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DISTRIBUTORS

B2

B2

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THE VALVE IN DETAIL

SMART VALVE

LOCAL DIAGNOSTICS

CLEVER MULTIMACH

Clever Multimach valves can be used to form autonomous and intelligent

valve island subsystems. Each valve has a microchip that performs

a series of functions connected with operation and dialogue with the

valves before and after it. Valves communicate via serial transmission.

CM refers to the communication protocol patented by Metal Work.

It is a field-bus in its own right, designed specifically for very easy control

of islands of pneumatic solenoid valves. CM valves have a diagnosis

system that detects electrical faults. It can also be used to verify during

installation that all connections are correct.

Multi-pole connections and field buses with different communication

protocols are available for controlling the valve distribution island.

Addressing of single outputs is not required as the connection number

of each solenoid pilot is assigned automatically based on the position

occupied by the valve.

CM CLEVER MULTIMACH

Each valve comes with a microchip that controls

operation and dialogue with the other valves.

Each Clever Multimach valve has a LED

diagnostic system that identifies immediately

whether a pilot is energized, the contact

is interrupted or there is a short-circuit.

LED 14

LED 12

DESCRIPTION OF THE FAUL

OFF

OFF

No fault, EV1-EV2=OFF

ON

(green)

OFF

No fault, EV1=ON - EV2=OFF

ON

(green)

ON

(green)

No fault, EV1-EV2=ON

OFF

ON

(green)

No fault, EV1=OFF - EV2=ON

RED

(flashing)

OFF

Solenoid pilot EV1 interrupted or disconnected

OFF

RED

(flashing)

Solenoid pilot EV2 interrupted or disconnected

ON

(red)

OFF

Solenoid pilot EV1 short circuit

OFF

ON

(red)

Solenoid pilot EV2 short circuit

GREEN

(flashing)

OFF

Data update time out, communication faulty

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