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VEW Electronic components for LUVO probes  
Technical Data Sensor Ceramic probe, VA-adapter with M56, temperature compensated air coils with temperature proof line, l= 1500mm, material NiCrNi, plug Controller 19'' 3HE insert 100x160mm, microprozessor controlled. 4-digit display and 4 pushbutton input V24-Sub D9pol. connectior to Laptop Supply 24V DC nom. 250mA Ambient temperature Ceramic probe max. 420°C, controller board max. 85°C *All product and service marks contained herein are the trademarks or service marks of their respective owners. Product Information The LUVO scopes are used in the air pre-heaters for power plants, have eddy current sensors to keep the gap between lamellar seal on the air preheater as narrow as possible. To do so, the eddy-current sensor, which is an air coil embedded in a high-temperature resistant ceramic body with temperature compensation, is placed on the tip of the LUVO scope in the air flow of the pre-heater. The ceramic body is thus exposed to a temperature > 400°C. The eddy current sensor detects the air gap between the ceramic head and rotor in the air pre-heater by having the magnetic field of the airflow influenced by the closeness of the rotor material (ST37). Distances of 2...15 mm can be detected with relative high precision as 0...20mA signals, by having the electronics installed on the end of the LUVO scope, which detects the field alterations in the air flow of the ceramic head and convert them to an analogue signal. The eddy-current sensor of the sensor LUVO scope, together with the electronics on the end of the sensor, are calibrated by placing a calibrating device on the probe head, which allows for guiding the probe at a defined distance to the target material using a spindle guide. The electronic controller for the eddy-current sensor is a microcontroller with a user-interface having 4 push buttons and a four-digit display to calibrate the ceramic probe and the electronic controller. The display on the user control displays the intended calibration distance for the target. The distances are adjusted with the help of the spindle guide with an accwag better than 1/100mm and stored pushing a button. By this mean a characteristic curve for each ceramic probe in obtain and saved internally in a compensation table in the EE-PROM. The electronics are highly reliable for the use in power plants and at high ambient temperatures and are connected to the probe head with a robust plug. The V24 interface allows for a laptop to perform remote parame- tering up to 5 m from the location or in the event of calibration. The controller is designed for nominal 24 V DC atambient temperatures of up to +85°C. Data sheet VEW Electronic components for LUVO probes  
VEW-Vereinigte Elektronikwerkstätten GmbH Since 1980 VEW GmbH has been developing and manufacturing electronic devices, complex systems as well as measuring and control technique for the following application areas: Production and process automation Calibrating technology Special machinery and test bench engineering Quality assurance Optical metrology Reengineering   
Light sensor  
Technical data Supply 18..30V DC 0,1A Monitoring line max. 1,5m Unilateral left, right; mutual Type LIS-EL, LIS-ER, LIS-BS Dimensions 115x60x100 Ø 35mm Output galv. separate relay 1pol.UM 2A Function Singular, double, or or-ed Durability > 10 years Emitter Infrared, opening angle, appr. 15° *All product and service marks contained herein are the trademarks or service marks of their respective owners. Product information The pictured light sensor by manufacturer Sick, for door protection in trains and buses can be beneficially replaced by a compatible redesign. The so far relatively complex adjustment of the mirror optics, which focuses the ray on the reflector, ceases with the new light sensors. The new devices can be mounted “plug-and - play” on the designated places without any further adjustment. The solid, black anodized aluminum cases are protected against vandalism, by dispensing with destructible front glass or lense, respectively, so malfunctions due to scratched, misted ordirty glasses or lenses are dropped. The infrared-LEDs are deeply enough mounted in the case that aforementioned impairments are reliably eliminated. The light sensors are constructed as unilaterally (mounting right or left) or mutually operating reflex-light sensors for prism reflectors. The mutually operating devices have individually configurable plug-in jumpers, which make it possible to link the two independent monitoring lines with a Or-function on just one output relay or to put both sides independently on separated relays, respectively. Higly reliable relays with  3x 106 switching cycles are chosen. The relays switch with a clear “click” to enable a good acoustic verification of perfect function on-site. The devices are connected via one, two respectively, pluggable solid terminal strip (1,5mm2) in a significantly enlarged terminal compartment. For operational maintenance of older original Sick-light sensors: Replacement illuminants for Sick When the original illuminant with low-voltage lamp may not be available anymore, a plug-and-play compatibly applicable illuminant with 2 infrared LEDs is available. Type: LM-ERS-LED. Relay module for TL43 When the original module by Sick with 2 relays is not available anymore, the redesign of this module can be mounted via plug-and-play on the designated place in the light sensor by Sick. Type: VEW Relais TL43 RED Sample available ex stock. Data sheet User manual Light sensor  
Light barrier,double sided adjustable angle Operating Instructions lightsource : infrared, polarized, reflective max. Distance : reflective 2,30m max. supplydistance voltage : :1,50m 15...30VDC adjustable angle :: 15...30VDC +/- 8° supply voltage 50mA connector 6pole setting angle : +/8° 1,5mm² output relay 1pole, 1,5mm² c, nc 10A, 30V connector : 6-pole drill holerelay 35mm c, nc 10A, 30V DC output : 1pole, drill hole : 35mm Adjustments: Lock angle setting R L setting left angle setting right angle remove pins after setting angle! drill hole 35mm Terminal box pull off connector Plug and play replacement for “Sick” light barrier TL26, TL43. Also available: light barrier with one direction, left or right DIE ENTWICKLER VEW Vereinigte Elektronikwerkstätten GmbH Edisonstraße 19 * Pob: 330543 * 28357 Bremen Fon:(+49) 0421/271530 Fax(+49) 0421/273608 E-Mail: VEW-GmbH-Bremen@t-online.de  
Development Our speciality is new development of modules and systems for almost all possible applications. We develop and manufacture hard- and software in-house as well as necessary mechanical engineering following the specification sheet which has been prepared together with the user. A complete documentation is always part of a successful finished project. You will find here only some examples of our work. Please tell us your concrete problem – we will prepare a proposal for solution together with you including a quoted price on the basis of a specification sheet. Product Categories  
A wing segment with a length of about 10m, and their production tools should be measured with high resulution over the entire surface to detect ripples and other errors in the range of  micrometers. For that purpose the fringe projection system "VEW Stereocam" was adapted to the measuring task by adding a laser tracker that transfers the point cloud of the individual measuring fields with a size of approximately 1 m² in a global coordinate systemup to 1000m². The measurement uncertainty of the system is about 10 microns. Due to the high measuring point density, it is possible to detect ripples in millimeter and submillimeter range with very different longitudinal expansion. Up to now measuring campaigns at different production sites are performed in order to secure the high quality standards in the manufacture of wings and avoid deviation. http://cordis.europa.eu/result/rcn/147160_de.html Project Information Funding authority EU, Grant Agreement Number-286745 runtime 01.04.2011 – 31.12.2015 Target VEW Development of a measurement system for measuring a wing and determination of waviness, cracks, roughness WiMo - Outer Wing Metrology  
Technical specifications Measurement principle Fringe projection, phase measurement Housing closed, warp resistant aluminium profile housing Measurement area 25x25mm² Resolution Lateral: 30µm Depth: 2µm Projector LED-projector- monochrome 12 bit 6,000 Lumen Camera 4 cameras a 2 MPixel Product Information The VEW measurement systems can be individual adapted for integration in a production line. The measurement software “Fringe Processor” has an interface, which allows for controlling the measurement procedure with a superior system. The data can be delivered as raw data, filtered / executed or just an OK / NOK signal. In the images an example for the integration of a fringe projection system into a production line is displayed. The system controls the dimensional accuracy of microformed components. You have a special application? Describe your problem, we will find a solution. MEGaFiT - Manufacturing Error-free Goods at First Time  
LWL 1000 coupler  
Technical data Electronic-optical coupler, DIN 41612 F32 low profile to 8 IR-transmitter and 8 IR-receiver Standard: without cover, adapter, 1000 MPF 8 transmitter micro lens for 2,2mm apertur to standard 1000 MPF Transferrate 10MBd at 650nm 8 receiver open collector, 2,2mm apertur to standard 1000 MPF Transferrate 5Mbit/s at 650nm Wiring Standard 17x AWG26-70mm, optional other length *All product and service marks contained herein are the trademarks or service marks of their respective owners. Product information For electrically decoupled and interference-free transmission of control signals between drive control units and power units of light rail vehicles, optical fibres and couplers from 8 transmitters and 8 IR-receivers are being used. The original modules by manufacturer Siemens had been joined by a suscep-tible flex printed circuit. The redesign of the couplers is made of a low profile DIN 41612 female multi point connector with special mounting on row z and d as well as the construction form F, 2 multilayer circuit boards, which are robustly connected with each other by 70mm AWG26 single wires. Other connection lengths can be manufactured optionally. Both multilayers carry the DIN 41612 female multipoint connector and also the optic coupler, with the arrangement of 8 receivers and 8 transmitters for standard 1000 micron plastic fibre (MPF). The optical modules are combined in a grey plastic carrier as an "optical coupler", on which an adapter for the connection with 16 optical fibres can be screwed on. The optical fibres lock in adapter B by a snap-in-connection and this way can be separated in the given arrangement from coupler A "in one piece". Alternatively, customer-specific assembled adapters with each 8 firmly moulded MPF by different colours for "receiver-" and "transmitter-" lines can be delivered. Length of MPF according to specifications. Individual wire designation. The couplers can be mounted into an Intermas connector housing for the construction type DIN 41612 F upon request so the female multi point connector can provide electric contacting on the one hand and the adapter with the 16 optical fibres on the coupler can maintain and secure the coupling of the IR-signals on the other hand. The 16 optical fibres are led out the connector housing strain-relieved with an according cable support sleeve. Datasheet Coupler LWL 1000 R-T-8 (MPF) RED  
Current transformer FL6/D2-3-400A-100mA  
Technical Data Measurement range unswitched 0…± 400A = 0….100mA Measurement range switched Shunt-resistance 100 ? 0,1% between J/K 0…±400A = 0…10V Auxiliary supply ± 15V DC 200mA Precision < 1% Ambient temp. range - 25…+70°C *All product and service marks contained herein are the trademarks or service marks of their respective owners. Product Information The redesigned version of the compensation current transformer FL6/D2-3-400A is completely compatible in connection to the original component. The devices convert (galvanically isolated) direct or alternating current proportionally that is guided through the “eye“ of the transformer into impressed current or respectively into voltage.   The devices feature a shunt resistor that is parallel-clamped onto terminals J and K if the current output is to be used as voltage output 400A = 10V . The precision of measurement is better than 1%.   The current transformer is operated with an auxiliary supply of ± 15V DC. The nominal measuring range of the current transfer is designed to ± 0…400A and provides a proportional output current of  0…100mA. The supplied shunt resistor is to be measured in such a way so that in the presence of a measuring range of 0...400A, a proportional output voltage of 0...10V will drop at the parallel switched shunt resistor. If the current transformer is to be used within another measurement range, then the shunt resistor must be adapted accordingly. Current transformer FL6/D2-3-400A-100mA  
VEW 6FH6010-1B RED nominal value converter  
Technical data Dimensions 100x160mm; 6 2/3 SEP Plug-in DIN 41612 H15 Supply voltage 24V DC nom. 2A Output PW Pulse width 60V, nom. 400Hz, PW 7,5...45% bei 0...20mA Output DC 24V 150mA, 60V 90mA Desired value input 2x, 500 Ohm 0...10V = 0...20mA Temp. range -25 … +70°C *All product and service marks contained herein are the trademarks or service marks of their respective owners. A fully pin- and function-compatible redesign, which can be operated via plug-and-play in the prewired application instead of the original module by the manufacturer Siemens. The nominal value converters 6FH 6010-1B Red. are built in isolated in the module rack of the ES902 system as centralized system in the Europe format with a mounting width of 6 2/3 SEP. The electrical connection is not made by a base plug-in connector in the module rack, but a plug-in connector DIN 41612 H15 on the front. All important functions of the module are also available on isolated measuring sockets on the front plate of the device. Function The nominal value transmission for all connected users of one train line takes place, independently from the distance to the sending nominal value converter, by pulse width control. The pulse width is controlled by the nominal value converter. The transmission frequency of the pulse width signal is nominally 400Hz (-0 +10%) with a output voltage of nominal 60V (-10 ... +10%). The PW-signal is potential-free and short-circuit-proof. The load current must not exceed 50mA. The pulse width at a impressed current of 0mA of the director is 7,5 % and increases linearly to 45 % at 20mA. 2 directors can be connected, of which the respective higher nominal value is being processed (maximum selection). The pulse width signal is being connected to the train line with a 2-pole relay, when the train control device is switched on, separated when the device is being switched off, resp. Only the nominal value converter may be active in the driver's cab. In addition to the function ,,nominal value converter'' the device provides electrically isolated output voltages of 24V 150mA and 60V 90mA. The voltage of 60V serves the transmission of train commands, the voltage of 24V serves as power supply for the commander of nominal values of the drive and brake. This voltage also supplies the relay for switching on the PW-signal as well as the lamp U ON, so the PW-signal is only switched on when the directors have a operating voltage and U ON is active. Data sheet VEW 6FH 6010-1B RED