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					Date            :    JUNE 7, 2010
Ref #           :    UTEM-Q461(P)
Customer        :    FAKULTI KEJURUTERAAN PEMBUATAN                                                    DEF ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES
                     UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MALAYSIA MELAKA                                               (Registration #: MA 0110908X)
                     DUARIAN TUNGGAL                                                                        No. 89-1, Jalan TU41,
                     MELAKA                                                                                  Taman Tasik Utama,
Attention to    :    DR. ZAMBERI BIN JAMALUDIN                                                                 Hang Tuah Jaya,
                                                                                                              75450 Ayer Keroh,
                                                                                                              Melaka, MALAYSIA.

Dear Sir,                                                                                                     Tel: 06-2325391/5394
                                                                                                                 Fax: 06-2325392
                                                                                                            Email: defatech@yahoo.com
                                                                                                                 www.defatech.com



Thank you for supporting DEF ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES.


With reference to the attach enquiry and now have pleasure in submitting herewith our
quotation with terms and conditions as stated below. We trust that the attached quotation
meets with your requirement and now look forward to hearing favorably from you in due
course.


In the meantime, should you require any further information on our offer, please feel free to contact us.


We hope the proposal above will meet your requirement and please feel free to call us if you need any further
information.


DEF ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES
QUOTATION



Date               :    JUNE 7, 2010                                                                         DEF ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES
                                                                                                             (Registration #: MA 0110908X)
Quotation #        :    UTEM-Q461(P)                                                                              No. 89-1, Jalan TU41,
Customer           :    FAKULTI KEJURUTERAAN PEMBUATAN                                                             Taman Tasik Utama,
                        UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MALAYSIA MELAKA                                                          Hang Tuah Jaya,
                                                                                                                    75450 Ayer Keroh,
                        DUARIAN TUNGGAL                                                                             Melaka, MALAYSIA.
                        MELAKA
Attention to       :    DR. ZAMBERI BIN JAMALUDIN                                                               Tel: 06-2325391/5394
                                                                                                                   Fax: 06-2325392
                                                                                                              Email: defatech@yahoo.com
Dear Sir,                                                                                                          www.defatech.com

Thank you for supporting DEF ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES.
With reference to the above, we are pleased to quote you as following with terms and
conditions as stated below.

 No.                                    Description                                 Qty         Unit Price         Extended Price

IMS 26 SYSTEM WITH 6 SUB-SYSTEMS
This system is set up for fully automatic assembly of eight different end products out of a three-component work piece. It
consists of the following sub-systems; Sorting, Assembly, Processing, Handling, Testing and Storage. All of the sub-systems can
be deployed individually or in any random combination. A transport system with carriers is used to transport the work pieces
on a double belt conveyor system between the individual stations.
This training system is used to realistically simulate the industrial processes of a complex continuous production line.
Actuators and sensors used are exclusively types that are typically used in industry. Control of the system is performed by
means of typical industrial PLC systems with Profibus and decentralised peripherals. Expansion is also possible using other
modern, industrial communications systems. The system promotes the learning of skills and team work and students can even be
left to learn the basics of mastering modern mechatronics systems on their own.
Each sub-system is designed so that simple operations and sequences are learned first and expanded upon step by step so
that students can master the knowledge and skills necessary to write complex automation control programs.
Standard interfaces make it possible to use various industrial PLC control equipment or the UniTrain-I system.
      - Transport system: dual-belt conveyors with DC motors and three-phase motor drive for variable speeds.
      - Identification system: six carriers are equipped with a fixed identity code that can be read by a reader mounted on
          each of the assembly stations
      - Identification system: as an option an RFID identification system can also be employed
      - Controller level: programming of production orders on a controlling PC, visualisation of the process and acquisition of
          data.
      - Connection to the controlling computer via TCP/IP
      - IMS 3 Sorting sub-system
      - IMS 4 Assembly sub-system
      - IMS 5 Processing sub-system
      - IMS 6 Testing sub-system
      - IMS 8 Storage sub-system
      - IMS 11 Disassembly sub-system

IMS 1.2: DC transport system
Conveyor belts form the basis for all sub-systems and installations. They are used for transferring work pieces on carriers.

Training objectives for DC transport system
     - Principle and function of various sensors
     - Making controlled movements on a simple axis
     - Incremental positioning of a work piece carrier
     - Disabling movement forwards or backwards
     - Program for monitoring slip and whether a machine is stopped
     - Safe handling of various safety circuits and locks.

  1         LM9606 - Double conveyor belt segment, 24V motor                         7
            IMS 3 Sorting sub-system
            A carrier with a workpiece carrier and a 4-bit identification code is situated at the start of a conveyor belt. A sorting
            station with a gravity magazine for six workpieces is placed over the middle of the conveyor. A dual-action cylinder
No.                               Description                                  Qty         Unit Price         Extended Price

      ensures that the empty carrier is placed precisely underneath the magazine. A single-action cylinder then operates a
      lever that selects a single workpiece and propels it onto the carrier on the carrier. The loaded carrier is then
      transported to the end of the conveyor where it passes on to the next station. Two magnetic sensors are located at
      the ends of the conveyor. An optical sensor reads an encoder wheel on the belt, by means of which the carrier can be
      accurately positioned. An optical sensor associated with the sorting sub-system detects an incoming carrier. A
      capacitive sensor monitors the level of the magazine and another magnetic sensor monitors the position of the stop
      cylinder.
2     LM9680 - Sorting station                                                  1
      IMS 4 Top section assembly sub-system
      A workpiece carrier with a 4-bit identification code is loaded with a bottom section for a workpiece and situated at
      the start of a conveyor belt. A top-section assembly station with a gravity magazine for six top-section workpieces is
      placed over the middle of the conveyor. A dual-action cylinder ensures that the carrier with the bottom section is
      placed precisely underneath the magazine. Two single-action cylinders then operate two levers simultaneously that
      selects a single top section and propel it onto the bottom section. The loaded carrier is then transported to the end of
      the conveyor where it passes on to the next station. Two magnetic sensors are located at the ends of the conveyor.
      An optical sensor reads an encoder wheel on the belt, by means of which the carrier can be accurately positioned. An
      optical sensor associated with the sorting sub-system detects an incoming carrier. A capacitive sensor monitors the
      level of the magazine and another magnetic sensor monitors the position of the stop cylinder.
3     LM9681 - Assembly station                                                 1
      IMS 5 Processing sub-system
      Situated at the beginning of a conveyor belt is a workpiece carrier with a 4-bit identification code loaded with a
      completely assembled 2-section workpiece with top and bottom section. Above the middle of the conveyor belt there
      is situated an assembly station for the insertion of the assembly bolt from a magazine drop for eight assembly bolts.
      A double-action cylinder ensures that the empty carrier is positioned precisely under the shaft of the press insertion
      device. A pneumatic lifting platform which is built into the double two-belt conveyor belt lifts the carrier by 5 mm
      so that the carrier is precisely positioned in the vertical plane. A single-action cylinder clamps the workpiece and the
      carrier to the lifting platform. A double-action cylinder inserts the assembly bolt into the bore holes provided for it in
      the top and bottom sections. The clamp then opens and the loaded carrier is transported to the end of the conveyor
      where it passes on to the next station. Two magnetic sensors are connected at the ends of the conveyor belt. An
      optical sensor reads an encoder wheel on the belt, by means of which the carrier can be accurately positioned. A
      magnetic sensor detects the approaching carrier. A capacitive sensor monitors the filling level of the magazine trap.
      Magnetic sensors monitor the end point positions of the stop and clamp cylinders.
4     LM9682 - Processing station                                               1
      IMS 6 Testing sub-system
      A workpiece carrier with a 4-bit identification code is loaded with a completely assembled 3-section workpiece with
      top section, bottom section and bolt and this is situated at the start of a conveyor belt. A testing station is placed over
      the middle of the conveyor. A dual-action cylinder ensures that the carrier with the workpiece is placed precisely
      with respect to the testing sensors. Two optical sensors, one capacitive sensor and an inductive sensor are used to
      distinguish the colour and material of the workpieces. An ultra-sonic sensor with an analog output then determines
      the height of the piece. After testing, the carrier is then transported to the end of the conveyor where it passes on to
      the next station. Two magnetic sensors are located at the ends of the conveyor. An optical sensor reads an encoder
      wheel on the belt, by means of which the carrier can be accurately positioned. A magnetic sensor detects an
      incoming carrier.
5     LM9684 - Testing station                                                  1
      IMS 8 Storage sub-system
      A double belt conveyor segment transports a carrier loaded with a workpiece to a storage and retrieval system. A
      suction lifter removes the workpiece and moves it to one of the 20 vacant storage cells in accordance with
      predetermined criteria. For this the position of the lifter can be set as desired in the X-, Y- and Z-axes.
      The information on the stored material is generated in the testing station and must be transferred to the sub-system
      via the PLC (field bus or MPI).
6     LM9641 - High rack storage system with 20 storage cells                   1
      IMS 11 Disassembly Subsystem (Robots)
      IMS 11.1 Disassembly Subsystem with Secure-Robot
7     LM9637 - Disassembly station for robots                                   1
      IMS 11.1 Disassembly Subsystem with Secure-Robot
8     LM9660 - Secure Katana 6M robot, 6 axes, 0.5kg                            1
 No.                                Description                                 Qty        Unit Price         Extended Price



Accessories:
  9      LM9603 - Double conveyor belt segment, passive                          3
 10      LM9611 - 180° conveyor belt segment                                     2
 11      LM9620 - Workpiece transport pallet                                     5
 12      LM9621 - Workpiece, top section, white                                  5
 13      LM9622 - Workpiece, top section, black                                  5
 14      LM9623 - Workpiece, bottom section, white                               5
 15      LM9624 - Workpiece, bottom section, black                               5
 16      LM9625 - Bolt workpiece, plastic                                        5
 17      LM9626 - Bolt workpiece, metal                                          5
 18      LM9638 - IMS manual control unit                                        1
 19      LM9679 - IMS sensor case                                                1
 20      LM9676 - IMS inductive sensor for conveyor belt, including              1
         mounting
 21      SE2902-9L - Compressor, low-noise                                       1
 22      LM9670 - Tubing and accessory set for mechatronics systems              1
 23      LM9040 - Serial interface cable 9/9 pole                                2
 24      LM9061 - 25-pin serial interface cable, Sub-D plug/socket               5
 25      EEIMSCONFIG - Basic calculation unit network administration            17
 26      SO3709-8D - SIMATIC S7-314C 2DP, 24 DI, 16 DO, 4 AI, 2 AO,              1
         24 V / 6 A power supply
 27      SO3713-8D - IMS interface module for PLC                                1
 28      SO3713-8D - Software STEP 7 - Basis for S7, M7, C7 V5.4                 1
         (D,GB,F,E,I)
 29      SO3713-5E - PLC-S7 PC-adapter with USB/MPI converter                    1
 30      LM9181 - Connection cable for PROFIBUS, per meter                      20
 31      LM9182 - Connection plug for PROFIBUS with PG-socket and                9
         termination resistor
 32      LM9184 - Wire stripper for PROFIBUS cables                              1
 33      SO5126-9A - Safety connection cable (4mm) 100cm blue                    9
 34      SO5126-8U - Safety connection cable (4mm) 100cm red                     9
IMS furniture
The IMS furniture system is used together with the Industrial Mechatronics System. The mobile trolleys can be used
for individual components or sub-systems. In order to build complex, mechatronics systems, the trolleys can be lined
up alongside one another and can be supplemented by frames to accommodate training panels. A power console
allows the trolley to be equipped with a wide variety of 3 HU modules. The trolleys can be extended by means of
various add-ons attachable to the aluminium rails to make up a multi-function PC experiment trolley.
 35      Mechatronics Alu profile carriage with experiment frame                 1
         1200mm
 36      Mechatronics Alu profile carriage 1200mm                                3
Media:
 37      SH5009-7A - Manual IMS 1.2 Conveyor Belt DC (GB)                        1
 38      SH-5009-7C - Manual IMS 3 Mechatronics Subsystem Sorting                1
         (GB)
 39      SH5009-7D - Manual IMS 4 Mechatronics Subsystem Assembly                1
         (GB)
 40      SH5009-7E - Manual IMS 5 Mechatronics Subsystem Processing              1
         (GB)
 41      SH5009-7F - Manual IMS 6 Mechatronics Subsystem Testing (GB)            1
 No.                                  Description                               Qty        Unit Price         Extended Price

 42      SH5009-7H - Manual IMS 8 Mechatronics Subsystem Storage                 1
         (GB)
 43      SH5009-7L - Manual IMS 11.1 Mechatronics sub-system for                 1
         disassembly
         using Katana robot (GB)
 44      SH5009-7W - Manual IMS 2 sensor case manual (GB)                        1
Quick-Charts:
 45      SO6205-1A - QuickChart: IMS 1.2 Transport system with DC drive          1
         (GB)
 46      SO6205-1C - QuickChart: IMS 3 Mechatronics Selection                    1
         subsystem (GB)
 47      QuickChart: IMS 4 Mechatronics Assembly subsystem (GB)                  1
 48      QuickChart: IMS 5 Mechatronics Process subsystem (GB)                   1
 49      QuickChart: IMS 6 Mechatronics Testing subsystem (GB)                   1
 50      QuickChart: IMS 8 Mechatronics Storage subsystem (GB)                   1
 51      QuickChart IMS 2 Sensors (GB)                                           1
Accessories:
 52      Basic calculation unit network administration


UNITRAIN-I
The UniTrain-I system is a computer-based training and experimentation system for vocational and further training
and education in the areas of basic and advanced electrical engineering and electronics. Its multimedia courses
combine cognitive and hands-on (haptic) training units into a comprehensive unified concept, specifically enabling
students to acquire skills in the handling of equipment. Starting with basic courses and advancing to cover a huge
variety of electrical engineering and electronics topics, a wide range of multimedia courses is available for study in
school or in professional and advanced training courses.
The UniTrain-I system is completely self-contained and can be used anywhere at any time. The multimedia learning
environment the system provides high degrees of motivation, and maximum learning effectiveness in laboratories, at
work or at home. It thus becomes a guarantor for effective and efficient study.
Access to the multimedia courses and control of virtual instruments and experiment hardware is provided by
LabSoft, the system's open experiment platform. The courses teach the theoretical building blocks and provide
experiments to be carried out using the course-specific experiment hardware. The intelligent measurement interface
supplies the analog and digital measuring and control I/O and represents, in combination with the system's virtual
instruments, a high quality item of laboratory equipment. In addition, students' progress can be monitored and
electronically documented on the basis of fault finding experiments with faults simulated by the hardware as well as
tests of knowledge. The electrical and electronic circuits needed for the experiments are connected to the system
with the aid of an Experimenter module.
System requirements:
        Personal computer with Windows 2000/XP
            - CD-ROM drive for installation of softwar
            - USB port for Interface
            - At least 50 MB of free hard-disk space
            - Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or higher
            - Java Runtime Environment 1.3.1 or higher
            - Macromedia Flash player (current version)
Basic equipment set for the UniTrain-I system, consisting of:
 53      UniTrain-I Interface with virtual instruments (basic VI)                5
 54      UniTrain-I Experimenter                                                 5
Accessories:
 55      UniTrain-I Extended three-phase power supply                            5
 56      UniTrain-I Measurement accessories, shunts and connection               5
         cables
 57      UniTrain-I Storage case for one system                                  5
Mechatronics Sub-Systems
 No.                                 Description                                  Qty        Unit Price          Extended Price

All IMS sub-systems are composed of several individual IMS components and are accompanied by UniTrain-I
courses. As an alternative, they can of course all be connected to any programmable logic controller by means of
standard connectors. Before IMS sub-systems are connected in larger installations, the requisite knowledge and
skills should be learned with the aid of multi-media UniTrain-I courses.
      • IMS sub-systems with UniTrain-I courses: we strongly recommend undertaking an introduction to the IMS subsystems
           with the aid of the accompanying UniTrain courses. These explain the sub-systems clearly, understandably and in
           detail and demonstrate how they can be programmed. Supplied with the course is a PLC system that can
           automatically control the sub-systems or, subsequently, more complex installations as well. This makes it very simple to
           step up to the Siemens programmable logic control system afterwards.
      • IMS sub-systems with Siemens S7 and experiment manuals: it is of course also possible to follow the
           conventional route and connect a sub-system to an industrial-type programmable logic controller and put it into
           operation.
         Training objectives for sub-systems:
             • Analysis of functional relationships
             • Set-up and adjustment of sensors
             • Introduction to electrical and pneumatic function modules
             • Configuration of mechatronics sub-system
             • Investigation of the flow of energy and information
             • PLC programming
IMS 3 Sorting sub-system
A carrier with a workpiece carrier and a 4-bit identification code is situated at the start of a conveyor belt. A sorting
station with a gravity magazine for six workpieces is placed over the middle of the conveyor. A dual-action cylinder
ensures that the empty carrier is placed precisely underneath the magazine. A single-action cylinder then operates a
lever that selects a single workpiece and propels it onto the carrier on the carrier. The loaded carrier is then
transported to the end of the conveyor where it passes on to the next station. Two magnetic sensors are located at the
ends of the conveyor. An optical sensor reads an encoder wheel on the belt, by means of which the carrier can be
accurately positioned. An optical sensor associated with the sorting sub-system detects an incoming carrier. A
capacitive sensor monitors the level of the magazine and another magnetic sensor monitors the position of the stop
cylinder.
Supplementary to the UniTrain I basic equipment set:
 58      Course - Mechatronics 3: Selection subsystem                              1
MECHATRONICS SUB-SYSTEMS
         All IMS sub-systems are composed of several individual IMS
         components and are accompanied by UniTrain-I
         courses. As an alternative, they can of course all be connected to
         any programmable logic controller by means of
         standard connectors. Before IMS sub-systems are connected in
         larger installations, the requisite knowledge and
         skills should be learned with the aid of multi-media UniTrain-I
         courses.
               • IMS sub-systems with UniTrain-I courses: we strongly
                    recommend undertaking an introduction to the IMS
                    subsystems with the aid of the accompanying UniTrain
                    courses. These explain the sub-systems clearly,
                    understandably and in detail and demonstrate how they
                    can be programmed. Supplied with the course is a PLC
                    system that can automatically control the sub-systems or,
                    subsequently, more complex installations as well. This
                    makes it very simple to step up to the Siemens
                    programmable logic control system afterwards.
               • IMS sub-systems with Siemens S7 and experiment
                    manuals: it is of course also possible to follow the
                    conventional route and connect a sub-system to an
                    industrial-type programmable logic controller and put it
                    into operation.
         Training objectives for sub-systems:
              • Analysis of functional relationships
              • Set-up and adjustment of sensors
              • Introduction to electrical and pneumatic function modules
              • Configuration of mechatronics sub-systems
              • Investigation of the flow of energy and information
 No.                                 Description                                 Qty        Unit Price         Extended Price

             •    PLC programming
IMS 4 Top section assembly sub-system
A workpiece carrier with a 4-bit identification code is loaded with a bottom section for a workpiece and situated at
the start of a conveyor belt. A top-section assembly station with a gravity magazine for six top-section workpieces is
placed over the middle of the conveyor. A dual-action cylinder ensures that the carrier with the bottom section is
placed precisely underneath the magazine. Two single-action cylinders then operate two levers simultaneously that
selects a single top section and propel it onto the bottom section. The loaded carrier is then transported to the end of
the conveyor where it passes on to the next station. Two magnetic sensors are located at the ends of the conveyor.
An optical sensor reads an encoder wheel on the belt, by means of which the carrier can be accurately positioned. An
optical sensor associated with the sorting sub-system detects an incoming carrier. A capacitive sensor monitors the
level of the magazine and another magnetic sensor monitors the position of the stop cylinder.
         Supplementary to the UniTrain I basic equipment set:
 59      Course - Mechatronics 4: Assembly subsystem                              1
         Mechatronics Sub-Systems
         All IMS sub-systems are composed of several individual IMS
         components and are accompanied by UniTrain-I
         courses. As an alternative, they can of course all be connected to
         any programmable logic controller by means of
         standard connectors. Before IMS sub-systems are connected in
         larger installations, the requisite knowledge and
         skills should be learned with the aid of multi-media UniTrain-I
         courses.
               - IMS sub-systems with UniTrain-I courses: we strongly
                    recommend undertaking an introduction to the IMS
                    subsystems with the aid of the accompanying UniTrain
                    courses. These explain the sub-systems clearly,
                    understandably and in detail and demonstrate how they
                    can be programmed. Supplied with the course is a PLC
                    system that can automatically control the sub-systems or,
                    subsequently, more complex installations as well. This
                    makes it very simple to step up to the Siemens
                    programmable logic control system afterwards.
               - IMS sub-systems with Siemens S7 and experiment
                    manuals: it is of course also possible to follow the
                    conventional route and connect a sub-system to an
                    industrial-type programmable logic controller and put it
                    into operation.
         Training objectives for sub-systems:
             - Analysis of functional relationships
             - Set-up and adjustment of sensors
             - Introduction to electrical and pneumatic function module
             - Configuration of mechatronics sub-systems
             - Investigation of the flow of energy and information
             - PLC programming
         IMS 5 Processing sub-system
         Situated at the beginning of a conveyor belt is a workpiece
         carrier with a 4-bit identification code loaded with a
         completely assembled 2-section workpiece with top and bottom
         section. Above the middle of the conveyor belt there
         is situated an assembly station for the insertion of the assembly
         bolt from a magazine drop for eight assembly bolts.
         A double-action cylinder ensures that the empty carrier is
         positioned precisely under the shaft of the press insertion
         device. A pneumatic lifting platform which is built into the double
         two-belt conveyor belt lifts the carrier by 5 mm
         so that the carrier is precisely positioned in the vertical plane. A
         single-action cylinder clamps the workpiece and the
         carrier to the lifting platform. A double-action cylinder inserts the
         assembly bolt into the bore holes provided for it in
         the top and bottom sections. The clamp then opens and the loaded
         carrier is transported to the end of the conveyor
         where it passes on to the next station. Two magnetic sensors are
         connected at the ends of the conveyor belt. An
 No.                                  Description                                  Qty        Unit Price          Extended Price

         optical sensor reads an encoder wheel on the belt, by means of
         which the carrier can be accurately positioned. A
         magnetic sensor detects the approaching carrier. A capacitive
         sensor monitors the filling level of the magazine trap.
         Magnetic sensors monitor the end point positions of the stop and
         clamp cylinders.
         Supplementary to the UniTrain I basic equipment set:
                                                                                    1
 60      Course - Mechatronics 5: Process subsystem
MECHATRONICS SUB-SYSTEMS
All IMS sub-systems are composed of several individual IMS components and are accompanied by UniTrain-I
courses. As an alternative, they can of course all be connected to any programmable logic controller by means of
standard connectors. Before IMS sub-systems are connected in larger installations, the requisite knowledge and
skills should be learned with the aid of multi-media UniTrain-I courses.
      • IMS sub-systems with UniTrain-I courses: we strongly recommend undertaking an introduction to the IMS subsystems
           with the aid of the accompanying UniTrain courses. These explain the sub-systems clearly, understandably and in
           detail and demonstrate how they can be programmed. Supplied with the course is a PLC system that can
           automatically control the sub-systems or, subsequently, more complex installations as well. This makes it very simple to
           step up to the Siemens programmable logic control system afterwards.
      • IMS sub-systems with Siemens S7 and experiment manuals: it is of course also possible to follow the conventional
           route and connect a sub-system to an industrial-type programmable logic controller and put it into operation.
           Training objectives for sub-systems:
            • Analysis of functional relationships
            • Set-up and adjustment of sensors
            • Introduction to electrical and pneumatic function modules
            • Configuration of mechatronics sub-systems
            • Investigation of the flow of energy and information
            • PLC programming
IMS 6 TESTING SUB-SYSTEM
A workpiece carrier with a 4-bit identification code is loaded with a completely assembled 3-section workpiece with
top section, bottom section and bolt and this is situated at the start of a conveyor belt. A testing station is placed over
the middle of the conveyor. A dual-action cylinder ensures that the carrier with the workpiece is placed precisely
with respect to the testing sensors. Two optical sensors, one capacitive sensor and an inductive sensor are used to
distinguish the colour and material of the workpieces. An ultra-sonic sensor with an analog output then determines
the height of the piece. After testing, the carrier is then transported to the end of the conveyor where it passes on to
the next station. Two magnetic sensors are located at the ends of the conveyor. An optical sensor reads an encoder
wheel on the belt, by means of which the carrier can be accurately positioned. A magnetic sensor detects an
incoming carrier.
Supplementary to the UniTrain I basic equipment set:
 61      Course - Mechatronics 6: Testing subsystem                                 1
SO4204-8Q - Mechatronics Sub-Systems
All IMS sub-systems are composed of several individual IMS components and are accompanied by UniTrain-I
courses. As an alternative, they can of course all be connected to any programmable logic controller by means of
standard connectors. Before IMS sub-systems are connected in larger installations, the requisite knowledge and
skills should be learned with the aid of multi-media UniTrain-I courses.
      • IMS sub-systems with UniTrain-I courses: we strongly recommend undertaking an introduction to the IMS subsystems
           with the aid of the accompanying UniTrain courses. These explain the sub-systems clearly, understandably and in
           detail and demonstrate how they can be programmed. Supplied with the course is a PLC system that can
           automatically control the sub-systems or, subsequently, more complex installations as well. This makes it very simple to
           step up to the Siemens programmable logic control system afterwards.
      • IMS sub-systems with Siemens S7 and experiment manuals: it is of course also possible to follow the conventional
           route and connect a sub-system to an industrial-type programmable logic controller and put it into operation.
           Training objectives for sub-systems:
              -   Analysis of functional relationships
              -   Set-up and adjustment of sensor
              -   Introduction to electrical and pneumatic function modules
              -   Configuration of mechatronics sub-systems
              -   Investigation of the flow of energy and informatio
              -   PLC programming
 No.                                Description                                Qty         Unit Price        Extended Price

IMS 8 Storage sub-system
A double belt conveyor segment transports a carrier loaded with a workpiece to a storage and retrieval system. A
suction lifter removes the workpiece and moves it to one of the 20 vacant storage cells in accordance with
predetermined criteria. For this the position of the lifter can be set as desired in the X-, Y- and Z-axes.
The information on the stored material is generated in the testing station and must be transferred to the sub-system
via the PLC (field bus or MPI).
Supplementary to the UniTrain I basic equipment set:
 62      Course - Mechatronics 8: Storage subsystem                              1
 63      Personal Computer                                                       6

                                              TOTAL (RM)                                                           985,000.00


Term                 :
Delivery Period      :   12 to 16 weeks after written acceptance and confirmation of order.
Validity             :   30 days after date of offer.
Prices               :   All price are quoted without tax and duty


We hope the proposal above will meet your requirement and please feel free to call us if you need any further
information.

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