WIN slave KombiSIGN 70 24VAC/DC BK

  • Economical wireless-based Machine Data Collection system (MDC system)
  • Central monitoring of a wide range of different machines via PC
  • Reduction of reaction times, repair and maintenance requirements and
  • costs
  • No additional wiring as existing WERMA signal towers can be used and
  • signals are transmitted wirelessly
Part No.: 860.840.02
Diameter in mm: 70 mm
Voltage: 24V AC/DC
Protection rating: IP54
  • CE
  • RoHS
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$ 985.11*

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Mechanical data
Height 66 mm
Diameter 70 mm
Materials PC
Housing colour Black
Protection category IP54
Connection USB
Working temperature minimum -20°C
Working temperature maximum +50°C
Weight with packaging 125 g
Product weight 100 g
Electrical data
Operating voltage 24V
Operating voltage type AC/DC
Operating voltage frequency 50Hz
Operating voltage tolerance +/- 10%
Rated operational voltage 24 VDC
Rated operational current 40 mA
Rated inrush current 430 mA
Protection class Protection class 2
Pollution degree 2
connectivity WIN
Optical data
Service life optical 50,000 h maximum
Please note the safety instructions and system requirements.

Online Manual

Yes, you can read data into the WIN software via an XML interface. Online manual
Yes, you may choose between 4 transmission channels. You can operate one WIN master per channel. You do not have the full bandwidth (100 KHz) per channel. In the EU version, channel 1 operates on the frequency of 868.15 MHz, channel 2 on the frequency of 868.25 MHz, channel 3 on the frequency of 868.35 MHz and channel 4 on the frequency of 868.45 MHz. In the US version, channel 1 operates on the frequency of 912.997284 MHz, channel 2 on the frequency of 913.997040 MHz, channel 3 on the frequency of 915.996552 MHz and channel 4 on the frequency of 916.996307 MHz.
If the status of the signal tower changes, the WIN slave sends this new status to the WIN master within 3 seconds. If the signal status does not change, the WIN slave transmits the signal status every 12 seconds.
If you use more than one WIN master on one channel, this may cause radio transmission problems between the systems. This will generate frequent connection errors. In this case the WIN masters needs to be operated on different frequencies (see chapter 8.2). Link to the manual: https://www.werma.com/gfx/file/WIN_Update/manual/en_en/
Every WIN slave possesses a repeater function, by which the range between the WIN master and the WIN slave can be increased. Every WIN slave can thereby establish a connection with the master via a maximum of two other WIN slaves (repeater).
Please check the following points:
• Check the routing module in the software.
• Check the cabling on the slave. Is there a loose contact?
• Is the machine on?
•  Is the radio connection disturbed by other devices transmitting in 868 MHz or 434 MHz?
• Has the channel on the MASTER been changed without re-teaching the slave?
You can do the following:
• Data will only be logged, whilst the WIN software is working. Make sure that this is the case during the monitoring period.
• Check the connection quality in the Routing Module. If there are red connection lines, you should use more WIN slaves as repeaters. Simply position a WIN slave at the critical location (Optimise transmission range see chapter 7.6.4) Online manual
• Ensure that a permanent 24V supply is connected to terminal 5 of each WIN slave.
Please check the following points:
• Ensure that the WIN software has been installed.
• Disconnect the EthernetMASTER from the power supply and reconnect it.
• Check the server services (WERMA Connector Service, WERMA Server Service, SQL Server).
• Check your network (firewall, network components, switch, network cables).
To install the software you need administration rights for your PC. Please contact your IT-administrator.
Up to 50 WIN slaves can be monitored with one WIN master. You can use 4 masters per database.
This may cause connection errors between the WIN slaves, as the channel will close at some point and interruptions will occur.
You can monitor up to 4 elements per WIN slave. (or with the help of the blinking recognition up to 8 statuses).
You can monitor up to 3 elements per WIN slave performance (or with the help of the blinking recognition up to 6 statuses). One tier of the WIN slave performance is necessary for the counter input. If you use the additional the job input on one tier, you can only monitor up to 2 elements or 4 statuses.
The WIN software can monitor up to 600 cycles per minute. It is important that the count output from the machine is set up correctly.
The WIN master has no connection to a WIN slave, but is connected to a PC and is receiving power.
No, a WIN slave performance always needs one tier allocated to the counter input.
The counting pulse can be a maximum of 10 Hz. Please observe the conditions from chapter 0 and 7.1.3.2 in the manual. Online manual
No, the blink recognition cannot be selected for the tier with a counter input and not for the tier with job input.
Yes, these are:
• „F1“ => opens the manual (see chapter 0)
• „F10“ => Job quick start (see chapter 7.4.3.2)
• „F11“ => Opens the Runtime Module (see chapter 7.3)

Online manual

We recommend the following:
• The PC and master to which it is connected must be on 24/7
• The PC where the database is installed must be on 24/7
• WIN WERMA 4 Server service and WERMA WIN connector service must be running
The service runs in the background as soon as the PC or Server hosting the database is turned on. The WIN data is written to the WIN database without the WIN software running or a user being logged on.
We recommend deactivation of the energy save and hibernate modes as follows:
• PC with the WIN database
• PC with the WERMA WIN 4 Server service
• PC with the WIN master (USB) connected to it.

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