Polite Note!

If you have not been trained on how to perform factory setup you can easily render the dispenser inoperative and/or inaccurate!
Get me out of here...

1. Set zero point of encoders

This is done using the CUI AMT Viewpoint software. Save the point beyond the set screw, then insert the set screw to limit travel.

2. Setup Arms Motor Controller

3. Inter-arm Calibration

This will set the home offset of both arm axes. Insert the jig and roughly align with X axis.

4. Park Position

The park position is the position inside the "hook". The arms must be pushed all the way back into the hook towards the body of the dispenser. Do not teach the position at the front of the hook or it could fail to park since it can clip the opening of the metal hook.

5. Well Calibration

Point 1
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4

6. Z Axis Calibration

7. Test plate clamp

8. Serial Number


SerialNumber: ???
(NB - SerialNumber not stored on device currently..., shown on register only... however is in DB against SerialID)

  • The SerialID and SerialNumber should be printed and applied to device.

9. Generate Default Calibration Data

This will create default calibration tables and set default calibration to be active for both valves.

10. Register Valves

Ensure any new valves from Gyger are registered into the DB. We track Gyger valve serial numbers so that we can check valve type at a later time.

Valve Register

 Valve Serial Number
 Valve Type

Motion Testing

Motion testing will cycle the D2 through a sequence of dispense protocols of various speeds so that we can test the XYZ motion. (Remove the valves for this test or ensure valves current disabled)

Cycle Count

Dispense Testing

Dispense testing will dispense onto a balance and perform a sequence of tare balance/dispense/read balance to ensure that each valve channel is working as it should.