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Top 10 Reasons You Need
Temposonics Next Generation Products
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• Agenda
– Welcome!
– What is the Next Generation Platform?
– Top 10 Reasons
– Demonstration
– Closing
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• A Little History
– Temposonics I (1979)
• First magnetostrictive position feedback sensor (1974)
• Required interface / conditioning electronics (AOM / DIB …)
– Temposonics II (1989)
• “All-in-Head” design
• Personality modules
– Temposonics III (1997)
• Modular, SE-based design
• Analog based sensing (L-Series)
• Digital “smart” sensors (R-Series SSI, Fieldbus, etc.)
– What’s next?
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• Motivation for Next Generation Platform
– Continue to innovate without leaving customers behind
– Create foundation for core of future Temposonics
designs
– Satisfy the needs of large installed base of customers
• Provide a logical migration path for customers
• Focus on backwards compatibility in addition to
functionality and performance
• Provide added value & functionality
– Extended diagnostics
– Expanded programmability
– Reduced setup and troubleshooting effort
– Enhanced durability & reliability
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• The New Temposonics Product Family
– New R-Series - Next Generation Platform Product
• State-of-the-art magnetostrictive feedback performance
• “Smart” sensor for sophisticated control architectures
• Full line of analog, digital serial and fieldbus outputs
– G-Series - Next Generation Platform Product
• Traditional high performance
• Enhanced functionality & diagnostics
• Backwards compatible for T2 and L-Series replacements
– E-Series
• Basic performance and functionality
• Competitively priced
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Top 10 Reasons to Use Next Generation MTS Temposonics Sensors
1.
2.
NEW RUGGEDIZED DESIGN maximizes your machine productivity and uptime
while sensor diagnostics minimize your cost of operation and maintenance
SAVE AS MUCH AS 15% IN SENSOR COSTS when replacing previous
generation models
3. SENSORS ARE BACKWARDS COMPATIBLE with previous generation models
4. DIAGNOSTIC LED'S SAVE HOURS of troubleshooting time without the need for
voltmeter or oscilloscope
5. ENHANCED CIRCUITRY PROTECTION virtually eliminates the chance of
damaging sensing electronics due to mis-wiring
6. SAVE TIME with external/remote programmability – no need to open sensor
housing to make adjustments
7. SENSORS IMMEDIATELY DETECT a missing magnet or improper magnet
installation
8. SENSORS ELIMINATE THE NEED to remove oil or re-purge air from the
hydraulics when replacing or upgrading a sensor
9. REDUCE YOUR INVENTORY by stocking one programmable sensor model that
provides migration path options and supports future platforms
10. ORIGINAL FACTORY SETTINGS and user-adjusted parameters are saved in
memory, preserving sensor configuration information
Reason #10
10. ORIGINAL FACTORY SETTINGS and useradjusted parameters are saved in memory,
preserving sensor configuration information
Reason #10
• Microprocessor based design enables …
– Sophisticated communication between sensor and
outside world
• Infrared send and receive (G-Series)
• Serial communication via robust standard industrial
hardwired interfaces (RS-485 & RS-422)
– External programmability
• Sensor operational modes & parameters – E.g. voltage
vs current, zero & span, etc.
– Enhanced diagnostic capability
• Built-in LEDs for status and error indication
• Remote diagnostics over communication lines
– Storage of original factory and current user
parameter settings in EEPROM
Reason #8
8. RH & GH SENSORS ELIMINATE THE NEED to
remove oil or re-purge air from the hydraulics
when replacing or upgrading a sensor
Reason #8
• Completely new mechanical sensor package
– Shorter electronics housing length (~ T2 length)
– Sealed sensor electronics housing & sensing
element (SE) with removable sensor “cartridge”
– Incorporates IP 67 sealing and dual EMI shielding
GHB / RHB
Reasons #7 & #4
7. SENSORS IMMEDIATELY DETECT a missing
magnet or improper magnet installation
4. DIAGNOSTIC LED'S SAVE HOURS of
troubleshooting time without the need for
voltmeter or oscilloscope
Reasons #7 & #4
• Visual LED Codes
– Includes, but not
limited to:
Green
(“Power”)
Red
(“Error”)
Description
OFF
OFF
No supply voltage
ON
OFF
Normal function
ON
ON
Magnet not detected
ON
FLASHING
Missing (external) interrogation
FLASHING
FLASHING
Power out of range (high or low)
OFF
FLASHING
IR programming mode
FLASHING
OFF
Serial programming mode
Reasons #9 & #6
9. REDUCE YOUR INVENTORY by stocking one
programmable sensor model that provides
migration path options and supports future
platforms
6. SAVE TIME with external/remote programmability
– no need to open sensor housing to make
adjustments
Reasons #9 & #6
• G-Series User Interface
– On-board intelligence enables …
• Visual LEDs for status and error indication
• Infrared send & receive
– Handheld Remote Programmer
– PDA devices
• Serial communication options
– PC Setup Program
– Third Party / Customized OEM products
» Industrial Panel Meter/Programmer
» PC/PLC Control Interface
Reasons #9 & #6
• G-Series User Interface Summary
LED Visual
Indication
Handheld
Programmer
GSeriesSensor
PC Programming &
DiagnosticInterface
PLC/PC
ControlInterface
d i g i t a l
Panel Meter/
Programmer
ZERO 0.100
SETUP
OK
<
>
A
B
Reasons #9 & #6
• PC Based Programming and Diagnostics
– MTS PC based software ideal when users:
• Require additional programming and diagnostics
capability – E.g. “bench configuring” of user’s sensor
inventory
• Have limited physical access to sensor - Remote
programming and troubleshooting
– This tool will also be a significant asset for user and
factory field service support
Serial Converter
G-Series Sensor
Windows PC
Reasons #9 & #6
• PC Based Programming
– Digital Pulse Outputs
• Output mode selectable – Start/Stop or PWM
• Interrogation mode selectable – Internal or External for PWM
outputs
• Number of Recirculations selectable - 1 to 15 for PWM outputs
– Analog Outputs
• Output mode selectable – Current or Voltage
• Voltage output programmable
– Adjustable within -10 and +10 Vdc (forward and reverse acting)
– Multiple ranges selectable – E.g. 0-5, 5-0, 0-10, 10-0, etc.
• Current output programmable
– Adjustable within 0 and 20 mA (forward and reverse acting)
– Multiple ranges selectable – E.g. 0-20, 20-0
• Zero and span adjustable across 100% of range (1” minimum
stroke)
Reasons #9 & #6
• G-Series PC Setup Software
– Sensor Info Screen
• Programmable Parameters
• Factory Settings
• Internal Sensor Variables
• Diagnostic Codes
– Output Setup Screen - Simple,
intuitive, interactive
• Recognizes sensor output type
• Responds with only applicable
options
• Prompts user to confirm changes
affecting operation
Reasons #9 & #6
• “Remote” Programming w/Handheld Devices
– Utilizes IR communications (coincident w/visual LEDs)
– Provides user w/simple, low cost tool to adjust sensor
output parameters (AKA “screwdriver replacement”)
– Enables G-Series parameter programming:
• For Digital Pulse Outputs
– Start/Stop or PWM mode
– Internal or External interrogation for PWM mode
– Number of recirculations (1 to 15) for PWM mode
• For Analog Outputs
– Full adjustment for zero and span set points
Reason #5
5. ENHANCED CIRCUITRY PROTECTION virtually
eliminates the chance of damaging sensing
electronics due to mis-wiring
Reason #5
• G-Series Connection Options
– Wiring – Only six pins/wires means less confusion
Pin
No.
Wire
Color
Digital Pulse Outputs
Function
Analog Outputs
Function
1
Gray
(-) Gate for PWM
(-) Stop for Start/Stop or
Serial programming (RS-422)
0 to 10, -10 to +10 Vdc or
4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA
Forward & reverse acting
2
Pink
(+) Gate for PWM
(+) Stop for Start/Stop or
Serial programming (RS-422)
Return for Pin 1
3
Yellow
(+) Interrogation for PWM
(+) Start for Start/Stop or
Serial programming (RS-422)
Serial programming
(RS-485)
4
Green
(-) Interrogation for PWM
(-) Start for Start/Stop or
Serial programming (RS-422)
Serial programming
(RS-485)
5
Red or
Brown
Supply Voltage (+Vdc)
Supply Voltage (+Vdc)
6
White
DC Ground (for supply)
DC Ground (for supply)
Reason #5
• Enhanced Circuitry Protection
– Over-voltage (on input voltage lines) to 36 Vdc
– Mis-wiring protection to 30 Vdc for any conductor
combination*
– Allows for “hot-swapping” of sensors
– More tolerant for field retrofits & replacments
* Except for comm. lines on some bus sensors
Reason #3
3. SENSORS ARE BACKWARDS COMPATIBLE
with previous generation models
Reason #3
• G-Series vs Legacy Sensor Comparison
Specification
Outputs vs Stroke
Analog Output Ranges
LED Indication
Programmability
User Programmable
Parameters
Input Voltage Range(s)
Multiple Magnets (Start/Stop)
Connection Options
Ingress Protection Rating
Electronics Housing Length *
T2
L-Series
G-Series
300” for all
(not including current)
100” for Analog
300” for Digital Pulse
100” for Analog
300” for Digital Pulse
Current not available
-10 to +10 Vdc (fwd/rev)
0 and 4 to 20 mA (fwd/rev)
0 to 10 Vdc (fwd/rev)
0 and 4 to 20 mA (fwd/rev)
0 to +10 Vdc (fwd/rev) OR
-10 to +10 Vdc (fwd/rev)
No
No
Yes
Pushbutton only
Pushbutton (Analog) only
IR or Hardwired (PC based)
Analog – Null & Span (100%)
Digital – Recircs (1-127) &
Interrogation type
Analog - Null & Span (5%)
Digital - NA
Analog – Null & Span (100%)
Digital – Recircs (1-15) &
Interrogation type
+/-12 to +/-15 Vdc
+13.5 to 26.4 Vdc (< 60”)
+24 +/-10% Vdc (> 60”)
+24 +20/-15% Vdc OR
+9.0 to 28.8 Vdc
Up to 15
Up to 6
Up to 15
Integral RB connector or cables
w/in-line connectors
Numerous integral
connector and cable options
Integral D60 connector or
cables w/in-line connectors
IP 65
IP 67 (LH) / IP 65 (LP)
IP 67 for all
64 mm (2.52”)
80 mm (3.15”)
68 mm (2.68”)
* H-Style Flange Face to Connector Flange Face
Reason #3
• Power Supply Input Voltage
– 1 = +24 Vdc (+20%, -15%), Standard
– 2 = +9 to +28.8 Vdc
• Optional (daughter board)
• Used for Tempo II and LH replacements that used
+/-15 Vdc inputs
• Also works with standard 24 Vdc inputs
Reason #3
• Connection Options
– Integral Connector – Six-pin DIN standard
– Integral Cable
• Standard grey PVC jacket
• NEW Heavy duty polyurethane (PUR) jacket
cable option
– More durable & compliant under environmental
extremes
– Oil resistant
Reason #3
• Connection Options
– Replacements and retrofits
• Field installable connectors (to retrofit existing cables)
• Adapter ("patch") cables
• Integral cable w/inline (hanging) male connectors
Adapter Cable
Integral Cable w/
In-Line Connector
Reason #2
2. SAVE AS MUCH AS 15% IN SENSOR COSTS
when replacing previous generation models
Reason #2
• Reduce Costs Using G-Series Sensors
– Example: Replacing 12” Tempo II/RB/PWM with
GH
• Tempo II List Price* = $832
• “Drop-In” Replacement
– GH Base Sensor List Price = $692
– Power Board Option = $73
– In-line Connector (Option #1) = $57
– Total w/Option #1 = $822
* 2004 Pricing
Reason #2
• Reduce Costs Using G-Series Sensors
– Example: Replacing 12” Tempo II/RB/PWM with
GH
• “Interim” Replacement*
– GH Base Sensor List Price = $692
– Power Board Option = $73
– Adapter Cable (Option #2) = $95
– Total w/Option #2 = $860
* Accommodates eventual replacement of extension cable. Adapter cables can be reused on later replacements.
Reason #2
• Reduce Costs Using G-Series Sensors
– Example: Replacing 12” Tempo II/RB/PWM with
GH
• “Final Solution” Replacement*
– GH Base Sensor List Price = $692
– Power Board Option = $73
– New 25’ Extension Cable (Option #3) = $120
– Total w/Option #3 = $885
* Replacement of extension cable is only required once.
Reason #2
• Reduce Costs Using G-Series Sensors
– Example: Replacing 12” Tempo II/RB/PWM with
GH
• Tempo II List Price = $832
• “Drop-In” Replacement = $822 (-$10 / -1%)
• “Interim” Replacement = $860 (+$28 / +3%)
• “Final Solution” Replacement = $885 (+$53 / +6.4%)
• Direct G-Series Replacement = $692 (-$140 / 17%)
– Customer invests a nominal cost for initial
change to reap significant savings afterwards
Reason #1
1. NEW RUGGEDIZED DESIGN maximizes your
machine productivity and uptime while sensor
diagnostics minimize your cost of operation and
maintenance
Reason #1
• Superior Ruggedness & Environmental Immunity
– Improved shock and vibration rating
• Shock – 100 g survivability
• RMS Vibration – 10 g in-spec, 40 g survivability / 102000Hz
– Double EMI shielding for industry’s highest EMC
immunity protection (IEC 61000-4-2/3/4/5/8/8/9 Test
Level 3, 4, Criteria A)
– Electronics housings are IP67
– Heavy duty polyurethane cabling and Viton seal options
for harsh environments
– Better long term stability & reliability due to elimination of
internal wiring, trim pots and switches
Reason #1
• Diagnostics - Smart LEDs!!!
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• Product Demonstration
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Top 10 Reasons to Use Next Generation MTS Temposonics Sensors
1.
2.
NEW RUGGEDIZED DESIGN maximizes your machine productivity and uptime
while sensor diagnostics minimize your cost of operation and maintenance
SAVE AS MUCH AS 15% IN SENSOR COSTS when replacing previous
generation models
3. SENSORS ARE BACKWARDS COMPATIBLE with previous generation models
4. DIAGNOSTIC LED'S SAVE HOURS of troubleshooting time without the need for
voltmeter or oscilloscope
5. ENHANCED CIRCUITRY PROTECTION virtually eliminates the chance of
damaging sensing electronics due to mis-wiring
6. SAVE TIME with external/remote programmability – no need to open sensor
housing to make adjustments
7. SENSORS IMMEDIATELY DETECT a missing magnet or improper magnet
installation
8. SENSORS ELIMINATE THE NEED to remove oil or re-purge air from the
hydraulics when replacing or upgrading a sensor
9. REDUCE YOUR INVENTORY by stocking one programmable sensor model that
provides migration path options and supports future platforms
10. ORIGINAL FACTORY SETTINGS and user-adjusted parameters are saved in
memory, preserving sensor configuration information
Temposonics® Top 10
If you haven’t looked at Temposonics
sensors lately, we hope these reasons
make it worth your while to reconsider
buying our products
Contact your local MTS Temposonics sales
representative for more info
Thank you for attending!