Connecting three equipment to ABB 800xA through ABB I/O Cabin!
Hi Everyone, first I appreciate the person who replied my last question, and thx in advance who can help me with problem.
A. I have an electrical actuator on/off valve and need to introduce it to the ABB 800xA. Both on and off need to be commanded, power is reversed when off. The specification of the valve is: 24V DC, Current: 1 A, ELWE germany valve model R-0
I want to know that where the two wires of this valve should I connect; since this valve is not pneumatic (which is off unless we force the variable to be on). can you explain a bit also the related variable defining in the system (some tips)
On the ABB cabinet I have these Digital cards: DI/DO 801 Analog AI830A, AI835A, AO820
B. Diaphragm Pump, SHURLFlo 12V (Open flow 1.85-7, pic can be found online easily).
The function I want from this pump is to adjust the flow by the changing the voltage to the pump; the two wires of the pump is going to an inverter (I dont know the model of the inverter or how it can help me) then from these inverter (with some other wiring to grounding and etc) it provides me two wires that I can connect them to ABB cabinet.
Again here I need to know where in the cabin, on which card and how I can adjust this voltage; by defining (for example) an analog variable RealIO data type and tuning the variable with percentage?!
C. Another valve with Pneumatic actuator I need to introduce to ABB. (Pic of the pressure converter for the pneumatic actuator on the valve can be found with searching 'VDO type 22 I/P converter') The function I want here is to control the flow passing from the valve with regulating the pressure, again the question is the same as I asked for B. (two wires)
the more info of the converter is: 4-20mA given to regulate pressure between 0.2 to 1 bar with direct action
I deeply apreciate you response,
Honestly ? Pick up the phone and call someone. You'll save more money by getting it done right first time than you'll waste by trying to do it yourself and getting it wrong.
You'll also learn first hand how its done.
The scope of what you're asking is far beyond what we can offer as free advice on the internet.