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1.1 PCX-2 ................................................................................................................ 1
1.1.1 Intended Purpose ......................................................................................................... 2 1.1.2 Safety Instructions ....................................................................................................... 2 1.1.3 Technical Data .............................................................................................................. 3 1.1.4 Design............................................................................................................................ 4 1.1.4.1 Mechanical Components .................................................................................. 4 1.1.4.2 WAFER-LX Motherboard ................................................................................. 5 1.1.4.3 PCX-2 external interface connectors .............................................................. 15 1.1.4.4 WAFER-LX jumper settings ........................................................................... 22 1.1.4.5 Power Module Connectors and Jumpers ....................................................... 30 1.1.5 Software ...................................................................................................................... 32 1.1.5.1 Terms and Abbreviations ............................................................................... 32 1.1.5.2 Navigation ...................................................................................................... 36 1.1.5.3 Screen Structure ............................................................................................ 36 1.1.5.4 Menu Structure ............................................................................................... 37 1.1.5.5 Main Menu ...................................................................................................... 40 1.1.5.6 Maintenance Menu ....................................................................................... 109 1.1.5.7 User Management ........................................................................................ 110 1.1.5.8 Update .......................................................................................................... 111 1.1.5.9 Bash Commands .......................................................................................... 112 1.1.5.10 Config ......................................................................................................... 113 1.1.6 Maintenance and Repair .......................................................................................... 121 1.1.6.1 Repair ........................................................................................................... 121 1.1.6.2 Maintenance Schedule ................................................................................. 123 1.1.7 Appendix ................................................................................................................... 124 1.1.7.1 Control Network ............................................................................................ 124 1.1.7.2 Network Structure ......................................................................................... 124

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1.1 PCX-2

Revision History and Version Check

Date 2012-01-11

Reason (elaboration, modification etc.) Revision

Author Claudia Werner

Version 0106

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1.1.1 Intended Purpose


PCX-2 is a control component for conveying systems and automatic picking systems. The user manual describes the hardware and software of PCX-2. No use other than that specified in this document is permitted.

1.1.2 Safety Instructions

CAUTION
Anyone dealing with the operation and the maintenance of the system / machine or its components must be familiar with the safety instructions in chapter "01 Instructions" of the operating manual.

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1.1.3 Technical Data

Table 1: Technical data Specification PCX-2 Dimensions L x W x H [mm] Dead weight [kg] Protection class IP protection class (EN60529) Power supply Electrical power supply [VAC] Frequency [Hz] Electrical power supply [VDC] Power input [W] Power consumption [W] System Requirements CPU RAM Storage medium External interfaces VGA-connector [number] Network connector RJ45 [number] CAN connector [number] Serial port [number] RS-232 RS-422 or RS-485 USB connector [number] Surrounding conditions Surrounding temperature range [C] Surrounding humidity [%] From +4 to +40 From 5 to 90, not condensing 1 2 3 1 1 2 500 MHz AMD Geode LX 800 SO-DIMM Compact-Flash Type II 3x 400 50/60 From 9 to 36 24 (e.g. +24 V at 1 A) 15 223.6 x 110.7 x 61.8 3.5 I (protective grounding) 20

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1.1.4 Design
1.1.4.1 Mechanical Components

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Socket for voltage supply DB9 CAN connectors Audio socket Power LED Reset button VGA connector COM1 connector, RS232 Ethernet connectors, RJ-45 USB connectors COM2 connector, RS422/485

Top cover The top cover covers both sides of the PCX-2. It is secured to the PCX-2 with eight retention screws, two on each side and four on the bottom surface. The jagged surface of the top cover optimizes heat dissipation into the atmosphere.

DANGER
Danger of death! Defective electrical components could be energized and thus be dangerous to life. Switch off the machine/installation. Lock-out, tag-out the machine/installation before removing top cover.

Remove the top cover to access the internal controller components.

WAFER-LX Motherboard PC/104 module Memory module (SO-DIMM) Compact-Flash (CF) type II connector

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1.1.4.2 WAFER-LX Motherboard All PCX-2 models have a WAFER-LX motherboard installed in the controller.

The jumpers and connectors are relevant to the configuration and installation of the controller. For a complete list of jumpers and connectors on the WAFER-LX motherboard, please refer to the WAFER-LX user manual. WAFER-LX jumper and connector locations
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CN8 SO-DIMM CN5 CN2 CN1 CN26 CN22 CN21 CN20 CN18 CN16 CN13 CN12

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Onboard connectors and jumpers The connectors are connected to front panel components and the power module. Detailed descriptions of the connectors can be found in the section "Wafer-LX Onboard Connector Pinouts". For a more comprehensive list of jumpers and connectors, please refer to the WAFER-LX user manual.

Table 2: Onboard connectors, jumpers Connector AT power connector ATX power enabled connector Audio connector Compact-Flash slot LED connector Connector reset button RS-422/485 serial port connector Type 4-pin AT power 3-pin wafer 10-pin box header 50-pin socket 6-pin wafer 2-pin wafer 14-pin header Name CN1 CN2 CN8 CN32 CN5 CN12 CN16

External interface connectors External interface connectors are located on the WAFER-LX motherboard. Detailed descriptions of the connectors can be found in the section "PCX-2 external interface connectors".

Table 3: External interface connectors Connector Ethernet connector RS-232 serial port connector USB port VGA port connector Type RJ-45 9-pin male USB port 15-pin female Name CN20, CN21 CN22 CN18 CN26

Onboard jumpers For a complete list of jumpers and connectors, please refer to the WAFER-LX user manual.

Table 4: Onboard jumpers Description AT power select COM 2 mode setup Clear CMOS Type 2-pin header 3-pin header 2-pin header Name JP1 JP2 CN7

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WAFER-LX on-board connector pinouts The following chapter describe the motherboard pinouts and the controller components to which they have been connected. AT power input connector The AT power connector (CN1) on the WAFER-LX is connected to the power out connector (CN6) on the power module. The power source is connected to either the 4-pin power block or the power line jack; power is then fed into the power input connector (CN3) on the power module. The power is then transferred through the power module circuitry to the power output connector (CN6) on the power module and fed through the power cable to the power input connector (CN1) on the WAFER-LX motherboard.

AT power connector location 1 CN1 Table 5: AT power connector Connector AT Type 4-pin Name CN1

Table 6: AT power connector pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 Description +5 V Ground Ground +10 V

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ATX power enabled connector The ATX power connector (CN2) on the WAFER-LX is connected directly to the ATX enable connector (CN7) on the power module ensuring that ATX power supplies can be used on the controller.
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ATX power connector location 1 CN2 Table 7: ATX power enabled connector Connector ATX Type 3-pin Name CN2

Table 8: ATX power connector pinouts Pin 1 3 5 Description VCC 5VSB N/C PS_ON

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Audio connector A RealTek ALC203 codec on the WAFER-LX motherboard is interfaced to the 10-pin audio connector. Two LINE_OUT Pins (Pin 1 and Pin 5) are the interface to the audio socket by means of a pre-installed cable. Audio signals are transmitted from the RealTek ALC203 codec to the audio connector, through a cable into the audio jack and finally to the speakers.

Position audio connector 1 CN2 Table 9: Audio connector Connector Audio Type 10 pins, 2x five rows Name CN8

Table 10: Audio connector pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Description Line Out Right Line In Right Ground Ground Line Out Left Line In Left Ground Ground MIC In N/C

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Compact-Flash connector Compact-Flash cards (type II) can be installed in the Compact-Flashcard socket on the solder side of the motherboard.
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Position Compact-Flash 1 CN32 Table 11: Compact-Flash connector Connector Compact-Flash Type 2 sockets (50 pins) Name CN32 (solder side)

Table 12: Compact-Flash connector pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Description Ground DATA 3 DATA 4 DATA 5 DATA 6 DATA 7 HDC_CS0# N/C Ground N/C N/C N/C VCC_COM N/C N/C N/C N/C SA2 SA1 SA0 DATA 0 DATA 1 DATA 2 N/C VCC-IN CHECK2

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Table 12: Compact-Flash connector pinouts Pin 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Description VCC-IN CHECK1 DATA11 DATA12 DATA13 DATA14 SDATA15 HDC_CS1 N/C IOR# IOW# VCC_COM IRQ15 VCC_COM CSEL N/C HDD_RESET IORDY SDREQ SDACK# HDD_ACTIVE# 66DET DATA8 DATA 9 DATA 10 Ground

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LED connector Pin 5 and pin 6 on the WAFER-LX LED connector (CN5) are connected to a HDD LED on the front panel of the PCX-2. This LED is turned on when the controller is turned on. Pin 3 and pin 4 on the WAFER-LX LED connector (CN5) are connected to the power button. The power button is also illuminated when the controller is turned on.

LED connector location 1 CN5 Table 13: LED connector Connector LED Type 6-pin Name CN5

Table 14: LED connector pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 Description +5 V Ground PWR LED+ PRW LEDHDD LED+ HDD LED-

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Connector reset button The reset button connector (CN12) is connected to the reset button on the front panel of the PCX-2.

Position reset button 1 CN12 Table 15: Connector reset button Connector Reset button Type 2-pin Name CN12

Table 16: Reset button pinouts Pin 1 2 Description Reset button Ground

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RS-422/485 serial port connector Pin 10 to pin 14 on the WAFER-LX serial port connector (CN16) are connected to COM2 port of the PCX-2. COM2 can be configured as a RS-422 or a RS-485 serial port.

RS-232 serial port connector location 1 CN16 Table 17: RS-422/485 serial port connector Connector RS-422/485 Type 14 pins, 2x 7 rows Name CN16

Table 18: RS-422/485 pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Description DCD# DSR# RXD RTS# TXD CTS# DTR# RI#Vout Ground Ground TXD485+ TXD485RXD485+ RXD485-

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1.1.4.3 PCX-2 external interface connectors The external interface connectors are located on the front panel of the PCX-2 controller. These external interface connectors connect to external peripheral devices. The following six connectors are located on the WAFER-LX motherboard:

VGA: 15-pin female D-SUB connector COM1: 9-pin female D-SUB connector ETH1: RJ-45 connector ETH2: RJ-45 connector USB1: USB connector USB2: USB connector
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Socket for voltage supply DB9 CAN connectors Audio socket Power LED Reset button VGA connector COM1 connector RS232 RJ-45 Ethernet connectors USB connectors COM2 connector RS422/485
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A further 9-pin D-SUB M on the front panel provides an additional serial port:

COM2: 9-pin female D-SUB connector

The PC/104 module installed in the PCX-2 connects to three CAN connectors on the front panel:

CAN1: 9-pin female D-SUB connector CAN2: 9-pin female D-SUB connector CAN3: 9-pin female D-SUB connector

Other external connectors and devices located on the front panel include:

LINE-OUT connector DC connector (power terminal) Power LED Reset button

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USB connector USB devices connect directly to the USB connectors.

Table 19: USB connector Connector USB Name CN19

Table 20: External USB connector pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Description VCC_USB DATA1DATA1+ Ground VCC_USB DATA2DATA2Ground

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Ethernet connector A 10/100 Megabit connection can be established between the Ethernet connector and a Local Area Network (LAN) through a network hub. The RJ45 Ethernet connector has a green and a yellow status LED. The green LED indicates activity on the port and the yellow LED indicates that the port is linked.
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1 2 Table 21: Ethernet connector Connector Ethernet Type RJ45 Name

Green, status LED Yellow, status LED

CN20, CN21

Table 22: Ethernet connector pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Description TX+ TXRX+ N/C N/C RXN/C N/C

Table 23: Ethernet connector LEDs Connector Status Green Description ON: 100 MB OFF: 10 MB Link LED Status Yellow Description ON: connected FLASHING: activity

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Serial communications CAN1 to CAN3


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CAN pinouts locations Table 24: CAN serial port Name CAN_L CAN_H Shielding nc CAN_GND Onboard pin header P3300 D-Sub connector 2 7 5 1, 4, 8, 9 3, 6

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COM1 and COM2 connectors These connectors are serial interfaces installed on the PCX-2. Connector COM1 is installed directly on the WAFER LX. Connector COM2 is an interface to the WAFER LX board.
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COM1 and COM2 connectors Table 25: COM1 and COM2 connectors Connector COM1, COM2 Type DB-9 Name COM1: CN22 COM2: CN16

Table 26: COM1, COM2 pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 Description Data Carrier Detect (DCD) Modulation carrier identification Received Data (RXD) Signal for incoming data from counterpart to PCX-2 Transmitted Data (TXD) Signal for outgoing data from PCX-2 to counterpart Data Terminal Ready (DTR) Signal that PCX-2 is ready Common ground Data Set ready (DSR) Counterpart ready for sending. Ready for sending does not imply ready for receiving, see pin 8. Request To Send (RTS) PCX-2 ready for sending data (signal sending request at output) Clear To Send (CTS) Counterpart ready to receive. Ready for receiving does not imply ready for sending, see pin 6. Ring Indicator (RI) PCX-2 ready for data input (signal receiving request (ring indicator) at input

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VGA connector The VGA (Video Graphics Array) connector is an analog computer display standard for plug and cable connections between PCX-2 and display device.

Table 27: VGA connector Connector VGA Name CN26

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VGA connector Table 28: VGA pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Description Red (0.7 Volt at 75 Ohm)

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Green or (analog) monochrome signal (level and impedance) Blue (level and impedance) ID2 (monitor ID no. 2) or reserve Digital mass for DDC Mass for red Mass for green Mass for blue Not configured At times +5 Volts for graphic card (= computer connected) Mass for synchronous signals ID0 ID1 or digital data exchange (DDC - SDA, serial data = data line) Horizontal or joint synchronization Vertical synchronization Digital data exchange (DDC - SCL, serial clock = impulse line)

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CAN connectors The three CAN bus connectors are interfaced to the PC/104 module through an onboard connector (CN3).

Table 29: CAN connectors Connector CAN Type DB-9 Name CAN1, CAN2, CAN3

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1.1.4.4 WAFER-LX jumper settings Before the WAFER-LX is installed in the controller, the jumpers must be set in accordance with the desired configuration. The WAFER-LX motherboard has three onboard jumpers. A jumper is a metal bridge that is used to close an electrical circuit. It consists of two metal pins and a small metal clip (often protected by a plastic cover) that slides over the pins to connect them. To SET a jumper means connecting the pins of the jumper with the plastic clip. To OPEN a jumper means removing the plastic clip from a jumper.

Jumper Table 30: Jumper Description AT power select Clear CMOS RS-422/485 select Type 2-pin 2-pin 3-pin Name JP1 CN7 JP2

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Clear CMOS jumper

The battery connector (CN7) is used as the clear CMOS jumper on the WAFER-LX.

1 Table 31: Type of clear CMOS jumper Type 2-pin header Name CN7

CN7

If the WAFER-LX fails to boot due to improper BIOS settings, use this connector to clear the CMOS data and reset the controller BIOS information. Reset the controller BIOS settings. To do this, disconnect CN7 and keep it disconnected for at least five seconds.

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If the CMOS settings wrong message is displayed during the boot up process, the error may be corrected by pressing F1 to enter the CMOS setup menu. Do one of the following:

Enter the correct CMOS setting Load optimal defaults Load failsafe defaults

After having done one of the above, save the changes. Exit the CMOS settings menu.

Table 32: Clear CMOS jumper Clear CMOS Closed Open Description Keep CMOS setup Clear CMOS setup Standard -

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AT power select The AT/ATX power mode select jumper specifies the controller power mode.
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JP1

Table 34: AT power select AT power select Closed Open Description Use AT power ATX mode Standard -

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RS-422/485 Serial Port Select This jumper configures the COM2 serial port connector as an RS-422 serial port or as an RS-485 serial port (pins).

Serial port mode select jumper 1 JP2 Table 35: RS-422/485 serial port select Type 3-pin header Name JP2

Table 36: Serial port mode select jumper settings Jumper JP2 Set 1-2 Set 3-4 Description RS-422 RS-485 Standard -

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VITO-2071 PC/104 module connector location Table 37: Peripheral interface connectors Connector/Jumper CAN bus connectors Base Address Select Jumper CAN IRQ Select Jumper CAN IRQ Select Jumper CAN IRQ Select Jumper Burn-in CPLD interface CAN0 terminal res. Type 12-pin 8-pin 10-pin 10-pin 10-pin 10-pin 2-pin Name CN3 J2 JP4 JP5 JP6 CN8 JP7, JP8, JP9

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CAN bus connector The three CAN connectors serve to establish communication to the CAN bus.

Table 38: CAN bus connector pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Description CAN0_H CN0_L CAN0_GND Shield GND CAN1_H CAN1_L CAN1_GND Shield GND CAN2_H CAN2_L CAN2_GND Shield GND

Base address select jumper

Table 39: Base address select jumper pinouts Jumper J2 Set 1-2, 3-4, 5-6 Set 3-4, 5-6 Set 1-2, 5-6 Set 5-6 Set 1-2, 3-4 Set 3-4 Set 1-2 Open Base address 200H 240H 280H 2C0H 300H 340H 380H 3C0H

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Base address

Table 40: Base address Address Base+7 Base+1 Base+2 Base+3 Base+4 Base+5 Base+6 Base+8 Base+9 Base+A Name ID_EN CAN0_CS CAN0_ALE CAN1_CS CAN1_ALE CAN2_CS CAN2_ALE CAN0_RST CAN1_RST CAN2_RST

CAN IRQ select jumper

Table 41: CAN IRQ select jumper CAN0 Jumper IRQ5 IRQ7 IRQ9 IRQ10 IRQ11 JP4 Set 1-2 Set 3-4 Set 5-6 Set 7-8 Set 9-10 CAN1 JP5 Set 1-2 Set 3-4 Set 5-6 Set 7-8 Set 9-10 CAN2 JP6 Set 1-2 Set 3-4 Set 5-6 Set 7-8 Set 9-10

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1.1.4.5 Power Module Connectors and Jumpers The connectors listed in and shown in are on the IDD-936260A DC-to-DC power converters.

Power module connector locations Table 42: Power module connector pinouts Connector ATX mode Input power Output power Power mode jumper Type 3-pin 4-pin 3-pin 2-pin Name CN7 CN3 CN1, CN2, CN3, CN6 JP1

ATX mode connector The controller is configured in the ATX power mode. The ATX power mode connector (CN7) is directly connected to the ATX power enabled connector (CN2) on the WAFER-LX motherboard.

Table 43: ATX mode connector pinouts Pin 1 2 3 Description 5VSB Ground PS_ON

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Input power connector The input power connector (CN3) is connected directly to the front panel terminal block. Power is received in this connector from an external power source.

Table 44: Input power connector pinouts Pin 1 2 3 4 Description Vin Vin Ground Ground

Output power connectors There are four output power connectors: CN1, CN2, CN5 and CN6. CN1 is directly connected to the power connector (CN1) on the WAFER-LX motherboard.

Table 45: Output power connector pinouts Pin 1 2 3 Description +5 V Ground +12 V

Power mode jumper The power mode jumper, JP1, selects the power mode for the controller. By default the controller has been configured as an AT power controller.

Table 46: Power mode jumper Jumper Closed. Not closed. Mode AT ATX

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1.1.5 Software
This chapter provides a thorough introduction to working with the PCX-2 software. It includes the description of the menu navigation as well as the description of the user interface.

1.1.5.1 Terms and Abbreviations

Table 47: Terms and Abbreviations Term 100BaseT 10BaseT AC Order Pemat module Belt control Bash Filling point Operating system Description 100 MBit/s Fast Ethernet bandwidth specifications for UTP cable (Unshielded Twisted Pair CAT5). The maximum range is 100 meters per segment. 10 MBit/s Ethernet bandwidth specifications for two pairs of twisted pair cables with RJ45 connectors (CAT3, CAT4, CAT5). The maximum range is 100 meters per segment. Alternating Current. Part of an order that is picked into a tote or handled in a certain work step. Every order is identified by means of an order number and a page number. Pemat. The Pemat is a device developed by SSI Schfer Peem for fully automatic picking of articles. Control of the belt. Bash (Bourne Again Shell) is used as standard shell by most of the distributions. A shell accepts user entries and translates them into tasks (e.g. program polls). Place for filling totes. Software, consisting of programs and data, that runs on computers and manages the computer hardware and provides common services for efficient execution of various application software. Data transfer in two directions. BIOS (Basic Input Output System) is a hardware-bound core system for checking and controlling the data flow between different hardware components. A message sent to all computers or processors in a network (not to one specific recipient). Subsystem which transfers data between computer components and which can be accessed by all connected stations. Controller Area Network. Fieldbus system (serial bus system) Control unit that provides the CAN Bus with concentrated data of the automat modules. Control unit which provides digital / analog inputs and outputs and serial ports for the CAN bus. The CAN I/O is the connection between the devices that communicate with the CAN bus and between the conventional input and output level. CAN I/O or CAN gateway control unit. CAN interface Standard definition for cables with RJ45 connectors for 100 Mbit networks. CFC (Compact Flash Card) is a storage device Change directory

Bidirectional BIOS Broadcast Bus CAN CAN Bus CAN gateway (CAN I/O Extended) CAN I/O

CAN node CAN line CAT5 CFC cd (chdir)

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Table 47: Terms and Abbreviations Term CPU Description

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Central processing unit of a computer system, consisting of several functional units: a control unit, an arithmetic logic unit, a microprocessor, and a memory component. The control unit controls the program, as well as inputs and outputs. The control unit translates commands into switching operations and transmits the commands to the other system components. The arithmetic logic unit performs arithmetic and logical operations. The main memory includes several system programs of the operating system, the user programs and data. Version management (Concurrent Version System). Direct Current. Accessing devices stored under "/dev" by means of special entries in the file system. The entries contain the device numbers that allow the kernel to reach the device driver. Assigning a dynamic IP address to the computer (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol). ECP is an extension of the parallel interface which allows to connect several devices to the parallel port and guarantees a higher transfer rate (Extended Capabilities Port). Storage location of the CAN node configuration (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory). If this menu is selected, the ID of the CAN node is reset to its default value (31). Mode of a parallel port (Enhanced Parallel Port). EPP supports bidirectional data transfer (high transfer rate). Technology for connecting local networks. Ethernet with a speed of 100 Mbit/s. File FTP is a file transfer protocol based on the TCP/IP internet protocol (File Transfer Protocol). Interface between several networks to translate protocol data units. Ground Half-duplex refers to a data transfer method which allows for data transfer in only one direction. Physical components of computer systems. History of a version update. A customer computer to manage picking order and master data. The host transmits work orders to the warehouse control computer. Generation of IBM computers (Advanced Technology). Identification number of the CAN node Defines the requirements for parallel interfaces (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). IP (Internet Protocol) is the basic protocol for data transfer via the Internet. A unique number that every computer connected to the Internet is assigned. Standard that defines the physical conditions for the CAN interface. A starting process that begins when the system is switched on. During a cold start the system normally carries out several basic hardware checks and then loads the operating system from the hard disk into the RAM. A channel is a part of an automatic picking system in which the articles are stacked. In the master data administration each article is assigned to a certain channel. Name for an individually connected station. The term customer order refers to a complete order received from a customer. A customer order may be divided into several orders printed on separate order pages and assigned to a different tote each. Computer responsible for monitoring the conveying and picking system and for the control of the stations and Pemat modules. The warehouse control computer transmits the data received and processed by the host to the subordinate process computer.

CVS DC Device DHCP ECP EEPROM

EPP Ethernet Fast Ethernet File FTP Gateway GND Half-duplex Hardware History Host IBM PC/AT ID IEEE 1284 IP IP address ISO 11898 Cold start

Channel Node Order

Warehouse control computer

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Table 47: Terms and Abbreviations Term Latency LED Log file MAC address Description

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Time a computer or processor needs to wait for the answer to a network query (reaction time). Light-emitting diodes are used as indicator lamps. Protocol that is automatically generated about all or certain actions of one or several users at a computer or processor. The MAC address (Medium Access Control) is the hardware address of a network card that uniquely identifies a host within a network. A MAC address consists of six bytes, usually separated by a colon (e.g. 00:A0:27:E4:55:1C). Screens are used for viewing and processing data. Menus help the user to navigate between screens. Computer output. In parallel ports several bits are transferred at the same time. Part of login. The password protects applications or programs against unauthorized access. Superior process computer. Each product is clearly defined by the product number. Additional information in the master data may e.g. include the name of the product or its last measured dimensions. The product number can be alphanumerical. When changing or deleting a product, it is important to also change barcode data and product assignments. It is not possible to delete an article as long as there is still a storage location assigned to it. It is monitored by the warehouse control computer and serves to control the station computers of stations and automats. The computer is shut down and restarted without interrupting the power supply (reboot). RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computing) is a CPU design strategy based on the insight that simplified instructions can provide higher performance. Standard twisted pair connector (Registered Jack 45). Voltage interface for a serial, asynchronous data transfer. The different voltage levels represent the information. Serves to fill totes. The products falling into the tote are distributed evenly. Point of contact between two systems which allows to compensate different characteristics during communication.

Screen Menu Parallel interface Password PCX-2 Product

Process computer Reset/restart RISC RJ45 RS232 Shaker Interface


SDRAM Serial port S-Pemat Station

Hardware: definition of physical data (voltage level) and geometrical connection data at a transmission point, e.g. computer or processor with peripheral equipment such as monitors, printers, storage discs, etc. Software: definition of program interfaces, data (definition of the transfer format between GIS products).

Part of the working memory (Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory). Computer in/output. Peripheral devices can be connected via serial ports. During data transmission through a serial port data are transmitted bit by bit. Automat A station is an area of the conveyor system where totes are handled (e.g. stopped, read, diverted) based on logical control commands. Apart from these basic functions, stations can also have special functions, for example weight station, filling station or picking station. A 32-bit mask that defines how many bits of the Internet address are meant for addressing within a subnet. Software type Guarantees that all components of a computer work synchronously. TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) is a reliable, connection-based network protocol and part of the TCP/IP protocol family.

Subnet mask SW Pulse TCP

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Table 47: Terms and Abbreviations Term TCP/IP protocoll Description

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Standard Internet Protocol (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol). The standard Internet Protocol provides the possibility of error correction and routing control. The internet protocol (IP) defines the transfer route for the data packets. The header of the packets transmitted by TCP/IP contains a target address, which is the IP address of the computer or processor that has requested the data. The partial protocol TCP makes sure that all the transmitted bytes are correctly received. Thus, the TCP/IP is a "routing-capable" protocol. Communication option. The Telnet Protocol is a bidirectional 8 bit per byte oriented communication possibility. This is used to allow users to access the computer via the command line. Change log. USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a bus system used for connecting a computer to external devices and for exchanging data. VGA stands for a computer graphic standard that defines certain combinations of picture resolution and colors (bit depth) as well as the repetition frequency (Video Graphics Array/Video Graphics Adapter).

Telnet

Trace USB VGA

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1.1.5.2 Navigation The menu items are selected by using the cursor keys and by pressing the Enter key. The character "*" marks the current position. The keys explained hereinafter also allow you to navigate through the program.

Table 48: Navigation Key Up Down Esc CR F ANY Description Scroll upwards Scroll downwards Cancel operation Display or select contents Find Move to next page

1.1.5.3 Screen Structure A menu item has three parts:


SSI SCHAEFER PEEM PCX V 0.77.12 . [../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml] / *01.) can [simulate=true tracelevel=0] 02.) comm 03.) globset [boxlength=47 conveyingspeed=60] 04.) stations 05.) belts 06.) pemats 15:71:49
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Table 49: Screen Structure Part 1 2 3 Description Program name with version and computer name. Path to the programs. Display and input area. Serves for displaying statistical data and lists or for entering system parameters.

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1.1.5.4 Menu Structure 1. System

CAN I. Download II. Monitor III. Status IV. Lines V. Information VI. Statistic Node IO Timing


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Application

Automat I. Order II. Dispenser III. Controller IV. Modules V. Eject > Test > Error > Statistic > Cycle VI. Loading > Info > Measure > Shaker > Shutter > Simulate > Statistic VII. Product > Info > Measure > Offset > Error VIII.Inactive IX. Download X. Config > Import > Export

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Station I. Information II. States III. Tracking IV. Statistic V. SCI > Counters > History VI. Pool VII. Performance VIII.Announce IX. Response X. Test Brochure I. Order II. Information III. Test BB PBL I. Order II. Statistic III. Gateway IV. Inactive V. Loading VI. Address VII. Download Labeling I. Information Pulses Belt


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5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Restart Reboot History Save Load Day

Networking Reporting Counter Versions Tracing

Display Levels

10. Memory 11. USB

Load Save

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1.1.5.5 Main Menu When the PCX-2 is started, the main menu is displayed, which allows the user to select various menus.

Table 50: Main menu SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/ System Application Configuration Software Networking Reporting Counter Versions Tracing Memory USB PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:47:10

The following menus are available:

Table 51: Submenus Submenu System Application Configuration Software Networking Reporting Counter Version Tracing Memory USB Description Displays general data on the CAN node. CAN node maintenance and displays inputs and outputs. Displays automat, product, and station data. Configuration of parameters. Restarts programs or the PCX-2 and saves and loads program versions. Displays network information. Displays error frequency and duration. Displays a counter (of certain programs). Displays the version details. Displays the internal log file. Displays not released disk space. Loads and saves the program and configurations by means of a USB stick

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System The "System" menu contains screens displaying information on the CAN node. The "System" menu allows for maintenance of the CAN node and displays inputs and outputs1. Select "System" in the main menu to open the screen.

Table 52: Select System/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/System/ CAN Node IO Timing PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:47:10

Table 53: System Submenu CAN Node IO Timing Description Displays general data and functions of the CAN node. Maintenance of the CAN node directly via the PCX-2. Displays the inputs and outputs of the CAN node. Shows how long the inputs were free or occupied.

1. Generation and display of orders.

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CAN The "CAN" submenu contains screens for carrying out a download on a CAN line. Additionally, the trace, status, information and statistics of the CAN interface are displayed. Select "CAN" in the "System" menu to open the submenu.

Table 54: Select System/CAN SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/System/CAN Download Monitor Status Lines Info Statistic PCX-2 V 077.12 06:47:10

Table 55: CAN Submenu Download Monitor Status Lines Info Statistic Description Carries out a download on a CAN line. Displays the trace of a CAN interface. Displays the status of a CAN interface. Displays the status of all CAN connections. Displays information on all connected CAN nodes. Displays communication statistics on a CAN node.

CAN - Download The "Download" screen allows to download a program on a CAN line. After a line is entered, a download is initiated for all devices of this specific interface. The CAN nodes request the program from the PCX-2. Select "Download" in the submenu "CAN" to open the screen.

This item shall only be polled if a new program must be sent to all computers. A download for only one device should be started directly at the CAN node. The download interferes with operation at the stations.

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CAN - Monitor The "Monitor" screen displays the trace of the CAN interface. All received and transmitted messages sent via a certain CAN interface are logged (time and contents). Select "Monitor" in the submenu "CAN" to open the screen.

Table 56: Select System/CAN/Monitor/CAN1 SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/System/CAN/Monitor/CAN1 Time 06:47:11.088 06:47:11.092 06:47:11.207 06:47:12.678 06:47:12.731 06:47:12.890 06:47:19:882 06:47:12.979 06:47:14.883 06:47:15.174 06:47:16.087 06:47:16.092 06:47:16.206 06:47:17.677 06:47:17.731 06:47:17.900 06:47:17.978 06:47:19:882 FC [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 [44 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ID 04] 03] 08] 05] 01] 00] 06] 07] 06] 02] 04] 03] 08] 05] 01] 00] 07] 06] Data < < < < < > < < < < < < < < < < < < PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:47:10

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Table 57: Monitor Column Time FC ID <, > 05 00 05 Description Time. Function code (44: heartbeats - sign of life). ID (Broadcast: 0 always from the PCX-2). Direction ("<" to PCX-2, ">" from PCX-2) Data part, depending on function code.

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CAN - Status The "Status" screen displays the status of a CAN interface. The status depends on the used chip. Select "Status" in the submenu "CAN" to open the screen.

Table 58: Select System/CAN/Status/CAN0 SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/System/CAN/Status/CAN0 Chip: Status: Packets: Bytes: Outstanding: Large data: i82527 transmission okay, receive okay 146198 141658 0, 3 0, 6 PCX-2 V 077.12 06:47:10

Table 59: Status Line Chip Status Packets Bytes Outstanding Large data Description CAN Bus-Chip (i82527, sja1000, no chip). Status information (depending on chip). Number of received and sent packets. Number of received and sent bytes. Number of messages to be sent (current value, maximum value). Number of current and maximum large data transfers.

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CAN - Lines The "Lines" screen displays the status of all CAN connections. Select "Lines" in the submenu "CAN" to open the screen.

Table 60: Select System/CAN/Lines SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/System/CAN/Lines Dev CAN0 CAN1 Chip i82527 sja1000 Packets 151029 53394 Bytes 146497 29749 Outstand 0, 3 0, 19 Ldt 0 0 Status transmit okay, receive okay transmit buffer released, transmission PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:52:14

Table 61: Lines Column Dev Chip Packets Bytes Outstand Ldt Status Description Device name. CAN Bus-Chip (i82527, sja1000, no chip). Number of received and sent packets. Number of received and sent bytes. Number of messages to be sent (current value, maximum value). Number of open Large Data Transfers (telegram > 8 bytes). Status information (depending on chip).

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CAN - Info The "Info" screen provides information on all connected CAN nodes. Select "Info" in the submenu "CAN" to open the screen.

Table 62: Select System/CAN/Info SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/System/CAN/Info Name P4 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 Serial# SN-00-0000927 SN-00-0000922 SN-00-0000924 SN-00-0000934 SN-00-0000923 SN-00-0000928 SN-00-0000929 SN-00-0000933 SN-00-0000921 HW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SW 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Version 0.114.1 0.114.2 0.114.2 0.114.2 0.114.2 0.114.2 0.114.2 0.114.2 0.114.2 Status active active active active active active active active active Reset 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Inactive 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:52:14

Table 63: Information Column Name Serial# HW SW Version Status Reset Inactive Description Device or station name. Serial number (unique for each device). Hardware type (directly on the board). Software type. Version number. Status of the CAN node (active/inactive). Number of times a reset was done. Restarting the PCX-2 triggers a cold-start at the node. Number of times the node became inactive.

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CAN - Statistic The "Statistic" screen displays the communication Statistic of the CAN nodes (the number of packets can be higher than the number of bytes since there are messages without data part). Select "Statistic" in the submenu "CAN" to open the screen.

Table 64: Select System/CAN/Statistic SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/System/CAN/Statistic Name P4 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 TX (P) 1469 97 80 311 608 601 596 302 588 TX (B) 1469 367 311 1021 1941 1901 1875 958 1831 RX (P) 153674 5864 5842 6288 7069 6827 7801 7389 6824 RX (B) 149087 504 406 2022 4942 3940 7806 6315 3904 TO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 006:52:14

Table 65: Statistic Column Name TX (P) TX (B) RX (P) RX (B) TO Description Device or station name. Number of sent packets. Number of sent bytes. Number of received packets. Number of received bytes. Timeout for a message volume of > 8 bytes (Large Data Transfer).

Node The "Node" screen allows to start maintenance of the CAN node directly via the PCX-2. If the maintenance menu of the CAN node is displayed via the PCX-2, maintenance is not possible on the CAN node (SER2). After selecting the node, the maintenance menu of the node is displayed. Select "Node" in the "System" menu to open the screen.

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IO The "IO" screen displays the inputs and outputs of the CAN node. Select "IO" in the "System" menu to open the screen.

Table 66: Select System/IO SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/System/IO Name P4 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 Outputs 01 to 08 01000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 Details <D> Inputs I1 to I8 00010010 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 Timing <T> Inputs I9 to I16 10000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:54:22

Table 67: IO Column Name Outputs 01 to 08 Inputs I1 to I8 Inputs I9 to I16 Description Station name. Outputs 01 to 08. Inputs I1 to I8. Inputs I9 to I16.

Table 68: Function IO Key D T Action Displays input and output status of a CAN node. Shows for how long the inputs were free or occupied.

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Timing The "Timing" screen shows how long the inputs were free or occupied. Select "Timing" in the "System" menu to open the screen.

Table 69: Select System/Timing SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/System/Timing <I01> <I02> <I03> <I04> <I05> <I06> <I07> <I08> <I09> <I10> <I11> <I12> <I13> <I14> <I15> <I16> 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.1.7 1.1.8 1.1.9 1.1.10 1.1.11 1.1.12 1.1.13 1.1.14 1.1.15 1.1.16 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ 1.585] s 1.585] s 1.585] s 1.585] s 1.585] s 1.585] s 1.585] s 1.585] s 1.585] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 0.000] s 1.585] s PCX-2 V 0.77.12 12:24:30

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Application The "Application" menu contains screens for displaying product and station data, as well as data of the automatic picking system. Select "Application" in the main menu to open the screen.

Table 70: Select Application/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/ Automat Station Brochure BB PBL Labeling Pulses Belt PCX-2 V 0.77.12 07:10:46

Table 71: Application Submenu Automat Station Brochure BB PBL Labeling Pulses Belt Description Displays order data, status of the automate computer of the channels and modules. Displays information about the stations. Displays the status of the brochure insertion machine. Displays information about PBL or ML. Displays the status of the print station. Displays the status of the pulse generator of the PCX-2. Displays the status of the belt control.

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Automat The "Automat" submenu displays product and station data. Select "Automat" in the "Application" menu to open the submenu.

Table 72: Select Application/Automat SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat Order Dispenser Controller Modules Eject Loading Product Inactive Download Config PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:43:22

Table 73: Automat Submenu Order Dispenser Controller Modules Eject Loading Product Inactive Download Config Description Displays the picking orders. Displays the state of all channels. Displays status of the dispensing processors of the automate. Displays the module status. Carries out a dispensing test for a channel and displays the dispensing errors. Displays the expected picking orders (filling point), helps to adjust the shaker, simulates the filling point for transport units, etc. Displays information on the product light barriers or the counter monitor. Displays inactive channel processors. Starts a download for a certain processor, hardware/software, or a certain module. Import/export of configurations.

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Automat - Order The "Order" screen displays the picking orders. Additionally, it is possible to enter new picking orders or repeat existing picking orders. A list of all picking orders is displayed. Select "Order" in the submenu "Automat" to open the screen.

Table 74: Select Application/Automat/Order SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Order Box number: Order number: Start: Piles/Lines: Disp# 1469 97 80 311 608 601 596 302 588 110530 1005.99 01:09:45 1, 11 Pieces 1469 367 311 1021 1941 1901 1875 958 1831 Start: Length: Done: State: Error ok ok ok ok ok ok stuck ok ok 1196355 1690 01:10:56 loaded PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:10:10

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Table 75: Order Column Disp# Pieces Error Description Channel number. Number of pieces (ordered pieces, dispensed pieces). Display of error status.

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Table 76: Functions "Order" Key P N + R I B O CR A Description Changes to the previous picking order. Changes to the next picking order. Scroll down the order item. Scroll up the order item. Repeat the picking order currently displayed (new transport unit number has to be entered). Enter a new picking order. Searching for transport unit number. Searching for order number. Display a list of all picking orders. Display a list of all old picking orders.

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Use the "CR" key to display the order list.

The dots "..." at the beginning or at the end of a list show that there are more data records available before or after the ones listed.
Table 77: Select Application/Automat/Order/CR SSI SCHFER PEEM ... px:/Application/Automat/Order/CR 13:49:54 85002:699604.1 1 4 70646, 80204, 70001 13:50:24 108351:699480.1 1 1 70002 3:50:54 90165:699489.1 1 2 70602, 70004 13:50:59 49027:698846.1 1 1 70003 13:51:34 68860:699481.1 1 5 70205, 70384, 70856 13:52:03 93955:699710.1 1 1 80004 13:52:24 113528:699708.1 1 4 70185.80581, 80598 13:52:29 84063:699590.1 1 2 70379, 80001 13:53:09 71890:699542.1 1 2 70188, 70005 13:53:14 62628:699533.1 1 2 71031, 70001 13:55:34 108199:699556.1 1 1 80721 13:57:44 49929:699728.1 1 2 70334, 80704 13:58:13 85038:699729.1 1 1 70436 13:58:19 65627:699732.1 1 2 70578, 81316 13:58:44 92454:699733.1 1 3 70550, 80197, 80459 3:59:38 35292:699731.1 1 3 80330, 80427, 70001 14:01:04 71838:699639.1 1 5 70769, 80067, 80427 14:01:49 30640:699743.1 1 1 70205 14:06:19 55051:699750.1 1 1 81193 *14:15:29 111201:699780.1 1 1 70234 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 14:30:24

Table 78: Order list Column Description

Order item: 13:49:54 85002:699604.1 1 4 70646, 80204, 70001 13:49:54 85002 699604.1 1 4 70646, 80204, 70001 Displays the time. Number of transport unit. Number of the picking order. Quantity of picking order. (1 to 3) Number of order items. Number of channels (max. 3).

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Automat - Dispenser The "Dispenser" screen displays the status of all channels. The position number determines the ejecting time for a picking order. The higher the position number, the later the articles are ejected. Select "Dispenser" in the submenu "Automat" to open the screen.

Table 79: Select Application/Automat/Dispenser/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Dispenser/ Dispenser 80001 80002 80003 80004 80005 80006 80007 80008 80009 80010 80011 80012 80013 80014 80015 80016 80017 Addr 01:100 01:102 01:104 01:106 01:108 01:10A 01:10C 01:110 01:112 01:114 01:118 01:11A 01:11C 01:200 01:202 01:204 01:206 Con 01 01 01 01 02 02 02 03 03 03 04 04 04 05 05 05 05 Idx 7 -15 -15 -15 -15 -15 -15 -15 -15 -15 -15 -15 -15 4 -15 -15 -15 Speed 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Position 60744 60523 60302 60081 59860 59639 59418 59197 58976 58755 58534 58313 58092 51417 51196 50975 50754 Version 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:10:10

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Table 80: Dispenser Column Dispenser Addr Con Idx Speed Position Version Description Channel number. Channel address for serial communication. Processor number within the module. Order index (-15: none started yet) Dispensing speed, depending on the product length or the processor type. Dispensing position within the automate (in ms), starting at the beginning of the belt. Version number.

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Automat - Controller The "Controller" screen displays the status of the ejection processors of the automatic picking system. The status display informs whether a device is active or inactive, its version, and how often it was restarted. Select "Controller" in the submenu "Automat" to open the screen.

Table 81: Select Application/Automat/Controller/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Controller/ Contr 01:01 01:02 01:03 01:04 01:05 01:06 01:07 02:01 02:02 02:03 02:04 02:05 02:06 03:01 03:02 03:03 03:04 Dispenser 80001 80005 80008 80011 80014 80018 80022 80026 80030 80034 80037 80041 80044 80047 80063 80079 80095 Version 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 420203 MS32V35 MS32V35 MS32V35 MS32V35 Active true true true true true true true true true true true true true true true true true Inactive 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Resets 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:09:49

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Table 82: Controller Column Contr Dispenser Version Active Inactive Resets Description Computer number (e. g. "02:01" 02: module number, 01: number in the module). First channel number to be addressed by this processor. Version number. Communication status (true: active, false: inactive). Displays how often the computer became inactive. Displays how often the processor was restarted.

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Automat - Module The "Module" screen displays the module status. The module status shows whether all devices of a module or the gateway are active or inactive. Select "Module" in the submenu "Automat" to open the screen.

Table 83: Application/Automat/Module/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Module/ # 01 02 03 04 05 06 06 08 Left 080001 -> 080025 080026 -> 080046 080047 -> 080174 080175 -> 080430 080431 -> 080686 080687 -> 080942 080943 -> 081070 081071 -> 081326 Right 070001 -> 070025 070026 -> 070046 070047 -> 070174 070175 -> 070430 70431 -> 070686 070687 -> 070942 070943 -> 071070 071071 -> 071326 Gateway Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Controller Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:10:50

Table 84: Modules Column # Left Right Gateway Controller Description Module number. Numbers of first and last channel on the left hand side. Number of first and last channel on the right hand side. Gateway status (Active/Inactive/Not: not configured) Channel computer status (Active/Inactive/Gateway/Partly: computer partly active).

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Automat - Eject The submenu "Eject" carries out performs an ejecting test for one channel. Displays ejection errors. Select "Eject" in the submenu "Automat" to open the submenu.

Table 85: Select Application/Automat/Eject SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Eject Test Error Statistic Cycle PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:43:22

Table 86: Eject Submenu Test Error Statistic Cycle Description Starts dispensing test. Displays dispensing errors. Displays dispensing statistics. Carries out a cycle test for a module.

Test The "Test" screen allows the user to carry out an ejecting test for a channel after entering the channel number and the number of pieces. When ejecting is complete, ejected quantity, error code, and elapsed time are displayed. Then a new channel number can be entered. Once this menu has been selected, the collecting belt is switched on and the product light barrier is disabled for as long as this test remains active. Select "Test" in the submenu "Eject" to open the screen.

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Error The "Error" screen displays ejecting errors (order items which registered errors, but not ejecting tests). Select "Error" in the submenu "Eject" to open the screen.

Table 87: Select Application/ Automat/Eject/Error SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Eject/Error Time 00:14:13 00:38:56 00:38:56 00:39:43 00:39:43 01:10:56 23:06:00 23:06:00 23:15:44 Box 83103 83103 90014 84591 95470 95470 113817 113817 110530 Order 123456001 123456001 123456001 123456001 123456001 123456001 123456001 123456001 1005.99 Dispenser 80079 80206 80055 80055 80055 80566 80055 80566 80566 Pieces 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Error time error empty empty empty empty aborted empty stuck stuck PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:11:37

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Table 88: Error Column Time Box Order Dispenser Pieces Error Description Time the error feedback was sent. Number of transport unit. Number of the picking order. Channel number. Number of pieces (ordered pieces, dispensed pieces). Display of error code.

Table 89: Functions "Error" Key B L Action Start End

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Statistic The "Statistic" screen displays ejection statistics. The faulty lines are counted in case of an error. Select "Statistic" in the submenu "Eject" to open the screen.

Table 90: Select Application/ Automat/Eject/Statistic SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Eject/Statistic Dispenser 80001 80014 80026 80037 80055 80079 80182 80206 80294 80311 80423 80438 80566 80678 80694 Ordered 6 3 3 2 11 1 6 1 4 7 1 6 8 3 6 133 Ejected 6 3 3 2 7 1 6 0 4 7 1 6 5 3 6 125 Lines 6 3 3 2 11 1 6 1 4 7 1 6 8 3 6 133 Error 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 8 inactive 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 empty 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 empty? 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 stuck 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:12:40

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Table 91: Statistic Column Dispenser Ordered Ejected Lines Error Description Channel number. Number of ordered pieces. Number of ejected pieces. Number of order items. Number of order items with errors.

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Table 92: Error messages Error message aborted active can counting difference disabled download empty empty? flashing inactive index invalid late late2 maintenance much ok overload progress reset stuck time error unknown unknown2 unused valve Description Aborted (ejecting time too short) Active. Gateway is inactive. Defective counting. Quantity difference (ordered and dispensed quantity do not match, but no error). Channel is blocked. Module in download mode. Empty channel. Channel empty, but half empty sensor is interrupted (therefore it cannot be empty). Counter is flashing. Inactive channel processor. Order index from channel processor is incorrect. Invalid channel number. Dispensing starts too late on PCX-2. Ejecting starts too late at gateway Maintenance position. Additional product recognized by product monitoring. Correct. Motor is overloaded or not connected. Another channel is active (impeding start). Reset of the channel processor during the picking order. Product is stuck. Time error (ejecting time too short). Unknown error at PCX-2. Unknown error at gateway. Not in use. Problem with the solenoid valve (not connected or short-circuited).

Table 93: Functions "Statistic" Key For Back S Definition of display mode (without empty, all, with error) Action Scroll (error message).

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Cycle The "Cycle" screen allows the user to initiate a cycle test for a module. After the test has been switched on for a module, all channels of the respective module are activated. A maximum of five modules may be activated simultaneously. Once the first module is ready, the next one is started. Select "Cycle" in the submenu "Eject" to open the screen.

This menu item should be performed when the channels are empty.

Table 94: Select Application/ Automat/Eject/Cycles SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Eject/Cycles # 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 State off off off off off off off off Cycles 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dispenser 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:13:09

<1>:start <0>:stop, <UP, DOWN>:select, <CR>:enter

Table 95: Cycle Column # State Cycles Dispenser Description Module number. Status display (off, starting, running, stopping, stopped). Number of cycles. Channel number of the channel that is ejecting.

Table 96: Functions "Cycle" Key 1 0 Action Start cycle test for a certain module. Stop cycle test for a certain module.

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Automat - Loading The submenu "Loading" displays the expected picking orders. The belt length is measured, the shaker adjusted, the shutter opened or closed, and the filling point simulated. Select "Loading" in the submenu "Automat" to open the submenu.

Table 97: Select Application/Automat/Loading SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Loading Info Measure Shaker Shutter Simulate Statistic PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:43:22

Table 98: Loading Submenu Info Measure Shaker Shutter Simulate Statistic Description Displays the expected picking orders. Aid for measuring the belt length. Serves to set the tote shaker. Opens and closes the shutter. Simulates the filling point for transport units. Displays the statistics of the filling point.

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Info The "Info" screen displays the expected picking orders (filling point) and the finished picking orders. Select "Info" in the submenu "Loading" to open the screen.

Table 99: Select Application/Automat/Loading/Info SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Loading/Info 0:697615.1 1.1 1 0:699812.1 1.3 4 0:699829.1 1.1 1 0:695138.1 1.2 2 0:698602.1 1.1 1 0:698693.1 1.4 4 0:699870.1 1.4 4 0:699818.1 1.2 2 0:699850.1 1.2 3 0:699653.1 1.3 3 69907, 699659.1 pcs=2,1 lines=2,1 (0) 80956=stuck 89937, 699814.1 pcs=1,1 lines=1,0 (0) 65630, 691499.1 pcs=1,1 lines=1,0 (0) 77222, 698761.1 pcs=1,0 lines=1,1 (1) 71066=empty 43613, 699224.1 pcs=2,1 lines=2,1 (1) 70745=empty 60923, 692320.1 pcs=1,0 lines=1,1 (1) 71031=empty 39596, 691657.1 pcs=1,1 lines=1,0 (0) 79408, 699319.1 pcs=4,4 lines=4,0 (0) PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:43:22

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Table 100: Information Line Active orders 0:697615.1 1,1 1 0 697615.1 1.1 1 ! 69907 699659.1 2 1 2 1 (0) 80956 stuck Number of transport unit. Number of the picking order. Display of order quantity and items. Number of ordered pieces. Code. Number of transport unit. Number of the picking order. Number of ordered pieces. Number of ejected pieces. Number of order items. Number of erroneous order items. Of which: empty order items. Channel number. Display of error code. Description

Completed orders: !69907, 699659.1 pcs=2,1 lines=2,1 (0) 80956=stuck

Table 101: Display of code Code ! ? + Description o.k. Picking error (e.g. too many products, product light barrier). Number of the picking order. Display of order quantity and items. Number of ordered pieces.

Measure The "Measure" screen serves for measuring the belt length. The product is ejected from the selected channel. Once the product reaches the filling point, the space key must be pressed to conclude measuring. The newly measured time can be adopted as new automate length (time to cover the distance from the first channel to the filling point). Select "Measure" in the submenu "Loading" to open the screen.

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Shaker The "Shaker" screen serves as an aid for setting the shaker. This menu also allows the user to change the vibration time. Use "Configuration/Save" to save the new settings. The test is started the moment a new transport unit enters the filling point. The transport unit is shaken until the test is interrupted. Select "Shaker" in the submenu "Loading" to open the screen. Shutter The "Shutter" screen serves to open or close the shutter (only when no picking orders are active). If a new picking order is started while the shutter is closed, the latter opens automatically. Select "Shutter" in the submenu "Loading" to set the shutters. Simulate The "Simulate" screen simulates the filling point. The picking order is filled in without waiting for a transport unit to arrive. This mode is only active starting from the next started picking order. This means that picking orders already started are handled at the normal filling point. Select "Simulate" in the submenu "Loading" to start the simulation.

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Statistic The "Statistic" screen displays the statistics of a filling point. There are two modes. The first mode (normal) only displays the counters since the last reset. The second mode (total) displays the entire number. Select "Statistic" in the submenu "Loading" to open the screen.

Table 102: Application/Automat/Loading/Statistic SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Loading/Statistic Station P4 Boxes 1867 Orders 1837 LoadPos 0 LoadNeg 1 ReadErr 30 Unknown 0 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:13:09

Table 103: Statistic Column Station Boxes Orders LoadPos LoadNeg ReadErr Unknown Description Name of the station. Number of transport units. Number of orders. Number of positive sequence errors (additional products). Number of negative sequence errors (missing products). Number of reading errors. Number of unknown errors.

Table 104: Functions "Statistic" Key BS, DEL CR Description Reset statistics counter. Change mode.

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Automat - Product The submenu "Product" displays product data. Select "Product" in the submenu "Automat" to open the submenu.

Table 105: Select Application/Automat/Product SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Product Info Measure Offset Error PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 106: Product Submenu Info Measure Offset Error Description Displays additionally ejected products during replenishment. Aid for measuring the time before reaching the product light barrier of a certain channel. Aid for measuring the time until ejection. Displays the disconnections because of a product being found outside the order window assigned to this order.

Information The "Info" screen displays the additionally ejected products during replenishment. Select "Info" in the submenu "Product" to open the screen. Measure The "Measure" screen measures the time before reaching the product light barrier of a certain channel. It is used for identifying the position of the product light barrier. Additionally, the position in the channel can be determined and checked. Select "Measure" in the submenu "Product" to open the screen.

The ejecting time of the channels should be similar.

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Offset The "Offset" screen measures the time between ejection and the moment a product is recognized by the counter monitoring system. The time of ejection is the start time of a channel. The counter monitor signals if a product falls out of a channel without having been ordered. Select "Offset" in the submenu "Product" to open the screen. Error The "Error" screen displays the disconnections because of a product being found outside the order window assigned to this order. Select "Error" in the submenu "Product" to open the screen.

Table 107: Application/Automat/Product/Error SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Product/Error Time 10:35:24 08:04:51 21:06:00 20:24:36 15:57:45 15:49:05 14:29:11 13:04:10 12:12:37 Box 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Order 742328.1 741757.1 740644.1 740647.1 736485.1 730451.1 737970.1 733862.1 735746.1 Next 6154 10506 1265 36218 16071 35913 12774 21876 1540 Previous 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:13:09

Table 108: Error Column Time Box Order Next Previous Description Displays the time. Number of transport unit. Number of the picking order. Time until the next picking order. Time to the previous picking order.

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Automat - Inactive The "Inactive" screen displays the inactive channel processors. Each channel processor is displayed with the version number and the processor number. If the processor (MAS4 or MAS8) is inverted, the channel processor is inactive. If the version number is "unknown", the processor has not yet sent a feedback on the version (inactive since the last PCX-2 start). If the processor is inversed with the version, the active processor becomes inactive once again. Select "Inactive" in the submenu "Automat" to open the screen.

Table 109: Application/Automat/Inactive SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Inactive [01] PPS:MAS8 [7] 420203_1 420203_6 420203_2 420203_7 420203_3 420203_4 420203_5 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:16:04

Table 110: Function "Inactive" Key + Action Module + 1 (For). Module - 1 (Back).

Automat - Download The "Download" screen serves to start a download for a certain processor, hardware/software, or a certain module. The program is not sent immediately. The computer must send a request (download request) to the PCX-2, this means that no download is performed if there is no connection or if the computer is defective. A maximum of 5 lines can be downloaded simultaneously from the PCX-2. The program to be sent is located directly on the PCX-2 ("/home/px/sub" or "/home/px/cvs/sub"). Select "Download" in the submenu "Automat" to open the screen.

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Automat - Config The "Config" menu allows the user to import and export configurations. Select "Config" in the submenu "Automat" to open the submenu.

Table 111: Select Application/Automat/Config SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Automat/Config Import Export PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 112: Config Submenu Import Export Description Import configuration. Export configuration.

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Station The "Station" submenu displays station data, statistics, and scanner information. Select "Station" in the "Application" menu to open the submenu.

Table 113: Select Application/Station SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Station Info States Tracking Statistic SCI Pool Performance Announce Responses Test PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 114: Station Submenu Info States Tracking Statistic SCI Pool Performance Announce Responses Test Description Displays information on the station. Protocol about status change in a status machine. Protocol on transfer, reservation, takeover, and blocking of system components. Displays station statistics. Displays scanner information. Displays information on the list of transport units at the station. Displays the cycle time for the station control. Creates a registration for a transport unit. Protocol about all feedback messages from a station. Starts the test mode for one station.

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Station - Info The "Info" screen displays information on the station (e.g. where the last transport unit traveled to, etc.). If a station is operated in test mode, the display is inverted. The test mode can be switched on and off on this screen. Select "Info" in the submenu "Station" to open the screen.

Table 115: Select Application/Station/Info SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Station/Info Station *P4 Box 0000083640 Order 00000000000000 From -> To PRECLAMP -> P4 Flags PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:16:04

<UP><DOWN>:select <CR>:enter <F1>:on <F2>:off

Table 116: Information Column Station Box Order From -> To Flags Description Name of the station. Number of transport unit. Number of the picking order. Path of the system component. Diversion flags (e.g. unknown, test, read error)

Table 117: Function "Info" Key F1 F2 Action Start cycle test (address all destinations in stop operation). Stop cycle test.

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Press "CR" to display the status of the system component of the selected station.

Table 118: Application/Station/Info/P4 SSI SCHFER PEEM Lump PRECLAMP CLAMP P4 State eng hot idle PCX-2 V 0.77.12 Box 0000000000 0000091467 0000091467 Order 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 08:16:04 From -> To PRECLAMP -> CLAMP PRECLAMP -> P4 PRECLAMP -> ???

px:/Application/Station/Info/P4

Table 119: Station P4 Column Lump State Box Order From -> To Description Name of the system component. Status (depending on the status machine of the system component) Number of transport unit. Number of the picking order. Path of the system component.

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Station - States The "States" screen displays the status change of a station's system component. The status depends on the system component. Every status change is registered by a status machine. This allows to trace the path of a transport unit through a system component (each station is logged individually). Select "States" in the submenu "Station" to open the screen.

Table 120: Select Application/Station/States SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Station/States Time 0029303710 0029303929 0029303944 0029304022 0029304366 0029304710 0029304757 0029304866 0029304882 0029305085 0029305085 0029305100 0029305132 0029305819 0029305835 0029306053 0029306069 0029306147 0029306819 0029306866 Lump gcc-P4.CLAMP jam-P4.P4 jam-P4.P4 am-P4.P4 gcc-P4.PRECLAMP am-P4.P4 am-P4.P4 gcc-P4.PRECLAMP gcc-P4.PRECLAMP gcc-P4.CLAMP jam-P4.P4 gcc-P4.CLAMP gcc-P4.CLAMP gcc-P4.CLAMP gcc-P4.CLAMP jam-P4.P4 jam-P4.P4 jam-P4.P4 jam-P4.P4 jam-P4.P4 State hot entr r-hy jamd idle f-hy idle here eng here hot eng leaves idle hot entr r-hy jamd f-hy idle <F1>:all Box 0000000000 0000060687 0000060687 0000060687 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0000083640 0000000000 0000083640 0000083640 0000000000 0000000000 0000083640 0000083640 0000083640 0000000000 0000000000 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:44:01

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Table 121: States Column Time Lump Description Time in [msec] since the start Name of the system component (type/station/system component). Type:


State Box

gcc (Schfer motor roller, stopper, universal system component) jam (jam or occupied) ddl (ejector) acc (takeover) dummy (dummy, accumulation or electric off)

Status display. Number of transport unit.

Table 122: Function "States" Key F1 Action Return of whole trace.

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Station - Tracking The "Tracking" screen registers the transfer, reservation, takeover, and blocking of the system component. Select "Tracking" in the submenu "Station" to open the screen.

Table 123: Select Application/Station/Tracking SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Station/Tracking Time [ 28332256] [ 28332303] [ 29301648] [ 29302194] [ 29302194] [ 29302741] [ 29302757] [ 29302757] [ 29302929] [ 29302929] [ 29302944] [ 29302944] [ 29302976] [ 29303694] [ 29303694] [ 29303710] [ 29303929] [ 29304022] [ 29304366] [ 29304366] Station P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 Lump P4 P4 PRECLAMP PRECLAMP PRECLAMP PRECLAMP PRECLAMP PRECLAMP P4 CLAMP CLAMP CLAMP CLAMP CLAMP CLAMP PRECLAMP P4 P4 PRECLAMP PRECLAMP <F1>:all Box 0000082403 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0000060687 0000060687 0000060687 0000060687 0000060687 0000000000 0000060687 0000060687 0000000000 0000000000 Info departs unblock goon unblock departs accept block stopped reservedby accept block stopped goon unblock departs goon accept block unblock departs PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:44:35

Table 124: Tracking Column Time Station Lump Box Info Description Time in [msec] since the start Name of the station. Name of the system component. Number of transport unit. Information (e.g. blocks: block).

Table 125: Function "Tracking" Key F1 Action Return of whole trace.

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Station - Statistic The "Statistic" screen displays station statistics. There are two modes. The first mode (normal) only displays the number since the last reset. The second mode (total) displays the entire number. Select "Statistic" in the submenu "Station" to open the screen.

Table 126: Application/Station/Statistic/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Station/Statistic/ Station P4 Total 0000000037 Readerr 0000000001 Unknown 0000000036 Lost 0000000005 Ghost 0000000000 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:16:04

Table 127: Statistic Column Station Total Readerr Unknown Lost Ghost Description Name of the station. Number of transport units. Number of reading errors. Number of unknown errors. Number of lost transport units. Transport unit not recognized at an initiation point.

Table 128: Function "Statistic" Key CR BS, DEL Action Change mode. Reset statistics counter.

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Station - SCI The submenu "SCI" displays information on the scanners. Select "SCI" in the submenu "Station" to open the submenu.

Table 129: Select Application/Station/SCI SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Station/SCI Counters History PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 130: SCI Submenu Counters History Description Performance counter. Displays the last readings of the scanner.

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Counters The "Counters" screen displays scanner statistics. Select "Counters" in the "SCI" menu to open the screen.

Table 131: Select Application/Station/SCI/Counters SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Station/SCI/Counters device 1.1.1 1.1.2 ---good 27 27 ---termd 31 31 I obsol 4 5 . . old 0 0 . . nil 1 1 empty 0 0 match 0 0 !cont 0 0 !term 0 0 !std1 0 0 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:12:40

Table 132: Counters Submenu device good termd obsol old nil empty match !cont !term !std1 Description Interface. Number of valid readings (accepted). Number of completed readings (received). Number of obsolete readings (sent too early by scanner). Number of additional readings. No scanner data. Internal statistics counter. Incorrect length. No valid data (incorrect format). Not terminated. Internal statistics counter.

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Station - Pool The "Pool" screen displays information on the list of transport units at the station. If the number of registered transport units is too high, the oldest one is overwritten. Select "Pool" in the submenu "Station" to open the screen.

Table 133: Select Application/Station/Pool SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Station/Pool Bob pool total: free: announced: insys/leaks: P4 Name dst.grp dests routehdrs hops 1200 1199 0 1 0 38 misfits 0 0 0 0 chunks 1 1 1 1 noof elems 2400 9600 37 43 size tot 48 24 60 43 size usr 40 16 52 12 ree blks 2399 9599 34 40 . . . .head 084927f8 400b0398 08483854 084840b4 . . . .tail 08492798 400b0368 08484010 08484064 cookie 14 15 11 12 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:12:40

Announced at stations: Free chunk headers:

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Station - Performance The "Performance" screen displays the cycle time (time the processor needs for one cycle) for the station control. Select "Performance" in the submenu "Station" to open the screen.

Table 134: Select Application/Station/Performance SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Station/Performance actual ........... maximum ..... 1< 2< 3< 4< 5< 6< 7< 8< 9< 10 < 11 >= ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... : : : : : : : : : : : : : 28 15602 2267103 74 30 0 2 1 0 1 6 5 1 usecs usecs PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:16:04

Table 135: Performance Column actual maximum Description Displays current time. Displays maximum station control time. Time the software needs to operate a station.

Station - Announce The "Announce" screen allows the user create registrations for transport units, export them to a file, and import them. A maximum of 20 transport unit registrations may be predefined. Select "Announce" in the submenu "Station" to open the screen.

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Station - Response The "Response" screen logs all feedback messages sent by a station. Select "Response" in the submenu "Station" to open the screen.

Table 136: Select Application/Station/Response/P4 SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Station/Response/P4 Box 0000000000 000108090 0000084591 0000041295 0000089962 0000088066 0000050777 0000000000 0000065814 0000042958 0000009665 0000095470 0000113817 0000033352 0000110530 0000082403 0000060687 Order 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 00000000000000 From -> To PRECLAMP -> PRECLAMP PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 PRECLAMP ->P4 Flags unknown, lost unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:44:35

Table 137: Response Column Box Order From -> To Flags Description Number of transport unit. Number of the picking order. Path of the system component. Flags (e.g. unknown, read error, lost).

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Station - Test The "Test" screen allows the user to start the test mode for a station. It is possible to target specific stations. Requests from the warehouse control computer are ignored when operating in this mode. This screen is used to test a station; during the test, only stop mode is possible. Select "Test" in the submenu "Station" to open the screen. Brochure The "Brochure" submenu displays information on the brochure insertion machines. It is possible to enter and display picking orders. Select "Brochure" in the "Application" menu to open the submenu.

Table 138: Select Application/Brochure SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Brochure Order Info Test PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 139: Brochure Submenu Order Info Test Description Enter and display picking orders. Status of the brochure insertion machines. Switching the test mode for the brochure insertion machines on and off.

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Brochure - Order The "Order" screen allows the user to enter and display picking orders (see "Automat-Order"). Select "Order" in the submenu "Brochure" to open the screen.

Table 140: Select Application/Brochure/Order SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Brochure/Order Box number Order number Lines: Disp# 10001 10002 602124001 602124001 2 Pieces 3, 2 1, 1 Start: Done: State: Error aborted ok 14:10:27 00:00:00 announced: PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:16:04

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Table 141: Order Column Box number Order number Lines Start Done State Disp# Pieces Error Description Number of transport unit. Number of the picking order. Number of order items. Start time. Time of completion. State of the picking orders. Channel number. Number of pieces (ordered pieces, dispensed pieces). Display of error status.

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Brochure - Info The "Info" screen displays the status of the brochure insertion machines. Select "Info" in the submenu "Brochure" to open the screen.

Table 142: Application/Brochure/Info/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Brochure/Info/ Number 9001 9002 9003 9004 9005 9006 9007 9008 9009 9010 Lump PSI01 PSI02 PSI03 PSI04 PSI05 PSI06 PSI07 PSI08 PSI09 PSI10 State off off off off off off off off off off Error ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:16:04

Table 143: Information Column Number Lump State Error Description Channel number. Name of the system component (station/system component/type). Status display (off, running, after). Last error status.

Brochure - Test The "Test" screen allows the user to switch the test mode for the brochure insertion machine on and off. Select "Test" in the submenu "Brochure" to open the screen.

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PBL The "PBL" submenu displays information about PBL and ML. Select "PLB" in the "Application" menu to open the submenu.

Table 144: Select Application/PBL SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/PBL Order Statistic Gateway Inactive Loading Address Download PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 145: PBL Submenu Order Statistic Gateway Inactive Loading Address Download Description Enter and display order data. The "Statistic" screen allows the user to display channel statistics (e.g. of automat or brochure insertion machine). Displays information of the gateway. Displays inactive PBL and ML addresses. Displays information on the transport unit to be currently filled. Initiates addressing. Initiates download to PBL or ML. If a picking order is active, it is interrupted.

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PBL - Order The "Order" screen allows to enter and display picking orders (see "Automat-Order"). Select "Order" in the submenu "PLB" to open the screen.

Table 146: Select Application/PBL/Order SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/PBL/Order Box number Order number Lines: Disp# 450242 45054 450235 24001 23066.1 3 Pieces 1 1 1 1 1 1 Start: Done: State: Error ok ok ok 16:51:36 16:52:54 done PCX-2 V 0.77.12 16:53:05

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Table 147: Order Column Box number Order number Lines Start Done State Disp# Pieces Error Description Number of transport unit. Number of the picking order. Number of order items. Start time. Time of completion. State of the picking orders. Channel number. Number of pieces (ordered pieces, dispensed pieces). Display of error status.

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PBL - Gateway The "Gateway" screen displays information on the gateway. Select "Gateway" in the submenu "PBL" to open the screen.

Table 148: Select Application/PBL/Gateway SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/PBL/Gateway Disp# 550001 550002 550003 550004 550005 550006 550007 000000 000000 000000 Addr 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 901 902 981 # 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 901 008 009 Type PBL PBL PBL PBL PBL PBL PBL ML ML ML Version 410304 410304 UNKNOWN 410304 410304 410304 410304 UNKNOWN UNKNOWN 430107 Active false false false false false false false false false false Order false false false false false false false false false false Idx M D ? D D D A ? ? A Displ State 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 Pieces 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:12:40

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Table 149: Gateway Column Disp# Addr # Type Version Active Order Idx Displ State Pieces Description Channel number. Address of the PBL or ML. Internal number (continuous). PBL or ML. Version of the PBL or ML. False or True. Order currently active. Index for order processing. Display. Internal PBL or ML status. Number of pieces (current pieces, last pieces).

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PBL - Inactive The "Inactive" screen displays inactive PBL or ML addresses. Select "PBL" in the submenu "Automat" to open the screen.

Table 150: Select Application/PBL/Inactive SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/PBL/Inactive PBL55 [/dev/can0.2] 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 901 902 981 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

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PBL - Loading The "Loading" screen displays information on the transport unit to be filled. Select "Loading" in the submenu "PBL" to open the screen.

Table 151: Select Application/PBL/Loading SSI SCHFER PEEM px08:/Application/PBL/Loading >> Starting << Order: Box: Progress: Lines: Errors: >> Active << 23255.1 21026 5,984 1 0 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:12:40

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Table 152: Loading Column Starting Active Done Order Box Progress Lines Error Description Channels still to be started. Not all channels must be displayed at the same time. Channels currently displayed. Completed channels (only if channels flash after pressing ok - customer specific operation mode). Number of the picking order. Number of transport unit. Time for how long a transport unit has already been processed. Number of order items. Number of order items with errors.

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PBL - Address The "Address" screen allows the user to initiate the PBL or ML addressing. The addressing of the PBL or ML is initiated once the first address or channel number (enter > first address) and the last address or channel number (enter > last address) have been entered. Select "Address" in the submenu "PBL" to open the screen.

The next address is set once the "OK" button of the PBL or ML is pressed. By pressing the "+" button an address can be skipped (e.g. if it does not exist). Confirm the address to accept it.

Table 153: Select Application/PBL/Address SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/PBL/Address From address (0 -> begin) To address (0 -> end) [001] [002] [003] [004] [005] [006] [007] [901] [902] [981] valid 550001 550001 550001 550001 550001 550001 550001 0 0 0 (y / n): -> -> -> -> -> -> -> -> -> -> y ................: ................: ok ok ok ok skip skip skip ok ok ok -> -> 001 550001 981 0 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 16:53:05

Labeling Select "Labeling" in the "Application" menu to open the submenu.

Table 154: Select Application/Labeling SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Labeling Order Info PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 155: Labeling Submenu Order Info Description Displays/prints order data. Displays the status of the print station.

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Labeling - Order The "Order" screen allows the user to display and print the data of a picking order. Select "Order" in the submenu "Labeling" to open the screen.

Table 156: Select Application/Labeling/Order SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Labeling/Order Box number: Order number: Overall layout: Barcode: Name L_CIPCODE L_CITY L_CLIENTNAME1 L_CLIENTNUMBER L_DANGEROUS L_DATE L_DISPATCHTEXT L_GRAPHIC L_LABELBARCODE L_LABELBARCODE1 L_LABELBARCODE2 19131 320.1 default 0320045704573 Value 8053 8053 GRAZ SSI SCHFER PEEM 127 MON. 11/10/2004 Normal 0 0320045704573 0 320045 Start: Done: State: Error: 10:48:47 10:50:07 done ok PCX-2 V 0.77.12 16:53:05

<R>:repeat <I>:insert <L>:last <B><O>:find <P><N>:orders <+><->:lines <CR>:list

Table 157: Labeling - Order Column Box number Order number Layout Barcode Start Done State Error Name Value Description Number of transport unit. Number of the picking order. Layout file or '"default" for standard layout file. Comparison barcode (zero or empty means no comparison is necessary). Start time. Time of completion. Status of the picking order. Error status. Variable data of print file.

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Table 158: Function "Order" Key R I L B O P N + CR A Action Repeat the displayed picking order. Enter a new picking order. Displays the last picking order. Search for transport unit number. Search for order number. Changes to the previous picking order. Changes to the next picking order. Scroll down the order item. Scroll up the order item. Display a list of all picking orders. Display a list of all active picking orders.

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Labeling - Info The "Info" screen displays the states of the print station (labeling station). Select "Info" in the submenu "Labeling" to open the screen.

The columns "Time", "Box", "Order" and "State" contain outstanding print jobs.

Table 159: Select Application/Labeling/Info SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Labeling/Info Point Stop Announce Application Verify Box (zero) 19131 9161 0 ORDER (zero) 320.1 320.1 State idle idle idle idle PCX-2 V 0.77.12 11:32:33

Ready .......................................... : ready Announced .................................. : 0 Error count .................................. : 0 Time 18:30:00 18:30:03 Box 123456 111111

On pad ................................. : false Started ................................. : 3 Order 123456.1 123456.2 State print queued

<A>:applicate <P>:print <R>:reset count <CR>:announce

Table 160: Function "Info" Key A P R CR Action Carry out simulation (not working). Print test label (not during operation). Reset error count (error count). Simulate registration for printing via the RISC.

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Pulses The "Pulses" screen displays the state of the PCX2 pulse generators. Select "Pulses" in the submenu "Application" to open the screen.

Table 161: Select Application/Pulses SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Pulses Name *P4 : : Pulser1 Msecs:Ticks 1367869:147734 Valid ok Measure:Expected 108,475:108,000 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:53:42

Table 162: Pulses Column Name Msecs Ticks Valid Measure Expected Description Name of pulse generator > station : Name (e. g. "P4 : : Pulser1"). Pulse generator time in [msec] (travel time). Pulser counter. Correct pulse frequency. Last measure. Expected frequency.

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Belt The "Belt" screen displays the state of the belt control. Select "Belt" in the submenu "Application" to open the screen.

Table 163: Select Application/Belt SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Application/Belt Name *P4 Msecs:Ticks 1367869:147734 State off Stop reason PCX-2 V 0.77.12 08:53:42

1><0>:on/off <S>:stop <B>:button

Table 164: Belt Column Name Msecs Ticks State Stop reason Description Name of the collecting belt. Pulse generator time in [msec] (travel time). Pulser counter. Status display (off, running, after). Reason why the collecting belt was stopped.

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Configuration The "Configuration" menu contains screens for parameter configuration. It is possible to display the history of configuration. Select "Configuration" in the main menu to open the screen. These configuration screens are only meant for internal use by SSI Schfer Peem.

Table 165: Select Configuration/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Configuration/ Edit Save Update History Load Tag PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 166: Configuration Submenu Edit Save Update History Load Tag Description Change parameters. Save parameters. Generate current parameter files of the RISC. Displays history of configuration. Load a version or a label. Set a label for the current version.

Edit The "Edit" screen allows the user to change parameters. Select "Edit" on the menu "Configuration" to open the screen.

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Save The "Save" screen allows the user to save the parameters. The data are saved on the RISC by means of CVS if the PCX-2 is connected to a RISC. Before saving the file on the RISC you must enter a short text (describing the modification) and an abbreviation. Select "Save" on the menu "Configuration" to open the screen. Update The "Update" screen allows the user to load a current parameter file from the RISC. The current configuration file is overwritten. Select "Update" on the menu "Configuration" to open the screen. History The "History" screen displays a trace of the changes in configuration. Displaying the trace of the changes is only possible in connection with the RISC. Select "History" on the menu "Configuration" to open the screen. Load The "Load" screen allows the user to load a special revision or a label from the RISC. Select "Load" on the menu "Configuration" to open the screen. Day The "Tag" screen allows the user to set a label for the current version. Select "Tag" on the menu "Configuration" to open the screen.

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Software The "Software" menu contains screens which allow the user to restart the applications. Additionally, it is possible to save and load the current versions and display a history of the application. Select "Software" in the main menu to open the "Software" screen. The password for this area is: super

Table 167: Select Software/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Software/ Restart Reboot History Save Load Tag PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 168: Software Submenu Restart Reboot History Save Load Tag Description Restart application. Reboot the PCX-2. Display history of the application. Save the current PCX-2 version. Load a special revision from the RISC. Set a label for the current version.

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Networking The "Networking" screen displays information on the PCX-2 network (which IP/MASK on which interface). Select "Networking" in the main menu to open the screen. The password for this area is: clint The menu may only be carried out by qualified operators. Changes may only be made when the system is not operating.

Table 169: Select Networking/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Networking/ [eth2] PROTO MAC IP MASK [lo] PROTO MAC IP MASK [eth1] PROTO MAC IP MASK ..... : .......... : ............... : .......... : static 00:20:ce:c7:87:7d 172.16.100.250 [0.0.0.0] 255255255252 [0.0.0.0] PCX-2 V 0.77.12 11:32:33

..... : .......... : ............... : .......... :

static 00:00:00:00:00:00 127.0.0.1 [127.0.0.1] 255.0.0.0 [255.0.0.0]

..... : .......... : ............... : .......... :

00:00:00:00:00:00 0.0.0.0 [0.0.0.0] 0.0.0.0 [0.0.0.0] <CR>: enter

F9>: restart <F10>: save

Table 170: Networking Line PROTO MAC IP MASK Description Protocol type. MAC address. IP address. Subnet mask.

Table 171: Function "Networking" Key CR F9 F10 Action Change network configuration for a certain interface. Restart the network. Save changes.

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Reporting The "Reporting" screen displays how often and for how long certain errors (reports) have occurred (e.g. used by the belt control of the automatic picking system). Select "Reporting" in the main menu to open the screen.

Table 172: Select Reporting/All SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Reporting/All [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ 1] 1] 3] 2] 3] 0] 40 ] 0] 0] Time 00:05:18 00:05:25 2:00:59 1:53:19 00:56:57 00:00:00 11:40:01 00:00:00 00:00:00 <CR>: enter Name P4 : : Button P4 : : Emergency Stop P4 : : Error P4 : : Gate P4 : : Missing P4 : : Pulser1 P4 : : Running P4 : : Service P4 : : Switched off <CR>: mode <F>: filter Set false false false false false false false false false PCX-2 V 0.77.12 11:32:33

Table 173: Reporting Column [] Time Name Set Description Number of times an error has occurred Total time for which the error was active. Name of the error message. Error (yes/no).

Table 174: Reporting error message Name P4 : : Button P4 : : Emergency Stop P4 : : Error P4 : : Gate P4 : : Missing P4 : : Pulser1 P4 : : Running P4 : : Service P4 : : Switched off Action Key stop. Emergency stop for belt P4. Disconnection of belt P4 because of an error. Disconnection by product light barrier at P4. No transport unit at filling point P4. Pulse frequency is not ok. Running time of P4 belt. Confirmation service switch. Disconnection by input.

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Counter The "Counter" screen displays counters of certain programs and is used by the automatic picking system. Select "Counter" in the main menu to open the screen.

Table 175: Select Counter SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Counter Name P4 : : Ejecting P4 : : Order lines P4 : : Orders active P4 : : Orders total P4 : : Pulser1 Absolute 0 0 0 3167 630 Value 0 0 0 0 630 Last 0 0 0 3167 630 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 176: Counter Column Name Absolute Value Last Description Name of the error message. Absolute value. Current value. Previous value.

Table 177: Counter error message Name P4 : : Ejecting P4 : : Order lines P4 : : Orders active P4 : : Orders total Description P4 channels are dispensing. Order items at P4. Active picking orders at P4. Total number of picking orders at P4.

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Versions The "Versions" screen displays the program version of the respective modules. Select "Versions" in the main menu to open the screen.

Table 178: Select Versions SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Versions Modules * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * File Order.cpp Order.h Automat.cpp Automat.h Belts.cpp Belts.h Brochure.cpp Brochure.h Configuration.cpp Configuration.cpp Configuration.h Configuration.h Cvs.cpp Cvs.h DataTypes.cpp DataTypes.h Debug.h Define.h Define.h Revision 1.40 1.31 1.37 1.12 1.15 1.11 1.4 1.4 1.19 1.38 1.5 1.32 1.2 1.1 1.38 1.35 1.9 1.10 1.19 Date 2004-06-29 15:28 2004-06-29 15:28 2004-06-29 15:27 2004-06-29 15:27 2004-06-29 15:27 2004-06-29 15:27 2004-06-29 15:28 2004-06-29 15:28 2004-07-05 16:32 2004-06-29 15:25 2004-07-05 16:32 2004-06-29 15:25 2004-07-05 16:32 2004-07-05 16:32 2004-06-29 15:25 2004-06-29 15:25 2004-06-29 15:25 2004-06-29 15:27 2004-06-29 15:25 User raine raine raine raine hkt hkt hkt hkt raine hkt hkt hkt hkt hkt hkt hkt svetl hkt hkt Host unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown PCX-2 V 0.77.12 11:32:33

Table 179: Versions Column Modules File Revision Date User Host Description Application module. File name. Version number. Date and time in the format YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm. User name. Host name.

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Tracing The menu "Tracing" contains screens displaying the internal log file on the PCX-2. It is possible to set the information degree (tracing levels). Select "Tracing" in the main menu to open the screen.

Table 180: Select Tracing/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Tracing/ Display Levels PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 181: Tracing Submenu Display Levels Description Internal log file on PCX-2. Setting of tracing levels.

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Display The "Display" screen displays the internal log file on the PCX-2. Select "Display" on the menu "Tracing" to open the screen.

Table 182: Select Tracing/Display SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Tracing/Display 22:48:58.969 [: 88] starting thread beat 81926 pid 94 22:48:58.977 [: 88] starting thread socket 98311 pid 95 22:48:58.981 [stbsto: 88] ** $Version: stat-alpha-1.0.5$ starting ** 22.48:58.982 [: 95] RTpol: policy setting failed, should be 1, is 0 22:48:58.982 [: 95] RTpol: prio.setting failed, should be 100, is 0 22:48:58.983 [: 96] Start thread HCom_tx 22:48:59.972 [can_can: 91] /dev/can0 > [00|01]: 22:48:59.972 [can_can: 92] can0-i82527: status 0x45 bit 0 error, warning status 22:48:59.973 [can_can: 92] can0-i82527: BUS WARNING!!. status 0x45 bit 0 error, warning status 22:49:01.986 [: 88] starting thread wdg 163851 pid 99 22:49:02.030 [: 97] Start thread HCom 22:49:02.031 [: 98] Start thread Visual 22:49:04.982 [can_can: 92] can0-i82527: status 0xC5 bit 0 error, warning status, bus off status 22:49:04.982 [can_can: 92] can0-i82527: BUS OFF!!. status 0xC5 bit 0 error, warning status, bus off status 22:49:42.032 [: 100] WATCHDOG: wants to be fed within 13 secs ... 22:55:31.152 [: 95] starting thread maintenance 180236 pid 100 22:55:31.153 [menu: 95] starting maintenance on socket 15 PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

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Levels The "Levels" screen allows the user to set the information degree (tracing levels). Select "Levels" on the menu "Tracing" to open the screen.

Table 183: Select Tracing/Levels SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/Tracing/Levels *Driver/Can HCom HCom/Transmit Visual can_all can_can can_cbk can_cnf can_err can_ldt can_pth can_rmt can_sci menu stblog stbsto stconf stllvl strout stsmac ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : ...................................................... : Full Full Full Info5 Off Info2 Info1 Info1 Errors Info1 Info1 Info1 Info1 Info4 Info1 Info1 Info5 Info1 Off Off PCX-2 V 0.77.12 23:03:51

Table 184: Tracing levels Name Full Info5 to Info1 Warning Error Description Display all. 5: more information. 1: less information. Display warnings only. Display error messages only.

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Memory The "Memory" screen is used to display unreleased disk space caused by the program. Polling this menu item may disturb the operation of the station or trigger a restart. USB The "USB" screen allows the user to save programs and configurations on a USB stick or load them from there. Select "USB" in the main menu to open the screen.

These configuration screens are only meant for internal use by SSI Schfer Peem.

Table 185: Select USB/ SSI SCHFER PEEM px:/USB/ Load Save PCX-2 V 0.77.12 06:45:22

Table 186: USB Submenu Load Save Description Load programs and configurations from a USB stick. Save programs and configurations on a USB stick.

Load The "Load" function loads the program and the configuration from a USB stick after having entered a name. Select "Load" on the menu "USB" to open the screen. Save The "Save" function saves the program and the configuration after a name has been entered on a USB stick. By assigning different names it is possible to save several programs and configurations on a USB stick. Select "Save" on the menu "USB" to open the screen.

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1.1.5.6 Maintenance Menu A maintenance menu is displayed via the ttyS01 interface (COM1 crossed serial cable) or via the network. Some menu items are password protected. Login is carried out via the serial interface (line connection 600N81). User: "px" Password: "px" Once you have successfully logged on, the "bash" (command line) is displayed. The command "menu" allows the user to start the maintenance menu. In case of a network connection, the "telnet" program allows the user to establish a direct connection to a socket (telnet px01 7777, 7777 is the socket for maintenance). The menu is started immediately without entering user name or password. Some PCX-2 controllers support a second network. The connection to the PCX-2 is established by means of a crossed network cable. The table hereinafter lists the necessary settings on the PC.

Table 187: Settings on the PC IP address Subnet mask PCX-2 IP address Telnet connection 172.16.100.249 255255255252 172.16.100.250 telnet 172.16.100.250 7777

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1.1.5.7 User Management The following table lists the users who may log in on the PCX-2.

Table 188: User management User px Password px

File system for the user "px" The file system for the "px" user is either "/home/px" or "/home/px/cvs". Which file system is applied, depends on whether there is a control via CVS (update via warehouse computer). The following table lists the different directory types.

Table 189: File system User bin cfg sub log Password Application directory. Configuration directory (px.xml). Sub-processor directory (download files for nodes or channel processors). Log listing (always "/home/px/log").

Log files Log files are generated whenever a restart is made. When the log file reaches a certain size, the current log file is renamed and a new log file is created (1Mb). A maximum of 5 old log files are kept. Every old log file gets a number attached (xxx.1 to xxx.5, 1 being the newest).

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1.1.5.8 Update Files are stored by means of FTP, kermit or windows commander. Configuration file In order to save a new configuration file on the PCX2, the current file has to be replaced by the new file. If the directory is checked via CVS, the command "cvs commit" must be entered after the file has been overwritten. The configuration is updated the next time the PCX-2 is started. Program To save a new program on the PCX-2, the old program must be renamed by entering the "mv" command (mv px px.save). Afterwards, you can save the new version. After a restart, the renamed file can be deleted . If the directory is checked via CVS, the version has to be saved by entering the command "cvs commit". Otherwise the program is overwritten by the version stored on the RISC during the next start. Afterwards, the PCX-2 has to be rebooted: (menu item > /Software/Reboot). Sub-processors A new file is copied by means of FTP or windows commander and saved with the command "cvs commit". If the file was not installed yet, it has to be added to the CVS by "cvs add filename" before the command "cvs commit" is carried out.

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1.1.5.9 Bash Commands The following table contains a list of the bash commands available.

Table 190: Bash Commands Name cvs add filename cvs commit cvs update mv px px.save pwd ls df cd Description Add a file to CVS. Taking over all files of a directory. Taking over all files of a warehouse control computer. Rename the file. Display the current path. List the files of a directory. Display the occupied memory on the hard disc. Change directory.

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1.1.5.10 Config Station parameters This chapter provides explanation on the station parameters and module types. The following figures may vary slightly depending on the PCX-2 configuration. Go to "Configuration/Edit" to open the "Edit" menu.

These Config screens are only meant for internal use by SSI Schfer Peem.

Table 191: Select [../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml] SSI SCHFER PEEM [../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml] / can [simulate=true tracelevel=0] globset [boxlength=47 conveyingspeed=60] stations belts pemats PCX-2 V 0.77.12 15:71:49

Select "Stations" on the "Edit" menu to open the submenu.

Table 192: Select [../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations SSI SCHFER PEEM PCX-2 V 0.77.12 16:04:25

[../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations NPK1 [xreaderrs=TNIRVANA jackpot=TNIRVANA xstragers= xunregd=] NU1 [jackpot=TNV1 xreaderrs= xstragers= xunregd= ] K3 [jackpot=X2 xreaderrs= xstrangers= xunregd= ]

Select a menu item (1 to 3) to display the data of the respective station. Navigation through parameter blocks corresponds to jumping to another level of a directory (UNIX:directory). The parameter values themselves are stored in singular tags, like files (UNIX: files).

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The following table displays the data of the station NPK1.

Table 193: Select [../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1 SSI SCHFER PEEM xreaderrs=TNIRVANA jackpot=TNIRVANA xstrangers= xunregd= system lumps PCX-2 V 0.77.12 16:04:25

[../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1

"Lumps" are the module containers constituting a station. Select "lumps" to open the submenu.

Table 194: Select [../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1/lumps SSI SCHFER PEEM PCX-2 V 0.77.12 16:04:25

[../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1/lumps EINI [type=stopper jackpot= ] DI1 [type=doubdivhoist jackpot= ] B1 [type=gconvc jackpot=TPK xreaderrs= xstrangers= xunregd= ] TNIRVANA [type=trigjam jackpot=TNIRVANA xreaderrs= xstragers= xunregd= ] TPBL [type= trigjam jackpot=TPBL xreaderrs= xstrangers= xunregd= ] TPK [type=trigjam jackpot=TPK xreaderrs= xstrangers= xunregd= ]

Select a menu item (1 to 6) to display the data of the respective system component.

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This following table shows the system component "EINI".

Table 195: Select [../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1/lumps/EINI SSI SCHFER PEEM type=stopper jackpot= aft [transition=in neighbour=none] four [transition=out neighbour=DI1] stopper [predelay=2] functions errorind1 [device= ] errorind2 [device= ] PCX-2 V 0.77.12 16:04:25

[../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1/lumps/EINI

The respective module is of the type "stopper". Select "stopper" to display further information on the type.

Table 196: Select [../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1/lumps/EINI/stopper SSI SCHFER PEEM PCX-2 V 0.77.12 16:04:25

[../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1/lumps/EINI/stopper predelay=34 scanner [evalpat=******-- pktterm=10 validperiod=600 device=1.6.1] trigger [device=1.6.1] stopper [device=1.6.1]

This stopper is equipped with a scanner. The block "scanner" lists the configuration of the analysis of the data read.

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Select "scanner" to open the submenu.

Table 197: Select [../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1/lumps/EINI/stopper/scanner SSI SCHFER PEEM evalpat=******-pktterm=10 validperiod=600 device=1.6.1 numpkts=15 pktsize=8 barcode PCX-2 V 0.77.12 10:08:27

[../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1/lumps/EINI/stopper/scanner

To display only the reading interval (period in which a reading result must be received before triggering the respective light barrier), the parameter "validperiod" has to be edited as follows:
validperiod -> 1110<ENTER>

The new value is now saved (volatile storage) and will serve as a base for future processing of serial data. However, it is not permanently stored on the PCX-2.

Table 198: Select [../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1/lumps/EINI/stopper/scanner SSI SCHFER PEEM evalpat=******-pktterm=10 validperiod=1110 device=1.6.1 numpkts=15 pktsize=8 barcode PCX-2 V 0.77.12 16:16:43

[../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml] /stations/NPK1/lumps/EINI/stopper/scanner

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Time base or station timer Every station has its own time base (e.g. timer secured against emergency stop) to handle certain operations (e.g lateral diversion of a transport unit and checking of the process). The operation mode and the respective parameters are configured at the respective station. To open the screen, select the menu item "timebase" at "Configuration/Edit/stations/<station name>/system/timebase".

The value "simulation" indicates the duration of a clock beat in msec. Almost all indications of time in other configuration elements refer to this unit. Hereinafter, the clock beat is called "tix".

Table 199: Select [../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1/system/timebase SSI SCHFER PEEM simulation=10 number=3 device=1.6.7 min_mtps=3245 max_mtps=8200 inverse = false PCX-2 V 0.77.12 10:22:17

[../station/xml/custcent-pk-u1-k3.xml]/stations/NPK1/system/timebase

Module types (system component) The following module types are available:

Stopper: Halts the transport unit on the conveyor. Ejector: Pushes the transport unit onto another conveyor. Accumulation roller conveyor: Serves as zero-pressure conveyor for transport units. The rollers are controlled to ensure that a gap between transport units is always maintained in case the transport units stop - preventing them from touching each other. Accumulation: Halting or stopped flow of transport units. Sensors provide information whether a section of the conveyor is free or occupied.

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Module type details Specifications of the modules

Stopper XML type name: gconvc XML Konfigpfad: /stations/<Stationsname>/lumps/<Anlagenkomponentenname>/gconvc/design Double-sided ejector XML type name: doubdivhoist XML Konfigpfad: /stations/<Stationsname>/lumps/<Anlagenkomponentenname>/doubdivhoist "predelay" unit: tix Time between the arrival of the transport unit and the possible response of the lifting mechanism. "hoisting" unit: tix Time needed for lifting itself "activate", "actleft" or "actright" unit: tix Maximum time the diversion process to the left or right may take. The transport unit must interrupt the gap light barrier and free it once again within this time window, otherwise it is classified as "lost". "adddiv" unit: tix Short additional time for the belt diverter to keep running after having diverted the transport unit. The additional time may serve to align the transport units correctly along the conveyor guide rail.

The parameters of the "Dummy" module are optional (e.g. trigger) and not directly connected to other modules (e.g. accumulation).

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Schfer motor roller bidirectional XML type name: gconvc XML Konfigpfad: /stations/<Stationsname>/lumps/<Anlagenkomponentenname>/gconvc The value "bidirr" is assigned to the parameter "/stations/<station name>/lumps/<system component name>/gconvc/design" "run" unit: tix Maximum time the segment may remain switched on. "break" unit: tix Duration of the break to cool down the live rollers. "run-addition" unit: tix Follow-up time of the segment after the transport unit has left the area monitored by the sensor.

Accumulation (occupied) XML type name: trigjam XML Konfigpfad: /station/<Stationsname>/lumps/<Anlagenkomponentenname>/trigjam "jamtresh" unit: tix Time the sensor of the system component has to remain occupied without interruption to reach the logical status "occupied". "nojamtresh" unit: tix Time the sensor of the system component has to remain free without interruption to give up the logical status "occupied" once again.

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Dummy XML type name: dummy XML Konfigpfad: /station/<Stationsname>/lumps/<Anlagenkomponentenname>/dummy "jamtresh" unit: tix Time for which the sensor of the system component has to remain continuously occupied to reach the logical status "occupied" "nojamtresh" unit: tix Time for which the sensor of the system component has to remain continuously free to leave the logical status "occupied"

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1.1.6 Maintenance and Repair

WARNING
Only trained and authorized personnel may solve errors of the conveying system component. Observe and follow all necessary safety instructions. Carry out all required safety measures.

DANGER
Danger of death! Defective electrical components could be energized and thus be dangerous to life. Do not operate a faulty system or machine. Defects on electrical components must be eliminated immediately. 1.1.6.1 Repair

DANGER
Danger of death! Defective electrical components could be energized and thus be dangerous to life. Switch off the machine/installation. Lock-out, tag-out the machine/installation.

CAUTION
Beware of hand injuries! When components are being replaced accidents are more likely to happen since there is little space between the components. Inadequate operation can cause minor injuries such as crushing or abrasions.

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Replacing PCX-2 To replace PCX-2 with another PCX-2, please proceed as follows:

Enter "MAC address 1" in the web operator menu e.g.: 00:18:7D:04:57:04

Demounting

Disconnect the cables in the following order: Power supply: Ethernet (ETH1) CAN Bus Remove old PCX-2. Mount new PCX-2. Connect the cables in the following order: CAN Bus Ethernet (ETH1) Power supply:

MAC address 1: 00:18:7D:04:57:04 (example)

Mounting

It can take several minutes before the collecting belt of the automatic picking system is restarted, since the ejecting speed data must be set or loaded by all channel processors beforehand.

Replacing PCX with PCX-2 To replace PCX with PCX-2, please proceed as follows:

Enter "MAC address 1" in the web operator menu e.g.: 00:18:7D:04:57:04

Replacing PCX, the previous version of PCX-2, with PCX-2 requires adapter cable H07AD034.

Demounting

Disconnect the cables in the following order: Power supply: Ethernet (ETH1) CAN Bus Remove old PCX-2. Mount new PCX-2. Connect the cables in the following order: CAN Bus Ethernet (ETH1) Power supply with adapter cable

Mounting
Adapter cable H07AD034 length = 100 mm 1 Cable to PCX-2 Socket for voltage supply

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1.1.6.2 Maintenance Schedule

Depending on the area of application, environmental conditions and the requirements on site, it can be necessary to perform servicing at shorter intervals.
Table 200: Maintenance schedule
PCX-2 Further maintenance intervals [h]

Component

First maintenance after [h]

Maintenance works

Date and signature

Connecting elements Electrical connections and cabling CAN I/O MAS4/MAS8 Pemat

1000

2500

Check for damage and tightness (random tests).

Refer to document in chapter "Electronics". Refer to document in chapter "Electronics". Refer to document in chapter "Picking Systems".

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1.1.7 Appendix
1.1.7.1 Control Network The Subnet mask for all devices in these LANs is: "255.255.255.0"

Table 201: Subnet mask Decimal display 16 bit customer network 8 bit device number 10 01010101 10111101 10010011

Address classification:

Table 202: Address classification 1 2 From 3 to 10 From 11 to 30 From 31 to 80 From 81 to 90 From 91 to 100 From 101 to 200 From 201 to 255 SSI SCHFER PEEM Router RISC Not assigned yet Siemens devices (S5, S7, ...) Common PCs, terminals and similar Network printers Access points PCX-2 Radio frequence terminals PCX-2 V 0.77.12

1.1.7.2 Network Structure The figure below schematically shows the network structure.

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