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Tmr221b9 Production Counter Reference

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Tmr221b9 Production Counter Reference

  1. 1. Timekeeper™ TMR221B9-PROD1 Reference Guide 11/08/09 1. Press Reset to select timer mode. TMR221B9-PROD1 Production 2. Turn knob to set desired time The Select button selects between setting tens of seconds and Monitoring System seconds. 3. Press the Start/Stop button to start the timer. The Mode button selects between count up and count down modes. You may change between count up and count down modes while the timer is running. In count down mode, the timer normally stops when it reaches zero. In count up mode, the timer keeps running when the preset time is reached. Press and hold the Mode button to select the beeper mode. Press and hold the Select button to set the Wrap-It-Up time. Press the Select button again to set the Green warning time. User Programmable Presets 1. Setup the timer preset time to the desired time. 2. Set the green and yellow warning times the way you want them. 3. Also, select the desired count up/down mode and The TimeKeeper TM Count Up/Down timer with beeper mode. Tallye and History Buttons 4. If you want the preset to start the timer automatically, start the timer running. This reference guide covers the TMR221B9-PROD1 5. Press and hold the desired Preset button to save model. the timer preset time, green and yellow warning  The TMR221B9-PROD1 has a 4 digit display times, timer count up/down mode, beeper mode and 3 stored presets. and timer run status. When the display changes, the settings are stored. Buttons and Controls 6. To activate the Preset, a single button press will  Timer Start/Stop. set the timer to the to the exact conditions that  Timer Reset. were saved.  Tallye Display.  Timer Mode selects count up/down. Also used to set the beeper mode.  Select button selects setting hours/minutes/seconds and warning times.  Stored Presets.  History button to archive timer values and production totals.  Knob for setting times and other values. LEDs and Displays  Display: Red LED, 4 digits, 0.56" high.  LEDs to display warning times: Green- Starting and Pausing the timer. Running; Yellow-Warning; Red-Done. The Run and Pause Buttons are used to run and pause  LEDs to display timer mode: Beeper status, the system without resetting the timer values. These Count Up/Down. buttons are connected to remote inputs IN1 and IN2.  LEDs to display tallye count status and SYNC  Press the RUN button to resume the timer. status.  Press the PAUSE button to pause the timer. Timer Mode VERSION=17 Page 1 www.alzatex.com
  2. 2. Timekeeper™ TMR221B9-PROD1 Reference Guide 11/08/09 Monitoring the production statistics from Production Counting Using a Running the Timekeeper™. Goal The Timekeeper™ can display a running goal and production actual counts, calculate and display the The Timekeeper™ can display the production Goal deviation between the goal and actual counts, and count and production Actual count. calculate and display production efficiency.  Press the Tallye button to display the Actual count. The tallye LED on the  To configure the Timekeeper™ to track a Timekeeper™will be off. running goal:  Press and hold the Tallye button to display  Press RESET to put the Timekeeper™ into the production goal. The tallye LED on the timer mode. Timekeeper™will be off.  Turn the knob to set the Takt time. This is the time is takes to produce one unit of production. Press the SELECT button to switch between minutes and seconds.  Enable mode 2 of the Auto-Reset-Start mode. See the following section for details.  Disable the beeper by selecting mode 0 of the beeper mode. See the following section for details.  Change the scale count if desired. See the following section for details.  Press the START button to start the countdown timer.  Increment the production actual count by momentarily grounding IN4. See the following section for details.  Pause and Restart as necessary the timer by pressing the Run or Pause remote buttons.  Reset the Goal and Production Actual counts by pressing and holding the HISTORY button (located on the back of the Saving and Recalling production data Timekeeper™). This action will store the The Timekeeper™ can save the current production current Production Actual count before actual count and recall the last 16 saved production resetting it to 0. actual counts. Production Counting Using a Static or  Press the Tallye button to display the current production actual count. The tallye LED will Shift Goal be off. The Timekeeper™ can display a static or shift goal and  Press and hold the Tallye button to display production actual counts, calculate and display the the production goal. The tallye LED will be deviation between the goal and actual counts, and off. calculate and display production efficiency.  Press the History button to display the archived actual production count. The tallye  To configure the Timekeeper™ to track a LED will be off. static or shift goal:  Press and hold the History button to store the  Press RESET to put the Timekeeper™ into current production actual count. The tallye timer mode. LED will be green. Once the actual count is  Press and hold the TALLYE button to enter stored the running goal and actual counts are the Goal count set mode. reset.  Turn the knob to set the static Goal. Press The history button holds the most recent 16 production the SELECT button to switch between the actual values. upper and lower display digits.  Change the Scale count if desired. See the following section for details. VERSION=17 Page 2 www.alzatex.com
  3. 3. Timekeeper™ TMR221B9-PROD1 Reference Guide 11/08/09  Increment the production actual count by RYG Indicators with the Target and grounding IN4. See the following section for Actual Count. details.  Reset the Goal and Production Actual Beeper modes 5 through 6 only. counts by grounding IN3 or by pressing and holding the HISTORY button (located on the The Timekeeper™ displays three warning indicators: back of the Timekeeper™). This action will Green warning, Yellow warning, and a red warning. store the current Production Actual count before resetting it to 0.  The Green lamp comes on when the actual  The Timekeeper™ will display the running count is greater than the target count. goal and production actual counts, and  The Red lamp comes on when the actual calculate and display the deviation and count is less than the target count. efficiency.  The Yellow lamp comes on when the system is paused. Beeper modes Red-Yellow-Green Indicators The Timekeeper™ has several beeper modes associated with the timer: Single beep; Beep at each of The Red-Yellow-Green display has two operational the warning times; and beeper disabled. In addition, the modes. beeper can be triggered when the actual count is more or less than the target count.  The RYG display works in conjunction with the Takt timer.  Press and hold the MODE button to enter  The RYG display works in conjunction with the beeper set mode. The Timekeeper™ will the Target and Actual counts. display Bn where n is a number between 0 and 3.  Turn the knob until the desired mode is set. RYG Indicators with the Takt timer.  Mode 0 turns the beeper off.  Mode 1 turns the beeper on. The beeper will Beeper modes 0 through 4 only. sound when counting complete.  Mode 2 turns the beeper on. The beeper will The Timekeeper™ displays three warning times: sound at the warning times and when the Green warning, Yellow wrap-it-up warning, and a red countdown is complete. you're done warning.  Mode 3 turns the beeper on. The beeper will sound at the warning times and when the Press and hold the Select button to set the Yellow countdown is complete. The beeper will beep steady “Wrap-It-Up” time. Press the Select button every 2 seconds until reset. again to set the Yellow blink warning time.  Mode 4 turns the beeper on. The beeper will sound at the warning times and when the  The Green lamp comes on when the timer is countdown is complete. The beeper will beep started and begins to blink at the green steady until reset. warning time.  Mode 5 turns the beeper on. The beeper will  When the Yellow warning time is reached, the beep when the actual count is equal to or Green lamp goes off and the Yellow lamp greater than the goal count. comes on.  Mode 6 turns the beeper on. The beeper will  When the timer reaches zero, the Red lamp beep when the actual count is less than the comes on and the Yellow lamp goes off. In goal count. the count down mode, the timer stops when the Red lamp turns on. In the count up mode, the timer keeps running after the lamp turns Auto-Reset-Start mode Red. The Timekeeper™ can reset and start again each time  Press the reset button on the TimeKeeperTM to its countdown reaches zero. turn off the Red lamp. NOTE: This must be set to mode 2 to enable the TAKT timer operation. VERSION=17 Page 3 www.alzatex.com
  4. 4. Timekeeper™ TMR221B9-PROD1 Reference Guide 11/08/09 counts up until the next unit is produced. Press and hold the START/STOP button to enter the (Unit address = A02) Auto-Reset-Start set mode. The Timekeeper™  Cycle time remaining This timer gets reset to displays -n where n is a number between 0 and 3. the Takt time. It counts down to zero. When it  Turn the knob until the desired mode is set. reaches zero, the timer starts count up from  Mode 0 turns the Auto-Reset-Start mode off. zero indicating the number of minutes and The DONE LED will show solid red when seconds over the desired Takt time. (Unit the countdown is complete. address = A02)  Mode 1 turns the Auto-Reset-Start mode off.  Red-Yellow-Green Indicators indicate The DONE LED will show blinking red whether current cycle time is ahead or behind when the countdown is complete. the production Takt Time.  Mode 2 turns the Auto-Reset-Start mode on.  Red-Yellow-Green Indicators indicate In timer mode the Timekeeper™ will reset whether you are ahead or behind the and restart the countdown automatically production goal. when the countdown ends. The DONE LED will blink red when the countdown is NOTE: The beeper setup determines the action of the complete. The running goal will be red-yellow-green indicators. incremented by the scale factor amount.  Mode 3 turns the Auto-Reset-Start mode on. NOTE: The msetup value must be set to “L 01” to The Timekeeper™ will reset and start display the actual cycle time. The msetup value must counting up automatically when the be set to “L 00” to display the cycle time remaining. countdown ends. The DONE LED will show See the detailed user manual for more information. solid red when the countdown portion is complete. The running goal will be incremented by the scale factor amount. Production Scale Factor The Timekeeper™ can increment the production actual count by a scale.  Display the production actual count by Pressing the TALLYE button..The Timekeeper™ will display the current count.  Press and hold the SELECT button to display the current SCALE FACTOR.  Turn the knob until the scale factor is set. Display Outputs The Production Timekeeper™ can display multiple parameters. Setup the unit address on the remote displays to capture the desired values.  Target Count. This can be a running or static production Goal count. (Unit address = A11)  Actual Count. This the actual number of units produced. (Unit address = A12)  Deviation between target and actual count. (Unit address = A13)  Production Efficiency displayed as a percentage. (Unit address = A14)  Local Display Contents. (Unit address = A00)  Takt time. This is the target cycle time. (Unit address = A01)  Actual cycle time. Each time a actual count is incremented, the cycle time is reset to zero. It VERSION=17 Page 4 www.alzatex.com
  5. 5. Timekeeper™ TMR221B9-PROD1 Reference Guide 11/08/09 Remote Inputs The timer can be started or paused by grounding the run and pause inputs respectively. The production actual count can be incremented by grounding the Count input. The production count and production goal can be reset by pressing the reset input.  IN1 – RUN. Changes the display to timer mode and starts the timer if it is paused.  IN2 – PAUSE. Pauses the timer. The timer stops, all indicators go off.  IN3 – RESET. Stores the current production actual count. The tallye LED will be green. Once the actual count is stored the running goal and actual counts are reset. NOTE: This input functions the same as pressing and holding the HISTORY button.  IN4 – COUNT. Increments the actual production count. NOTE: See the wiring diagrams for connection details. An optional optical coupler may be connected to these inputs for isolated machine control of these inputs. Setting the Button Delay Hold-off The Timekeeper™ remote inputs may be connected to various sensors. There are occasions when it is necessary to ignore button input after a trigger to prevent false counts on the tallye count input. For instance, you may be counting CD cases with a photo- sensor. The passing of a CD case increments the count, but a second, false count may occur since CD cases are clear. By setting a delay time on the count input (IN4) to 1 second, the false count will be ignored.  Press the TALLYE button. The Timekeeper™ will display the current count.  Press and hold the START button for 2 seconds or more. The display will show the delay time for input one (IN1).  Press the SELECT button 3 times. The Timekeeper™ will display the delay time for input four (IN4).  Turn the KNOB until the desired time in tenths of a second is displayed. A value of 10 = 1 second; A value of 27 = 2.7 seconds; etc.  The new value is immediately stored in EEPROM and will be restored when the power is turned on VERSION=17 Page 5 www.alzatex.com
  6. 6. Timekeeper™ TMR221B9-PROD1 Reference Guide 11/08/09 Alzatex, Inc. www.alzatex.com TMR-221E History Press Tallye , then History to display saved shift totals. Press and hold History to save shift totals, then clear current shift totals. Press Tallye to display current shift totals. Press and hold Tallye to change production goal. Tallye TM TimeKeeper SM9 Alzatex PM Speaking Up Wrap -it-up 1 Beep Done 2 Beep Start Reset Wrap-it-up Up/Dn Stop Timer Min/Sec 3 Mode Select Press and hold Select button to set wrap-it-up time. Press and hold Preset button Press and hold Mode button to turn beep off or on. to save current settings. TMR221B9 Specifications TMR221B9 - Count Up/Down timer with data logging and presets.  Auto-shutoff while operating from batteries.  RJ-11 Jack with Four Remote ground closure inputs. Timer start, Timer Stop/Tallye Count down, Reset and Tallye Count up.  RJ-11 Jack for production serial data output to operate remote displays or provide data to a computer or PLC.  RJ-11 Jack for remote control serial data input from a PLC or computer.  Controls: 9 buttons and a knob to perform various functions.  Display: 4 digit LED with 0.56” high digits.  Outputs: Production Goal, Actual, Deviation, Efficiency, Takt time, and Cycle time.  Enclosure: Black painted metal.  Dimensions: Surface mount W=4.375", L=4.5", D=1.375" (TMR221B9) Power up When the unit is first powered up all the LEDs come on and the scrolling message "Hello” is displayed in the display. VERSION=17 Page 6 www.alzatex.com

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