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Alfonso
08.07.2010, 17:08
I have 2 Tunze Stream 6105 one on the left and one on the right of the tank and I'd like them to work separately for 2 minutes starting from minimum power arriving maximum power.Could you please send me screenshoots for this setting?Thank you.

Matthias
08.07.2010, 17:47
for example like this:
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of course these settings have to be finetuned for your needs

Matthias
08.07.2010, 17:48
don't forget to set the function of the 2 1-10V-interfaces (e.g. L1 and L2 or L3 and L4) to "current pump 1" and "current pump 2"

boboxx
08.07.2010, 17:55
and to set the min voltage to 3v and max to 8v

Alfonso
08.07.2010, 21:43
for example like this:
576

of course these settings have to be finetuned for your needs

Thank you Matthias

Alfonso
08.07.2010, 21:45
and to set the min voltage to 3v and max to 8v

Thank you for your advice Boboxx could you please let me know where I must set this data?

Alfonso
08.07.2010, 21:50
don't forget to set the function of the 2 1-10V-interfaces (e.g. L1 and L2 or L3 and L4) to "current pump 1" and "current pump 2"

Since I have all the L port empty behind the Profilux 3ex and since I dont like to have too many cable around may I connect one pump in one L port and the other one in the other L port without using the Y adapter?

Blahenazo
11.07.2010, 15:14
offcourse you can.

I've been doing that since I got my p3 ex

boboxx
11.07.2010, 18:30
the voltage is set in PLC in System > 1-10V Iterface

mshur
11.07.2010, 21:31
For some reason my 2 pumps wouldnt work on Sequence 1 or 2. they only work on permanet or perm opposite mode. what could be possably wrong?
when i set on Sequence 1 i can see state is counting % but, pumps are dead.

Alfonso
13.07.2010, 12:59
offcourse you can.

I've been doing that since I got my p3 ex

Thank you!

Alfonso
13.07.2010, 13:00
the voltage is set in PLC in System > 1-10V Iterface

Thank you I'll try.

Alfonso
22.07.2010, 10:52
Is working now thank you everybody!