Power Input: 105-135VAC, 50/60Hz. 2SW
Operating Temperature: -10° F to 130° F
Tonnage Sensors: Autotech’s SAC-MI030-SEN strain gauge sensor providing 4-20 mA signal for tonnage (Existing strain gauges may be used with Autotech’s SAC-MI 030-SENA amplifier)
Number of Sensors: 2
Strain gauge element: 1 m/V @400 micro-inch/inch
Sensor Mounting: Weld pad mount or drill mount
Number of Counters: 2, Total # of Hits, % of Good
TRUE: Contact Closure to VO (term # 15 on TB5)
or 11-28VDC input
FALSE: Open or <0.8VDC input
Program Enable: Input must be TRUE to change any
value Supervisory 1 & Supervisory 2: Supervisor inputs
for access control
Fault Reset: When TRUE, resets all faults
Position reference Input: A FALSE to TRUE transition
signifies end of a press cycle
6 limits for each installed sensor.
The limit comparisons can be selectively disabled,
except for Positive Tonnage Press Limit.
Positive Tonnage Press Limit: Programmed in Tons
for Press Overload Protection,
cannot be disabled.
Negative Tonnage Press Limit: For Snap through or Reverse tonnage protection can be disabled.
Die Protect Band: Defined by Die Protect High & Low
Limits: Both limits programmed as deviation from
Reference Tons. Either in Tons or in percent
of reference ton value
(choice is programmable); comparison can be disabled.
Number of Reference Storage: 10
Process Trend Band: Defined by Process High and Low
Limits. Both Limits programmed as deviation from
Process Base Tons. Either in Tons or in percent of
the Base tons. Comparison can be Disabled
(Process Base Tonnage is the running average
of tonnage measured over last several cycles;
number of cycles for averaging is programmable).
4 Field replaceable Electromechanical relay outputs;
All outputs fail safe (The NO Relay contact closed
under safe conditions, and open under fault conditions)
Relays Specifications: 120 VAC © 10 Amp
||Output Relay De-energizes if...
|Measured Tonnage Exceeds Positive
Tonnage Press Limit
|Measured Tonnage Exceeds Negative
tonnage Press limit
|Measured Tonnage is Greater than Die
and/or Process High Limit
|Measured Tonnage is Less than Die
and/or Process Low Limit