Installation and use manual electronic controller Logik 103 (Code 0KLC5Z5B)

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1 Installation and use manual electronic controller Logik 103 (Code 0KLC5Z5B) ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS DESCRIPTION Logik 103 is a industrial electronic controller for the proper operation/management of a screw compressors room with 4 units connected max. (if the alarm relay is set as operating of the 4 th compressor), working pressure up to 15 bar. Thanks to three different operating principle selectable via software (Balance hours Priority Smart), Logik 103 can meet the different needs of each installation type, always having as main target: 1) the maximum efficiency of the system granting a constant pressure in line. 2) energy saving. Thanks to the time-keeper assembled in, you can set 4 bands of operation and each band programmed according two different working pressure set. Rev Page 1

2 INDEX TECHNICAL FEATURES Page 3 OPERATING PRINCIPLE Page 4 CAUTIONS Page 5 MOUNTING TO THE WALL Page 6 ELECTRICAL DRAWING AND LEGEND OF THE CONNECTIONS Page 7 MAIN VISUALIZATION Page 9 PROGRAMMING Page 10 1 INFO Page 10 2 PASSWORD Page 11 3 VISUALIZATION SETUP Page 11 4 PLANT SETUP Page 12 5 PRESSURES Page 14 6 TIMER Page 15 7 MAINTENANCE Page 16 8 ALARMS Page 17 9 GSM UNIT Page RESET Page 19 DISPOSAL Page 19 WARRANTY Page 20 EDITION LIST Page 20 CE CONFORMITY DECLARATION Page 21 Rev Page 2

3 TECHNICAL FEATURES Power supply: 230 V ~ ± 10 % - 50/60 Hz Consumption: ~ 25 m.a. Insulation class: Protection degree: IP30 Working temperature: C with 90% RH (non condensing). Storage temperature: C Grey box: ABS auto-extinguishing (V0) Connections: screw terminals Nr. 3 function key + nr. Start/Stop button Nr. 1 input for pressure transducer 4 20 ma, working range 0 15 bar Nr. 1 serial port RS232 for connection to GSM Unit (code 0JLC5L5B) Visualization through back-light graph LCD (128 x 64 dots) Nr. 1 time-keeper, accuracy 0,1% with no rechargeable buffer battery: electrical life over 10 years Nr. 4 relay with contact 8 (2) A- 250V~ for: operating compressor operating compressor 4 or alarm output with free contacts Logik 103 is provided with nr. 1 pressure transducer (working range 0 15 bar), 4 20 ma 2 wire with stainless steel membrane AISI 316L. Weight : ~ g The controller switches OFF due to micro-power > 300 m.sec. Rev Page 3

4 CAUTIONS Logika Control informs you that: - the controller is not a safety device and software is class A (see EN ed EN ) - any changes or modifications of the LOGIK 103 and / or operations carried out in disagreement with what is described in this manual will invalidate the warranty and void the original Declaration of Conformity; - the values refer to the technical LOGIK 103 (SEE TECHNICAL FEATURES - PAGE 3), drawings and other records are the property of Logika Control s.r.l. which reserves all rights; - the installation must be performed by qualified personnel as required by law in the country of installation and it requires the user before installation to verify that the electrical system corresponds to the nominal supply voltage of LOGIK 103 (SEE SPECIFICATIONS - PAGE 3); - Logik 103 must be installed in closed ambient possibly in the compressors room; - on Logik 103 power net you have to place an insolator switch; - Logik 103 is not a safety device and software is Class A (see EN and EN ): the installer will provide any safety devices if necessary; - Logik 103 is not intended to be used in potentially explosive atmospheres; - don t wash the box oc Logik 103 by water jet. Rev Page 4

5 OPERATING PRINCIPLE The panorama of compressed air systems is represented by a very large and different scenery. Nowadays there is no industry that does not have a compressor room for which you often have to deal with different issues related both to the expansion of facilities (ie a new machine management needs of an ever-growing air) that the simple management of the compressors to allow a homogeneous use. The Logik 103 provides the ideal solution for every need with the flexibility given by three different types of work: Balance hours - Priority - Smart. Each of the three working principles pursues the same target, namely to ensure a constant pressure in line to ensure optimal system performance: the Logik 103 places into service or stop the compressor considered the most appropriate or unnecessary, depending on air demand and this objective can be achieved just by three different principle mentioned above. - BALANCE HOURS: for installation consisting of compressors of the same power where you want to use the machines alternately and obtain even wear. You can set a time after which the machine will rotate among them according to the FIFO principle (First In First Out): the compressor, which was first placed in service will be the first to be excluded. - PRIORITY: for installation where the installer / end user decides the priority of the compressor (ie the sequence of action) by assigning them a number (lower number = higher priority). This is a principle useful for those systems disproportionately evolved over time where an intelligent operation would risk the exclusion of certain machines because never felt enough or too big. Then selecting the priority system and knowing the consumption, the Logik 103 will operate the machines in accordance with a pre-selected setting. - SMART: operating principle to obtain the best performance by optimizing the power consumption (saving). - By setting the rating system will be arrested or put into service the compressors according to the actual air consumption; consumption detected by the fall or increased. Thanks to other parameters in the section on programming, Logik 103 ensure significant energy savings for a plant always reactive to any changes in the pressure. Rev Page 5

6 MOUNTING TO THE WALL Use the controller as template and fix it through the 4 Fisher tiles (C) provided (tiles 5mm self-threading screw TC 3,5 x 38 mm). Open the cover by the 4 screws (A), unhook the connector (B) to take the cover out and make the electrical connection more easy. The electrical connection must be carried out by authorized personnel according the electrical drawing below and related legend and in power off status, so pay attention the isolator switch that CRS1 depends on the power supply is in OFF position. NOTE: for electrical connections, open the holes pre sliced and use the sleeves (D) provided ( 16 mm) where the related rigid pipes have to be inserted to run a fixed connection according to the current regulations. ATTENTION: the connection to the electrical grid must be carried out as last operation. Rev Page 6

7 ELECTRICAL DRAWING AND LEGEND OF THE CONNECTIONS Logik 103 is provided with nr. 6 sleeves for rigid pipe 16 mm to be used for the electrical connections otherwise the protection IP30 is missed. To grant the IP protection degree to the device, keep closed the holes unused for the electrical connections. NOTE: in case alarm relay is used by operating the 4 th compressor, see always drawing A or B below according the connection. LEGEND TRMINAL M1: alarm relay 8 (2)A. 230Vac or operating compressor 4 TERMINAL M2: relay operating compressor 1 TERMINAL M3: relay operating compressor 2 TERMINAL M4: relay operating compressor 3 TERMINAL M5: connection to GSM UNIT TERMINAL M6: pressure transducer 4/20mA (0 15bar or 0 50 bar) (Pole1 = negative Pole2 = positive) TERMINAL M7: Power Supply 230Vac TERMINAL M8: connection to control panel Rev Page 7

8 NOTES ON CONNECTIONS TO LOGIK 103 Before you make the connections, put the compressors OFF and check out the way of control: if they are provided with input to remote start / stop follow connection A, on the other way act on the electromechanical pressure switch and follow the connection B. A-REMOTE START/STOP With parameter (Relay operation) set ON, connect the poles 1 and 2 of the terminal M1 (if the 4 th compressor is connected) - M2 - M3 - M4 to the remote start/stop input of the compressor; with parameter set OFF connect the poles 1 and 3 of the terminal M1 M2 M3 M4 to the remote start/stop input of the compressor (default ON). PAY ATTENTION: decreases by 0.5 bar the start pressure and increases by 0.5 bar the Stop pressure on the machine respect to the working pressures set on Logik 103. B-ELECTROMECHANICAL PRESSURE SWITCH With parameter set ON, connect the poles 1 and 2 of the terminal M1 (if the 4 th compressor is connected) - M2 - M3 - M4 in series to the pressure switch; with parameter set OFF, connect the poles 1 and 3 of the terminal M1 - M2 - M3 - M4 in series to the pressure switch (default ON). PAY ATTENTION: decreases by 1.0 bar the start pressure and increases by 1.0 bar the Stop pressure on the machine respect to the working pressures set on Logik 103. NOTE: The pressure switch contact must occur electromechanical closed before turning on the Logik 103. SCHEMA DI COLLEGAMENTO LOGIK 103 GSM UNIT (0JLC5L5B) GND NC TX NOTE: the communication cable between Logik103 and GSM UNIT must be 4 poles, shielded (the shield must be connected to one pole GND only) and no longer than 3 meters. M5-Logik 103 RX 1 NC M1 GSM Unit NOTE ABOUT THE TRANSDUCER The pressure transducer must be mounted on the air tank and always in an upright position to prevent condensation. If the distance from the controller is longer than 5 meters, use a shielded cable 2x0, 5mm ² and ground only one end of the screen. The maximum distance should not exceed 50 m. Note: be careful to place the pressure transducer in an upright position to prevent condensation from getting clogged. NOTE ABOUT THE ALARM RELAY In case the 4 th compressor is not connected, you can use the alarm relay (free contacts, output terminal M1) to operate an alarm signal (light or siren) that will be activated permanently with shut-off alarm and intermittently with visual warnings. Rev Page 8

9 MAIN VISUALIZATION Power on and the display shows the message Logika Control Logik 103 for 3 seconds and then the following visualization: X.Xbar Pressure detected Menu Pushing the start button, the display visualizes the following 7, According # of compressors 7.5 bar P.Start P.Stop MENU ESC FUNCTION: in any part of the menu, hold down the button you return to the main display. for about 2 seconds and QUICK SETTING START AND STOP PRESSURE Change the Start pressure by pushing : function P.Start change into +, P.Stop into - and starts blinking; change the value by and/or and confirm it by : the value stops blinking. Change the Start pressure by pushing : function P.Start change into +, P.Stop into - and starts blinking; change the value by and/or and confirm it by : the value stops blinking. MEANING OF THE ICONS = start and stop of the compressors operated by clock (visualized while activated only) 1 = comp. stop 1 = comp. Working 1 (blinking) = running upload to stop 1 P2 =out of service for maintenance = second pressure level enabled = alarm in = maintenance timer expired ANTIPANIC FUNCTION In any settings menu and / or views, after 300 seconds from the last pushing any key, the controller shift back to the main display without saving any changes not confirmed. FUNCTION LCD ENERGY SAVING After 1 minute of the last pushing any key, the backlight of the display turns off to on again by pushing any key. Rev Page 9

10 PROGRAMMING (Advisable to set with controller OFF) To enter the programming, push the button below the function Menu (shown in reverse) to the left of the display so you enter the main flow which includes the following: 1 Info 2 Password-Change password 3 Visualization setup 4 Plant setup 5 Pressures 6 Weekly program 7 Maintenance 8 Alarms 9 GSM Unit 10 Reset To select each sub-menu always use th arrow buttons and confirm by to enter in. NOTE TO PARAMETER SETTING To modify the parameters, select the desired one using the arrow keys and confirm by ; always with the arrow functions select the new value and confirm it by. Flowing down the menu and overcoming the last parameter, the display shift back to the previous visualization. 1 INFO For each compressor the display visualizes in the following values in sequence: total working hours starts/hour maintenance timer elapsed (if enabled) and software release of the controller. Visualization comes through arrow buttons. WORKING HOURS C h C h When the maintenance timer is elapsed the display visualizes the symbol ; enter into Info menu to visualize the messages related to the maintenance timer elapsed; to reset the message and related key symbol push when the display shows message in. NOTE: if you reset the maintenance messages by only, they will be visualized again after 16 hours until you don t reset them into Reset menu. Code Meaning M1- C Change air filter M2- C Change oil filter M3- C Change separator filter M4- C Change oil M5- C Check compressor NOTE: # are related to the compressor connected Rev Page 10

11 2 PASSWORD (no default code) From main menu, selecting Password and pushing you enable the controller to enter the password and protect some parameters-menu by any tampering of unauthorized personnel. The procedure to enter the password is the following: 2 Password 2 Password X-- X X X By the arrow key select the first digit and confirm by ENTER function and shift to the second one and so the third. Once the last digit has been confirmed and the password is correct, the display shift back to the previous menu without shown Password menu. In case the password is not correct, the display visualizes the PASSWORD WRONG. Once the password has been enabled to be able to enter into the protected setting you have to select Password again and enter the code you enter previously. PASSWORD MISSED AND/OR CHANGE PASSWORD!!! In case you forget the password you have to disconnect the power supply to the controller, then restore power line while holding down and for about 5 seconds. During this time the display shows the blinking message Reset Password ; when the message change into Password reset stop holding down the arrows button. To enter new password follow the instruction step 2. 3 VISUALIZATION SETUP In this menu you can set the parameters related to the visualization of the controller. To edit the setting select the parameter desired by the arrow function and confirm by ; always by the arrow buttons select the new value and confirm by. 3 - Visualization setup English BAR :23 Gio 26/02/2011 DLS/Summer = Yes Once you set each single digit, the number is replaced automatically into X to protect by unauthorized views. Select language for display messages (default ITALIAN) Pressure measurement unit: bar/psi (default bar) Display contrast Setting date/time and automatic change DLS/Summer time if YES has been selected Rev Page 11

12 4 PLANT SETUP (Password) Very important for optimal management and high system efficiency is the setting of the parameters into this menu. Below you can find the settable parameters with related default values, setting range and operating principle. Enable the editing of the parameters by selecting them with Arrow keys and confirm by ; till by arrow keys select the new value and confirm it by. 4 Plant setup 1-Operating principle 2 Comp. nr. 3 Comp. parameters 4 Tank capacity 5 Delay stop 6 Delay start 1-Comp. Nr. (default 2): enter the number of compressors connected to Logik 103: setting range 2 4. PAY ATTENTION: parameter visualized while controller is OFF only. NOTE: by selecting 4 the terminal M1 configures 4 th compressor management automatically. 2-Compressors parameters By confirming this parameter the display visualizes Set the following parameters for each compressor: 4-3-Comp. parameters Comp. nr.1 Comp. nr.2 Comp. nr.3 Comp. nr Air flow: set the air flow of the compressor: Air flow l/min. Step 50 l/min default Priority: set the priority of each compressor in the management of the plant: Priority 1 4 1=highest priority default Priority set: managing start/stop of the compressors under timer operation (see chapter 6 TIMER) is possible to change automatically the priority of the compressor into the 4 different working bands available (Set1 Set2 Set3 -Set4) where Set1 is the setting on parameter Priority. Priority set Set2 Set3 Set4 1 4 default Loading time: set the time passing from starting motor and open the load solenoid valve: Loading time sec. Step 1 sec. default Unload time: set the unload time Unload time sec. Step 1 sec. default Safety time: it is the time to elapse between the shutdown and subsequent restart of the compressor: Safety time sec. Step 1 sec. default Starts/hour (default OFF): OFF: the starts/hour counting is just visualized on INFO menu and the following parameter is not in. ON: the display visualizes the following parameter where to set the max. starts/hour of the motor allowed. If the compressor reaches the setting value, it will be operated if strictly necessary only to keep the pressure in the working range set. In case the compressor overcomes the setting value, the controller visualizes the related warning (it s not a shut-down alarm) and store it into the alarm list; once the hour is elapsed the counting is erased and start again. Starts/hour 6 20 h. Step 1/h Default 12 Rev Page 12

13 10 - Working hours: set the operating hours of the compressors, if existing, at the time of installation of the controller: Working hours h 100 h x passo default 0 3-Tank capacity: setting l (Step 100 litres) default Take into consideration further secondary tanks and plant volume, if any. 4-Delay STOP: 0 20 seconds default 0. Before to stop the compressor, the controller start this timer; once the timer is elapsed if the control algorithm till needs to stop the compressor, it will be done. 5-Delay START: 0 20 seconds default 0. Before to start the compressor, the controller start this timer; once the timer is elapsed if the control algorithm till needs to start the compressor, it will be done. NOTE: delay stop and delay start have the function to manage dynamic control of the compressors more reactive or slower. 6-Power ON: confirm and visualize the followings: 1 T start comp. 2: seconds default 120 seconds. Once this timer is elapsed if the pressure has not reached the stop pressure, the controller starts the second compressor and third one also if necessary 2 Compressor: 1 4 select the compressor has to start every first starting of the day. 7-Restart: confirm and visualize MANUAL/AUTOMATIC default MANUAL. MANUAL: in case of black-out when the power is ON again, the controller keep in OFF status, compressors are stopped and the display visualizes the code alarm AL.B.3 (POWER FAULT). AUTOMATIC: in case of black-out when the power is ON again, the controller restart to manage the compressors according the working pressure after a safety time of 120; during timer in progress, the display visualizes the message Power OFF. 8-Balance hours: by this parameter you can balance and align the working hours of the compressors after first starting of the controller; confirm and visualize 1-Align hours: OFF ON / Default OFF OFF: the alignment of the hours is not operated ON: the compressor with less working hours has higher priority during the operation 2-Working hours: h default 100 once this timer is over, the compressors rotate among them according FIFO principle, except to start in case of need by air demand. 9-Reserve compressor: confirm and visualize NO/YES default NO NO: no one compressor managed as emergency unit. YES: enter the number of the compressor you need to operate in emergency situation only; it means while the pressure goes down the value set on P6 low pressure alarm or in case one or two compressors are out for maintenance. 10-Relay operation: ON/OFF default ON NOTE: parameter visualized by controller in OFF only. ON: connect the compressor to the relay in the position NC (Normally closed). In case of failure of the Logik 103 or power failure the compressors shut down. OFF: connect the compressor to the relay in the position NO (Normally open). In case of failure of the Logik 103 or power failure, the compressors will continue to work through their own pressure sensor. Rev Page 13

14 11-Model (default SMART) select the operating principle amongst: Smart Priority Balance hours Once you select the operating principle, Logik 103 will visualize only the related parameters. 5 PRESSURES This menu allows to set all parameters related to the pressure and alarm, as reported below. For selecting and confirm the data, use the arrow buttons and as for the other sub-menu. Description Setting range Default Password P1-Top range transducer ,0 bar X P2-High pressure alarm (P3+0,5) (P1-0,5) 10,0 bar X P3-Stop pressure (P4+0,2) (P2-0,2) 8,0 bar P4-Start pressure 3 (P3-0,2) 7,0 bar P5-Offset transducer -2,0 +2,0 0 bar X P6-Low pressure alarm (P4-0,5) 3 6,0 bar X P7-P. Stop 2nd level (P8+0,2) (P3+0,5) 7,5 bar P8-P. Start 2nd level 3 (P7 0,2) 6,5 bar NOTE: alarm P6 reset automatically while pressure overcomes the value set on P4. Rev Page 14

15 6 TIMER This menu allow to manage start and stop of the compressors room through the time-keeper in the controller. Confirm the selection and visualize 1 Timer OFF: confirming OFF the weekly timer is disabled and sublevels not visualized. Confirm ON: the weekly timer is enabled and sublevels visualized. Select 2-2 livello Press.: OFF: confirm OFF and the programming Of the second pressure level is not enabled. Confirm ON: the programming of the second pressure level is enabled. Select 3 Priority set to enable the different priority to operate by timer set on parameter 3 Priority set under 2 Compressor parameters. Select and confirm 4 Programming to visualize the label for the weekly timer on 4 time levels. Enter the program label and Monday starts blinking. Select the day of the week you need to start setting by the arrow keys and confirm by Enter: P1 starts blinking to indicate start/stop values are related to the parameters P3 and P4 and ON and OFF times are related to the start and stop of the plant; if you set P2 instead of P1, ON and OFF times you re going to set are related to the parameters of the 2 nd pressure level P7 and P8. 6 Timer 1-Timer OFF 2-2 press. level OFF 3-Priority set OFF 4-Programming 6 Timer 1-Timer ON 2-2 press. Level ON 3-Priority set ON 4- Programming After you confirm P1 or P2, the symbol S1 (visualized only if the parameter 3 Priority set under menu 2 Compressor parameters is enabled) will start blinking to indicate you can set the priority according the related working bands: select the priority set by the arrow buttons and confirm by Enter. Then the first ON time starts blinking: set it by the arrow keys and confirm by Enter; now the OFF time starts blinking and so on to the next ones; after the confirmation on the last OFF time by Enter, the LCD shift to visualize the message below giving the possibility to copy the setting to the next day: MON P1 S1 ON 07:30 OFF 12:30 P1 S1 ON 13:30 OFF 16:30 P1 S1 ON 16:30 OFF 18:30 P1 S1 ON 18:30 OFF 20:30 COPY PREV. DAY? Push Enter if you need to copy the setting; if you do not want to copy and set the next day manually push one of the two arrow button. the next day starts blinking; by Enter you can confirm on the next days the setting already done on first day or change a described above. After last setting the display shift back to 5- Weekly program. - When the weekly program is enabled, the main visualization of the display shows the clock icon on the upper left side. - When the 2nd pressure level is enabled, the main visualization of the display shows P2 on the upper left side. - When the compressors plant is under clock operation, it is possible to force stopping by simply pushing Start/Stop: it is possible to come back to clock management by keeping pushed 5 seconds the Start/Stop button again. - When the compressors plant is under clock operation, it is possible to force starting by pushing 5 the Start/Stop for 5 seconds: it is possible to come back to clock management by simple pushing the Start/Stop button again. Rev Page 15

16 7 MAINTENANCE (Password) By this menu is possible: - exclude the compressors you have to carry out service and eventual operation of the emergency compressor, if selected (see menu Plant setup); - set the maintenance timer of each compressor - visualize the related counter Confirm Maintenance and the display visualize: 1 Activate timer OFF 4 Exclude compressors 7 Maintenance 1 Activate timer 4 Exclude comp. 7-1 Exclude comp. Compressor - 1: ON-OFF Compressor - 2: ON-OFF Compressor - 3: ON-OFF Compressor - 4: ON-OFF If you need to set the maintenance timer to get related warning messages to carry out service, confirm Activate timer and change OFF into ON by visualizing the related label. 7 Maintenance 1-Activate timer 2- Set hours 3-Counters 4-Excude compr. ON 7-2 Set hours Compressor1 Compressor2 Compressor3 Compressor Comp. Nr.1 M1-Change air filter 2000 h M2-Change oil filter 2000 h M3-Change sep. filter 4000 h Set the maintenance timer by selecting and confirming 2 Set hours: the display visualize the label to select the compressor number to set the maintenance hours and shift to the related setting label. Maintenance parameters list settable to each compressor: Description Setting range Deafult M1-Change air filter h h M2-Change oil filter h h M3-Change separator filter h h M4-Change oil h h M5-Check compressor h h 1) If the new vaule is lower than counting in progress, the counter stops. 2) The counting is related to ON time of the relay of each compressor and it comes backwards: when the counter reaches 0, the related warning message is visualized on the display and the timer goes on as negative counting. 3) Storage of the time comes every 15 minutes; in case of black-out during the counting, you lost 15 minutes fraction of time. 4) If you set M5 to the parameter is disabled and related alarm as well. Select and confirm Counter to visualize the label to select and confirm the compressor number and show the related counter in progress. Select and confirm Exclude compressor by the label 7 Maintenance or 7 Maintenance 1 Activate timer ON 2 Set hours 3 Counters 4 Exclude compr. The display shows the label to select the compressor/s to put out of service for eventual maintenance without any stop for the plant. Select and confirm the compressor/s you need to put out of service and by the arrow change ON into OFF. Remind to put compressor/s ON once maintenance is over. 1 Activate timer OFF 4 Exclude compr. 7-4 Exclude compr. Comp - 1 ON Comp - 2 ON Comp - 3 ON Comp - 4 ON Rev Page 16

17 8 ALARMS This menu displays the warning messages detected by the controller: the list contains the last 20 alarms saved; the twenty-first erases the first one and so on. If there are no alarms in memory the displayed visualizes the message No alarms stored. In case of alarm the alarm relay RL4 (if used as alarm relay) is activated (continuously for shut-down alarm and intermittent for visual warnings and alarm messages) and the display shows the symbol : the key switch into AL (ALARMS); push it and the display visualizes the alarm codes detected with date and time: flow up/down them by the arrow keys. Once the alarm cause has been settled, push to visualize the alarm list: select by the arrow keys and confirm by to reset them; in case of automatic reset, wait for the values comes into the working range. Meaning of alarm codes: System shut-down alarm: AL.B.x Code Cause Meaning AL.B.0 Setting data lost AL.B.1 P. > set P2 High pressure AL.B.2 P.1 Pressure transducer failure AL.B.3* Power Fault Black-out Note: AL.B.3 is visualized if parameter 07 in Plant setup is set into manual; in case of automatic restart after power off, the alarm is not visualized and the display shows the message Power OFF : once the safety timer is over the plant restart automatically. COMPRESSOR SHUT-DOWN In case of shut-down alarm, the controller stops the compressor and the display visualizes SHUT-DOWN with related code alarm. Once the cause has been solved push to put the controller in OFF status. System visual (warning) alarms: AL.W.x Code Cause Meaning AL.W.1 P < set P6 Low pressure AL.W.2 Time-keeper failure Start and stop not managed by clock AL.W.3-x Starts/hour > set 04 NOTE: AL.W.01 is enabled to detect at the starting of the system once the pressure overcomes the start setting (auto reset). In case of AL.W.2 (time-keeper failure) the alarms report slash instead of date and time. Rev Page 17

18 9 GSM UNIT Select and confirm GSM Unit to visualize the label where you have to select and confirm ON for GSM setting. 9 GSM Unit GSM = OFF ON Code Meaning Setting Notes 1 Company Title Set the company title where the controller is installed: 15 alphanumerical characters 2 GSM SIM number into GSM module 3 N PIN 0000 In case pin code is not enabled leave 0000 (see PIN alarm ) 4 SMS Dest Phone number of the 1 st mobile to send SMS 5 SMS Dest Phone number of the 2 nd mobile to send SMS 6 SMS Dest Phone number of the 3 rd mobile to send SMS NOTE: GSM set ON When an alarm is detected by the controller, the GSM will send an SMS to the cell phones set with the following information: Company title Logik 103 numbers of compressors set alarm codes detected. By sending an SMS from any cell phone to the GSM module with word STATUS (it doesn t matter capital letter or note), the GSM will reply automatically with the message NO ALARMS, in case of no alarm detected or related codes in case of alarm detection. Symbols reported on the upper left corner of the display while GSM module is connected: Antenna: the GSM is connected. Net coverage: if this symbol is blinking, it means there is not net coverage so the GSM module has to be placed in another position. Max. distance between Logik 103 and GSM unit must be no longer than 3 meters. It blinks in case you enter a wrong pin code: in this case quit the programming, switch off and then switch on the controller, enter the pin code again to avoid after 3rd wrong attempt the SIM card lock and you have to enter the puk code to unlock. It blinks when the SIM card is not in or it is not well placed. General error: replace the GSM module. Rev Page 18

19 10 RESET (Password) In this menu you can reset the maintenance timer, working hours of each compressor, alarms list and general (uploading factory data). Confirm by and the display visualizes the following: 09 Reset Maintenance Working hours Alarms General Confirm Maintenance and the display visualizes the label to select the number of compressor you need to reset; confirm the number of the compressor and the display visualizes Change air filter Change oil filter Change separator filter Change oil Check compressor Select the data you need and push : the display visualizes the blinking message Resetting to indicate reset is in progress. When the message stops blinking means reset is over and the counting starts by the setting on menu 7-2. Select and confirm Working hours : the display visualizes the label to select the number of compressor to reset; select the data you need and push : the display visualizes the blinking message Resetting to indicate reset is in progress. When the message stops blinking means reset is over. Select and confirm Alarms, push and the display visualizes the blinking message Resetting to indicate reset is in progress. When the message stops blinking means reset is over. Select and confirm General, (operation enabled when the controller is OFF only) push and the display visualizes the blinking message Resetting to indicate reset is in progress. When the message stops blinking means reset is over and the controller has loaded all factory values by losing counting in progress and alarms. COMPRESSOR SHUT-DOWN In case of shut-down alarm, the controller stops the compressor and the display visualizes SHUT-DOWN with related code alarm. Once the cause has been solved push to put the controller in OFF status. DISPOSAL Logik 103 is composed by plastic, cables, printed circuit and electrical components; for this reason it has not to be disposal in the environment. For a right disposal ask for specialized companies. Rev Page 19

20 WARRANTY Logik 103 controller is covered by a 24-months warranty against all manufacturing defects as from the production date printed on the label of the device identifying the year by the first 4 characters, the week by the second 2 characters and the progressive serial number with the last 5 characters. In the event of a defect the controller must be appropriately packaged and sent to our factory after asked for proper authorization number to our offices. Customers are entitled to have defective products repaired, spare parts and labour included. Transport expenses and risk shall be met entirely by the Customer. Repairs carried out under warranty do not prolong or renew the warranty expiration date. The Warranty does not cover the following cases: - Damages resulting from tampering, impact or improper installation. - Damages caused by repairs made by unauthorized personnel. In all above cases repair costs shall be charged fully to the Customer. Logika Control cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect damages to animals, people or things as a result of failure to observe all the instructions/information in the user manual, especially instructions concerning installation, use and maintenance of the device. For all matters not expressly indicated, the warranty is subject to the regulations contained in the Italian Civil Code art The competent court for any controversies is acknowledged to be the Foro Monza Brianza. Logika s.r.l. reserves the right to modify its products without prior notice as it deems necessary without altering their main characteristics. Each new release of Logika Control user manual replaces the previous ones. EDITION LIST Rev. 0: Edition Rev. 0.1: Reworking menu flow Rev. 0.2: Modification of electrical drawing: added serial port RS232 to connect GSM Unit. Rev. 0.3: Upgrade through setting of Priority set for the operation under clock timer. Rev. 0.4: Upgrade to GSM Unit operation. Rev. 0.5: Upgrade to the operation of 4 th unit Rev Page 20

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