Battery Light Box Functional Description and Connection
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The battery light box is used to verify proper part loading/clamping in a fixture. The part makes an electrical connection from 6 deck points to a common.
The battery light box has one connector J1. J1: Is used to connect the 6 deck points and common from the fixture.
The light box has 6 LED's, LED 1-6 are green and indicate a connection from 3.7V to deck points 1-6
The battery light box contains a 3.7V LI-ion rechargeable battery.
Note: The battery light box does not interface to the machine. It just provides a visual display for the operator.
J1 Contact connector, connector has 8 pins, labeled 1-8
- Pin 1: connect to deck point 1
- Pin 2: connect to deck point 2
- Pin 3: connect to deck point 3
- Pin 4: connect to deck point 4
- Pin 5: connect to deck point 5
- Pin 6: connect to deck point 6
- Pin 7: 3.7V, connect to the part being clamped
- Pin 8: GND, this pin is just used during charging
Note: The connection between each deck point and common needs to be 170 ohms or less, for the light box to work properly. A higher resistance will cause a dim green LED.
When a part is clamped, the LED's on the light box should all turn on. After 2 minutes the LEDs will automatically shut off.
Pin 1 is the trigger for restating the 2 minute timer. Pin 1 must go low for at least 2 seconds then high to retrigger the timer.
After the LEDs become too dim, the light box will need to be recharged. The charger connects to Pins 7 and 8
There is an LED indicator on the charger. RED = Charging GREEN = Fully Charged