The perfect solution for every challenge: from manual label dispensers for simple applications to semi-automatic units, from printing and labeling systems that print individual labels in batch size 1 directly before dispensing to complete labeling systems, which are part of our standard portfolio, all the way to highly complex and individualized custom machines!
Ever-increasing production volumes and ever more exacting expectations mean that manual labeling of packaging and products is often no longer sufficient. For many companies, therefore, a labeling machine offers the ideal solution and / or has long been standard practice.
11 Operating Instructions HERMA SAFETY 1.2 Safety notes! Pay attention to the following basic safety notes: Check operatability of protective equipment before setting into operation for the first time. Check operatability of protective equipment each time before setting to work. Non-operational protective equipment has to be replaced or repaired immediately. Technical status of protective equipment has to be inspected by competent staff on a regular basis, at least once a year. If safe operation of the machine can no longer be guaranteed it has to be put out of action immediately and be secured against further use. Machine may be operated by trained staff only. Carry out supplementary training. Give instructions for safe operation. Process only products that are suitable for the machine. Safety switches must not be bypassed. The method of cleaning given in this manual must be observed. Use original spare parts and accessories only. Machine must not be modified. Carefully store these operating instructions. On reselling the machine this manual must be passed on to the new owner.! Attention: The user is solely responsible for injuries or damage caused by improper use that is not in accordance with the instructions in this manual. Read before use! 11
23 5 Putting into Operation and Operation i Labellers which are part of a larger machine structure are usually switched on with the main switch for the entire setup (see also separate manual). Single labellers are put into operation as shown here. >Connect power plug with mains. 1 > Press switch-on key 1 at the applicator. The machine is ready to operate. 2 3 Pressing button 2 will dispense a label. Pressing button 3 twice (quickly) will activate or deactivate the optional printer. For more functions of this key see section on page 25.! Important: When inserting a new label reel always dispense at least two labels manually with the help of the key! This will teach in the label length / max. label cycle. 23
25 Operating Instructions HERMA 400 PUTTING INTO OPERATION AND OPERATION Design Applicators HERMA 400 are operated via the keys of the key pad and the display. The display allows entry and adjustment of applicator parameters. Basic values, such as e.g. the start delay of the applicator, may be set either here or as well via optional potentiometers (in an external housing or in the control box). Key pad Display Key pad Keys of the key pad have the following function (provided the applictor is not connected to a PLC; in that case the functions of the keys may be disabled. See the respective remark.): Applicator ON/OFF The LED of the key is on if the drive is ON. (Function available if not jumper Remote is set on X27. In that case switching on/off would be effected via pin X10.6) Manual feeding You can manually feed a label by pressing this key. Important: When inserting a new label reel always dispense at least two labels manually with the help of the key! (Function available if jumper Feed is set on X27. If the jumper is not set feeding can be effected via external signal only) Function key There are several functions for this key (see following table). 25
32 5 PUTTING INTO OPERATION AND OPERATION Operating Instructions HERMA Speed of the applicator (Quick Menu parameter) m/min Select Range: 4/8/12 m/min, 3 20, 3 30, 3 40, 3 80,, m/min With the help of this parameter the speed of the label web can be adjusted. Minimum and maximum speeds correspond to the performance of the drive used. When using a master encoder this parameter will adjust the speed for manual feeding (after pressing the key ) Speed of the product (Quick Menu parameter, optional) m/min Select Range: Max m/min. With the help of this parameter the speed of the product to be labelled can be adjusted. The speed can be adjusted, i.e. this parameter is available, for all application types except for rigid beak, pivot beak, and type 211. When using a master encoder the product speed can only be read. Specifying the product speed may be required if there is a difference between product and label speeds. In such case specifiying the product speed can ensure a highest possible positioning accuracy. 5.4 Potentiometers Basic values of the applicator may optionally be adjusted via potentiometers as well. In that case these values can be adjusted via display only if the voltage at the analog input is less approx. 0.1V. Expressed in other words: in order to be able to adjust these values via display potentiometers must be set to 0 (zero). If the voltage at the analog input is high enough this will be shown in the display: Analog instead of Select The corresponding value can be read at but not be modified via the display. 32
35 Operating Instructions HERMA PUTTING INTO OPERATION AND OPERATION Dead time calculation: Select this setting to enter in parameter 116 the difference / the distance between the two labels dispensed above Master enc. transfer Label pos. difference This parameter will appear only if parameter 110 (available only for Technical Service) is set to 02 Master encoder and parameter 115 is set to auf Dead time calculation. With PWL2 only. Enter the difference / the distance in mm between the labels dispensed above (parameter 115). The dead time determined will be entered in parameter 117 after pressing the key Masterenc. transfer Start compensation This parameter will appear only if parameter 110 (available only for Technical Service) is set to 02 Master encoder and parameter 115 is set to auf Production. With PWL2 only. Here, the dead time / start compensation determined in parameter 116 will be entered and may be adjusted manually if needed. This value corresponds to the one in parameter Start signal Rising edge (stand.): Web transport is started with detecting the rising edge of the label. Sensor mark: Web transport is started on detection of a sensor mark. Use parameters 141 through 143 for specifying. Start inhibit: Start of web transport is inhibited on a distance determined with parameter 144. Falling edge: Web transport is started with detecting the falling edge of the label Mark field 1 This parameter will appear only if parameter 140 is set to 01 Sensor mark. With PWL2 only. The length of sensor mark field 1 (the distance in front of the actual mark) Mark field 2 This parameter will appear only if parameter 140 is set to 01 Sensor mark. With PWL2 only. The length of sensor mark field 2 (the distance of the actual mark) Mark field 3 This parameter will appear only if parameter 140 is set to 01 Sensor mark. With PWL2 only. Optional. The length of sensor mark field 3 (the distance behind the actual mark) Start inhibit distance This parameter will appear only if parameter 140 is set to 02 Start inhibit. With PWL2 only. The distance on which a start signal is to be inhibited (suppressed) after one start signal was received. 35
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