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Operating instructions

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Funki Feed ver. 2 and 3

0901-550-GB
Copyright © by ACO Funki
Version 7 - 2006.03.24
Printed at ACO Funki

ACO Funki A/S · Kirkevænget 5 · DK-7400 Herning · Tel +45 97 11 96 00 · Fax +45 97 11 96 77 · www.acofunki.com
Contents

Contents

Contents������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 3

1 General information������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
1.1 General safety notes������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 7
1.2 Key to symbols�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
2 Conformity declaration��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9

3 Technical specifications����������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
3.1 Article No.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
3.2 Range of capacity�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
3.3 Dimensions����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
3.4 Inputs������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
3.5 Outputs����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
3.6 Electrical connections�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
3.6.1 Supply (power supply)���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
3.6.2 Input����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
3.6.3 Output�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
3.7 Various����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
4 Handling���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
4.1 Handling in general������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 13
4.2 Packing during transport���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13 

4.3 Storage���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
5 Warnings��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
5.1 Prescribed use������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 15
5.2 Special safety notes���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
5.3 Electrical connections�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
5.4 Qualified personnel������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 16
6 Installation instructions������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
6.1 Installation of cabinet��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
6.2 Electrical connections�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
6.3 Installation of stop sensor�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 18
6.4 Adjustment of stop sensor�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
6.4.1 Adjustment of stop sensor with metal discs.�������������������������������������������������������� 19
6.4.2 Adjustment of stop sensor with plastic discs.������������������������������������������������������� 19
6.5 Electrical connection of feed release unit UDL200���������������������������������������������������������� 20
7 Operating instructions�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
7.1 Mode of operation������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
7.1.1 Filling of feed����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
7.1.2 Feed release����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
7.1.3 Separate or same system ?�������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
7.1.4 Separate systems���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
7.1.5 Same system���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
7.2 Operation�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 24
7.3 Menu overview 1��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 25
7.4 Menu overview 2��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 26
7.5 Menu overview 3��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 27
7.6 Menu overview 4��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 28
7.7 Menu overview 5��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 29
7.8 Menu overview 6��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 30
7.9 Menu overview 7 -Alarm menues:���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 31
7.10 Setting������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 32
7.10.1 Choice of language������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 33
7.10.2 Setting of clock����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 33
7.10.3 Setting of connected equipment����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 33
7.10.4 Setting of same/separate systems������������������������������������������������������������������������� 34
7.10.5 System parameters����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 35
7.11 Determination af delay times���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 36


7.11.1 Table for reading of sensor delay���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 37
7.11.2 Table for reading of emptying and afterflow times.��������������������������������������������������� 38
7.11.3 Emptying.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 38
7.11.4 Afterflow.�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 39
7.11.5 Sensor delay.�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 39
7.11.6 Max. running time�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 39
7.11.7 Shaft control.�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 40
7.11.8 Release unit.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 41
7.12 Filling�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 42
7.12.1 Separate systems������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 43
7.12.2 Same system�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 44
7.13 Feed release/Light/Water/External equipment��������������������������������������������������������������� 46
7.14 Deactivation/Stand by�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 47
7.14.1 Separate systems������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 48
7.14.2 Same system�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 48
7.15 Mode�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 48
7.16 Manual operation��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 49
7.16.1 Separate systems������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 49
7.16.2 Same system�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 49
7.16.3 Emergency operation��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 50
7.17 Alarm�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 51
7.17.1 Power failure��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 51
7.17.2 Error on drive unit�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 52
7.17.3 Release unit not closed������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 52
7.17.4 Thermo error�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 53
7.17.5 Max. running time�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 53
8 Maintenance���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 55
8.1 Current maintenance���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 55
8.2 Repair instructions������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 55
8.2.1 Replacement of bottom print������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 55
8.2.2 Replacement of keyboard����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 55
8.3 List of components������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 56
9 Disposal����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 59

10 Wiring diagrams���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 61
10.1 List of wiring diagrams������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 61



General information
1 General information

Manufacturer and product information

Manufacturer: ACO Funki A/S


Kirkevænget 5, Gjellerup
DK-7400 Herning
Denmark
Tel. +45 97 11 96 00

Type designation: Funki Feed ver. 2 and 3

Much effort has been put into this manual to ensure that its contents are correct.
However, if any errors or omissions are found, ACO Funki A/S would much appreciate being notified accor-
dingly.

ACO Funki A/S assumes no liability for errors or omissions in this manual nor for the conseqences hereof.
The contents of this manual are subject to change at any time without prior notice.

1.1 General safety notes


This product has been designed and manufactured in accordance with the latest engineering standards and
acknowledged safety regulations, making it highly reliable. The product may, however, be dangerous for opera-
tors or third parties and may cause material damage if operated by unqualified persons or for purposes other
than that described in section 7.1.

The following safety instructions must therefore be carefully read and observed.

• The product must only be used for its intended purpose, as described in section 7.1. The general in-
structions regarding safety and accident prevention must be observed at all times.

•  ualified personnel are persons who by reason of their training, experience or instruction and their knowl-
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edge of relevant standards and regulations, accident prevention instructions and operating conditions
have been authorised by the person responsible for the safety of the machine to perform appropriate eve-
ryday activities, including the identification and prevention of potentially hazardous situations (IEC 364).

• The machine must only be operated by trained personnel. Children may only operate the machine if over
16 years of age, supervised by a qualified adult and where such operation forms part of their training/
education.

• To ensure personal safety and reliable operation, only original accessories and spare parts from ACO
Funki A/S must be used.

• For safety reasons, unauthorised machine alterations are not permitted.

• Maintenance and repair (of electrical parts in particular) must only be performed by qualified and trained
personnel.

• Voltage-carrying, pressure-activated and rotating or in any other way moving machine parts may cause
serious or fatal injury if operated incorrectly or if safety instructions are not observed.

• Protection devices must never be disconnected during operation and must never be altered or weak
ened in relation to their intended effect.
• Current national and international guidelines and regulations regarding accident prevention must be
observed at all times, as must general safety requirements.

1.2 Key to symbols


If the safety instructions described in this manual are not observed, personal injury or material damage may
result. Such damage may prevent the machine from functioning correctly. Safety instructions and instructions
for trouble-free operation are accompanied by the following symbols:

Warning symbol in accordance with ISO 3864 B.3.1.


Caution: risk of personal injury or material damage.

Warning symbol in accordance with ISO 3864 B.3.6.


Caution: risk of electric shock.

Information symbol in accordance with ISO 3864 8.4.


Important instructions for preventing damage to the machine and its function. Instructions for
reliable, problem-free operation.

Sections of this manual accompanied by one of these symbols should be read with particular care!


Conformity declaration
2 Conformity declaration

ACO Funki A/S hereby declares that:

Machine: Funki Feed ver. 2 and 3

Utilization: The control unit is used for control of dry feeding systems and for start/stop of connected
external equipment that conform to the technical requirements on output relays.

Type.: 0153-420 and 0153-450

is manufactured in accordance with the EMC directive of 3 May 1989 (89/336/EØF) and following amend-
ments.

Standards: Conformity is declared according to the following standards:

• EN 50081-1 Electromagnetic compatibility -Generic emission standard. Part 1: Residential,


commercial and light industry

• EN 50082-1 Electromagnetic compatibility -Generic immunity standard. Part 1: Residential, commercial


and light industry

• EN 60950 Safety of information technology equipment, including electrical business equipment.

• EN 60335 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances.

• EN 60730 Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use.

 ACO Funki A/S

 Kirkevænget 5, DK-7400 Herning

 +45 9711 9600  +45 9711 9677

 03.08.2004  _______________________________
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Technical specifications
3 Technical specifications

3.1 Article No.

Funki Feed ver. 2 and 3 0153-420 and 0153-450

3.2 Range of capacity


Utilization: The control unit is used for control of dry feeding systems.

3.3 Dimensions
Width: 300 mm
Height: 200 mm
Depth: 80 mm
Weight: 5 kg

80
30
0
200

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3.4 Inputs
Number of stop sensors, max. 2
Number of shaft controls, max. 2
Number of checkbacks from release unit closed, max. 2
Number of inputs for thermo error 1 per system

3.5 Outputs
Number of drive units, max. 2
Number of reception units, max. 2
Number of feed release units (UDL200) 2
Number of optional outputs (incl. release units) 3

Drive units and reception units are make contacts with the same potential.
The optional outputs have potential-free make contacts.
The alarm relay has potential-free break function.
3.6 Electrical connections

3.6.1 Supply (power supply)


Phase, neutral and earth (three-core).
Nominal 230 VAC
Min. 200 VAC
Max. 264 VAC
Power input from the net nominal 15 W
Power input from the net max. 25 W

3.6.2 Input
Max. input voltage 24 VDC
Max. input current 8 mA

3.6.3 Output
Max. voltage output relay 250 VAC
Max. current output relay 4 A AC

3.7 Various
Display 2x16 karakterer
Keyboard Folie uden klik

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Handling
4 Handling

4.1 Handling in general


The product must not be exposed to shocks.

4.2 Packing during transport


The product is delivered packed and must only be unpacked at the site. Examine the control unit immediately
upon receipt for any transportation damage. If any such damage is found, immediately inform Funki. Damaged
products must not be put in operation.

4.3 Storage
The control unit has a built-in-battery to operate the clock in case of power failure. If the control unit is storaged
unused for a long period of time, the battery must be removed. When the control unit is taken into operation,
the batteri must be reinstalled so that batteri back-up is reestablished.

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Warnings
5 Warnings

5.1 Prescribed use


The control unit must only be used in connection with dry feeding systems.

If the product is used for other purposes, Funki assumes no liability and all guarantee obligations lapse.

5.2 Special safety notes

In the event of improper usage or non-compliance with safety instructions, live-voltage-carrying,


pressurized, pressure-carrying, and rotating or moving machine components may cause serious
or even fatal injuries.

Safety devices may not be rendered ineffective or modified and/or impaired in their intended
operational effect.

All currently applicable national and international regulations and directives for accident prevention
as well as all general technical safety requirements must be observed.

Installation, commissioning, service as well as repair work must only be carried out by experts
and trained personnel.

5.3 Electrical connections 15

All connected cables must conform to the current rules. Note the special requirements regarding
serving cables for agricultural construction. Funki assumes no responsibility for any damage in
connection with improperly used cables and misinstallation.

• Make sure that supply voltage and frequency match the connected equipment before connecting the sy-
stem to the net.

• Motors must be protected according to the current rules for connection of electric drive mechanisms.
Make sure that the setting of the protective motor switches match the declarations on the motor type
plates.

• Before connecting the motors, check the sequential order of phases for the rotating direction of the mo-
tors.

• The system must always be equipped with a main switch according to the current rules.

• It is strictly forbidden to change or modify the product and/or parts in connection with the product without
written acceptance from Funki. If this reservation is not observed, Funki assumes no liability whatsoever
and all guarantee obligations lapse.
5.4 Qualified personnel
Qualified personnel are persons who due to their education/training, experience, instruction received, as well
as knowledge of relevant standars and regulations, accident prevention regulations, and operating environ-
ments have been authorized by the responsible system safety officer to carry out the activities required, and
who are able to recognize and prevent potential hazards and risks (IEC 364).

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Installation instructions
6 Installation instructions

6.1 Installation of cabinet


Place the cabinet on a wall with an even foundation. It is recommended to place the cabinet in the user’s eye-
level.

UP
OP

160
260 Ø8
ø8

• Drill 4 pcs. Ø8, 50 mm depth, into the wall according to the above sketch.
• Put 4 pcs. S8 ZAK wall pins into the holes.
• Place the cabinet above the holes.
• Fasten the cabinet with 4 pcs. PH 5.5x50 tapping screws.

6.2 Electrical connections


There are 17 holes for installation of pg13.5-adapters in the bottom of the cabinet.
When the installation is concluded all unused holes must be blinded.
See chapter 10 for wiring diagrams.

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All connected cables must conform to the current rules. Note the special requirements regarding
serving cables for agricultural construction. Funki assumes no responsibility for any damage in
connection with improperly used cables and misinstallation.

Make sure that supply voltage and frequency match the connected equipment before connecting
the system to the net.

Motors must be protected according to the current rules for connection of electric drive mecha-
nisms. Make sure that the setting of the protective motor switches match the declarations on the
motor type plates.

Before connecting the motors, check the sequential order of phases for the rotating direction of
the motors

The system must always be equipped with a main switch according to the current rules.
6.3 Installation of stop sensor
A sensor is installed on each feed circuit. Always mount the sensors after the last feed dispenser. Before faste-
ning the sensors, turn the sensor holder approx. 30 degrees from upright position. See sketch
trfo/iso/0153-403_expl_iso

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6.4 Adjustment of stop sensor
When the stop sensors are installed, the sensitivity of each sensor must be adjusted according to the below-
mentioned procedure. But first, the system must be set up. See section 7.10 on page 32.

6.4.1 Adjustment of stop sensor with metal discs.


1. Turn the stop sensor quite against the PVC-pipe and fasten the union.
2. Make sure that the position of the sensor is approx. 30 degrees from upright.
3. Start-up the system with feed.
4. Stop the reception unit and empty the feed pipe.
5. Adjust the screw at the end of the sensor by means of the supplied screw driver so that the yellow light
diode is constantly alight.
6. Turn the screw until the yellow light diode is flashing concurrently with the metal discs.
7. Turn the screw another 1/4 round.
8. Make sure that the light diode is flashing concurrently with the metal discs.
9. Check the stop function at least three times with 50% filling degree.
10. If necessary, re-check the sensitivity.

6.4.2 Adjustment of stop sensor with plastic discs.


1. Turn the stop sensor quite against the PVC-pipe and fasten the union
2. Make sure that the position of the sensor is approx. 30 degrees from upright
3. Start-up the system with feed.
4. Stop the reception unit and empty the feed pipe.
5. Adjust the screw at the end of the sensor by means of the supplied screw driver so that the yellow light
diode is constantly alight.
6. Turn the screw until the yellow light diode goes out.
7. Turn the screw another 1/4 round.
8. Check the stop function at least three times with 50% filling degree.
9. If necessary, re-check the sensitivity.

The green light diode indicates that the stop sensor is connected to supply voltage. The light diode should
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always light constantly.
6.5 Electrical connection of feed release unit UDL200
Each feed release unit (UDL200) is supplied with 24 VAC/4A on terminal 1 and terminal 2. When the release unit
is closed, a message is sent to the control unit through a built-in power switch in the release unit. This ensures
that the release unit is always closed during filling of feed. The power switch is placed on terminals 4 and 5 of
the release unit and is connected to input “release closed” in the control unit. If the power swich is switched off
during a filling, an alarm will go off.

When connecting a feed release unit, optional outputs 1 or 2 on the control unit must be used.

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Operating instructions
7 Operating instructions

7.1 Mode of operation


The system can handle 2 drive units, 2 reception units, 2 feed release units and 2 stop sensors. Besides this,
shaft controls can be connected to the drive units. The control unit has 3 optional output relays in which water,
light or external equipment can be connected, as required. When connecting feed release units (UDL200),
optional outputs 1 or 2 on the control unit should always be used. Should anything unforeseen happen during
the process, the relevant outputs are switched off and an alarm relay is activated.

There are alarms for:

• Power failure
• Thermo error
• Release unit not closed
• Error on drive unit
• Max. running time

The system can perform filling of feed and feed release.

7.1.1 Filling of feed


A filling sequence consists of

• Emptying
• Filling
• Sensor delay
• Afterflow

When starting up, the drive unit starts alone in order to ensure that feed remains, if any, from the last filling are
led past the reception unit, so that the feed pipe is not filled twice when the reception unit starts. The period of
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time when only the drive unit is operating is called “emptying time”.

When the emptying time has elapsed, the reception unit starts and the feed dispensers are filled. As filling is
normally done over 4-5 feed dispensers, the last feed dispensers will not be completely filled when the stop
sensor registers enough feed. Therefore, the sensor can be delayed for a certain period of time to detain stop-
page of reception unit - this is called sensor delay.

When the reception unit has stopped and there is a sufficient amount of feed left in the feed pipe to fill the
remaining feed dispensers, the drive unit will continue for a period of time to fill the last dispensers (afterflow).
When the last feed dispenser is filled the feed pipe is almost empty. This will minimize the strain on the system
during the next start-up.
7.1.2 Feed release
Two feed release units (UDL200) can be connected to the control unit. Feed release can be done individually
on each feed release unit. If “separate systems” is selected in the setup menu, one feed circuit can fill while
the other one is releasing.

This is not possible if “same system” is selected in the setup menu. Then filling must be concluded before feed
can be released.

If the start-up times are entered in such a way that a feed release is ordered during
filling, feed will not be released.

7.1.3 Separate or same system ?


In the setup menu you select whether the two feed circuits are to run as two entirely separate systems or if
one feed circuit is to fill the other.

7.1.4 Separate systems


If “separate systems” is selected, both feed circuits A and B will get their own cycle. Meaning that feed circuit
A has its own cycle with starting times completely independent of feed circuit B.

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M M

A
A

M M

B
B

B
7.1.5 Same system
If “same system” is selected, feed circuits A and B must be considered as one system in which both circuits get
the same filling times. Start-up of one feed circuit can, however, be delayed compared to the other circuit.

“Same system” is selected if two feed circuits are in tandem with each other and where feed is led from one
circuit (A) to the other (B).

A
A
A

B
B

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B
7.2 Operation
Operation is based on a menu system operated by means of keying and menues in a display. From all

menues you can return to the main menu by pressing a number of times.

FunkiFeed
Display

Number keys
7 8 9 0
Feed key

4 5 6
Enter-key. Accept

1 2 3
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7.3 Menu overview 1

16:23
1) MODE
1
2-9

1)SYSTEM 1 1)FILL. 2)OUTPUT


2)SYSTEM 2 3)ACTIVE 4)SETUP

1 04 00132 1 FILL.
FILLING 14:50
menu overview 2

2 03 01045 2 OUTPUT
AFTERFLOW
menu overview 3

3 ACTIVE
menu overview 4

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4 SETUP
menu overview 5
7.4 Menu overview 2

FILL.

(same system) (separate systems)

1)SYSTEM 1
2)SYSTEM 2
1

2
FILLING FILLING
(1-20) (1-20)

1 1
FILLING 07:00 FILLING 08:00
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2 2
FILLING 10:30 FILLING 14:45

20 20
FILLING --:-- FILLING --:--
7.5 Menu overview 3

OUTPUT

2
1)LIGHT 2)WATER
3)EXTERN.

Menu text after selection of


output types under setup.
LIGHT/WATER
EXTERN./REL.

1-4 after selection of output


type under setup.
LIGHT/WATER
EXTERN./REL.

1-3 LIGHT
(1-20)
1
20

LIGHT ON LIGHT OUT


07:30 20:00

1-3 WATER
(1-20)
1
20

WATER OPEN ACTIVATION TIME 27


09:00 MIN:SEC. 18:00

1-3 EXT.
(1-20)
1
20

START STOP
14:00 16:15

1-3 REL.
(1-20)
1
20

REL.
07:00
7.6 Menu overview 4

ACTIVE

3
1)SYSTEM
2)OUTPUT

1 2

(separate system)
1)SYSTEM 1 () 1)LIGHT 2)WATER
2)SYSTEM 2 (*) 3)EXTERN.

Menu text after selection of


1 SYSTEM ACTIV () output types under setup.
1)YES 2)NO LIGHT/WATER
EXTERN./REL.

2 SYSTEM ACTIV (*) 1 OUTPUT ACTIV (*)


1)YES 2)NO 1)YES 2)NO

(same system)
28 SYSTEM ACTIV (*) 2 OUTPUT ACTIV (*)
1)YES 2)NO 1)YES 2)NO

3 OUTPUT ACTIV (*)


(*) = ACTIVE 1)YES 2)NO
7.7 Menu overview 5

SYSTEM PARAM.
menu overview 6
SETUP

1)SYSTEM PARAM.
2)SAME/SEPARATE
1

2
3)OUTPUT TYPES
4)CLO.5)LANGUAGE

1)SAME SYSTEM ( ) OUTPUT 1) 2) 3)


2)SEP. SYSTEM (*)
2
1
DELAY. START-UP 1 1)LIGHT 2)WATER
1)SYS. 1 2)SYS. 2 3)EXTERN. 4) REL.

DELAY TIME 2 1)LIGHT 2)WATER


00:15 3)EXTERN. 4) REL.

3 1)LIGHT 2)WATER 29
3)EXTERN.

4
NEW TIME 11:34

5 1)DK 2)GB
3)DE 4) SE

1)FI 2)HU
3)PL 4) RU

1)NL 2)FR
3)ES
7.8 Menu overview 6

1 SYSTEM
1)SYSTEM 1
2)SYSTEM 2 PARAM.
1 2

1)EMPT. 2)AFTERF. 1)EMPT. 2)AFTERF.


3)SENS. 4)MAX RT. 3)SENS. 4)MAX RT.

5)SHAFT CONTROL 5)SHAFT CONTROL


6)RELEASE UNIT 6)RELEASE UNIT

1 EMPTYING 1 EMPTYING
00:01 00:01

2 AFTERFLOW 2 AFTERFLOW
00:00 00:00

3 SENSOR DELAY 3 SENSOR DELAY


MIN:SEC 01:00 MIN:SEC 01:00

4 MAX RUNNING TIME 4 MAX RUNNING TIME


02:00 02:00

5 SHAFT CONTROL 2+ 5 2+
SHAFT CONTROL
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1)YES 2)NO 1)YES 2)NO

ACTIVATION TIME ACTIVATION TIME


MIN:SEC 00:08 MIN:SEC 00:08

6 1)RELEASE TIME 6 1)RELEASE TIME


2)PULSE 3)PAUSE 2)PULSE 3)PAUSE

1 RELEASE TIME 1 RELEASE TIME


00:03 00:03

2 PULSE TIME 2 PULSE TIME


MIN:SEC 00:03 MIN:SEC 00:03

3 PAUSE TIME 3 PAUSE TIME


MIN:SEC 00:03 MIN:SEC 00:03
7.9 Menu overview 7 -Alarm menues:

ERROR
DRIVE UNIT

ERROR RELEASE

POWER FAILURE 1)CONTINUE


2)CANCEL

THERMO ERROR

MAX RUNNING TIME

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7.10 Setting
When voltage is connected to the control unit the following text will appear

POWER FAILURE

and the background light is flashing. Press and the main menu will appear

16:23
1) MODE

From all menues you can return to the main menu by pressing a number of times..

Before the control unit is put in operation, different data must be set up. This is done in a so called set-up

menu. You enter this menu from the main menu and by pressing . The following menu will appear:

1)FILL. 2)OUTPUT
3)ACTIVE 4)SETUP

Press 4 and the following menu will appear:

1)SYSTEM PARAM.
2)SAME/SEPARATE

Press , and the following menu will appear:

3)OUTPUT TYPES
4)CLO 5)LANGUAGE

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7.10.1 Choice of language
If another language is required, press 5 and the language menu will appear:

1) DK 2) GB
3) DE 4) SE

Select the required language by pressing 1-4, or to select one of the other languages.
When the required language has been selected, the following menu will reappear:

3)OUTPUT TYPES
4)CLO 5)LANGUAGE

7.10.2 Setting of clock


If setting of the clock is required, press 4 and the following menu will appear:

NEW TIME 11:34

If, for example, the time is 12:23, enter 1,2,2,3, . The following menu will reappear:

3)OUTPUT TYPES
4)CLO 5)LANGUAGE

7.10.3 Setting of connected equipment


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By pressing 3 it can be defined what equipment is connected to the three optional outputs. The following menu
will appear:

OUTPUT 1)2)3)

The numbers 1-3 refer to the three optional output relays.

Release unit (UDL200) cannot be connected to output No. 3


Enter the required relay number and the following menu will appear:

1) LIGHT 2)WATER
3)EXTERN 4)REL

By pressing 1-4 you select what equipment is connected to the actual relay.

If no equipment is connected to one or more of the outputs, select external equipment by pressing 3.

When all outputs are defined, setting of the connected equipment is concluded.

Press , , , and the setup menu reappears:

1)FILL. 2)OUTPUT
3)ACTIVE 4)SETUP

7.10.4 Setting of same/separate systems


Press 2 in the setup menu and the following menu will appear:

1)SAME SYSTEM (*)


2)SEP. SYSTEM

Press 2 if the system operates with two completely separate feed circuits. Press 1 if the system operates with
one feed circuit delivering feed to the other circuit. See section 7.10 on page 32.

If 1 is selected, the following menu will appear:

DELAY. START-UP
1)SYS. 1 2) SYS. 2
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In this menu either 1 or 2 must be pressed, whether delay is required or not. Otherwise the choice
of “same system” will not be saved.

It can now be determined whether system 1 or system 2 is to be delayed. This might be useful if
it takes a long time before the feed reaches the circuit in which it should be delivered.
If, for example, start-up of system 2 is to take place 45 minutes after start-up of
system 1, press 2. The following menu will appear:

DELAY TIME
00:45

Enter the delay time: 0,0,4,5, and press , .


If delay is not required, press 9 in the menu. --:-- will appear in the display.

Press , .

The following menu will appear:

1)SYSTEM PARAM.
2)SAME/SEPARATE

The system parameters can now be defined.

7.10.5 System parameters


Here, data referring to each system are defined.
Select here:

• Emptying time
• Afterflow time
• Sensor delay
• Max. running time
• Data for optional shaft control
• Data for optional release unit

Press 1 and the following menu will appear:


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1)SYSTEM 1
2)SYSTEM 2

By pressing 1, data for system 1 can be determined. The following menu will appear:

1)EMPT. 2)AFTERF.
3)SENS 4)MAX RT
7.11 Determination af delay times

Silo Filling over 6 feeders.


6 x ø25 holes

1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6

60%

l2 l

1 = length between reception unit and last feeder.

12= length between last feeder and reception unit.

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7.11.1 Table for reading of sensor delay

Drive unit Funkimat


System (m/min.) (20 L) VD 2 (8 L)

12 m/min A B
Ø38 mm
19 m/min C D

12 m/min E F
Ø60 mm
19 m/min G H

Sensor delay
(min.)
A 18
17
16
15
14
13
12
C
11
10
9
8
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B 7
E 6
5
D
4
G
3
F 2
H
1

10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100110 120130140150160170180190200210220 l (m)


7.11.2 Table for reading of emptying and afterflow times.

Emptying
Afterflow
(min.)
26
24 12 m/min.
22
20
18
16
14 19 m/min.
12 24 m/min.
10
8
6
4
2
l,l2 (m)
20 40 60 80100120140160180 200220 240260280 300

Afterflow:
Length (l) from reception unit to last feeder
divided by the drive unit speed.
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Emptying:
Length (l2) from last feeder to the reception unit
divided by the drive unit speed.

7.11.3 Emptying.
Press 1 and the following menu will appear:

EMPTYING
00:10

If an emptying time of, for example, 10 minutes is required, enter: 0,0,1,0 and .
The following menu will reappear:

1)EMPT. 2)AFTERF.
3)SENSOR 4)MAX RT
7.11.4 Afterflow.
By pressing 2 the following menu will appear:

AFTERFLOW
00:15

The afterflow time is the period for which the drive unit is to continue operating after the reception unit has
stopped. A possible afterflow time could be 15 minutes.

Enter: 0,0,1,5 and . The system will return to the following menu:

1)EMPT. 2)AFTERF.
3)SENSOR 4)MAX RT

7.11.5 Sensor delay.


Press 3 and the following menu will appear:

SENSOR DELAY
MIN:SEC 01:00

Sensor delay time is the period for which the sensor is to be delayed after having registered sufficient feed.

Sensor delay time is typically 1 minute. Enter: 0,1,0,0 and . The following menu will reappear:

1)EMPT. 2)AFTERF.
3)SENSOR 4)MAX RT

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7.11.6 Max. running time
If alarm is required in case a filling is not concluded after a certain amount of time, this time can be entered
here.
If alarm is required in case a filling is not concluded after, for example, 4 hours and 30 minutes, enter:
0,4,3,0.
If max. running time is to be infinite, press 9. The display will now show --:--.

After selection of max. running time, press . The following menu will reappear:

1)EMPT. 2)AFTERF.
3)SENSOR 4)MAX RT
7.11.7 Shaft control.
It must be defined whether the drive unit is equipped with a shaft control or whether the control unit only recei-
ves checkback in case the drive unit’s contactor is cut off.

In connection with the drive wheel, a sensor giving a pulse for each rotation of the wheel, can be connected. If
the pulse stops and if shaft control is selected, the control unit will give an alarm.

Shaft control is an extra security that the reception unit stops if the locking plate breaks in the
drive unit and the motor of the drive unit continues.

Press . The following menu will appear:

5)SHAFT CONTROL.
6)RELEASE UNIT

Press 5. The following menu will appear:

SHAFT CONTROL.
1)YES 2)NO

Press 1 and the following menu will appear:

ACTIVATION TIME
MIN:SEC 00:08

The time between last impuse and alarm is called “activation time”.

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The activation time can, for example, be 8 seconds. Enter: 0,0,0,8 and . The following menu will ap-
pear:

SHAFT CONTROL.
1)YES 2)NO

If 2 is pressed, the system will return to the following menu:

5)SHAFT CONTROL..
6)RELEASE UNIT

The release time can now be defined. See section 7.11.8 on page 41.
7.11.8 Release unit.
Press 6 and the following menu will appear:

1)RELEASE TIME
2)2PULSE 3)PAUSE

Here it is determined for how long time the feed release unit is to be activated. It can also be determined
whether the release unit should pulse. The total period for which the release unit is activated is called “release
time”.

During the release time, the release unit can be activated for a so called pulse time
followed by a pause time, if required. Pulse/pause time is used, for example, for
dribble (slow) feeding of loose sows. Distribution can, for example, be made over a period of 30 minutes, with
the allocation motor activated for 15 seconds at a time with 10 seconds pause.

In this case, the release time will be 30 minutes, pulse time 15 seconds and pause time 10 seconds.

Press 1. The following menu will appear:

RELEASE TIME
00:30

Enter: 0,0,3,0 and . The following menu will appear:

1)RELEASE TIME
2)PULSE 3)PAUSE

Press 2. The following menu will appear:

PULSE TIME
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MIN:SEC 00:15

Enter: 0,0,1,5 and . The following menu will appear:

1)RELEASE TIME
2)PULSE 3)PAUSE
Press 3. The following menu will appear:

PAUSE TIME
MIN:SEC 00:10

Enter: 0,0,1,0 and . The following menu will appear:

1)RELEASE TIME
2)PULSE 3)PAUSE

In case an ordinary feed release unit (UDL200) is connected, pulse/pause times cannot be used and must
therefore be cancelled. Press 2 and the following menu will appear:

PULSE TIME
MIN:SEC -- --:-- --

Press 9 and --:-- will appear in the display. Pulse and pause times are now cancelled.

Then press , until the following menu appears:

1)SYSTEM 1
2)SYSTEM 2

Use the same procedure for definition of all system parameters for system 2 .

7.12 Filling

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When all data are saved in the setup menu, press until the following menu appears:

1)FILL. 2)OUTPUT
3)ACTIVE 4)SETUP

The required filling times must now be entered in a filling menu that will vary if “separate” or “same systems” is
selected in the setup menu. Press 1 for filling.
7.12.1 Separate systems
If “separate systems” is selected in the setup menu, the following menu will appear:

1)SYSTEM 1
2)SYSTEM 2

Here, the filling times for systems 1 and 2 are defined. Press 1 and the following menu will appear:

FILLING
(1-20)

Up to 20 fillings per day can now be entered for system 1. The following example of data entry gives a filling
at 07:00 hours and at 17:15 hours.

Press 1 and . The following menu will appear:

FILLING 07:00

Enter: 0,7,0,0 and . Filling No. 1 is now saved and the following menu will reappear:

FILLING
(1-20)

Press 2 and . The following menu will appear:

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FILLING 17:15

Enter: 1,7,1,5 and . Filling No. 2 is now saved and the following menu will reappear:

FILLING
(1-20)
For cancelling of a filling, for example filling No. 2 at 17:45 hours, use the following procedure:
Select filling No. 2 and the following menu will appear:

FILLING 17:45

Press 9 and --:-- will appear in the display. The filling is now cancelled.

Press . The following menu will appear:

FILLING
(1-20)

7.12.2 Same system


If “same system” is selected in the setup menu, the following menu will appear:

OPFYLDNING
(1-20)

Up to 20 fillings per day can now be entered for system 1 and for system 2. However, a delayed start-up of
one of the systems can be defined in the setup menu.

If, for example, filling is required at 07:00 hours and at 17:15 hours, press 1, . The following menu will
appear:

FILLING 07:00

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Enter: 0,7,0,0 and . Filling No. 1 is now saved and the following menu will reappear:

FILLING
(1-20)
Press 2, . The following menu will appear:

FILLING 17:15

Enter: 1,7,1,5 and . Filling No. 2 is now saved and the following menu will reappear:

FILLING
(1-20)

Cancellation of a filling is done by pressing 9 in the following menu:

FILLING 17:15

--:-- will appear in the display. Press . and the following menu will appear:

FILLING
(1-20)

If more fillings are required, repeat the above-mentioned procedure.

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7.13 Feed release/Light/Water/External equipment

Press till the following menu appear:

1)FILL. 2)OUTPUT
3)ACTIVE 4)SETUP

Press 2 and . A menu will now appear in which the figures from 1 to 3 refer to the three optional output
relays.

In the previous setting of the system it has been decided what the three outputs are connected to.

Feed release unit cannot be connected to output No. 3.

To determine start-up of feed release unit and start/stop time for light, water and external equipment, press 1
to 3. Depending on the connected equipment, one of the following menues will appear:

FILLING
(1-20)

LIGHT
(1-20)

WATER
(1-20)

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EXTERNAL EQUIPM..
(1-20)

If, for example, light is connected, select light and the following menu will appear:

LIGHT
(1-20)
The numbers 01 to 20 in the above-mentioned menu refer to entering of up to 20 on/off times per day. For
example, light can be encoded to switch on at 06:00 hours and turn off at 17:00 hours. For entering of on/off
times, do as follows:

Press 1 and . The following menu will appear:

LIGHT ON
06:00

Enter: 0,6,0,0 and . The following menu will now apppear:

LIGHT OUT
17:00

Enter: 1,7,0,0 and . The following menu will reappear:

LIGHT
(1-20)

Press when all on/off times for the light have been entered. Times for water, external equipment and
feed release can now be entered in the same way. Note, however, that stopping time for release is determined
in the previous setup menu.
If cancellation of an entered time is required, press 9 in the required menu.

--:-- will appear in the display. Press .

7.14 Deactivation/Stand by
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It is possible to deactivate one or more systems and one or more outputs. This might be useful in connection
with emptying of one or more pig house sections. In this way, it not necessary to cancel all entered times for
the system and/or the outputs in question.

Press till the following menu appears:

1)FILL. 2)OUTPUT
3)ACTIVE 4)SETUP

Press 3. The following menu will appear:

1)SYSTEM
2)OUTPUT

Press 1 if deactivation of system is required. Press 2 if deactivation of outputs is required.


7.14.1 Separate systems
If “separate systems” is selected in the setup menu, the following menu will now appear:

1)SYSTEM 1 (*)
2)SYSTEM 2 ( )

Press 1 for system 1 and 2 for system 2. The following menu will appear:

SYSTEM ACTIVE ( )
1)YES 2)NO

For activation of a system press 1 and . For deactivation of a system press 2 and .
Use the same procedure for activation/deactivation of the three optional outputs.
If a system or an output is active, it is indicated by a star (*) in the menu.

7.14.2 Same system


If “same system” is selected in the setup menu, the system will go directly to the following menu:

SYSTEM ACTIVE ( )
1)YES 2)NO

Press 1 for activation of system, 2 for deactivation of system, then .

7.15 Mode
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It is possible to see what mode the system is in. Press until the main menu shows:

12:34
1)MODE

Press 1. The following menu will appear:

1)SYSTEM 1
2)SYSTEM 2
By pressing 1 or 2 a mode summary for both systems will appear.

04 00132
FILLING 14:50

On the top line at the left it is displayed how many fillings have been made on the day in question.
On the top line at the right it is displayed for how many hours the drive unit in
question has been in operation. This time cannot be zeroset.
On the bottom line it is displayed what function is in operation at the moment If no function is in operation on
the system in question, the next function to be initiated will be displayed.

7.16 Manual operation


Manual filling of feed and manual feed release can be done by means of the feed key on the keyboard.

Press .

7.16.1 Separate systems


If “separate systems” is selected in the setup menu the following menu will appear:

1)FILL.1 2)FILL.2
3)REL.1 4)REL.2

If, for example, manual filling on system 1 is required, press 1. Select manual filling on system 2 by pressing
2. Manual filling for both systems is selected by pressing 1,2.
Select manual feed release by pressing 3 for system 1 or 4 for system 2.

7.16.2 Same system


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If “same system” is selected in the setup menu the following menu will appear:

1)FILL.
2)REL.1 3)REL.2

Press 1 for manual filling of feed. Press 2 for manual filling of feed for system 1, press 3 for manual filling of
feed for system 2.
7.16.3 Emergency operation
This product is designed according to the latest, technical principles and standards, yet something unforeseen
might still happen. If so, it is possible to electrically restraint the output relays if the power supply of the control
unit is still intact.

When a relay is on forced operation, the system must be controlled to make sure that it is not
overloaded. In this situation, the system will not stop automatically when filled. Funki assume no
liability for any damage that might occur in this connection!

On the bottom plate of the control unit there are 8 small switches (see drawing). If one or more of these are
placed in position ON, the output relay referring to the number on the switch will switch on. See table 1, on
page 50.

output relay
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

switch No.

ON

OFF 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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Switch No.. Output relay

1 Drive unit system 1

2 Reception unit system 1

3 Drive unit system 2

4 Reception unit system 2

5 Light/water/external/release unit 1

6 Light/water/external/release unit 2

7 Light/water/external/ 3

8 Alarm

Tabel 1: Table of output relays.


7.17 Alarm
Should anything unusual occur during operation, an alarm relay will be activated.
There are alarms for:

• Power failure
• Error on drive unit
• Release unit not closed
• Thermo error
• Max. running time

Alarm function:
In case of an alarm, there will be connection through the alarm relay and the red light diode behind
the relay will switch off. When the alarm is cancelled, the connection through the alarm relay will
be cut and the light diode will light again.

7.17.1 Power failure


When voltage is reestablished after a power failure, the following alarm menu will appear and the background
light will flash.

POWER FAILURE

Press . The alarm relay is deactivated, the background light continues to flash and the following menu
will appear:

1)CONTINUE
2)CANCEL

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Press 1 and the actual action continues. Individual timings such as emptying, sensor delay, afterflow and re-
lease time will, however, always be reset.
Press 2 if cancellation of the ongoing action is required when voltage is reestablished.
7.17.2 Error on drive unit
If an error should occur on one of the drive units, the alarm relay will be activated.
If “separate systems” is selected in the setup menu, only the relays for the feed circuit in question will be deac-
tivated. If “same system” is selected in the setup menu, the outputs for both feed circuits will be interrupted.
The background light flashes and the following menu will appear:

ERROR
DRIVE UNIT

The display will show on what drive unit the error is.

Press . The alarm relay is deactivated and the following menu will appear:

1)CONTINUE
2)CANCEL

Press 1 when the error has been corrected and the actual action will continue.
Individual timings such as emptying, sensor delay, afterflow and release time will, however, always be reset .
Press 2 if cancellation of the ongoing action is required.

7.17.3 Release unit not closed


If one of the feed release units are not closed during filling, the alarm relay will be activated and the relays for
both drive and reception units deactivated.
The following menu will appear:

ERROR
RELEASE UNIT

The display will show on what release unit the alarm is.
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Press . The alarm relay is deactivated and the following menu will appear:

1)CONTINUE
2)CANCEL

Press 1 when the error has been corrected and filling will continue. Individual timings such as emptying, sensor
delay, afterflow and release time will, however, always be reset .
Press 2 if cancellation of the ongoing action is required.
7.17.4 Thermo error
Thermo error
Should a thermal error occur on one of the drive or reception units, the alarm relay will be activated. If “sepa-
rate systems” is selected in the setup menu, only the relays for the feed circuit in question will be deactivated.
If “same system” is selected, the outputs for both feed circuits will be interrupted. The background light flashes
and the following menu will appear:

THERMO ERROR

The display will show on what feed circuit the thermo error is.

Press . The alarm relay will be deactivated and the following menu will appear:

1)CONTINUE
2)CANCEL

Press 1 when the error has been corrected and filling will continue. Individual timings such as emptying, sensor
delay, afterflow and release time will, however, always be reset .
Press 2 if cancellation of the ongoing action is required.

All motors must be equipped with motor protection according to the current rules. If not, Funki
assumes no liability for any damage whatsoever.

7.17.5 Max. running time


If a filling is not concluded before the elapse of an entered max. running time, the alarm relay will be activated.
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If “separate systems” is selected in the setup menu, only the relays for the feed circuit in question will be deac-
tivated. If “same system” is selected in the setup menu, the outputs for both feed circuits will be interrupted.
The background light flashes and the following menu will appear:

MAX. RUNNING TIME

IThe display will show what feed circuit it is.

Press . The alarm relay is deactivated and the following menu will appear:

1)CONTINUE
2)CANCEL

Press 1 when the error is corrected and filling continues. Press 2 if cancellation of the ongoing filling is re-
quired.
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Maintenance
8 Maintenance

8.1 Current maintenance


The product is maintenance-free.

8.2 Repair instructions


Cut off and secure voltage to the control unit according to the current rules before opening the
front plate.

8.2.1 Replacement of bottom print


1. When voltage to the control unit has been cut off and secured, all cables are marked for easy reinstal-
lation.
2. Demount all cables.
3. Loosen and remove the defective print.
4. Install the new print.
5. Install all cables.
6. Close and lock the cabinet.
7. Reestablish the voltage.
8. Make a setup of all data. See section 7.10 on page 32.
9. Test all relevant functions.

8.2.2 Replacement of keyboard


1. When voltage to the control unit has been cut off and secured, the cabinet is opened and the position of
the flat cable from the keyboard is noted.
2. Pull up the flat cable from the base of the bottom print.
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3. Pull off and remove the defective keyboard from the front plate.
4. Degrease the front plate with benzine.
5. Fasten by glueing the new keyboard when the foil on the reverse of the new keyboard has been removed.
6. Reinstall the flat cable in the base.
7. Close and lock the cabinet.
8. Test all keys.
8.3 List of components
In connection with repair or replacement of the control unit the following components are available:

• Funki Feed ver. 2 and 3


• Bottom print incl. display, Funki Feed ver. 2 and 3
• Keyboard for Funki Feed ver. 2 and 3

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8.4 Log file

Date Init. Actions

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Disposal
9 Disposal

Disposal
The product must be disposed of according to the legislation in force at the time of disposal.

Note that the product contains electrical components.

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Wiring diagrams
10 Wiring diagrams

10.1 List of wiring diagrams


EL-630 GB FunkiFeed ver. 2 and 3, General diagram
EL-631 GB FunkiFeed ver. 2 and 3, Output - Control current
EL-632 GB FunkiFeed ver. 2 and 3, Input - Control current
EL-633 GB FunkiFeed ver. 2 and 3, Connection of feed release UDL200
EL-634 GB FunkiFeed ver. 2 and 3, Main current
EL-677 GB FunkiFeed ver. 2 and 3, Single system
EL-1006 GB FunkiFeed ver. 2 and 3, Single system with shaft control

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