Training Guide EASY 412-DC- EASY 618-AC-RC EASY 412-AC- EASY 620-DC-TC .

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Training Guide EASY 412-DC-. EASY 412-AC-. Control Relay EASY 618-AC-RC EASY 620-DC-TC 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB 1st published 1998, edition 04/98 2nd published 1999, edition 06/99 see list of revisions on page II Moeller GmbH, Bonn Author: Editor: Translator: Dieter Bauerfeind Jörg Eiserloh, Thomas Kracht Terence Osborn For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616

Caution! Dangerous electrical voltage! Before commencing the installation Disconnect the power supply of the device. Ensure that the device cannot be accidentally restarted. Verify isolation from the supply. Earth and short circuit. Cover or enclose neighbouring units that are live. Follow the engineering instructions (AWA) of the device concerned. Only suitably qualified personnel may work on this device/system. Before installation and before touching the device ensure that you are free of electrostatic charge. Connecting cables and signal lines should be installed so that inductive or capacitive interference do not impair the automation functions. Install automation devices and related operating elements in such a way that they are well protected against unintentional operation. Suitable safety hardware and software measures should be implemented for the I/O interface so that a line or wire breakage on the signal side does not result in undefined states in the automation devices. IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of the owner concerned. Ensure a reliable electrical isolation of the low voltage for the 24 volt supply. Only use power supply units complying with IEC 60 364-4-41 or HD 384.4.41 S2. Deviations of the mains voltage from the rated value must not exceed the tolerance limits given in the specifications, otherwise this may cause malfunction and dangerous operation. Emergency stop devices complying with IEC/EN 60 204-1 must be effective in all operating modes of the automation devices. Unlatching the emergency-stop devices must not cause uncontrolled operation or restart. Devices that are designed for mounting in housings or control cabinets must only be operated and controlled after they have been installed with the housing closed. Desktop or portable units must only be operated and controlled in enclosed housings. Measures should be taken to ensure the proper restart of programs interrupted after a voltage dip or failure. This should not cause dangerous operating states even for a short time. If necessary, emergency-stop devices should be implemented. All rights reserved, including those of the translation. No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form (printed, photocopy, microfilm or any otherprocess) or processed, duplicated or distributed by means of electronic systems without written permission of Moeller GmbH, Bonn. Subject to alterations without notice. For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616

List of revisions for the manual AWB 2528-1316 GB Edition Page Title New 06/99 gen. EASY 620-DC-TC EASY 618-AC-RC 4 Functions Omitted 5 “easy” at a glance 6 Mounting 6 ff. Connecting “easy” 12 EASY 6. status display 14, 23 ff. Circuit diagram elements 16 System menu 20 Menu languages 22 Startup behaviour 36 Text display (markers) 44 Available memory cards 44 EASY-SOFT 45 Technical data 47 Dimensions of EASY 6. For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB II Modified

06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Contents 1 “easy” Control Relay Simply “easy” Mounting “easy” Connecting “easy” “easy” operating principle 3 3 6 6 11 2 Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Operation of “easy” Setting the menu language Setting the time Choose “easy” operating mode “easy”-Circuit diagram elements Example: creating a circuit diagram Function relay types Example: using a function relay Basic circuits 19 19 20 21 22 23 26 30 37 41 3 “easy” Interface Socket 43 4 Technical Data Technical data “easy” models 45 45 45 Index 49 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 1

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1 “easy” Control Relay Safety information Danger of injury due to electric shock! The electrical installation and commissioning work must only be carried out by suitably qualified personnel. Do not work on the device when the power is switched on. Observe the relevant safety regulations: Switch off the power Make sure that the device cannot be switched on again inadvertently Check to make sure that no dangerous voltages are present before working on the device Cover up any neighbouring equipment which carries dangerous voltages Simply “easy” Clever switching and controlling 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB “easy” is a compact, user-friendly and low-cost control relay for simple control applications. Applications range from building and domestic automation to machine and plant control. “easy” has built-in user-friendly operating elements and an LCD display. Just connect up “easy” and draw your circuit diagram on the display by pressing the buttons on the device. “easy” works with make contacts, break contacts, and relays. For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 3

“easy” Control Relay Enter your circuit diagram in “easy” just like you sketched it on paper. “easy” has basic and advanced functions for relays, time switches and contactors, and lots more, too. You can make changes to your circuit just by pressing the buttons on the device. Time consuming rewiring is not necessary. Applications everywhere Building and domestic automation, controllers for lighting, doors, window shutters. Control ventilators, rotating doors, greenhouses, exterior lighting, window controllers, shop display lighting control. Create controllers for temperature, ventilation and brightness levels. Control machines and plant, presses, conveyor belts, oscillating conveyors, sorters, pumps. Additional functions With the help of the additional 600 units EASY 620-DC-TC, EASY 618-AC-RC - as well as the expansion of the 400 range with EASY 412-DC-TC, EASY 412-DC-TCX and EASY 412-AC-RCX, additional I/O and functions are now available, such as retentive counters, timing relays, markers and eight user-definable display texts. 4 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB The individual features of each control relay are described below.

Simply “easy” Overview of “easy” a DEL b AL T g c d ESC DEL OK AL T e ESC OK f a Power supply b Inputs c Buttons d Socket for memory card or PC interface cable e Output terminals 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB f LCD display For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 5

“easy” Control Relay Mounting “easy” Mounting on top-hat rail Hook “easy” to the top edge of the top-hat rail and hinge into place while pressing down slightly as shown by the arrows. 1. “easy” will clip into place and will be secured by the built-in spring mechanism without needing screws. 2. Connecting “easy” EASY. 6 Overview 412-DC-R. 412-DC-TC 412 AC-R. 618-AC-RC 620-DC-TC Connecting inputs Page 7 Page 7 Page 7 Page 9 Page 9 Connecting outputs Page 8 Page 8 Page 8 Page 10 Page 10 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Mounting on a mounting plate “easy” can be screwed to a mounting plate with the three device feet (available as an optional accessory).

Connecting “easy” Inputs EASY 412-DC-. l 2 mA/24 V I7, I8 2.2 mA/24 V 1 15 V 0 5V 24 V l7, l8 0V 1A Ue 24 V (20.4–28.8 V Ie 80 mA 0V 10 V ) 10 V 5V 0.5 Nm 3.5 mm 24 V 0 V 0 V l1 I2 I4 I3 I5 I6 I7 I8 0V 0 5 10 Inputs EASY 412-AC-. 264 V l1–I6 0.5 mA 230 V l1–I6 0.25 mA 115 V I7, I8 l 6 mA 230 V l 4 mA 115 V 1 79 V 0 40 V L N 1A 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Ue 115/230 V ⵑ 50/60 Hz (97–264 V ⵑ) le 40 mA 115 V 20 mA 230 V 0.5 Nm 3.5 mm L N N l1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 I8 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 7

“easy” Control Relay Outputs EASY 412-AC-., EASY 412-DC-R. 1 2 Q1 10 000 000 1 1 2 Q3 Q2 2 1 2 Q4 R L 24 V 8A 115 V ⵑ 8 A 230 V ⵑ 8 A 2A 2A 2A 1000 W 0V ,N 10 58 W 25.000 8 A/B 16 L1, L2, L3 (115/230 V ⵑ) 24 V Outputs EASY 412-DC-T. Suppressor circuit 24 V Uz 33 V Q. 24 V 24 V 0 V 0 V Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 10 A 0V 0V 8 24 V R L 0.5 A 0.5 A 5 W/24 V 0V For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB 2.5 A 24 V 20.4–28.8 V Q.

Connecting “easy” Inputs EASY 620-DC-TC I1–I6, I9–I12 3.3 mA 24 V I7, I8 2.2 mA 24 V 28.8 V 1 15 V 0 5V 24 V 0V l7, I8 ⵑ 1A 0 V 10 V Ue 24 V (20.4–28.8 V Ie 140 mA ) 10 V 5V 0.5 Nm 3.5 mm 0V 24 V 0 V 0 V l1 24 V I2 I4 I3 I5 I6 I7 I8 0 50 100 I9 I10 I11 I12 Input 24 V Inputs EASY 618-AC-RC 264 V l1–I6, I9 –I12 0.5 mA 230 V l1–I6, I9 –I12 0.25 mA 115 V I7, I8 l 6 mA 230 V l 4 mA 115 V 1 79 V 0 40 V L N 1A 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Ue 115/230 V ⵑ 50/60 Hz (85–264 V ⵑ) le 70 mA 115 V 35 mA 230 V 0.5 Nm 3.5 mm L N N 115/230 V ⵑ l1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 I8 I9 I10 I11 I12 Input 115/230 V ⵑ For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 9

“easy” Control Relay Outputs EASY 618-AC-RC 1 2 Q1 10 000 000 1 2 1 2 Q3 Q2 1 2 1 2 Q4 Q5 1 2 R Q6 24 V 8A 115 V ⵑ 8 A 230 V ⵑ 8 A 2A 2A 2A 1000 W 0V ,N 10 58 W 25.000 8 A/B 16 L1, L2, L3 (115/230 V ⵑ) 24 V Outputs EASY 620-DC-TC Suppressor circuit 24 V 24 V 0V Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Uz 33 V Q7 Q8 Q. 10 A 0V 0V Q. R 2.5 A 24 V (20.4–28.8 V 24 V 0.5 A 0.5 ) 5 W/24 V 10 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB 0V

“easy” operating principle “easy” operating principle “easy” operating buttons DEL ALT DEL: Delete object in the circuit diagram ALT: Special functions in the circuit diagram OK ESC Cursor buttons ú í ÍÚ: Move cursor, Select menu item, Choose contact numbers, values, time etc. OK: Next menu level, store your entry ESC: Last menu level, cancel your entry Moving through menus and choosing values Show system menu and Go to next menu level Select menu item Store your entry Return to last menu level Cancel your entry since the last OK ÍÚ Change menu item Change value ú í Change position P button function (if enabled): 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB ú í Input P1, Input P3, Í Input P2 Ú Input P4 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 11

“easy” Control Relay EASY 412-.status display Inputs I12345678 ââ###### MO â### Output terminals Q1234 12:50 RUN Weekday Time RUN/STOP mode â On/ # Off Status displayEASY 618-., EASY 620-. Inputs Retention Day, time Output terminals 1.5.8. RE I MO 02:00 P ST .2.5.8 RUN Debounce/P buttons Stop mode Mode 1, 2, 5, 8 On/.Off Menu display Current choice blinks in the “easy” menu PROGRAM. PASSWORD. PARAMETER PARAMETER PROGRAM. SET CLOCK. PROGRAM. SET CLOCK. 12 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Main menu with and without password option

“easy” operating principle Cursor display The cursor blinks alternately: Full blinking cursor ê/: Move cursor with ú í, In circuit diagram also with WINTER TIME DAY : MO TIME : 01ê25 ÍÚ Value M/ M Change position with ú í Change values with ÍÚ WINTER TIME DAY : MO TIME : 01:25 Blinking values/menus are shown grey in this manual. Circuit diagram menu Contacts Circuit connections/ Current paths Coil field I1-I2uT1-ÄQ1 I2-Ö1kêê êêê êê êê êê êêê êê êê êê êêê 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Connections For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 13

“easy” Control Relay Circuit diagram symbols P I Q M T C Ö A D : R S Cursor button as input Contact for input Contact for output Contact for marker relay Contact for timer relay Contact for counter relay Contact for time switch Analog comparator contact Contact for text marker relay1 Contact for jump relay 1 Reserve contact for relay1 Contact for marker relay1 Coil field I1-M2uT1-ÄQ1 I2-Ö1kêê êêê êê êê êê êêê êê êê êê êêê 1st circuit connection 2nd circuit connection 3rd circuit connection . 41st circuit connection . 121st circuit connection1 14 Only EASY 618/620 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB 1

“easy” operating principle Menu structure Main menu without optional password protection STOP: Circuit diagram menu RUN: Power flow display Main menu PROGRAM. RUN PARAMETER SET CLOCK RUN Circuit diagram STOP PROGRAM Parameter display Parameters DELETE PROG CARD. PROGRAM DELETE PROG CARD. DELETE ? PROGRAM DELETE PROG CARD. EASY - CARD CARD- EASY REPLACE ? DELETE CARD PROGRAM. RUN PARAMETER SET CLOCK. PROGRAM. EASY - CARD CARD- EASY DELETE CARD RUN PROGRAM. REPLACE ? EASY - CARD CARD- EASY DELETE CARD DELETE ? Parameter display RUN PARAMETER SET CLOCK. Parameter set Display for clock setting PROGRAM. RUN 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB PARAMETER SET CLOCK. SET CLOCK SUMMER TIME SET CLOCK SUMMER TIME WINTER TIME DAY : MO TIME : 14:05 SUMMER TIME WINTER TIME For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 15

“easy” Control Relay Main menu with password protection Main menu PASSWORD. RUN Password entry unlock “easy” Password Four wrong entries DELETE ALL PARAMETER SET CLOCK. Correct entry Status display PASSWORD. RUN System menu EASY 412-., operating system V 1.0 System PASSWORD. DEBOUNCE OFF Password entry Set password Password P ON GB D F E I Password entry Change password PASSWORD. DEBOUNCE OFF P ON GB D F E I PASSWORD. DEBOUNCE OFF P BUTTONS ON GB D F E I DEBOUNCE OFF DEBOUNCE ON CHANGE PW ACTIVATE CHANGE PW ACTIVATE Password ACTIVATE P BUTTONS ON P BUTTONS OFF PASSWORD. DEBOUNCE OFF GB D F E I ENGLISH DEUTSCH GB D F E I FRANCAIS ESPANOL ITALIANO 16 The menu functions are described in the User Guide AWB 2528-1304 GB. For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB P ON

“easy” operating principle System menu EASY 412-., operating system from V 1.2, EASY 618-AC-RC, EASY 620-DC-TC System PASSWORD. Password entry Set password Password SYSTEM Password entry GB D F E I. Change password CHANGE PW Password ACTIVATE CHANGE PW ACTIVATE PASSWORD. SYSTEM GB D F E I. DEBOUNCE OFF DEBOUNCE OFF P ON DEBOUNCE ON STOP MODE RETENTION ON DEBOUNCE OFF P ON P ON STOP MODE P BUTTONS OFF RETENTION ON DEBOUNCE OFF P ON STOP MODE RETENTION ON DEBOUNCE OFF STOP MODE P ON STOP MODE RETENTION ON RUN MODE RETENTION ON RETENTION OFF PASSWORD. SYSTEM GB D F E I. ACTIVATE ENGLISH DEUTSCH GB D F E I FRANCAIS ESPANOL 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB ITALIANO PORTUGUES1 NEDERLAND1 SWENSKA1 POLSKI1 TURKCE1 The menu functions are described in the User Guide AWB 2528-1304 GB. 1 Only EASY 6/. For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 17

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2 Operation of “easy” Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Buttons for drawing circuit diagrams Delete circuit connection, contact, relay or empty line in the circuit diagram Toggle between break and make contact Connect contacts and relays Add circuit connections ÍÚ Change value Move cursor up and down ú í Change position Move cursor to left and right Assign P buttons: ú í Input P1, Input P3, Í Input P2 Ú Input P4 Undo settings from previous OK Exit current display 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Change, add contact/relay Save setting For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 19

Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Setting the menu language Switching on “easy” for the first time Choose menu language 왘 Choose language with the cursor keys ÍÚ GB English D German F French E Spanish I Italian ENGLISH GB D F E I. EASY 600 also supports the following languages: Portuguese Dutch Swedish Polish Turkish 왘 Confirm with OK. “easy” then shows the status display ######## MO #### Q1234 01:00 STOP EASY 412-. 20 1.5.8. or RE I MO 02:00 P ST .2.5.8 RUN EASY 6. For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB I12345678

Setting the time A clock is only provided in “easy” models with the type designation “.-C”. Setting the time Switch to the Set Clock menu I12345678 ######## MO #### Q1234 14:15 STOP EASY 412-. or 1.5.8. PROGRAM. MO 02:00 PARAMETER RE I P ST .2.5.8 RUN RUN SET CLOCK. PROGRAM. RUN EASY 6. PARAMETER SET CLOCK. SET CLOCK SUMMER TIME Setting week days and time SET CLOCK SUMMER TIME WINTER TIME DAY : MO TIME : 14:15 ú í Move cursor ÍÚ Change value Save setting or Keep previous value 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Exit menu For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 21

Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Winter/summer time (DST) SET CLOCK SUMMER TIME Display: SUMMER TIME Winter time is set Display: WINTER TIME Summer time is set Toggle settings Exit menu Choose “easy” operating mode The two “easy” operating modes are RUN or STOP. RUN: “easy” processes the circuit diagram. STOP: Draw the circuit diagram. The alternating RUN/STOP menu shows either RUN or STOP as follows: PROGRAM. RUN PARAMETER STOP mode active: RUN is SET CLOCK. shown RUN mode active: STOP is shown Selectable startup behaviour With EASY 412-. units using operating system V 1.2, EASY 618-. and EASY 620-. it is possible to select the operating mode to be activated when the power supply is switched: Retentive actual values With EASY 412-DC-. using operating system V 1.2, EASY 620-DC-TC and EASY 618-AC-RC it is possible to save the actual values of markers and counters, also in the event of a power failure. 22 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Startup in “RUN” mode or Startup in “STOP” mode

“easy” circuit diagram elements EASY 412-DC-. 4 marker relays (markers) 1 timing relay 1 counter EASY 620-DC-TC, EASY 618-AC-RC 12 marker relays (markers), text display 2 timing relays 4 counters For further information see AWB 2528-1304 GB. 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB “easy” circuit diagram elements Contacts Contact type Make contact “easy” input terminal I i I1.I8 I1.I12 P button contact (cursor keys) P p P1.P4 P1.P4 “easy” output relay contact Q q Q1.Q4 Q1.Q8 Marker relay contact M m M1.M16 M1.M16 Counter relay contact C c C1.C8 C1.C8 Timing relay contact T t T1.T8 T1.T8 Time switch contact Ö ö Ö1.Ö4 Ö1.Ö4 Analog comparator contact A a A1.A8 A1.A8 Text display contact D ì – D1.D8 Jump contact : – – :1.:8 Marker relay contact S ï – S1.S8 Reserve R î – R1.R16 I i I16 I15, I16 Short-circuit detection EASY.-DC-T. Break contact EASY 412 EASY 6. For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 23

Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Relays Relay type “easy” symbol EASY 412 EASY 6. “easy” input terminal I I1.I8 I1.I12 – – P button contact (cursor keys) P P1.P4 P1.P4 – – “easy” output relay contact Q Q1.Q4 Q1.Q8 X – Marker relay contact M M1.M16 M1.M16 X – Counter relay contact C C1.C8 C1.C8 X X Timing relay contact T T1.T8 T1.T8 X X Time switch contact Ö Ö1.Ö4 Ö1.Ö4 – X Analog comparator relay A A1.A8 A1.A8 – X Text display contact D – D1.D8 X X Jump contact : – :1.:8 X – Marker relay contact S – S1.S8 X – Reserve R – R1.16 – – I I16 I15, I16 – – Short-circuit detection EASY.-DC-T. Coil Param function eter Retentive relays 24 “easy” symbol EASY 412 EASY 6. Marker relay contact M M13.M16 M13.M16 Counter relay contact C C8 Timing relay contact T T8 T7, T8 Text display contact D – D1.D8 C5, C6, C7, C8 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Relay type

“easy” circuit diagram elements Ä Basic relays with contactor function on on ä Impulse relay on on 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB S, R Latching relay For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 25

Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Example: creating a circuit diagram Interconnecting contacts and relays Conventional circuit “easy” circuit diagram Connecting up “easy” Connect S1 to “easy” input terminal I1 Connect S2 to “easy” input I2 Connect load H1 to “easy” output Q1 “easy” circuit diagram I1-I2----ÄQ1 Draw circuit in circuit diagram menu. Start Status display I12345678 ######## MO #### 13:15 Q1234 STOP EASY 412-. or 1.5.8. PROGRAM. MO 02:00 PARAMETER PROGRAM SET CLOCK. DELETE PROG RE I P ST .2.5.8 RUN RUN EASY 6. ê Insert contact “I1” Circuit diagram display I1 I1 I1 ê 26 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB ê

Example: creating a circuit diagram Insert contact “I2” I1 I1 I1 ê I1 I1 I1 I2 I1-I2 ê Draw connection between contact and relay coil I1-I2l I1-I2 ê I1-I2---l I1-I2--- ê Choose relay coil “Q1” I1-I2--- ê I1-I2--- ÄQ1 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB I1-I2--- ÄQ1 I1-I2----ÄQ1 ê For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 27

Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Change operating mode “easy” circuit diagram PROGRAM I1-I2----ÄQ1 DELETE PROG PROGRAM. RUN PARAMETER PROGRAM. SET CLOCK. RUN PARAMETER SET CLOCK. “easy” now in RUN mode Test circuit diagram PROGRAM. PROGRAM. PARAMETER SET CLOCK. PROGRAM. STOP PARAMETER SET CLOCK. Power flow display 28 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB I1-I2----ÄQ1

Example: creating a circuit diagram Operate switch “S1” and “S2” “S1” on I1-I2----Q1 I1-I2----ÄQ1 “S2” on I1-I2----ÄQ1 Relay “Q1” picks up Return to status display with ESC I1-I2----ÄQ1 I12345678 ââ###### MO â### 13:34 Q1234 RUN 12. or RE I MO 02:00 P ST 1. RUN EASY 412-. EASY 6. In the next example, a timing relay will be added to the circuit. 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Status display is activated. Choose STOP mode: PROGRAM. RUN PARAMETER SET CLOCK. For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 29

Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Function relay types Circuit diagram symbol Function relay type Timing relay with on delay with and without random switching Timing relay, off-delayed with and without random switching Timing relay, single pulse Timing relay, flashing D R C Counter relay, up/down counter Time switch, weekday/time (only in “easy” models with clock) Analog comparator relay (only in “easy” models for 24 V DC) Timing relay X Timing relay with on delay, with and without random switching ?X on TRG on on t 30 t t For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB RES

Function relay types â Timing relay, off-delayed, with and without random switching ?â on TRG on RES on t t With random switching, the relay contact switches randomly at any time up to the specified time value (shown shaded in figure). Timing relay, single pulse ü on 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB on For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 31

Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Timing relay, flashing Ü 1 Flash frequency -----------------------------2 Setpoint on TRG on RES on t t t Parameter display for timing relays 32 ü w00.00g Ä sTRG S n30.00 n yRES dT1 b Curr. time Setpoint Relay no. Parameter display (access) For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Switch function Time units Trigger (connected) Reset (not connected)

Function relay types Counter relay on CT on DR on RES 8 6 4 2 0 C 7 5 3 1 on Setpoint 6 Parameter display for counter relays 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Setpoint Opt. direction (connected) Opt. counter (connected) Reset (not connected) f0230 g0000 Ä sDIR n Ä sCNT d Ä yRES b C1 Curr. value Setpoint Relay no. Parameter display (access) For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 33

H1316G02.FM Seite 34 Freitag, 29. Oktober 1999 10:03 10 Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Time switch Example: Time switch “Ö1“ switches on Mondays to Fridays between 6:30 and 9:00 and between 17:00 and 22:30. fMO-FRg n dÖ1 ON s06:30n A OFFy09:00b fMO-FRg n dÖ1 ON s17:00n B OFFy22:30b Parameter display for time switches 34 fMO g n01:00dÖ1 ON s--:-- n A OFFy--:-- b Relay no. Channel Parameter display (access) For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Week day(s) from - to Time On time Off time

Function relay types Analog comparator Available functions: I7 I8, I7 I8 I7 Setpoint, I7 Setpoint I8 Setpoint, I8 Setpoint The analog comparator can compare voltages from 0 V to 10 V (setpoints “0.0” to “10.0”). Analog signals of sensors typically fluctuate by several millivolts. For stable set and reset switching the setpoints should differ by at least 0.2 V (switching hysteresis). Do not use any relay with contactor or impulse relay coil functions. Parameter displays for analog comparators Compare inputs “I7” and “I8“ ANALOG Input I7 Compare fctn. Input I8 I7 w8.0 Vg n § dA1 I8 y4.2 Vb Curr. value Relay no. Parameter display (access) Curr. value Compare input “I7” or “I8” with program setpoint 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB ANALOG Input I7/I8 Compare fctn. Setpoint I7 w8.0 Vg n 3.2 y § dA1 b Curr. value Relay no. Parameter display (access) For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 35

Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Text display (Marker) The markers can be used to display eight freely definable texts. Each text block can display up to 48 characters from the easy display character set (ASCII easy special characters). If the coil of a marker is “1”, the text entered via EASY-SOFT V 2.0 will be displayed. If several text markers are “1”, the next text is displayed every 4 seconds. When text marker D1 is “1” it stays displayed (fault indication). Press OK to switch to the menus at any time. Current values or parameters of function relays can be displayed in lines 2 and 3. Examples: Fault signals CAUTION ! PUMP 1 MOTOR Time with text display THE TIME IS MALFUNCTION 14:42 Showing scaled analog Display current value and values parameter of timing relay EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE 020 0 C HEAT ! TIMING RELAY 1 SETP99.00 S ACTV 42.00 S Display counter value QUANTITY PCS SETP0100 36 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB ACTV 0042

Example: using a function relay Example: using a function relay Conventional circuit “easy” circuit diagram “easy” switches H1 with 10 seconds delay. “easy” circuit diagram I1-I2----ÄM1 M1-------TT1 T1-------ÄQ1 Select marker relay Start Circuit from first example Position cursor on “Q” I1-I2----ÄQ1 I1-I2----ÄQ1 I1-I2----ÄM1 2 I1-I2----ÄM1 ê 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Select marker relay contact and connect to new For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 37

Drawing a Circuit with “easy” output relay I1-I2----ÄM1 I1-I2----ÄM1 ê I1 I1-I2----ÄM1 38 2 3 M1------ ÄQ1 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB 2

Example: using a function relay Select Trigger relay for time I1-I2----ÄM1 I1-I2----ÄM1 M1------ ÄQ1 M1-------TT1 I1-I2----ÄM1 2 M1-------TT1 ê Insert timing relay contact I1-I2----ÄM1 I1-I2----ÄM1 ê I1 M1-------TT1 M1-------TT1 2 I1-I2----ÄM1 M1-------TT1 T1 Select parameter access I1-I2----ÄM1 M1-------TT1 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB T1 2 X S Ä w g sTRG dT1 n00.00n yRES b For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 39

Drawing a Circuit with “easy” Set “10 seconds” X S Ä w g X sTRG dT1 Ä n00.00n yRES S b X 2 S Ä 2 w g sTRG dT1 w g sTRG dT1 n00.00n yRES b n10.00n yRES b back to circuit diagram Connect timing relay contact to new output relay I1-I2----ÄM1 I1-I2----ÄM1 T1 ê T1l M1-------TT1 M1-------TT1 3 3 I1-I2----ÄM1 M1-------TT1 T1-------ÄQ1 ê Switch “easy” to RUN to test circuit diagram. To display and access the parameters for the timing relay and change the time value: 왘 In RUN mode, position the cursor in the circuit diagram on the “T” of “T1” and press OK. 40 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB 왘 Test the circuit as shown for the first example.

Basic circuits Basic circuits Significance of logic values “0” Make contact open, break contact closed, relay coil not energised “1” Make contact closed, break contact open, relay coil energised Negation (NOR) I1 Q1 1 0 0 1 i1-------ÄQ1 Permanent contact --- Q1 1 1 ---------ÄQ1 Impulse relay I1 State Q1 Q1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 I1-------äQ1 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB Series connection (AND) I1 I2 I3 Q1 Q2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 I1-I2-I3-ÄQ1 i1-i2-i3-ÄQ2 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 41

Parallel connection (OR) I1 I2 I3 Q1 Q2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Changeover circuit (XOR) I2 Q1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 I3k i1u------ÄQ2 i2s i3k I1-i2u---ÄQ1 i1-I2k Latching circuit 42 I2s I1 I2 Contact Q1 Coil Q1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 I1uI2----ÄQ1 Q1k alternatively: I1-------SQ1 i2-------RQ1 For Immediate Delivery call KMParts.com at (866) 595-9616 06/99 AWB 2528-1316 GB I1 I1u------ÄQ1

3 “easy” Interface Socket The “easy” interface socket, which is hidden beneath a protective cap, lets you plug in the optional “easy” memory card or connect “easy” to a PC using the optional PC interface cable and the EASY-SOFT software. You can then copy your circuit diagrams to and from the PC and/or memory card. In addition you can draw and test your circuit diagrams on the PC before transferring them to “easy”. Memory card Memory cards are available as the optional accessory “easy-M-.K”. Each memory card can store a single “easy” circuit diagram. Information stored on the memory card is “non-volatile” (the information is not lost when the power is switched off), and thus you can use the card to make a backup copy of your circuit diagram and/or to transfer it to another “easy” device. Each memory card stores: the circuit diagram all parameter settings of the circuit diagram 06/99 AWB

06/99 gen. EASY 620-DC-TC EASY 618-AC-RC u 4Functionsu 5 "easy" at a glance u 6Mountingu 6 ff. Connecting "easy" u 12 EASY 6. status display u 14, 23 ff. Circuit diagram elements u 16 System menu u 20 Menu languages u 22 Startup behaviour u 36 Text display (markers) u 44 Available memory cards u 44 EASY-SOFT u 45 Technical data u

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