Service Instruction How to check a ProtoMat (SMCU II) with “LPKF MotionTools” Install “Lpkf Motion Tools” including “all configurations”: Start MotionTools Connection: Make a connection with the ProtoMat: Service Instruction If connection successfully established (it must show two devices with their S/N's, SMCUII and DAC1005): Status information: you can get status information about the voltages and temperatures under: "View" "Statusinformation" Parameter check: After that go to "Configuration" - "Comprehensive Parameter Check" - "Start" Service Instruction With this you can get more detailed information if the hardware is OK or not. If this ran through successfully you can try to move the axes. Axis movement: "Actions" - "Easy Move" - choose "smcu.acx" in the upper section and in the lower section "smcu.acy", choose "linear" and "mm" at both sections and press the button marked with "REF" for the zero check. After that you can enter a value and try to move the axes. I/O circuits: open menu: “Configurations” – “I/O ports” – “smcu.com.io” Service Instruction Service Instruction press “Start process” (the red status bar will become green) with the buttons of the “output section you can switch the outputs on and off: - out 3 = vacuum system switch on/off out 5 = green status light on/off out 6 = yellow status light on/off the red status light is switched in a different way and not reachable via this control. At the “input” section you can see if the I/O’s behave correctly: - in 3 = filter full in 5 = hood switch the filter full message should return “green” if: the vacuum system runs and the filter is not full. The vacuum sensor of the filter full circuit must work certainly correctly. No return, means no green sign – indicates that: - the filter is full the vacuum sensor is set wrong or defective the I/O fuse is blown or the SMCU is defective Service Instruction If the I/O fuse is blown, also the hood switch in port should not return “OK” (green) if the hood will be opened.
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