Mitsubishi Electronics 882.00207.00 manual

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    Gravimetric Slide Gate Batch Blender Mitsubishi Controller Part Number: 882.00207.0 0 Bulletin Numbe[...]

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    Please note that our address and phone i nformation has changed. Please reference this page for upda[...]

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    882.00207.00 ii Shipping Info Unpacking and Inspection You should inspect your equipm ent for possib[...]

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    882.00207.00 iii Returns Do not return any damaged or incorrect items until you receive shipping ins[...]

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    882.00207.00 iv Table of Contents CHAPTER 1: SAFETY ................................................[...]

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    882.00207.00 v 3-3 Electrical Connections ..........................................................[...]

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    882.00207.00 vi Customer Responsibilities ..........................................................[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 1: Safety 7 of 102 Chapter 1: Safety 1-1 How to Use This Manual Use this manual[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 1: Safety 8 of 102 Figure 1: Safety Tags and Warning Labels Tag Description Tag[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 1: Safety 9 of 102 1-2 Warnings and Precautions Our equipment is designed to pr[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 1: Safety 10 of 102 1-3 Responsibility These machines are constructed for maxim[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 1: Safety 11 of 102 Learn and always use safe operation. Cooperate with co-work[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 1: Safety 12 of 102 Maintenance Responsibility Proper maintenance is essential [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 13 of 102 Chapter 2: Functional Description 2-1 Model[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 14 of 102 Figure 2: Equipment Specifications 150 500 [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 15 of 102 2-3 Typical Featur es and Components Mechan[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 16 of 102 • Three (3) types of recipe entry procedu[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 17 of 102 Slide Gates Air operated slide gates are pr[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 18 of 102 Figure 6: Typical Slide Gate Assembly Each [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 19 of 102 Figure 7: Typical Weigh Hopper Assembly The[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 20 of 102 Mix Chamber All of the batch blenders are e[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 21 of 102 Figure 9: Typical Mitsubishi Controller Tou[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 22 of 102 Figure 11: Typical Operator Screens[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 23 of 102 Figure 12: Typical Setup Screens[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 24 of 102[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 25 of 102 2-4 Optional Components The following is a [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 26 of 102 Regrind Auger Metering (R.A.M.) Hopper This[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 27 of 102 2-5 Safety Features This section includes i[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 28 of 102 Figure 17: Electrical Disconnect Plug Twist[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 2: Functional Description 29 of 102 Electric Safety Interlock Switch A unique e[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 30 of 102 Chapter 3: Inst allation 3-1 Uncrating the Equipment [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 31 of 102 4. If equipped, adjust the four leveling bolts on the[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 32 of 102 Using proper lifting equipment, lift the blender, usi[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 33 of 102 Make sure that adequate space is around the blender ([...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 34 of 102 3-3 Electrical Connections The standard Slide Gate/Au[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 35 of 102 The manufacturer provides all pneumatic lines on th e[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 36 of 102 Figure 25: Weigh Hopper Final Connections 1. Connect [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 37 of 102 This screen displays the software version of both the[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 38 of 102 Blender Controller Menu Structure “Recipe Book” P[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 39 of 102 Blender Calibration The load cells on the Auger blend[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 40 of 102 Figure 28: Display Calibration Menu Screen 3. Once in[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 41 of 102 5. Add the calibration weight to each load ce ll moun[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 42 of 102 4. The current settings for the hopper that you ha ve[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 43 of 102 Additional Setup Parameters The settings listed below[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 3: Installation 44 of 102 3-6 Initial Startup The operator can startup the blen[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 45 of 102 Chapter 4: Operation 4-1 Start-up General Operation The [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 46 of 102 Percentage Mode.) then a message is shown on the Recipe [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 47 of 102 Figure 33: Typical Recipe Entry Operator Screen A typica[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 48 of 102 specified amount. The ingredient weights (Unit Va lues) [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 49 of 102 to have values entered (Percentage or Parts r ecipe form[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 50 of 102 Figure 36: Example Calculations of a 5-component blend i[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 51 of 102 “Percentage” Mode (Most common in Extrusion and Blow[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 52 of 102 Because the blending systems must handle a wide va riety[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 53 of 102 To enable this feature , simply enter a desired shutdown[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 54 of 102 The mix timer is set to a default time of four (4) secon[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 55 of 102 Weigh Hopper Dump Cycle The dump cycle allows the weigh [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 56 of 102 Max Hopper Weight Exceeded, Check Batch Size This alarm [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 57 of 102 PLC Battery Low PLC battery is low and may cause the ble[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 58 of 102 Feeder Clean Out Any feeder in the Slide Gate/Auger blen[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 59 of 102 The open weigh hopper dump door will allow the material [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 60 of 102 Figure 42: Typical Recipe Book Operator Screen Save Runn[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 61 of 102 Erase Recipe or Entire Book The Erase Recipe or Entire B[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 4: Operation 62 of 102 7. Using a vacuum cleaner or air hose, clean out all t h[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 5: Maintenance 63 of 102 Chapter 5: Maintenance 5-1 Preventative Maintenance Sc[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 5: Maintenance 64 of 102 5-2 Preventative Maintenance Our blenders need periodi[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 5: Maintenance 65 of 102 Input Signals to Programmable Controller The Slide Gat[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 6: Troubleshooting 66 of 102 Chapter 6: T roubleshooting 6-1 Introduction The u[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 6: Troubleshooting 67 of 102 Problem Corrective action Normal after a software [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 6: Troubleshooting 68 of 102 Problem Corrective action Check the blender’s sc[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 6: Troubleshooting 69 of 102 Problem Corrective action Check the Mixer and Dump[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 6: Troubleshooting 70 of 102 Problem Corrective action I can’t calibrate the [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 71 of 102 Chapter 7: Appendix 7-1 Warranty Unless otherwise specifi[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 72 of 102 7-2 Technical Specifications Equipment Specifications Fig[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 73 of 102 Annex B Information The following design information is p[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 74 of 102 7-3 Drawings and Diagrams Final Assembly Figure 47: Typic[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 75 of 102 Mixer Sub-Assembly[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 76 of 102 Figure 48: Typical Mixer Assembly Parts List # DESCRIPTIO[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 77 of 102 Hopper Sub-Assembly Figure 49: Typical Hopper Assembly Pa[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 78 of 102 Hopper R.A.M. (Regrind Auger Metering) Sub-Assembly (Opti[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 79 of 102 Hopper Additive Feeder Sub-Assembly (Optional) Figure 51:[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 80 of 102 Weigh Hopper Sub-Assembly Figure 52: Typical Weigh Hopper[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 81 of 102 Slide Gate Sub-Assembly Figure 53: Typical Slidegate Asse[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 82 of 102 Knife Gate Sub-Assembly HD (Optional) Figure 54: Typical [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 83 of 102 Knife Gate Sub-Assembly RD (Optional) Figure 55: Typical [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 84 of 102 Control Panel Layout Figure 56: Typical Mitsubishi Contro[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 85 of 102 7-4 Spare Parts Kits Figure 58: Blender Spare Parts Listi[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 86 of 102 7-5 Addendum (Service Supervisor Information) This sectio[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 87 of 102 Typical Engineering Only Setup Screen Factory Setup Menu [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 88 of 102 Typical Advanced Weight Options Screen Feed Algorithm Opt[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 89 of 102 Mechanical Options Screen This screen allows the user to [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 90 of 102 Customer Setup Menu Units This screen allows the user to [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 91 of 102 Alarm Setup This screen allows the user to configure the [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 92 of 102 Factory Default Setup Parameters Model Number 150 500 900[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 93 of 102 Model Number 150 500 900 2500 4000 6000 Hop1 Initial % of[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 94 of 102 7-6 Mitsubishi Communications Manual The Mitsubishi blend[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 95 of 102 BLENDER ALARMS 1 (R) alarm_number,D1876 (see below for de[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 96 of 102 INVENTORY INF O 1 (RW) clear_inventory,M503 (toggle this [...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 97 of 102 RECIPE INFO (THIS IS WHERE YOU RIGHT THE NEW RECIPE TO) 1[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 98 of 102 RECIPE BOOK MANIPULATION 1 (RW) recipe_book_number, D2088[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 99 of 102 Alarm Number Explanation: The alarms are given in individ[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 100 of 102 RECORDING THE TARGETS VS. ACTUALS FOR EACH BATCH The tar[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 101 of 102 7-7 Technical Assistance Parts Department Call Spare Par[...]

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    882.00207.00 Chapter 7: Appendix 102 of 102[...]