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What's new in this version:

Missive 6.0.1
New:
- Connect your Microsoft profile for faster search results
- Basic RTL support in composer

Improved:
- Sort sub-mailboxes in sidebar by either description or address
- Renamed “Chats” mailbox “Comments”

Fixed:
- “Mark as Unread” shortcut
- Being able to mention anyone in chat rooms
- Signature not always changing when changing the alias


Missive 5.7.0
New:
- Teams
- Office 365 shared mailbox support

Improved:
- Coworkers autocomplete when @mentioning

Fixed:
- Merging duplicated conversations
- Searching canned responses with Cyrillic characters
- Removing task from comments
- Sub-mailboxes not being sorted by description anymore


Missive 5.6.0
Improved:
- Persisting “Only if nobody replies” between sessions

Fixed:
- Marking conversations as unread


Missive 5.5.0
Improved:
- Visual step to conversations merging to make it more clear
- Pasting content from and to the composer now applies the same format

Fixed:
- Automatically marking the selected conversation as read when receiving a new email in it
- Empty email quote when replying / forwarding certain emails
- Composer freezing the app when replying to certain emails
- Navigating mailboxes and labels in the sidebar with arrow keys
- Sub-mailboxes wrongly hidden by default


Missive 5.4.0
New:
- Option to hide labels from sidebar unless they have unread conversations
- Colored labels
- Ability to merge conversations
- Settings to stop auto watching conversations on user actions
- Set labels as favorites for quicker access

Improved:
- Refreshed sidebar and conversation list UI
- One-click way to merge duplicate conversations
- Display “Send & Close” for conversations assigned to someone else
- Detecting system’s locale when setting the spell checker default language

Fixed:
- Trashing a conversation when opened in a new window
- Default reply address when “Always send from this address” is enabled
- Composer freezing the app when replying to certain emails
- Conversation sometimes not automatically scrolling to the latest entry


Missive 5.3.2
- Security update


Missive 5.3.1
New:
- Allow hiding sub-mailboxes

Improved:
- Allow trashing conversations from search results
- Default alias detection when replying to email list

Fixed:
- Resubmitting same search term to refresh results


Missive 5.2.1
Fixed:
- Drag and dropping conversations into assignment sub-mailboxes
- Applying filters bug introduced in previous version
- Error on Windows when opening Missive while already running in background
- Searching responses after deleting one
- Bug where pins could disappear when joining an organization


Missive 5.2.0
- Error on Windows when opening Missive while already running in background
- Fixed Searching responses after deleting one
- Fixed Bug where pins could disappear when joining an organization


Missive 5.1.0
Fixed:
- Missing conversations when computer time is set in the past
- Bug on certain Windows environments when starting Missive


Missive 5.0.0
New:
- “Download all” button for attachments
- Option to automatically remove assigned and closed conversations from the Inbox
- “Open in new window” button for drafts
- “Play a sound” setting for desktop notifications

Improved:
- Emoji picker now includes latest emojis
- Show “Save Image As…” right-click option for images within links

Fixed:
- Edge cases where desktop notifications would not appear
- Searching shared labels with non-English characters
- Some email images being skewed instead of resized
- Some Gmail shortcuts not working on Firefox
- Direct attachment download on Safari


Missive 4.8.0
New:
- Automatically assign emails sent to shared accounts / addresses
- Open conversations in new window
- Default composer styles
- Double-click setting for conversations
- Set missiveapp.com as the default mailto: handler on browsers

Improved:
- Attachments sent from an iOS device should be angled correctly
- Email sharing page in organization settings
- Page splitting when printing conversations

Fixed:
- Notifications on Windows since Fall Creators update
- Creating IMAP labels more than 2 levels deep

Missive 4.7.0
Improved:
- Selecting the right alias when replying to an email from and to yourself

Fixed:
- Composing a new draft from a draft window

Missive 4.6.0
Fixed:
- Draft delivery instability part 2
- Right-clicking links in emails on Firefox
- Creating IMAP labels with non-“/” hierarchy delimiter

Missive 4.5.2
Improved:
- Spell check dictionaries management
- Toggle prompt options with Tab
- Show Sent mailbox by default
- Choosing between Archive and Close should be less confusing

Fixed:
- Drafts delivery instability for certain people
- Spell check when OS language isn’t available
- Empty snooze notification message on desktop

Missive 4.4.1
- Fixed: Further improve archiving reliability with IMAP accounts

Missive 4.4.0
Fixed:
- Table layout in emails when replying or forwarding
- IMAP archiving issues since v4.3.0
- Drafts delivery edge case issues

Missive 4.3.0
- Fixed: “Delete Forever” moving conversation into Archive
- Bug fixes and improvements

Missive 4.2.1
- Partly add support for offline drafts
- Offline drafts

New:
- Setting to turn off past emails sharing for shared accounts

Improved:
- Overall drafts composer performance
- Error message when trying to open a new mailbox while offline
- Support mailto: URLs with slashes
- Don’t show “Close” icon when conversation is already closed

Fixed:
- Bug where selecting text in the editor would drag the window
- Scheduling (Send Later) a new draft when in a popup
- Duplicated desktop notifications
- Adding links to drafts in Firefox
- Present coworkers when mentioning in new drafts

Missive 4.1.0
Improved:
- Show more helpful password error message for iCloud

Fixed:
- Bug that would prevent opening accounts settings

Missive 4.0.0
New:
- BETA Office 365, Outlook, iCloud and IMAP support
- Per-conversation setting to mute notifications
- Per-conversation (pinned) setting to exclude from badge count

Improved:
- Discard addresses autocomplete when pressing escape

Fixed:
- Being able to set invalid dates for snoozes
- Unselecting everyone from a shared address would delete it
- “Save draft” prompt being shown when draft was already sent or trashed
- Bug where applying an IMAP label to a Send Later conversation would delete the conversation

Missive 3.23.2
- Fixed: Layout issue in mailboxes list

Missive 3.23.1
- Typo in settings

Missive 3.22.0
New:
- Chats mailbox
- Undo send

Improved:
- Double-clicking an image will now open it on your desktop
- Selecting tomorrow by default when picking a snooze date from the calendar
- Don’t pin labels / searches / mailboxes when clicking with ALT pressed

Fixed:
- Roadmap widget
- Unselecting images and attachments with escape
- Conversations not being displayed until context menus are closed
- “Send & Close” setting not always being respected

Missive 3.21.0
New:
- App can now be run in background on Windows

Improved:
- Sharing email accounts should be more obvious when in Organizations setting
- Email accounts are now being sorted by description
- Focusing new conversations subject will automatically clear the placeholder subject
- Alias detection when replying to certain emails
- Showing all conversation events in the composer

Fixed:
- UI glitch when dragging conversations into Pins
- Native shortcuts not working (i.e. back/forward)
- Archive button not working when not in Inbox
- Dock badge count not always being updated when receiving new comments
- Parsing links with accents in comments

Missive 3.20.0
New:
- [] Do something comments will be turned into a task
- Comment text task
- Conversations can now be assigned with a shortcut
- “Opened” filter

Improved:
- You can now search for coworkers when assigning a conversation
- Customizable “In X days/weeks/months” hour

Fixed:
- Never ending “Loading message…”
- Choosing Sunday in Snoozes will properly use the closest upcoming one
- Conversations list being scrolled to top when pressing escape
- Blank conversation when archiving on Safari

Missive 3.19.0
New:
- Snooze configuration

Improved:
- Added “Leave in Inbox” option when snoozing conversations
- Added a reminder button in the draft composer
- Notifications settings granularity
- Loading messages content should feel a little bit faster
- Email accounts’ description now used everywhere when set
- Forwarding emails now include headers in message body
- Emoji picker includes latest emojis
- Allow dismissing “Importing your emails” banner

Fixed:
- Losing draft subject & addresses when quickling closing after editing

Missive 3.18.0
- Improved: Search filtering behaviors
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Missive 3.17.0
New:
- Search conversations in a specific mailbox
- “Save this draft” prompt when closing a newly created draft
- “Show recent searches” setting
- Hovering a link in emails will show its URL
- Lots of new assignment-related entries in conversations. i.e. Assigning, closing, re-opening, etc.

Improved:
- Add “Never show again” option to the prompt when removing a conversation from Unassigned
- Organization admins can now edit org name
- Clicking the Mac dock icon now keeps the same windows order
- Error handling when credit card is declined

Fixed:
- New label being lost when creating a new one and applying to a conversation
- Lost inline images in the composer upon undoing/redoing
- Wrong unified mailboxes total count when archiving from a sub-mailbox
- Wrong mailboxes total count when receiving a comment from a coworker
- Sub-mailboxes not being updated when changing description

Missive 3.16.0
- New: “Open drafts in new window” setting
- New: “Mark messages as read upon opening” setting
- New: Strike support in the composer
- Improved: More modern-looking unread and total counts in sidebar
- Improved: Images can be added as attachment again by clicking the paperclip icon
- Improved: New conversations can now be created directly in current shared label or “Assigned to me” mailbox
- Fixed: Line breaks irregularities in the composer
- Fixed: Pasting non-image files will paste the file name instead of a broken file
- Fixed: Snoozing multiple conversations
- Fixed: Table width inside the composer

Missive 3.15.0
- Fixed: Inline images in emails, signatures and canned responses
- Fixed: Setting to disable “Send & Close” being the default button in assigned conversations

Missive 3.14.0
- Fixed: Search sometimes loading indefinitely
- Fixed: Wrong unread count in sidebar when receiving comments from peers
- Fixed: Extra white margin on each conversation when window is at a small size

Missive 3.13.0
- Fixed: Intermittent issue when trying to subscribe to a paid plan
- Fixed: “Toggle Screenshot Mode” shortcut no longer conflicts with typing special characters on Windows

Missive 3.12.0
- New: Option to choose up to three spell check dictionaries in Windows app
- Fixed: Clicking Reply on a specific message would previously always reply to the latest message in conversation
- Fixed: Inserting links in signature editor
- Fixed: Layout issue when editing comment

Missive 3.11.0
- New: Auto CC / BCC settings per alias
- New: Setting for hiding Gmail and Missive labels from conversation list
- New: Option to choose up to three spell check dictionaries at once
- Improved: Nested Gmail labels no longer show full hierarchy in conversation list
- Improved: Overall performance
- Fixed: Credit card form in Billing section

Missive 3.10.1
- Fixed: HTML signature editor breaking the preferences panel
- Fixed: Web version: Send Later no longer archives conversation when Send & Archive by default is enabled

Missive 3.10.0
- New: Gmail labels now shown in conversation list
- New: Save Image As… right-click option in desktop app
- Improved: Greatly improved overall performance
- Improved: Several visual and UX improvements on mobile
- Fixed: To: field not auto focusing when creating a new draft
- Fixed: Assignees not being selected in conversation context menu
- Fixed: Verdana and Impact fonts not being saved when used in signature

Missive 3.9.3
- Fixed: Sub-mailboxes from shared accounts not showing for users without personal accounts

Missive 3.9.2
- Fixed: Editing Name and Account description in Accounts settings

Missive 3.9.1
- Printing emails

Missive 3.9.0
- Improved: Draft composer performance on slower devices
- Improved: Draft composer now opens in same window on mobile
- Fixed: Some emojis split in two on Firefox
- Fixed: Lost keystrokes in draft composer, mainly on Firefox

Missive 3.8.5
- Fixed: Printing emails

Missive 3.8.2
- Fixed: Inserting hard breaks in composer (with Shift+Enter)

Missive 3.8.0
- Fixed: Checking and unchecking tasks in task summary
- Fixed: Typing accented characters after pressing Backspace

Missive 3.7.0
- New: Sub-mailboxes for shared accounts
- Fixed: Visual glitches on Internet Explorer

Missive 3.5.0
- Improved: You can now assign yourself to any conversation, even private ones
- Improved: Added a “Discard” button next to the “Open” button for drafts
- Improved: Comments layout in draft window
- Improved: Errors detection when trying to update Missive without administrator privilege
- Fixed: Endless “Loading…” when opening new drafts
- Fixed: Updating assignees from the conversation list
- Fixed: Clicking the archive icon in Unassigned mailbox now properly removes the conversation from Unassigned

Missive 3.4.0
- Improved: Conversations’ assignees are faded out when conversation is closed
- Fixed: Endless “Loading message…” on slow connection

Missive 3.3.0
- New: Assignees are now displayed in the conversations list
- Improved: Apple devices now use native emojis instead of images
- Improved: Conversations loading performance
- Improved: Drafts now warn when trying to add more than 25MB of attachments
- Improved: Errors detection when trying to update Missive from a read-only volume
- Fixed: Showing/hiding attachments in print window for messages sent with Missive
- Fixed: App dock badge not being reset when logging out

Missive 3.2.0
- Improved: Easier to upgrade and check for app updates
- Improved: Line spacing of emails sent from Microsoft Outlook
- Improved: Forgotten attachment detection will ignore signatures content
- Fixed: Stuck pagination when scrolling too fast in a mailbox
- Fixed: A bug where you would need to click send twice to send an email
- Fixed: Dragging conversations of an organization into another organization shared labels

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- New: Delegated accounts also share the Spam mailbox
- Improved: Conversations accesses layout

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1 MAK 3003 Measuring system TIGER Configuration Software MAK X SAK BARTEC GmbH Schulstraße 30 D Gotteszell Phone +49(0)9929) Telefax +49(0)9929) Internet:

2 All rights reserved. Subject to change without prior notice. No part of this document may be reproduced, processed or distributed in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of BARTEC. Copyright 2019 by BARTEC Schulstraße 30 D Gotteszell Document-N o.: SAK Valid Wavebox 4.1.0Product Key - Crack Key For U Author: G. Rothe Revised by: G. Rothe Translation Alpha Translation Service / G. Rothe Last revision Software version: MAK Date: )

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5 Contents 3 Contents Page Peripheral Hardware Flow meter GPS receiver Printer 84 Epson TMU Epson TM Screen 86 Contrast 86 x/y Calibration 87 Candle power 88 Set blink on/off 89 Calibrate HMI 1/ V3003 HW Module 90 Diagnosis Tour puls sample Belgium Sample SMV 4 Sample WAVEbox 1000S NL-Tag Automatic NL-Tag Manual Tag reader DMK 97 Diagnosis of the Tag reader MKS-System Network IP Bluetooth Receiver CAN / J Basic settings System Date/Time Language Type of system Program mode 105 Signatures Internet GPRS Settings 106 Diagnosis Data Transfer 108 Remote-Access 110 Dairy data separation Software Update 111 Remote Update Menu 111 Switch SW Version 114 Delete SW Version Printer Ticket settings Printer settings Parameter print Service Menu Logfile Browser Clear configuration Restore configuration from CF Store configuration into CF Restore Backup Config Store position into CF Load position from CF Clear RAM data Clear database 125

6 Contents 4 Contents Page P-Net-Monitor Online Service Bluetooth ON Language Cleaning Special functions HLW Pump over Cleaning Emptying system Appendix Overview of the Configuration menu Logical assignment of the outputs and inputs 142 Outputs 142 Inputs Serial interfaces Base board without CAN-Bus Base board with CAN-Bus 145

7 Contents 5 Exclusion of liability BARTEC GmbH and its vicarious agents only assume liability in the case of deliberate acts or gross negligence. The extent of liability in such a case is limited to the value of the order placed with BARTEC GmbH. BARTEC accepts no liability for any damage resulting from nonobservance of the safety regulations or from non-compliance with the operating instructions or operating conditions. Secondary damage is excluded from the liability. EU-Declaration of conformity We,BARTEC GmbH, Schulstraße 30, D Gotteszell, hereby declare, that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements of the relevant EU-directives. The EU-Declaration of conformity for this product can be obtained from BARTEC GmbH, Schulstraße 30, D Gotteszell,

8 Safety Precautions 6 1 Safety Precautions The system operator is responsible for all complying with all regulations applicable to the storage, transport and handling of the food product "milk". All regulations and provisions remain in full force when operating the system with MAK devices. MAK devices are built in compliance with applicable regulations and must leave the factory in perfect condition. The devices must be installed and serviced by qualified technicians. Make sure that the information and operating conditions listed by the manufacturer are followed. Follow the instructions on operating and servicing the devices. If you notice any damage or deterioration on parts of the system or if safe operation is not ensured for other reasons, do not start up the system or shut it off immediately. Notify your service point. You should also contact our service technicians if you notify malfunctions or defects during operation or have any doubts as to whether the devices are working property.

9 2 Basics Basics 7 With the MAK 3003 system, all processes and operating steps required for the loading and unloading of milk collection and transport vehicles can be recorded and controlled. The TIGER 3003 version is used to control milk intake and record the data entered during that process. The system is operated from the compact controller. Switching on the system and operating the vehicle system depend on the specific vehicle type and the operating instructions applicable thereto. 2.1 Compact Controller The compact controller is the main control and information unit for the whole system. Communication between the controller and other components in a system is handled via USB or, for P-NET devices, via P-NET. Display Softkeys Selector Keys Operating Keys Number Keys Keypad Display The system is operated using the touch-sensitive keys on the control unit (touch screen) (number keys, selector keys, soft keys and operating keys) and using the key functions which appear the display depending on the situation. The functions of the soft keys are controlled by the software based on the current operating status. A graphic display screen which is designed as a touch screen is used to show all readouts. Thanks to the backlit transreflective liquid crystal technology used, the display can be easily read even in darkness or bright sunlight.

10 Basics Operating Concept The software user interface The controller software is constantly evolving. A different software version or configuration may cause the screen displays on your system to differ slightly from the illustrations in this document. After starting the system, the main screen appears on the display. You can call up different screens or operating modes using the soft keys to the left and right of the display. Corresponding to the installed measuring equipment type (TIGER, LYNX HLW, ABO Magyar, V3003, Optimate, ROMEX, V plus or E-TIGER) differ the start screen and the main menu (see section ). Displaying softkey assignments Info line Bringing up the menu Info line The info line shows the date and time, information about the operating status and the software page number. Fault Page Softkeys Time Date Password level The softkeys can be assigned various functions, the current meaning of which is indicated by symbols. All keys are touch-sensitive, meaning that you don t need to press them but simply have to touch them.

11 2.2.4 Hidden softkeys Basics 9 In various operating situations, the current assignment of soft keys is not shown on the display. In such instances, the keys to the left or right of the display will not be marked. In this case, you have to touch any soft key in this row of keys. The current assignment of the soft keys will be shown for three seconds. During this time, you can touch one of the soft keys to start the function in question. Call up event screen Show data from the last tour

12 Basics Event display Important error or malfunction messages are shown right on the display. The event screen is called up using the hidden softkey EVENTS. This displays all operating statuses and malfunctions. To exit the event screen, touch the same softkey again.

13 2.2.6 Operating the menus Basics 11 Corresponding to Wavebox 4.1.0Product Key - Crack Key For U smart capture a50 measuring equipment type differ the start screen and the main menu. In case of a new configuration, first set the operating language in the basic settings (section ) and the type of measurement system (section ) Opening the menu Touch the MENU softkey to open the main menu. Start screen and main menu TIGER Start screen and main menu HLW

14 Basics 12 Start screen and main menu LYNX Start screen and main menu abo MAGYAR Start screen and main menu V 3003

15 Basics 13 Start screen and main menu E-TIGER Start screen and main menu Optimate Start screen and main menu ROMEX

16 Basics 14 Start screen and main menu V plus Select the submenu rebelle 2 - Free Activators wish to open with the selector keys and. The selected submenu is marked with a black bar. Touch the ENTER softkey. This opens the menu selected. You can also open the desired menu directly by touching the number key corresponding to the particular menu number. If the menu contains submenus, open the desired submenu in the same way.

17 Basics Editing parameters 1. Use the selection keys and to select the parameters you wish to edit. The selected parameter is highlighted with a black bar. 2. Touch the CHANGE softkey to open the edit window (input or selection dialog). The CHANGE softkey is only available if you are authorised to edit the selected parameter in the current password-protected configuration level (see section 3.3.1). If not all entries in menus or lists can be displayed in the screen, you can use the selection keys to scroll lines or pages. one page up one page down one line up one line down Numerical entries Numerical entries are entered using the keys below the display. Corrections can be made with the BACK SPACE key. When you touch this soft key, the character to the left of the cursor is deleted. The algebraic soft keys + and are available for parameters for which positive or negative values must be entered. Confirm your entry with the ENTER softkey.

18 Basics 16 Alphanumeric entries Letters are entered using the keys shown on the display. To enter a letter, touch the corresponding key. Up to four characters are assigned to each key. You determine the character which appears in the input line by the number of times you press a key in quick succession. You can enter a space with the key. Shift key You can use the A a key to switch from upper case to lower case letters and vice versa. Special characters If special characters need to be entered, you can use the #;< key to switch the key assignment to the special character level. You can switch back to letters using the same key, which is now labelled abcä. Once you have completed your entry, touch the ENTER key.

19 Basics 17 Selection lists Selection lists are available for certain parameter settings. Select the required setting using the selection keys and. The selected setting is highlighted with a black bar. Confirm your selection using the Confirm softkey. You can also select the desired setting directly using the corresponding numerical key. Alternatives In the case of parameters for which only two alternative settings are possible, e.g. yes/no or on/off, the settings are switched when you touch the CHANGE softkey or a numerical key.

20 Main menu / Transfer data 18 3 Main menu The MENU softkey is used to open the main menu. It contains submenus which can be used to configure the system and access various functions. 3.1 Transfer data Data transfer to the dairy is launched in this menu. All not yet transferred tour data are transferred to the designated server. There the data are prepared in the format selected for the dairy and prepared for the dairy to pick up. Following successful data transfer, the flashing diskette symbol on the bottom left of the display disappears.

21 Main menu / Browse long-term memory Browse long-term memory Milk intake and tour data from the past three months are stored in the longterm memory. They can contain both tour and single data. Single data Enter the desired search criteria in the search form. Touch CONFIRM to start the search.

22 Main menu / Browse long-term memory 20 If you touch a soft key next to the display, additional functions are displayed. You can print located data, start a new search or exit the screen. Tour data To display tour data, do the same as you would for single data. Only the supplier number is omitted from the search form.

23 Main menu / Password protection 21 If you touch a soft key next to the display, additional functions are displayed. You can send the tour data, print the located data, start a new search or exit the screen. 3.3 Password protection Software configuration is protected by passwords which allow access to various configuration options. The currently accessible password level is shown on the display in the info line by a flashing letter. Every password level includes all lower password levels. Password Tag Access no password read only Driver password D Time, language User password U Operating parameter, date Service password S Software parameters which do not require calibration Calibration switch open C All parameters Password level No password Without entering a password, you can bring up the configuration menus but you cannot make any changes, however. Driver password The driver password is the sum of the day, month and hour (as shown on the display). Driver password = day + month + hour Date:07:28 am Driver password = = 31

24 Main menu / Password protection 22 User password The user password is the fleet manager's password. You can set the password yourself (see page 26). After entering the user password, you can change configuration data not subject to calibration such as turning on and off various options and hardware modules. The factory set password at the time of delivery is "BARTEC". Service password With the service password, you have access to all parameter settings not subject to calibration. The service password is formed according to a specific mode and changed periodically. The service password is only provided to authorised service personnel. Calibration switch Opening the calibration switch allows access to all parameters including those subject to calibration. If you wish to change data subject to calibration, you must open the calibration switch before starting the system! After opening the calibration switch, re-calibration at the owner's expense is required!

25 Main menu / Password protection 23 Compact Controller Type to series B The calibration switch is located on the circuit board in the compact controller. Remove the four screws on the top of the control unit and open up the top. Remove the seal, remove the screws from the cover plate and remove it. Cover plate Calibration open closed

26 Main menu / Password protection 24 Compact Controller Type from series C

27 Main menu / Password protection Password entry In the "Password Level" menu, whatsapp for pc windows 10 - Free Activators the PASSW ENTRY softkey. You can enter the password in the following window. Once you have finished entering the password, touch the ENTER softkey. Thereafter, the password levels to which access is possible are shown. The higher password levels include access to all lower password levels. Read Only Level D : Driver Level 1 U : Fleet Manager Level 2 (D) S : Service Level 3 (U, D) C : Calibration Level 4 (S, U, D) Password level Change user password Enter password for level 1, 2 or 3

28 Main menu / Password protection 26 Once you have entered the password for the fleet manager level, the soft key to change the user password is displayed. You can enter a new user password after touching this softkey. The user password can be composed of letters or numbers. Touch the softkey to return to the menu selection.

29 Main menu / Databases Databases Location info database The GPS positions of the various suppliers are recorded in the location info database. Here the supplier ID, type (intake, cleaning, pump over), average amount, GPS position long and lat and quality are displayed.

30 Main menu / Databases 28 Sucking optimization (Available with TIGER/ E-TIGER-Measuring system at user password level and above.) The sucking behavior can be adapted for difficult conditions. Examples: Intakes with long and fixed tubing or hose extensions with smaller diameter (e.g. DN40). You can enter a value between 1 and 10, whereas 10 represent the most difficult conditions. The entered value will be stored in the corresponding data record. Select the data record that you want to edit and press one of the softkeys on the right side of the display to open the hidden menu. Press the BAD FLOW CNT softkey and enter the desired value. The set value for the optimization of the suction behavior is also displayed during milk intake.

31 Main menu / Databases 29 Delete records (available at password level 2 and above) After displaying the hidden soft keys, you have the option of deleting stored records. Select the record you wish to delete and touch the DELETE RECORD key. The highlighted record is then tagged for deletion. If needed, repeat the process for additional records. When exiting the window, you'll be asked if the marked records should be permanently deleted.

32 Main menu / Databases 30 The marked records will not be deleted until you confirm with YES. Search records In the location records you can searche for specific supplier numbers. Touch the hidden softkey NEW SEARCH and enter the desired supplier number.

33 Main menu / Databases 31 Confirm the entered supplier number. Only the desired supplier records are then displayed in the list Database configuration Under database configuration, you can set the database format and determine whether dairy data should be separated. For haulage companies which collect milk for various dairies, the data are allocated to the different dairies.

34 Main menu / Databases 32 Database format Depending on the settings in the office you can set the database formats FTL or ADIS-ADED. When using ADIS-ADED can a four digits dairy number be entered in the tourstart dialog. The office must proceed ADIS-ADED data. All other formats proceed only two digits. Dairy data separation If dairy data separation has been activated, then at least one dairy must be configured (see section 3.4.3). Return data format The response data is converted into the selected format on the vehicle.

35 3.4.3 Dairy configuration Main menu / Databases 33 You can configure different dairies under Dairy configuration. To do this, you must enter the dairy number and name. FTP access must then be configured for the newly created dairy (see section 3.5.9/Data Transfer). At tour start you can choose between the different dairies. The feedback data from this tour are then made prepared for the selected dairy on the server at the next data transfer. If a vehicle number is configured, it will be saved in the tour record. Data for already configured dairies (dairy number and name) can be changed in this menu. Configuration of dairy data can only be done after all tour data have been sent.

36 Main menu / Databases Delete data Information can be deleted from the database if needed. Select the record to be deleted and confirm the safety query: Master and Schedule Data The master data transmitted from the dairy / office (e.g. Supplier, driver, dairies, etc.) and the schedule data (see next point. Schedule Data The schedule data, transmitted by the dairy / the office (e.g. tour schedule, order specification, etc.). Response Buffer The response data generated by the vehicle (e.g. milk intakes, tour data, etc.). All generated response data will be deleted, regardless of whether they have already been sent or not.

37 3.5 Configuration 35 In the configuration menus, the system software is adapted to the specific operating conditions and installed hardware by entering various parameters. In the Configuration menus, the software for the system is customised to the respective operating conditions and the installed hardware by entering various parameters. Parameters that are subject to statutory calibration are marked in the display with an asterisk prefixed. In the following parameter tables are default values given in brackets. An overview of the structure of the configuration menu can be found in section 4.1 of the Appendix. The password level, which allows access, is also noted there. During an initial configuration you must first set the language (section ) and the Type of system (section ) in the Basic settings menu.

38 Main configuration Main configuration Vehicle Number Vehicle number (max. 6 digits) Vehicle Plate Collection vehicle plate Dairy Number max. 9 digits The entered number is proposed when starting a tour. It can be Sub dairy number max. 2 digits, ADIS-ADED: 4 digits changed by the driver. It can not be changed if you set a minus sign before the number. If you enter 0, there is no takeover in the tour start dialog. The last entered number will be proposed. Teach Factor Expected Volume The teach factor determines what percentage of the quantity of milk just collected will go into the default quantity to be created. Supplier tour assign yes: Suppliers can be assigned to a tour. Max. quantity deviation Allowed deviation from the expected to the actual intake volume in % An error message will be displayed if this situation occurs Driver number input no: A new driver number does not necessarily have to be entered when starting a tour. The previous number is proposed again. force: The driver number will be deleted after ending a tour. When starting a tour a new number has to be entered. (Configuration of the tag reader see page 96, 97) Unload ID input -1: No prompt is displayed, unloading is without ID, ID 0 will be recorded. U 0: A prompt is displayed, an unloading ID should be entered. above 0: No prompt is displayed. There will always be recorded that ID you enter here. Pump over ID input -1: No prompt is displayed, pump over is without ID, ID 0 will be recorded. 0: A prompt is displayed, a pump over ID is to enter. above 0: A prompt is displayed, a pump over ID should be entered (different locations). There will always be recorded that ID you enter here. below -1: (e.g -99): A prompt is displayed, a pump over ID must be entered. That ID you poweriso 7.3 with crack download here will be prefixed the input ID. Example: configured heret: -99, input ID: 1749, Result: Pump over volume no: Entering a quantity not required input force:: When pumping over a quantity must be entered. Tour end Test On: If at least one milk intake was carried out in the tour, the tour can be finished only if the following conditions are met: - Measuring system was emptied, - collection truck was unloaded - cleaning was carried out Automatic data Off: The data is transferred only after selecting the data transmission. transfer Tour end: The data is automatically transferred after ending the tour.

39 37 U Op.-Data recording Sped. number Force sequence Pos. search time Pos. search speed LOG-GPS Interval Unload sensor switching on or off the operating data logging (operating data: driving datadriving times, intake times, downtimes, breaks, pump running times, sensor response times) N o. of the freight forwarder The vehicle must be empty at the end of tour. Periode in which needs to be driven faster than set in Pos. search speed in order to initiate the search of suppliers in the database. Speed which must be exceeded for the duration, specified in "Pos. search time", in order to initiate the search of suppliers in the database. Database entries are generated in the specified time interval. Off Unload: Temperature sensor during unloading CIP: no CIP, when sensor wetted-dialog appears Unload/CIP: Both, unloading and CIP

40 Process Controlling Different types of measuring systems are used in different vehicle types (selection of the measuring system type see section ). Aside of general settings, which apply to all vehicle variants, the Process Controlling menu offers system specific settings for the different measuring system types. General TIGER LYNX HLW abo MAGYAR V 3003 E-TIGER Optimate ROMEX V plus Pumping settings X X X X X X X X X Air eliminator X Cleaning settings X X X X X X X X X Emptying settings X X Milk temp. limits X Truck air settings X Vacuum test 1 X X X Vacuum test 2 X X Vacuum sensor calib. X X Pump over unmeasured X X X Tank seg. capacity X X X X X X X X X Tank seg. order X Tank seg. quality X

41 Pumping settings Type TIGER and E-TIGER Pumping settings (TIGER, E-TIGER) Finish by Manual: The intake is manually ended by the driver (by pressing the finish button). GPS Speed The intake is automatically ended via the measured speed. (Can also be ended by pressing the finish button.) PTO signal The intake is ended by shutting off the auxiliary take-off. (N.B.: Only possible if signal is connected.) Clearly external start Yes: The intake can only be started on the controller. The external start, e.g. via remote control, is blocked. This function serves the purpose of clear identification when there is a choice between several suppliers. Suction Suction-Vacuum Vacuum at the beginning of the intake to filll the system with medium [hpa] Post Sucking Mode Standard Standard Mode U Flat Vessel Mode for sucking from flat vessels (N.B.: delays conclusion time.) Duration in Standard Mode After the milk sensor M1 reports "empty", sucking will continue for this period [s] Number of Sucking Intervals Automatically set to 1 Suck in Valve Open Duration Time for which the suck in valve is opened [s} Number Of Sucking In Shots Number winzip 22.0 crack - Activators Patch post sucking intervals Sucking Vacuum Max. vacuum during post-sucking [hpa} Vacuum Tank Set point Vacuum Max. vacuum in holding tank [hpa] Intake Min. Flow Max. Flow Maxi. Vacuum for "Flat Vessel" mode Minimum standard flow rate e.g. in case of elevated air impaction during intake [l/min} Max. regulated flow (limits intake flow) [l/min] Max. vacuum during intake [hpa]

42 40 U S Measured pump over Min. Flow Max. Flow PS-Regulator Measured Unload Min. Flow Minimum normally flow eg. at elevated air entrainment during pumping [l/min] Maximum controlled flow (limits the discharge flow) [l/min] On: When pumping over the centrifugal pump is also regulated at the level vessel height. If possible set to: On (deactivate only when the pumping power collapses abruptly during pumping over). Minimum standard flow rate e.g. in case of elevated air impaction during delivery [l/min] Max. Flow Max. regulated flow (limits delivery flow) [l/min] Prop. Gain Standard aggressiveness of pump power Flow Regulator Upper limit Upper adjusting range limit of the PWM pump control valve [%] Has to be configured during initial service! Prop. Gain Standard aggressiveness of pump output Air regulator Tolerated air Air impaction tolerated before pump output is reduced [%] Prop. Gain Standard aggressiveness in case of air impaction Dipstick regulator ma for 1l Medium Current for 1 litre medium in level sensor container [ma] Sensor intake end Target level value at the end of intake [ma] Sensor empty value Voltage at which the level container is empty [ma] Has to be configured during initial service! Sensor full value Current, when level jar is full [µa] Regulator on Switch on level gauge regulator Prop. Gain Standard aggressiveness when level sensor drops Air calculation Bubble Sensor Offset Bubble Sensor Offset Vakuum Offset Max. air litre Bubble Sensor Has to be configured during initial service! Vacuum Offset Max. allowed quantity of air (total) during intake. When this value is reached, the pump output is reduced Dimension of the suction side bubble sensor 3 inch 4 inch Has to be configured during initial service!

43 41 Type LYNX Pumping settings (LYNX) Finish by Manual: The intake is manually ended by the driver (by pressing the finish button). GPS-Speed: The intake is automatically ended via the measured speed. (Can also be ended by pressing the finish button.) U PTO signal: The intake is ended by shutting off the auxiliary take-off. (N.B.: Only possible if signal is connected.) Explicit external start. Yes: The intake can only be started on the controller. The external start, e.g. via remote control, is blocked.this function serves the purpose of clear identification when there is a choice between several suppliers. Pump type Impeller: The current system uses an impeller pump (default).the current system uses an impeller pump (default). S Liquid ring: The current system uses a liquid ring pump. The pumping process will differ according to this pump type. Has to be configured during initial service! Intake Min. Flow If the system registers air intake while pumping it will throttle to this minimal flow. [l/min] Max. Flow The maximal flow that the system will speed up to. [l/min] Pump start time Time to accelerate the pump (with max. PWM) at the beginning of an intake. [s] U PWM at pump start The PWM drive during pump start time. [%] Medium PWM PWM drive after pump start to fill the intake hose and gas separator. [%] Throttled PWM Minimal PWM drive during the pumping process. This value has to be high enough to keep an impeller pump turning at all times during an intake. [%] Waiting time milk sensor Time until the system automatically stops if no milk has been detected at the beginning of the intake.

44 42 U S U S U Post Sucking Post sucking time Fixed time to suck at the end of an intake to suck in medium remains and drain the intake hose. [s] PWM post sucking The PWM drive used during post sucking time [%] Dipstick target value The targeted medium level in the gas separator at the end of an intake. [µa] PWM to target value PWM drive while lowering medium level to target value. Fixed value for impeller pumps; minimum value for water ring pumps. [%] Lower gradually to target Max. flow to target val. Max. lowering duration Pause between lowering Max. dipstick alteration Max. post suck time Impeller pump only! Yes: Try to gradually lower the medium level in the gas separator at intake end. May prolong intake duration but increases accuracy. No: Lower medium level quickly to target level (may reduce accuracy). Flow to lower the medium level in the gas separator. [l/min]. Impeller pump only! Max. duration that the system will try to lower the medium level in the gas separator. [s] Duration to settle down after medium lowering. This time will automatically increase if the medium is moving too much.[s] Dipstick alteration represents the movement of the medium in the gas separator. The final intake volume will be measured after the dipstick alteration stabilizes within the configured value. [µa] The maximum duration of post sucking. The system will automatically stop the post sucking process if this time passes. A warning will be displayed if a valid state for volume measurement could not be reached. [s] Flow regulation Upper limit Maximum PWM drive for pump regulation. [%] Prop. Gain Influences regulation duration. Higher values reduce time until the desired PWM is reached. Purge pause Stop the flow regulation while purging. Reduces irregularities during sudden flow drops. [s] Max. difference FLM Maximum voltage tolerance of the FLM during air intake. The system will slow down to min. flow if this value is exceeded. [mv] lower threshold FLM Between these volumes the reference value of the FLM will be upper threshold FLM determined. [l] Dipstick regulation µa for 1l medium Dipstick difference for one liter medium in the gas separator. [µa] Has to be configured during initial service! Sensor full value Sensor empty value Upper dipstick threshold Lower dipstick threshold Invert dipstick input Clear system Duration Maximal detectable value of the dipstick in filled gas separator. [µa] Has to be configured during initial service! Minimal value of dipstick in empty gas separator. [µa] Has to be configured during initial service! Dipstick value to stop purging the gas separator. [µa] Dipstick value to where the gas separator has to be purged. [µa] The dipstick values will be interpreted inverted. Has to be configured during initial service! Duration to drain the system. If the system is empty after this period of time it will automatically stop. Otherwise the duration will be doubled. [s]

45 43 Types HLW, abo-magyar, ROMEX, Optimate, V plus Pumping Settings (HLW, abo-magyar, ROMEX, Optimate, V plus) Finish by Manual: The intake is manually ended by the driver (by pressing the finish button). GPS-Speed: The intake is automatically ended via the measured speed. (Can also be ended by pressing the finish button.) PTO signal: The intake is ended by shutting off the auxiliary take-off. (N.B.: Only possible if signal is connected.) U S Clearly extern start. Yes: The intake can only be started on the controller. The external start, e.g. via remote control, is blocked. This function serves the purpose of clear identification when there is a choice between several suppliers. Post Sucking Sucking time Time 0 flow Auto. ending Optimate and V plus only Throttle times LMS Emptysensor Milksensor End K0 sensor Dipstick µa/liter Dipstick empty V plus only Fixed time to suck at the end of an intake to suck in medium remains and drain the intake hose. [s] For the configured period, the flow must be equal to zero, so that the intake can be terminated. The milk intake will be ended automatically. The softkey End of milk intake or the ready button on the remote control does not need to be pressed even when closed manually. Debouncing time of the respective input Current for 1 liter of medium in the level sensor container [μa] Voltage at which the level container is empty [μa] Has to be configured during initial service!

46 44 Type V 3003 Pumping settings (V 3003) Finish by Manual: The intake is manually ended by the driver (by pressing the finish button). GPS-Speed: The intake is automatically ended via the measured speed. (Can also be ended by pressing the finish button.) PTO signal: The intake is ended by shutting off the auxiliary take-off. (N.B.: Only possible if signal is connected.) U Clearly extern start Yes: The intake can only be started on the controller. The external start, e.g. via remote control, is blocked. This function serves the purpose of clear identification when there is a choice between several suppliers. Control times Lead time Min. time 0 flow end Time from pump start to milk must be recognized. If timeout, the pump will stop. If 0 is entered, there is no time limit (20 s) For the configured time duration, the flow must be zero that the milk intake can be ended. (1,0 s) Sucking time Post suction time after sensor signal "no milk" (10 s) Vakuum sucking Yes: To build up more vacuum the suction flap is closed every 4 seconds for 2.5 seconds. Level delay time Empty air el. time Sensor delay On delay Off delay Settling time for the level in the air separator at the end of the post suction time. (5,0 s) After the empty signal sensor has signaled "measuring system empty", it continues to be pressed for the configured time. (5,0 s) Delayed signal output from the milk sensor or vacuum switch after milk detection ("Debouncing" of the sensor). (1,0 s) Delayed signal output from the milk sensor or vacuum switch after the absence of milk. (1,0 s) Pump over Max. power maximum control of the pump (High Flow ) (80%) Min. power minimal control of the pump (slow flow) (35%) (During overpumping, it can be switched from high to slow flow.) Stop liters Sample box During measured overpumping the pump is stopped x liter before reaching the preset quantity. FLM-Position above: Flowlevelmeter is located above the air separator inlet. below: Flowlevelmeter is located below the air separator inlet

47 Air eliminator (Only with type V 3003) Air eliminator control (V 3003) Ejector 2 flow U Flow in l / min If the flow is above the entered value, ejector 2 switches off and ejector 1 switches on. If the flow is below the entered value, the control is pressure-dependent: if the pressure in ejector 1 is higher than the value entered there +100, ejector 2 remains active; if the pressure is lower, it switches off. If 0 is entered, the control of the ejectors is only pressure-dependent. (400) Ejector 2 pressure Absolute pressure in the ejector 2 in hpa (400) If the pressure exceeds or falls below the pressure, the ejector switches flow-dependent on or off. Ejector 1 flow Flow in l / min. If the flow is below the value entered here, but above the value of ejector 2, the ejector 1 sucks. If the flow exceeds the value entered here, only the centrifugal pump sucks. (850) Hysterese flow Hysteresis for restarting ejector 1. In the example, ejector 1 switches on at 750 l / min. (100) Ejector 1 pressure Absolute pressure in the ejector 1 in hpa. If the pressure falls below the pressure entered here, ejector 1 switches off or exceeds the flow rate configured for ejector 1. (200) Hysterese pressure Hysteresis for restarting ejector 1. In the example, ejector 1 switches on at 240 hpa zu. (40) The flow rate of ejector 1 must be higher than that of ejector 2!

48 Cleaning settings Types TIGER and E-TIGER Cleaning settings (TIGER, E-TIGER) D Cleaning Id The cleaning ID will be recorded. V14 (V16, V17) at cleaning close: V14 closed while CIP open: V14 opened while CIP S toggle While cleaning the vacuum holding tank, V14 will be open for the specified time (see next parameter) Has to be configured during initial service! V14 (V16, V17) open time Duration of open during cleaning the vacuum holding tank [s] V14 (V16, V17) close time Closing time while cleaning the vacuum holding tank [s] Manhole open time Flow duration during CIP to clean the manhole cover [s] Tanksegment valves closed Position of the tank segment valves open during CIP Minimum Hot Wash Temp Minimum temperature during hot wash. The total time during which this temperature is exceeded is recorded. [ C] Cleaning Cycle Duration Vacuum Holding Tank Cleaning duration for the vacuum holding tank [s] U Milk Line Cleaning duration for the milk line [s] MKS-Filter Cleaning duration for the HFMD-Filter Transfer Pipe Cleaning duration for the transfer pipe [s] Transfer Exit Pipe Cleaning duration for the transfer exit pipe [s] Time after cleaning After this time a cleaning has to be done (72 h) Time after first intake This time after the first intake a cleaning has to be done (24 h) Time after last intake This time after the last intake a cleaning has to be done (12 h) Force cleaning Yes: Force a cleaning process if one of the configured times has expired. Starting a new intake is only possible after a cleaning. No: Cleaning is not forced. Only available, when V14 (V16, V17) at cleaning is set to toggle.

49 47 Type LYNX Cleaning settings (LYNX) D Cleaning ID Min. hot wash temp. U Cleaning cycle times Intake path U Ventilation path The cleaning ID will be stored with the data record. Minimum temperature during hot wash. The total time during which this temperature is exceeded is recorded. [ C] Cleaning duration for the intake path [s] Cleaning duration for the ventilation path [s] Types HLW, abo-magyar, ROMEX, Optimate and V plus Cleaning settings (HLW, abo-magyar ROMEX, Optimate, V plus) D Cleaning ID The cleaning ID will be stored with the data record. Minimum Hot Wash Temp. Minimum temperature during hot wash. The total time during which U this temperature is exceeded is recorded. [ C]

50 48 Type V 3003 Cleaning settings (V3003) D Cleaning ID The cleaning ID is stored in the data record. V11 at cleaning close: Valve 11 is closed at CIP. open: Valve 11 is open at CIP. S toggle When cleaning the vacuum storage tank, the valve is opened for a defined time (see next parameter). Must be configured during commissioning depending on the piping. V11 open time Opening time while cleaning the vacuum storage tank [s] V11 close time Closing time while cleaning the vacuum storage tank [s] Tanksegment valves close Position of the tank compartment valves open during cleaning Minimum Hot Wash Temp. Minimum temperature during hot cleaning. The total time during U which this temperature is exceeded during cleaning is recorded. [ C] Cleaning cycle times Cycle time 1 Valve cycle times for CIP (30 s) Cycle time 2 (5 s) only available if V11at cleaning is configured to "toggle".

51 Emptying settings (only with types TIGER and E-TIGER) Emptying settings (TIGER, E-TIGER) Overrun time When the system is empty, emptying continues for the configured time. U Truck pipe 5 s Trailer pipe 30 s To empty the measuring system, the driver can make the following selection: 1. Truck: only the line to the tank in the towing vehicle is emptied (follow-up time vehicle line: 5 s). 2. Truck and Trailer: the line to the tank in the towing vehicle is emptied (follow-up time vehicle line: 5 s) then it is switched (V16) on the line to the trailer (trailer follow-up time: 30 s) The following configuration is required for the selection of emptying options: The logical output 16 (pump over compartment) (not via V12 but directly to the trailer) must be configured. The logical input 24 (trailer present) is configured and the input is parallels desktop 13 - Crack Key For U or the logical input 24 (trailer present) is not configured. If this configuration is not given, it is always the first parameter Wavebox 4.1.0Product Key - Crack Key For U emptying of the vehicle line (5 s) used.

52 Milk temperature limits (all vehicle types) The milk to be collected can be monitored for compliance with a max. allowed temperature depending on time of day. To this end, you can enter three times with the corresponding temperature limits. If the temperature limits are exceeded, a warning message is displayed and the pump is stopped, if this is configured (see below). Milk temperature limits Delay Temp watch Temp. warning limit Time period 1 (2, 3) Valid until U Min. allowed temp. Max. allowed temp. Interrupt Pumping Delay of the temperature measurement after the system detects medium. [s] Temperature threshold. The value determines how many C before reaching a temperature limit, a warning is displayed. [ C] On/Off Activate or deactivate the time period for temperature monitoring Time until when the milk is monitored for compliance with the maximum allowed temperature. Lower temperature limit for milk intake during this time period [ C] Upper temperature limit for milk intake during this time period [ C] Yes: Pumping is interrupted if the maximum allowed temperature is exceeded. No: Pumping is not interrupted if the maximum allowed temperature is exceeded. Only a warning message is shown.

53 Truck air settings (only type E-TIGER) In the variant E-Tiger, the compressed air supply of the vehicle is monitored or controlled. Truck air settings Compressor control time Running time U Max. run time Engine start output Start time Follow-up time of the compressor after reaching the vehicle pressure. Maximum continuous running time of the compressor The output is set for the configured time to start the vehicle engine, when compressed air is required.

54 Vacuum Test 1 (only types TIGER, V 3003, E-TIGER) In this vacuum test, the vacuum in the system is created from valve V7 all the way to the NRV non-return valve. The second pressure sensor value is only displayed at Fleet Manager Password Level or above Vacuum Test 2 (only types TIGER, E-TIGER) In vacuum test 2, the intake hose can also be checked. To perform this test, a dummy coupling must be connected to the intake hose.

55 Vacuum sensor calibration (only types TIGER, E-TIGER) Start the sensor calibration. First, it is checked whether the system is empty. If the system is empty, the START softkey is displayed. Touch the START softkey. The pressure is equalized. The measured values of the two sensors are compared at ambient air pressure.

56 54 After comparison at ambient pressure, a vacuum is generated and the measured values of the two sensors are compared again. With different measured values of the two sensors, a corresponding offset value is determined. The SET OFFSET softkey is displayed. Touch the SET OFFSET softkey, to save the determined offset value. Messages during sensor calibration Message Pressure equalization. Make vacuum. System is not empty no start allowed Sensor offset out of range. Please check the sensors Sensors measure differently. Please check the sensors Sensor offset determined Vacuum not reached Meaning To compare the measured values of the two sensors, the pressure in the system is brought to the ambient pressure. To compare the measured values of the two sensors, a vacuum is generated in the system. The system is not empty; Sensor calibration can not be started. Empty the system and then start the sensor calibration. The determined measured value difference indicates a defective sensor. Different measured values, already at ambient pressure, indicate a defective sensor. An offset value could be determined The vacuum required for the adjustment could not be generated. There may be a leak.

57 Pump over unmeasured (only types TIGER and E-TIGER) If a connection for the unmeasured pumping over via valve 13 is present, can be configured additional parameters. Pump over unmeasured V11 close time V13 close time High power U Low power Max. PWM When finishing the unmeasured pump over will the valve 11 be closed after expiring this time. After closing valve 11 will be closed valve 13 after expiring this time. max. pump speed at high During pump over can be switched performance between high and low performance max. pump speed at low performance Max. PWM control while unmeasured pumping

58 Tank segment capacity Types LYNX, HLW, abo MAGYAR, ROMEX, Optimate and V plus The tank segment capacity is used to monitor the levels of the individual chambers by various methods. Upon reaching the configured volume the milk sucking or pump over is interrupted. Tank segment capacity Segment Monitoring Off: no segment monitoring Overall: The entire content of the tank can be monitored by entering the total volume. Inputs: With configured inputs the chamber volumes can be monitored. Switching between chambers is carried out manually (passive raw milk separation). Dialog: Without auxiliary devices (eg. valves, proximity switches), the chamber volume can be monitored by means of dialogues. Outputs: The chamber volumes are monitored with outputs. U Switching between chambers is carried out automatically (active raw milk separation) Chamber 1 ( 8) Chamber volume of the various chambers [l] Add up Volume Upon reaching the tank segment capacity, the over-supply quantity can be pumped in to the chamber after confirming the dialogue. Calculation liters/kg (only in Friesland Campina mode, see section ) Max. kg load Maximum load in kg Stop before loading The milk intake stops x kg before reaching the configured maximum weight. Then the intake can be continued until reaching the maximum weght. Milk density Average density of the milk in g/cm 3

59 57 Types TIGER, E-TIGER and V 3000 Tank segment capacity Segment Monitoring Off: no segment monitoring Overall: The entire content of the tank can be monitored by entering the total volume. Inputs: With configured inputs the chamber volumes can be monitored. Switching between chambers is carried out manually (passive raw milk separation). Dialog: Without auxiliary devices (eg. valves, proximity switches), the chamber volume can be monitored by means of dialogues. Outputs: The chamber volumes are monitored with outputs. Switching between chambers is carried out automatically U (active raw milk separation) Chamber 1 ( 8) Volume [l] of the individual compartments Segment 1 ( 8) on Truck Trailer Selection whether the segment with the respective number is located on the truck or on the trailer. The logical output 16 must be configured! Add up Volume When the tank compartment capacity is reached, after confirming a dialogue, you can continue pumping that overfilling quantity. Calculation liters/kg (in program mode Friesland Campina only, see section ) Max. kg load Stop before loading Maximum weight of the load in kg The milk Wavebox 4.1.0Product Key - Crack Key For U stops x kg before reaching the configured maximum weight, then it can be continued until reaching the maximum weight. Milk density Average density of the milk in g/cm 3

60 Tank segment order (all vehicle types) The order of tank segments can be set by entering numbers. This makes it possible to specify the filling- and pump over sequence.

61 Tank segment quality (all vehicle types) The milk quality can be assigned to the chambers here for active and passive raw milk separation. Tank segment quality Milk separation U Drain system Decreasing Increasing Volume good > bad Volume bad > good Segment select Auto. exchange chamber Chamber closing time On: Active raw milk separation is on. The segment selection is made by the controller. On: The measuring system is emptied at the beginning of the intake if the quality changes. On: The quality of the milk may be changed by the driver towards "bad". For this milk, the segment with the corresponding quality is suggested. There is also the possibility to take higher quality milk in a segment having a lower quality, without previously devaluing, e.g. if no more capacity is available in another segment. On: The quality of the milk may be changed by the driver towards good. For this milk, the segment with the corresponding quality is suggested. There is also the possibility to take lower quality milk in a segment having a higher quality e.g. if no more capacity is available in another segment. If lower quality milk is collected into a segment with higher quality, this segment is devaluated to the quality of the current intake for the remaining time of the tour. Volume at which the segment is switched from "good" to "bad" if the quality has changed (0 99l). Volume at which the segment is switched from "bad" to "good" if the quality has changed (0 99l). Automatic: The compartment is automatically selected according to the milk quality. manual: The compartment must be chosen by the user. On: When a segment is full it will be automatically be switched to the next segment with the same quality. Off: When a segment is full, switching to the next segment is proposed. The driver must confirm or can change it. Time for closing the valve of the previous chamber when the chamber changes [s] Chamber 1 ( 8) Milk quality of configured chambers, adjustable from 1 (best) to 8 (worst). Enter the volume always without forerun quantity!

62 Sensors/Actors Sensors/Actors PWM Frequency Frequency of the PWM control pulse of the pump control valve [Hz] Current output On: if a control block with current output is used Off: if the PWM control signal is used Temp 1 Offset Correction value for temperature sensor C C Bubble Parameters Air Impact Calibration Factor Calibration factor for the air calculation Firmware Version Displays the k-mif firmware version Driver Version Displays the k-mif driver version

63 61 Diagnosis All sensor values are displayed in the diagnostics window. Diagnosis Inputs (1 8) Status of digital inputs 1 8 PWM Settings (92-93 ) With the soft keys PWM UP and PWM DOWN, you can manually set the PWM output. Current Output (48-49 ) Current output [ma] Pump Revolutions (30-32 ) Current pump revolutions Temperatures Pt100 1 (50-53 ) Value of the connected temperature sensor PT100_1 (milk temperature) Pt100 2 ( ) Value of the connected temperature sensor PT100_2 (sampling cabinet temperature) Current Inputs Input 1 ( ) Value of power input I_IN1 (pressure sensor 1) Input 2 ( ) Value of FL Studio Crack 20.8.3.2304 & License Key [Latest] 2021 input I_IN2 (level sensor) Input 3 ( ) Value of power input I_IN3 (pressure sensor 2) Voltage Inputs Input 1 (45-47 ) Value of voltage input U_IN1 (bubble sensor 1) Input 2 ( ) Value of voltage input U_IN2 (bubble sensor 2) Input 3 ( ) Value of voltage input U_IN3 PIC Ticker 0 (not used) ANA Ticker Ticker for number of analogue input query Terminal designation

64 Inputs/Outputs The I/O V3003 module is only available with the measuring system type V Outputs in the MAK TIGER system The assignment of the outputs can be freely configured, the following allocation is recommended: No. log. No. invert. Resting state Designation Function 1 1 n L V1 Compressed air ejector 2 2 n L V2 Air for emptying 3 3 n L V3 Shut-off valve ejector inlet 4 4 n L V4 Throttle valve (open in idle position) 5 5 n L V5 Shut-off valve ejector outlet 6 6 n L V6 Shut-off valve vacuum tank 7 7 n L V7 intake valve 8 8 n L V8 pump shut-off valve 9 9 n L V9 cleaning valve inlet vacuum vessel n L V10 cleaning valve drain n L V11 pump over valve inlet (optional) 12 n L 13 n L 14 n L n L V15 throttle vacuum 16 n L The output voltage is stabilized, EMC technically protected against the vehicle power supply voltage to ensure to all control tasks. Therefore, connections to other potentials (eg. chassis ground reference or reverse voltages in the plus branch) are always galvanically decoupled (eg. with additional relay, if necessary).

65 63 Inputs in the MAK TIGER system The assignment of the inputs can be freely configured, the following allocation is recommended: No. log. No. invert. Resting state Designation Function 1 1 n L MS1 Milk sensor in the intake line 2 2 n L MS2 Milk sensor overfilling vacuum vessel 3 3 n L MS3 Milk sensor inlet / outlet vacuum vessel 4 4 n L MS4 Milk sensor pump over 5 5 n L Emergency mode switched on 6 n L 7 n L 8 n L For a complete overview of the inputs and outputs for MAK 3003 TIGER, HLW 3000, LYNX and abo-magyar see Appendix, section 4.2.

66 Compact Controller Compact Controller 1. ( 16.) Output logical allocation invert S 1. ( 8.) Input logical allocation invert Software allocation of outputs yes (switching mode is inverted) no (switching mode is not inverted) Software allocation of outputs yes (switching mode is inverted) no (switching mode is not inverted) resting state low: positive switching high negative switching Diagnosis Touching the DIAG softkey brings up a service function to test the functioning of inputs and outputs. Inputs 1-8 are shown as in the figure according to status. You can individually switch the 16 outputs on and off. The outputs set in the diagnosis are not reset until the you exit the window.

67 Ultrasampler controller Ultrasampler controller Physical Output 1 ( 8) Logical Output Invert Output U Physical Input 1 ( 8) Logical Input Invert Input Software allocation of outputs Yes (switching mode is inverted) No (switching mode is not inverted) Software allocation of inputs Yes (switching mode is inverted) No (switching mode is not inverted) resting state low: positive switching high negative switching Diagnosis The relay outputs are specifically reserved for the bottle drive!

68 I/O-Box 6753 The basic module of the I/O Box 6753 has 8 inputs and 8 outputs. In addition, the I/O box can be extended with additional modules, each with 8 inputs or outputs. I/O Box 6753 Basic module I/O-Box ( 7.) Input Logical Invert S 0. ( 7.) Output Logical Invert ON/OFF Software allocation of inputs Yes (switching mode is inverted) No (switching mode is not inverted) Software allocation of outputs Yes (switching mode is inverted) No (switching mode is not inverted) Pulse outputs can be controlled only by the 8 outputs of the basic module! Diagnosis

69 I/O V3003 (Available with V3003 system only) The V 3003 module has 8 outputs and 6 inputs. I/O V ( 8.) Output logical allocation Invert 1. ( 6.) Input logical allocation Invert Assignment of outputs in the software yes: The switching behaviour is inverted no: The switching behaviour is not inverted Assignment of inputs in the software yes: The switching behaviour is inverted no: The switching behaviour is not inverted Diagnosis

70 Sampling settings In the "Sampling settings" window only the hardware already activated is displayed Installed hardware Here, the hardware components for sampling are activated. Installed Hardware Ultrasampler Controller Flowlevelmeter 6826 S Bottledrive not installed Type Type Tiger Operating mode Config mode: (Only for configuration purpose! For configuration the FLM has to be connected to the P-Net and the flow not installed Type ABO 20 Monotrans Bartec Mini Semi-automatic lift CP 200 ABO-MAGYAR has to be adjusted (see ).

71 69 S Barcode Reader not installed installed Sampling Cabinet Temp not installed Ultrasampler Controller (Frequency Sensor) Compact Controller (Pt100 4 wire) Frequency sensor 2 not active: Sensor disabled. for unload: Use as temperature sensor during unload Cooling unit Not installed Vortex Pump Over/Unload Sample Yes: When unloading and pumping over sampling is carried out. No: When unloading and pumping over sampling is not carried out. Sample device number No. of the sampler controller If you have hardware modules activated, they are displayed in the "Sampling Settings" window. From here you have access to the parameters of the individual modules and settings for sampling. If changes are made to the hardware configuration which require a reboot, this will be pointed out to you on the display.

72 Sampling main parameters Sampling Main Parameter Filling Control Mode Current loop: Use FLM for filling control Compact Controller: Use MID for filling control Flow at 20 ma Flow rate expected by the ultrasampler at the power input [L/min] Sampling On Output Yes No Buzzer 105% Installed Horn for warning at 105% overfill Not installed Tour Sample at tour start On Off Single Sample at tour start On Off Single Sample after CIP On Off Pre-Sample Number Of Pre-Samples Number of pre-samples Number extra pre-samples Number of extra pre-samples, (if additional pre-sample is selected in the tour menu). after Pump Over Number of pre-samples after pumping over U Pre Sample Quantity Pump stop Intake quantity for the pre-sample [L] The pump is stopped if the adjusted quantity is reached as a percentage of the preset presample quantity Here you can change the the pre-saple quantity. (85%) Pre-Sample Time Lag Max. time between intakes, after this time, a new pre-sample is taken [min]. Blow-out time Duration to blow out sampling tube extensions [s]. (Only visible if output 93 is configured.) Max. Expected Volume Single samples are divided on several bottles when exeeding this preset quantity New vial at (0=off) To avoid overfilling, at the configured fill level (in%), the pumping process is stopped and a new bottle is fetched. Delete BC-Code No: Barcode is released for reuse after 200 barcodes again. Motor CIP-Frequency CIP: Barcode is released for reuse after CIP Tour: Barcode is released for reuse after tour end. rotation frequency of the stepping motors (single sampling and tour sampling) during cleaning (1250)

73 71 Correction Factors Correction of fat quantity during intake. In case of different intake quantities, aboveaverage fat values can be corrected. Low Estimate Range %(1/x) correction factor for fat quantity in % Operative Up To Quantity up to which the first correction factor applies [L] Middle Estimate Range %(1/x) correction factor for fat quantity in % Operative Up To Quantity up to which the second correction factor applies [L] High Estimate Range %(1/x) correction factor for fat quantity in % Start delay high amount Add. rinse tank sample Samp. during pump over Samp. during unloading Log flm values Standard Spülen Serial Number Firmware Version When a preset quantity is greater norton internet security crack - Crack Key For U the quantity to which the second correction factor applies ( Operative up to )the value entered here will be used instead of the value of the start delay for Sampler 1 [s]. On: The sampler will be rinsed after unloading or pumping over According to the quantity remaining in the tank, the preset quantity for tour sampling needs to be updated. Yes: Start sampling during pump over. (only visible if configured in Installed Hardware ) Yes: Start sampling during unload process (only visible if configured in Installed Hardware ) On: The flowlevelmeter values will be recorded in the log-file for service purposes. For the measurement type Lynx this parameter must be switched on! no function Displays the serial number of the ultrasampler controller. Displays the firmware version of the ultrasampler controller.

74 Sampler 1 (usually for single samples) Sampler 1 Operating Mode Vial Volume Overfill Tolerance Start Delay U Calibration Factor Pre-Flushing From Estimate Flushing Steps Minimum Pulse Steps S Minimum Pulse Frequency Not installed Single sample Tour sample Sampling vial volume in ml Allowed filling of the sampling vials e.g. 120% Bottle may be filled up to 20% over the rated volume Delay from the milk sensor signal ("milk present") up to sampling start [s]. If this value is increased, the fat content becomes higher for small and medium quantities. The pumping hose calibration factor indicates how many µl are filled per sampler rotation. (Enter 270 µl. Change the value if sampling vial filling volume deviates from the set value.) In case of intake quantities (set quantities) lower than the value entered here, no pre-flushing occurs. [L] Number of flushing steps when milk is detected in the pipe. Minimum number of motor steps. Minimum rpm of the sampler. If this rpm value is not reached, this triggers intermittent mode. (Default value 600) Sampler 2 (usually for tour samples) Parameters like sampler 1 Vial Volume: 500 ml

75 Bottle drive Bottle drive Bottledrive Transport Pulse Duration Time the star-wheel needs to move safely away from the proximity switch. [s] Transport Time Out Time after which an error message is generated if the transport process takes too long. Star Lock Signal Installed Not installed U Run In Container Handling yes No Pulse Duration Switch on time of the inlet chamber [s] Bottle drive linked to Sampler 1 Sampler 2 Serial Number Displays the serial number of the bottle drive control Firmware Version Displays the firmware version of the bottle drive control

76 74 Bottle drive ABO 20 Bottle drive ABO 20 Plate preload time Plate preload time - after this time, rotation is activated. [s] Plate rotate wait time Time from activation of rotation until the plate is in position. S Clow open/close time Wait time needed by the clow to open or close. Lift up/down Time Wait time during which the lift moves up or down. Bottle drive linked to Sampler 1 U Sampler 2 Bottle drive Monotrans Bottle drive Monotrans Magazine move time Plate pre-load time - after this time, rotation is activated. [s] S Magazine wait time Time from activation of rotation until the plate is in position. Bottle drive linked to Sampler 1 U Sampler 2

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78 76 CP 200 (NL bottle supply) CP 200 (NL bottle supply) Pulse duration turning S U Timeout turning Time until filling pos. Time until vial closed Timeout tag reader BD linked to Sampler 1 Sampler 2 (Latching via Sampler Controller) Note: Proximity switches in the Bottle Drive if positive switching, connect with switching module type on sampler controller terminal 47 and install a jumper from terminal 49 to input 7, terminal 32. Connect rotary motor (Bottle Drive) to terminal 46. maximum rotation time until error message opening time bottle close time bottle delay for TAG reading ABO MAGYAR ABO MAGYAR Get Allavsoft Crack 3.23.5.7794 With License Key 2021 [Latest] time U BD linked to Sampler 1 Sampler 2 bottle transport pulse duration for external bottle drive After this time barcode reading starts.

79 Flow level meter The menu item for the configuration of the flow level meter is displayed only when the flow level meter is in configuration mode (see section ). Flow level meter Flow at 20 ma U Serial Number Firmware Version Flow rate at which the FLM emits 20 ma (limits delivery flow) [l/min] This value can only be changed, if the FLM is connected to P-Net and installed. For normal operation, the FLM may not be connected to the P-Net. Displays the serial number of the flow level meter Displays the firmware version of the flow level meter Barcode reader Barcodeleser Interleaved 2 Of 5 String Min Length String Max Length U BC Read Error Time Serial Number Firmware Version On (standard) Off Minimum bar code length Maximum bar code length In case of a read error, this amount of time is waited and then a new reading cycle is started [s] Displays the serial number of the barcode reader Displays the firmware version of the barcode reader

80 Sampling cabinet temperature watching Sampling cabinet temperature watching Minimum temperature Lower sampling cabinet temperature limit [ C] Wavebox 4.1.0Product Key - Crack Key For U Temperature Upper sampling cabinet temperature limit [ C] Samp. Cab-Temp all On: The sample box temperature is recorded at each intake / delivery, regardless of temperature limits and recording interval. In addition to the current sample box temperature, will the maximum temperature since the last recording be recorded. U Record interval Time interval for recording the sample box temperature when the limit exceeds standard: 600 s). Sensor Calibration Frequency at 0 C calibration frequency at 0 C according to specification on the sensor Frequency at 25 C calibration frequency at 25 C according to specification on the sensor Active Frequency frequency at which the sensor reports "wetted" Cooling unit Cooling unit On at samp. Start Yes: The cooling unit is switched on when the sampler starts. No: The cooling unit will not be switched on. Switch on Temp. Sample box temperature at which the cooling starts ( C). S Pulse duration Duration of the cooling pulses (2 s) Cooling period Duration of a cooling period from the start of a cooling pulse to the start of the next cooling pulse (4 s)

81 Diagnosis In the diagnosis menu, the current rotational frequencies of the two sampler motors can be checked. In addition, the motors can be started for a short time to test them with the RUN MOTOR start key. In addition, the current values of the voltage and power inputs (for FLM) are displayed. When FLM is installed and P-Net is connected, the P-Net values of the FLM are also shown. In order to test the bottle drive, a bottle drive cycle can be run with "Bottle Drive Status". If a barcode reader is installed, barcode reading can also be activated.

82 Firmware Update After installing or changing the sampler controller, the current firmware version, which is stored in the software can be transferred to the sampler controller Power supply Power supply System Fan (no function for power supplies without fans) Switching Off Below Switching off temperature of the fan S Switching ON above Switching on temperature of the fan Firmware Version Displays the firmware version of the power supply

83 81 Diagnosis Here you can check the various voltages in the compact controller.

84 Peripheral Hardware Flow meter Flow Meter Ident number Calibration Factor System C S C Calibration Factor Flow Meter Output 3 Mode Flow at 20 ma Litre per pulse Dry start volume MID serial number Calibration factor of the MID saved in the calibration memory of the compact controller. It can only be changed if the calibration switch is on. Calibration factor saved in the MID. If the calibration switch in the MID is open, this is transferred to the MID. (upon delivery, the calibration switch in the MID is open). Off 4-20 ma The flow rate is measured based on power Hz The flow rate is measured based on frequency. Flow rate at which the FLM emits 20 ma (applies to mode 4-20 ma) Flow rate per pulse [L/pulse] (applies to mode Hz) For the quantity necessary for the measuring system. This is added to the measuring results at the first measurement.

85 GPS receiver GPS receiver GPS receiver Search radius U Load. Search Radius KM-Recording GPS-Logging Model Firmware Version switching the GPS receiver On or Off Radius around the determined geographic location in which a supplier must be found in order to identified [m] not used The distance (km) according to the GPS data will be recorded. When polling the GPS data, it will be recorded in EMF log for diagnostic purposes. Displays the model version Displays the firmware version

86 Printer Epson TMU295 EPSON TMU295 Print Function yes Printer activated no Printer deactivated Paper Output Front yes The paper is output at the front. no The paper is output at the back. Paper Release yes The paper is released after printing. no The paper is not released after printing. U Line per Page Number of lines (including the footer) to the end of a page when parameters are printed. If 0 is entered here, there are no page breaks (default: 54). Paper Eject on The paper is ejected off The paper remains in the printer and can be printed on Record On: Copies of the print outputs will be stored digitally. Record Interval Storage duration of print copies

87 85 Epson TM88 EPSON TM88 Printer function yes Printer activated no Printer deactivated Interface Interface to which the printer is connected. Baud Data rate Data Number of data bits 7, 8 Parity OFF U EVEN ODD Stop bit 1 2 Flow Control None Xon/Xoff Hardware Printer test Wavebox 4.1.0Product Key - Crack Key For U configuration: Prints the printer configuration Hex Dump - 3xFEED to STOP: Test print Paper feed test: Paper feed test

88 Screen This menu is used to set and calibrate the touch screen display. The touch screen is already calibrated when the system is delivered. It is only necessary to calibrate the touch screen if the display is difficult to read or if the system does not respond correctly to touch. Contrast Use the selection keys and to set the contrast to the required value and touch the Confirm softkey.

89 87 x/y Calibration The x/y calibration function is used to redefine the display coordinates. These determine the position of the keys on the touch screen. Follow the instructions on the display. Touch the top left-hand corner of the display. You should preferably do this using a pointed plastic object that cannot scratch the display. Then touch the bottom right-hand corner of the display.

90 88 Next, touch the point that appears on the display. The coordinates of the touch screen have now been defined. If the touch screen is not calibrated satisfactorily, you may have to repeat the procedure several times. The system must not be switched off during the calibration! Candle power Use the selection keys and to set the brightness of the display to the required value and touch the Confirm softkey.

91 89 Set blink on/off This is where you define whether the display should blink once each time you touch it or change without blinking. The setting takes effect as soon as you confirm the menu option! Calibrate HMI 1/2 (No function when using measurement system TIGER!) Two HMI display units can be installed for displaying information. When you confirm this menu option, you switch from calibrating Display HMI 1 to calibrating Display HMI 2 or vice versa. The following then appears in the title: Display HMI 1 or Display HMI 2.

92 V3003 HW Module The menu is only available if the measurement system type V3003 is selected (see section ). V3003 HW Module Module active Switching the module on or off (On) Level values Start Initial level at each start of suction to increase the vacuum (in% of the maximum filling level) (50%) Work Operating point of the air separator during milk intake (in % of the maximum filling level) (45%) Security Cut-off point of the air separator (in % of MediaHuman YouTube Downloader Crack 3.9.9.54 Free maximum filling level) (25%) Seal Level of the air separator after standstill (in % of the maximum filling level) (12%) Start value Start value Pump performance at the beginning of milk intake (in% of the S Appr. speed Tip Tronic Appr. speed Start seal value Start value Appr. speed Level fluctuations Measuring time Measuring end Level fluctuations maximum performance) (30%) Speed with which the level is raised in the direction of "setpoint" at the beginning of milk intake. (0,5%/s) If the required negative pressure is not reached at the desired level, the level of the air separator is raised. The parameter determines how quick the level is lowered back to the setpoint level. (1,5%/s) Performance with which the pump starts after stopping at the cut-off point and lowers the level in the direction of "calibration". (30) Speed with which the level is lowered in the direction of "calibration". (1,5) Level fluctuation, which must not be exceeded within the measuring time to stop the pump at the switch-off point. (0,05) Within the measuring time, the level must not fluctuate more than defined under " Level fluctuations ", so that the pump stops at the switch-off point. (1,0) Level fluctuation which must not be exceeded within one second so that the end of the measurement will be reached (0,05) Control parameter Prop. Factor Proportionality factor for influencing the control characteristic (0,5)

93 91 S PWM Frequency Operating frequency of the hydraulic valve (125) minimum Pulse pause ratio for controlling the hydraulic valve, which controls the hydraulic motor of the air separator. (=Valve position at 0% pump performance). The parameter must be set so, that the pump stops! (31) maximum Factor determining the displacement of the pulse pause ratio when the performance is increased Wavebox 4.1.0Product Key - Crack Key For U of the control range of the pump control). (68) Sensor thresholds Foam sensor Sensitivity of the foam sensor (60) Empty sensor Sensitivity of the empty sensor (60) Serial number Serial no. according to type plate Firmware Version N o of the firmware version Diagnosis

94 Tour puls sample Only visible if output 86 is configured. Tour puls sample On at tour start Yes: tour puls sample will be switched on, when the tour starts. No: tour puls sample will not be switched on, when the tour starts. Sleep time The bottle will not be filled durin this time (20-60 sec.) S Fill time During this time will the bottle be filled. Final fill time Duration at the end of the sample process where the sampling vent is continuously open [s]. (no regulation of the sampling process)

95 Belgium Sample Only visible if output 88 is configured. Belgium Sample Start wait time After starting the intake is a delay (5 15) seconds until the needle is inserted into the bottle. Start after Volume When this quantity is reached the needle is inserted into the bottle. sleep time During this time, the bottle is not filled (20-60 seconds) (output 89 must be active.) S fill time During this time, is the bottle filled. output 89 must be active.) On at tour start Yes: Belgium sample is switched on when the tour starts No: Belgium sample is not switched on when the tour starts Zwang: Belgium sample is always switched on and cannot be disabled during the tour RFID Reader TAG reader WAVEbox 1000S on or off

96 SMV 4 Sample The SMV 4 sample is used in the Netherlands to fill the single sample bottle. SMV 4 Sample Start wait time Pulse time Nu. of strokes Virtual flow Blow out U Wait time Airblow time Cleaning Short cleaning Interval time Puls 1 time Puls 2 time Delay time from moistening the milk sensor until the first stroke Drive time of the pneumatic piston Number of lowering strokes during milk intake assumed flow, as long as the MID does not measure any flow (Default: 1100) Delay time for blowing out after removal of the bottle Drive time of the blow-off valve Time until starting the 1 st drive interval Time from one drive interval to the next Drive pulse time for the piston Drive pulse time for blowing out

97 WAVEbox 1000S In Belgium the Wavebox 1000S is used for sample bottle identification and for reading and writing the tag information. WAVEbox 1000S Active Device ID Interface Baudrate Antenna 1 S Antenna 2 Antenna 3 Antenna 4 activate or deactivate the WAVEbox serial no. interface to which the WAVEbox is connected Baud rate Off Active: antenna for writing to the sample bottle tags Off Active: if an additional antenne for writing to the sample bottle tags is installed for additional samples not used

98 NL-Tag Automatic Configuration of the tag reader with automatic bottle feed (version Netherlands). NL-Tag Automatic Active Device ID S Interface Baud rate activate or deactivate the WAVEbox serial no. interface to which the WAVEbox is connected Baud rate NL-Tag Manual Configuration of the tag reader with manual bottle feed (version Netherlands). NL-Tag Manual Active Device ID S Interface Baud rate activate or deactivate the WAVEbox serial no. interface to which the WAVEbox is connected Baud rate The NL TAG reader (DIRAU TAG reader) can be used for driver- and sample bottle identification.

99 Tag reader DMK Configuration of the DMK-Tag reader (for driver identification). Tag reader DMK Active S Address Interface activate or deactivate the WAVEbox RS485 bus address of the Tag-reader interface to which the WAVEbox is connected Diagnosis of the Tag reader All tag readers, you can call a diagnostic tool with this softkey to verify that the tag reader function. Selection of the TAG reader for driver identification see page MKS-System To protect against foot-and-mouth disease, a disinfectant solution can be sprayed over the tires before leaving the yard. MKS-System Pressure build Time for pressure build-up in the tank (3 s) S Spraying time spray duration (5 s)

100 Network IP Network Settings General Settings BARTEC Server IP Routing and DNS Preferred Device U Network connection Auto (dhcp) Manual IP Current IP Proxy settings Use Proxy Proxy for HTML Proxy for FTP Proxy Server Proxy Port IP adress of the BARTEC server Selected network device for data connection eth0: Ethernet port in the compact-controller GPRS: mobile radio modem Yes: get IP address automatically (from router/dhcp server) No: manual IP address is used manual IP address for network card (only Ethernet) displays the current IP address (only Ethernet) Yes: The IP connection should be established via a proxy server. No: The IP connection should be established directly (without Proxy) Yes: HTML connections run via the proxy server. No: HTML connections run directly (without Proxy) Yes: FTP connections run via the proxy server. No: FTP connections run directly (without Proxy Address of the Proxy-Server to be used Port of the Proxy-Server to be used

101 Bluetooth Receiver The Bluetooth interface is used to connect the 3003 service tool and for using the BARTEC Android App. Bluetooth Bluetooth-receiver activate/deactivate the bluetooth-receiver Device Interface designation (/dev/ttyusb0) S Baud Baud Rate Selectione Pin access code Name Name of the application (e.g. N o of the tank or vehicle) The Bluetooth Interface has to be activated in the service menu (see section ) CAN / J1939

102 100 Configuration CAN / J1939 CAN/J1939 Address U Interlock Address W-AS Router Address switching the interface on or off Address used for J1939 communication Address range: Address of the Interlock source (e.g. PLC) 254: Interlock data will not be evaluated by the controller. Address of the W-AS router 254: W-AS router data will not be evaluated by the controller. FMS interface Off: FMS data will not be evaluated Simulation: FMS simulation software connected MAN Address claiming Priorities of transmit messages (Interlock xx xx) Firmware Version Driver Version SCANIA FMS data are provided by the vehicle type DAF Yes: The controller logs on to the bus with a fixed name and address and answers on Address Claiming Requests. No: The controller doesn t log on to the bus and doesn t answer Address Claiming Requests. The user must ensure that several bus participants do not use the same address. for service purposes Default: 6 displays the used firmware version displays the used driver version

103 101 Diagnosis The diag softkey opens a service function for diagnostics of the CAN / J1939 interface. Diagnosis (2)

104 Basic settings Basic settings System Date/Time Changing date and time settings (section ) U Language Selection of the display language (section ) Type of system Selection of the measurement system type (section ) S Program mode Selection of the program mode (section ) Kernel Version Bootloader Version Controller Serial Displays the version and serial numbers P-Net Firmware Version P-Net Driver Version HMI Firmware Version

105 System Date/Time System Date/Time C System Date System Time Auto-Synchronization Timezone Daylightsaving Daylightsaving Begin U Month Week Day of Week Daylightsaving End Month Week Day of Week Change the date setting Change the time setting Activate/deactivate the automatic clock synchronisation via GPS or GPRS. Set the time zone by entering the deviation from UTC Activate/deactivate the summertime settings Month when summertime begins Week when summertime begins Weekday when summertime begins Month when summertime ends Week when summertime ends Weekday when summertime ends If you change the date or time setting, will the system automatic be rebooted.

106 Language Language Selection of the display language de German cs Czech U en English nl Dutch pt Portuguese pl Polish fr French You can select the language in the main menu too (Main menu / Language) (see section 3.7). If you change the language setting, will the system automatic be rebooted Type of system The MAK software supports multiple types of measurement systems. Peripheral settings or software parameters may change depending on the system type. Type of system Selection of the measurement system type S Tiger HLW MID-Test Lynx ABO-Magyar E-Tiger V3003 Optimate ROMEX V plus

107 Program mode Company specific program modes are supported only in system type TIGER! Program mode Selection of the program mode S Standard FC-Mode DMK-Modus LetraQ (Friesland Campina) (Deutsches Milchkontor) Signatures Displays module signatures.

108 Internet GPRS Settings From program versiontwo data modems can be operated simultaneously on the system. The second modem allows parallel data transmission to two servers or the use of different SIM cards or providers. Only Modem 1 allows direct access to the system in case of service. The associated IP address is displayed on the start screen. Modem 2 is intended exclusively for transmission via the FTP message boxes (see ). Each message box can be assigned a modem. Depending on which modem is currently connected, a corresponding icon appears on the start screen: No modem connected Only modem 1 connected Only modem 2 connected Modem 1 and 2 connected

109 107 Each modem can be configured individually. GPRS Settings Device U D U Modem Schnittstelle: none (keine) /dev/ttysm0 /dev/ttysm1 /dev/usb/ttyusb0 Baud Rate Activate Modem yes Modem on no Modem off Provider Data APN-Server Dial-up server of provider APN User Provider APN Password Access password for the selected server SIM Data Dial String Entry of the call string PIN Code PIN of SIM card The PIN must be tenorshare icarefone 5.5.0 crack - Activators Patch here before the SIM card can be used. Security Report IP to BARTEC yes The system IP address (Modem 1) is sent to BARTEC each time you connect to the server. no The IP address is not sent.

110 108 Diagnosis Touching the DIAG softkey brings up a service function to diagnose the GPRS unit Data Transfer Transfer of FTL set and tour data is performed via FTP server.

111 109 FTL-FTP server Box Configuration Box Name Name of the message box Service Status run: Data transfer option on stopped: Data transfer option off Check Inbox Period Time period after which a check is performed to see if there are data to transfer to the vehicle. After each transmission of data, this test is also performed. Compress Data ZIP: data to be sent are compressed in ZIP format GZIP: data to be sent are compressed in GZIP format No: data to be sent are not compressed (Standard) Resume down- and uploads Yes: the server supports the resume function (resume in case of incomplete transfer) No: the server supports does not support the resume function Max amount of pending files Maximum number of files that have not yet been transferred. Modem no Number of the modem which the message box should use for transmission. S FTP Configuration Username The name provided for the vehicle Password The password provided for the vehicle Server Path Individual path on the FTP server IP/Domain Address of the data server IP/Domain (fallback) IP address of the data server Port Number of the port served by the server Security Enable TLS/SSL Yes data encryption No no data encryption Accept any Certificate Yes Every certificate is accepted No Only the certificate entered is accepted No (allow fallback) if the entered certificate is not found, another certificate will be accepted Certificate Certificate selection TSL/SSL Version Selection of the TLS/SSL version (TLSv1 or SSLv3)

112 110 Remote-Access For using the online service function (see section ) configure the access here. Dairy data separation If dairies are configured (see 3.4.3), each dairy will have its own message box. If dairy data separation is activated, the dairy data is transferred to the FTP account of the respective message box.

113 Software Update Remote Update Menu This menu option allows you to download Wavebox 4.1.0Product Key - Crack Key For U new program version of the controller software from the BARTEC BENKE server via a GPRS connection.

114 112 Update to version here you can enter the software version number to be downloaded from the server. If left blank, the latest version found on the server will be downloaded. The user name and password for the download are provided by BARTEC and must be entered manually. Start download Interrupt download Information about errors occuring Information about download status If the download is interrupted, e.g. if the connection to the server is terminated, then it will automatically be restarted after 5 minutes and resumed at the point where the interruption took place. In case of manual termination of the download, the data downloaded up to that point are deleted. In certain cases, the download must be restarted.

115 113 Establishing connection to server Data are being downloaded Download of compressed data was successful Server-client check values being compared. Files being unzipped The files are unzipped, the download is complete.

116 114 Switch SW Version After downloading a new software version, you can switch to the new version. Select the software version and touch the confirm softkey. Confirm the security query. Then shut down the system and reboot it. The new software version is available only after restarting the system.

117 115 Delete SW Version If multiple software versions are stored, you can delete the versions which are no longer needed. After confirming a safety query, the selected version is deleted.

118 Printer Ticket settings Select the language for the ticket from the available languages. The default forms define the layout of the ticket.

119 117 You can select one of the ticket forms and save it with a custom name. You can save different forms with the softkey (the layout of the printout will be based on the selected default form). Select one of the parameters and press the softkey to change the value. Enter a ticket identification and press the softkey to save the settings. If no ticket identification is entered, the system will return to the form selection screen. Press the softkey to abort the ticket settings. Use the or softkey to navigate through the configured ticket forms. Ticket Configuration Ticket Identification Horizontal Offset LF before ticket LF before position U LF between position LF beyond position Segment volume Invoice number Name of the ticket (will be displayed if multiple ticket forms are configured) Blank space between text and the left ticket border Blank lines at the top of the ticket Blank lines before positions Blank lines between positions Blank lines after positions Selection Print / Do not print Selection Print / Do not print

120 Printer settings Printer settings Ticketprint U Journal counter Parameterprint Yes: Ticket print active No: Ticket print deactivated Amount of tour journals that are being printed Yes: Parameter printout active No: Parameter printout deactivated Parameter print The current settings of the configuration parameters are printed on the configured printer (only when Parameterprint is activated, see above).

121 Main menu / Service Menu Service Menu Service Menu D Logfile Browser View of all stored log entries (3.6.1) Clear configuration Delete Parameter settings (3.6.2) Restore conf. from CF Load configuration from CF into CPU (3.6.3) Store conf. into CF Safe current configuration from CPU into CF (3.6.4) S Restore Backup Config Access to restore points (3.6.5) Store positions in to CF Save positions from CPU into CF (3.6.6) Load positions from CF Load positions from CF into CPU (3.6.7) Cleal RAM data Data of the last operation is deleted (3.6.8) C Clear database Data (order- schedule data) are deleted (3.6.9) S P-Net-Monitor P-Net monitor is opened (3.6.10) Online-Service Activate online service (3.6.11) D Bluetooth ON/OFF Activate or deactivate the Bluetooth interface (3.6.12)

122 Main menu / Service Menu Logfile Browser The logfile browser allows you to view all saved log entries. The information about the various operations is displayed in text format and can be read directly on the screen. Logfile Browse Update Log Audit Log D Events/Alarms Cleaning Log Boot Log Log entries about updates and update attempts Log entries about all parameter changes Log entries about all faults Log entries about cleaning Boot reports, boot scripts Within the log window, you can move the displayed content to the left, right, up or down using the arrow softkeys. You close the log window with the STOP key.

123 Main menu / Service Menu Clear configuration When you confirm the prompt, all parameter settings not subject to statutory calibration are cleared. When the seal switch is opened will also the parameter settings subject to statutory be cleared! Restore configuration from CF When you confirm the prompt, the configuration of parameters saved at the CF-card (see section 3.6.4) is loaded. The existing parameter settings are overwritten. When the seal switch is opened will also the parameter settings subject to statutory be overwritten!

124 Main menu / Service Menu Store configuration into CF When you confirm the prompt, the existing configuration of parameters will be saved to the CF-card. The saved configuration can be reloaded later (see section 3.6.3). This way you can e.g. easily set an identically configuration to several vehicles. With open seal switch will also calibration relevant data be saved to the CFcard Restore Backup Config The system can store up to 5 restore points, which can be accessed again in this menu. The external PC software "3003 Servicetool" generates a compressed file format that is supplied as "B3I package". When loading a B3i package or before importing data of an existing restore point new restore points are created. Access to the configuration file can be done via GPRS online or via a network cable.

125 Main menu / Service Menu 123 new B3I-package previous restore points After confirming the B3I package it is downloaded and activated. You can then select a restore point and restore the configuration state for that time. There is a separate manual for the 3003-Servicetool Store position into CF This menu item allows you to save the current GPS location database in the compact flash memory. There are saved the GPS positions of all suppliers and pump-over locations, including preset quantities.

126 Main menu / Service Menu Load position from CF This menu item allows you to transfer the GPS location database, saved in the compact-flash memory to the compact controller. In case of identical supplier numbers, the previous records are overwritten by the new!

127 Main menu / Service Menu Clear RAM data When you confirm the prompt, the contents of the RAM are cleared (data of the last intake) Clear database When you confirm the prompt, all data (GPS positions, supplier numbers, scheduled data, response data etc.) including the 3-months memory are deleted.

128 Main menu / Service Menu P-Net-Monitor The P-Net-Monitor is a service function for diagnostic of P-Net devices. For more details contact BARTEC service please. To display the functions of the P-Net monitor, touch one of the four softkeys on the right-hand side. INIT PAGE: Restore the default settings of the P-Net monitor. P-NET SCAN: You can perform a P-Net scan for diagnostic purposes. The address (hexadecimal), P-Net ID number, version, serial number and manufacturer s code are displayed in separate lines for all connected P-Net devices. SET P-NET ADDRESS: After entering the serial number (A no.) of a hardware component, you can assign a new P-NET slave address for this device. The serial number must be complete, in other words it must be entered together with the appropriate suffix (e.g. UE). EXIT: Exit the P-Net Monitor.

129 Main menu / Service Menu Online Service After activating the online service, you allow the BARTEC-Service access to service information of the vehicle. This allows downloading journals, log files etc. Access is via an FTP server. The connection is activated for 3 minutes, in which the access to the data needs to be started. The connection is automatically terminated when iPhone Backup Extractor 7.7.32.4142 Crack + Keygen Free Download 2021 is no access for 3 minutes The online service can be activated only if the access is configured (see page 110, Remote-Access) Bluetooth ON When a Bluetooth receiver is configured (see section ), you can activate the bluetooth interface here. If the Bluetooth interface is enabled, it is displayed by a symbol. With the BARTEC Service Tool can be established a connection via Bluetooth and accessed to the software.

130 Main menu / Language Language Selection of the display-language. You can select the language also in the menu / Basic settings / Language (see section ). If you change the language setting, will the system automatic be rebooted. 3.8 Cleaning For the vehicle types "LYNX", "TIGER", "E-TIGER" and "V 3003", the cleaning functions are also available outside of a tour. Depending on the configuration, manual cleaning ("cleaning") and / or automatic cleaning ("cleaning automatic") can be selected. The operation of these functions is described in the operating instructions. Note: When cleaning outside the tour, no cleaning data is recorded.

131 3.9 Special functions HLW Main menu / Special functions HLW 129 For the measurement system type HLW (see section ) are additional functions available for Wavebox 4.1.0Product Key - Crack Key For U of outputs Pump over The controller activates the pump-over output.

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