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Maintenance

Inspection, maintenance and restoration of defined functions

Your Benefits

  • Maximum availability and improved performance
  • Prevention of downtimes, malfunctions or consequential damages
  • Predictable maintenance costs
  • Quick and reliable restoration of parameters if sensors are replaced later

Overview

Inspection, maintenance and restoration of defined functions

Planned regular and professional maintenance work on the application ensures uniformly high availability of SICK products and reduces unwanted downtimes. Maintenance work includes the inspection, maintenance and restoration of defined functions of SICK products and their interface to the machine or system. This makes it possible to detect performance losses early on and eliminate them. Preventatives measures for preventing errors are also recommended.

Service experts from SICK define the maintenance intervals together with the customers. Individual services can also be put together into a service contract in line with individual customer requirements.

At a glance
  • Inspection of ambient conditions, damage, alignment and contamination of the SICK product
  • Restoration of defined functions
  • Inspection and adjustment of application-specific parameters
  • Archiving of parameters, acceptance test and handover to the employees

 

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Technical overview

 
  • Technical data overview

    Technical data overview

    Specifications sheet

    Maintenance DUSTHUNTER C200 DHC-Rx reflector unit

    Maintenance DUSTHUNTER C200 sender/receiver unit

    Maintenance DUSTHUNTER SF100 reflector unit DHSF-Rx

    Maintenance DUSTHUNTER SF100 sender/receiver unit

    Maintenance DUSTHUNTER SP100 sender/receiver unit (non-Ex version)

    Maintenance DUSTHUNTER T100 sender/receiver unit

    Maintenance DUSTHUNTER T100, T200 DHT-R0x reflector unit

    Maintenance DUSTHUNTER T100, T200 DHT-R1x reflector unit

    Maintenance DUSTHUNTER T200 sender/receiver unit

    Maintenance FID3006 analyzer

    Maintenance GM32 sender/receiver unit

    Maintenance GM35 sender/receiver unit

    Maintenance MARSIC200 analyzer module "DeNOx"

    Maintenance MARSIC200 analyzer module "DeSOx"

    Maintenance MCS100E photometer

    Maintenance MCS300P photometer "Raw gas measurement"

    Maintenance SHC500 Gravimat automatic unit

    Maintenance SHC500 Gravimat filter head probe

    Maintenance MCU

    Maintenance VICOTEC450, SMOTEC450

    FLOWSIC100 maintenance

    Maintenance CLV4xx/CLV6xx

    DT20/OD/OL/Profiler maintenance

    Inspector maintenance

    Maintenance Lector6xx

    Maintenance LMS/MRS/NAV/TiM

    Maintenance RFU/RFH

    TriSpector1000 maintenance

    Prerequisites

    Device already cleaned

    Device is in an operational status

    Return form completed

    Declaration of no objection completed

    Additional information about the application

    Approved maintenance job

    Access to devices or availability of devices in accordance with the valid work safety regulations must be ensured; it may be necessary for the customer to provide safe work platforms or podiums

    SICK product and programming interface are easily accessible without tools

    Provision of test objects and bar codes

    Compliance with specifications for the SICK product

    Availability of the plant for the duration of the service

    Provision of test objects

    Feasibility study and commissioning previously carried out by SICK

    Provision of test objects as a reference

    The customer should hold recommended spare parts on-site

    Uncalibrated system

    Provision of test objects and at least two reference transponders

    Provision of log files via SD memory card

    Commissioning documents including the SOPAS parameters, installation drawings, and reference values. If this information is not available, initial maintenance is billed as commissioning work, as reference documents will have to be created.

    No bulk reading and one transponder in the reading field

    Triggered mode (for RFU only)

    Sufficient reading gates with various transponders for checking the reading rate

    Preliminary work

    Cleaning of the device

    Documentation of as-delivered condition

    Backing up of data, where possible

    Backing up of data (device data, serial number, settings)

    Repair, maintenance

    Cleaning of optical interfaces

    Checking firmware is up to date, updating if necessary

    Checking of pivoted shutter incl. timing belt

    Operational check of all electrical and mechanical components

    Endurance test in climate cabinet

    Scattered light test with reference device

    End approval and archiving of the results

    Checking of optical adjustment; readjustment if necessary

    Checking of zero point

    Checking the maintenance interval and performing maintenance if necessary

    Calibration

    Inspection of customer configuration

    Monitoring on test bench

    Monitoring of the linearization function

    Checking the cross sensitivities

    Checking of pressure dependence

    Checking of digital and analog outputs

    Final acceptance including high-voltage testing, insulation resistance testing and archiving of the results

    Operational check on measurement path

    Checking the electrical parts

    Checking the optical parts

    Check of optical adjustment

    Endurance test in climatic cabinet over at least one climate cycle, with data evaluation

    Checking adjustment of spectrometer according to available technical data

    Replacement of desiccant cartridge and activated charcoal bag

    Final adjustment on measurement path

    Visual check of assemblies and device wiring

    Maintenance and replacement of the UV lamp (MEDL)

    Replacement of absorbent cartridges

    Checking the linearization function, performing a new linearization and calibration of the measuring components if necessary

    Endurance test in climate cabinet, with data evaluation and analysis of the zero-point and sensitivity drift, the temperature response at the zero point, the temperature response of the sensitivity, and the zero-point and sensitivity noise

    Final calibration of the measuring components

    Function check

    Leak test

    Endurance test in climate cabinet over at least 48 hours, with data evaluation

    Checking of calibration; if necessary, recalibration in line with existing technical data

    Final adjustment

    Cleaning of inner device

    Checking the mechanical parts

    Checking the pneumatic parts

    Inspection and, if necessary, calibration of pressure sensors

    Flow calibration

    Cleaning the probe head

    Checking the seals

    Checking the multi-channel hose and probe head for damage

    Leak test with the automatic unit

    Orifice adjustment

    Operational check of all optical and mechanical components

    Optical monitoring

    Checking the measured values for plausibility

    Checking the values of the control cycle for plausibility

    Checking whether error messages are present

    Checking for possible damage

    Monitoring of ambient condition

    Checking the electrical connections and cabling

    Purge air unit (external or integrated in the MCU)

    Checking hoses and hose clamps

    Replacing purge air filter

    Checking the purge air heater (option)

    Checking the pressure monitor (option)

    MCU

    Checking for voltage supply

    Checking for signal transfer

    Checking parameterization

    Sender and receiver unit

    Cleaning the sender and receiver units including the transducer

    Replacement of consumable parts in accordance with maintenance interval

    Checking alignment

    Final test

    Checking the device function at the measuring points

    Preliminary analysis of potential fault situation

    Visual inspection of mounting, alignment, switching signals on sensor output, wiring, and cabling of the SICK product

    Visual inspection of ambient conditions

    Visual inspection of SICK product to check for damage

    Read-out of the error memory

    Function and communication test

    Inspection and adjustment of the application-specific parameters, e.g., reading configuration, code configuration, data processing, network/interfaces

    Firmware update subject to availability and consultation with the customer

    Removal of contamination which could affect the reading performance from the SICK product

    Possible optimizations by means of minor adjustments to the mechanical alignment and configuration

    Inspection of static or dynamic performance

    Reading tests with test objects and bar codes provided by the customer

    Basic training for employees to explain how to operate the SICK product correctly

    Archiving of product parameters in a SICK database

    Testing and adjusting application-specific parameters, e.g., scaling of the analog measuring range, switching point position, hysteresis, measuring frequency, measured value filter, assessment of the signal quality

    Firmware update subject to availability and consultation with the customer (possibly not possible on-site)

    Removal of contamination of the SICK product which could affect the reading performance

    Function tests with test objects provided by the customer

    Dated device-check label applied to all devices within the contract

    Inspection and adjustment of the application-specific parameters, e.g., image settings, object locator, detailed inspections, output settings, results

    Inspection and adjustment of application-specific parameters, e.g. possible Lector6xx illumination, code configuration, trigger and digital inputs, interfaces and digital outputs, data processing

    Inspection of monitored area

    Inspection and adaptation of application-specific parameters, e.g., basic settings, parameters of field application, filters for raw data output, or product-specific configuration

    Removal of contamination which could affect the optical light path of the SICK product

    For NAV sensors: visual inspection of the landmarks (reflectors)

    Backup of parameters

    Checking and adjustment of application-specific parameters; e.g., reading configuration, data processing, network/interfaces/inputs and outputs, operating data (last change)

    Memory card replacement subject to availability and consultation with the customer

    Determination of reading and allocation rate (for RFU only)

    Reading tests on the sensor interface for the machine or plant with test objects and transponders provided by the customer – as comparison with the reference transponder

    Inspection and adjustment of the application-specific parameters, e.g., image settings, task configuration, result settings, interface settings

    Documentation

    Creation of a test record

    Creation of a product CD with current data

    Brief maintenance report

    Creation of a calibration log

    Creation of a system data extract

    Creation of the QAL3 report (option)

    Documentation of operating hours and archiving of parameters in a SICK database

    Documentation of reading performance

    Creation of a maintenance log

    Documentation of performance

    Documentation of the read rate, for RFU log file with parameters such as RSSI, TxPwr, CS and reading gate duration

    Duration

    2 weeks (when not sent off)

    3 weeks (when not sent off)

    4 weeks (when not sent off)

    6 weeks for technical maintenance (when not sent off)

    5 weeks (when not sent off)

    The estimated work time is max. 2 hours

    Additional work will be invoiced separately

All technical data can be found accompanying the individual product

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