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Pneumatic Division

Richland, Michigan 49083


Installation & Service Instructions
CVM211P
Vacuum Application Case
(Part Number: Vacuumdemo)
ISSUED: February, 2004
Supersedes: None
Doc.# CVM-211P, NPR040226
WARNING
To avoid unpredictable system behavior that can cause personal
injury and property damage:
Disconnect electrical supply (when necessary) before
installation, servicing, or conversion.
Disconnect air supply and depressurize all air lines connected
to this product before installation, servicing, or conversion.
Operate within the manufacturers specified pressure,
temperature, and other conditions listed in these instructions.
Medium must be moisture-free if ambient temperature is below
freezing.
Service according to procedures listed in these instructions.
Installation, service, and conversion of these products must be
performed by knowledgeable personnel who understand how
pneumatic products are to be applied.
After installation, servicing, or conversion, air and electrical
supplies (when necessary) should be connected and the product
tested for proper function and leakage. If audible leakage is
present, or the product does not operate properly, do not put
into use.
Warnings and specifications on the product should not be
covered by paint, etc. If masking is not possible, contact your
local representative for replacement labels.
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Introduction
Follow these instructions when installing, operating, or servicing
the product.
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Overview
The vacuum application case is for demonstration of Parkers
Vacuum Components and System Solutions. This tool is
intended not only for product demonstration but for application
sizing and troubleshooting vacuum systems at a customers
site.
The vacuum application case has inline and integrated
generators. Each Generator has different nozzle diameters for
different flow and response time evaluations. The integrated
generators are connected to a small PLC and timer for system
response time evaluations.
Set Up
The vacuum application case has a 110 VAC electrical
connector. There is a power supply in the bottom that provides
24 VDC power for the I/O. Power is turned on with the On / Off
Switch (5) on the front Panel. Plug in the unit and turn the
switch on.
The 05R Regulator has an 8mm OD tube connection. 8mm is
equivalent to a 5/16 OD tube. If other types of connection are
required, the Regulator has BSPP ports. Connect this to
Positive Pressure not to exceed 250 PSI or the rated pressure
of the tubing that is connected to the Primary Inlet of the
Regulator. Adjust the secondary pressure to 70 PSI. The
secondary pressure is indicated on the MPS-31 Positive
Pressure Sensor (G).
Item Part Number Description
A. CV-20HSN Vacuum Generator
B. CV-10HSN Vacuum Generator
C. MCA-10HS-N1N1N1 Vacuum Generator
D. MC3S10HS9324PB Integrated Vacuum Generator
E. MC2S1001L24BLN Integrated Vacuum Generator
F. CEK27HS21N24BLN Integrated Vacuum Generator
G. MPS-V31N-NG MPS-31 Vacuum Sensor, Panel Mount
H. MPS-P31N-NG MPS-31 Inlet Pressure Sensor,
Panel Mount
I. VFL-88 Inline Vacuum Filter
J. 05R213A01 Regulator and Bracket
K. P2M1T4ES2C Moduflex Inline Valve
F
A
B
C
I
K
E
D
G H
J
G H
1 2 3 4 5
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Vacuum Application Sensors shipped from the factory in kPa.
Change the Sensors to desired units. All programming guides
are in the Sensor Section of the Vacuum Catalog.
Set the MPS-31 (G) to units of PSI and to Window Comparator
output Mode. If Primary pressure is set at 70 PSI, set a-1 = 65
and B-1 to 73. During Demonstration of the vacuum
generators, if primary pressure drops below 65 PSI or above
73, the LED readout will change from Green to Red. Display
colors can be changed in Mode 6 of the programming. This
demo of the MPS-31 can be done by manually adjusting the
secondary pressure on the 05R or by operating the vacuum
generator. This a good demonstration of why to have a
vacuum sensor on an FRL. Visually, RED / GREEN LED
function will get the attention of maintenance faster than a
gauge needle.
Presentation - Inline Generators
This area of the vacuum application case has the inline
generators. All vacuum Generators receive compressed air
from the Moduflex Valve. The inlet of the Moduflex valve is
connected underneath the panel to the output of the
Regulator.
Connect the output tube from the Moduflex Valve to the inlet
port of the generator that you want to demonstrate. Connect
the Vacuum line with the VFL inline filter (I) to the generator
vacuum port that you want to demonstrate.
To Operate the Moduflex valve, turn the selector knob (2) on
the front panel to CV position and press the vacuum button
(3). Blow-off button (4) does not function when the selector
knob is in CV Position.
The vacuum outlet line is connected to the Vacuum Sensor (H)
on the front panel. Program this sensor with units of measure
in inHg, and in the Hysteresis Output Mode. Program Set
points H-1 and h-1, so that part off pressure is below H-1 and
part on Pressure is above H-1. The display should change
from Red to Green. If not, this can be programmed in Mode 6
of the programming.
While operating the inline vacuum generators, it can be
discussed why it is important to have some type of sensor
inline to the application. Vacuum confirmation will reduce cycle
time and give a positive feed back to the PLC that the next
step in the machine cycle can be started.
Presentation - Integrated Generators
This area of the vacuum application case has the integrated
generators. All vacuum Generators receive compressed air
from the output port of the Regulator.
Vacuum Application Sensors shipped from the factory are in
units of kPa. Change the Sensors to desired units. All
programming guides are in the Vacuum Catalog.
Set the outputs of these sensors to Hysterisis Mode. The
output of each sensor is connected to the timer (1) on the front
panel. For demonstration of response time on the same
volume, the set points of each sensor should be set to the
same level. H-1 and h-1 should be equal on all sensors.
To operate any of these generators, turn the selector knob (1)
on the front panel to the position of the generator series that
you wish to demonstrate. MC3, MC2 or CEK. To Operate the
Generator, press the vacuum button (3) to create vacuum flow
and press Blow-off button (4) to create blow-off pressure. The
Vacuum Sensor is not functional on the front panel. Degree of
vacuum can be viewed on the sensor that is mounted to each
generator. Only the vacuum button is required to operate the
MC2 generator since this generator has the MVS-201 Series
Sensor.
The timer starts as soon as the vacuum button (3) is pressed.
The Time stops when the Output (H-1) of the sensor is
reached. When the blow-off button (4) is pressed, this resets
the timer. Timer directions are included with this document.
The Timer function gives you the ability to show the response
time differences between the MC3, MC2 and CEK. If the
generator is connected to a customers actual application it will
indicate real response time for his application. I believe these
features to be key in being involved with the design of the
system as well as being in the drivers seat for the purchase
order. It will make your competitors have to show their system
components in the same way.
There are 3 different generators included in this area of the
vacuum application case.
K
A
B
C
I
J
F
E
D
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PFG Cup
On
Off
Air
Economizing
Valve
Check
Valve
Sensor
Venturi
N.C. Master
Valve
N.C. Master
Valve
Blow-off
Pilot
Valve
Filter
Flow
Control
1
5
4
3
2
Vacuum
Valve
MC3 with MPS-9 Sensor (D)
This generator is 10mm wide with a MPS-9 Sensor. The MPS-
9 Sensor provides both analog and an Open Collector Output
with a response time of 1msec. MC3 Generator is for
Supersonic lightweight applications that typically involve but
are not limited to chip mounting and chip testing.
Customer Base
Customers looking for high speed pick and place
applications.
Vacuum to 20" hg in 20 milliseconds
Blow off response in 10 milliseconds
Key Points
Speed of response time. Use the timer to show
evacuation time differences between MC2 and MC3.
10mm Width Generator. Manifold or single slice
applications.
With or without Sensor Options.
There is a cost difference. If the customer wants
speed, MC3. If the customer wants speed but for
factory Automation MC2. A difference of 20 msecs.
Worth it - maybe, then they will pay for it.
MC2 with MVS-201 Sensor (E)
The MC2 Generator is versatile Lightweight Generator for
high-speed applications with multiple choices for sensor
options.
Sensor Options
MPS-6
Low Cost Sensor with 1 Normally Open and 1
Normally Closed Open Collector Output with
trim pot.
1 msec response time
MPS-2
LED options with 2 independent Open Collector
Outputs
Display options
2.5 msec response time.
MVS-201
LED Options
1 Open Collector Output for both Part Presence
Signal and Blow-off Confirmation.
1 Input for Vacuum Control with Timer Controls for
length of vacuum and blow-off functions.
Customer Base
All semiconductor, Electronic Test and Assembly
OEMS, Injection Mold Automation
Key Points
Reduction of wiring: All wiring is through an M8 4 Pin
Connector. The Output signal is passed though the
closed sensor output 1 which is connected to the
vacuum valve. Show the wiring differences between the
MC3 / CEK and the MC2.
Ease of Programming: System blow-off parameters
can be changed at the sensor versus having to change
the PLC program. Air Economizing functions can be
added by changing programs functions. Show how
changing the timer functions on the MVS-201 affect the
application of the automatic blow-off.
Reduction of PLC / PC Outputs: No Additional Output
from the PLC is required for the blow-off function. This
will save an Input per generator.
Reduction of PLC / PC Inputs: Output is not only
vacuum part presence but is a blow-off indicator as
well. Show it with Output LED2 on the sensor that is
eliminated at vacuum presence signal and blow-off
signal. This can be shown in the catalog as well in the
MVS-201 sensor section.
The MVS-201 sensor has 3 programming modes.
OP1 Air Economizing Function.
OP2 Vacuum Timer Option
OP3 Signal Controlled Vacuum
The features of each operating mode can be shown and
discussed with the customer by switching between operation
modes. The catalog section on the MVS-201 Sensors is a
nice additional tool to show what this sensor offers.
Pre-Programming OP1, OP2 and OP3 is ideal for purpose of
this demonstration. The differences between OP1 and OP3
give the best visual and audio effect. The Parameters of OP1,
OP2 and OP3 are stored in the sensor EEPROM and are
ready to go each time you switch between operational modes
of the sensor.
CEK Emergency Stop Generator
with MPS-2 Sensor (F)
The CEK Integrated Generator is the most impressive
generator in the vacuum application case. This Generator will
create sales. There is no competition to the CEK Generator.
The CEK Generator is the basic CVK generator but with
Emergency Stop Functions. If the customer is not interested
in the CEK Emergency Stop Functions, you can still discuss
the CVK Generators, just different valves on the top.
To operate turn the selector switch to CEK and push the
vacuum button. This will turn the pilot valve on and create
vacuum. At the Set Point H-1 of the sensor, the Air
Economizing function will start. The Air Economizing Valve
inhibits the vacuum pilot signal and exhausts teh pressure on
the master valve. This stops the CEK from Creating Vacuum
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Pressure. The Check valve will hold the vacuum pressure in
the cup.
Any time the vacuum pressure falls below through the
Hysterisis set point (H-1 minus h-1) the generator will turn
back on.
Set point H-2 of the sensor will stop the timer to show
response time of the system.
The main feature of the CEK is the Emergency Stop function.
If power is disrupted during vacuum on, the generator will
default to vacuum on by passing air over the nozzle / diffuser
set. It will override the Air Economizing function. If power is
disrupted during vacuum off, the generator will NOT default to
create vacuum. It will stay in the off condition. The benefit of
Parker/Convum Emergency Stop functions is that during
power disruption, it will create vacuum if the PLC/PC last
command was to create vacuum, or wont create vacuum if the
PLC/PCs last command was to have vacuum off.
Demonstrate the Emergency Stop Function
Adhere a cup to something that has low or no leakage.
Show the Air Economizing function. While a cup is
adhered to a product, turn the power off with the On /
Off switch (5) on the front panel. This simulates loss of
power. The Generator defaults to creating vacuum. Turn
the power on and the unit will go back to Air
Economizing.
Some customers use normally open valves to create an
Emergency Stop function. Refer to the pneumatic circuit
in Figure 1. In this case, a customer takes away the
PLC/PC output signal to adhere a cup to a part. In the
event of power loss, the system will not drop a part
because it is the lack of power to the valve that creates
vacuum flow. But, if this system shown is not holding a
part, it defaults to creating vacuum and compressed air
is used even though no part is present. This system
could bleed all of the air in the compressed air system.
Figure 1
In the event of power loss, the CEK defaults to using
compressed air when the last command from the PLC/
PC was to create vacuum.
Demonstrate this function. With the CEK not creating
vacuum, turn the power off with the On / Off switch (5).
Nothing happens. The CEK will conserve compressed
air with the Air Economizing function and the
Emergency Stop function.
CVK / CEK check valve has very low leakage. Testing
CV
PFG Cup
Normally Open
Air Supply
Filter
shows a vacuum loss of only 0.63 inHg over a 24 hour
period on a new generator.
Customer Base
Combination of Air Economizing with the Emergency
Stop System makes the CEK the ultimate vacuum
circuit for material handling.
Robotics
Air Economizing is a feature of the CVK that would be
of particular interest to Robotic customers with non-
porous applications.
Kuka, Motoman, Nachi, Kawasaki, Mitsubishi
Automotive
GM, Ford, Chrysler, Honda, Toyota, Nissan,
Tier One Automotive
Material Handling
Sheet Metal Handling
Stamping Companies
Plastic Injection Molding Users.
Key Points
Large flow rates
Emergency Stop Modes
Power failure rides the generator to full vacuum
potential
DeviceNet Capable
Air Economizing Function Built into Electronic
Board
DeviceNet Failure rides the generator to full
vacuum potential
Sensor Options
MPS-2, MPS-6
Built in check valve in the event of loss of air.
Minimal Leakage on Check Valve.
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Output Normally
Open or Closed
Operating
Output Mode
Display
Refresh
Begin Programming
Select Units
of Measure
Switch Output
Setting and
Low Setting
Hysteresis
Setting and
High Setting
Hysteresis Mode Hysteresis Mode
Window Comparator Mode
Output Response
Selection
Display Color Choices
Red and / or Green,
Energy Save
Lock Unlock
1
2 3
4
Zero
Reset
5
Red
Green
Red
Green
Green
Red
Red
Green
Low High
Press for 3 Seconds
Press 1 x Press 1 x
Hold
Press 1 x
Hold
Press 1 x
Press for3 Sec.
Or Press 1x to Proceed
Or Press 1x to Proceed Or Press 1x to Proceed Or Press 1x to Return
Or Press 1x to Proceed Or Press 1x to Proceed
Wait 3 Seconds
Wait 3 Seconds
Will Display for 1 Second Will Display for 1 Second
Wait 5 Seconds
Wait 3 Seconds Wait 3 Seconds
Wait 3 Seconds Wait 3 Seconds
Output
On Off
Window Comparator Mode
Wait 5 Seconds
MPS-31 Programming Guide
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MVS-201 Programming Guide
2 1
Operating Mode 1
1
2 1
Press 1x
Operating Mode 2 Operating Mode 3
Switch Output
4
2 1 Outmode
Open or
Closed
Screen Saver
Peak Vacuum Level
Vacuum Level Response Time
Blow-off Time
2 3
2 1
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MPS-2 Programming Guide
Output Set Open
or Closed Selecting
Units of Measure
Easy Mode
Activation
Output Mode 1
Hysteresis or
Window
Comparator
Output Mode 2
Hysteresis or
Window
Comparator
Output 1 Setting Output 2 Setting Automatic Teach Mode
& Auto Surveillance
Display Refresh
Settings / Output
Response Time
Interval
Lock Unlock
Special Display
Features
Zero
Reset
Display Peak Value
Bottom Value or
Their Difference
Vacuum
Cycle
Release
Cycle
Peak
Value
Bottom
Value
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
10
11 12
2 1
2 1
2 1
2 1
2 1
2 1
2 1
2 1 2 1
2 1 2 1
2 1
2 1
2 1
2 1
Press 6x
Press for 3 Seconds
Press 1x
Hold
Press 1x
Press 7x Press 8x
Press 1x
Press 3x
Press 2x
Press 5x
Press 4x
Hold
Press
Hold
Press Press 1x
Window Comparator
Mode
Window Comparator
Mode
Hysteresis
Mode
Hysteresis
Mode
Low Low
High High
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MPS-9 Programming Guide
Switch Output
Setting
Hysteresis
Setting
Lock
Unlock
Selecting
Units of Measure
1 2
3
5
Wait 5 Seconds Wait 5 Seconds
Power Supply Off
4
Zero
Reset
Negative
Pressure
Compound
Pressure
kPa kPa
bar bar
mmHg kfg/cm
2
incHg PSI
Press 1x Press for 3 Seconds
Press for 3 Seconds
Press When Powering Up
Will Display
for 1 Second
Will Display
for 1 Second