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Net Master Controller

Power Cube Generators Network Controller






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  • On-line Control and Certification of Inductive thermal processes


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Net Master Controller

Description

Net Master Controller - detail

Typical applications: shrink fitting; tin soldering; tempering; annealing; brazing; bonding; cap sealing; hot forming; curing; localized heating; metal glass sealing; plastic reflow.

  • Accurate Management of up to Four Independent Thermal Processes
    • Four Power Cube® Generators
    • Four Optical Pyrometers or Thermocouples
  • Thermal Profile Quality Control
    • Up to 20 Programmable Temperature and Time Segments per Process
    • Maximum Power Output Programmable for Each Individual Segment
    • Temperature Tolerance Window Programmable for Each Individual Segment
    • Out-of Tolerance and End-of-Cycle Outputs for Each Process
  • Full Logging Capability with Programmable Sampling Time
    • Date, Time, Temperature, Power of Each Individual Process
    • Cycle Quality Certification Through Logging of All Working Parameters
  • All Configuration, Working Parameters and Log Files Acquisition through http Server
  • External Management and Control of the Heating process through ModBus Protocol
  • Compliant with the applicable Regulations on Electrical Safety and Electromagnetic Compatibility

Specifications

Power SupplySupply voltage: 180÷260Vac, monophase - 50/60 Hz
Max Power Absorption: 60 W
Safety FeaturesPower supply feed galvanically insulated
Low operational voltage: no danger to the operator
Conforms to the international standards currently applicable for electrical safety and E.M.C.
Operating ConditionsOperating temperature: + 5 ÷ + 55 °C
Storage temperature: - 25 ÷ + 70 °C
Relative humidity: 0-95% (without condensation)
Working regimeUp to 4 PowerCube generators with a single heating head each (simultaneous heating on four heads)
Up to 2 PowerCube generators for the alternated heating of two heads each
Functioning modesManual
Functioning with thermal profile
Control Inputs1 RS 232 asyncronous serial port for connection with external PLC or controller
4 inputs for the CEIA optical pyrometers
4 isolated binary inputs for the thermal cycle activation switches
4 isolated binary inputs for the working cycle stop
4 analog inputs for external temperature sensors
4 analog inputs 0-10V for output power control
4 isolated binary inputs for the working cycles start in manual mode
4 isolated binary inputs for general purpose use
Outputs for Activation of External Slave Devices4 serial outputs for the connection up to four Power Cube® generators
4 outputs (open collector, 12/24Vcc; 500mA) for "Generator ON " signal
4 outputs (open collector, 12/24Vcc; 500mA) for "Piece in temperature" signal
4 outputs (open collector, 12/24Vcc; 500mA) for “Piece cold” signal
4 outputs (open collector, 12/24Vcc; 500mA) for “End of cycle” signal
4 outputs (open collector, 12/24Vcc; 500mA) for “Temperature out of tolerance” signal
4 outputs (open collector, 12/24Vcc; 500mA) for "Device ready" signal
4 isolated binary outputs for general purpose use
Management and ControlActivation of cycle: via pedal, external logic or RS-232
Adjustment: heating power (1% of resolution), heating temperature (1°C of resolution)
Temperature control through optical pyrometer
Control loop time 0.5 milliseconds
SH15/SL time constant 0.1 milliseconds
Self-DiagnosisCheck of temperature and on the cooling water presence
Correct inductor dimensioning check
Internal malfunction
Working cycle malfunction
Programming access control through a password
Power Cube® connection
Generators parameter screenshot
Generator supply voltage too low
Generator supply voltage too high
Inductor short circuit

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