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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

MOBA-matic, CAN Version 4.28-2044 and higher

Please completely read this instruction manual and the


contained safety instructions and note all given information
before usage.
Keep available for further consideration!

ENGLISH
Translation of the original instruction manual 10-02-00860
Order-No.: 10-02-00861-1
Date: 08.2009

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Copyright by
MOBA Corporation
180 Walter Way, Suite 102
Fayetteville, GA 30214
USA
www.moba.de
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Table of contents

1. General information ...................................................................... 5


1.1 Introduction............................................................................. 5
1.2 Packaging and storage ............................................................ 6
1.3 Precautionary measures .......................................................... 7
2. Product description ..................................................................... 10
3. System summary ........................................................................ 11
4. The Digital Controller .................................................................. 14
4.1 Description of the digital controller......................................... 14
4.1.1 LC display (liquid crystal display) .................................... 14
4.1.2 LED display .................................................................... 15
4.1.3 Function lamps ............................................................... 16
4.1.4 Push button unit ............................................................. 16
4.1.5 Push button combinations ............................................... 17
4.2 The switch-on message ......................................................... 18
4.3 Indication of control side ....................................................... 18
4.4 Sensor identification.............................................................. 19
4.5 Operator menu ...................................................................... 20
4.5.1 Sensor selection ............................................................. 22
4.5.2 3D setpoint assignment .................................................. 23
4.5.3 Sensitivity setting ........................................................... 24
4.5.4 Indication of the cross slope ........................................... 28
4.5.5 Control window setting.................................................... 29
4.5.6 Position factor ................................................................ 30
4.5.7 Hydraulic record ............................................................. 33
4.5.8 Graphic representation of the operator menu................... 34
5. Different user settings................................................................. 35
6. The Digi-Slope sensor ................................................................ 37
6.1 Description ........................................................................... 37
6.2 Mounting............................................................................... 37
6.3 Operation of the Digi-Slope sensor ........................................ 38
6.3.1 Setting up the measured value ........................................ 39
6.3.2 Controlling with the Digi-Slope sensor ............................. 40
7. The Sonic-Ski sensor .................................................................. 41
7.1 Description ........................................................................... 41
7.2 Mounting instructions and working range ............................... 41
7.3 Working with the Sonic-Ski sensor ......................................... 43
7.3.1 String line sensing .......................................................... 44
7.3.2 Ground sensing .............................................................. 45
8. The Rotary sensor ...................................................................... 47
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8.1 Description ............................................................................. 47
8.2 Mounting instructions and possible applications ....................... 47
8.3 Working with the Rotary sensor ............................................... 50
8.3.1 String line sensing ............................................................ 51
8.3.2 Ground sensing ................................................................ 52
9. The Wire Rope sensor (YOYO) ................................................... 54
9.1 Description ............................................................................. 54
9.2 Mounting................................................................................. 54
9.3 Working with the Wire Rope sensor ......................................... 56
9.3.1 Controlling with the Wire Rope sensor............................... 57
10. The Laser Receiver LS 3000 ..................................................... 59
10.1 Description............................................................................ 59
10.2 Mounting instructions ............................................................ 59
10.3 The LED-display of the Laser Receiver LS 3000..................... 61
10.4 Working with the Laser Receiver LS 3000 .............................. 64
10.4.1 Controlling with the Laser Receiver LS 3000 ................... 65
10.5 Fault indications .................................................................... 67
11. The Dual-Sonic sensor .............................................................. 68
11.1 Description............................................................................ 68
11.2 Mounting and setting up ........................................................ 68
11.3 Working with the Dual-Sonic sensor ....................................... 70
11.3.1 Ground sensing .............................................................. 71
12. The Big-Ski ............................................................................... 73
12.1 Description............................................................................ 73
12.2 Function mode ...................................................................... 74
12.3 Mounting instructions ............................................................ 75
12.3.1 Mechanic........................................................................ 75
12.3.2 Electric system ............................................................... 76
12.4 Set-up................................................................................... 78
12.5 Working with the Big-Ski........................................................ 79
12.5.1 Controlling with the Big-Ski ............................................. 82
13. Maintenance ............................................................................. 84
13.1 General information............................................................... 84
13.2 How to clean the appliance .................................................... 84
14. Remedial measures in case of malfunction ................................ 85
14.1 General information............................................................... 85
14.2 Fault indications and remedial measures ............................... 86
15. Technical data .......................................................................... 88
16. Declarations of conformity ......................................................... 99
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1. General information

1.1 Introduction

This manual contains important information concerning the installation, initiation and
operation of the MOBA-matic, as well as tips for maintenance and trouble-shooting.
Furthermore, you will find a detailed description of all operating elements and their
functions.
A description of all interfaces and their configuration is enclosed for the purpose of
connection and trouble-shooting.

MOBA-matic is available with various sensor combinations. Please always use this
instruction manual when working with your MOBA-matic system.
In case that your MOBA-matic system is not equipped with all sensors, please
disregard the respective descriptions.

Pictograms and symbols:

The following pictograms and symbols are used in this manual:

Residual risks and sources of danger in the event of improper handling


which place the life and limb of operating personnel at risk are marked by
a warning triangle with an exclamation mark. This also applies to potential
damage to equipment.

Notes which need to be observed are indicated with a hand symbol.

Particularly important notes are printed in bold type.

Lists are marked with a black dot.

Operating steps to be performed by operating personnel are indicated with an


arrow head.
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Subject to alteration (without notice):

We have taken steps to keep the information in this instruction manual correct and
up to date. To maintain our technological advance it may be necessary, without
notice, to make changes to the product or its operation which, in certain
circumstances, do not correspond to these instructions. In this case your MOBA-
supplier can supply up-to-date operating instructions. We accept no liability for
disturbances, breakdowns or damages caused thereby.

1.2 Packaging and storage

In order to ensure adequate protection during transport, the products have been
carefully packed.
On receipt the goods and the packaging should be checked for damage.

In case of damage the equipment must not be operated!


Damaged cables or connectors are also a risk to safety and, likewise,
must not be used!

In this case, please contact your MOBA-supplier.

If the equipment is not to be used directly after it is unpacked it has to be


protected from dampness and dirt.
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1.3 Precautionary measures

Before mounting, servicing and operating the equipment please read


the operating instructions carefully and completely. If questions
arise, please contact your MOBA-supplier.

Safety measures:
The safety measures recommended here correspond basically to the guidelines for
installation und commissioning of electrical systems. They can be used for all
applications in conjunction with MOBA equipment.

Mounting:
When mounting the equipment only original MOBA-cables may be used. The
connectors may not be disconnected from the cables since they are protected
against dampness; opening them would destroy the protection. Make sure that the
securing screws of all the connectors are tightened. Further mounting information
for the equipment and sensors can be taken from the enclosed data sheets or the
installation instructions.

Wiring:
The wiring has to be carried out correctly and correspond to the information given in
these instructions. All supply leads and connecting terminals have to be sized for
the corresponding current. Further, all connections have to be made in accordance
with valid VDE regulations or with valid national regulations.

Safety against disturbances:


This equipment has been designed for industrial use and has been tested
correspondingly. Nevertheless, microprocessor technology puts certain demands on
the installation. We would therefore like to point out the following things about an
installation that, if not taken into account, later can lead to disturbances during
operation:
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Make sure that the polarity of the connections is correct;
Supply voltages may not exceed, or fall short of, the given ranges;
Protect the equipment with a suitable supply fuse;
Use cables suitable for the currents and voltages ;
Make the cabling paths as short as possible (avoid loops);
Separate control cables from power cables as far as possible;
Suppress contactor and relays coils;
The requirement for a disturbance-free operation is a good electrical connection
between the machine and the case/chassis of the separate components;
Connect screened cables to earth at one end only (the equipment end);
Do not supply other equipment directly from the supply terminals of this
equipment;
Do not use unused terminals as connection points for other equipment;
Remove all system components and disconnect their power supply respectively
before welding;

Maximum voltages:
Do not exceed the maximum allowed voltages. The maximum voltage between any
two isolated circuits, or between one circuit and earth, is, if not otherwise noted,
limited to the highest value of the corresponding input voltage or the corresponding
supply voltage. The connecting terminals or plugs have to be equipped with a fuse.

Fuses:
The equipment is fitted with electronic fuses for protection against crossed
connections, voltage spikes and short term over-voltages. The supply voltages given
in the technical data may not be exceeded.

Configuration:
The equipment can be configured by the user. When reconfiguring, the user is
obliged to do this only in accordance with the circumstances of the complete
system.
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Alarm device:
In complex systems, in which a malfunction could lead to danger to the operating
personnel or to the system, it is wise to employ an independent alarm device to
supervise the process. An independent device offers protection by announcing an
alarm and switching off the system. In many cases the use of an alarm in the
controller does not, because it is not independent of the control system, provide
adequate protection.

Areas endangered by explosion:

The equipment is not for use in areas endangered by explosion.

Fault clearance:
Before starting to clear faults make sure that every voltage supply to the equipment
has been removed. Faulty equipment should be examined in an area suitably fitted
out for test purposes. Every attempt to correct a fault in equipment that is still
installed can be dangerous for personnel and for the system. Before you remove or
exchange sensors in the system, make sure that the supply voltages have been
removed.

Ask for help:


For questions about the operation or about mounting please contact your MOBA-
supplier.

If the above precautionary measures are not observed, this can lead to a
failure of the equipment, of the machine or even injury to personnel. Damage
or injury, which is traceable to non-observance of the precautionary measures
described above, is excluded from the manufacturers guarantee.
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2. Product description

MOBA-matic is a universal control system for building machines of all kind.


The extensive range of sensors used for distance- and slope measurement as well
as its excellent operating convenience and reliability make MOBA-matic a flexible
and efficient control system for pavers, concrete road finishers, mastic asphalt
finishers, milling machines, caterpillars, kilvers and motor graders.

The system is based on ultra-modern micro-processor technology and works with a


so-called CAN-bus (Controlled Area Network).
This CAN-bus represents the latest state of the art in electric motorcar equipment
and therefore guarantees maximum system safety. Furthermore, it facilitates the
systems central operation and, due to its modular design, its successive extension.
Therefore you may fit in new sensors anytime and without any problems, so that the
system will always suit the application requirements.
The heart of the system, the digital controller, identifies all connected sensors
automatically as soon as the system is switched on.

In addition to this, MOBA-matic can also be connected to a GPS or total station.


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3. System summary

Komponente Bezeichnung Artikel-Nr. Anmerkung


Component Designation Item-no. Annotation
DLS II V4.28, "Global
version"
Digitaler Regler mit integrierter
CAN Regler
LED-Anzeige, 12 pol Stecker zur 04-25-10453
Maschine CAN Controller

Digital controller with integrated


LED indicator, 12pole connector to
machine

DLS II Panel
Bedienpanel als Komfort- CAN Bedienpanel
/Zusatzbedienung fr beide Seiten; 04-25-10455
CAN Operating panel
Operating panel for additional
convenience handling of both sides

Slope Sensor, CAN


Neigungssensor mit
04-21-21010 CAN Sensor
Montageplatte
Slope sensor with mounting plate

Rotary Sensor, CAN


Drehgeber fr mech.
Hhenabtastung 04-21-40110 CAN Sensor

Rotary sensor for mech. grade


sensing

Rotary Sensor, CAN - Set


CAN Sensor
Drehgeber fr mech. Hhenabtastung
mit Zubehr
mit Tastarm; Tastski und Tastrohr
05-21-40110
Rotary sensor for mech. grade CAN Sensor
sensing with sensing-arm, sensing- with equipment
tube and sensing-ski

Sonic-Ski Sensor, CAN


Mehrfach-Ultraschall -
Hhensensor 04-21-10020 CAN Sensor

Multiple-ultrasonic - Grade
sensor

Seilzugsensor, CAN
04-21-30020 CAN Sensor, 0-500 mm
Wire rope sensor, CAN
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Komponente Bezeichnung Artikel-Nr. Anmerkung


Component Designation Item-no. Annotation
LS 3000
Prop. Laserempfnger
Prop. Laser receiver
04-60-11310 PWM/CAN

Dual-Sonic Sensor, CAN


Doppel-Ultraschallsensor
mit Temp.-kompens. 04-21-10100 CAN Sensor

Dual-ultrasonic sensor
with temp. compensation

POWER/CAN - Box LINKS LEFT


10pol/12pol Baj.
Verteilerbox zur Festinstallation von 04-03-00422
2 x 7pol Baj. (CAN)
CAN-Slope Sensor und 3D
1 x R 120
Junction box for fixed wiring of CAN- RECHTS RIGHT
Slope and 3D 10pol/12pol Baj.
04-03-00423
2 x 7pol Baj. (CAN)
1 x R 120

Big- Ski
Verteilerbox fr Anschluss von bis zu CAN Verteilerbox
3 Sonic-Ski, Can 04-03-00415
Junction box to connect up to 3 CAN Junction box
Sonic-Ski, Can

Halterung fr DLS II Regler


04-05-00610
Bracket for DLS II controller

Koffer MOBA-matic
fr max. 2 Regler, 3 Sonic-Ski, 2
Digi-Rotary, 1 Slope und Zubehr
Case - MOBA-matic 04-06-00140
max. for 2 controllers, 3 Sonic-Ski, 2
Digi-Rotary, 1 Slope and equipment
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Komponente Bezeichnung Artikel-Nr. Anmerkung


Component Designation Item-no. Annotation
12pol Baj./- - -, 3
ohne Maschinenstecker
04-02-02564 without machine connector
alle Pins verdrahtet
Wendelkabel, Maschine all pins wired
CAN-Regler--> 12polBaj./10pol,3m
(Power-CAN-Box)-->Maschine 04-02-02560 alle Pins verdrahtet
all pins wired
Coil cable, machine
12pol Baj./10pol, 3 m
CAN-controller--> nur +, -, AUF, AB
(Power-CAN-Box)-->machine 04-02-02561
verdrahtet
only +, -, UP, DOWN wired

12pol Baj./7pol, 3 m
04-02-02563
Blaw-Knox

Wendelkabel 7pol Baj./7 pin Baj.


04-02-002620
zur Verbindung von Can-Sensoren 6 m

an Verteilerbox
Coil cable 7pol Baj./7 pin Baj.
04-02-002621 12 m
to connect Can-sensors to the
junction box

Wendelkabel, CAN-
7pol Baj./7pin Baj.
Verbindung
6 m
Verbindung Sensor--> Regler 04-02-02624
gelb yellow
Coil cable, CAN connection 2 x R 120

Connection sensor-->controller

Wendelkabel, Verlngerung
Regler/CAN Sensor 7pol Baj./7pin Baj.
04-02-02623
Coil cable, extension 6 m

controller/CAN sensor
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4. The Digital Controller

In this section the general operation of the controller is


described. In the operating instructions for the individual
sensors an understanding of the general operation is
assumed.

4.1 Description of the digital controller

The controller can be used for all current machine types. The
controller has a digital display, a LED display and four function
lamps as well as push buttons to operate it.

4.1.1 LC display (liquid crystal display)

Because of its integrated illumination the 3-digit liquid crystal display is well
readable.
The display symbols have the following significance:

RAISE ARROW indicates that the controller output RAISE is


currently active.

LOWER ARROW indicates that the controller output LOWER is


currently active.

Positive indication (no sign)

Negative indication (sign -)

Slope to the right (bar dropping to the right).

Slope to the left (bar dropping to the left).


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4.1.2 LED display

The LEDs are only used to make the status of the currently driven valve outputs
better perceptible for the user. Their representation is only an increased and more
detailed display of the arrow symbols function on the LC display. In particular when
the user is standing at a larger distance from the controller or during stronger
insolation the LED display will be helpful.
LC-Display LED-Anzeige Abweichung Ausgnge

Great control Output UP is constantly


Moba deviation on

Symbol constantly on Arrow constantly on

Medium control Output UP is pulsing


deviation with great pulse width
Moba

Symbol flashes Arrows flashes

Small control Output UP is pulsing


Moba deviation with small pulse width

Symbol flashes Center on/ Arrow flashes

No control deviation No output activated


Moba

No symbol activated Center on

Output DOWN is
Small control
pulsing with small pulse
Moba deviation
width
Symbol flashes Center on/ Arrow flashes

Output DOWN is
Medium control
pulsing with great pulse
Moba deviation
width
Symbol flashes Arrow flashes

Great control Output DOWN is


Moba
deviation constantly on
Symbol constantly on
Arrow constantly on

If all LEDs flash at the same time there is an alarm condition.


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4.1.3 Function lamps

The four function lamps have the following


significance:

Automatic lamp
Lamp on: automatic operation
(1)
Lamp flashing : semi-automatic operation (only if this optional
mode has been preset by your MOBA-dealer);

Lamp off: manual operation

Direction lamp (Special function with Sonic-Ski)


If both lamps simultaneously flash there is an alarm condition.

String line lamp with Sonic-Ski with Big-Ski


Lamp on: String line mode active Averaging of all 3 sensors
Lamp off: Ground mode active Only the middle sensor is
(averaging) evaluated

4.1.4 Push button unit

For the MOBA-matics operation four push buttons are


available. They facilitate operation and for a few settings
feature additional functions.

UP/DOWN buttons
With these buttons the setpoint can be changed when in automatic mode
(and in semi-automatic mode, if preset).
In manual mode the output for the respective valve is active for the
duration of pushing.

(1)
This status signal also occurs if the automatic controlling of the MOBA-matic has been locked using the
function "valve interruption". In this case the valve outputs are switched off and the digital controllers operation
is prevented.
Therefore a defined signal can be applied to Pin A or J (depending on the version of the digital controller) in
order to interrupt the controlling, e.g. while the machine stands still. Also see section 15 Technical data" in this
manual.
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Automatic/Manual button (A/M button)


This button is used to change between manual mode, semi-automatic
mode (if preset) and automatic mode
The operator menu can be exited at any time by holding down the A/M
button for more than one second.
In the operator menu you can return to previous parameters by briefly
pressing the A/M button (less than one second).

SET button
This button is used to equate the setpoint to the actual value and/or to
carry out a zero balance.

4.1.5 Push button combinations

Automatic/Manual button + SET button


You can call the operator menu by pressing these two
buttons simultaneously. Here you can find important system
parameters, such as Sensor selection, Sensitivity setting,
Control window setting, Unit of distance setting, Position
factor and Hydraulic record.

UP or DOWN button + SET button


You can change the value indicated on the display in both
manual- or automatic mode by pressing the UP- or the
DOWN-button and the ENTER-key simultaneously. This
process has no effect on the control function.

UP + DOWN button
While working with the Sonic-Ski sensor in manual mode you
can change between string line sensing and ground sensing
by pressing the UP- and DOWN- buttons simultaneously.
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UP and DOWN button +Automatic/Manual button


Pressing the three keys simultaneously restarts the
Moba-matic and all Moba-matic components (left side
and right side), if no CAN error occured.

4.2 The switch-on message

After switching on the digital controller a display test is carried


out. During this test, all segments of the liquid crystal display,
all light-emitting diodes of the LED display and the four function
LOBAT

lamps are illuminated for about two seconds. In case any part of
the display or one of the LEDs does not illuminate please inform
your customer service.

4.3 Indication of control side

or

Left Side Right Side

After the display test has been carried out, the display indicates on which side of the
machine the controller can be found.
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4.4 Sensor identification

After the switch-on message, the digital controller indicates the identification of the
sensor that was used last in an alternating display mode. The identification of the
various sensors are listed in those paragraphs dealing with their operation.
In addition to this, the two direction lamps will flash. After that, the controller
automatically changes to the working mode.

Example of the sensor identification for the Sonic-Ski:

Important: In case that the sensor has been replaced or removed, the controller will
clearly indicate this with the no-message shown below. The operator should be
informed about this fact and about the need to check all settings for the new sensor
when switching on the system. Please acknowledge this message by pressing any
button.
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4.5 Operator menu

In the controllers operator menu, you will find all parameters and settings that are
important for the control system in general and for the use of the various sensors.

Due to the fact that you may compose your individual system
(depending on the application and the related selection of sensors),
the operator menu appears in different ways.
In order to avoid unnecessary confusion, menu points which are
irrelevant for the sensor combination actually used, will not be
indicated when calling the operator menu. Due to this, sometimes the
operator menu consist of only 2 menu points; another time it
comprises 7 or 8, depending on the application.

In the following, all menu points are described in their order of appearance in a fully
equipped and appropriately configurated system.

In detail these are:


Sensor selection;
3D setpoint assignment;
Sensitivity setting;
Indication of the cross slope;
Control window setting;
Position factor;
Hydraulic record;
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The operator menu can be called from the working menu only.

The first parameter is called up by pressing the A/M-


button and the SET-button simultaneously.
By choosing this button combination or by pressing
the SET-button the operator switches from one
parameter to the next.

By pressing the UP-button or the DOWN-button


parameter values are set or function modes are
switched.

The operator menu can be left at any time by pressing


the A/M-button.
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4.5.1 Sensor selection

If several sensors are attached at the machine and thus at the CAN-bus at the same
time, the sensor required for the respective work can be selected in the operator
menu under the menu point >Sensor selection<. The controlling is then operated
with the selected sensor.

Procedure: Sensor selection

Press the A/M-button ... until the display By pressing the UP- or By pressing the A/M-
and the SET-button alternates between the the DOWN-button, button you can switch
several times sign for sensor another sensor will be back to working mode.
simultaneously... selection S-S and the called (here: Big Ski). If no button is pressed
identification of the for about 5 sec the
active sensor (here: controller switches
rtY for rotary sensor). back automatically.
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4.5.2 3D setpoint assignment

If the controller receives external 3D setpoint commands (e.g. because it is


integrated into a 3D control system with GPS or a total station), we can choose here
whether these shall be used for control purposes or if the controlling is done the
conventional way by manual entries of the operator via keyboard.

A = automatic mode = 3D control;


Hd = manual mode = adjustment via keyboard entries;

Procedure: 3D setpoint assignment

Simultaneously press ... until the display Press the UP- or By pressing the A/M-
the A/M-button and alternates between the DOWN-button for a button you can switch
SET-button several sign for 3D setpoint change-over to the back to working mode.
times... assignment SP and other control variant If no button is pressed
the current control (here: Hd for manual for about 5 sec the
mode (here: A for 3D entries). controller switches
control). back automatically.
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4.5.3 Sensitivity setting

If the MOBA-matic is operated with different sensor types (grade and slope sensors)
the controllers sensitivity should be individually adjusted.
The range of adjustment of this menu point is always from 1 (low sensitivity) to 10
(high sensitivity). These figures accrue from an expedient combination of the control
parameters Deadband and Propband, which has been determined by an
extensive test series.
On the next pages, you will find a comparison of the respective values as well as an
explanation of what they stand for.
The sensitivity has to be adjusted separately for grade and slope sensors. If a
sensor has to be replaced at a later point of time, this value will be automatically
loaded.

If the MOBA-matic works too unstable in the automatic mode, the sensitivity has to
be reduced at the respective digital controller. If the MOBA-matic works too
sluggishly in the automatic mode, the sensitivity has to be increased.

Procedure: Sensitivity setting

Simultaneously press ... until the display By pressing the A/M-


The value can be
the A/M-button and the alternates between the button you can switch
increased and reduced
SET-button several sign SE for sensitivity back to working mode.
respectively by
times. ... setting and the value If no button is pressed
pressing the UP- or
that was adjusted last for about 5 sec the
DOWN-button (here:
(standard setting: 6). controller switches
setting to the value
back automatically.
7).
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Your MOBA-supplier is able to change the standard setting of the


controller in a way that the control parameters Deadband and Propband
appear instead of the Sensitivity setting at this point of the operator menu.
These can then be individually adjusted by a specialist.
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Sensitivity tables for proportional and servo valves:

Sensitivity Deadband Propband Sensitivity Deadband Propband


SE db (mm) Pb (mm) SE db (mm) Pb (mm)
1.0 4.0 90.0 1.0 3.0 80.0
2.0 3.6 80.3 2.0 2.7 71.4
3.0 3.2 70.7 3.0 2.3 62.9
4.0 2.8 61.0 4.0 2.0 54.3
5.0 2.4 51.3 5.0 1.7 45.8
6.0 2.1 41.7 6.0 1.3 37.2
7.0 1.7 32.0 7.0 1.0 28.7
8.0 1.3 22.3 8.0 0.7 20.1
9.0 0.9 12.7 9.0 0.3 11.6
10.0 0.5 3.0 10.0 0.0 3.0

for Sonic-Ski sensor, Big-Ski and LS 3000 for Wire rope sensor and Rotary sensor

Sensitivity Deadband Propband


SE db (%) Pb (%)
1.0 0.25 4.00
2.0 0.22 3.61
3.0 0.19 3.22
4.0 0.17 2.83
5.0 0.14 2.44
6.0 0.11 2.06
7.0 0.08 1.67
8.0 0.06 1.28
9.0 0.03 0.89
10.0 0.00 0.50

for Digi-Slope sensor


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Sensitivity tables for ON/OFF valves:

Sensitivity Deadband Propband Sensitivity Deadband Propband


SE db (mm) Pb (mm) SE db (mm) Pb (mm)
1 5.0 18.0 1 4.0 18.0
2 4.0 16.0 2 3.4 16.0
3 3.6 14.0 3 3.0 14.0
4 3.4 12.0 4 2.4 12.0
5 3.0 10.0 5 2.0 10.0
6 2.4 8.0 6 1.4 8.0
7 2.0 6.0 7 1.0 6.0
8 1.6 5.0 8 0.8 5.0
9 1.2 4.0 9 0.6 4.0
10 1.0 3.0 10 0.4 3.0

for Sonic-Ski sensor, Big-Ski and LS 3000 for Wire rope sensor and Rotary sensor

Sensitivity Deadband Propband


SE db (mm) Pb (%)
1 0.40 1.60
2 0.30 1.40
3 0.20 1.20
4 0.14 1.00
5 0.10 0.80
6 0.06 0.60
7 0.04 0.50
8 0.02 0.40
9 0.02 0.30
10 0.00 0.20

for Digi-Slope sensor


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4.5.4 Indication of the cross slope

If a slope sensor is connected with the CAN-bus, but a grade sensor has been
selected as active sensor for this controller (also see 4.5.1 Sensor Selection), the
first thing the operator menu indicates will be the currently measured cross slope of
the tool.

Procedure: Indication of the cross slope

Simultaneously press the For a short moment (approx. 1 sec), By pressing the A/M-button
A/M-button and the SET- the display shows the sign for cross- you can switch back to working
button. slope SLo and after that the mode. If no button is pressed
currently measured value of the for about 5 sec the controller
cross-slope sensor, which will be switches back automatically.
indicated flashing for about 4
seconds.
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4.5.5 Control window setting

This menu point only appears if a grade sensor has been chosen as active sensor in
the menu point Sensor selection, because it only effects this sensor type.
If a control deviation appears that is greater than the set range this control deviation
will be recognized as a fault.
The display will show the symbol for the control window, both direction arrows of the
LC display and the complete LED arrow will flash and the drive of the hydraulic
cylinders will be switched off.
The input is done in 0.1 cm, 0.1 inch or 0.01 feet steps, depending on which
physical unit for the distance measurements has been set.

Procedure: Control window setting

Simultaneously press
... until the display The size of the control By pressing the A/M-
the A/M-button and the
alternates between the window can be button you can switch
SET-button several
symbol for the control changed by pressing back to working mode.
times ...
window and the the UP- or DOWN- If no button is pressed
value entered last button (here: setting to for about 5 sec the
(standard OFF the value 8.0 [ controller switches
which means 4.0cm]). back automatically.
deactivated).
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4.5.6 Position factor

This menu point will only appear if a grade sensor has been chosen as active
sensor under the menu point Sensor selection, since it only effects this sensor
type, and if it has been activated by your MOBA-supplier during the presetting of the
controller.

Change in height of sensor x position factor = change in height of tool

How to determine the position factor:


Before we can enter a position factor, it has to be determined. In order to be able to
do so, here are the basic physical facts:

Tool Hydraulic cylinder


In most applications for which the
1
MOBA-matic has been designed, the
Pivot 2 3
height adjustment of the tool to be
controlled is done around a fixed
pivot.
Positions 1, 2 and 3 in the drawing
Ground
are fixing positions for grade
sensors; position 1 also is the tool
Hydraulic cylinder
center point.
Tool
The adjustment device (in this case
Pivot 1
a hydraulic cylinder) can be
2 3
positioned anywhere and has no
influence on the position factor.

Ground

If the height sensor is fixed at


position 1 - which means directly above the tool center point - the change in the
tools height will be exactly the same as the sensors. In this special case, the
position factor is exactly 1.00.
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However, the situation is completely different for fixing positions 2 and 3.

2 1 3
Change in height of sensor ...

... and the therefore ...

... resulting change in height of tool

Lets have a look at position 2 first:


Here, the same change in the height of the tool as in the previous example only
leads to a minimum change in the sensors height, since the sensor is mounted a lot
closer to the pivot.
Consequently if the sensor is fixed between the pivot and the tool center point
the position factor always has to be bigger than 1.00 in order to level out this
circumstance.

However, at position 3, the change in the sensors height is considerably bigger than
the tools. Consequently, the position factor has to be smaller than 1.00, since the
sensor is located farther away from the pivot than the tool.

We can determine the position factor with the help of the following formula:

Distance of fixed pivot <--> tool


= Position factor
Distance of fixed pivot <--> sensor
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Procedure: Position factor setting

By pressing the A/M-


button you can switch
Simultaneously press ... until the display You can change the
back to working mode.
the A/M-button and the alternates between the position factor by
If no button is pressed
SET-button several sign for the position pressing the UP- or
for about 5 sec the
times ... factor PoS and the DOWN-button.
controller switches
preset value 1.00.
back automatically.
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4.5.7 Hydraulic record

If the MOBA-matic system is to be used with varying machines, it is possible for the
MOBA-dealer to store different hydraulic parameter settings for up to x different
machine types (the maximum number of hydraulic types can be limited by your
MOBA-supplier during the controllers initial presetting).
Use menu point Hydraulic record to load the stored settings for the corresponding
machine.

Procedure: Hydraulic record setting

Simultaneously press ... until the display Switch between the By pressing the A/M-
the A/M-button and the alternates between the stored hydraulic record button you can switch
SET-button several sign for the hydraulic is done by pressing the back to working mode.
times ... record setting tYP UP- or the DOWN- If no button is pressed
and the hydraulic button (here: setting for about 5 sec the
record selected last hydraulic type 2). controller switches
(default 1). back automatically.
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4.5.8 Graphic representation of the operator menu
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5. Different user settings

Your MOBA-dealer can set the controllers operation, selecting from three
possibilities. The differences are the following:
STANDARD
Setpoint setting Indicated value
The setpoint can be
changed with the
UP/DOWN-buttons. In
automatic mode the setpoint By pressing the SET-button
changes continuously in 1mm together with the UP- or DOWN-
steps. ATTENTION! The tool is button the indicated value can be
accordingly driven. The changed altered without affecting the
setpoint is indicated at the position of the tool.
display.

SEMI-AUTOMATIC (Changing the setpoint without active control outputs)


Setpoint setting Indicated value To switch between manual,
semi-automatic and automatic
The setpoint can be mode continuously press the
A/M-button.
changed with the
UP/DOWN-buttons. In m anua l
L ED of f
Co ntr o l o ut p uts i n ac t i v e
automatic mode and semi- By pressing the SET-button No s e t po i nt c h a ng i n g

automatic mode the setpoint together with the UP- or DOWN- s em i- a ut om at ic


changes continuously in 1mm button the indicated value can be L ED f l as h i ng
Co ntr o l o ut p uts i n ac t i v e
steps. ATTENTION! In automatic altered without affecting the S et po i nt c ha n gi n g p os s i bl e

mode the tool is accordingly driven. position of the tool. au t om atic


The changed setpoint is L ED o n
Co ntr o l o ut p uts ac t i ve
indicated at the S et po i nt c ha n gi n g p os s i bl e

display.

AUTO ZERO
Setpoint setting
The setpoint can be
changed with the
UP/DOWN-buttons. In
automatic mode the setpoint
changes in 2mm steps with every
push of the button.
ATTENTION! In automatic mode,
the tool is accordingly driven. After
5 seconds, the value in the display
is stored as zero point.
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The following operating instructions for the various sensors are based on the
controllers standard presetting (see previous page).
Specific differences in the user settings (such as the semi-automatic mode or
different step sizes for the setpoint adjustment) have no influence on the general
operating procedures.
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6. The Digi-Slope sensor

6.1 Description

The Digi-Slope sensor works with a high-precision, electro-mechanical measuring


instrument and is used to detect the tools slope.

Sensor identification:
After the switch-on or if a sensor has been changed, the display alternates between
the sign for the Digi-Slope sensor and the side identification (right = right or left =
left).

6.2 Mounting

The Digi-Slope sensor has to be mounted at a part of the machine that carries out
all slope changes in the same way as the tool does.
With milling machines, the lower area of the machine should be preferred (e.g. on
the milling drum housing); in case of a paver, we recommend the cross linkage
between the tow arms.
For mounting purposes, four fixing holes are provided in the sensors fixing plate
(for drawing, see section 15 Technical data).
The connectors have to be freely accessible, so that the connecting cable can be
easily plugged in. Please observe the direction of mounting (FWD/arrow in moving
direction).
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6.3 Operation of the Digi-Slope sensor

It is assumed that the Digi-Slope sensor and the digital controller are mounted, the
cables are connected and the digital controller has its voltage supply. After the
switch-on message, the digital controller indicates the sensor identification. As soon
as the message of the connected sensor disappears, the system will be operable. If
the sensor is being used for the first time or has been changed, the sensor
identification has to be acknowledged by pressing any button. Select a sensor as
described in the previous chapter, if necessary.

Procedure: Acknowledgement of the sensor identification

1a 2

If the sensor is
The digital controller The digital controller connected for the first
indicates the sensor indicates the sensor time or has been
identification (here: identification (here: replaced, the sensor
right). left). identification has to be
acknowledged by
pressing any button.
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6.3.1 Setting up the measured value

For the first time setting up the measured value has to be done during the
initiation of the slope sensor. With this procedure, the indicated value of
both digital controllers will be adjusted to the actual cross-slope of the tool
to be controlled.

The following example describes how to set the numerical value of an adjusted
slope setpoint to the measured value of the working result while working in
automatic mode.

Procedure: Setting up the measured value while working in automatic mode

1 2 3 4

2.30

The system is in Measure the working Press the SET-button


automatic mode result with a high and keep it pressed. Keep the SET-button
(function lamp AUTO precise level. The display indicates pressed and adjust the
is on). In this example Lets assume that the "SEt" and then indicated value to the
the controlling works actual measured value changes back to the measured value deter-
with a setpoint of is only 2.30%. numerical value of the mined at step 2 (here:
2.45%. setpoint. 2.30%) with the
UP/DOWN-buttons.

If necessary repeat step 2 to 4 until the adjusted setpoint and the produced cross slope are
identical.

For best working results the measured value has to be checked and if
necessary re-adjusted in periodical intervals.
In general, the procedure for setting up the measured value has to be
repeated if the Digi-Slope sensor had to be exchanged, the mounting
position had to be changed or any mechanical changes are made at
the tool or its fastening (e.g. mechanical adjustment of the screeds
angle of attack at the paver).
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6.3.2 Controlling with the Digi-Slope sensor

It is assumed that the Digi-Slope sensor is mounted, the cables are connected and
the setting of the measured value is done.

Procedure: Controlling with the Digi-Slope sensor

1 2 3
Attention:
It is absolutely
essential to carry
Bring the tool into out step no. 3. If
Switch to manual
working position with
mode with the A/M- disregarded, this will
the UP/DOWN-buttons
button. The function Now the SET-button has move the tool into an
at the controller or with
lamp "AUTO" is off. to be pressed to set the
the operating unit at undefined position
the machine. tools angle of slope as
setpoint. The display when switching to
(here: 5.35%,
indicates "SEt". automatic mode.
slope to the
right)

4 5 6 7

Switch to automatic
mode by pressing the The controller now The setpoint can be
The display indicates indicates 5.35% as changed step by step
A/M-button. The
the measured value setpoint. The controller using the UP/DOWN-
function lamp "AUTO"
again. now controls to this buttons. The controller
is on.
value. A control will then control to this
deviation will be new value.
indicated with the (here: 6.00%,
RAISE/LOWER-arrows. right slope)

You can switch back to Sensitivity setting


the measured value any If the control in automatic mode is too sluggish or too unstable
time in order to check the
tools slope by pressing the sensitivity setting should be changed accordingly. The
the A/M-button. However, procedure is described in section 4.5.3 in this manual.
the automatic drive of the
valves will then be
switched off.
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7. The Sonic-Ski sensor

7.1 Description

The Sonic-Ski sensor is used for distance measuring and works contactless with five
ultrasonic sensors. A sixth sensor is used for temperature compensation.

Sensor identification:
After the switch-on or if a sensor has been changed, the display alternates between
the symbol for the Sonic-Ski and the sign for sensor.

7.2 Mounting instructions and working range

The Sonic-Ski can be mounted easily and quickly using simple tools. For this
purpose, a fastening tube should be fitted at a suitable position (paver: at the tow
arm; milling machine: at the chassis).

Procedure:
1. Loosen the locking screws fixing the
fastening tube
fastening tube.
2. Insert the centering pivot on the top side of
locking screws
the sensor housing vertically into the fastening
tube.
centering pivot
3. Turn the sensor housing according to the
required moving direction.
4. Fix the centering pivot with the locking
screws.
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Moving direction:

The Sonic-Skis moving direction is


determined as follows:
When ground sensing, the Sonic-Ski
should work in longitudinal direction
(averaging is done by the Sonic-Ski).
Averaging of
Single sensing the Sonic-Ski

Direction

Ground sensing String line sensing


resulting road surface resulting road surface

When string line sensing, the Sonic-Ski


should operate in transverse direction, so
that the full working width of 25 cm is
available.

The working range:

The working range for ground and string


line sensing is between 30 cm and 40
cm.
In this range, the measured value is
indicated with a constant display,
otherwise the display flashes (positioning
approx. 35cm
aid).
The Sonic-Ski should be adjusted at a
distance of approx. 35 cm from the
Ground String line
reference. The string line's diameter has
to be at least 3 mm to be clearly
identified as a reference.
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7.3 Working with the Sonic-Ski sensor

It is assumed that the Sonic-Ski and the digital controller are mounted, the cables
are connected and the digital controller has its voltage supply. After the switch-on
message, the digital controller indicates the sensor type. As soon as this message
disappears automatically, the system is ready for work. If the sensor is used for the
first time or has been changed, the sensor identification has to be acknowledged by
pressing any button. If necessary, select this sensor as described in section 4.

Procedure: Acknowledgement of the sensor identification

If the sensor is connected


for the first time or has
The digital controller been changed, the sensor
indicates the sensor identification has to be
identification of the acknowledged by pressing
Sonic-Ski. any button.

At this point we would like to remind you once again of the working
directions for ground and string line sensing and the optimal work range of
the Sonic-Ski. Both specifications have to be strictly observed in order to
obtain optimal results.

Ground sensing String line sensing


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7.3.1 String line sensing

Procedure: String line sensing

1 2 3 4

approx. 35cm

For zero setting, bring


Switch to manual The string line mode is the tool into working String line
mode using the A/M- activated by position using the
button. The function simultaneously pressing UP/DOWN-buttons at
lamp "AUTO" is off. the UP/DOWN-buttons. Position the Sonic-Ski
the controller or the
The string line lamp is 35 cm above the
operating unit at the
on. string line (measured
machine.
ATTENTION! This function is not
value indication has to
available if a Big-Ski is connected. be constantly on).

5 6a 6b 7
The Sonic-Ski has to > 1.5 sec
be positioned in the
middle above the Switch to automatic
string line (both mode with the A/M-
direction arrows off). button. The function
Lamps off = string line Now press the SET- If the SET-button is lamp "AUTO" is on.
in the middle / lamp on button. If pressed for a pressed for more than
= string line in half short time, the display 1.5 seconds, the
middle / lamp flashes indicates "SEt" and the display changes from
= string line outside. actually measured "SEt" to "0.0" and the The controller keeps
Readjust the Sonic- value is stored as measured value and the tool at the
Ski, if the string line is setpoint. the setpoint are both adjusted value.
out of range. set to zero.

8 9

You can switch back to


In order to be able to manual mode any time Adjustment and indication of the setpoint
make corrections, the with the A/M-button. differ according to the selected operation
setpoint can be The automatic control mode.
changed in the of the valves will then
automatic mode using be switched off.
the UP/DOWN-buttons.
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7.3.2 Ground sensing

Procedure: Ground sensing

1 2 3 4

approx. 35cm

The ground mode is For zero setting, bring


Switch to manual
activated by the tool into working Ground
mode using the A/M-
simultaneously pressing position using the
button. The function
the UP/DOWN-buttons. UP/DOWN-buttons at
lamp "AUTO" is off. Position the Sonic-Ski
The string line lamp is the controller or the
operating unit at the 35 cm above the
off.
machine. ground (measured
value indication has to
be constantly on).

5 6a 6b 7
> 1.5 sec

The two direction Switch to automatic


arrows do not have mode with the A/M-
any meaning for button. The function
ground sensing. Now, the SET-button is If the SET-button is lamp "AUTO" is on.
pressed. If pressed for pressed for more than
a short time, the display 1.5 seconds, the
indicates "SEt" and the display changes from
actually measured "SEt" to "0.0" and the The controller keeps
value is stored as measured value and the tool at the
setpoint. the setpoint are both adjusted value.
set to zero.

8 9

You can switch back to


In order to be able to manual mode any time Adjustment and indication of the setpoint
make corrections, the with the A/M-button. differ according to the selected operation
setpoint can be The valves automatic mode.
changed in the control will then be
automatic mode using switched off.
the UP/DOWN-buttons.
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Sensitivity
If the control works too sluggishly or is too unstable in the automatic mode, the
sensitivity setting should be changed accordingly (see section 4.5.3 in this manual).

Control window
The control window is active in both operating modes (string line and ground
sensing). The setting of the control window is described in section 4.5.5 in this
manual.
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8. The Rotary sensor

8.1 Description

The rotary sensor is used for distance measurement and senses its measured
values from an existing reference using mechanical aids. This may be a tense,
calibrated string line as well as a surface (e.g. road surface).

Sensor identification:
After the switch-on or if a sensor has been changed, the display alternates between
the sign for Rotary and the sign for sensor.

8.2 Mounting instructions and possible applications

Two aids are available for sensing the different references. The sensing tube is
used when sensing a string line; the sensing ski when sensing a surface.

Fitting the sensing tube to the sensing arm


1. Loosen the nut at the end of the sensing tube.
2. Slide the sensing tube into the fastening ring of the sensing
arm.
3. Secure the sensing tube with the nut.
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Fitting the sensing ski to the sensing arm
1. Loosen the security pin from the sensing ski bolt; remove bolt.
2. Insert the sensing arm with the fastening ring into the ski
fastening.
3. Insert the bolt through the ski fastening and the fastening ring.
4. Secure the bolt with the security pin.

Fitting the sensing arm to the Rotary Sensor


1. Turn the flat side of the axle towards the side which is
opposite to the plug.
2. Loosen the sensing arms locking screw.
3. Fit the sensing arm onto the axle.
4. Tighten the locking screw to the flat part of the axle.

The Rotary Sensor can be mounted quickly and easily with simple tools. For this
purpose, a fastening tube should be fitted at a suitable position (paver: tow arm at
the height of the material auger; milling machine: at the chassis above the milling
drum).

Procedure:
1. Loosen the locking screws at the fastening
fastening tube
tube.
2. Insert the centering pivot at the top side of
locking screws
the sensor housing vertically into the fastening
tube.
3. Turn the sensor housing according to the centering pivot

moving direction (connector plug in moving


direction).
4. Fix the sensors centering pivot with the
locking screws.
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String line sensing (with sensing tube):
Set the counterweight in a way that the sensing tube exerts a slight pressure on the
string line in downward direction. If the string line used as a reference does not
have enough tension, the sensing tube can be set up below the string line. For this
purpose, the counterweight has to be adjusted in a way that the sensing tube exerts
a slight pressure onto the string line in upward direction.
Ground sensing (with sensing ski):
Set the counterweight in a way that the sensing ski exerts a slight pressure onto the
reference.

String line

Reference surface
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8.3 Working with the Rotary sensor

It is assumed that the Rotary sensor and the digital sensor are mounted, all cables
are connected and that the digital controller has its voltage supply. After the switch-
on message, the digital controller indicates the sensor type. As soon as the
identification disappears, the system is operable. If the sensor is being used for the
first time or has been changed, the sensor identification has to be acknowledged by
pressing any button. If necessary, select a sensor as described in section 4.

Procedure: Acknowledgement of the sensor identification

If the sensor is connected


ATTENTION!
for the first time or has
The digital controller Please pay attention to
been changed, the sensor the pressure the
indicates the sensor identification has to be sensing tube exerts
identification. onto the string line or
acknowledged by pressing the sensing ski exerts
any button. onto the ground.
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8.3.1 String line sensing

Procedure: String line sensing

1 2 3 4a

String line

Press the A/M-button For zero setting, bring


to switch to manual the tool into working Now press the SET-
mode. The function position using the button. If pressed for a
The sensing tube has
lamp "AUTO" is off. UP/DOWN-buttons at short time, the display
to exert a slight
the controller or the indicates "SEt" and the
pressure onto the
operating unit at the actually measured
string line. The
machine. value is stored as
pressure can be
adjusted with the setpoint.
counterweight.

4b 5 6 7

> 1.5 sec

Switch to automatic
mode with the A/M-
button. The function In order to be able to You can switch back to
If the SET-button is lamp "AUTO" is on. make corrections, the manual mode anytime
pressed for more than setpoint can be with the A/M-button.
1.5 seconds, the changed in the The automatic control
display changes from automatic mode using of the valves will then
"SEt" to "0.0" and the the UP/DOWN- be switched off.
measured value and The controller keeps
buttons.
the setpoint are both the tool at the adjusted
ATTENTION! Each
set to zero. value.
adjustment changes
the weight force of the
sensing tube!

Adjustment and indication of the setpoint


differ according to the selected operation
mode.
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8.3.2 Ground sensing

Procedure: Ground sensing

1 2 3 4a

Press the A/M-button For zero setting, bring Ground

to switch to manual the tool into working Now press the SET-
The sensing ski has to
mode. The function position using the button. If pressed for a
exert a slight pressure
lamp "AUTO" is off. UP/DOWN-buttons at short time, the display
onto the ground. The
the controller or the indicates "SEt" and the
pressure can be
operating unit at the actually measured
adjusted with the
machine. value is stored as
counterweight.
setpoint.

4b 5 6 7

> 1.5 sec

Switch to automatic
mode with the A/M-
button. The function In order to be able to You can switch back to
If the SET-button is lamp "AUTO" is on. make corrections, the manual mode any time
pressed for more than setpoint can be with the A/M-button.
1.5 seconds, the changed in the The valves automatic
display changes from automatic mode using control will then be
"SEt" to "0.0" and the the UP/DOWN- switched off.
measured value and The controller keeps
buttons.
the setpoint are both the tool at the adjusted
ATTENTION! Each
set to zero. value.
adjustment changes
the sensing skis
reaction force!

Adjustment and indication of the setpoint


differ according to the selected operation
mode.
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Sensitivity
If the control system works too sluggishly or is too unstable in the automatic mode,
the sensitivity should be changed accordingly (see section 4.5.3 in this manual).

Control window
When operating the digital controller with the Rotary Sensor, the control window is
active. The setting of the control window is described in section 4.5.5 in this manual.
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9. The Wire Rope sensor (YOYO)

9.1 Description

The Wire Rope sensor is mainly used in connection with the milling machine. It is
used for distance measurement and has a measuring range of 50cm.

Sensor identification:
After the switch-on or if a sensor has been changed, the display alternates between
the sign for wire rope and the sign for sensor.

9.2 Mounting

There are mounting holes at the outside of the machine, above the milling drum (for
a drawing of the sensor housing, see section 15 Technical data). There, the sensor
is installed with the rope outlet downwards (so that no humidity can seep in). The
rope can be pulled out approx. 50 cm and is hung or fixed at the designated place at
the side shield of the milling machine.

When working with the milling machine with a completely lowered side
shield, the rope of the wire rope sensor should always be pulled out up to
approx. 3 cm, in order to make use of the maximum measuring range of
the sensor.
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For other applications, the rope should be fixed in a way that a maximum working
range is available for the intended application.

The rope inlet and outlet respectively always has to be done vertically to the sensor.

Right: Wrong:
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9.3 Working with the Wire Rope sensor

It is assumed that the Wire Rope sensor and the digital controller are mounted, the
cables are connected and the digital controller has its voltage supply. After the
switch-on message, the digital controller indicates the sensor identification. As soon
as the message disappears, the system will be operable. If the sensor is being used
for the first time or has been changed, the sensor identification has to be
acknowledged by pressing any button. If necessary, select this sensor as described
in section 4.

Procedure: Acknowledgement of the sensor identification

If the sensor is connected


for the first time or has
The digital controller
been changed, the sensor
indicates the sensor
identification has to be
identification.
acknowledged by pressing
any button.
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9.3.1 Controlling with the Wire Rope sensor

Procedure: Controlling with the Wire Rope sensor

1 2 3 4a

Press the A/M-button For zero setting, bring Check the fixing of the
to switch to manual the tool into working rope: Is the working Now press the SET-
mode. The function position using the range wide enough for button. If pressed for a
lamp "AUTO" is off. UP/DOWN-buttons at the intended short time, the display
the controller or the application? indicates "SEt" and the
operating unit at the actually measured
machine. value is stored as
setpoint.

4b 5 6 7

> 1.5 sec

Switch to automatic
mode with the A/M-
button. The function In order to be able to You can switch back to
If the SET-button is lamp "AUTO" is on. make corrections, the manual mode any time
pressed for more than setpoint can be with the A/M-button.
1.5 seconds, the changed in the The automatic control
display changes from automatic mode using of the valves will then
"SEt" to "0.0" and the the UP/DOWN- be switched off.
measured value and The controller keeps
buttons.
the setpoint are both the tool at the adjusted
set to zero. value.

Adjustment and indication of the setpoint


differ according to the selected operation
mode.
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Sensitivity
If the control works too sluggishly or is too unstable in the automatic mode, the
sensitivity should be changed accordingly (see section 4.5.3 in this manual).

Control window
When operating the digital controller with a wire rope sensor, the control window is
active. The control window setting is described in section 4.5.5 in this manual.
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10. The Laser Receiver LS 3000

10.1 Description

The laser receiver is a sensor used for distance measurement, which is suitable for
all standard rotation lasers such as red light transmitters (helium, neon) and infrared
transmitters. Among other applications, it is used for the construction of sports fields
and has a range of reception of approx. 29 cm.

Sensor identification:
After the switch-on or if a sensor has been changed, the controller display alternates
between the sign for the Laser Receiver LS 3000 and the sign for sensor.

10.2 Mounting instructions

In order to mount the laser receiver, an extension mast should be available on the
machine.
The best place of installation at the milling machine is the outside of the machine,
above the milling drum axle. For a paver, it would be the outer edge of the screed,
at the height of the material auger.
The diameter of the laser receivers fastening tube may vary from 30mm to 46mm.
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Make sure that the laser receiver is mounted high enough so that no obstacles can
come between the laser transmitter and the laser receiver. Also reflections of the
transmitter due to smooth surfaces near the receiver should be avoided.

The LS 3000 is a linear laser receiver. The working point can be taken over or
changed easily with a simple push button action. Nevertheless the LS 3000 should
be mounted in the center. So there is the possibility to change the working point
over the hole range.

It is very easy to mount the LS 3000: (product similar to illustration)


1. Open the clamp.
2. Shove the LS 3000 over the mast tube.
3. Lock the clamp.

1 2 3
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10.3 The LED-display of the Laser Receiver LS 3000

The proportional Laser Receiver LS 3000 is freely


moveable on its mast.
To simplify the LS 3000s setup it is equipped with an
integrated positioning aid (1).
It is an LED-display that shows how the laser receiver and
the mast respectively have to be moved to let the laser
beam centrically hit the receiving area (also see next
page).

Only if the laser beam centrically hits the receiver the full working range of approx.
14 cm is available.

One of the systems great advantages is the possibility to adopt the working point at
any place at the laser receiver, when the laser beam hits it.
Depending on the planned application this can be expedient.
An asymmetrical working point enlarges the directions available adjustment range
(raise and lower respectively) while the other one, however, is reduced by the same
extent.
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The positioning aid only functions if the controller, that the receiver is
connected to, is in manual operation.

No laser beam hits the


receiver;

The laser beam hits the Move the laser receiver and the
receiver above the center; mast respectively upwards;

The laser beam hits the Slightly move the laser receiver
receiver max. 2 cm above the and the mast respectively
center; upwards;

The laser beam hits the


receiver at the center;

The laser beam hits the Slightly move the laser receiver
receiver max. 2 cm below the and the mast respectively
center; downwards;

The laser beam hits the Move the laser receiver and the
receiver below the center; mast respectively downwards;

Legend: = LED off; = LED flashes; = LED on;


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In the operating type Automatic the LS 3000s LEDs visualize the state of
the respective actuated valve output to the operator.
They now are working analog to the digital controllers LED-display.

Controller output RAISE


Great control deviation
constantly on

Controller output RAISE clocks


Medium control deviation
with great pulse width

Controller output RAISE clocks


Small control deviation
with small pulse width

No control deviation Controller outputs inactive

Controller output LOWER clocks


Small control deviation
with small pulse width

Controller output LOWER clocks


Medium control deviation
with great pulse width

Controller output LOWER


Great control deviation
constantly on

Legend: = LED off; = LED flashes; = LED on;


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10.4 Working with the Laser Receiver LS 3000

It is assumed that the laser receiver and the digital controller are mounted, that all
cables are connected, that the controller has its voltage supply and that a laser
transmitter has been put into operation. After the switch-on message, the digital
controller indicates the sensor identification. As soon as the message disappears,
the system will be operable. If the sensor is being used for the first time or has been
changed, the sensor identification has to be acknowledged by pressing any button.
If necessary, select this sensor as described in section 4 in this manual.

Procedure: Acknowledgement of the sensor identification

If the sensor is connected


for the first time or has
been changed, the sensor
The digital controller identification has to be
indicates the sensor acknowledged by pressing
identification. any button.
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10.4.1 Controlling with the Laser Receiver LS 3000

Procedure: Controlling with the Laser Receiver LS 3000

1 2 3a 3b

Press the A/M-button For zero setting, bring


to switch to manual the tool into working
mode. The function position using the
lamp "AUTO" is off. UP/DOWN-buttons at (product similar to If the laser beam does
the controller or the illustration) not touch the receiver
operating unit at the Now set the laser window, the receiver has
machine. receiver so that the to be shift in height until
laser beam touches in one of the LEDs at the
the middle (observe LS 3000 lights up.
measuring range of
sensor).

3c 4a 4b
The laser receiver ...
> 1.5 sec

... has to be moved


to a lower position.

Now press the SET- If the SET-button is


... is set up button. If pressed for a pressed for more than
correctly. short time, the display 1.5 seconds, the
indicates "SEt" and the display changes from
actually measured "SEt" to "0.0" and the
... has to be moved
value is stored as measured value and
to a higher position.
setpoint. the setpoint are both
set to zero.
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5 6 7

Switch to automatic
mode with the A/M- Adjustment and
button. The function indication of the
In order to be able to You can switch back to
lamp "AUTO" is on. setpoint differ
make corrections, the manual mode anytime
according to the
set point can be with the A/M-button. selected operation
changed in the The automatic control mode (also see
automatic mode using of the valves will then section 5 Different
The controller keeps the UP/DOWN-buttons. be switched off. user settings).
the tool at the
adjusted value.

Sensitivity
If the control works too sluggishly or is too unstable in the automatic mode, the
sensitivity should be changed accordingly (see section 4.5.3 in this manual).

Control window
The control window is active when the Laser Receiver LS 3000 is in operation. The
control window setting is described in section 4.5.5 in this manual.
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10.5 Fault indications

To exclude possible reflection errors for example caused by reflecting


surfaces or flashlights at construction sites the laser receiver only
evaluates transmitter signals in the range of 10 to 20 Hz (r/sec).

The Laser Receiver LS 3000 detects these error situations and with the help of its
LED display indicates them as follows:

No laser beam hits the receiver;

The laser receiver is not hit cyclically or by several laser pulses


at the same time;
A reason could be reflections;

The laser transmitters specified speed of minimum rotation is


fallen below;

The laser transmitters specified speed of maximum rotation is


exceeded;

Legend: = LED off; = LED flashes; = LED on;

For the error and fault indications that are shown on the digital
controllers display see section Remedial measures in case of
malfunction in this manual.
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11. The Dual-Sonic sensor

11.1 Description

The Dual-Sonic sensor is used for distance measuring, works contactless and is
temperature-compensated.

Sensor identification:
After the switch-on or if a sensor has been changed, the display alternates between
the sign for Sonic and the sign for sensor.

11.2 Mounting and setting up

The Dual-Sonic sensor can be mounted quickly and easily with the simplest of tools.
For these purposes, a bracket should be mounted at a suitable location. The bracket
has to be adjustable in height so that the Dual-Sonic sensor can be fixed above the
reference without trouble. The bracket may differ according to the machine. When
mounting the Dual-Sonic sensor please bear in mind that the sensor should be fixed
as near to vertical as possible.
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Mounting the Dual-Sonic sensor to the bracket

clamping screw

1. Loosen the clamping screw on the


bracket
bracket.
2. Insert the round centering pivot on
the top side of the sensor case vertically centering pivot
into the bracket.
3. Fix the sensors centering pivot with

C
F A

D
E
the clamping screw.

Working range of the Dual-Sonic sensor


B

C
FA

D
E

The Dual-Sonic covers a measuring


range from 20 cm to 100 cm.
Its optimal working range lies between
30 cm und 40 cm.
Therefore, the Dual-Sonic should be
fixed at a distance of approx. 35 cm approx. 35 cm
away from the reference.

Ground
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11.3 Working with the Dual-Sonic sensor

It is assumed that the Dual-Sonic sensor and the digital controller are mounted, the
cables are connected and the digital controller has its voltage supply. After the
switch-on message, the digital controller indicates the sensor type. As soon as this
message disappears automatically, the system is ready for work. If the sensor is
used for the first time or has been changed, the sensor identification has to be
acknowledged by pressing any button. If necessary, select this sensor as described
in section 4.

Procedure: Acknowledgement of the sensor identification

If the sensor is connected


for the first time or has
been changed, the sensor
The digital controller identification has to be
indicates the sensor acknowledged by pressing
identification of the any button .
Dual-Sonic.
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11.3.1 Ground sensing

Procedure: Ground sensing

1 2 3 4

C
F A

D
E
The ground mode is For zero setting, bring
Switch to manual
activated by pressing the tool into working
mode using the A/M- approx.
the UP/DOWN-buttons position using the 35 cm
button. The function
simultaneously. The UP/DOWN-buttons at
lamp "AUTO" is off.
string line lamp is off. the controller or the
operating unit at the Ground
machine. Position the Dual-
Sonic 35 cm above
the ground (measured
value indication has to
be constantly on).

5 6a 6b 7
> 1.5 sec

The two direction Switch to automatic


arrows do not have mode with the A/M-
any meaning for button. The function
ground sensing. Now, the SET-button is If the SET-button is lamp "AUTO" is on.
pressed. If pressed for pressed for more than
a short time, the display 1.5 seconds, the
indicates "SEt" and the display changes from
actually measured "SEt" to "0.0" and the The controller keeps
value is stored as measured value and the tool at the
setpoint. the setpoint are both adjusted value.
set to zero.

8 9

You can switch back to


In order to be able to manual mode any time Adjustment and indication of the setpoint
make corrections, the with the A/M-button. differ according to the selected operation
setpoint can be The automatic control mode (also see section 5 Different user
settings).
changed in the of the valves will then
automatic mode using be switched off.
the UP/DOWN-buttons.
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Sensitivity
If the control works too sluggishly or too unstable in the automatic mode, the
sensitivity setting should be changed accordingly (see section 4.5.3 in this manual).

Control window
The setting of the control window is described in section 4.5.5 in this manual.
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12. The Big-Ski

12.1 Description

For the Big-Ski, the principle of averaging as known from the Sonic-Ski Sensor
is adapted. For this purpose, generally three sensors (e.g. 3x Sonic-Ski or 2x Sonic-
Ski [front and back] + 1x Wire Rope sensor [middle]) are distributed all over the
machine length - or even projecting above it using the appropriate mechanical aids.
In some exceptional cases, averaging can also be done with only two sensors
(Sonic-Ski at the front and the back side).
Therefore even extensive unevennesses or waves in the longitudinal direction of
the ground can be leveled out.

Sensor identification:
After the switch-on or if a sensor has been changed, the controller display alternates
between a numerical indication figures 1 to 3 stand for the occupied plugs of the
Big-Ski connector box and the connected Big-Ski plugs of the machine wired with
a CAN-bus respectively- and the sign for sensor.

=
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12.2 Function mode

After all smaller inaccuracies and obstacles have been neutralized by the averaging
process of each Sonic-Ski sensor, the Big-Ski construction now also reduces waves
and smaller, oblong altitude differences in the longitudinal profile of the ground.
However, larger deviations remain excluded from the averaging if the control window
is set appropriately.

One Sonic-Ski Big-Ski

resulting road surface resulting road surface


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12.3 Mounting instructions

12.3.1 Mechanic

The mechanical system is of essential importance when using the Big-Ski system.
However, since this system is individually designed by the supplier or the customer,
we can only describe a standard mounting procedure.
Due to its extraordinary length, the sensor bracket should be solidly built and
screwed tightly to the tool bracket.
It is recommendable to subdivide the system into several components in order to
facilitate transport and mounting.
Furthermore, it has proved useful to u-bend the components at the joints (see
drawing). In doing so, the alignment of the sensors above the reference is
considerably facilitated (quite often, Sonic-Skis are positioned in front of or behind
the machine, so that a reliable sensing of the reference is secured even in curves).

View from the top

X1 X2

The optimum distance between the sensors is X1 = X2.


The middle sensor is mounted at the same place where a single sensor would be
fixed.
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12.3.2 Electric system

When working with machines with a wired CAN-bus, the connection of 3 sensors in
order to build a Big-Ski is no problem since appropriately coded connector plugs are
provided at the front, in the middle and at the back of the machine side. The
consecutive numbering, which the indication on the controller display refers to, is
always done from the front to the back (in moving direction).

At the positions 1 and 3 i.e. at the front and at the back please
only use ultrasonic sensors.

1 2 3

z.B.:
e.g.:

Connecting the Big-Ski to a global-version controller is a little more complicated.


In this case, the 3 sensors are connected to the controller by means of a special
Big-Ski junction box with appropriately coded connector plugs.
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The junction box should be mounted in a way that a simple wiring to the controller
and the sensors is possible. The connectors for the sensors should always point
downwards, so that no water can seep into the junction box. All inputs that are not
used have to be sealed with dust protection caps.

Connect the digital controller with the input of the junction box. After that, connect
the desired sensor combination to the outputs of the junction box as described
below. The front sensor (as seen from the moving direction) is connected to output
1, the middle one to output 2 and the one at the back to output 3.
This order is the basis for the numerical indication on the controller display during
sensor identification.

At the positions 1 and 3 i.e. at the front and at the back please
only use ultrasonic sensors.

1 2 3

2
e.g:
z.B.: 1 3
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12.4 Set-up

With the Big-Ski, only ground sensing is possible.


Therefore all Sonic-Skis have to work longitudinally to the
moving direction in order to obtain optimal results.

When working with the Big-Ski, the optimal working range of


the Sonic-Ski has to be considered as well.
Each of the Sonic-Ski sensors used has to be positioned in a ca. 35cm
approx.
35cm
distance of 30 cm to 40 cm to the reference.

Ground
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12.5 Working with the Big-Ski

It is assumed that the Big-Ski and the digital controller are mounted, that all cables
are connected and the digital controller has its voltage supply. After the switch-on
message, the digital controller indicates the sensor identification. As soon as the
message disappears, the system will be operable. If the Big-Ski is being used for
the first time or the sensor combination has been changed, the sensor identification
has to be acknowledged by pressing any button. If necessary, select a sensor as
described in section 4.
If the Big-Ski has been chosen as active sensor the string line lamp is on.

Procedure: Acknowledgement of the sensor identification

1a 1b 2

The digital controller The digital controller If the Big-Ski is


indicates the sensor indicates the sensor connected for the first
identification (here: identification (here: time or the sensor
averaging of Sonic-Ski averaging of 3 combination has been
at the front and at the sensors). changed, the sensor
back). identification has to be
acknowledged by
pressing any button.
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If the Big-Ski is selected as the active sensor, the operator can easily switch
between averaging of all 3 sensors and the measurement of just one single sensor.

Therefore press the UP/DOWN-buttons of the


digital controller simultaneously in manual mode.
The function lamp shown on the right goes out.

After pressing the buttons only the measuring signal of the sensor connected to the
plug in the middle of the Big-Ski is evaluated. The operation and the indications of
this sensor then correspond to the description in this manual. *

Attention!
When switching from the single sensor evaluation to averaging, the
value of the simulated ski is adapted to the value of the single sensor;
i.e. no change of the actual value takes place.
When switching the other way, however - from averaging to the single
sensor evaluation - the value of the single sensor is not adapted; i.e.
a change of the actual value may occur.

This function facilitates for example the setting-up of the Big-ski over a reference at
the beginning of a new job, if a suitable scanning surface is not yet available for all
sensors.

* Restriction: If a Sonic-Ski sensor is connected to the plug in the middle of the Big-Ski and the
system has been switched to single sensor evaluation, this Sonic-Ski sensor can not be switched to
string line mode.
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To switch back to the averaging of all 3 sensors


simultaneously press the UP/DOWN-buttons of the
digital controller in manual mode.
The function lamp shown on the right is on.

After pressing the buttons again the average value of the measuring signals of all 3
sensors connected to the Big-Ski is calculated.
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12.5.1 Controlling with the Big-Ski

Procedure: Controlling with the Big-Ski

1 2 3 4a

approx. 35cm
For zero setting, bring
Now press the SET-
the tool into working
Press the A/M-button Ground button. If pressed for
position using the
to switch to manual a short time, the
UP/DOWN-buttons at
mode. The function display indicates "SEt"
the controller or the
lamp "AUTO" is off. and the actually
operating unit at the Position all Sonic-Skis measured value is
machine. at a distance of 35 cm stored as set point.
above the ground.

4b 5 6 7

> 1.5 sec

Switch to automatic
mode with the A/M-
button. The function In order to be able to You can switch back to
If the SET-button is lamp "AUTO" is on. make corrections, the manual mode any time
pressed for more than setpoint can be with the A/M-button.
1.5 seconds, the changed in the The automatic control
display changes from automatic mode using of the valves will then
"SEt" to "0.0" and the the UP/DOWN- be switched off.
measured value and The controller keeps
buttons.
the set point are both the tool at the adjusted
set to zero. value.

Adjustment and indication of the setpoint


differ according to the selected operation
mode.
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Sensitivity
If the control works too sluggishly or too unstable in the automatic mode, the
sensitivity should be changed accordingly (see section 4.5.3).

Control window
The control window is active when the digital controller is operated with the Big-Ski.
The setting of the control window is described in section 4.5.5 in this manual.
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13. Maintenance

13.1 General information

The MOBA-matic system has been developed for maximum operating safety.
Maintenance only requires minimum effort.
All electronic parts are located in robust housings in order to avoid mechanical
damages.

However, the devices as well as all power supply and connecting cables
should be checked regularly with regard to possible damages and
impurity.

Please keep the threads of all plug-in connections and cable sleeves
free of grease, dirt, asphalt and other impurities in order to avoid bad
contacts.

13.2 How to clean the appliance

Switch off the digital controller

apply a normal washing-up detergent to a soft, lint-free piece of cloth


clean appliance surfaces and display(s) of the built-in indicator(s) without
applying any pressure
remove the detergent from the appliances with a clean piece of cloth

Do not use detergents with abrasive substances to clean the displays. The
surface will get scratches and become tarnished.
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14. Remedial measures in case of malfunction

14.1 General information

This chapter provides information on the measures you can take if an error occurs in
the system.

In most cases, trouble causes can be avoided by careful and timely maintenance.
This helps to save money and avoid inconvenience caused by unnecessary
downtime.

Safety instructions:

Appliances as well as all accompanying components should only


be opened in case of a reconfiguration and if explicitly requested in
the instruction manual!
Defects should only be eliminated by an authorized specialist!
Do not rush when eliminating errors!
Please observe the accident prevention regulations as well as all
safety instructions!
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14.2 Fault indications and remedial measures

Fault Fault diagnosis Controller Action


indication output
Connect sensor.
Outputs inhibited
Controller does not Check cable connec-
no / SEn in automatic
recognize a sensor. tions, change if necessary.
mode.
Change sensor.
Outputs inhibited Check cable connec-
Can / Err CAN fault in automatic tions, change if necessary
mode. Network to view
Outputs inhibited Cable damage
Double sensor in automatic Check the wiring
/
mode. Power - Reset

SLo / out
Measured value of the Outputs inhibited Check sensor setting or
rtY / out
active sensor out off in automatic check its direction.
LAS / out
the allowable range. mode. Change sensor.
-23 / out
Measured value of the
Outputs inhibited Check sensor setting or
active sensor out off
in automatic check its direction.
/ --3 the preset control
mode. Adjust sensor anew.
window.

Outputs inhibited Check cable connec-


rop / dEF Controller detects a
in automatic tions, change if necessary.
Slo / dEF defective sensor.
mode. Change sensor.

Acknowledge an alarm
Data loss of the Outputs inhibited
with any button.
E. 2 battery backed up in automatic
Set working position
memory. mode.
again (zero and setpoint).
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Acknowledge the alarm


indication by pressing any
button. The machine
E. 3 Data loss of the Outputs inhibited
parameters will be set to
E. 4 battery independently in automatic
their default values. If
E. 5 stored parameters. mode.
necessary set up again.
Set working position
again (zero and setpoint).
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15. Technical data

On the following pages, you will find several data sheets for the most important
components of this system.
Apart from a dimensional drawing, these data sheets also contain a description of
the interfaces as well as some basic technical data.

The digital controller is available in 2 different versions.


The global version (2 appliance plugs in the housing) can be adapted to almost any
machine with an electric tool control. The pure CAN-version (with connector cable
and only one connector plug) has been especially designed for machines which
already have a CAN-bus wiring.
The operation of the two controller types is absolutely identical.

As already mentioned in the beginning of these instructions, you can compose your
own individual system which suits the requirements of the respective application.
This means that you may not have acquired the one or other component described
on the following pages.
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Abmessungen (Dimensions): Pinbelegung (Pin connection):


Power-Schnittstelle (power
80 66 interface)
10
12pol. Gertestecker, Bajonettverbindung
(12-pin plug, bayonet type connection)
A = Eingang Extern Hand (input valve
170 Interruption)
B = CAN-
C = CAN+
D = Eingang Seitenerkennung (input
machine side recognition)
E = Eingang Grade/Slope-Umschaltung
Art.Nr.: (Artikelnummer)
(input Grade/Slope change-over)
Typ: (Bezeichnung)
Ser. Nr.: (Seriennummer/Datum) F = Ausgang Alarm (output alarm)
G = n.c.
H = n.c.
J = Ausgang Senken (output down)
K = Ausgang Heben (output up)
L = + Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
M = - Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)

Technische Daten
(Technical data):
Betriebsspannung (voltage range):
11V ... 30V (DC)

Stromaufnahme (current consumption): Sensor-Schnittstelle (sensor


ca. (approx.) 300mA ohne Ventile (without interface)
valves)
7pol. Gertedose; Bajonettverbindung
Zulssige Restwelligkeit (allowable residual (7-hole receptacle; bayonet type connection)
ripple): A =
+ Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
+/- 10% B =
CAN+
C =
- Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
Leistungsausgnge (power outputs):
D =
CAN-
ON/OFF, PNP/NPN, max. 3A
E =
Ein- und Ausgang Adresse1
PROP, PNP, max. 2,5A (digital I/O Address1)
CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN-interface): F = n.c.
ISO 11898 - 24 V G = Schirm (shield)
125 kBit/sec
AF
Arbeitstemperaturbereich (ambient temperature B G E

range): C D

-10C ... +70C

Lagertemperaturbereich (storage temperature


range):
-25C ... +85C

Schutzart (ingress protection):


Bemerkung (Remark):
IP 67
Global Version
Gewicht (weight):
ca. 2,2kg (approx. 2.2kg)
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Abmessungen (Dimensions): Pinbelegung (Pin connection):


CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN-interface)
10pol. Kabeldose, Schraubverbindung
(10pin cable connector, screwed connection)
A = - Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
B = + Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
170

C = Ausgang Heben (output up)


D = Ausgang Senken (output down)
E = Eingang Grade/Slope-Umschaltung
(input Grade/Slope change-over)
F = n.c.
G = Eingang Seitenerkennung (input
machine side recognition)
H = CAN+
I = CAN-
J = Eingang Extern Hand (input valve
interruption)

Technische Daten
(Technical data):
Betriebsspannung (voltage range): Lagertemperaturbereich (storage temperature range):
11 V ... 30 V (DC) -25C +85C
Stromaufnahme (current consumption): Schutzart (ingress protection):
ca. (approx.) 300 mA ohne Ventile (without IP 67
valves)

Zulssige Restwelligkeit (allowable residual


ripple):
+/- 10%

Leistungsausgnge (power output):


ON/OFF, PNP/NPN, max. 3A
PROP, PNP, max. 2,5A
SERVO, max. 250mA

CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN-interface):
ISO 11898 24 V
125 kBit/sec
Bemerkung (Remark):
Arbeitstemperaturbereich (ambient temperature
range): Version fr CAN-verdrahtete Maschinen
-10C +70C Version for CAN wired machines
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Switching logic of the 3 inputs of the MOBA-matic:

Input Grade/Slope change-over:

Pin to Ground = Slope sensor


Pin to +Bat. = Grade sensor
Pin open (n.c.) = Grade sensor

Input valve interruption: *

Pin to Ground = Stop of automatic


Pin to +Bat. = Stop of automatic
Pin open (n.c.) = Automatic free

Input machine side recognition:

Pin to Ground = right


Pin to +Bat. = left
Pin open (n.c.) = left

* The logic of the input valve interruption can be changed via CAN configuration
message or in the extended parameter menu of the controller.
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Abmessungen (Dimensions):
126 100

250
225 Pinbelegung (Pin connection):
CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN-interface)
ISO 11898 - 24V - 125kBit/sec
7pol. Gertestecker; Bajonettverbindung
(7pin connectors; bayonet type connection)
A = + Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
B = CAN+
C = - Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
Technische Daten D = CAN-
(Technical data): E = Adr.1
F = Adr.2
Betriebsspannung (voltage range): G = Schirm (shield)
11V ... 30V (DC)
Links (left):
Stromaufnahme (current consumption):
max. 50 mA E = n.c.
F = n.c.
Messbereich (measuring range):
+/- 10 Rechts (right):
Interne Auflsung (internal resolution): E = - Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
0,01% F = n.c.

Nullpunktstabilitt (zero point stability):


0,1%

Arbeitstemperaturbereich (ambient temperature


range):
-10C ... +70C
Lagertemperaturbereich (storage temperature range):
-25C ... +80C

Schutzart (ingress protection):


IP 67
Bemerkung (Remark):
Gewicht (weight):
ca. 1,75 kg (approx. 1.75 kg)
= neg. Neigung (neg. slope)

= pos. Neigung (pos. slope)


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Abmessungen (Dimensions):

63,5
152
140
120

280 80
306

Technische Daten Pinbelegung (Pin connection):


(Technical data):
CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN-interface)
Betriebsspannung (voltage range): ISO 11898 - 24V - 125kBit/sec
11 V ... 30 V (DC) 7pol. Gertestecker; Bajonettverbindung
(7pin connector; bayonet type connection)
Stromaufnahme (current consumption):
Max. 300 mA A = + Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
B = CAN+
Zulssige Restwelligkeit (allowable residual C = - Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
ripple): D = CAN-
+/- 10% E = Adr.1
F = Adr.2
Erfassungsbereich (measuring range)
G = Schirm (shield)
20cm - 100cm

Reproduzierbakeit (reproduceability):
+/- 1mm

Arbeitstemperaturbereich (ambient temperature


range):
-10C ... +70C

Lagertemperaturbereich (storage temperature


range):
-25C ... +80C

Schutzart (ingress protection):


IP 67
Bemerkung (Remark):
Gewicht (weight):
ca. 2,3 kg (approx. 2.3 kg)
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Abmessungen (Dimensions):

150 106,5
112 92
63,5 63,5

9
91
78
4

Technische Daten Pinbelegung (Pin connection):


(Technical data): CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN interface)
ISO 11898 - 24V; 125 kBits/sec
Betriebsspannung (voltage range):
11V ... 30V (DC) 7pol. Verbinder; Bajonettverbindung
(7pin connector; bayonet type connection)
Stromaufnahme (current consumption): A = + Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
Max. 50mA
B = CAN+
Zulssige Restwelligkeit (allowable residual C = - Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
ripple): D = CAN-
+/- 10%
E = Adr.1
Erfassungsbereich (measuring range): F = Adr.2
+/- 30 G = Schirm (shield)
Interne Auflsung (internal resolution):
0,1

Reproduzierbakeit (reproduceability):
+/- 0,1

Arbeitstemperaturbereich (ambient
temperature range):
-10C ... +70C

Lagertemperaturbereich (storage temperature


range): Bemerkung (Remark):
-25C ... +80C

Schutzart (ingress protection):


IP 67

Gewicht (weight):
ca. 1,1kg (approx. 1.1 kg)
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Abmessungen (Dimensions):

150 mm

125 mm 100 mm

62 mm
d = 8,5 mm

5 mm
100 mm

125 mm
152 mm

Technische Daten Pinbelegung (Pin connection):


(Technical data):
7pol. Gertestecker; Bajonettverbindung
(7pin plug; bayonet type connection)
Betriebsspannung (voltage range):
10 V ... 30 V (DC) A = + Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
Stromaufnahme (current consumption): B = CAN +
< 200 mA C = - Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
D = CAN -
Messbereich (measuring range):
E = Adresse1 (address1)
50 cm
F = Adresse2 (address2)
CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN-interface): G = Schirm (shield)
ISO 11898 - 24 V;
125 kBit/sec.;

Arbeitstemperaturbereich (ambient temperature


range):
-10C ... +60C

Lagertemperaturbereich (storage temperature


range):
-25C ... +75C

Schutzart (ingress protection): Bemerkung (Remark):


IP 54

Gewicht (weight):
ca. 1,75 kg (approx. 1.75 kg)
96

Abmessungen (Dimensions):

350 103

mi

46
n.

x.
30

ma

Technische Daten (Technical data):


Schnittstellen (interfaces):
Betriebsspannung (voltage range): 1x PWM-Schnittstelle (PWM-interface)
10 ... 30 V DC 1x CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN-interface)
ISO 11898 - 24 V
Stromaufnahme (current consumption): 50/125/250/500/1000 kBit/sec
ca. 260 mA @ 12 V
ca. 135 mA @ 24 V Arbeitstemperaturbereich (operating temperature
range):
Arbeitsdurchmesser (working diameter): -40 ... +70 C
600 m senderabhngig (depending on transmitter)
Lagertemperaturbereich (storage temperature range):
Empfangswinkel (receiving angle): -40 ... +70 C
360
Schutzart (ingress protection):
Empfangsbereich (receiving range): IP 67
290 mm
Gewicht (weight):
Messbereich (measuring range): ca. 1,8 kg (approx. 1.8 kg)
284 mm
Mastdurchmesser (mast diameter):
Auflsung (resolution): bis 46 mm (up to 1.8 inches)
0,1 mm

Wellenlnge (wavelength):
Sensitivitt (sensitivity) >30% @ 600 < < 1030 nm
Bemerkungen (Remarks):
Max. Sensitivitt (sensitivity) @ = 850 nm
Integrierte Positionierhilfe
(integrated positioning aid);
Sender Rotationsfrequenz (transmitter rotation
frequency):
Dynamische Anpassung der Empfindlichkeit bei
10 Hz 20 Hz (+/- 10%)
wechselnden Lichtverhltnissen;
(dynamical adjustment of sensitivity with varying
light conditions)
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Pinbelegung (Pin connection):

PWM-Schnittstelle (PWM-interface)
7pol. Gertestecker; Schraubverbindung
(7pin male connector; screwed connection)
A = + Betriebsspannung (+ supply voltage)
B = Sendesignal (send signal)
C = - Betriebsspannung (- supply voltage)
D = Empfangssignal 1 (receive signal 1)
E = Sensorselektierung (sensor select)
F = Empfangssignal 2 (receive signal 2)
G = Schirm (shield)

CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN-interface)
7pol. Gertestecker; Bajonettverbindung
(7pin male connector; bayonet type connection)
A = + Betriebsspannung (+ supply voltage)
B = CAN+
C = - Betriebsspannung (- supply voltage)
D = CAN-
E = Adr.1
F = Adr.2
G = Schirm (shield)
98

Abmessungen (Dimensions):

32

65
64

100
267

84
(1:5)
75
135

Technische Daten (Technical data): Pinbelegung (Pin connection):


Betriebsspannung (voltage range): CAN-Schnittstelle (CAN-interface)
10 V ... 30 V (DC)
ISO 11898 - 24 V
Stromaufnahme (current consumption): 125 kBit/sec
< 100 mA @ 24 V 7pol. Gertestecker; Bajonettverbindung
< 200 mA @ 12 V (7pin connector; bayonet type connection)

Messbereich (measuring range): A = + Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)


20 cm 100 cm B = CAN+
C = - Betriebsspannung (supply voltage)
Linearittsabweichung (linearity deviation): D = CAN-
0,2 % vom Endwert (full scale)
E = Adr. 1
Offset (offset): F = Adr. 2
1 mm G = Schirm (shield)

Temperaturabweichung im Bereich -25 C ... +85 C FA

(temperature deviation at the range E G B

-25 C ... +85 C) D C

max. 1 % vom Messwert (of reading)

Arbeitstemperaturbereich (operating temperature


range):
-25 C ... +85 C

Lagertemperaturbereich (storage temperature Bemerkung (Remark):


range):
-25 C ... +85 C

Schutzart (enclosure protection):


IP 67
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16. Declarations of conformity

KONFORMITTSERKLRUNG
Entsprechend ISO/EC Guide 22 und EN 45014

Name des Herstellers: MOBA Mobile Automation

Anschrift des Herstellers: MOBA Mobile Automation


Vor den Eichen 4
D-65604 Elz

Der Hersteller erklrt, dass die Produkte:

Produktname: MOBA-matic System

Modell-Nr. der im System getesteten Gerte:

Digitaler Regler 04-25-10443 und 453


Digi Slope Sensor 04-21-21010
Sonic-Ski 04-21-10020
Rotary Sensor 04-21-40110
Seilzugsensor 04-21-30020
Laserempfnger LS-250 04-60-11010

den folgenden Produktspezifikationen entspricht:

Sicherheit: DIN VDE 411, Teil 1, 0001/10.73

EMV (EMC): EN 55011 - DIN VDE 0875 T11 (1992), Grenzwertklasse B


ENV 50140 - DIN VDE 847 T3 (1993) Kriterium A
ENV 50140 - DIN VDE 847 (1993), IEC 65A/77B (Sec) 145/110 Kriterium A
EN61000-4-2 (1995), IEC 1000-4-2 (1995), VDE0847 Teil 4-2 Kriterium B
ENV50141 (1993), E IEC 1000-4-6, E DIN VDE 0843 T6:12/93
EN61000-4-4:1995, IEC 1000-4-4:1995, VDE 0847 Teil 4-4 Kriterium B

Kriterien nach EN 50082 T/2

Zustzliche Informationen:

Das Produkt entspricht den Anforderungen der EMV-Verordnung 89/336/EWG. Es wurde in


einer typischen Konfiguration getestet. Die Inbetriebnahme der Komponenten ist solange
untersagt, bis festgestellt wurde, dass die Maschine, in die dieses Produkt eingebaut werden
soll, den Bestimmungen der EG-Richtlinie entspricht.

Elz, den 04 Juli 2002 Dipl.-Ing. Markus Wendel


Qualitts-Management-Beauftragter
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101
Notes:
08/2009 Subject to technical alterations.