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E09

Module Labeller Generation 2 – Electrical Components

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The objective of this course is to minimise downtimes and sustainably increase the efficiency of the labeller. You obtain a comprehensive introduction to parametrisation on the touch screen. With this knowledge, you are able to search for faults in a targeted manner and eliminate them. In order for you to be able to track your training success at any time, you can always test your new knowledge interactively.

Target group

Electricians, electronic engineers, electro-mechanical engineers

Suitable for the following machine types

Modular labellers from year of construction 2009 onward (second generation, one touch-screen for labelling station and machine)

Requirements

Basic mechanical knowledge

Topics

  • System overview, communication and network
  • Kronesconnection diagram
  • Basics of the bus system, AS-i Safety at Work, Profibus
  • Danfoss FC300/VLT5000 frequency inverter, MCT10 software
  • Touch-screen with zenOn: type management, user management, and data back-up
  • Exchange and adjustment of the 2-in-1 encoder
  • Diagnostics, exchange of components and data back-up
  • Adjustment of the height of the docking stations and the zero reference point
  •  RPC rotary plate control system with servomotors: function, parametrisation, diagnostics, motor exchange
  • Labelling stations (cold glue, Autocol, APS3, Canmodul)
  • Function, diagnostics, and trouble-shooting
  • Data back-up

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Module Labeller Generation 2
Electrical System
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Valentina D'Ascanio

Valentina D'Ascanio

Krones AG
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Böhmerwaldstraße 5
93073 Neutraubling
Germany

t: +49 9401 70-6414
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Training program 2014

Here you will find the seminar programme 2014 for Germany, the USA and United Kingdom and Ireland.

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