10 - Using DN on the MFET Conveyor - Fall 09

10 - Using DN on the MFET Conveyor - Fall 09 - MFET 243,...

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MFET 243, Automated Manufacturing I 10/5/2009 Using DeviceNet on The MFET Conveyor 1 MFET 243 Fall ‘09 Using DeviceNet on the MFET Conveyor Dropline DeviceNet Field Devices (slide 1 of 2) Continued on next slide … 2
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MFET 243, Automated Manufacturing I 10/5/2009 Using DeviceNet on The MFET Conveyor 2 Dropline DeviceNet Field Devices (slide 2 of 2) 3 DeviceNet Scanner Photo-eye #3 1 input byte I_PE3 = bit 0 RAM – Home Position 1 input byte I_Ram_Home = bit 0 RAM – Extend Position 1 input byte I_Ram_Extend = bit 0 Shot Pin Up Sensor 1 input byte I_Shot_Pin_Up = bit 0 Dropline DeviceNet Field Devices DeviceNet Scanner (slot #3) Not used in MFET 243 Shot Pin Down Sensor 1 input byte I_Shot_Pin_Down = bit 0 Dropline Motor 8 input bytes 1 output byte O_Motor = Output byte, bit 0 Compact Block I/O 1 input byte, 1 output byte I_PE1 = input byte, bit 1 I_PE2 = input byte, bit 2 I_PE4 = input byte, bit 4 I_PE5 = input byte, bit 5 I_PE6 = input byte, bit 6 I_PE7 = input byte, bit 7 Stack (pole) Lights 1 input byte, 1 output byte O_Amber_Stack_LT = output byte, bit 0 O_Green_Stack_LT = output byte, bit 1 O_Yellow_Stack_LT = output byte, bit 2 O_Red_Stack_LT = output byte, bit 3 O_Horn = output byte, bit 4 Flex I/O 2 input bytes, 2 output bytes O_PS4 = output byte, bit 0 O_PS3 = output byte, bit 1 O_PS2 = output byte, bit 2 O_PS1 = output byte, bit 3 O_Clamp = output byte, bit 4 O_Ram = output byte, bit 5 O_Shot_Pin_Up = output byte, bit 6 O_Shot_Pin_Down = output byte, bit 7 4
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MFET 243, Automated Manufacturing I 10/5/2009 Using DeviceNet on The MFET Conveyor 3 Dropline Alias Tags 5 Using DeviceNet on the MFET Conveyor The following DeviceNet field devices are employed on each dropline on each dropline: One DeviceNet photoelectric sensor PE3 has a true DeviceNet output Two DeviceNet inductive proximity sensors Shot pin sensors (up/down) Two DeviceLink devices Ram sensors (extend/retract) A DeviceNet motor starter Dropline motor Continued on next slide … 6
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MFET 243, Automated Manufacturing I 10/5/2009 Using DeviceNet on The MFET Conveyor 4 The following DeviceNet field devices are employed Using DeviceNet on the MFET Conveyor (continued) on each dropline (continued): Flex I/O Pneumatic devices (4 product stops, ram, clamp, and shot pins) are wired to a Flex AC output module. Compact block I/O 6 traditional (switched outputs) photoelectric sensors (PE 1 6 traditional (switched outputs) photoelectric sensors (PE 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, & 7) are wired to CompactBlock discrete inputs. A DeviceNet stack light Four lights + audible alarm. 7 Photoelectric Sensors PS4 TRANSFER ZONE 7 photoelectric sensors (PE1 to PE7) are used to PS1 CLAMP (Home position) PS3 Break #1 Break #2 Photo eye #1 (PE1 to PE7) are used to track pallets along each dropline.
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