Laser Optical Micrometer, RF656 Series

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2 2 Contents 1. Safety precautions Electromagnetic compatibility General information Basic technical data Example of item designation when ordering Structure and operating principle Ways of using Dimensions and mounting Overall and mounting dimensions Connection Designation of connector contacts Cables Configuration parameters Sampling mode Sampling period Number of averaged values/time of averaging Type of the result The micrometer can provide the following types of results: Nominal value and tolerances Logical outputs operation modes Number of borders Numbers of borders under control Description of RS232 and RS485 interfaces RS232 port RS485 port Modes of data transfer Configuration parameters Rate of data transfer through serial port Net address Factory parameters table Interfacing protocol Serial data transmission format Communication sessions types Request Message Answer Data stream Request codes and list of parameters Analog outputs Current output 4 20 ma Voltage output Configuration parameters Range of the analog output Analog output operation mode Factory parameters table Request codes and list of parameters Request codes table List of parameters Notes Examples of parameters installation Examples of communication sessions Parameterization program Function Obtaining connection to micrometer... 18

3 14.3. Setting and saving parameters of the sensor Setting parameters Setting of deviation type result Saving parameters Saving and writing a group of parameters Operation of micrometer Warranty policy Distributors Annex 1. Sensors produced by RIFTEK

4 Environment resistance Laser Optical Micrometer, RF656 Series 1. Safety precautions Use supply voltage and interfaces indicated in the micrometer specifications. In connection/disconnection of cables, the micrometer power must be switched off. Do not use micrometers in locations close to powerful light sources. To obtain stable results, wait about 20 minutes after sensor activation to achieve uniform micrometer warmup Electromagnetic compatibility The micrometers have been developed for use in industry and meet the requirements of the following standards: EN 55022:2006 Information Technology Equipment. Radio disturbance characteristics. Limits and methods of measurement. EN :2005 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Generic standards. Immunity for industrial environments. EN :2006 Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, and Laboratory Use. EMC Requirements. General requirements. 3. General information The optical micrometers are intended for noncontact measuring and checking of displacement, dimensions, surface profile, deformation, gaps of technological objects. The series includes 2 models with the measurement range, from 6 to 25 mm. 4. Basic technical data Model РФ Measurement range, mm 1х6 5х25 Distance between receiver and emitter, mm Linearity 1, um 0,5 1 Max. measurement frequency, Hz 800 Light source laser safety Class light diode 1 (IEC608251) Output digital RS232 (max. 460,8 kbit/s) or RS485 (max. 460,8 kbit/s) interface analog 4 20 ma ( 500 Ω load) or 0 10 V Synchronization input 2,4 5 В (CMOS, TTL) Logic output programmed functions, NPN: 100 ma max; 40 V max for output Power supply, V 24 (13 38) Power consumption, W 1,5..2 Enclosure rating IP67 (RF65625) Vibration 20g/ Hz, 6 hours, for each of XYZ axes Shock 30 g / 6 ms Operation temperature, С , Permissible ambient light, lx 7000 Relative humidity 3585% Housing material aluminum Weight (without cable), gram

5 1 Typical data obtained when a knife edge was used to interrupt the laser beam 5 5. Example of item designation when ordering RF656XSERIALANALOGINLOUTССM Symbol X SERIAL Description Base distance (6 or 25), mm The type of serial interface: RS or RS ANALOG Attribute showing the presence of 4 20 ma ( I ) or 0 10V ( U ) IN Trigger input (input of synchronization) presence LOUT Availability of programmed logical output* CC Cable gland CG, or cable connector CC М Cable length, m Example. RF IINСG operating range 25 mm, RS232 serial port, 4 20mA, trigger input, cable connector, 3 m cable length. *When ordering micrometer with logical outputs (LOUT), the micrometer goes only with cable gland (CG). 6. Structure and operating principle The micrometer operation is based on the socalled shadow principle, Fig.1. The micrometer consists of two blocks transmitter and receiver. Radiation of a semiconductor laser 1 is collimated by a lens 2. With an object placed in the collimated beam region, shadow image formed is scanned with a CCD photodetector array 3. A processor 4 calculates the position (size) of the object from the position of shadow border (borders). Transmitter Излучатель Object Объект Receiver Приемник 7. Ways of using Figure 1 Ways of using the micrometer for gauging of technological objects are shown in Fig. 2. Fig.2.1 measuring of the edge position; Fig.2.2. measuring of size or position; Fig.2.3. measuring of the gap value or position; Fig.2.4. measuring of internal or external dimension; Fig.2.5. measuring of the size or position of largesize objects.

6 ИЗЛУЧАТЕЛЬ Laser Optical Micrometer, RF656 Series 6 Figure Dimensions and mounting 8.1. Overall and mounting dimensions Overall and mounting dimensions of the micrometers are shown in Figures 3 and 4. Micrometer package is made of anodized aluminum. The rail have fastening holes allowing setup of the device on equipment. Measuring range ИЗМЕРИТЕЛЬНАЯ ОБЛАСТЬ 6 R E 2 ПРИЕМНИК RECEIVER Picture. 4. RF6566

7 RECEIVER TRANSMITTER 7 Measuring range GUIDING LINE Optical axle Picture. 4. RF Connection 9.1. Designation of connector contacts View from the side of connector contacts used in the micrometer is shown in the following figures. (Binder 702 Series, # )

8 8 Designation of contacts is given in the following tables: Model of the sensor Pin number Assignment 232U/IINAL 485U/IINAL IN Gnd (power supply) TXD RXD Gnd (Common for signals) AL U/I Power U+ IN Gnd (power supply) DATA+ DATA Gnd (Common for signals) AL U/I Power U+ When ordering micrometer with logical outputs (LOUT), the micrometer goes only with cable gland (CG) Cables Designation of cable wires is given in the table below: Cable #1 Model of the sensor Pin number Assignment Wire color 232U/IINAL DB9 DB9 DB Power U+ Gnd (power) TXD RXD U/I IN Gnd (Common for signals) Red Brown Green Yellow Blue White Gray 485U/IINAL 485U/IINLOUTCG DB9 DB9 DB9 DB9 DB9 DB Power U+ Gnd (power) TXD RXD U/I AGnd IN Gnd (Common for signals) NormLimit UpLimit LowLimit Power U+ Gnd (power) DATA+ DATA U/I AGnd IN Gnd (Common for signals) NormLimit UpLimit LowLimit Red Brown Green Yellow Blue Gray Violet Black White and Green Red and Blue Gray and Pink Red Brown Green Yellow Blue Gray Violet Black White and Green Red and Blue Gray and Pink

9 9 10. Configuration parameters The nature of operation of the micrometer depends on its configuration parameters (operation modes), which can be changed only by transmission of commands through serial port RS232 or RS485. The basic parameters are as follows: Sampling mode This parameter specifies one of the two result sampling options in the case where the micrometer works in the data stream mode: Time Sampling; Trigger Sampling. With Time Sampling selected, the micrometer automatically transmits the measurement result via serial interface in accordance with selected time interval (sampling period). With Trigger sampling is selected, the micrometer transmits the measurement result when external synchronization input (IN input of the sensor) is switched and taking the division factor set into account Sampling period If the Time Sampling mode is selected, the sampling period parameter determines the time interval in which the sensor will automatically transmit the measurement result. The time interval value is set in increments of 0.01 ms. For example, for the parameter value equal to 100, data are transmitted through bitserial interface with a period of 0,01*100 = 1 ms. If the Trigger Sampling mode is selected, the sampling period parameter determines the division factor for the external synchronization input. For example, for the parameter value equal to 100, data are transmitted through bitserial interface when each 100 th synchronizing pulse arrives at IN input of the micrometer. Note 1. It should be noted that the sampling mode and sampling period parameters control only the transmission of data. The micrometer operation algorithm is so built that measurements are taken at a maximum possible rate determined by the integration time period, the measurement results is sent to buffer and stored therein until a new result arrives. The abovementioned parameters determine the method of the readout of the result form the buffer. Note 2. If the bitserial interface is used to receive the result, the time required for data transmission at selected data transmission rate should be taken into account in the case where small sampling period intervals are used. If the transmission time exceeds the sampling period, it is this time that will determine the data transmission rate. Note 3. It should be taken into account that micrometers differ from other devices by some parameters dispersion of internal generator that influences on accuracy of time sampling period Number of averaged values/time of averaging This parameter specifies the number of source results to be averaged for deriving the output value or time of the averaging. The use of averaging makes it possible to reduce the output noise and increase the sensor resolution. Averaging over a number of results does not affect the data update in the sensor output buffer.

10 10 In case of time averaging, data in the output buffer are updated at a rate equal to the averaging period. Note. Maximum parameters value is Type of the result The micrometer can provide the following types of results: object size, or position, or deviation of size (position) from the target (nominal) value Nominal value and tolerances The nominal value (size or position) can be transmitted as a pameter or preset by teaching. In the course of measurement, the micrometer controls sizes going beyond the permissible limits. Value of tolerances can be transmitted as parameters Logical outputs operation modes Logical outputs of the micrometer are used to signal that the size under control is within or outside the tolerances selected. Logics of operation of the outputs can be changed, i.e. activate either low or high logical level Number of borders A border means lightshadow transition or shadowlight transition which forms a shadow image of the object. Measurement is only conducted in the case where the number of borders detected by micrometer corresponds to a given parameter Numbers of borders under control The measurement domain can include up to 8 borders, however, measurement can be made in relation to any two borders (hereinafter borders А and В), whose numbers are specified by this parameter. Border numbers are counted in the direction of scanning. Direction of scanning is indicated on the body of receiver The reserved parameters are used for the micrometers setting. Change of these parameters can lead to infringement of micrometer calibration. Correct change of parameters is made with the help of the installation program supplied with the micrometer. 11. Description of RS232 and RS485 interfaces RS232 port The RS232 port ensures a pointtopoint connection and allows the sensor to be connected directly to RS232 port of a computer or controller RS485 port In accordance with the protocol accepted and hardware capability, the RS485 port makes it possible to connect up to 127 sensors to one data collection unit by a common bus circuit.

11 Modes of data transfer Through these serial interfaces measurement data can be obtained by two methods: by single requests (inquiries); by automatic data streaming (stream) Configuration parameters Rate of data transfer through serial port This parameter defines the rate of data transmission via the bitserial interface in increments of 2400 bit/s. For example, the parameter value equal to 4 gives the transmission rate of 2400*4 = 9600 bit/s. Note. The maximum transmission rate for RS232 interface is 460,8 kbit/s, and for RS485 interface the rate is 921,6 kbit/s Net address. This parameter defines the network address of the sensor equipped with RS485 interface. Note. Network data communications protocol assumes the presence of master in the net, which can be a computer or other informationgathering device, and from 1 to 127 slaves (RF656 Series sensors) which support the protocol. Each slave is assigned a unique network identification code a device address. The address is used to form requests or inquiries all over the net. Each slave receive inquiries containing its unique address as well as 0 address which is broadcastoriented and can be used for formation of generic commands, for example, for simultaneous latching of values of all sensors and for working with only one sensor (with both RS232 port and RS485 port) Factory parameters table Parameter Value Baud rate 9600 bit/s Net address 1 Mode of data transfer request Interfacing protocol Serial data transmission format Data message has the following format: 1 startbit 8 data bits 1 odd bit 1 stopbit Communication sessions types The communications protocol is formed by communication sessions, which are only initiated by the master (PC, controller). There are two kinds of sessions with such structures: 1) request, [ message ] [ answer ], square brackets include optional elements 2) request data stream [ request ] Request Request (INC) is a twobyte message, which fully controls communication session. The request message is the only one of all messages in a session where most significant bit is set at 0, therefore, it serves to synchronize the beginning of the session.

12 12 In addition, it contains the device address (ADR), code of request (COD) and, optional, the message [MSG]. "Request" format: Byte 0 Byte 1 [ Bites 2 N ] INC0(7:0) INC1(7:0) MSG 0 ADR(6:0) COD(3:0) Message "Message is data burst that can be transmitted by master in the course of the session. All messages with a "message" burst contain 1 in the most significant digit. Data in a message are transferred in tetrads. When byte is transmitted, lower tetrad goes first, and then follows higher tetrad. When multibyte values are transferred, the transmission begins with lower byte. The following is the format of two message data bursts for transmission of byte: DAT(7:0) Byte 0 Byte DAT(3:0) DAT(7:4) Answer "Answer is data burst that can be transmitted by slave in the course of the session. All messages with a message burst contain 1 in the most significant digit. Data in a message are transferred in tetrads. When byte is transmitted, lower tetrad goes first, and then follows higher tetrad. When multibyte values are transferred, the transmission begins with lower byte. When answer is transmitted, the message contains: SBbit, characterizes the updating of the result. If SB is equal to "1" this means that the sensor has updated the measurement result in the buffer, if SB is equal to "0" then nonupdated result has been transmitted (see. Note 1, p.10.3.). SB=0 when parameters transmit; two additional bits of cyclic binary batch counter (CNT). Bit values in the batch counter are identical for all sendings of one batch. The value of batch counter is incremented by the sending of each burst and is used for formation (assembly) of batches or bursts as well as for control of batch losses in receiving data streams. The following is the format of two answer data bursts for transmission of byte: DAT(7:0) Byte 0 Byte 1 1 SB CNT(1:0) DAT(3:0) 1 SB CNT(1:0) DAT(7:4) Data stream Data stream is an infinite sequence of data bursts or batches transmitted from slave to master, which can be interrupted by a new request. In transmission of data stream one of the slaves fully holds data transfer channel, therefore, when master produces any new request sent to any address, data streaming process is stopped. Also, there is a special request to stop data streaming Request codes and list of parameters Request codes and list of parameters are presented in Chapter 13.

13 RF603 1 nf Voltmeter RF605 RF Om 5 nf Вольтметр Laser Optical Micrometer, RF656 Series 12. Analog outputs Changing of the signal at analog output occurs in synchronism with the changing of the result transferred through the bitserial interface Current output 4 20 ma 13 The connection scheme is shown in the figure. The value of load resistor should not be higher than 500 Ом. To reduce noise, it is recommended to install RC filter before the measuring instrument. The filter capacitor value is indicated for maximum sampling frequency of the sensor (9,4 khz) and this value increases in proportion to the frequency reduction. Синий Blue 10 kom Серый Gray Voltage output The connection scheme is shown in the figure. To reduce noise, it is recommended to install RC filter before the measuring instrument. The filter capacitor value is indicated for maximum sampling frequency of the sensor (9,4 khz) and this value increases in proportion to the frequency reduction. Blue 10 kom Gray Configuration parameters Range of the analog output While working with the analog output, resolution can be increased by using the Window in the operating range function which makes it possible to select a window of required size and position in the operating range of the sensor within which the whole range of analog output signal will be scaled. Note. If the beginning of the range of the analog signal is set at a higher value than the end value of the range, this will change the direction of rise of the analog signal Analog output operation mode When using window in the operating range function, this mode defines the analog output operation mode. Analog output can be: in the window mode or in the full mode.

14 14 "Window mode". The entire range of the analog output is scaled within the selected window. Outside the window, the analog output is "0". "Full mode". The entire range of the analog output is scaled within the selected window (operating range). Outside the selected window, the whole range of the analog output is automatically scaled onto the whole operating range of the sensor (sensitivity range) Factory parameters table Range of the analog output Analog output operation mode 13. Request codes and list of parameters Request codes table Measuring range of sensor Window Request code Description Message (size in bytes) Answer (size in bytes) 01h Device identification device type (1) firmware release (1) serial number (2) base distance (2) range (2) 02h Reading of parameter code of parameter (1) value of parameter (1) 03h Writing of parameter code of parameter (1) value of parameter (1) 04h Storing current parameters to constant AAh (1) constant AAh (1) FLASHmemory 04h Recovery of parameter default constant 69h (1) constant 69h (1) values in FLASHmemory 05h Latching of current result 06h Inquiring of result result (2) 07h Inquiring of a stream of results stream of results (2) 08h Stop data streaming 0Сh Teaching constant 0Ch (1) List of parameters Code of parameter Name Values 00h Sensor ON 1 laser is ON, measurements are taken (default state); 0 laser is OFF, sensor in power save mode 01h Analog output ON 1/0 analog output is ON/OFF; if a sensor has no analog output, this bit will remain in 0 despite all attempts of writing 1 into it. 02h Synchronization control byte x,x,x,x,x,c,x,s control byte which determines priority of sampling, bit S; and bit of mutual synchronization, C bites x do not use; bit S: 0 priority of time sampling (default) 1 priority of trigger sampling bit C: 0 mutual synchronization ON (on default); 1 mutual synchronization OFF; 03h Network address (default 1) 04h 05h Rate of data transfer through serial port Reserved 1 192, (default 4) specifies data transfer rate in increments of 2400 baud; e.g., 4 means the rate of =9600baud. (NOTE: max baud rate = )

15 15 06h Number of averaged values 1 128, (default 1) 07h Reserved 08h Lower byte of the sampling period 1) , (default 100) 09h Higher byte of the sampling period the time interval in increments of 0.01 ms with which sensor automatically communicates of results on streaming request (priority of sampling = 0); 2) , (default 100) divider ratio of trigger input with which sensor automatically communicates of result on streaming request (priority of sampling = 1) 0Ah Reserved 17h Lower zero point , (by default 0) 18h Higher byte zero point specifies magnitude of the nominal value in relation to which deviation is calculated 1Eh Type of results and number of borders 0XYh, (by default 00h) High tetrad X number of borders under control minus 1. For example, when diameter is measured two borders must be checked. Parameter X = 2 1=1; Low tetrad Y measurement mode: 0 measurement of position of one border (knife); 1 measurement of the distance between borders А and В (measurement of object size). Result = В А. (Numbers of borders А are В set by parameter 1Fh) 2 measurement of object position. Result = (В + А)/2; 3 measurement of position of border А; 1Fh Numbers of borders under control 0XYh (by default 00h) High tetrad X serial number of border А minus 1; Low tetrad Y serial number of border В minus 1; 22h 23h 24h 25h 26h Notes Low byte of the minimal tolerance (LowLimit) High byte of minimal tolerance (LowLimit) Low byte of the maximum tolerance (UpLimit) High byte of the maximum tolerance (UpLimit) Output signal logics control byte UpLimit, LowLimit , (by default 0) Specifies minimum permissible value of deviation value from the nominal value , (by default 0) Specifies maximum permissible value of deviation value from the nominal value x,x,x,x,x,n,u,l L bit signal logics control bit, LowLimit: 0 LowLimit low level active, 1 LowLimit high level active; U bit signal logics control bit, UpLimit: 0 UpLimit low level active, 1 UpLimit high level active; Nbit PASS signal logics control bit: 0 Normal low level active, 1 Normal high level active; All values are given in binary form. Base distance and range are given in millimeters. The value of the result transmitted by a sensor (D) is so normalized that 4000h (16384) corresponds to a full range of the sensor (S in mm), therefore, the result in millimeters is obtained by the following formula: X=D*S/4000h (mm) (1). On special request (05h), the current result can be latched in the output buffer where it will be stored unchanged up to the moment of arrival of request for data transfer. This request can be sent simultaneously to all sensors in the net in the broadcast mode in order to synchronize data pickup from all sensors. When working with the parameters, it should be borne in mind that when power is OFF the parameter values are stored in nonvolatile FLASHmemory of the sensor. When power is ON, the parameter values are read out to RAM

16 of the sensor. In order to retain these changes for the next powerup state, a special command for saving current parameter values in the FLASHmemory (04h) must be run. Parameters with the size of more than one byte should be saved starting from the highorder byte and finishing with the loworder byte. ATTENTION! It's forbidden to configure sensors switched on to the RS485! Examples of parameters installation 1 Measuring the position of a knife 1 border, А = 1, В = 1; Parameters 1Eh = 00h, 1Fh = 00h; 2 Measuring the diameter 2 borders, А = 1, В = 2; Parameters 1Eh = 11h, 1Fh = 01h; 3 Measuring the slit size 2 borders, А = 1, В = 2; Parameters 1Eh = 11h, 1Fh = 01h; 4 Measuring the rod center 2 borders, А = 1, В = 2; Parameters 1Eh = 12h, 1Fh = 01h; 5 Measuring the inner diameter of a ring 4 borders, А = 2, В = 3; Parameters 1Eh = 31h, 1Fh = 12h Examples of communication sessions 1) Request "Device identification". Condition: device address 1, request code 01h, device type 61, firmware release 88 (58h), serial number 0402 (0192h), base distance 80mm (0050h), measurement range 50мм (0032h), packet number 1. The request format: Byte 0 Byte 1 [ Bytes 2 N ] INC0(7:0) INC1(7:0) MSG 0 ADR(6:0) COD(3:0) Request from Master" Byte 0 Byte 1 INC0(7:0) INC1(7:0) h 81h The following is the format of two answer data bursts for transmission of byte DAT(7:0): DAT(7:0) Byte 0 Byte CNT(1:0) DAT(3:0) 1 0 CNT(1:0) DAT(7:4) Answer of Slave : Device type: DAT(7:0) Byte 0 Byte h 96h Firmware release DAT(7:0) Byte 0 Byte

17 17 98h Serial Number DAT(7:0) Byte 0 Byte h 92h 96h DAT(7:0) Byte 0 Byte h 90h Base distance DAT(7:0) Byte 0 Byte h 95h DAT(7:0) Byte 0 Byte h 90h Measurement range DAT(7:0) Byte 0 Byte h 93h DAT(7:0) Byte 0 Byte h 90h Note: as bust number =1, then CNT=1 2) Request "Reading of parameter". Condition: device address 1, request code 02h, code of parameter 05h, value of parameter 04h, packet number 2. Request ( Master ) 01h;82h; Message ( Master ) 85h, 80h; Answer ( Slave ) A4h, A0h 3) Request "Inquiring of result". Condition: device address 1, result 02A5h, packet number 3. Request ( Master ) 01h;86h; Answer ( Slave ) B5h, BAh, B2h, B0h Measured distance (mm) (for example, range of the sensor= 50 mm): X=677(02A5h)*50/16384 = mm 4) Request "writing sampling regime (trigger sampling)". Condition: device address 1, request code 03h, code of parameter 02h, value of parameter 01h. Request ("Master") 01h, 83h; Message ("Master") 82h, 80h, 81h, 80h; 5) Request: "writing the divider ration" Condition: divider ration 1234=3039h, device address 1, request code 03h, code of parameter 09h (first or higher byte), value of parameter 30h

18 Request ("Master") 01h, 83h Message ("Master") 89h, 80h, 80h, 83h and for lower byte, code of parameter 08h, value of parameter 39h Request ("Master") 01h, 83h Message ("Master") 88h, 80h, 89h, 83h Parameterization program Function The RF65ХSP software (( is intended for: 1) Testing and demonstration of work of RF65x series sensors; 2) Setting of the sensor parameters; 3) Reception and gathering of the sensor data signals Obtaining connection to micrometer Once the program is started, the popup window emerges: To obtain connection it is necessary: select СОМport whereto the sensor is connected (logical port if the sensor is connected via USBadapter) select transmission rate (Baud rate) at which the sensor will work select the sensor network address, if necessary press the Connect button. If the selected parameters correspond to the parameters of the micrometer interface, the program will identify the micrometer, read and display its configuration parameters:

19 Setting and saving parameters of the sensor Setting parameters The opening part of the "RF65XSP" application ("Parameter Value Table ") allows one to edit and enter the required parameters into both RAM and FLASH memory of the micrometer. to switch ON/OFF the micrometer, click the left mouse key twice in the Value field of the Sensor On/Off parameter; to set Synchronization Control Byte, press the key in the Value field, thus calling out "Synchronization Control Byte" edit menu; to set the exchange speed, click the left mouse key in the Value field of the UART Baud rate line, thus calling out the list of permissible speeds; in the Averaged values counter line, select the number of measurements to be averaged directly in the micrometer. Factory setting is "0"; in the lines Analog output range (BEG) and (END), it is possible to set the analog output window boundaries in increments of 0.1% of the working range. It is also possible to call out the control toolbar by clicking twice in the Value field: Pressing the left mouse key activates red cursor which indicates the beginning of the scaling range, while pressing the right mouse key activates blue cursor indicating the end of the scaling range. To set up working window boundaries, press the respective button and, holding it in the pressed position, move the cursor within the

20 sensor measurement region. Then, boundaries of the selected window will be displayed in the lower line in % (percentage) of the range Setting of deviation type result 20 in the line "Number of Borders", select the number of borders; in the line "Measure type", select the type of result; in the fields "Border A" and "Border B", specify numbers of borders under control; For deviation type result, the window boundaries must be defined so that the value corresponding to zero deviation is located in the middle of the window. In this case, the middle part of the analog output range (12mA or 5V) will correspond to zero deviation. the field "Etalon" is used to specify nominal value. Two choices are possible: place a standard (reference) object within the measurement zone and press "Teach" button. In the field "Etalon" the reference measurement value will appear. type the value of the size (position) of the standard object in the field. in the fields "LowLimit" and "UpLimit" write tolerances; in the field "OutLogic"tune output logic Saving parameters after setting one or several parameters as required, it is necessary to write them into the sensor memory, this is done by executing File>Write parameters. Note: a special key is offered for fast writing of parameters of the RS232/RS485 interfaces; perform testing of the sensor operation with new parameters; to store new parameters in nonvolatile memory, execute File>Write to flash. Now, with any subsequent activation of the sensor it will work in the configuration you have selected.

21 Saving and writing a group of parameters After setting one or more required parameters by clicking the right key of the mouse on the left panel "Parameters save" menu is activated. Select Load (to store one parameter) or Load All (to store all parameters). Perform testing of the micrometer operation with new parameters. To store the new parameters in the micrometer memory, click the "Write to FLASH" of "Parameters save" menu. The micrometer will operate with these parameter settings in subsequent switched on. 15. Operation of micrometer 1. Place an object within the micrometer operating range. 2. Clicking the "Measure" button leads to indication of the result of a continuous measurement of the object position (dimension) on the display. 3. Pressing "Teach" button the measurement results are entered in Etalon parameter, then the micrometer move to the measurement deviation of the etalon mode. Micrometer works in a measurement deviation mode when parameter 'Etalon' has any nonzero value. 5. Data coming from the micrometer are accumulated and stored in a circular buffer with measurements storage capacity. The "Oscilloscope" window shows graphic representation of the accumulated data. (Xaxis number of the result, Yaxis coordinates). By clicking left key of the mouse scale of the image can be changed, the right key is used to drag the graphic image within viewing region. By clicking the right key "Save to the file" menu is activated. 16. Warranty policy Warranty assurance for the Laser triangulation sensors RF months from the date of putting in operation; warranty shelflife 12 months

22 17. Distributors BENELUX CHINA CZECH REPUBLIC 22 ALTHERIS bv Scheveningseweg KS The Hague The Netherlands Tel: 0031(0) Fax: 0031(0) INDONESIA Zhenshangyou Technologies Co.,Ltd. Rm , Zhongyou Hotel 1110 Nanshan Road, Nanshan District Shenzhen, China Tel: 86) /8011/8012 Fax: (86) / ITALY RMT Ltd. Zahradni Paskov Tel: Fax: GERMANY PT. Dhaya Baswara Saniyasa Sentra Niaga Puri Indah Blok T6. 41 Kembangan, Jakarta Tel: Fax: LITHUANIA FAE s.r.l. Via Tertulliano, Milano Tel: Fax: MALAYSIA Disynet GmbH Westwall 12 D41379 Brueggen Tel: +49(2157)87990 Fax: +49(2157) POLAND JSC "Comexim" Serbentu. 222, LT 5419 Siauliai Tel./Fax: PORTUGAL OptoCom Equiptech (M) Sdn H492, Jalan 5, Cosmoplex Industrial Park. Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, Sepang Tel: / RUSSIA P.U.T. GRAW Sp. z o.o. ul. Karola Miarki 12, skr Gliwice, Poland tel./fax: +48 (32) RUSSIA UltraSens. Tel.: (0351) Fax: (0351) SOUTH KOREA SensorikaM LLC Dmitrovskoye shosse 64, к , Moscow, Russia Tel.: Fax: SPAIN IntellectOptic Ekaterinburg Mira str tel/fax tel/fax SWEDEN Santec Co 322, Wongokdong Danwongu Ansansi Kyunggido, Tel : Fax: SWITZERLAND Iberfluid Instruments C/ Cardenal Reig, BARCELONA Tel Fax UKRAINE BLConsult Rävbergsvägen 31, SE NORA Contactperson: Berndt Lundström Directnumber: +46 (0) Tel.: +46 (0) United Kingdom, Ireland ID&T Gmbh Gewerbestrasse 12/a 8132 Egg (Zurich) Tel.: +41 (0) Fax: +41 (0) KODA Frunze st 22, 61002, Harkov, Ukraine Tel/fax.: Ixthus Instrumentation The Stables, Williams' Barns Tiffield road, Towcester, Northents, UK Tel.: Fax:

23 18. Annex 1. Sensors produced by RIFTEK Laser triangulation sensors. RF60x Series 23 dimensions and displacements measurement; 2 mm to 2,5 m ranges; ±1 um accuracy; 180 khz sampling frequency; sensors on the base of BLUE and IR lasers; High Speed sensors (HS); The series includes four lines of models: RF603 universal sensors with 2 to 1250 mm operating ranges; RF603HS high speed sensors; RF600 largebase and long range sensors; RF605 compact value sensors. Laser 2D scanners. RF620HS (DHS) 2D/3D Measurements; 5 mm to 1500 mm ranges; 0,05% of F.S. linearity; 1000 profiles/s sampling rate; scanners on the base of BLUE and IR lasers; Optical micrometers. RF65x Series diameter, gaps and displacements measurement; 6 mm to 60 mm ranges; ±0.5 um accuracy; 1000 Hz sampling rate; The series includes two lines of models: RF651 direct through beam micrometers with 25 and 59 mm ranges, and accuracy ±5 µm; RF656 high precision through beam micrometers with telecentric lens, 5 and 25 mm. ranges and accuracy ±0,5 µm;

24 Absolute linear encoders. RF25x Series dimensions and displacements measurement; innovative technology of absolute measurement; 3 to 55 mm ranges; 0,1 um resolution; 24 The series include two models: RF251 sensors for hard industrial environments; RF256 sensors with a builtin display option for laboratory environments. All details about measurement sensors and instruments are on our website