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Actuator controls
AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2
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Parallel
Profibus
Modbus RTU
Modbus TCP/IP
Foundation Fieldbus
HART
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Operation and setting

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  • Page 1: Assignment Of Analogue Output

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Control Parallel Profibus Modbus RTU Modbus TCP/IP Foundation Fieldbus HART Manual Operation and setting...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    This document contains information for the commissioning, operation and maintenance staff. It is intended to support local device operation and setting modifications. Reference documents: Operation instructions (Assembly, operation, commissioning) for actuator. Reference documents can be downloaded from the Internet (www.auma.com) or ordered directly from AUMA (refer to <Addresses>). Table of contents Page Safety instructions.........................
  • Page 3 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Table of contents 5.3.4. Assignment of analogue output 2 5.3.5. Signal range of analogue output 2 5.3.6. Adjustment of analogue output 2 Operation ..........................6.1. Operation mode Off 6.2. Operation mode Local 6.2.1. Push-to-run operation or self-retaining Local 6.3.
  • Page 4 Actuator controls Table of contents AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 8.4.7. Closing fully/opening fully (end position tolerance for setpoint) 8.4.8. Setting range: limit 8.4.9. Change-over between OPEN - CLOSE control and setpoint control 8.4.10. Input of setpoint position 8.4.11. Input range of setpoint position 8.4.12.
  • Page 5 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Table of contents 8.11.1. Heater system within the actuator controls 8.11.2. Heater on control unit (actuator) 8.11.3. Motor heater Failure functions........................9.1. Reversing prevention time 9.2. Failure behaviour on loss of signal 9.2.1. Failure behaviour initiation on loss of signal 9.2.2.
  • Page 6 12.3. Languages: reload 12.4. Data export 12.5. Data import 12.6. Actual configuration: accept 12.7. Firmware update 12.8. Service software AUMA CDT (Bluetooth) Diagnostics..........................13.1. Electronic device ID 13.2. Diagnostic Bluetooth connection 13.3. Diagnostic Interface 13.4. Diagnostic Position transmitter potentiometer 13.5.
  • Page 7 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Table of contents 14.3.3. Temperature-time characteristic 14.4. Histograms 14.4.1. Motor running time-position (histogram) 14.4.2. Motor running time-temperature (histogram) 14.4.3. Acceleration-frequency (histogram) 14.4.4. Motor running time-torque (histogram) 14.5. Maintenance (information and signals) 14.6. Operating times: display 14.7.
  • Page 8: Safety Instructions

    Any device modification requires the consent of the manufacturer. Maintenance 1.2. Range of application AUMA actuator controls are exclusively designed for the operation of AUMA actuators. Other applications require explicit (written) confirmation by the manufacturer. The following applications are not permitted, e.g.: motor control pump control No liability can be assumed for inappropriate or unintended use.
  • Page 9: Warnings And Notes

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Safety instructions Observance of these operation instructions is considered as part of the device's designated use. 1.3. Warnings and notes The following warnings draw special attention to safety-relevant procedures in these operation instructions, each marked by the appropriate signal word (DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION, NOTICE).
  • Page 10: Identification

    Please always state this number for any product inquiries. On the Internet at http://www.auma.com, we offer a service allowing authorised users to download order-related documents such as wiring diagrams and technical data (both in German and English), inspection certificates and the operation instructions when entering the order number.
  • Page 11: Short Description

    The rated power (nominal power) of the actuator motor is indicated in kW on the motor name plate. For the assignment of the AUMA power classes to the nominal power of the motor types, refer to the separate electrical data sheets.
  • Page 12 (push buttons and display) and perform settings (contents of these instructions). read in or out data or modify and save settings via the AUMA CDT software (accessories), using a computer (laptop or PC). The connection between com- puter and AUMATIC is wireless via Bluetooth interface (not included in these instructions).
  • Page 13: Operation

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Operation Operation Valve damage due to incorrect basic setting! Prior to electrical operation of the actuator, the basic settings i.e. type of seating, torque and limit switching have to be completed. 3.1. Local actuator operation Local actuator operation is performed using the push buttons of the local controls of the AC.
  • Page 14: Actuator Operation From Remote

    Actuator controls Operation AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 3.2. Actuator operation from remote Set selector switch to position Remote control (REMOTE). Now, it is possible to operate the actuator via remote control, via operation commands (OPEN, STOP, CLOSE) or analogue setpoints (e.g. 0 – 20 mA).
  • Page 15: Menu Layout And Navigation

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Operation Push buttons Navigation sup- Functions port on display Confirm selection Save Save Edit Enter <Edit> menu Details Display more details [4] C Setup Enter Main menu Cancel process Return to previous display The display is illuminated in white during normal operation. The backlight turns Backlight to red under fault conditions.
  • Page 16: User Level, Password

    Actuator controls Operation AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Figure 9: Direct display (example) Display indicates in the bottom row: Go to Press push button Go to. Display indicates: Go to menu M0000 Use push buttons Up ▲ Down ▼ to select figures 0 to 9.
  • Page 17: Password Change

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Operation 3.4.2. Password change Only the passwords of same or lower user level may be changed. Example: The user is signed in as Specialist (4). This authorises him or her to modify the passwords between user levels (1) to (4).
  • Page 18 Actuator controls Operation AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Press push button C Setup and hold it down for approx. 3 seconds. Display goes to main menu and indicates: ▶ Display... Change language Press Display indicates: ▶ Language Press Display indicates the selected language, e.g.: ▶ Deutsch The bottom row of the display indicates: Save →...
  • Page 19: Indications

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Indications Indications 4.1. Indications during commissioning When switching on the power supply, all LEDs on the local controls illuminate for LED test approx. 1 second. This optical feedback indicates that the voltage supply is connected to the controls and all LEDs are operable.
  • Page 20: Feedback Indications From Actuator And Valve

    Actuator controls Indications AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Figure 15: Information in the status bar (top) Operation mode Error symbol (only for faults and warnings) ID number: S = Status page If further details or information are available with reference to the display, the following Navigation support indications Details or More appear in the navigation support (bottom display row).
  • Page 21 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Indications Torque (S0002) The indication is only available if the actuator is equipped with an MWG (magnetic limit and torque transmitter). S0002 on the display indicates the torque applied at the actuator output. The bargraph display appears after approx. 3 seconds.
  • Page 22 Actuator controls Indications AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 If the positioner is enabled and activated, the bargraph indication for E1 (position Setpoint control setpoint) is displayed. The direction of the operation command is displayed by an arrow above the bargraph indication. The figure below shows the operation command in direction CLOSE.
  • Page 23: Status Indications According To Auma Classification

    (P1, P2, ...) selected position (1, 2, ...) (– –) no position selected Actual position value 4.2.2. Status indications according to AUMA classification These indications are available if the parameter Diagnostic classific. M0539 is set to AUMA. Warnings (S0005) If a warning has occurred, the display shows S0005: the number of warnings occurred a blinking question mark after approx.
  • Page 24: Status Indications According To Namur Recommendation

    Actuator controls Indications AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Figure 27: Fault For further information, please also refer to <Corrective action>. 4.2.3. Status indications according to NAMUR recommendation These indications are available, if the parameter Diagnostic classific. M0539 is set to NAMUR. Out of Specification (S0008) The S0008 indication shows out of specification indications according to NAMUR recommendation NE 107.
  • Page 25: Indication Lights Of Local Controls

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Indications Figure 30: Maintenance required For further information, please also refer to <Corrective action>. Failure (S0011) The S0011 indication shows the causes of the failure indication according to NAMUR recommendation NE 107. If such an indication has occurred, the display shows S0011: the number of indications occurred a blinking circle with a cross after approx.
  • Page 26: Indication Lights: Change Colour

    Signal interm. pos. = OPEN/CLOSED = Off Further setting values: Refer to <Appendix>/<Selection overview for output contacts and indication lights> 4.3.1. Indication lights: change colour Option User level required to make changes: AUMA (6) Device configuration M0053 Local controls M0159 Parameters Menu Default values for version...
  • Page 27: Signals (Output Signals)

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Signals (output signals) Signals (output signals) 5.1. Status signals via output contacts (digital outputs) Output contacts are used to send status signals (e.g. reaching the end positions, Characteristics selector switch position, faults...) as binary signals to the control room.
  • Page 28 Actuator controls Signals (output signals) AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Device configuration M0053 Config. of signals M0860 Failure (configurable) M0879 Fault (Cfg) M0880 Warnings (Cfg) M0881 Not ready REMOTE (Cfg) M0882 Default values Failure (configurable): ☑ = activated ☑ Fault (Cfg) ☑ Warning (Cfg) ☑...
  • Page 29: Analogue Signals (Analogue Outputs)

    The AC is equipped with up to two analogue outputs AOUT1 and AOUT2. 5.3.1. Assignment of analogue output 1 Designation in the wiring diagram: AOUT 1. Required user level: AUMA (6). Device configuration M0053 I/O interface M0139 Analogue outputs M0335...
  • Page 30: Assignment Of Analogue Output 2

    Setting ranges: –100 ... 100 (– 1.00 to + 1.00 mA) 5.3.4. Assignment of analogue output 2 Designation in the wiring diagram: AOUT2. Required user level: AUMA (6). Device configuration M0053 I/O interface M0139 Analogue outputs M0335 Signal AOUT 2 M0132...
  • Page 31: Adjustment Of Analogue Output 2

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Signals (output signals) Default value: 0 - 20 mA Setting values: Analogue output 2 generates a 0 – 20 mA signal. 0 - 20 mA Analogue output 2 generates a 4 – 20 mA signal.
  • Page 32: Operation

    Actuator controls Operation AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Operation Different operation modes (states) are available. The current operation mode is indicated in the first line of the display: Figure 34: Example: Operation mode Off This chapter describes the characteristics of the different operation modes; the respective functions are described in separate chapters.
  • Page 33: Operation Mode Remote

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Operation After an operation command in direction CLOSE, the actuator continues to run, even if the operation command is cancelled (self-retaining). The actuator is either stopped by the STOP command or if end position CLOSED or an intermediate position CLOSE has been reached.
  • Page 34 Actuator controls Operation AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Self-retaining = Off (push-to-run op.) Self-retaining Remote II = OPEN and CLOSE Setting values for parameters, Self-retaining Remote M0100 and Self-retaining Remote II M0101: Push-to-run operation activated, self-retaining off: Off (push-to-run op.) Actuator only runs in directions OPEN or CLOSE while an operation command is being received.
  • Page 35: Operation Mode Emergency

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Operation Direct reversal of operation is also possible without the STOP command. However, operation can be stopped at any time by the STOP command. 6.4. Operation mode EMERGENCY See also: Failure function <EMERGENCY behaviour> The indication in the top row of the display shows: EMERGENCY Characteristics The operation mode EMERGENCY is initiated by the EMERGENCY signal.
  • Page 36 Actuator controls Operation AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 For operation mode service, a PC or laptop with the AUMA CDT service software is required. AUMA service uses this software (e.g. during commissioning or maintenance) to perform settings at the AUMATIC. Information In selector position Local control (LOCAL), press any push button to exit the service...
  • Page 37: Basic Settings For Commissioning

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Basic settings for commissioning Basic settings for commissioning Basic settings such as type of seating, torque and limit switching are required for Definition safe commissioning of the AUMATIC together with the actuator. Basic settings for display, such as date and time or display formats, can be changed, if required.
  • Page 38: Torque Switching

    Actuator controls Basic settings for commissioning AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Set selector switch to position 0 (OFF). Select main menu Press push button C Setup and hold it down for approx. 3 seconds. Display goes to main menu and indicates: ▶ Display...
  • Page 39: Torque Switching: Set

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Basic settings for commissioning Indication or setting either in percent %, Newton metre Nm or in foot-pound ft- <Torque monitoring> chapter Read more: 7.2.1. Torque switching: set Once the set torque is reached, the torque switches will be tripped (overload protection of the valve).
  • Page 40: Limit Switching

    Actuator controls Basic settings for commissioning AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Enter password (→ enter password). Display shows the set value. The bottom row indicates: Edit Esc 10. Press Edit. Change value 11. Enter new value for tripping torque via Up ▲ Down ▼.
  • Page 41 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Basic settings for commissioning Select parameter either: Select parameter click via the menu to parameter, or via direct display: press and enter ID M0084. Display indicates: Set end pos.CLOSED? CLOSED or OPEN Up ▲ Down ▼ to select: ▶...
  • Page 42: Date And Time

    Actuator controls Basic settings for commissioning AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 11. Make selection: Edit → back to step 9: Set end position CLOSED "once again" Esc → back to step 4; either set end position OPEN or exit the menu. Set end position OPEN 12.
  • Page 43: Time Format

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Basic settings for commissioning Setting values: MM/DD/YYYY Indication in: Month/day/year, example: 01/21/2009 Indication in: Day/month/year, example: 21.01.2009 DD.MM.YYYY Indication in: Year/month/day, example: 2009–01–21 YYYY-MM-DD 7.5.2. Time format The time can be indicated in 12 or 24 hour format.
  • Page 44: Process Factor Units

    Actuator controls Basic settings for commissioning AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 may be adapted. The change-over affects all screens indicating a position. This includes status pages such as S0001 S0002, but also the representation of characteristics (e.g. position-time) as well as histograms.
  • Page 45: Analogue Working Value Units (Ain)

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Basic settings for commissioning 7.5.8. Analogue working value units (AIN) Activate working value units (AIN) Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher. Display... M0009 Units M1205 Working values (AIN) M1216 Activation M1217 Default value: Function not active Setting values: <Working value units (AIN)>...
  • Page 46: Application Functions

    Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions Application functions are functions used to adapt the AC to special applications. This Definition includes device functions, communication functions and device information. If they are enabled, these functions can be programmed by the user for his/her specific task using parameters.
  • Page 47: Hysteresis For Intermediate Positions: Set

    Parameter Hysteresis 6 M0282 is set to 1.0 %. Figure 37: Signal behaviour B, C, D for hysteresis = 1 % Switching on point(●) Switch-off point (○) Pulse duration = 2 times XT + hysteresis Required user level: AUMA (6). Customer settings M041 Intermediate positions M0143...
  • Page 48: Operation Profile (Operation Behaviour) For Intermediate Positions

    Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Hysteresis M0267 Hysteresis 1 M0277 Default values: 0.5 % for all 8 positions Setting range: 0.0 % to 5.0 % of the travel (from OPEN to CLOSED) Information For signal behaviour D, the value XT (Outer dead band M0148 parameter) determines pulse duration pT and influences switch-on point P1.
  • Page 49: Off Times For Intermediate Positions (Pivot Points): Set

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions resumes operation into direction OPEN. If an operation command in direction CLOSE is present during the pause time, the pause is interrupted and operation into direction CLOSE resumed. Off time in CLOSED When reaching the pivot point, the actuator stops during operation in direction CLOSE.
  • Page 50: Positioner (Operation Mode Remote Setpoint)

    Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Use input DIN 5 for signal OPEN / CLOSE: Example Parameter: Signal DIN 5 M0122 = OPEN/CLOSE Information The logic for the digital inputs may be inverted. Depending on the parameter setting (e.g. Coding DIN 6 M0128), the input is either High active or Low active. Default setting is High active.
  • Page 51: Overrun (Inner Dead Band): Set Manually

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions between setpoint and actual value for both directions and automatically adapts the inner dead bands Xi and therefore switching point P2. On the basis of the determined inner dead bands Xi and the set hysteresis (parameters Positioner hyst.
  • Page 52: Dead Time: Set

    Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 The motor starts if the actual value (input signal E2) or a change in nominal value is higher than the max. error variable determined by the outer dead band. Manual setting is only possible if the adaptive behaviour, parameter Adaptive behaviour M0147 switched off.
  • Page 53: Setting Range: Limit

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions 8.4.8. Setting range: limit Travel can be limited in directions OPEN and/or CLOSE. This prevents end position(s) OPEN and/or CLOSED from being approached in modulating duty. The actuator stops when reaching the set limit value.
  • Page 54: Input Of Setpoint Position

    The actuator reacts to operation commands OPEN, STOP, CLOSE. 8.4.10. Input of setpoint position The setpoint position is generally led via input AIN1, but can also be led via AIN 2. Required user level: AUMA (6). Device configuration M0053 I/O interface M0139 Analogue inputs M0389...
  • Page 55: Process Controller

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions Activate split range operation Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher. Device configuration M0053 Application functions M0178 Activation M0212 Split range operation M01650 Default value: Function not active Setting values: <Split range operation> function deactivated.
  • Page 56: Process Controller Activation

    Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Figure 40: Process controller function AC actuator controls Process controller Positioner Actuator Position transmitter e.g. EWG/RWG/MWG Sensor Valve Position setpoint (internal) Actual position value Actual process value Process setpoint The process controller can be used to control pressure, flow or flow rates, flow levels Application and temperature.
  • Page 57: Setpoint Source (Input For Process Setpoint)

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions Customer settings M0041 Process controller M0742 Modulating behaviour M0887 Default value: PI controller Setting values: P controller immediately reacts to a control deviation (i.e. actively) and amplifies the P controller input signal (error variable) proportionally to the set amplification. Setting parameter: Proport.
  • Page 58: Behaviour On Loss Of Process Setpoint

    Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Setpoint source M0743 Default value: I/O interface Setting values: The process setpoint is defined via an analogue input (AIN 1 or AIN 2) of the I/O I/O interface interface. The process setpoint is generated internally via actuator controls: parameters Internal...
  • Page 59: Setting Procedure

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions 8.5.7. Setting procedure The setting of the process controller largely depends on the area of controller application. A PI controller suffices for most applications. Procedure Operate the controller as PT controller, i.e. set the parameters as follows:...
  • Page 60: Actual Value Source (Input For Actual Process Value)

    Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 8.5.11. Actual value source (input for actual process value) Customer settings M0041 Process controller M0742 Actual value source M0756 Default value: I/O interface Setting values: The actual process value is defined via an analogue input (AIN 1 or AIN 2) of the I/O interface I/O Interface.
  • Page 61: Operation Mode For Stepping Mode

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions Device configuration M0053 Application functions M0178 Activation M0212 Timer CLOSE M0156 Timer OPEN M0206 Default value: Function not active Setting values: Function <Stepping mode> deactivated. Function not active Function active Function <Stepping mode> activated.
  • Page 62: By-Pass Function

    Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 On time OPEN M0165 Off time OPEN M0166 Default values: 5.0 s (for all on and off times) Setting ranges: 1 ... 1,800 s (for all on and off times) 8.7. By-pass function Option The by-pass function is used, e.g.
  • Page 63: Bypass Function: Activate

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions Table 8: By-pass valve reactions to main valve position Main valve By-pass valve Position Sends enable signal Release Bypass Sync OUT (available operation com- mands) End position CLOSED High level in directions OPEN or CLOSE...
  • Page 64: By-Pass Application: Configure

    Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Device configuration M0053 Application functions M0178 Activation M0212 By-pass function M0941 Default value: Function not active Setting values: Bypass function deactivated. Function not active Bypass function activated. Function active 8.7.2. By-pass application: configure The actuators for the two MOVs (valves) have to be configured according to their application (main or by-pass valve).
  • Page 65 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions Figure 46: Schematic representation of the function of a Lift Plug Valve The master actuator may generally only be operated in direction OPEN or CLOSE if the slave actuator is fully opened. This is ensured by a signal of the slave actuator to the digital LPV Sync In input of the master actuator as soon as the slave actuator has reached end position OPEN.
  • Page 66 Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Use input DIN 8 for signal LPV end position CL, Use input DIN 9 for signal LPV Sync In, Use input DIN 10 for signal LPV sel.sw.Remote: Setting values: Signal DIN 7 M0383 = LPV system ok (SA)
  • Page 67: Lpv Function: Activate

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions 8.8.1. LPV function: activate Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher. Device configuration M0053 Application functions M0178 Activation M0212 LPV function M1087 Default value: Function not active Setting values: Function deactivated. Function not active Function activated.
  • Page 68: Delay Time Of Slave Lpv Actuator: Configure

    The actuator then operates the valve with the defined direction of rotation or as directly as possible to the defined valve attachment, irrespective of the actuator position. The multiport valve function is only permissible in combination with an AUMA Information actuator and an AUMA gearbox.
  • Page 69: Actuator Type: Set/Check

    Multiport valve M1140 Actuator type M1142 Default value: Actuator type set in the factory Setting ranges: Selection list of all AUMA actuators 8.9.3. Gear reduction ratio: set/check The reduction ratio of the gear stage of the actuator mounted to the valve gearbox must be set here.
  • Page 70: Home Port (Zero Position): Set

    Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 8.9.5. Home port (zero position): set The home port is the zero position (0° or 360° of one turn) and is consequently the starting point for all other intermediate positions. Information Set the gear reduction ratio (parameter Reduction ratio M1143) and the actuator type (parameter Actuator type M1142) prior to setting the home port.
  • Page 71: Operate To Position Via Push Buttons Of The Local Controls

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions Position 3 = 90.0 Position 4 = 135.0 Position 5 = 180.0 Position 6 = 225.0 Position 7 = 270.0 Position 8 = 315.0 8.9.7. Operate to position via push buttons of the local controls To operate to a position via push buttons of the local controls, status indication S0017 must be shown (refer to <Indications in the display>).
  • Page 72: Operate To Position From Remote

    Actuator controls Application functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Symbol Set positions (of valve ports) (P1, P2, ...) selected position (1, 2, ...) – – / –N/A– No position has been selected. Actual position value To interrupt an operation (triggered operation command): →...
  • Page 73: Signalling Behaviour Of Positions: Set/Check

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions Setting range: 0.00 – 36.0° (degrees) 8.9.11. Signalling behaviour of positions: set/check Reaching of a point (valve port) can be signalled: via indication lights (LEDs) of the local controls or (refer to chapters <Indications> <Indication lights>) via output contacts (refer to chapters <Indications>...
  • Page 74: Automatic Deblocking

    Figure 53: Switching behaviour for signalling behaviours B, C, D and hysteresis 3.0°. Switch-on point (●) Switch-off point (○) Pulse duration = 2 times XT + hysteresis Required user level: AUMA (6). Customer settings M0041 Multiport valve M1140 Hysteresis M1148 Default values: 0.5°...
  • Page 75: Automatic Deblocking Function: Activate

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Application functions The torque fault signal is suppressed during automatic deblocking. Should torque switching trip again once automatic deblocking is complete, the actuator is switched off and AC controls signal a torque fault. 8.10.1. Automatic deblocking function: activate Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher.
  • Page 76: Heater System Within The Actuator Controls

    –20 °C. 8.11.2. Heater on control unit (actuator) For AUMA actuators with AC actuator controls, a resistance type heater is installed Characteristics on the control unit (within actuator switch compartment).
  • Page 77: Failure Functions

    The reversing prevention time (off-time between two operation commands in opposite direction) prevents a restart for a defined interval once the motor has switched off. Parameters and instructions for setting Required user level: AUMA (6). Device configuration M0053 Switchgear M0173 Revers.
  • Page 78: Failure Operation (Reaction Of The Actuator) On Loss Of Signal

    Actuator controls Failure functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Default value: I/O interface Setting values: The failure behaviour is initiated in case of loss of setpoints. I/O interface The monitoring depends on the preset setpoint range, e.g.: Setpoint = 4 – 20 mA, E1 lower than 3.7 mA = loss of signal Setpoint = 10 –...
  • Page 79: Delay Time: Set

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Failure functions If the Approach position failure operation is set, the actuator runs to the preset failure position indicated here. Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher. Customer settings M0041 Failure behaviour M0378 Failure position MPV M1172 Default value: 0.0 °...
  • Page 80: Emergency Behaviour: Activate

    Actuator controls Failure functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Perform EMERGENCY operation via digital input Switching behaviour for coding Low active: Input EMERGENCY = low level (0 V DC or input open-circuit) EMERGENCY operation is initiated. Input EMERGENCY = high level (standard: +24 V DC) No EMERGENCY operation 9.3.1.
  • Page 81: Failure Source (Failure Reason) For An Emergency Operation: Set

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Failure functions For the setting Immediately active: The actuator can start immediately when switching on! Risk of personal injuries or damage to the valve. Ensure that the EMERGENCY signal is present when switching on. Should the actuator start unexpectedly: Immediately set selector switch to pos- ition 0 (OFF).
  • Page 82: Emergency Position

    Actuator controls Failure functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 9.3.6. EMERGENCY position If the EMERGENCY operation Approach EMCY pos. is set, the actuator moves to the EMERGENCY position entered here. Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher. Customer settings M0041 EMCY behaviour M0198 EMCY position M0232 Default value: 0.0 %...
  • Page 83: Stepping Mode: By-Pass

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Failure functions 9.3.10. Stepping mode: by-pass If the EMERGENCY signal initiates an EMERGENCY operation, the stepping mode can be by-passed during this operation. Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher. Customer settings M0041 EMCY behaviour M0198...
  • Page 84: Delay Time For Emergency Operation

    Actuator controls Failure functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 By-pass mode is deactivated. Local Stop function is even active during EMERGENCY operation. By-pass mode is activated. Local Stop function is deactivated during EMERGENCY operation. 9.3.14. Delay time for EMERGENCY operation An EMERGENCY operation is only performed once the delay time has expired.
  • Page 85: Enabling Function Behaviour

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Failure functions Setting values: Function not active Function <Local controls: enable from REMOTE> deactivated. Function <Local controls: enable from REMOTE> activated. Function active 9.4.2. Enabling function behaviour The enable behaviour determines which selector switch functions (LOCAL, OFF) require an additional enable signal.
  • Page 86: Priority Remote: Activate

    Actuator controls Failure functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 9.5.1. Priority REMOTE: activate Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher. Device configuration M0053 Application functions M0178 Activation M0212 Priority REMOTE M0770 Default value: Function not active Setting values: <Priority REMOTE> function is deactivated.
  • Page 87: Interlock: Activate

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Failure functions Information The logic for the digital inputs may be inverted. Depending on the parameter setting (e.g. Coding DIN 5 M0127), the input is either High active or Low active. Default setting is High active.
  • Page 88: Local Stop

    Actuator controls Failure functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Customer settings M0041 Interlock M0664 Running dir. Interlock M0666 Default value: OPEN and CLOSE Setting values: The enable signal is only required for operation commands in direction OPEN. OPEN CLOSE The enable signal is only required for operation commands in direction CLOSE.
  • Page 89: Partial Valve Stroke Test (Pvst)

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Failure functions Figure 54: EMERGENCY stop button on the electrical connection The EMERGENCY stop button is intended for operation in an emergency. For Information maintenance work, the mains supply of the AC has to be switched off and pro- tected against accidental switching on.
  • Page 90: Pvst: Activate

    Actuator controls Failure functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Setting value: Execute PVST (wiring diagram designation: Information The logic for the digital inputs may be inverted. Depending on the parameter setting (e.g. Coding DIN 4 M0126), the input is either High active or Low active. For safety reasons, the Execute PVST signal input is generally set to Low active.
  • Page 91: Behaviour For Pvst: Define

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Failure functions 9.9.3. Behaviour for PVST: define The test can be performed in direction OPEN or direction CLOSE. Customer settings M0041 PVST M0852 PVST behaviour M0853 Default value: OPEN Setting values: Testing by operation in direction OPEN.
  • Page 92: Pvst Reminder

    Actuator controls Failure functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 9.9.8. PVST reminder If this function is active, a signal is generated if no PVST was executed during the reminder period. Activate reminder Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher. Customer settings M0041...
  • Page 93: Monitoring Functions

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Monitoring functions Monitoring functions The monitoring functions signal a warning or a fault as soon as a certain value is Definition outside the permissible range. Faults generally cause an actuator shutdown. 10.1. Torque monitoring Torque monitoring has the following functions:...
  • Page 94: Motor Protection Monitoring (Thermal Monitoring)

    In addition, the AC cyclically (once per day) checks the motor protection monitoring for its proper function. If this check fails, the controls generate the fault indication: IE mot. prot. monitor Motor protection behaviour Required user level: AUMA (6). Device configuration M0053 Actuator M0168 Motor prot. mode M0169...
  • Page 95: Type Of Duty Monitoring (Motor Starts And Running Time)

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Monitoring functions Explosion-proof actuators = Reset Setting values: Automatic reset after the motor has cooled down. Auto Not possible for explosion-proof version ACExC 01.2 Reset Manual reset. Once the motor has cooled down, the fault has to be acknowledged (reset) manually as described above.
  • Page 96: Operating Time Monitoring

    Actuator controls Monitoring functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 On time monitoring M0358 Default value: Function not active Setting values: Function <On-time monitoring> deactivated. Function not active Function <On-time monitoring> activated. Function active Set permissible starts/h Customer settings M0041 On time monitoring M0355...
  • Page 97: Reaction Monitoring

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Monitoring functions Setting range: 00:00.0 ... 59:59.9 min:s (minutes:seconds) Display operating times Operating times can be displayed via Asset Management. Refer to <Display operating times> 10.5. Reaction monitoring The AUMATIC monitors whether the actuator moves after an operation command.
  • Page 98: Detection Time Dt

    Actuator controls Monitoring functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Customer settings M0041 Motion detector M0676 Motion detector M0675 Default value: Function active Setting values: Monitoring is deactivated. Function not active Function active Monitoring is activated. 10.6.2. Detection time dt Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher.
  • Page 99: Temperature Monitoring

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Monitoring functions Voltage 24 V AC for controlling the reversing contactors, for thermoswitches and heater within the actuator and for generating the 115 V AC auxiliary voltage for the customer (option) Internal 24 V DC power supply of the electronics components (within the controls...
  • Page 100: Verification Of Sub-Assemblies

    Heater monitoring will only respond once a fault persists longer than the set monitoring time. Short-time faults occurring for less than the set monitoring time are not signalled as warning. Required user level: AUMA (6). Device configuration M0053 Actuator M0168 Heating sys.
  • Page 101: Phase Failure Monitoring

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Monitoring functions 10.11. Phase failure monitoring Phase failure monitoring is only valid for connections to 3-phase AC power supplies. Conditions: For versions with 1-phase AC or DC, phase failure monitoring is not possible. The AUMATIC monitors phase L2. If phase L2 is missing for a certain time interval, Characteristics the AUMATIC still can send and receive signals and generates a fault indication.
  • Page 102: Functions: Activate And Enable

    Actuator controls Functions: activate and enable AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Functions: activate and enable 11.1. Activate functions Via menu Activation M0212, functions can be switched on (activated) or off (deactivated). Required user level for enabling/disabling: Specialist (4) or higher. Device configuration M0053...
  • Page 103 M1198 AUMA (6) Automatic deblocking M1678 AUMA (6) Information In user level Specialist (4), an additional activation password (depending on the serial number) is required for enabling the function. The activation password can only be assigned and generated by the AUMA service.
  • Page 104: Service Functions

    Service functions AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Service functions The functions described here may only be changed by the AUMA service or by authorised and trained personnel. Menu item Service functions is only visible, if user level Specialist (4) or higher is selected.
  • Page 105: Languages: Reload

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Service functions Device configuration M0053 Service functions M0222 Create factory settings M0225 Generates new factory settings by accepting the current settings. Restore factory setting Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher. Device configuration M0053 Service functions M0222 Reset factory settings M0226 Resets the current settings to factory settings.
  • Page 106: Actual Configuration: Accept

    Upgrade with new functions Corrective actions A firmware update can be performed in the following ways: via Bluetooth connection using AUMA CDT software on a laptop computer or via an SD card (card slot in local controls) Firmware version The firmware version can be displayed via the following menu:...
  • Page 107 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Service functions Default value: Function active Setting values: Function deactivated. Function not active Function activated. If the connection is active, the blue LED on the local controls is Function active illuminated. Addresses and device tag Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher.
  • Page 108: Diagnostics

    AUMA (6)) Hardware art. no. M0684 Menu with further items for requesting the hardware article number of the actual sub-assemblies (only visible for user level AUMA (6)) 13.2. Diagnostic Bluetooth connection Menu is only visible if function Bluetooth M0573 is activated.
  • Page 109: Diagnostic Interface

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Diagnostics Parameters Menu ID Signification Device tag M0223 Information for actuator identification within the plant (e.g. KKS designation - Power Plant Classification sys- tem) (Can be changed for user level Specialist (4) and higher) Bluetooth address...
  • Page 110: Diagnostic Position Transmitter Potentiometer

    Actuator controls Diagnostics AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Signal state at input: DIN 4: Not active (triangle not filled in) Low level = 0 V = No operation command in direction OPEN DIN 5: Active (triangle is black) Low level = 0 V = EMERGENCY operation command is available...
  • Page 111: Diagnostic Position Transmitter Mwg

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Diagnostics Required user level: Observer (1) or higher. Diagnostic M0022 Position transm. RWG M0996 The following states can be checked via diagnostic: Parameters Menu ID Signification Low limit RWG M1010 Low limit setting of RWG signal for wire break monitoring Raw val.
  • Page 112: Diagnostic Process Controller

    Actuator controls Diagnostics AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Parameters Menu ID Signification On time/h M0594 Current on time/h Starts/h M0595 Current starts/h 13.9. Diagnostic Process controller Required user level: Specialist (4) or higher. Diagnostic M0022 Process controller M0883 Menu M0883 is only visible if function Process controller M0741 is activated.
  • Page 113: 13.11.2. Interface Signals

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Diagnostics Simulation values: End position OPEN End position OPEN reached. End position CLOSED reached. End position CLOSED Torque in direction OPEN reached. Torque fault OPEN Torque in direction CLOSE reached. Torque fault CLOSE Motor protection tripped (thermal fault) Thermal fault The simulation is activated and deactivated by push button Ok.
  • Page 114: Plant Asset Management

    Actuator controls Plant Asset Management AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Plant Asset Management The <Asset Management> function provides information (operational data, signals, reports and characteristics), which can be used within an Asset Management System but also generally for support during commissioning, maintenance or corrective action.
  • Page 115: Event Report

    Event report The event report records system events and status signals. The event record can be exported to the external SD card or read via AUMA CDT software. This allows conclusions on previous actuator and valve operations, for example. Information Since the events are recorded with a time-stamp, date and time (parameter Date and time M0221) should be properly set.
  • Page 116: Characteristics

    Torque-travel characteristic Actuators with electronic control unit Conditions Actuator controls AC 01.2 (non-intrusive version) from firmware version 02.03.01 Representation of torque requirement across complete travel (resolution of 0.1 %) Characteristics During each travel, the controls continuously record the torques applied.
  • Page 117 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Plant Asset Management Figure 58: Example of torque-time characteristic – – – Set tripping torque - - - - Min. adjustable tripping torque Diagram for direction CLOSE Diagram for direction OPEN The displayed characteristics are records which were previously saved.
  • Page 118: Position-Time Characteristic

    Actuator controls Plant Asset Management AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Save characteristics 3 characteristics can be saved. Each characteristic consists of two charts (direction OPEN and direction CLOSE). When saving, data is transferred from the buffer (RAM) to the read-only memory (ROM).
  • Page 119: Temperature-Time Characteristic

    0° line ¦ Recording interrupted e.g. due to power failure AC display shows temperature evolution during one week. AUMA CDT software reads out the evolution during an entire year. The following further information is saved with the characteristic (can be requested...
  • Page 120: Motor Running Time-Temperature (Histogram)

    Actuator controls Plant Asset Management AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 The entire travel (from 0 – 100 %) is divided into 20 segments for recording the motor Characteristics running time. When passing a segment, the counter, shown as bar graph, increments. The histogram is cyclically saved once a minute, in case a change has occurred.
  • Page 121: Acceleration-Frequency (Histogram)

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Plant Asset Management 14.4.3. Acceleration-frequency (histogram) MWG position transmitter in actuator Conditions The histogram show the percentage distribution of exceeded acceleration. Exceeding Characteristics of the acceleration limits preset in the factory is recorded in ten different frequency ranges with 20 Hz each (0 –...
  • Page 122: Maintenance (Information And Signals)

    Characteristics impact on the wear of the actuator. Once one of these parameters exceeds a determined limit, actuator controls generate a signal: Status indication: S0005 Warnings (AUMA category) Details: Maintenance required Status indication: S0010 Maintenance required (NAMUR category) Details: shows the parameter(s) for which the limit was exceeded, causing the Maintenance required signal.
  • Page 123 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Plant Asset Management Figure 65: Example of bar chart The bar charts indicates the current consumption of the following lifetime accounts: Lifetime mechanics Lifetime seals (O-rings) Lifetime lubricants Lifetime contactors Maintenance interval (adjustable) Once a bar reaches the threshold (- - - ), maintenance will be required.
  • Page 124: Operating Times: Display

    Actuator controls Plant Asset Management AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Required user level: Service (5) or higher. Maintenance signals M1231 Maintenance M1644 Limit starts OPEN M1645 Limit starts CLOSE M1646 Limit turns OPEN M1647 Limit turns CLOSE M1648 14.6. Operating times: display...
  • Page 125: Corrective Action

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Corrective action Corrective action 15.1. Primary fuses The AUMATIC has to be opened to replace the primary fuses. For detailed information, refer to operation instructions for actuator. 15.2. Fault indications and warning indications Faults interrupt or prevent the electrical actuator operation. In the event of a fault, the display backlight is red.
  • Page 126 Actuator controls Corrective action AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Table 16: Warnings and Out of specification Indication on display Description/cause Remedy Config. warning Collective signal 06: Details to display a list Press push button Possible cause: of individual indications. Configuration setting is incorrect.
  • Page 127 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Corrective action Indication on display Description/cause Remedy Wrn FOC connection Warning FO cable connection is not available. Fit FO cable connection. Torque wrn OPEN Limit value for torque warning in direction Check parameter Wrn torque OPEN M0768, OPEN exceeded.
  • Page 128 Actuator controls Corrective action AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Indication on display Description/cause Remedy Mains quality Due to insufficient mains quality, the controls Check mains voltage. cannot detect the phase sequence (sequence Check parameter Tripping time M0172, of phase conductors L1, L2 and L3) within the extend time frame if required.
  • Page 129 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Corrective action Indication on display Description/cause Remedy Torque config. OPEN The set tripping torque for direction OPEN is Verify torque switching setting. outside the permissible setting range. DIN 1 configuration – Signal assignment for the indicated digital in- Reconfigure digital input.
  • Page 130 Actuator controls Corrective action AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Indication on display Description/cause Remedy Command fieldbus An incorrect operation command is available Correct operation command. at the fieldbus interface. Setpoint pos. disabled Operation commands to setpoint positions are Verify availability of function (Activation...
  • Page 131 The internal 24 V DC power supply of the Check internal 24 V DC voltage supply. controls used to provide the electronics com- ponents (sub-assemblies within the AC 01.2 controls and in the actuator) has exceeded the power supply limits .
  • Page 132 Actuator controls Corrective action AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Table 20: Status texts in menu S0001 Indication on display Description/cause Remedy Sensor failure Hardware is either defective or not available: Check or replace hardware. for potentiometer, RWG, EWG = signal loss for MWG = calibration active or Hall sensor...
  • Page 133: Appendix

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Appendix Appendix 16.1. Selection overview for output contacts and indication lights (digital outputs DOUT) Depending on the version, the AC is equipped with up to 12 output contacts (digital outputs). Table 21: Signal Description Not used –...
  • Page 134 Actuator controls Appendix AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Signal Description Actuator running Actuator is running (output drive is moving) Hard wired collective signal consisting of: Running LOCAL Running REMOTE Handwheel oper. Running LOCAL Output drive rotates due to operation command from LOCAL.
  • Page 135: Selection Overview Of Binary Signals For Digital Inputs (Din)

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Appendix Signal Description Torque wrn OPEN Torque wrn CLOSE LPV Sync Out LPV (Lift Plug Valve) synchronisation signal. Master or slave actuator are in an end position. LPV SA-OPEN Operation command in direction OPEN from the master actuator to the slave actuator (SA).
  • Page 136 Actuator controls Appendix AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Signal Description MPV: CW Position 4 Clockwise approach of position 4 MPV: CCW Position 4 Counterclockwise approach of position 4 MPV DriveCW Clockwise actuator operation MPV DriveCCW Counterclockwise actuator operation Input DIN 1 Signal for controlling output contact...
  • Page 137: Index

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Index Index 106 , 106 Change-over between OPEN - CLOSE control and setpoint Acceleration (histogram) control Acceleration-frequency (histo- Characteristics 116 , 116 , 118 , 119 gram) Closing fully/opening fully Activate/deactivate heater Commissioning Activate functions...
  • Page 138 Actuator controls Index AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Electronic device ID Identification Electronics monitoring power Indication light colour supply Indication lights EMERGENCY behaviour Indications EMERGENCY operation 79 , 81 Indications on display EMERGENGY stop Input current Enable functions Input signal Enable operation commands...
  • Page 139 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Index Main menu Partial Valve Stroke Test Mains voltage Password Maintenance Password change Maintenance required - indic- Password entry ation on display Permissible operation time Maintenance signals Permissible starts/h Menu navigation Phase failure monitoring MODE...
  • Page 140 Actuator controls Index AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Safety instructions Target configuration Safety instructions/warnings Temperature (motor) Selection overview for output Temperature indication contacts and indication lights Temperature monitoring Selector switch functions Temperature-time character- Self-retaining local istic Self-retaining Remote Temperature unit Serial number...
  • Page 141: Parameter Index

    Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Parameter index Parameter index Date and time Dead band CLOSE Dead band OPEN 0/4 mA (initial value) Deblocking attempts Delay MA direct.CLOSE Delay MA direct.OPEN 20 mA (final value) Delay SA direct.CLOSE 24 V DC customer Detect.
  • Page 142 Actuator controls Parameter index AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Handwheel active I/O interface Heat.monitor.config. IE 24 V AC Heater control unit IE bus exception Heater monitor IE config. pos. transm. Heating sys. mon. time IE EEPROM High limit AIN 1 IE fieldbus...
  • Page 143 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Parameter index Language Off time 1 Limit CLOSE Off time CLOSE Limit OPEN Off time OPEN Limit starts CLOSE Off times Limit starts OPEN Oil leakage Limit turns CLOSE Oil level Limit turns OPEN On time/h...
  • Page 144 Actuator controls Parameter index AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 PCB failure Save interval Perm.op. time, manual Scaling 44 , 44 , 45 , 45 Perm. running time/h Sel. sw. not REMOTE Phase fault 127 , 129 Self-retaining Phase monitoring Self-retaining Local Pivot point 1...
  • Page 145 Actuator controls AC 01.2/ACExC 01.2 Parameter index Temperature-time Warnings Thermal by-pass Warnings (Cfg) Thermal fault 128 , 129 Working values (AIN) 45 , 45 Time format Wrn controls temp. Time not set Wrn Dead bands Timer CLOSE Wrn event mark...
  • Page 146: Addresses

    IBEROPLAN S.A. AUMA Polska Sp. z o.o. ES 28027 Madrid PL 41-219 Sosnowiec Tel +34 91 3717130 Tel +48 32 783 52 00 AUMA Riester GmbH & Co. KG iberoplan@iberoplan.com biuro@auma.com.pl www.auma.com.pl Location Muellheim AUMA Finland Oy DE 79373 Muellheim FI 02230 Espoo AUMA-LUSA Representative Office, Lda.
  • Page 147 AUMA worldwide AUMA South Africa (Pty) Ltd. Mikuni (B) Sdn. Bhd. Mustafa Sultan Science & Industry Co LLC ZA 1560 Springs BN KA1189 Kuala Belait OM Ruwi Tel +27 11 3632880 Tel + 673 3331269 / 3331272 Tel +968 24 636036 aumasa@mweb.co.za...
  • Page 148 AUMA Riester GmbH & Co. KG P.O. Box 1362 DE 79373 Muellheim Tel +49 7631 809 - 0 Fax +49 7631 809 - 1250 info@auma.com www.auma.com Y004.735/003/en/1.15 For detailed information on AUMA products, refer to the Internet: www.auma.com...

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