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nutek ntm110l instruction manual

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JB

#69997

nutek ntm110l instruction manual | 24 July, 2013

Hello, we have just bought a used nutek ntm110l and are looking for an instruction manual, anyone know where I can download one? Issue we have is that the bottom conveyor is constantly running, is there anyway to stop it? until we load a rack? some jobs we do only needs one rack of PCB's so its never going to get another rack.

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#70031

nutek ntm110l instruction manual | 25 July, 2013

We have the same magazine-loaders. It´s not possible to stop the bottom conveyor. It`s hardcoded in the plc , you have to modify the plc-program to change this functionality. The instruction-manuals are also not generic as there are some different versions available, so you need to ask Nutek for the correct manual that matches to your Loader.

best regards

Christian

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#70037

nutek ntm110l instruction manual | 25 July, 2013

We occasionally have the same issue with ours, but it is caused when the sensor, (that is supposed to detect when the magazine has emptied), has been knocked out of alignment. If you a transmitter/sensor set mounted at the exit end, make sure that it is aligned properly.

These sensors getting knocked out of alignment is very common. The operators hit them when loading and unloading the magazines.

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#70048

nutek ntm110l instruction manual | 26 July, 2013

You`re right this is also a possible reason.

But we have 2 Loaders from 1997 here where the error comes from the plc-program . Although all sensors are working fine the bottom conveyors are always running.

We`ve planned to modify the program.

BR

Chris

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JB

#70114

nutek ntm110l instruction manual | 30 July, 2013

I've checked the sensors and they look ok, I'm guessing its the plc-program then.

If you get it working i'd be interested in knowing how to do it to ours.

Already checked with Nutek and the manual is quite expensive so I guess we'll do with out it. I sure there must be common features between these onloaders so some of the manual would be relevant?

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