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Communicator instruction manual

Communicator instruction manual

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2019/02/18
[Abstract]:
Section 1 Hardware Introduction This system selects Lingkong LC070S model (7 inch) touch screen as human-machine interface, external size W213.5mm×H159.5mm×D34.6mm, opening size W197mm×H142mm, display resolution 800×480. There are 3 communication serial ports,
GCHP series intelligent high frequency and high voltage ESP power supply
Man-machine interface operation instructions
 
  Section 1 Hardware Introduction
  This system selects Lingkong LC070S model (7 inch) touch screen as human-machine interface, external size W213.5mm×H159.5mm×D34.6mm, opening size W197mm×H142mm, display resolution 800×480. There are 3 communication serial ports, COM2 is RS485 port; 1 Ethernet port; 1 USB port; working power supply DC24V. COM2 serial port pin definition: 6--RS485-, 7--RS485+. See the random user manual for the LMI programmable HMI.
  The hand-held device is equipped with the relevant hardware configuration and wiring inside the metal casing according to the size of the touch screen. The front view of the appearance is as follows:
 
 
Figure 1.1
 
  The upper circular interface on the right side is the communication interface, and the RS485 interface line is connected. The RS485 interface line outlet is connected with the “+, -” of the high-frequency power supply RS485 communication line.
  The lower right elliptical double-hole interface on the right side is the working power interface of the hand-held device, and is connected to the matching interface plug wire, and the plug uses 220V AC.
 
  Section II Interface Operation Instructions
  The following is a description of eight high frequency power supplies (referred to as power supplies):
  1, boot the main screen
  As the monitoring system powers up, the touch screen automatically enters the main screen of the boot. As shown in Figure 2.1.1 below, this screen shows the operating status and primary and secondary output of 8 electric field power supplies.
 
Figure 2.1.1
 
  In each electric field status display column of the main screen, the three indicators of “Run, Stop, Fault” indicate the current status of the power supply unit (currently all gray indicates that the communication is not connected or not communicated)。
  The Run LED is lit (red), indicating that the system is up and the power supply is running and outputting.
  The “Stop” indicator is on (green), indicating that the system is in a stopped state, the power supply unit is not running and there is no secondary output.
  The fault indicator is lit (yellow), indicating that the system is in a fault or alarm state, prompting the user to check the alarm status of the power supply unit or the frequent flashover.
  The main screen displays the output of the device in the gray background frame of each electric field, including primary voltage, primary current, secondary voltage and secondary current, as shown in Figure 2.1.2 below:
 
 
  2, the operation information screen
  To view or control the individual electric field in detail, take “1# electric field” as an example. Click on the bottom gray area corresponding to the “1# electric field” to be queried (the area shown in Figure 2.1.2 above), and you can enter the corresponding 1# electric field “operation information” screen, as shown in Figure 2.2 below.
 
 
Figure 2.2
 
  The 1# electric field operation information screen has 3 items in the status display column, 8 items in the operation parameter table, 1 item in the secondary parameter curve chart, 4 in the sub-picture touch button, and 1 control button.
  Click the control button “switch” in the screen to switch to control the ESP power system to start or stop. When the system starts, the “Switch” button is displayed in red, and the “Run” indicator in the status display bar is on. As shown in the figure above, the 1# electric field power supply unit is in the running state.
  When the machine is stopped, the “switch” button is grayed out and the status display bar “stop” indicator is on. In the event of a system failure, the status display bar “Fault” indicator lights up.
  The operation parameter table shows eight main parameters of the ESP power system: primary side voltage and current, secondary side voltage and current, operating frequency, IGBT temperature, transformer oil temperature, and number of flashovers per unit time.
  The secondary side parameter curve records the real-time status of the secondary voltage and the secondary current respectively, and can visually see the continuous state of the two parameters within the first 8 minutes. As shown in the above figure, the red curve represents the secondary voltage continuous value, and the blue curve represents the secondary current continuous value. Two different color prompt buttons in the lower left corner of the screen are marked with corresponding parameter units (kV, mA), and the corresponding vertical axis coordinate scale range is 0--100 (kV), 0--2000 (mA)。 The flatter the two curves in the figure, the more stable the ESP power system is.
 
  3. Version information screen
  In the sub-picture button at the bottom of the operation information screen, click the “Serial Number” button to enter the current electric field (1# electric field) power supply unit version information screen, as shown in Figure 2.3 below:
 
 
Figure 2.3
 
  Enter the version information interface to query the current device machine code and the number of days remaining. When the remaining days display “9999” four nines, it means that the current power supply equipment is “permanent”。 Otherwise, the device automatically stops when the remaining number of days of power supply operation is zero. When the remaining days are not enough, you should enter the “decode” serial number in the decoding field to delay or permanently decode. After inputting the “decoding” information correctly, click the “Activate” button. When the remaining days are displayed as the required number of days (or the crack return value returns the corresponding value), the activation is successful.
 
  4, parameter setting screen
  Click the “Parameter Setting” button at the bottom of the “Run Information” or “Version Information” screen to enter the common parameter setting screen. The background of the screen is white, as shown in Figure 2.4.1 below.
 
Figure 2.4.1
 
  Common parameter settings and meanings are as follows:
 
 
  When the user sets the parameters, the user password is “12345”。 In the process of using high-frequency power supply, the customer first enters the common parameter setting screen and inputs the correct user password. Only need to set the “current setting” and “voltage setting” according to the electric field withstand voltage condition, so that the power supply can follow the given target value. The output runs. The rest of the parameters are default values, unless the electric field is special, it is not recommended to change!
 
  5, real-time fault picture
  Click the “Real-time fault” button at the bottom of any screen to enter the fault alarm real-time screen. The user can view the current alarm information at any time, red indicates fault information, and black (or green) indicates fault recovery information.
  Fault alarm content includes: primary side voltage fault, primary current overrun, secondary voltage overrun, secondary current overrun, secondary voltage short circuit, secondary side open circuit, Igbt temperature overheating, transformer oil temperature overheating, main board fault, fan Fault, Igbt failure, etc.
 
 
Figure 2.5
 
  6, historical fault screen
  Click the “Historical Fault” button at the bottom of the “Real-time Fault” screen to enter the fault alarm history screen. Users can view alarm information at specific times as needed. Red indicates fault information and black (or green) indicates fault recovery information.
  In the start time column on the left side, click the writing box to input the start time and end time according to the prompt. Click the “Query” button to display the alarm information of the corresponding time period. When there is more content, click the Page Turn button in the lower right corner.When the user sets the parameters, the user password is “12345”。 In the process of using high-frequency power supply, the customer first enters the common parameter setting screen and inputs the correct user password. Only need to set the “current setting” and “voltage setting” according to the electric field withstand voltage condition, so that the power supply can follow the given target value. The output runs. The rest of the parameters are default values, unless the electric field is special, it is not recommended to change!
  5, real-time fault picture
  Click the “Real-time fault” button at the bottom of any screen to enter the fault alarm real-time screen. The user can view the current alarm information at any time, red indicates fault information, and black (or green) indicates fault recovery information.
  Fault alarm content includes: primary side voltage fault, primary current overrun, secondary voltage overrun, secondary current overrun, secondary voltage short circuit, secondary side open circuit, Igbt temperature overheating, transformer oil temperature overheating, main board fault, fan Fault, Igbt failure, etc.
 
 
Figure 2.6
 
  Click the “Back” button at the bottom of any of the above screens to return to the “Home Screen”。 To enter other electric field power information viewing and parameter settings, simply click on the gray area shown in Figure 2.1.2 at the bottom of the corresponding electric field on the main screen.