Control Unit

The Control Unit is the head of the AquaScan system.

There are 4 input channels, hence it can connect to either 4 CSE counters, 4 CSW or 2 CSF. It is also equipped with a COM-port and an Alarm-port which are both multifunctional. The COM-port can be used e.g. to connect to a computer or for advanced digital IO functionalities. The Alarm-port can connect to an external siren or send pulse-signals and be connected to a PLC to control pumps.

The built-in siren will notify the operator of any changes or errors during the counting. A memory-chip will store information from the last 16 counting operations.

It runs on 100 VAC to 240 VAC and has protection against overvoltage and power surges.

If power is lost, the memory will remember the last counted number before the blackout.

A combined support foot/swing handle makes it easy to position or carry the unit. The control unit can also be fitted with a mounting frame which allows it to be panel mounted. The backlit display is easy to read, even in sunlight.

The whole AquaScan System is easy to start and easy to use. After connecting a counter to each channel, just press the On/Off button in front, and the Control Unit will have the system up and running in seconds. Then it is just a matter of entering an approx. average weight and the system is ready for counting.

The Control Unit can also be fitted with a mounting frame which allows it to be panel mounted.

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Specifications

Material

Powder painted aluminum

Weight

4,5 Kg

Dimensions

270 x 118 x 275mm

Capacity

4 unit input channels

Power

10-20W

Supply

100-240VAC, 50/60Hz

Functions

  • On/off-button in front

  • Easy handling keyboard

  • Backlit display

  • Internal siren

  • Programmable alarms

  • Power interrupt memory

  • Power transient protection

Interfaces

  • PC connection

  • External siren, 115Db

  • External display, 6 digits x 100mm

  • PLC-connection for pump control

  • Pulse-signal output

  • Digital input/output

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