Yes. A short overview of the main key functions is enclosed â€“ the basic functions can therefore be set very quickly.
Yes â€“ a fourth decimal place has been introduced in order to minimize rounding errors during conversion.
Preselect 1 and Preselect 2 are available both as relay contacts and electronic output signals (PNP).
Preselect 0 is only available as an electronic output signal across the application output (PNP).
No, you can only use one function at a time via the application input / output.
A total of twelve (12) functions may be selected for the application input / output. These are the Prescaler
Output, Output Preselect 0, Counter Direction Output, Counter Input â€“ Adding, Counter Input â€“ Subtracting, Reset Input, Gate Input, Keylock Input, Display Memory Input, Teach Input, Latch / Reset, and Set Input .
(2nd option to set to VW 0).
Yes. tico 772 features the new FLASH function, which causes the display to flash when a certain preset value is active.
Keys can be
- locked completely;
- released after being pressed for 10 seconds (in order to prevent accidental shifting)
- locked by means of a keylock pulse at the application input(so as to lock the counter during machine operation, for example)
No, this is not possible. Limit values may only be indicated as < or >. For example, if you wish a signal to be sent at 50, you have to enter a preset value of 51 to obtain this effect.
This new function makes it possible to take over control and indicator functions, e.g. in parking garages.
Yes â€“ in contrast to tico 732, the new counter is not only capable of negative counting, but also accepts a negative preset value.