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Help with precitec 8010 A

Help with precitec 8010 A

Help with precitec 8010 A

(OP)
Hello

Is there anyone here that knows how to calibrate a precitec 8010 box.
What menu should i enter. Know there is one called " nozzel lost", could it be this one? If not what does that menu do?

RE: Help with precitec 8010 A

What machine and control do you have? Calibration will depend on the machine type. Not every machine builder is using the signals the same way, or taking advantage of some of the features of the 8010 box. I'm only familiar with the LVD machines, and those have an automatic calibration. You simply run a program and everything gets done for you; unless there is a hardware problem; in which case you get an alarm.

RE: Help with precitec 8010 A

(OP)
Its a finnpower lc6, and The trouble i have is that when
I run the nozzel calibration rutin on the machin it first goes
Down to feel the sheet and then go to nozzel lost and when it
Go down to 15 mm over sheet it stop and say calibration error,
Think it has something to do with the precitec box settings.

RE: Help with precitec 8010 A

Can you check the alarm log on the Precitec box? Nozzle lost is caused by a signal output by the Precitec box.
Sorry, not much else I can help you with; best would be to contact Prima power.

RE: Help with precitec 8010 A

(OP)
Prima power it is then, thanks for the help anyway

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