ 43 Halt ................................................................................................................. 44 Stop ................................................................................................................. 45 Browsing during a stop....................................................................................... 45
Sequence pointer vs. cursor ....................................................................................... 45 Purpose ..................................................................................................................... 46

7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8 7.9 7.10 7.11

Restart after a stop .............................................................................................. 47 Change function ............................................................................................. 47 Function on/off ............................................................................................... 49 Interrupt program ........................................................................................... 50 Abort batch ..................................................................................................... 51 Stop declarations ............................................................................................ 51 Administration data ........................................................................................ 53

7.10.1 Entering stop declarations manually.......................................................................... 51 7.10.2 Entering stop declarations by barcode ....................................................................... 52 7.11.1 Entering administration data manually ...................................................................... 53 7.11.2 Entering administration data by barcode.................................................................... 54

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Status area ................................................................................................................. 55 Alarms dialog box..................................................................................................... 56 Deleting alarms ......................................................................................................... 56 User alarms ............................................................................................................... 56 Alarms caused by PLC (A33 to A40, A50 to A55) .................................................... 57 Alarms caused by SEDOMAT (A65 to A96)............................................................. 59 Resetting SEDOMAT................................................................................................ 61

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History initialization ........................................................................................... 64 History view ................................................................................................... 64 Select batch ..................................................................................................... 66 Zooming and scrolling........................................................................................ 67 Values and events ....................................................................................... 68 

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This part describes the new version for users who are already familiar with the nonwindows version of the SEDOMAT 3500.

The goal for the new concept was to increase the user friendliness and the look. The user interface now is based on €rˆ†, qvhy‚tÃi‚‘r† and vp‚† and is similar to MSWindows, used on today’s personal computers, making the SEDOMAT 3500 more interactive than before.

Each sˆp‡v‚Ãxr’ (in version 0.xx these were called softkeys) opens a €rˆ.à Selecting an item in this menu executes immediately a task or first opens a qvhy‚tÃi‚‘. A dialog box gives a clear overview of all relevant information, parameters and selections and lets the operator fill in and check everything before accepting the dialog box. Furthermore, the menu tree is reorganized. The function key area and menus have the same contents in all screens. Menu-items are disabled when they are not relevant in a certain situation. This fixed menu structure helps the operator to memorize the location of each menu-item.

Each function key, menu-item, function, process parameter, etc. is represented by an . Icons are self-explaining and visualize the adjacent text. For function keys, only an icon is shown. Pressing the function key will show the adjacent text on top of the opened menu. Icons allow operators speaking different languages to use the controller without having to select another language first. Furthermore, the icons are compatible with the SEDOMAT 1500 and SEDOMAT 600. The definition of the icons representing functions and parameters is part of the configuration.
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Compared to version 0.xx, following items have also been changed: • Programming paths Feedback from our customers told us that the fourth programming path wasn’t often used and so decided to limit the default number of parallel paths to three. This results in a clearer structured screen and important increase of speed. However, for users who still want four paths, the SEDOMAT parameter 6 (PROGR.PATHS) can be changed. • Status area The position in the dye program curve is shown in the status area. Furthermore, two process parameters have been added, bringing the total number to six. • Display backlighting save mode When no keys are pressed for ±2 minutes, the brightness of the screen is halved. This increases the lifetime of the backlighting lamp. • Speed There is a considerable increase of speed making working with the SEDOMAT 3500 more pleasant. • Security Each menu-item can be secured with an operator or a supervisor code. • Barcode An optional barcode reader can be used to scan data to fill in alphanumerical windows and to scan formatted barcodes to execute a command such as a stop declaration.

These latest improvements on the previous generation SEDOMAT 3500 are of course also implemented: • MS-DOS-compatible memory card. • Access only via code. • History: batch oriented. • Events logging.

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For the service engineer, there is also the Tr…‰vprÉvr giving an overview of the PLCs in- and outputs, functions, parameters and information.

and or and . To change the display brightness, press Attention: this is only possible in the HhpuvrÉvr. Remark: the display brightness decreases automatically after ±2 minutes no keyboard activity.

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The status area is always updated in real time, no matter what is displayed in the dialog area. The status area shows following information:
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The status icon indicating the status of the program: Running Stopped Halted The status icon of the master additionally shows "2" in case of coupled SEDOMATs. The status icon of the slave only shows the color in case of coupled SEDOMATs.

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Batch identification. An icon indicating the status of the batch: = batch loaded = batch started = batch finished no icon = no batch loaded. Program number and name. The program steps in the main path, which is active and contains the sequence pointer. For the second path, only an icon represents the active program step. The icon for the active program step in the third path. When the SEDOMAT is to operate with four paths, there will be another icon representing the active program step in the fourth path:

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9. Alarms, local messages or PLC messages. See also 8.1.1. 10. Maximum 6 most important process-values. 11. The first logged numerical info is displayed. Usually, this is the dye program curve (temperature vs. time). See also 9.2.

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During program run, the HhpuvrÉvr (see above) visualizes in real time the status of the dyeing process by filling the symbols for the machine parts with a certain color. The view is not updated when a dialog box is on top of it. Examples of what can be shown are the filling of a tank, the activation of valves, the movement of the cover of a tank, the temperature of the liquid (blue or red). Furthermore, process values measured in the machine are displayed on the exact location in the machine drawing on the screen. 

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This view shows in real time the active program functions in the three (see first picture) or four (see second picture) parallel paths of the running program. The view is not updated when a dialog box is on top of it. The screen shows up to seven program lines. The program line in the magnified area (1) shows all function parameters, the other program lines only show the first two parameters (3-path mode) or the first parameter (4-path mode). A detail view allows seeing all parameters in detail: see 6.9. As the program advances, the program lines are shifted up. The operator can interfere in the running program and for example continue the program on another line or change the function parameters. The blue rectangle (2) is the cursor. An active function is on a green background (3). Magenta pointers (4) show the position of the program sequencers.

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This view shows the status of main, parallel and data functions. The function icon, name and status are listed. The status box is filled red for to indicate an active function.

See also 6.7.4.

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The Cv†‡‚…’Évr shows up to four numerical or logical values that indicate the course of the dye program (1). Furthermore, events such as program start/stop, alarms, function events can be visualized (2).

The history is batch-oriented (3). This means that the operator can select a previous batch out of the list of recorded batches. When the Cv†‡‚…’Évr is selected, the history of the current active batch is displayed.

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This area shows eight buttons that can contain an icon. The icon visualizes the functionality of the function key that is located under it. If no icon is present, the function key has no function. When the screen shows one of the five main views, the function keys to open a menu. Function key opens the Pƒr…h‡‚…Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘.

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The front panel consists of the keyboard (1), the LCD-display (2) and the program status LED (3).

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A qvhy‚tÃi‚‘ allows the operator to enter or change data related with a subject. The top line (1) of the dialog box shows the subject name and the corresponding icon. The data is displayed by means of vq‚†. Windows can be grouped (2) to show the relationship between each other. Selected data has a blue border. When a dialog box is on the screen, the standard function keys and pop-up menus are inactive. Some function keys get another function within the dialog box. In this example, is used for the action button @‘rpˆ‡r.

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Lists data from which items can be selected. If only one item can be selected, we call it a †vtyr†ryrp‡v‚Ãyv†‡Ãvq‚. If more than one item can be selected, we call it a €ˆy‡v†ryrp‡v‚Ãyv†‡Ãvq‚. A blue border indicates all selections. Used to enter or change values. The value can be numerical or alphanumerical, so we have ˆ€r…vphyÃrqv‡Ãvq‚†Ãand hyƒuhˆ€r…vphyÃrqv‡Ãvq‚†.

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(4):

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(5): Are the same as single-selection list windows, but take less space in the dialog box. These windows do not contain changeable data. They provide information for the operator and ask operator’s acknowledge.

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(6):

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The use of the keys in each type of window type is explained in 4.3.5 up to 4.3.10. Depending on the situation, some windows are disabled and displayed in light gray (7). Each dialog box contains one or more hp‡v‚Ãiˆ‡‡‚† (8). These are used to execute an action upon the entered data. 

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The pˆ…†‚… (9) indicates the window that is selected. When opening a dialog box, the cursor is located on the first active window, or when there are no editable windows, on the first action button. The selected window is highlighted (white text on a blue background). 

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The operator can navigate between windows and action buttons using the arrow keys. The left arrow key moves to the previous window and the right arrow key to the next window. Pressing on the last window moves to the first window of the dialog box and pressing on the first window moves to the last window of the dialog box.

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The up and down arrow keys also move to the previous respectively next window, except when a list window or an opened combo window is selected. 

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To close and execute the filled-in dialog box, navigate the cursor to the action button Px and press . If the contents of the dialog box are accepted, the task is executed and the original screen is redrawn. It is also possible to press the indicated function key to close the dialog box.

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A dialog box can entirely be canceled with

K.

The screen partially hidden by a dialog box is not updated as long as there is a dialog box.

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This type of window shows a list of selectable items on the screen. Only one item can be selected. The item that is selected is highlighted.

selected item

+ and , * or ) J H++ or H+, 

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Browse to the desired item. Pressing on the last item of the list moves the cursor to the beginning of the list. When the list is longer than the displayed items, on the last item shows the next page (similar for the key).

+

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Select the indicated item and go to the next or previous window. Select the indicated item and go to the next window. Jump to the next or previous page.

Remark: in numbered lists, an item can be selected fast by typing the corresponding number (preceded by ).

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Such window shows a list of selectable items on the screen. One or more items can be selected. The items that are selected have a blue border.

selected items

+ and , J * or ) H++ or H+,

Browse to the desired item. Pressing on the last item of the list moves the cursor to the beginning of the list. When the list is longer than what is displayed, pressing on the last item shows the next page (similar for the key).

+

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Select the indicated item. (Does not go to the next window as with single selection windows, except when on the last item.)

Browse to the following item that is needed and press

J to select, and so on.

Go to the next or previous window when all required items are selected. Jump to the next or previous page.

Remark: in numbered lists, an item can be selected fast by typing the corresponding number (preceded by ).

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These windows can only be filled with numerical values, with or without a decimal separator.

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Numerical keys. When the window already contained a value, this value is deleted when a new value is entered. Decimal point. A thousands-separator is not used. Delete the last entered digit or decimal point Go to the next window. Go to the previous window.

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This type of window is used to enter text and/or digits. The number of characters is automatically limited. Characters are entered by selecting them from a character entry grid; digits are entered with the numerical keypad. There are two types of character entry grids: one for the first language (English alphabet and some punctuation marks) and one for the second language (special characters, such as accented characters or Chinese characters). Whether the first language or the second language is used (SEDOMAT parameter 7, LANGUAGE CON). The maximum number of characters for an alphanumerical edit window, stated in the manuals, is for first language characters. When all characters are second language characters, the maximum number of characters is halved.

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When the window already contained text or digits, these are deleted when new text or digits are entered.

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When parameter 7 is set to the first language:

The cursor is the blue character. To select a character from the character entry grid:

,, *, ) and , Browse to the desired character. Keeping one of these keys pressed moves the blue cursor fast. J Copy the character indicated by the blue cursor. î Delete the last entered character. K( ) Remove the character entry grid.
When parameter 7 is set to the second language:

The cursor is the blue character. To select a character from the character entry grid:

{…ì Select one of the character sets 1…6. Only the dark gray buttons can be used. ,, *, ) and , Browse to the desired character. Keeping one of these keys pressed moves the blue cursor fast. J Copy the character indicated by the blue cursor. î Delete the last entered character. ú Remove the character entry grid.
Remark: the number of second language character grids and their contents depends on the configuration.
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Backspace. When the window was empty: Deletes the last entered character. When the window was not empty: The first keypress enters the delete/append modus. Nothing is deleted. The next keypress deletes the last entered character. During the delete/append modus, it is possible to append characters at the end of the window.

+ or * or J , or )

Jump to the next window and accept the entered text. Jump to the previous window and accept the entered text.

Each alphanumerical edit window can be filled in by reading an unformatted barcode with a barcode reader. Refer to the specifications of unformatted barcodes in the D†‡hyyh‡v‚ÃhqÆr…‰vprÀhˆhyÃ"Ã! ". 

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This kind of windows is similar to single selection list windows, but only the selected item from the list of items is visible. The list can be opened to select an item, and after closing the list, the selected item is displayed.

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Open the combo window.

When the combo window is open:

+ or , K( ) * or J ) + or * , or )

Browse to the next or previous item. Pressing on the last item moves the cursor to the first item (similar for the key).

+

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Confirm the selected item and close the window. Confirm the selected item, close the window and go to the next window. Confirm the selected item, close the window and go to the previous window

Go to the next window. Go to the previous window.

Remark: in numbered lists, an item can be selected fast by typing the corresponding number (preceded by ).

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When the controller needs to draw the user’s attention or when user’s input is required, a special dialog box is shown. Read the message and confirm or answer by pressing the when the corresponding action button is corresponding function key or by pressing highlighted. Some examples:

J

A simple message box:

A message box with progress indication:

A confirmation box: 

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Function key opens a special kind of dialog box containing action buttons to be used by the operator to confirm certain actions like “product added” (example: see 6.11). The
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. There are maximum four

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User keys can be switched on or off using the corresponding function keys. There are three operation types: • • • Handshake: Switch: Key: The user key is switched on by pressing the corresponding function key, and switched off by the PLC. The user key can be toggled on and off by pressing the corresponding function key The user key is switched on as long as the corresponding function key is pressed.

When a user key is switched on, it is displayed in red color. When the user key is switched off, it is gray. The contents of the Pƒr…h‡‚…Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘, and the type of user key are defined in the configuration. The maximum length of the user key text is 10 characters.

When a pop-up menu is drawn above a view, this view is no longer updated. 

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Toggles the view: Between the HhpuvrÉvr and the Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr. From the Aˆp‡v‚Ã‰vr to the HhpuvrÉvr. From the Cv†‡‚…’Évr to the HhpuvrÉvr. From the Tr…‰vprÉvr to the HhpuvrÉvr.

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To improve the readability of the screen:

H+, H++

Brightens the display. Darkens the display.

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This key brings the 8uhtrÃsˆp‡v‚Ãor ÃAˆp‡v‚Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ on the screen. Depending on the program status, certain actions can be done in this dialog box: • • • When the program is running, this dialog box shows detailed information about the selected function: see 6.9. No further actions are allowed. When the program has been halted, this dialog box allows changing the function parameters and to switched the function off or on. See 7.6. When the program has been stopped, this dialog box allows changing the function parameters. See 7.6.

When an Operator call occurred, and the ÃQ…‚t…h€Ã‰vr has been quit for some other action, this key brings back the Pƒr…h‡‚…ÃphyyÃqvhy‚t i‚‘ when returned to the ÃQ…‚t…h€Ã‰vr. See 6.10.

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After a stop: same as 7.4.2.

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Scroll the blue cursor 6 program lines down. The program line shown at the bottom is now shown on top. Scroll the blue cursor 6 program lines up. The program line shown at the top is now shown on bottom. Go to the last program line. Go to the first program line.

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This key brings the 8uhtrÃsˆp‡v‚Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ on the screen. See 7.6. Remark: this shortcut key is only active when the value of SEDOMAT parameter 21 (MAN.FUNCTION) is 1.

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J J

Toggles the See 9.5.

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on and off the screen.

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Brings the

on the screen. See D†‡hyyh‡v‚ÃhqÆr…‰vprÀhˆhyÃ"Ã" !.
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Inserts a new program function at the current cursor position. Brings the @qv‡Ãsˆp‡v‚Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ on the screen allowing modifying the function on the actual cursor position. Scroll the blue cursor 6 program lines down. The program line shown at the bottom is now shown on top. Scroll the blue cursor 6 program lines up. The program line shown at the top is now shown on bottom. Go to the last program line. Go to the first program line. 

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For security reasons, the supervisor can define for which menu options and views an access code is required. There are two code levels: operator level and supervisor level. When selecting a protected entry, the SEDOMAT asks for the code:

Enter the code and press

J.

Entering the code allows access to all menu options and views protected on that level. The access times out when there is no keyboard activity for ±2 minutes. Once a protected dialog box or view is opened, the access permission persists, even after long keyboard inactivity. When afterwards another protected menu or view is selected, the code has to be reentered.

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This section gives a short description of all menu-items, when they are active, and refers to the manual and chapter where they are Pƒr…h‡‚… is not listed in this menu structure, because this key calls the dialog box with the user keys. See described. Function key 6.13. The last column indicates when the menu-item is available. The access to each menu-item can be protected by an access code. This column shows the situation in which all menu-items are free accessible. The access permissions are defined by the supervisor: see Tˆƒr…‰v†‚… €hˆhyÃ!Ãpuhƒ‡r…Ã$ and 4.5 in this manual.

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When the controller is not already in the desired view.

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Service

5

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When the value of SEDOMAT parameter 22 (SERVICE VIEW) is 1.

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Halt 6.9 During an Operator call. When the
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When the dye program is running.

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Change function ..

3

(1)

Halts the running program. Recalls the Pƒr…h‡‚…ÃphyyÃqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ when the operator quit this dialog box without making a selection. To manipulate a function in the halted or stopped dye program.

is displayed.

Function on/off..

4

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When the Aˆp‡v‚Ã‰vrÃis displayed and the value of SEDOMAT parameter 21 (MAN.FUNCTION) is 1.

Set position

5

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Set line position

6

(1)

When the

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is displayed. When a batch is stopped.

Interrupt Abort batch..

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To change the sequencer position in a single path. To change the sequencer positions in all paths to the same program line. Interrupts the running program. Aborts a batch. 

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Current batch.. 6.2 6.4 2.1 2.7.1 2.7.2 2.5 Enter a next batch.

1

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6.2

To read or enter the data for current batch.

Second batch..

2

(1)

Always for reading the data. Entering data only when the controller is in stop-status. Always, except when a function in the next batch is started. When system parameter 19 (Barcode) is 1. Always.

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Edit program.. Copy program.. Delete program..

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Add addition..

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To check the entered batch number with the batch that is loaded into the machine. Edit an existing dye program, or create a new one. Create a new dye program from an existing one. Delete a dye program. Links one or more additional programs with the actual dye program.

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Insert.. 2.2.3 2.4.1 2.4.2 Only in theà 2.4.2 2.4.2 2.4.3

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Mark

4

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Insert a new program function at the current cursor . position. Shortcut key: + Modifies the parameters of the program function at . the current cursor position. Shortcut key: Deletes the program function at the current cursor position. Mark one or several program lines. Cuts the marked program line(s) and puts them in the paste-buffer. Puts the program line(s) from the paste-buffer into the program at the program cursor. The paste-buffer is not cleared. Returns to the situation before the last action (edit, delete, cut or paste). 

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Alarm..

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History..

2

(1)

Always.

PLC message.. Host message.. Stop declarations..

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Administration data..

6

(1)

Only when a HSDL board is inserted. Always.

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Version..

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Show and clear the active alarms. Select a recorded batch to view in the Cv†‡‚…’ ‰vr. Shows the last active PLC message. Shows the last active host message. Declare a stop reason and send it to SEDOMASTER. Enter administration data and send it to SEDOMASTER. Lists the versions of the SEDOMAT and PLC software and of the different configuration data.

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Configuration..

3

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All..

4

(2)

.

Format..

5

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Read, save and delete specific dye programs from and to memory card. Read, save and delete specific history data from and to memory card. Read, save and delete specific configuration data from and to memory card or backup memory. Read, save and delete all dye programs, history data or configuration data from and to memory card or backup memory. Format the memory card. 

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Access codes.. 3.2 0 2.7.1 2.8.4 3.3 3.4 PROFIBUS address setting. Dye-net address setting. Master/slave settings.

1

(2)

5.1

Always.

Sedomat parameters.. 2

(3)

Define which menu entries are protected with an access code and set the access codes. List and adapt the SEDOMAT parameters.

Bus addresses

3

(3) (3) (3)

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When the controller is in stop-status and only in the Tr…‰vprÉvr.

Tune values..

5

(3)

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Niveaumat.. History.. Service.. Clock..

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Setting the parameters for the PID controllers. Settings to tune slightly different machines with the same Instruction List. Calibration of linear and non-linear tanks. Set the logged curves to be displayed. Service settings. Set the internal date and time.

Always. Only in the Always.

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The SEDOMAT works with batches. Each batch has a q’rłt…h€ related to it and may be accompanied by ih‡puÃh…h€r‡r…† and ih‡puÃvs‚…€h‡v‚. The batch parameters allow that the same dye program is used for different filling levels or with different quantities of chemicals. The batch information has no influence on the dyeing process. This information is only used to provide additional data about the batch. The SEDOMAT can be loaded with two batches: the pˆ……r‡Ãih‡pu and the †rp‚q ih‡pu. While the current batch is running, the program for the second batch can already be loaded, allowing ƒh…hyyryÃsˆp‡v‚† in it to be activated. For example, the side tank can be filled from the moment that the tank is no longer needed for the current batch. Batches can be entered on the SEDOMAT or can be fetched from SEDOMASTER. SEDOMASTER allows planning of batches. Batches are moved from the second batch to the current batch when a program ends. This is illustrated with following tables. The first flowchart is for stand-alone SEDOMATs, the second flowchart is in case SEDOMASTER is used.
6p‡v‚ 8ˆ……r‡Ãih‡pu Trp‚qÃih‡pu

Enter batch 1 as current batch Start batch Enter batch 2 as second batch Current batch ends time Enter batch 3 as second batch

Batch 1 loaded Batch 1 running Batch 1 running Batch 2 loaded and started Batch 2 loaded Batch 2 loaded

Batch 3 loaded

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Next batch request Start batch Next batch request Current batch ends Next batch request

Batch 1 loaded Batch 1 running Batch 1 running Batch 2 loaded and started Batch 2 loaded Batch 3 loaded Batch 2 loaded

Batch 1

Batch 2

time

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The batch identification is obligatory and should be unique. The batch identification contains up to 12 characters and/or digits. Remark: The name and icon of this window is defined in the configuration. This is the default name. A program name is obligatory. Select the program from the program list. Remark: The name and icon of this window is defined in the configuration. This is the default name. Select the required parameter value from the list. Example: filling level. Select the required parameter value from the list. Batch parameter examples: personnel ID-number, color information, client reference, style. When no batch information is programmed in the configuration, then nothing is visible in this dialog box. These action buttons are only active when SEDOMASTER is used: see 6.3. Saves the entered data as the current batch, loads the selected program in the program buffer and shows the ÃQ…‚t…h€Ã‰vr. As long as the program is not started, all data can be changed. Quit this dialog box. Nothing will be saved.

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The second batch can already be defined while the current batch is running. To define the second batch, select the Q…‚t…h€ÃHrˆÃwith and then Trp‚qÃih‡pu ( ). The dialog box is similar to 8ˆ……r‡Ãih‡pu explained above.

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The data of the second batch can be changed as long as no parallel function of its program is activated. In case a filled-in Trp‚qÃih‡pu qvhy‚tÃi‚‘ is opened and closed again, the controller asks if the batch may be aborted and the old data may be replaced by the new data. 

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The barcode on the routing card is a formatted (*) barcode. It contains the instruction “Read batch”, followed by the batch identification. The length of the batch identification is maximum 12 characters. Example (CODE 128) with batch identification “012345678901”:

There should be no dialog box open on the screen. When the barcode is scanned, the SEDOMAT checks whether there is a batch active. If a batch is active, following dialog box appears:

When the operator cancels with active batch will not be aborted.

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When the operator confirms with `r†, or when no batch is active, the 8ˆ……r‡ ih‡puÃqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ is displayed. The scanned batch identification is filled in the Ã7h‡pu vq‚. The operator should now fill in the remaining windows as described in 6.2.1.

It is also possible to first call the with Q…‚t…h€ÃHrˆÃ and barcode.

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on the screen and then scan the

Trp‚qÃih‡pu

To scan the barcode for the second batch, open the Trp‚qÃih‡pu qvhy‚tÃi‚‘ with Q…‚t…h€ÃHrˆÃ and Trp‚qÃih‡puÃand scan the barcode. It will be filled in the Ã7h‡pu vq‚. The operator should fill in the remaining windows as described in 6.2.1.

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There are three ways to load a batch from the SEDOMASTER planning software into the SEDOMAT: 

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The operator uses the buttons 6†xÃIr‘‡ or in the Trp‚qÃih‡pu qvhy‚tÃi‚‘:

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The next planned batch as well as the required programs are fetched from SEDOMASTER. The SEDOMAT shows the fetching process in an info window:

Close this window with Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr.
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Used to fetch a particular batch from SEDOMASTER. This batch can be another than the next planned batch. First fill in the batch identification. The batch identification can be defined by SEDOMASTER as a batch number or production number. Then press ÃTryrp‡. The SEDOMAT shows the fetching process in an info window. Close this window with Px. The SEDOMAT will now show the Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr.

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The running program contains the special function I@YUÃ76U8C. When this function is executed, the next planned batch is loaded as second batch.

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There should be no dialog box open on the screen. When the barcode is scanned, the SEDOMAT checks whether there is a batch active. If a batch is active, following dialog box appears:

When the operator cancels with active batch will not be aborted.

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`r† the 8ˆ……r‡Ãih‡puÃqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ is When the operator confirms with displayed, the scanned batch identification is filled in the Ã7h‡pu vq‚ and the SEDOMAT automatically fetches the batch from SEDOMASTER (as if the ÃTryrp‡ was pressed). The SEDOMAT shows the fetching process in an info window. Close this Px. The SEDOMAT will now show the Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr. window with

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It is not possible to change the data of batches, loaded from SEDOMASTER. It is only possible to consult this data. When batch data has to be changed, unload the batch using SEDOMASTER, change it and reload it into the SEDOMAT. When a parallel function in the program of the second batch is activated, then this batch cannot be unloaded anymore, nor can it be overwritten with a new batch. The batch has to be aborted: see 7.9.

When the planning changes, i.e. another batch should come before the already loaded batch, unload the loaded batch using SEDOMASTER, change the planning and press the 6†xÃIr‘‡ button on the SEDOMAT to fetch the new batch into the SEDOMAT.
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When first a batch is fetched into the Trp‚qÃih‡pu qvhy‚tÃi‚‘, and then a batch is fetched into theà 8ˆ……r‡Ãih‡pu qvhy‚tÃi‚‘, the order of these two batches will be different from what initially was planned on SEDOMASTER.

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This menu-item is used to compare the current batch number with the barcode on the routing card. The barcode on the routing card is a formatted (*) barcode. It contains the instruction “Check batch”, followed by the batch identification. The length of the batch identification is maximum 12 characters. Example (CODE 128) with batch identification “012345678901”:

Scan the barcode on the routing card. The SEDOMAT will automatically bring the 8‚€ƒh…rÃih‡puÁˆ€ir… qvhy‚tÃi‚‘ on the screen and compare the barcode with the current batch number (local). The result is indicated in the dialog box:

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A dye program consists of a sequence of functions that are executed. Most functions have parameters. For example, the function S@BVG6UDPI has the parameters UDH@, U@HQ@S6UVS@ and BS69D@IU. The function and the parameters are represented by an icon: a large icon for the function, small icons for the function parameters:

3-path mode:

or 4-path mode:

When the function is not in the magnified area, only the two first function parameters are shown in 3-path mode, and the first function parameter in 4-path mode: 3-path mode: or 4-path mode:

The dye program is divided in three (default) or four paths. The left path always controls the main dyeing process. The other parallel paths usually control the side tanks and the dye kitchen. Each path contains functions applying to the corresponding tank. A program is executed line by line. All functions on a program line are executed simultaneously. When a line is finished, i.e. the SEDOMAT received an acknowledgement from the PLC for all functions on the line, then the next line is executed. For some functions, an acknowledgement that the previous function is done, is not required, so the SEDOMAT will not wait to execute it. This way, it is possible that in the same path, two functions are active at the same time. Example: during the filling of the dye kitchen, the operator is called to add dyestuff. Each path has a †r„ˆrprÂv‡r… pointing to the function being executed or pointing to the function that will be executed next. Sequence pointers are magenta. A program always contains special functions that control the flow of the program. These functions do not perform any action on the dyeing machine. These functions are green. Examples: QSPBTU6SU, G67@GAVI8U, EVHQ,à ÃQSPB@I9. 

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When the batch data is saved, the program is ready to start. The status area shows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The red “program stopped” icon. The batch identification. The number and name of the program loaded for the batch. The icon indicating a loaded batch. The actual measured process-values. The status area is always visible and updated in real time.

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The

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6. The function-timers in all paths are zero. 7. The loaded program with the first function in the magnified area. 8. Magenta pointers on the first line of each path.
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There are four ways a batch can be started: • The operator presses the green key on the SEDOMAT. • When the current batch ends, the second batch becomes the current one and is started automatically. • SEDOMASTER automatically starts a batch according the planning. • A batch is started manually on SEDOMASTER. Once a program is running, the contents of the 8ˆ……r‡Ãih‡puÃqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ can no longer be changed, but only be consulted. Also the Trp‚qÃih‡pu qvhy‚t i‚‘ is disabled for changes if it contains parallel functions that are already active. A batch has to be aborted and reentered to change: see 7.9.

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When a program is started, the status area shows: 1. 2. 3. 4. The green “program started” icon. The batch identification. The number and name of the program loaded for the batch. The icon , indicating a started batch.
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5. 6. 7. 8.

The actual measured process-values. Alarms and messages when active. See 8.1. The curve of the first logged numerical info. See also chapter 9. The active function in the paths. For path 2, 3 and 4, only the icon is shown.

The status area is always visible and updated in real time.
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This view shows the loaded dye program. Algorithms are replaced by values when the function is activated. Question parameters remain question parameters: see 6.12. The 1. 2.
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uses three colors: : Active function.

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Points the location of the program sequencer in each path. A horizontal line is shown when the sequencer is located on a program line below the screen. 3.
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The cursor normally points the main function located in the magnifier. When the operator browses in the program, the position of the cursor changes. See 6.7.4.

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Furthermore, following items are shown: 4. 5. 6. The function-timer of a path shows the total execution time of the active function in the path. The timers resets when a new function starts. The line number on which the program sequencer is located. The sequence pointer of the main function is located in the magnifier. 

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The HhpuvrÉvr visualizes in real time the machine and its components. The synoptic is not updated when a dialog box is on top of it. The example below shows following information: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. A picture of the machine components. The filling level of a tank. Valves. Inlets and outlets. Pumps. Measured values close to the position where they are measured.

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The symbols and colors used in the machine synoptic are defined by the machine constructor. The picture below is an example and the symbols and colors are in no case a standard.

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This view shows the first 20 of the 25 main, parallel and data functions. Special functions are not shown. The function icon, name and status are listed. The status box is filled red to indicate an active function. Press 5 times

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To quit this dialog box without action, press

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The operator can browse in the running program without stopping it. Browsing is useful to see the part of the program that is not shown on the screen, e.g. in order to locate which part of the program is being executed. When, during the browsing, the program sequencer of a path advances, the active function in the main path automatically returns to the magnified area. This is also the case when another view is selected. Use following keys to browse:

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Scroll the blue cursor one program line down or up. Move the blue cursor to the right or left. Scroll the blue cursor 6 program lines down. The program line shown at the bottom is now shown on top. Scroll the blue cursor 6 program lines up. The program line shown at the top is now shown on bottom. Go to the last program line. Go to the first program line.

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During browsing, the cursor (1) stays in the magnified area. At the end of the program, a horizontal bar (2) separates the current and next program. The separator line contains the name of the second batch. It is not possible to browse in the second batch. The example below shows that the pointers (3) of the parallel paths are located in the second batch program.

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By pressing
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J on a main, parallel or data function in the

Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr gives the with detailed information about the selected function.

This is very useful in 4-path mode, because in this case, the displayed information is limited.

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Operator interventions that require a decision from the operator concerning the program flow after the intervention, are programmed with the special function Operator call.. An example of this is the function “take a sample”. When the program executes an PQ@S6UPS86GG, the program waits for operator intervention. The status area shows PQ@S6UPS86GG for all paths:

Depending on the configuration and the IL in the PLC, an external attention signal will be given, or an alarm will be generated.
Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr or HhpuvrÉvr are displayed, the Pƒr…h‡‚…Ãphyy is shown automatically. When the SEDOMAT is in another view, the user D‡r…‰r‡v‚†Ãand Pƒr…h‡‚…Ãphyy has to press The Pƒr…h‡‚…ÃphyyÃqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ shows the stop reason in the title bar and following options:

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Executes the next program line of the dye program. Example: This option will be used after operator interventions like add dyestuff.
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Is enabled when at least one additional programs has been linked to the main dye program. The operator selects one of the presented additional programs. When the additional program is finished, the same Operator call is executed again, allowing the operator to execute the same or another additional program or to go to the next line. Example: The operator selects an appropriate additional program depending on the sample.

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In the bar:

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Is enabled when the program contains at least one label. A label is a special function for marking the beginning of a specific program section. Program sections intended to be used with an Operator call are usually put at the end of the program and have a “jump function” to return to the Operator call. The label list contains the program line for easier location in the program in case the same label is used more than once. The operator selects one of the labels. The program will resume with the program line after this label. Example: The operator selects a label that marks an appropriate part of the program depending on the sample.

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Before selecting one of the three options in the Pƒr…h‡‚…ÃphyyÃqvhy‚tÃi‚‘, the user can leave this dialog box ( ) if some other action on the SEDOMAT is necessary:

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Besides the special function PQ@S6UPS86GG, with which the program flow can be changed by the operator (see 6.10), also parallel functions are possible to call for the operator's intervention. For example a function like 86GGÃU6IFf6Ãcalls the operator to do something with tank A and to confirm when the action is done. The mechanism used by the SEDOMAT and PLC to execute such function is the following: when a CALL function is executed by the SEDOMAT, it is send to the PLC. To notify the operator, the PLC can e.g. activate a lamp, or send a PLC message to be
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displayed the SEDOMAT (see 8.3). When the intervention is done, the operator confirms by e.g. pressing a button on the control panel of the machine or by pressing a user key on the SEDOMAT (see 4.3.11). After confirmation, the program sequencer jumps to the next function in the same parallel path. 

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Usually, all functions have constant function parameters, but the programmer can decide not to fill in a parameter value, but to leave the selection of the parameter value to the operator. The function parameter is therefore defined as a „ˆr†‡v‚Ãƒh…h€r‡r…. In the Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr, such parameter is displayed as red question marks:

When the controller executes a function with a question parameter the status area will display alarm 79 ENTER QUESTION PARAMETER. Depending on the configuration and the IL in the PLC, an external attention signal will be given. When the operator now enters the Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr, or when the Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr is already displayed, the @qv‡Ãsˆp‡v‚Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ comes on the screen showing the function definition. (This dialog box is the same as for editing a dye program.) Only the windows with the function parameters that have to be defined by the operator are @‘rpˆ‡r to close the dialog box. When the default parameter values enabled. Press @‘rpˆ‡r. will be used, the operator can immediately press

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After closing the dialog box, the function will be executed and the program continues. In the Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr, the red question marks are replaced by the selected parameter:

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In situations where machines can operate in coupled mode, each SEDOMAT can have one of following statuses:
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The SEDOMAT operates stand-alone.
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This SEDOMAT runs the dye program and controls its PLC. This PLC controls the PLC of the slave machine. The master SEDOMAT waits for an acknowledgement of both PLCs before executing the next program line. Only one SEDOMAT can be the master. In the right bottom corner of the status icon, a "2" marks the coupled mode. See also 2.1.
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A slave SEDOMAT listens to the master and cannot run a dye program. A slave SEDOMAT functions as an external display for the master SEDOMAT. Only the Machine Synoptic can be observed, all other views (except the Tr…‰vprÉvr) are disabled. The status area shows the status of the slave machine. The status icon only shows a color square. See also 2.1. It is only possible to stop the program on this SEDOMAT.

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In normal circumstances, this is when no manual interventions are required, only following softkeys are used to run programs:

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The use of these keys is explained in chapter 6. In some cases however, the normal course of a dye program has to be manipulated. Examples: • Stop the dye process for a longer period, e.g. the weekend. • Abort a batch for some reason. • Change function parameters and start/stop functions: during program development, for tests, to correct program errors, to solve disturbances and malfunctions. For this, the SEDOMAT offers several tools in the
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During normal operation, make as less interventions in a running program as possible. The tools described in this chapter should only be used in exceptional circumstances and with great care. Usually, the configuration of the SEDOMAT and PLC define some safety measures, but the user has to be sure that the intervention he will take is safe. Concerning SEDOMASTER, the planning can be disorganized. 

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Stops the sequencers of all paths (see 7.2). The active functions are completed. No new functions are started.

Stops the sequencers of all paths (see 7.3. All functions are aborted prematurely. No new functions are started.

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After a halt, it is possible to: • • • • • Switch active functions off. Switch inactive functions on. Change function parameters of active and of inactive functions. Resume the program where it was halted. Stop the program.

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A program stop can only be done with the red key . A stop is different from a halt. A stop (1) stops the sequencers of all paths. All active functions (2) are stopped instantly. No new functions are started. The sequence pointers (3) stay on their position. The sequencer of path 1 comes in the magnified area. The following screen shows an example of a stopped program. It is the same example as the halt example, but now after a stop.

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After a stop, it is possible to: • • • • Change function parameters. Reposition the sequencers of all paths and restart the program. Leave the sequencers of all paths on their position and restart the program. Abort the batch. 

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Before explaining “browsing during a stop”, the user should understand the difference between the sequence pointers and the cursor: • Each path has a magenta sequence pointer. This pointer indicates the function being executed or the function that will be executed when the previous function is finished.

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The blue cursor (border) is always located in the magnified area, either in the main path or in one of the parallel paths. The cursor simply points the function that will be the subject of the action that is carried out. 

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When a program is stopped, it is possible to change the position of the sequencers of each path. Just browse to another function in a path and press D‡r…‰r‡v‚†, Tr‡Ãƒ‚†v‡v‚ from the Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr. The sequencer of each path can be positioned individually. It even is possible to move the position of a parallel function to a function in the next batch. In case the sequencer is positioned on an empty place, it will move to the next function in that path when the program is restarted. . Shortcut key combination: +

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It is also possible to change the position of all paths to the same line with one action. Just browse to one of the functions of that line and press à D‡r…‰r‡v‚†, Tr‡Ãyvr†v‡v‚ from the Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr. This action can e.g. be used to change the position to a program line containing operator calls or labels. In case such functions are not marked together, error message "Invalid operator call" or "Next batch position" will appear. It is not possible to change the position to a next batch. Shortcut key combination: + .

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The preparation has already been done manually. The program that will be used contains a preparation section at the beginning, but this section should not be executed again. The operator moves the sequence pointers of the loaded program to a position after the preparation section, and then starts the program.
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• When the sequencers positions have been changed, the program will restart on these new sequencer positions. • When the sequencers positions have not been changed, the PLC can force following dialog box to appear:

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This menu option is used to manipulate the function on the blue cursor in a halted or stopped program. Depending on the program status, it is possible to switch a function on and off, and/or to change the function parameters. Special functions cannot be manipulated. The result of changing function parameters depends on the position of the function in the program:
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It is not possible to activate another main function in the main path when one is active. Only data functions can be active along with a main function. To switch an active function off. To change the function parameters without switching the function on. without action, press

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When the active function is changed 5 minutes after the 60°C is reached, the temperature will rise to 70°C with a gradient of 2°C/min. The hold time will not be the remaining 5 minutes, but 10 minutes. Is the user has to consider this, and if necessary adapt the parameters accordingly. The Aˆp‡v‚Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘, which is similar, but does not allow changes (see 6.9) and in the Q…‚t…h€ is intended for detail view shows up when pressing shortcut key ‰vr when the program is running.

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This menu-item is used to switch functions off and on independently from the program status. With this menu-item, functions that are not available in the program can be started. All functions, except special functions, can be switched on/off. This menu-item has to be used with care. Therefore, it can be disabled with SEDOMAT parameter 21 (MAN.FUNCTION).
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When a dye process has to be interrupted for a longer period, e.g. for the weekend, the operator or supervisor has to indicate a program line on which it is safe to stop the program. No need to wait until the program reaches a safe position and then stop, but an interrupt can be inserted beforehand. Technically, an interrupt can be put on any program line. To set an interrupt: • Select the Q…‚t…h€Ã‰vr. • Browse to the program line on which the program has to stop. • Open the ÃD‡r…‰r‡v‚†Ã€rˆ ( ) and select D‡r……ˆƒ‡ ( ).

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The operator uses a sheet containing a list of the stop reasons including the corresponding barcodes. These barcodes are formatted (*) barcodes. They contain the instruction “Stop declaration”, followed by the stop code. The length of the stop code is maximum 3 characters. Example (CODE 128) for stop declaration 105:

To send a stop declaration, scan the corresponding barcode on the sheet. It is only possible to scan a stop declaration when there is no dialog box open on the screen. When a dialog box is open, the scanned barcode will be ignored. The SEDOMAT will show an info window indicating the sending process (see above). to confirm. Press PxÃor

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To send administrative data, scan the corresponding barcode on the sheet.

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When an error occurs in the SEDOMAT, the PLC, the dyeing process or the machine, an alarm is generated. In case of a serious error, the program is stopped or halted. A stop ends the program immediately and completely. A halt stops the sequencers. The active functions are completed. In case of a warning alarm, there is no influence on the dyeing process. An alarm can result in the activation of a lamp or a horn. This goes via the alarm marker. There are five different alarm markers for different levels of importance. The configuration defines which alarm marker is activated by the alarm. The IL in the PLC defines what happens when an alarm marker is set. 

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All alarms have a priority. The alarm with the highest priority is displayed in the status area of the SEDOMAT with the alarm icon (1) and on a red background (2). When there are two alarms with the same priority, then the first occurred alarm is displayed.
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This chapter does not explain interactive messages. Interactive messages do not appear in the status area. They are displayed in the dialog area.

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The 96 alarms are divided according their origin: • • • Alarm 1-32, 41-49, 57-64: User alarms. These alarms are defined during the configuration. System alarms caused by the PLC Alarm 33-40, 50-55: System alarms caused by SEDOMAT Alarm 65-95:

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The PLC is the connection between the SEDOMAT and the machine. Disturbances occurring at the PLC are transferred to the SEDOMAT for processing. The SEDOMAT will take the appropriate action. The following tables list the alarms and a possible solution for the problem. Refer also to the QG8Àhˆhy.

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BUS COMMUNICATION ERROR The communication between PLC and controller is interrupted. The SEDOMAT cannot display this alarm because there is no communication from the PLC. Alarm A65 is shown instead: see further. Alarm A33 is only used internally in the PLC. The PLC programmer has to make sure that the machine controller is put in a safe condition when this alarm occurs. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Check the bus cabling and the CPU board of the SEDOMAT. 34
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SEDOMAT DATAEXCHANGE ERROR The internal communication between PLC and the sequencer is disturbed. 6p‡v‚) STOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Reset the SEDOMAT: see 0.

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ANALOG ERROR PLC The communication between the PLC CPU and an additional analog board is interrupted. Because of the failure, neither a measuring value can be acquired, nor an analog processing is possible. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Check the analog boards of the master PLC. 35
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PROFIBUS ACCESS ERROR The internal communication between PLC and PROFIBUS masterboard is interrupted. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Reset the SEDOMAT: see 0.

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VOLTAGE DROP PLC When a power failure of more than 2 seconds occurs on the PLC during a RUN status, this alarm is displayed, after the power has been restored. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Delete the alarm in the 6yh…€†Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ and resume the program.

VOLTAGE DROP CONTROLLER A power failure occurred while the controller is in RUN status. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) When power is restored, delete the alarm and resume the program.

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FAULTY INSTR. LIST PLC The Instruction List is destroyed or faulty. The PLC stops. On the PLC50AD and PLC200D: the red LED is on and the green LED is off. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Reinstall the IL by switching the PLC off and on. If this method is not successful, copy the IL into the controller using PLCPROG. In case the error occurs again, call for service. 37
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FAULTY INSTR. LIST ERROR The instruction list is destroyed or contains errors. If this alarm occurs while the IL is running, the IL contains an endless loop. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Do not delete the alarm. First reset the SEDOMAT (see 0), download a new IL with PLCPROG. If there is an endless loop, fix the IL first. Then reset the alarm.
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PLC BOARD CONFIGURATION When a board is removed from the PLC, alarm A37 is generated indicating that the PLC is not complete. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Reinsert the board firmly in the PLC and delete alarm A37.

PROFIBUS SLAVE ERROR The communication between PROFIBUS master and slave modules is disturbed. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Check the PROFIBUS cabling and ensure that all configured slaves communicate. Check slave address settings and PROFIBUS configuration using "SEDO Config for Windows". Delete the alarm or reset the SEDOMAT: see 0.

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BUS STATION MISSING The communication from the master PLC to the slave PLC is disturbed. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Check the bus cabling from the master PLC to the slave PLCs and TE31s. Check the PLC CPU boards of the slave PLCs. 51 52 53 54
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PROFIBUS MASTER ERROR An internal PROFIBUS master error occurred. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Reset the SEDOMAT: see 0. Check if the PROFIBUS master board is installed and inserted correctly into the main board. 

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BUS COMMUNICATION ERROR The communication between the SEDOMAT and PLCs is disturbed. Remark: when the program is started, the program status LED will go on, but the status area will show the stop-icon . 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAMÃ(marker = 1) Check the dye-net cabling and the CPU board of the SEDOMAT.
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SLAVE DOESN’T RESPOND During master/slave operation, the slave controller does not respond. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAMÃ(marker = 1) Check the slave addresses in the 7ˆ†Ãhqq…r††r†Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ of the master controller. Check the HSDL address setting on the slave’s HSDL board:. Check the HSDL cabling. See D†‡hyyh‡v‚ÃhqÆr…‰vprÀhˆhyÃ!'. It is also possible that the slave controller is not set to slave mode: see icon in status area (page 2.1).

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SEDOMAT TEMP. HIGHER 60°C The temperature in the SEDOMAT is higher than 60°C. It is possible that the program processing is inhibited when 80°C is reached: see alarm A71. 6p‡v‚)ÃNO ACTION (marker = 2) The SEDOMAT is insufficiently cooled. Replace the defective fans or add extra fans in the machines control box. SEDOMAT TEMP. HIGHER 80°C The temperature alarm A70 has not been corrected! The temperature has exceeded 80°C. To avoid errors and destruction, the program processing has been inhibited. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP ÃPROGRAM (marker = 1) SEDOMAT BATTERY EMPTY The battery used by the static RAM in the SEDOMAT has to be replaced immediately, otherwise it is possible that certain parameters (control factors, time) are lost during the next power off. 6p‡v‚)ÃNO ACTION (marker = 2) Replace the battery on the CPU board. See D†‡hyyh‡v‚ÃhqÆr…‰vprÀhˆhyÃ"Ã###. MEMORY CARD BATTERY EMPTY The controller detects that the battery of the inserted memory card is empty. 6p‡v‚)ÃNO ACTION (marker = 2) Replace the battery or use another memory card. ALGORITHM ERROR An error has been encountered in the algorithm of a function 6p‡v‚)ÃNO ACTION (marker = 2) ENTER QUESTION PARAMETER The program waits for the entry of a question parameter. 6p‡v‚)ÃNO ACTION (marker = 2) CONFIGURATION ERROR This error occurs when unexpected data is found in the configuration. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) Reload the correct configuration. MAXTIME ERROR The maximum estimated run time for a function has been exceeded. This alarm can only happen for programs created with SEDOMASTER. 6p‡v‚)ÃNO ACTION (marker = 2) OPERATOR CALL MAXTIME ERROR The maximum execution time for an Operator call has been exceeded. This alarm can only happen for programs created with SEDOMASTER. 6p‡v‚)ÃNO ACTION (marker = 2) HOST MESSAGE PAGE RECEIVED A host message page has been sent by SEDOMASTER. 6p‡v‚)ÃNO ACTION (marker = 4) Refer to 8.4. The alarm text has been sent by SEDOMASTER (host message line). 6p‡v‚)ÃNO ACTION (marker = 4) Refer to 8.4.

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NO INSTRUCTION LIST ACTIVE If no instruction list in the PLC is active. The occurrence of this error can be enabled or disabled with SEDOMAT parameter 14. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAM (marker = 1) VERSION MISMATCH The instruction list version of the PLC does not match the IL-version of the configuration. This is possible when e.g. the PLC has been replaced or reprogrammed while the SEDOMAT configuration has not been adapted. 6p‡v‚)ÃSTOP PROGRAMÃ(marker = 1) 

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Some instructions in the alarm list above refer to this topic. Reset the SEDOMAT by pressing + . Release but not and press (soft reset). In case the SEDOMAT does not reset this way, call a qualified person to disconnect and reconnect the 24VDC power (hard reset).

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Local messages indicate background actions. They can appear in the status area when there are no alarms to display. Local messages are displayed on a pink background and have the icon . Following local messages are implemented: NEXT BATCH REQUEST FAILED The function I@YUÃ76U8C has failed. Possible reasons are: there is no next batch planned, or there are communication problems. RECEIVE CONFIGURATION The configuration is received from the CONFIG tool or from SEDOMASTER. RECEIVE DYE PROGRAM A dye program is received from SEDOMASTER. TRANSMIT CONFIGURATION The configuration is sent to the CONFIG tool or to SEDOMASTER. TRANSMIT DYE PROGRAM A dye program is sent to SEDOMASTER.

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PLC messages are e.g. used to give a certain message to the operator (example: see 6.11). PLC messages can contain numerical information. They can appear in the status area only when there are neither alarms nor local messages. PLC messages are displayed on a green background and have the icon . PLC messages are defined by the configuration. The PLC message can always be displayed by selecting the QG8Àr††htr: then

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The SEDOMASTER can send messages to the SEDOMAT. Host messages can be one line or one screen of 32 lines of 40 characters long. For example, alarms concerning an external dispenser system are notified via the C‚†‡Ã€r††htr Host messages can also be sent by the M-Server. The message is an hexadecimal error number. On receipt of a host message, alarm 91 or 92 can be generated. The host system defines C‚†‡Ã€r††htr: if an alarm is generated. Open the Ds‚Àrˆ with and then

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The C‚†‡Ã€r††htr†Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ contains a host message line (1) and a host message page (2). A new message replaces the previous. The dialog box is updated automatically on receiving a host message. When a host message line is sent, alarm 92 can be generated with the alarm text being the message. When a host message page is sent, alarm 91 can be generated. Read the message and confirm with

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The SEDOMAT records analog values (e.g. temperature, pressure, level) and logical values (e.g. pump direction). The data is memorized per batch, along with all events (see 9.5). There is one record each minute. There is no recording during the inactive time between batches.

The oldest batch data is removed when there is insufficient memory for the new batch data. The number of recorded batches is limited to 20. The amount of recorded time depends on the number of analog values that are recorded. This number is defined by the configuration and is maximum eight.

Maximum number of recorded hours: Number of recorded values Number of recorded hours SEDOMAT 3500 8 4 2 maximum 19 maximum 31 maximum 47 SEDOMAT 5000 maximum 38 maximum 62 maximum 94

In the batches.

Cv†‡‚…’ ‰vr

you can observe the curves of the current batch and of recorded

When the SEDOMAT is connected to a PC running the SEDOMASTER software, the batch data is also logged on the PC and can be examined with the SEDOMASTER software. For customers with stand-alone SEDOMATs, we offer the PC-software “History Convert” (part number A102026) to convert batch data to ASCII-format, so it can be opened and examined with e.g. Microsoft Excel. The data is transferred from SEDOMAT to PC using a memory card. The PC must of course have a PCMCIA slot. See also Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…ÀhˆhyÃ!Ã# .

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Before curves can be displayed in the Cv†‡‚…’Évr, the user must select the desired values from the recorded values. The SEDOMAT records up to eight values. The configuration defines which values are recorded. A combination of maximum four of these values can be displayed on the screen.

The

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This dialog box shows the settings of the four curves. First, select the type of data, and then the name of the value. The number of selectable values depends on the configuration. If a curve should no longer be displayed, just select I‚Ãpˆ…‰r for the type. Remark that this action does not delete the recorded data. Press

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The Cv†‡‚…’Évr is reached via Depending on the batch status, the shown:

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and then Cv†‡‚…’. Cv†‡‚…’Évr or the ÃTryrp‡Ãih‡puÃqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ is
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Active Inactive

(batch started) (batch loaded), (batch finished) or no icon (no batch loaded)

for active batch. ÃTryrp‡Ãih‡pu qvhy‚tÃi‚‘Ãwith list of logged batches: see 9.3.
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The top (1) of the Cv†‡‚…’Évr shows the batch name and the date and time when this batch has started. The x-axis (2) is the time-axis. Each of the four values has its color. For each value, the following items are shown, all in the same color: 1. Name of the curve. 2. Y-axis values. 3. Horizontal gridlines.

The names of the third and fourth curve are shown at the right side of the screen (6). The y-axis resolution is defined in the configuration through the minimum and maximum for each value.

The end of the curves is the time when the Cv†‡‚…’Évr has been drawn on the screen (7). The curves are not updated real time. Reselect the view or zoom or scroll for updating the curves: see 9.4.

The curve in the status area (8) is the same as the first logged value. The list of logged values is defined by the configuration and is maximum eight. The x-axis scale (9) is automatically adapted to show the most detailed curve. Each tick mark is one hour.

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is reached:

• By selecting Ds‚, and then Cv†‡‚…’ • When selecting the Cv†‡‚…’Évr while there is no active batch: see 9.2. The Tryrp‡Ãih‡pu qvhy‚tÃi‚‘ shows the logged batches. The top line is the most recent or active batch.

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to view the Cv†‡‚…’Évr and @‰r‡† if the events (see 9.5) must also be displayed. It is afterwards still possible . to call the events on the screen using the toggle key
8ˆ…‰r

, and + to select a batch. Press ö

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When the time and date is changed during a batch, the information given by the Cv†‡‚…’Évr refers to the time setting at the beginning of the batch.

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The x-axis (time) can have four different resolutions: Number of hours 1 hour 2 hours 4 hours 8 hours Vertical gridlines each 7.5 minutes 15 minutes 30 minutes 60 minutes

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starts here.

Following keys can be used for zooming and scrolling:

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To change the resolution to more ( ) or less ( ) displayed hours. When the Cv†‡‚…’Évr is called on the screen, the first four hours are displayed. To scroll the view to the next ( ) or ( ) previous hour(s). The view is scrolled by the actual number of hours that are displayed.

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To scroll faster, first increase the number of displayed hours ( ).

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The arrow keys have another functionality when the qvhy‚tÃi‚‘r† are on the screen (see 9.5 below).

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For the displaying of the active batch, the x-axis resolution does not change when the time passes the hour at the right side. The user has to press to display the next set of hours.

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An event is a change of status of a function, an alarm, a program, ... The events that are logged are: alarms, batches, program interventions, functions, user keys, stop declarations, administration data and PLC messages.
@‰r‡† in the These two dialog boxes are put on the screen when the user presses Tryrp‡Ãih‡puÃqvhy‚tÃi‚‘. The dialog boxes can be toggled on and off the screen at . any time with

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During the displaying of the Whyˆr† and background curves are not updated.

@‰r‡†Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘r†

, the

The vertical cursor (1) indicates the position on the graph. This position is also highlighted in the @‰r‡†Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘Ã(2). The @‰r‡†Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ lists all events that happened during each logged minute. When there are no events during a certain minute, nothing is displayed. The box on top (3) gives detailed information of each event. The Whyˆr†Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ (4) lists the measured values for the selected minute. These are the values as selected in the Cv†‡‚…’Ãvv‡vhyv“h‡v‚ qvhy‚tÃi‚‘Ã(see 9.1).

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All interactive messages, which need explanation, are described here. To remove a message after reading, press
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6Ãih‡puÃv†Ãhp‡v‰r)Ã8‚svtˆ…h‡v‚Ãv†Ãy‚pxrq 
Reason: An attempt has been made to copy the SEDOMAT configuration from memory card to SEDOMAT while he SEDOMAT was running or the configuration has been up/downloaded to/from SEDOMASTER or CONFIG tool. Stop SEDOMAT or wait until SEDOMASTER or CONFIG tool have finished the transfer.

Action:

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Reason: Action: This message is displayed until SEDOMASTER answered the next batch request from the SEDOMAT. None.

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Reason: Action: Reason: Action: The batch number read from the Barcode sheet doesn’t match the actual batch number of the SEDOMAT. Try again with the correct Barcode sheet. This warning appears when trying to backup the configuration while the PC with the CONFIG tool is reading or writing the configuration. Try again when the CONFIG tool is not running.

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Reason 1: After a save to or a read from the memory card, the copy is verified. This message appears when the copy differs from the original. For the SEDOMAT 5000, xxx specifies in detail what is being corrupt or missing. E.g. Sedomat configuration, Profibus configuration. Action: Repeat the action. If this error occurs again, the memory card fails or there is a hardware error. Reason 2: Temporary error when writing the Niveaumat data to the PLC. Action: Try again.

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Reason 1: There is a problem with the inserted memory card: it is write protected, has not been formatted or is bad. Action 1: Set the write protection switch in the other position, format the memory card or use a good one. Reason 2: The memory card does not contain the selected data (indicated by xxx). Action 2: None. The selected data does not exist, so it cannot be deleted.

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Reason: Action: The inserted memory card is write protected or is bad. Set the write protection switch in the other position or use a good one.
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Reason 1: SEDOMASTER did not respond on a request from the SEDOMAT. Reason 2: The SEDOMAT could not send the stop declaration or administration data to SEDOMASTER. xxx,yyy: Specific error codes. Example: if the xxx,yyy is "14H", the timeout is reached. See also parameter TIMEOUT HSDL: section 3.2. See also T@9PH6TU@SÃpyvr‡ÃÃV†r…ÀhˆhyÃ"!. Action: The service engineer has to check: • The cabling between SEDOMAT and PC running SEDOMASTER. • The HSDL board in the SEDOMAT. • If the PC runs SEDOMASTER.

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Reason: Action: The configuration that shall be loaded from a memory card is corrupt. Try again with a intact configuration.

D‡r…hyÃr……‚…
Reason: Action: Hardware or software malfunction. Try restarting the SEDOMAT. If this does not work, contact a service technician.

D‰hyvqÃPƒr…h‡‚…Ã8hyy…ÃIr‘‡Ã7h‡pu†v‡v‚Ä
Reason: The program is (re)started without the sequencers of all paths located before or on the program line containing the function PQ@S6UPS86GG or the function I@YUÃ76U8C. Put all sequencer pointers before or on the line containing the function PQ@S6UPS86GG or the function I@YUÃ76U8C. See 7.4.2.

Action:

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Reason: There’s not enough memory to store the selected data from or to memory card, programs from SEDOMASTER, programs generated by copying another program or editing a new program. First backup, then delete one or more dye programs on the SEDOMAT to free memory.

Action:

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Reason: Action: An attempt has been made to assign more than 16 addition programs to a single main program. Clear entries from the list of addition programs of that particular main program before trying to assign a new addition program. The inserted memory card is not formatted or not MS-DOS©-formatted. Format the memory card.

Hr€‚…’Ãph…qÁ‚‡Ãvv‡vhyv“rq
Reason: Action:

I‚Àr€‚…’Ãph…qÃv†r…‡rq
Reason: Action: The memory card is not properly inserted, or none is inserted. Another reason is a hardware error. Check if the card is inserted correctly. Reinsert the memory card. If the problem persists, contact a service technician.

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SEDOMAT 5000 only! Reason: Changing a PROFIBUS slave’s address in the 7ˆ†Ãhqq…r††r†Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ has failed. xxx specifies the error. Error 5H: The PROFIBUS slave’s new address is not configurated in the PROFIBUS configuration. Error 9FH: The PROFIBUS slave does not exist or has another bus address than assumed. Action: Check the PROFIBUS configuration or the PROFIBUS slave’s actual bus address as necessary.

Q…‚t…h€Ãv†Ã‚‡Ãs‚ˆq
Reason: This message occurs if, after a batch request to SEDOMASTER, the associated dye program(s) cannot be found. Normally the dye program(s) are sent together with the batch information. Another possibility is, after entering a batch manually, when the sub program(s) could not be found. Check the entered batch data or if the dye or sub program exists. Load or reload the program. Check on the host computer, if the dye program(s) are transmitted.

Action:

Q…‚t…h€†Ãh…rÃy‚pxrq
Reason: Action: This message occurs if Q…‚t…h€.. from the 7hpxˆƒÃ€rˆ is selected when SEDOMASTER sends dye programs to the SEDOMAT. Wait until the communication with SEDOMASTER has ended.

Tryrp‡Ãih‡puÃs…‚€ÃC‚†‡
Reason: The SEDOMAT is requesting a batch from SEDOMASTER. Action: None.

UurÃr‡r…rqÉhyˆr†Ãv†h…rÃv‰hyvq
Reason 1: When sending stop declarations or administration data using barcodes and the stop declaration or administration data is too long or not in the list on the SEDOMAT. Action: Correct the sheet with barcodes. Reason 2: When entering a wrong value in the 8uhtrÃsˆp‡v‚Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘. The message shows the limits for the value to enter. Action: Enter a correct value. Reason 3: When entering wrong values for Niveaumat. Action: Enter correct values. Reason 4: Entering invalid values in the 7ˆ†Ãhqq…r††r†Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ Action: Check the bus addresses for correct value range. Reason 5: Entering invalid values in the 8y‚pxÃqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ Action: Check the entered date and time for correct value ranges. Reason 6: Entering an invalid value in the Trq‚€h‡Ã†’†‡r€ƒh…h€r‡r…†Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ or UˆrÉhyˆr†Ãqvhy‚tÃi‚‘ Action: Check the entered value against the displayed boundaries and correct. Reason 7: Entering an analog value greater than 10000 in the Tr‡ÃQG8ˆ‡ƒˆ‡†
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Action: Choose a value between 0 and 10000. Reason 8: Entering a program number 0 or greater than 9999 in the dialog boxes for editing, deleting and copying programs. Action: Choose a value between 1 and 9999.

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Reason 9: Entering a value greater than 9999 resp. 65535 in the
‰hyˆrÃqvhy‚tÃi‚‘

Tr‡Ãƒh…h€r‡r…

Action:

Choose a value below the upper limit.

UurÀr€‚…’Ãph…qÃih‡‡r…’Ãv†Ãr€ƒ‡’
Action: Replace the battery. See documentation.
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Uur…rÃv†Ã‚Ãih‡puÁˆ€ir…ÃsvyyrqÃvÄ
Reason: Action: To fetch a particular batch from SEDOMASTER, the batch identification has to be filled in on the SEDOMAT. Enter an existing batch identification.

Uur…rÃv†Ã‚Ãy‚ttrqÃvs‚…€h‡v‚Ãh‰hvyhiyrÄ
Reason: There are no batches to show. This is possible when for example, the active batch stays active for a long period (e.g. the week-end), and the memory gets full with only that batch. When the memory gets full, the oldest batch, in this case the active batch, is removed. None. There is not enough room in the SEDOMATs execution memory to load the selected dye program or addition program Shorten the total length of the main, sub and addition programs used. It must not exceed 255 program steps!

Action: Reason: Action:

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U…h†€v††v‚Ã‚x
Reason: Action: The transmission to SEDOMASTER succeeded. None.

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Reason: Action: The wrong password has been entered. Enter the correct password. See 4.5 in this manual and €hˆhyÃ!Ãpuhƒ‡r…Ã$.
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declaration, 51 Delete program. Trr Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…Àhˆhy detail view, 38 dialog area, 5 dialog box, 1, 13 dye program, 33

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get batch, 31 Goto label, 40 Goto next line, 39

Configuration error, 60 Configuration is locked, 69 contrast, 2, 3, 20 Control loops. Trr D†‡hyyh‡v‚ÃhqÆr…‰vpr
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halt, 44 handshake, 20 history, 63

Copy program. Trr Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…Àhˆhy coupling, 42
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History (backup). Trr Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…Àhˆhy History (settings). Trr D†‡hyyh‡v‚Ãhq
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Niveaumat. Trr D†‡hyyh‡v‚ÃhqÆr…‰vpr
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History initialization, 64 History view, 7, 63, 64 Host message, 62 Host message received, 60 host message text, 60

No instruction list active, 61 No memory card inserted, 70 numerical edit window, 16

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Off function, 48 On function, 48 Operator call, 39 Operator call maxtime error, 60 Original position, 46

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Incompatible configuration, 70 info window, 19 Insert. Trr Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…Àhˆhy Internal error, 70 Interrupt, 50 interventions, 43 Invalid Operator Call or Next Batch position!, 70

3
parameter batch parameter, 27 function parameter, 33 question parameter, 41 Paste. Trr Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…Àhˆhy path, 2, 5 PLC PLC, 57 PLC battery empty, 58 PLC board configuration, 58 PLC communication board, 59 PLC message, 62 PLC temperature, 58 pop-up menu, 12 Profibus Profibus access error, 57 Profibus master error, 59 Profibus slave error, 58 PROFIBUS master command failed, 71 Program (backup). Trr Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…Àhˆhy Program is not found, 71 Program view, 5, 34, 35 Programs are locked, 71

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key, 20 keyboard, 10

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language, 16 LANGUAGE CON, 16 LED, 9 Local memory is full, 70 local message, 61 logged batch, 63

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Machine view, 3, 5, 36 MAN.FUNCTION, 49 Mark. Trr Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…Àhˆhy master/slave, 42 Maximum number of additions is selected!, 70 Maxtime error, 60 memory card. Trr Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…Àhˆhy Memory card battery empty, 60 Memory card not initialized, 70 menu, 1 menu structure, 23 menu-item, 1, 12 message message, 61 message box, 19 Modify. Trr Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…Àhˆhy multi-selection list window, 15

4
question parameter, 41

5
read batch, 29 Receive configuration, 61 Receive dye program, 61 reset, 61

6
second batch, 27 second language, 16 SEDOMASTER, 27, 30 SEDOMAT 1500, 1 SEDOMAT 600, 1 Sedomat battery empty, 60 Sedomat dataexchange error, 57

1
next batch, 27 NEXT BATCH, 30 Next batch request failed, 61

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Sedomat parameters. Trr D†‡hyyh‡v‚Ãhq
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Sedomat temp. higher, 60 Select batch from Host, 71 Send administration data, 53 Send stop declarations, 51 Service settings. Trr D†‡hyyh‡v‚ÃhqÆr…‰vpr
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Transmission ok, 72 Transmit configuration, 61 Transmit dye program, 61 Tune values. Trr D†‡hyyh‡v‚ÃhqÆr…‰vpr
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Undo. Trr Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…Àhˆhy user alarm, 56 user key, 19

Service view. Trr D†‡hyyh‡v‚ÃhqÆr…‰vpr
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Set paramet., 48 Settings. Trr Tˆƒr…‰v†‚…Àhˆhy shift, 10 shortcut key, 12, 20 single selection list window, 15 slave, 42 Slave doesn’t respond, 59 softkey. Trr function key start, 34 status area, 2, 4, 34, 55 stop, 45 Stop declarations, 51 switch, 20

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Values, 68 Version mismatch, 61 Versions. Trr D†‡hyyh‡v‚ÃhqÆr…‰vprÀhˆhy Voltage drop controller, 57 Voltage drop PLC, 57

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window alphanumerical edit window, 16 combo window, 18 info window, 19 multi-selection list window, 15 numerical edit window, 16 single selection list window, 15 Windows, 1 Wrong password entered!, 72

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The entered value(s) is(are) invalid, 71 The memory card battery is empty, 72 There is no batch number filled in, 72 There is no logged information available, 72 There is not enough memory to load the program!, 72

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