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TS250 dispenser training guide and setting up
Last Updated: 01/01/2012
A New Dimension to Bench-top Fluid Dispensing


TS250 Series
October 2005

Safety Precautions

Do not operate this unit in excess of maximum ratings/settings

Always wear appropriate personal protective clothing or apparel

Use only approved power adaptor models:

? PSA15R-240P(ZJ)

? PW118RA2403B01

? PW118RA2403H01

? PW118RA2403M01

Symbol Definition

 Power On/Off: Turn unit on/off

 Cycle Mode: Select Purge, Continue and Interrupt

 Timer: Set dispense time

Pressure: Regulate air pressure

Vacuum: Regulate vacuum force


Input Voltage: 24 VDC

Maximum Air Output Pressure:

TS250 = 100 psi (6.9 bars)

TS255 = 15 psi (1.0 bars)

Vacuum Force: 16� (406mm) of Hg

Timer: 0.020-60 seconds

Repeat Tolerance: +/- 0.001%

Cycle Mode: Continue, Purge (Manual), Interrupt

Cycle Rate: 600 cycles/minute

Features- Front View

Features- Rear View

Typical Connection

Operation Modes and Display Indicators

Mode = A process that performs a specific action or a group of actions that results in an expected outcome
Continue Mode = Once the Foot Switch is depressed and re-leased, the timed-dispense cycle is activated and continued for a preset time duration
Interrupt Mode = Time-dispense cycle activated when Foot Switch is depressed and must be maintained to complete the cycle - dispense cycle will be interrupted when Foot Switch is released
Purge Mode = Dispense cycle activated and continued as long as Foot Switch is depressed
Blinking Cursor = Indicates which field can be modified
(+) Activation Button = Press this button to increase the value setting
(-) Activation Button = Press this button to decrease the value setting

Setup- Operation Diagram (Mode Selection)

Setup- Operation Diagram (Time & Counter Setting)

Setup � Purge Dispense Cycle

1. Press Power Button to turn on unit         

2. Press Mode Button to select �Purge/ manual� Mode  

3. Rotate Air Pressure Regulator knob clockwise (CW) until desired pressure is indicated on the pressure gauge

4. Attach Receiver Head Assembly to syringe. 

5. Connect plug end of Receiver Head Assembly to air outlet  

6. If vacuum �suck back� is needed, rotate Vacuum Control Knob  

7. Depress Foot Switch to activate dispense cycle  

Setup � Auto Dispense Cycle: Time Setting

1. Push Mode Button to select �CONTINUE� or �INTERRUPT� Mode 

2. Press and hold Set Button for 2 seconds to enter �Setup� Mode (the last digit is highlighted with a blinking cursor)  

4. Press (+) or (-) Activation Button to set desired dispense time

5. Press and hold Set Button for 2 seconds to save data

6. Depress Foot Switch to activate dispense cycle  

Cycle Counter Reset

To reset counter:

Press and hold Set Button for 2 seconds to enter Setup Mode then press and hold Set Button for 4 seconds to reset

Up to 65,535 cycles can be recorded


LCD does not light

- No power input: check power connection: turn on power

Unit will not actuate

- Foot Switch not plug in or loose: check Foot Switch connection

- Defective Foot : replace Foot Switch

- Loose connection inside unit: check for broken wires or loose connec- tions

- Defective solenoid: replace solenoid

- Defective PC board: replace PC board

Unit will not pressurise

- Insufficient air pressure: increase air pressure

- Air hose not plugged in: check air connection

- Defective air regulator: replace air regulator

System will not pull vacuum

- Vacuum setting is too low: increase vacuum setting

- Defective venturi: replace venturi

- Defective needle valve: replace needle valve

Inconsistent dispensing

- Air bubbles in adhesive: remove air bubbles, decrease vacuum setting

- Dispense time is too low: increase dispense time

- Dispense needle tip starting to clog: replace dispensing tip


- Make sure air supply is clean and dry - recommend using an air filter such as part # TSD800-6

- Avoid connecting air supply in excess of 100 psi (6.9 bar) for TS250 and 15 psi (1.0 bar) for TS255

- Avoid turning barrels upside down or laying barrel so that mate- rial may run through airline to internal components - use inline filter for adapter # 881-000-000

- Use amyl alcohol to clean surface of unit housing

- Use soft cloth to clean LCD display

I/O Configuration - End of Cycle Switch

Pin Function

- Pin 1 = voltage initiate + (5-24VDC)
Pin 2 = voltage initiate -
Pin 3 = �End of cycle� switch output (During cycle = ground, �End of cycle� = open)
Pin 4 = �End of cycle� switch output (During cycle = ground, �End of cycle� = open)
Pin 5 = contact closure (ground)
Pin 6 = contact closure
Pin 7, 8, 9 = available

Contact Information

TS250 and TS255 covered by 1 Year manufacturers warranty

Adhesive Dispensing Ltd
illow House
0 Craigmore Avenue
Milton Keynes
K3 6HD

Tel. 0845 652 0058
x. 0845 652 0059

[email protected]

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