S83/85 Ultrasonic Generator
A40-064
BRANSON
Precision Processing Group
41 Eagle Road
Danbury, CT 06-813-1961
(203) 796-0400
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1.1
Introduction
Manual Change Information
At Branson, we strive to maintain our position as the leader in ultrasonic cleaning
and related technologies by continually improving circuits and components in our
equipment. These improvements are incorporated as soon as they are
developed and thoroughly tested.
Information concerning any improvements will be added to the appropriate
manual section(s) at the next printing. Therefore, when requesting service
assistance for specific units, refer to the revision level of this manual.
Manual Change Information
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Warranty
1.2.1
Equipment
When used in accordance with written instructions and under normal operating
conditions, Branson manufactured products are guaranteed to be free from defects in
material and workmanship for ONE YEAR. In addition, Branson Series 8000 Power
Supplies are guaranteed for TWO YEARS. Transducer elements and their bond are
guaranteed for the LIFETIME of the radiating surface when used in accordance with
manufacturer’s instructions. All guarantees are from the date of invoice.
This warranty shall not apply to the following:
Cavitation erosion of tank or immersible transducer surfaces, which is process
related and a normal occurrence in the operation of an ultrasonic cleaning system.
• Equipment subjected to misuse, improper installation, alteration, neglect, or accident.
Any equipment which proves defective during the stated period will be repaired or
replaced at the sole discretion of Branson, F.O.B. Danbury, CT, or other repair depot as
specified by Branson.
•
1.2.2
Process
Branson will guarantee any process developed in their applications laboratory for ninety
days following the installation of recommended Branson equipment when the following
stipulations are met:
The customer must supply a sufficient quantity of parts with soils representative of
the parts to be cleaned in production.
• A sample of those parts will be labeled and sealed.
• The balance of the customer-supplied parts will be cleaned using a process
developed and recommended by Branson.
• Cleanliness levels will be determined by a methodology agreed upon by Branson and
its customer.
• A sample of the cleaned parts will be labeled and sealed as representative of the
recommended process.
Branson guarantees, in accordance with the above, that parts received into the Branson
precision cleaning system with the same level and condition of soil as the laboratory and
subjected to the recommended process will be cleaned to the same level as that
demonstrated in the laboratory.
•
Should the equipment or process fail to meet the agreed upon level of cleanliness,
Branson will be afforded a reasonable time to remedy the problem. Following that period,
the customer will have the right to return the equipment in accordance with normal return
policies.
1.2.3
Limitations of Liability
Branson’s liability, whether based on warranty, negligence, or other cause, shall not in
any case exceed the cost of the equipment. In no case shall Branson be responsible for
any consequential damages arising out of commercial loss.
This warranty is limited to the original purchaser and is not transferable. No warranties
expressed or implied have been made other than those stated herein. SELLER
DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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Warnings
Warning:
Ultrasonic Power supplies produce high voltage. Before working on an
ultrasonic power supply, do the following (1) turn off the ultrasonic
power supply and unplug AC voltage; and (2) remove the cover and
allow at least 1 minute for capacitors to discharge.
Warning:
Transducer (elements) can hold a high voltage charge. Before
troubleshooting or making repairs, discharge voltage by momentarily
shorting pins A and B of the RF connector that plugs into the ultrasonic
power supply.
Warnings
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Table of Contents
S83/85 Ultrasonic Generator .......................................................................................................................... 1
1
Introduction ........................................................................................................................................ 3
1.1
Manual Change Information ....................................................................................................... 3
1.2
Warranty ..................................................................................................................................... 4
1.3
Warnings..................................................................................................................................... 5
1.4
Table of Contents........................................................................................................................ 6
1.5
List of Figures............................................................................................................................. 8
1.5
About This Manual ................................................................................................................... 13
1.6
General System Description ..................................................................................................... 13
1.6.1
Ultrasonic Generator Models............................................................................................ 14
1.6.2
Options.............................................................................................................................. 14
2
Controls ............................................................................................................................................ 16
2.1
Introduction - Component Identification and Specifications .................................................... 16
2.2
S8500 Controls ......................................................................................................................... 16
2.2.1
S8500 Control Switches.................................................................................................... 17
2.2.2
Adjustment Ports............................................................................................................... 17
2.2.3
Status Annunciators .......................................................................................................... 18
2.3
S8300 Controls ......................................................................................................................... 19
2.4
Back Panel ................................................................................................................................ 20
3
Installation ........................................................................................................................................ 22
3.1
Installation Overview................................................................................................................ 22
3.2
Unpacking the Ultrasonic Power Supply .................................................................................. 22
3.3
Electrical Requirements............................................................................................................ 22
3.4
Locating the Ultrasonic Power Supply ..................................................................................... 22
3.5
Matching Ultrasonic Equipment ............................................................................................... 24
3.6
Connecting the Ultrasonic Power Supply ................................................................................. 25
3.7
Ultrasonic Tank Installation...................................................................................................... 26
3.7.1
Overview........................................................................................................................... 26
3.7.2
Installation Do’s and Don’ts ............................................................................................. 27
3.7.3
Tank Features.................................................................................................................... 28
3.7.4
Installing an Ultrasonic Tank............................................................................................ 28
4
Operation .......................................................................................................................................... 30
4.1
Overview .................................................................................................................................. 30
4.2
Key Concepts............................................................................................................................ 30
4.3
U/S Mode Function................................................................................................................... 30
4.4
Setting the Power Level Function............................................................................................. 32
4.5
Power Modulation Mode (S85 only) ........................................................................................ 33
4.6
Sweep Mode Function .............................................................................................................. 34
4.6.1
S83 Sweep Mode .............................................................................................................. 34
4.6.2
S85 Sweep Mode .............................................................................................................. 34
4.7
Rate Function (S85 only) .......................................................................................................... 35
4.8
Reset Function .......................................................................................................................... 36
5
System Installation............................................................................................................................ 38
5.1
Overview .................................................................................................................................. 38
5.1.1
Do’s – ............................................................................................................................... 38
5.1.2
Don’ts – ............................................................................................................................ 39
5.2
Elements – Immersible Transducers......................................................................................... 39
5.3
Immersible Transducer Installation, Wiring ............................................................................. 40
5.3.1
Wiring Procedures ............................................................................................................ 40
5.3.2
Preparing the RF Cable..................................................................................................... 41
5.4
Immersible Installation ............................................................................................................. 42
5.4.1
Immersible Types ............................................................................................................. 42
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Junction Boxes ..........................................................................................................................43
5.6
Mounting Junction Boxes..........................................................................................................44
5.7
Configuration Diagrams ............................................................................................................45
5.7.1
12 Element Generators ......................................................................................................45
5.7.2
18 Element Generators ......................................................................................................46
5.7.3
24 Element generators .......................................................................................................47
5.7.4
36 Element Generators ......................................................................................................48
5.7.5
48 Element Generators ......................................................................................................49
5.8
FC-Type Immersible Transducer Installation............................................................................50
5.8.1
FC Immersible Models and Dimensions ...........................................................................50
5.8.2
Mounting an FC-Type Immersible Transducer .................................................................51
5.8.3
Mounting FC Junction Boxes ............................................................................................52
5.8.4
Wiring One FC Immersible Transducer (12-elements shown) ..........................................53
5.8.5
Wiring Two FC Immersible Transducers (24 elements shown) ........................................54
5.8.6
Wiring Three FC Immersible Transducers (36 elements shown) ......................................55
5.8.7
Wiring Four FC Immersible Transducers (48 elements shown).......................................56
5.9
CB Type Immersible Mounting and Wiring..............................................................................57
5.9.1
CB Type Immersible Transducer Models and Dimensions ...............................................57
5.9.2
Mounting a CB-Type Immersible Transducer...................................................................58
5.9.3
Wiring CB Immersible Transducers ..................................................................................59
5.9.4
CB-Type Immersible Transducers – 12-Element ..............................................................60
5.9.5
CB-Type Transducers – 24-Element .................................................................................61
5.9.6
CB-Type Immersible Transducers – 36-Element ..............................................................62
5.9.7
CB-Type Immersible Transducers – 48-Element ..............................................................63
5.10 Mounting and Wiring SB-Type Immersible Transducers .........................................................64
5.10.1 SB Type Immersible Transducer Models and Dimensions ...............................................64
5.10.2 Mounting an SB Type Immersible Transducer..................................................................65
5.10.3 Mounting and Wiring SB Type Immersible Transducers..................................................66
5.11 Mounting and Wiring EB-Type Immersible Transducers .........................................................67
5.11.1 EB Immersible Transducer Models and Dimensions ........................................................67
5.11.2 Mounting an EB-Type Immersible Transducer .................................................................68
5.11.3 EB Type Immersible Transducer Junction Box Wiring ....................................................69
5.11.4 Wiring One EB/SB-Type Immersible Transducer.............................................................70
5.11.5 Wiring Two Immersible Transducers in Parallel...............................................................71
6
Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................75
6.1
Periodic Maintenance ................................................................................................................75
6.1.1
Ultrasonic Power Supplies.................................................................................................75
6.1.2
Tanks and Immersible Transducers ...................................................................................75
6.2
Trouble-shooting Charts ............................................................................................................76
6.3
Trouble-shooting the Load ........................................................................................................77
6.4
Resistance Charts ......................................................................................................................78
6.4.1
Overview ...........................................................................................................................78
6.4.2
Using Resistance Charts ....................................................................................................78
6.5
Assemblies.................................................................................................................................80
6.6
Parts List....................................................................................................................................80
7
Options ..............................................................................................................................................83
7.1
Full Feature Input/Output Board ...............................................................................................83
7.1.1
Removing the Cover..........................................................................................................83
7.1.2
Installing the I/O Board .....................................................................................................84
7.1.3
I/O Board Input Signals.....................................................................................................85
7.1.4
I/O Board Output Functions ..............................................................................................86
7.2
OEM-I/O Board – STD-392-317...............................................................................................89
7.2.1
General ..............................................................................................................................89
7.2.2
Kit Components.................................................................................................................89
7.2.3
Installation .........................................................................................................................89
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OEM I/O Operation .......................................................................................................... 90
7.3
OEM-I/O Board – 101-063-503 ............................................................................................... 92
7.3.1
General.............................................................................................................................. 92
7.3.2
Kit Components ................................................................................................................ 92
7.3.3
Installation ........................................................................................................................ 92
7.3.4
OEM I/O Operation .......................................................................................................... 93
7.3.5
Specifications.................................................................................................................... 93
7.4
Timer Option ............................................................................................................................ 96
7.5
Rack Mount Kit ........................................................................................................................ 97
8
Assistance ....................................................................................................................................... 101
8.1
Calling the Local Branson Representative.............................................................................. 101
8.2
Obtaining Replacement Parts.................................................................................................. 102
8.3
Returning Equipment.............................................................................................................. 103
1.5
List of Figures
Figure 1-1 S8500 Ultrasonic Generator........................................................................................................ 13
Figure 2-1 S8500 Front Panel....................................................................................................................... 16
Figure 2-2 S8500 Control Switches.............................................................................................................. 17
Figure 2-3 S8500 Adjustment Ports.............................................................................................................. 17
Figure 2-4 Status Annunciators .................................................................................................................... 18
Figure 2-5 S8300 Front Panel....................................................................................................................... 19
Figure 2-6 S8500 Back Panel ....................................................................................................................... 20
Figure 3-1 Ultrasonic Power supply Dimensions ......................................................................................... 23
Figure 3-2 Comparing Model Numbers........................................................................................................ 24
Figure 3-3 Translating Model Numbers ....................................................................................................... 24
Figure 3-4 Alignment of RF Plug ................................................................................................................. 25
Figure 3-5 Ultrasonic Tank Features ............................................................................................................ 28
Figure 4-1 Operating US Switch S85 ........................................................................................................... 31
Figure 4-2 Operating US Switch S83 ........................................................................................................... 31
Figure 4-3 S85 Power Level Adjustment ..................................................................................................... 32
Figure 4-4 Power Adjustment....................................................................................................................... 32
Figure 4-5 S85 Setting Power Modulation Mode ......................................................................................... 33
Figure 4-6 Sweep Bandwidth ....................................................................................................................... 34
Figure 4-7 Sweep Adjustments..................................................................................................................... 34
Figure 4-8 Sweep Width Adjustment ........................................................................................................... 35
Figure 4-9 Rate Switch Operation ................................................................................................................ 35
Figure 4-10 RESET Switch .......................................................................................................................... 36
Figure 5-1 Transducer Elements................................................................................................................... 39
Figure 5-2 Junction Box Terminal Connections ........................................................................................... 40
Figure 5-3 Task 1.......................................................................................................................................... 41
Figure 5-4 Task 2.......................................................................................................................................... 41
Figure 5-5 Task 3.......................................................................................................................................... 41
Figure 5-6 Task 4.......................................................................................................................................... 42
Figure 5-7 Mounting Configurations............................................................................................................ 42
Figure 5-8 Junction Boxes ............................................................................................................................ 43
Figure 5-9 Immersible Transducer Configurations 12 Elements .................................................................. 45
Figure 5-10 Immersible Transducer Configurations 18 Elements ................................................................ 46
Figure 5-11 Immersible Transducer Configurations 24 Elements ................................................................ 47
Figure 5-12 Immersible Transducer Configurations 36 Elements ................................................................ 48
Figure 5-13 Immersible Transducer Configurations 48 Elements ................................................................ 49
Figure 5-14 FC610/FC618 Mounting Dimensions ....................................................................................... 50
Figure 5-15 Mounting FC Type Immersibles ............................................................................................... 51
Figure 5-16 FC Type Immersible Transducer Junction Box Mounting........................................................ 52
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Figure 5-17 Wiring One FC Type Immersible Transducer ...........................................................................53
Figure 5-18 Wiring Two FC Type Immersible Transducers .........................................................................54
Figure 5-19 Wiring Three FC Type Immersible Transducers .......................................................................55
Figure 5-20 Wiring Four FC Type Immersible Transducers.........................................................................56
Figure 5-21 CB Type Immersible Transducer Dimensions...........................................................................57
Figure 5-22 Mounting CB Type Immersible Transducers.............................................................................58
Figure 5-23 Mounting and Wiring CB Type Immersible Transducers..........................................................59
Figure 5-24 Wiring 1 CB Type Immersible Transducer ...............................................................................60
Figure 5-25 Wiring 2 CB Type Immersible Transducers ..............................................................................61
Figure 5-26 Wiring 3 CB Type Immersible Transducers ..............................................................................62
Figure 5-27 Wiring 4 CB Type Immersible Transducers ..............................................................................63
Figure 5-28 SB Type Immersible Dimensions ..............................................................................................64
Figure 5-29 Mounting an SB Type Immersible Transducer..........................................................................65
Figure 5-30 Wiring SB Junction Boxes.........................................................................................................66
Figure 5-31 EB Type Immersible Transducer Dimensions ...........................................................................67
Figure 5-32 Mounting an EB Type Immersible Transducer..........................................................................68
Figure 5-33 EB Immersible Transducer Junction Box Wiring......................................................................69
Figure 5-34 Wiring 1 EB/SB Type Immersible Transducer..........................................................................70
Figure 5-35 Wiring 2 or More EB/SB Type Immersible Transducers ..........................................................71
Figure 6-1 Driver Board Test Points .............................................................................................................79
Figure 6-2 Ultrasonic Power Supply Top View ............................................................................................80
Figure 6-3 Interconnection Diagram .............................................................................................................81
Figure 7-1 Removing The Cover...................................................................................................................83
Figure 7-2 Installing Standoffs......................................................................................................................84
Figure 7-3 Installing I/O Board .....................................................................................................................84
Figure 7-4 Connector J2 ................................................................................................................................85
Figure 7-5 Discrete Input - Sinking Input Type – 6 Points ...........................................................................87
Figure 7-6 Discrete Outputs – Normally Open Contacts – 2 Points..............................................................87
Figure 7-7 Analog Input - 1 Point .................................................................................................................88
Figure 7-8 Analog Output - 2 Points .............................................................................................................88
Figure 7-9 OEM-I/O Board Installation ........................................................................................................91
Figure 7-10 OEM I/O Configuration.............................................................................................................93
Figure 7-11 External Wiring Diagrams .........................................................................................................94
Figure 7-12 OEM I/O Installation .................................................................................................................95
Figure 7-13 Timer Option .............................................................................................................................96
Figure 7-14 Rack Mount Kit .........................................................................................................................97
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About This Manual
This manual contains instructions for installing, operating and maintaining S83/85 Ultrasonic
Generators.
At the back of the manual you will find Appendices containing documentation including wiring
schematics, plumbing schematics and assembly drawings.
The following definitions apply in this manual:
Note:
Inconvenience only if disregarded - no damage or personal injury.
Caution:
Equipment damage may occur, but not personal injury.
Warning:
Personal injury may occur - DO NOT DISREGARD.
PN indicates Part Number.
Part(s) indicates your workpiece or component to be cleaned.
Figure 1-1 S8500 Ultrasonic Generator
1.6
General System Description
Series 83/85 Ultrasonic Power Supplies deliver ultrasonic electrical energy at 25 kHz, 40 kHz, 80
kHz, 120 kHz or 170 kHz (depending on the model) to an ultrasonic cleaning system. A typical
system consists of an ultrasonic power supply and a cleaning tank or immersible. Optional full
feature or OEM interface boards allow the generator to be configured and operated remotely.
Note:
Series 83/85 ultrasonic power supplies only work with Branson ultrasonic equipment (tanks
and immersible transducers.
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Ultrasonic Generator Models
Table 1 Ultrasonic Generator Models
Series
8300
Model
S8325-12
S8325-12
S8325-18
S8325-24
S8325-36
S8325-48
S8340-12
S8340-12
S8340-18
S8340-24
S8340-36
S8340-48
Voltage
120 VOLT
230 VOLT
"
"
"
"
120 VOLT
230 VOLT
"
"
"
"
Nominal
Power level
500W
500W
750W
1000W
1500W
2000W
500W
500W
750W
1000W
1500W
2000W
Number of
elements
12
12
18
24
36
48
12
12
18
24
36
48
Standard Groupings
Part Number
101-132-468
101-132-469
101-132-471
101-132-472
101-132-473
101-132-474
101-132-475
101-132-476
101-132-478
101-132-479
101-132-480
101-132-481
101-132-482
101-132-483
101-132-485
101-132-486
101-132-487
101-132-488
101-132-489
101-132-490
101-132-492
101-132-493
101-132-494
101-132-495
8500
S8525-12
S8525-12
S8525-18
S8525-24
S8525-36
S8525-48
S8540-12
S8540-12
S8540-18
S8540-24
S8540-36
S8540-48
120 VOLT
230 VOLT
"
"
"
"
120 VOLT
230 VOLT
"
"
"
"
500W
500W
750W
1000W
1500W
2000W
500W
500W
750W
1000W
1500W
2000W
12
12
18
24
36
48
12
12
18
24
36
48
1x12 or 2x6
1x12 or 2x6
1x12 & 1x6 or 3x6
2x12 or 4x6
3x12 or 6x6
4x12 or 8x6
1x12 or 2x6
1x12 or 2x6
1x12 & 1x6 or 3x6
2x12 or 4x6
3x12 or 6x6
4x12 or 8x6
101-132-682
101-132-683
101-132-684
101-132-685
101-132-686
101-132-687
101-132-688
80kHz
"
"
120kHz
"
170kHz
"
S8580-12
S8580-18
S8580-24
S85120-12
S85120-18
S85170-6
S85170-12
230V
"
"
"
"
"
"
500W
750W
1000W
500W
750W
250W
500W
12
18
24
12
18
6
12
1x12 or 2x6
1x12 & 1x6 or 3x6
2x12 or 4x6
1x12 or 2x6
1x12 & 1x6 or 3x6
1x6
1x12 or 2x6
1.6.2
1x12 or 2x6
1x12 or 2x6
1x12 & 1x6 or 3x6
2x12 or 4x6
3x12 or 6x6
4x12 or 8x6
1x12 or 2x6
1x12 or 2x6
1x12 & 1x6 or 3x6
2x12 or 4x6
3x12 or 6x6
4x12 or 8x6
Options
Table 2 Generator Options
Part Number
101-063-347
101-063-503
101-063-561
STD-392-317
STD-410-901
Type
I/O KIT
I/O KIT
I/O KIT
TIMER
Description
Rack mount kit
OEM ON/OFF with status indication
FULL FEATURE, S8500 only
OEM ON/OFF with external interlock
0-60 Mechanical Timer
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2.1
Controls
Introduction - Component Identification and Specifications
Operating the ultrasonic power supply requires that you become familiar with the power supply
controls, annunciators, and adjustment function.
The front panel contains the following:
Control switches;
Status annunciators;
Adjustment ports.
•
•
•
2.2
S8500 Controls
Figure 2-1 S8500 Front Panel
Item No.
Description
Function
1
Status annunciators
Light when fault conditions occur.
2
Ultrasonic (U/S) Power Bargraph
Displays the percentage of ultrasonic
power input.
3
Sweep Width Adjustment port
Allows adjustment bandwidth of the
Sweep mode.
4
Ultrasonic power supply control
switches
Contains switches to control ultrasonic
power supply functions and status
annunciators.
5
Power Level Adjustment port
Allows manually setting the ultrasonic
power level.
6
AC Power
Lights when the On/Off switch is on and
the ultrasonic power supply has main AC
power.
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S8500 Control Switches
Figure 2-2 S8500 Control Switches
Item No.
Switch
Function
1
SWEEP
Activates Sweep mode; LED is on when
sweep is on.
2
RATE
Toggles between high (“HI” LED on) and
low (“LO” LED on) Sweep Rates. Power
On default is HIGH rate.
3
POW MOD
Activates the Power modulation mode; LED
is on when Power Modulation is on.
4
RESET
Press when the LED is on to reset the
ultrasonic power supply and turn the LED
off.
5
U/S
Activates ultrasonic output power; LED is
on when ultrasonics are on
2.2.2
Adjustment Ports
Figure 2-3 S8500 Adjustment Ports
Item No.
Adjustment Port
Function
1
Sweep Width
Adjusts the Sweep mode bandwidth.
2
Power Level
Adjusts the percentage of ultrasonic output
power (20-100%).
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Status Annunciators
Figure 2-4 Status Annunciators
Item No.
Annunciator
Function
1
REMOTE (with I/O option only)
Annunciator lights when the back panel
REMOTE/LOCAL switch is in “REMOTE”
position. Note: When operating the
ultrasonic power supply in REMOTE
position, you cannot activate the following
front panel control switches:
• SWEEP
• RATE
• POW MOD
2
EXT. LOCK
Annunciator lights: (a) when the RF cable is
not connected to the ultrasonic power
supply, or (b) when it receives a fault
condition externally via the I/O port. Power
supply is in standby mode when light is on.
3
LOWER LIMIT
Annunciator lights when the power level
drops 20% below the preset power level.
Power supply is in standby mode when light
is on.
4
UPPER LIMIT
Annunciator lights when the power level
exceeds the preset power level by 20%.
Power supply is in standby mode when light
is on.
5
OVER LOAD
Annunciator lights when the ultrasonic
power supply overloads due to no-load, or
overload condition. Power supply is in
Standby mode when light is on.
6
OVER TEMP
Annunciator lights when the ultrasonic
power supply detects an excessive internal
temperature. Power supply is in standby
mode when light is on.
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S8300 Controls
Figure 2-5 S8300 Front Panel
Item No.
Control
Function
Annunciator lights when the ultrasonic
power supply detects an excessive internal
temperature. Power supply is in standby
mode when light is on.
1
OVER TEMP
2
SYS FAULT
Annunciator lights when the ultrasonic
power supply detects an overload, out of
range power level or an external fault
condition via the I/O port. Power supply is
in standby mode when light is on.
3
AC
Lights when the On/Off switch is on and the
ultrasonic power supply has main AC
power.
4
US
Activates ultrasonic output power; LED is
on when ultrasonics are on
5
RESET
Press when the LED is on to reset the
ultrasonic power supply and turn the LED
off.
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Back Panel
Figure 2-6 S8500 Back Panel
Item No.
Description
Function
1
Local/Remote switch SW1
Allows switching between local and remote
operation.
2
RF Connector
For connecting the RF cable to the
ultrasonic power supply from a tank or
immersible transducers.
3
Fan
Cools the ultrasonic power supply by
exhausting hot air.
4
Main On/Off Switch
Switches on AC power to the ultrasonic
power supply.
5
I/O 25-pin D-shell connector (I/O
option only).
Provides connection of cable from
ultrasonic power supply to external
controller.
6
Product Label
Displays product information, such as
power level, frequency, and serial no.
7
Serial number tag
Displays serial number of the ultrasonic
power supply.
8
Line Cord
Connects ultrasonic power supply to AC
power.
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3
3.1
Installation
Installation Overview
This section contains a sequence of tasks you must follow to ensure proper installation of your
ultrasonic power supply and ultrasonic tank. These tasks include:
3.2
1.
Unpacking the ultrasonic power supply.
2.
Choosing a suitable location for the ultrasonic power supply.
3.
Matching ultrasonic equipment (ultrasonic power supply to tanks and immersible
transducers).
4.
Connecting the ultrasonic power supply.
5.
Installing an ultrasonic tank.
Unpacking the Ultrasonic Power Supply
Unpack the ultrasonic power supply as follows:
Step
1
2
3
Action
Unpack the ultrasonic power supply as soon as it arrives, using
normal precautions to prevent damage.
Inspect the controls, indicators, and surface for damage.
Make sure that all switches are off.
Note:
If damage occurred, notify the shipping company immediately. Retain packing materials for
inspection.
3.3
Electrical Requirements
Standard line voltage:
187-253 VAC 50/60 Hz
108-132 VAC 50/60 Hz (120 Volt models)
Table 3 Current Draws (Amps)
Elements
12
18
24
36
48
3.4
208V
2.2
3.3
4.4
6.6
8.8
230V
2
3
4
6
8
120V
4
Locating the Ultrasonic Power Supply
Locate the ultrasonic power supply according to the following guidelines:
•
•
•
•
•
Make sure the ambient air temperature where you locate and operate the ultrasonic power
supply does not exceed 45˚C (113˚F).
Make sure air flow to the fan is not obstructed.
Locate the ultrasonic power supply in a electrically non-conductive atmosphere.
Make sure to locate the ultrasonic power supply in an area free from water spray, splashing,
and dripping.
Ground the ultrasonic power supply receptacle in accordance with local building codes.
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•
•
Allow sufficient clearance to access connectors on back of the ultrasonic power supply (7 in.
minimum).
Place the ultrasonic power supply on a horizontal, flat surface top near the tank or transducer
in an area away from any heat sources.
Figure 3-1 Ultrasonic Power supply Dimensions
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3.5
Matching Ultrasonic Equipment
Compare the model numbers on all equipment connected to the ultrasonic power supply. Figure
3-2 shows the labels that contain the model numbers.
Figure 3-2 Comparing Model Numbers
Figure 3-3 Translating Model Numbers
25
40
80
S83 120
S85 170 -12
Ultrasonic Power
Supply
Series 83 or 85 Power Supply
Operating Frequency (kHz)
Number of Elements
25
40
80
120
C(H) 1012 - 170
-12
C Series tank (H-heated)
Ultrasonic
Tank
Interior size of tank (inches, L to R, F to B)
Operating Frequency
Number of Elements
FC
CB
SB
EB
25
1012 - 40
-12
Type of Immersible Transducer
Immersible
Transducer
Size of Immersible Transducer
Operating Frequency
Number of Elements
Note:
Use 40 kHz transducer with 80, 120 and 170 kHz generators.
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3.6
Connecting the Ultrasonic Power Supply
Connect the ultrasonic power supply as follows:
Step
1
Action
Make sure that the ultrasonic power supply is unplugged from the
AC voltage source.
Make sure the Main On/Off switch (located on the back panel) is
off.
Align the notch of the RF cable and the slot of RF connector on the
back panel (Figure 3-4 shows the alignment).
Plug the RF plug into the RF socket; secure the RF plug by
threading the knurled ring and turning until the end of travel.
2
3
4
Figure 3-4 Alignment of RF Plug
A
C
B
D
RF Cable
Schematic
E
Red (+)
Black (-)
Green (Ground)
A
B
C
D
E
Note:
SHIELD
Pin
Wire In
A
B
C
D
E
Red
Black
Green
Interlock
Interlock
If the RF connector is not fully engaged by the knurl ring, the External Lock LED will light.
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3.7
Ultrasonic Tank Installation
3.7.1
Overview
This section contains instructions for installing and operating a Branson ultrasonic tank with the
S8000 ultrasonic power supply. The following tables contain model numbers and part numbers
for unheated and heated ultrasonic tanks.
Table 4 Ultrasonic Tanks - Unheated
Model
Part No. –
Chromated
Part No. – Bright
Annealed Finish
C1012-25-12
101-908-202
101-908-228
C1216-25-18
101-908-206
101-908-227
C1620-25-24
101-908-210
101-908-223
C2024-25-36
101-908-214
101-908-219
C1012-40-12*@&
101-908-200
101-908-229
C1216-40-18*@
101-908-204
101-908-226
C1620-40-24*
101-908-208
101-908-221
C2024-40-36
101-908-212
101-908-218
Table 5 Ultrasonic Tanks - Heated
Model
Part No. –
Chromated
Part No. – Bright
Annealed Finish
CH1012-25-12
101-908-203
101-908-230
CH1216-25-18
101-908-207
101-908-225
CH1620-25-24
101-908-211
101-908-222
CH2024-25-36
101-908-215
101-908-216
CH1012-40-12*@&
101-908-201
101-908-231
CH1216-40-18*@
101-908-205
101-908-224
CH1620-40-24*
101-908-209
101-908-220
CH2024-40-36
101-908-213
101-908-217
*
@
&
May be operated with 80 kHz generator
May be operated with 120 kHz generator
May be operated with 170 kHz generator
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3.7.2
Installation Do’s and Don’ts
1. DO make sure you have all necessary system components: the RF cable, the interconnecting
jumper cables, and the junction boxes.
2. DO ensure that the frequency and number of elements (transducers) of the ultrasonic power
supply matches that of the ultrasonic tank load.
3. DO compare the numbers on the RF cable label and the ID plate on the back panel of the
ultrasonic power supply to make sure they match.
4. DO turn off main power switches.
5. DO make sure to ground the ultrasonic power supply in accordance with local building and
safety codes.
6. DO check the line voltage on the ID plate for the ultrasonic power supply line voltage to
ensure it matches your AC source voltage
7. DO use Power Modulation mode – after initially filling the ultrasonic tank – to remove large
obstructive gas bubbles which shield the ultrasonic energy. Run for 10-15 minutes at
operating temperature.
8. DO maintain the liquid level of the ultrasonic tank with 3 inches of the top – the same level as
the fill port.
9. DO, in application with large parts which displace significant amount of liquid, take care not
to expose the heaters.
10. DO make sure to operate an ultrasonic tank from the same ultrasonic power supply.
11. DO ensure parts are at least 2 inches from the radiating surface of the ultrasonic tank or
immersible transducers. Do this by positioning a basket or parts rack to maintain the 2-inch
minimum distance.
12. DO ensure parts slowly agitate up and down while ultrasonic cleaning. This enhances the
cleaning process by flushing away the contaminates as cavitation removes them.
13. DO make sure to open/expose parts to the ultrasonic field as much as possible.
14. DO use baskets constructed of ¼ inch mesh or larger. For small parts, DO use near solid
bottom baskets.
Don’ts
1.
DO NOT place parts directly on the radiating surface of an ultrasonic tank or immersible.
2.
During the cleaning process, DO limit the disturbance of the liquid. Limit flow from fills
or recirculation to 4-5 gallons per minute.
3.
DO NOT ever use highly acidic compounds or flammable chemistries – the C/CH tank
series and immersible transducers are constructed of 316L stainless steel.
4.
DO NOT plug the ultrasonic power supply to AC source until you finish installing the
ultrasonic tank or tank with immersible transducers.
5.
DO NOT operate the ultrasonic power supply with the cover off.
Caution:
Check the model number of the ultrasonic power supply and the model numbers on the
ultrasonic tank that you plan to install. Equipment damage can occur if the ultrasonic
power supply model number does not match the number of elements in the ultrasonic tank.
Before installing, make sure that you turn off the ultrasonic power supply and disconnect your AC
voltage source. Leave the ultrasonic power supply disconnected until you finish the installation.
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3.7.3
Tank Features
The following figures contain illustrations of the right side and left side of an ultrasonic
tank (CH1012-25-12 shown). The illustration contain callouts to the features of the
ultrasonic tank that you need to know to install and operate an ultrasonic tank.
Figure 3-5 Ultrasonic Tank Features
Fill port
Radiating Surface
Voltage
label
Frequency
label
RF cable to
ultrasonic
power supply
AC line
cord
Tank ID
plate
Warning
label
Drain
port
3.7.4
Temperature
control knob
Installing an Ultrasonic Tank
Step
Action
1
Check tank plumbing; make sure drain is closed.
2
If using a heated tank, set temperature control to lowest setting.
3
Fill the tank with liquid to the 3 inches from the top – the same
level as the fill port.
4
If using a heated tank, plug in the heater.
5
Plug RF cable into power supply.
6
Turn on the ultrasonic power supply.
7
If using a heated tank, set the tank temperature.
8
Place parts in basket.
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4
4.1
Operation
Overview
This section contains instructions for starting and operating the ultrasonic power supply and
covers the following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Using the U/S switch to activate ultrasonics.
Setting the power level.
Using Power modulation mode to remove dissolved gases from the tank liquid.
Using Sweep mode to select the sweep speed and bandwidth.
Using the Rate switch to set sweep speed.
Using the Reset switch when tuning and when clearing a fault condition.
The order of the topics above is the most common sequence used to operate the ultrasonic power
supply.
4.2
Key Concepts
The following defines key concepts used when operating the ultrasonic power supply:
Line/load regulation – compensates for the tank liquid level and temperature changes as well as
line and load variations. This maintains power to less than 3 percent change for consistent
cleaning.
Auto frequency tracking – maintains optimum operating frequency around your application.
Dynamically adjusts to your preset conditions regardless of changes in your operating
environment.
Sweep mode – modulates the operating frequency above and below the ultrasonic power supply’s
tuned frequency by approximately 1000 Hz. This feature products a random wave-length pattern
in the tank to improve energy distribution and cleaning effectiveness.
Power modulation – Changes the ultrasonic waveform to provide high amplitude to assist in
cavitating viscous or difficult to cavitate liquids. The average power level is unchanged. Power
modulation may be used to improve degassing in difficult to degas liquids.
4.3
U/S Mode Function
The U/S control switch activates ultrasonic power to the ultrasonic tank or immersible transducers.
Notes
You can operate the U/S control switch at the front panel when in operating the ultrasonic
power supply in Remote position.
Note:
Before pressing the U/S control switch, make sure the ultrasonic power supply is powered up
and the connection to the ultrasonic tank or immersible transducers is secure.
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Figure 4-1 Operating US Switch S85
LED lit
Press key
Figure 4-2 Operating US Switch S83
LED lit
Press key
Press the U/S switch. The U/S power level will slowly ramp to the maximum setting determined
by: (a) the power level setting or (b) the external DC control voltage (in Remote position).
The S85 generator will display the power level on the bar graph.
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4.4
Setting the Power Level Function
The Power Level Adjustment Port allows to set the ultrasonic output power level from 20% to
100% of the maximum power rating of your ultrasonic power supply.
Notes: If operating the ultrasonic power supply in Remote position, the front panel power level
setting no longer applies.
Note:
If the RESET light is illuminated, you cannot adjust the U/S power.
Figure 4-3 S85 Power Level Adjustment
US POWER BARGRAPH
%
POWER
STATUS
100
EXT. LOCK
UPPER LIMIT
OVER TEMP
REMOTE
LOWER LIMIT
OVERLOAD
80
60
40
CONTROLS
LO
20
HI
- +
SWEEP
WIDTH
SWEEP
RATE
PWR MOD
RESET
U/S
- +
POWER
LEVEL
AC
LED lit
POWER LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
Press key
Step
1
2
Action
Press the U/S switch.
Turn the Power Level Adjustment Port to set the
Power Level.
Figure 4-4 Power Adjustment
Decrease
Increase
POWER
LEVEL
Power Level
Adjustment Port
(set to 50%)
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The U/S Power bargraph displays the
power level on the S85 generator. There
is no display on the S83 generator.
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4.5
Power Modulation Mode (S85 only)
Power modulation creates power bursts at a 4 : 1 ratio between peak power and the average power.
When not in power modulation, the ratio between the peak and average power is 2:1. This feature
is helpful when working with liquids that are normally difficult to cavitate such as semi-aqueous
solutions. Activate power modulation by pressing the PWR MOD button on the front panel.
• The generator must be off to enter the power modulation mode.
• Sweep will be inactive in the power modulation mode.
• Power modulation can be set from the panel when operating in the remote mode.
Figure 4-5 S85 Setting Power Modulation Mode
LED lit
Press key
Step
1
Action
Power up the ultrasonic power supply
and make sure that U/S LED is off.
Result
AC LED on;
U/S LED off.
2
Press two control switches in this order
(a) POW MOD and (b) U/S.
POW MOD LED lights;
Tank liquid agitates.
3
To turn POW MOD off: press the U/S
switch.
U/S Off
4
Press the POW MOD switch.
POW MOD mode inactive and the LED goes
off.
5
Press the U/S switch.
Ultrasonic power supply returns to standard
operating mode.
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4.6
Sweep Mode Function
4.6.1
S83 Sweep Mode
Sweep is always on at a fixed rate of 80 Hz and a bandwidth of +/- 700Hz.
4.6.2
S85 Sweep Mode
Sweep Mode allows the ultrasonic power supply to operate above and below the operating
frequency. In Sweep mode, the operating frequency constantly changes, sweeping from 1000 Hz
below to 1000 Hz above the operating frequency. This helps cleaning activity in the tank. The
following figure shows the bandwidth:
Figure 4-6 Sweep Bandwidth
−100 Hz
−1000 Hz
+100 Hz
Minimum
+1000 Hz
Tracking
Frequency
Two other functions are used to set Sweep: the Rate function and the Sweep Width Adjustment
port.
Notes: Sweep mode becomes inactive at the front panel when operating the ultrasonic power supply
in Remote mode or Power modulation mode.
Before pressing the SWEEP button, make sure that:
o
You have the adjustment tool (supplied with the ultrasonic power supply) or 1/8” flatblade screwdriver for adjusting the Sweep adjustment potentiometer; and
o
The ultrasonic power supply is powered up.
Figure 4-7 Sweep Adjustments
LED lit
Press key
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Step
1
Action
Press the Sweep switch.
Result
Sweep LED lights.
2
Press Rate to select 80 Hz (LO) or 1000
Hz (HI).
Rate HI or LO led lights. Refer to Rate
on next page.
3
Turn the Sweep Width adjustment port
to set the bandwidth.
Figure 4-8 Sweep Width Adjustment
Decrease −
+ Increase
SWEEP
WIDTH
4.7
4
Press the Sweep switch.
Sweep LED goes off.
5
Press the U/S switch.
Ultrasonics activates.
Rate Function (S85 only)
The Rate switch allows you to select the speed at which the ultrasonic power supply will sweep
about the operating frequency. (Low rate (LO) = 80 Hz; high rate (HI) = 1 kHz.)
•
•
•
•
Rate is inactive at the front panel when operating the ultrasonic power supply in Remote
mode.
Upon powerup, Rate defaults to HI.
The Rate switch is used in conjunction with Sweep Mode; refer to Sweep mode, for
instructions on using the Rate function.
Press the RATE switch to toggle between HI and LO (Low).
Figure 4-9 Rate Switch Operation
LED lit
Press key
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4.8
Reset Function
The Reset function activates when a fault occurs, as indicated by a lit LED in the Status area. You
activate Reset when you fix the fault and want to return to standard operating mode.
Before pressing Reset, all alarms must be resolved, and all status LEDs must be off (except
REMOTE).
Press the RESET switch to turn the indicator off and allow the ultrasonics to be restarted.
Removing AC power will also reset the fault condition.
Figure 4-10 RESET Switch
LED lit
Press key
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5
5.1
System Installation
Overview
This section is for a customer who installs Branson custom tanks with Branson immersible
transducers.
All four types of immersible transducers – FC, CB, SB, and EB – mount on the sidewall or bottom
of a custom ultrasonic tank. To connect an immersible transducer or group of immersible
transducers to the power supply, you use one or more types of junction boxes.
This section details how to:
•
•
Caution:
Mount and wire the junction boxes;
Mount and wire the immersible transducers.
Check the model number of the power supply and the model numbers on each
immersible transducer that you plan to install. Equipment damage can occur if the
ultrasonic power supply model number does not match the number of elements
connected.
Before installing, make sure that you:
• Turn off the power supply and disconnect your AC voltage source; leave disconnected until you finish
the installation.
• Drain the tank completely.
• Wire all RF connections in parallel according to the wiring diagrams.
Installation Do’s and Don’ts
Before installing equipment, read the following Do’s and Don’ts:
5.1.1
Do’s –
1. DO make sure you have all necessary system components: the RF cable, the interconnecting
jumper cables, and the junction boxes.
2. DO ensure that the frequency and number of elements (transducers) of the ultrasonic power
supply matches that of the ultrasonic tank or the total immersible transducer load.
3. DO compare the numbers on the RF cable ID label and the ID plate on the back panel of the
ultrasonic power supply to make sure they match.
4. DO turn off main power switches.
5. DO wire all immersible transducers in parallel (red-red, black-black).
6. DO make sure to ground the ultrasonic power supply in accordance with local building and
safety codes.
7. DO check the line voltage on the ID plate for the ultrasonic power supply line voltage to
ensure it matches you AC source voltage.
8. DO use stainless steel hardware whenever possible; usually #10-32 panhead screws or #10-32
weld studs, washers, and nuts.
9. DO install immersible transducers before installing junction boxes.
10. DO prepare the RF cable before installing RF cables into junction boxes. (Refer to Preparing
an RF Cable).
11. DO install FC-type immersible transducers on a mounting rack that hangs over the tank
sidewall or on the bottom of the tank. The rack must be fabricated of tank-like material, such
as 316SL stainless steel.
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12. DO use weld studs (10-32x1/2 316 stainless steel) when mounting immersible transducers on
a tank.
13. DO make sure to install immersible transducers, placed on opposing walls of a tank, so they
are no closer than 10 inches.
14. DO make sure to operate an ultrasonic tank or set of immersible transducers from the same
ultrasonic power supply.
15. DO install protective guards on side-mounted immersible transducers.
5.1.2
Don’ts –
1. DO NOT operate the ultrasonic power supply with the cover off.
2. DO NOT plug the ultrasonic power supply to AC source voltage until you finish installing the
ultrasonic tank or tank with immersible transducers.
3. DO NOT scratch or mar a radiating surface of an immersible transducer.
5.2
Elements – Immersible Transducers
Figure 5-1 contains an illustration of an immersible transducer with an array of
transducers. Ultrasonic tanks also contain transducer arrays. For example, a C1012-2512 model ultrasonic tank contains 12 transducers. For use in this manual, the individual
transducers in an immersible transducer or ultrasonic tank are defined as elements. So
throughout this manual, note that a 12-element immersible transducer contains 12
transducers, a 24-element transducer contains 24 transducers, and so on.
Figure 5-1 Transducer Elements
Immersible Transducer
Element
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5.3
Immersible Transducer Installation, Wiring
5.3.1
Wiring Procedures
The following table contains steps for wiring a junction box.
Note:
These steps apply when wiring all three styles of junction boxes to immersible transducers.
Step
1
Action
If installing CB-type immersible transducers, prep incoming and outgoing RF
cables. (Refer to Preparing an RF Cable.)
Refer to the wiring diagram for your installation.
Route wires from the immersible transducer and the RF cable into the
junction box.
Strip all wire ends approximately ½ inch (immersible transducer and RF
cable wires).
Match the colored wires (that is, red to red or black to black).
Insert the matching colored ends into the barrel crimp (Figure 5-2).
Crimp the barrel connector with a proper crimping tool.
Fill the drilled hole in the insulator block with silicon sealant (RTV 102®).
Insert the crimped connector into the hole and push in until seated at the
bottom of the hole.
Cover the crimp with RTV 102®.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Figure 5-2 Junction Box Terminal Connections
Hole
Barrel
Connectors
Insulator Block
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5.3.2
Preparing the RF Cable
Preparing the RF cable involves a series of tasks that you must do to install one end of the RF
cable into a fitting of a junction box.
Figure 5-3 Task 1
Preparing an RF Cable (Task 1)
Step Action
1
Strip end of RF cable 3 inches.
2
Remove outer insulation 3 inches
from the end, exposing wire braid.
3
Slip cap and washer over RF cable
as shown.
3"
1
1 4"
Figure 5-4 Task 2
Preparing an RF Cable (Task 2)
Step Action
1
Prepare exposed wire braid, using a
common awl, so you can fold the
wire braid back.
2
Cut away filler material.
3
Slip rubber grommet over RF cable
to point A, as shown.
A
Figure 5-5 Task 3
Preparing an RF Cable (Task 3)
Fold excess wire braid over the rubber
grommet.
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Figure 5-6 Task 4
Preparing an RF Cable (Task 4)
Step Action
1
Bring cap, washer, and rubber
grommet together; secure to junction
box fitting.
2
Tighten all parts securely.
5.4
Immersible Installation
Immersible transducers are compact, hermetically sealed modular components containing either
six or twelve elements (Elements operate at one of two frequencies (25 kHz or 40 kHz). Use 40
kHz transducers with 80, 120 and 170 kHz generators.
Installation involves mounting the immersible transducers to the tank walls or on a fixture on the
bottom, then wiring them together in parallel using junction boxes.
5.4.1
Immersible Types
Immersible transducers are available in four types as follows:
Figure 5-7 Mounting Configurations
Mounting
flange
Radiating
Surface
ID Engraving
(bottom)
Mounting
flange
Radiating
Surface
ID Engraving
(bottom)
Type EB − End Bulkhead
Mounting
fittings
Type FC − Flexible Cable
ID Engraving
Mounting
fitting
(2 places)
ID Engraving
Type SB − Short Bulkhead
Type CB − Cable Bulkhead
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5.5
Junction Boxes
Junction boxes allow for connecting an array of immersible transducers to the ultrasonic power
supply. Figure 5-8 contains illustrations of each junction box style.
Figure 5-8 Junction Boxes
Weld Studs
(4 places)
Tank wall
Flange−Mount Junction Box
Weld Studs
(4 places)
4 3 4 IN
Tank wall
Master Junction Box
EB/SB−Type Junction Box
Refer to Configuration Diagrams which outline how the three styles of junction boxes are used.
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5.6
Mounting Junction Boxes
FC-type and CB-type immersible transducers connect to the ultrasonic power supply through a
flange-mount junction box that contains mounting flanges on the bottom. Mount this junction box
on the outside of the tank wall or cleaning system framework near the immersible transducer.
If installing one or two FC- or CB-type immersible transducers, install a flange mount junction
box by following these steps:
Step
Action
1
Select a location for the flange-mount junction box on the outwall of
the tank or framework.
2
If installing, measure and mark the four places for weld studs (Figure
5-8)
3
If installing on framework, drill 4 holes 3/16 inches in diameter. If
installing on a tank, use #10-32 weld studs.
4
Mount and secure the junction box.
You use a master junction for connecting of three and four immersible transducers. Mount a
master junction box by following these steps:
Step
Action
1
Select a location for the master junction box.
2
Measure and mark the four places for mounting the junction box
(Figure 5-8).
3
If installing on a tank wall, install weld studs – Never drill holes in
a tank. If installing on another surface, drill four holes 3/16 inches
in diameter.
4
Mount the master junction box to the tank or surface.
If mounting EB or SB immersible transducers, refer to the mounting instructions for EB or SB
immersible transducers.
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5.7
Configuration Diagrams
5.7.1
12 Element Generators
The following diagrams outline immersible transducer configurations for each ultrasonic power
supply.
Figure 5-9 Immersible Transducer Configurations 12 Elements
FC/CB
Immersible
Transducers
EB/SB
Immersible
Transducers
S8XXX-12
POWER SUPPLY
S8XXX-12
POWER SUPPLY
RF Cable
RF Cable
Flange-mount
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
FC/CB
12
Elem.
EB/SB
12
Elem.
S8XXX-12
POWER SUPPLY
S8XXX-12
POWER SUPPLY
RF Cable
RF Cable
Flange-mount
Junction Box
FC/CB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
FC/CB
6
Elem.
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5.7.2
18 Element Generators
Figure 5-10 Immersible Transducer Configurations 18 Elements
FC/CB
Immersible
Transducers
EB/SB
Immersible
Transducers
S8XXX-18
GENERATOR
S8XXX-18
GENERATOR
RF Cable
RF Cable
Flange-mount
Junction Box
FC/CB
12
Elem.
FC/CB
6
Elem.
S8XXX-18
GENERATOR
FC/CB
6
Elem.
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EB/SB
12
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
RF Cable
Flange-mount
Junction Box
FC/CB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
Junction Box
S8XXX-18
GENERATOR
RF Cable
FC/CB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
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Flange-mount
Junction Box
Page 47
FC/CB
12
Elem.
FC/CB
12
Elem.
S8XXX-24
GENERATOR
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
12
Elem.
EB/SB
12
Elem.
RF Cable
System Installation
Master
Junction Box
FC/CB
6
Elem.
RF Cable
S8XXX-24
GENERATOR
RF Cable
FC/CB
6
Elem.
S8XXX-24
GENERATOR
FC/CB
6
Elem.
FC/CB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
24 Element generators
RF Cable
EB/SB
Immersible
Transducers
5.7.3
S8XXX-24
GENERATOR
Figure 5-11 Immersible Transducer Configurations 24 Elements
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Immersible
Transducers
S8XXX-36
GENERATOR
RF Cable
RF Cable
Flange-mount
Junction Box
FC/CB
12
Elem.
FC/CB
12
Elem.
FC/CB
12
Elem.
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S8XXX-36
GENERATOR
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
12
Elem.
EB/SB
12
Elem.
EB/SB
12
Elem.
S8XXX-36
GENERATOR
RF Cable
Master
Junction Box
RF Cable
Master
Junction Box
System Installation
FC/CB
6
Elem.
FC/CB
6
Elem.
Master
Junction Box
FC/CB
6
Elem.
FC/CB
6
Elem.
FC/CB
6
Elem.
FC/CB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
36 Element Generators
S8XXX-36
GENERATOR
5.7.4
EB/SB
Immersible
Transducers
Figure 5-12 Immersible Transducer Configurations 36 Elements
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Immersible
Transducers
RF Cable
Master
Junction Box
FC/CB
12
Elem.
FC/CB
12
Elem.
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RF Cable
Master
Junction Box
FC/CB
6
Elem.
FC/CB
12
Elem.
FC/CB
6
Elem.
FC/CB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
12
Elem.
EB/SB
12
Elem.
EB/SB
12
Elem.
EB/SB
12
Elem.
S8XXX-48
GENERATOR
Master
Junction Box
FC/CB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
Junction Box
S8XXX-48
GENERATOR
Master
Junction Box
FC/CB
6
Elem.
FC/CB
12
Elem.
EB/SB
Junction Box
FC/CB
6
Elem.
FC/CB
6
Elem.
FC/CB
6
Elem.
RF Cable
Master
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
Junction Box
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
EB/SB
6
Elem.
48 Element Generators
RF Cable
5.7.5
S8XXX-48
GENERATOR
S8XXX-48
GENERATOR
Figure 5-13 Immersible Transducer Configurations 48 Elements
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EB/SB
Immersible
Transducers
FC/CB
Immersible
Transducers
System Installation
5.8
FC-Type Immersible Transducer Installation
FC-type immersible transducers mount on the inside sidewall of a custom ultrasonic tank. An FCtype immersible transducer requires a flexible, water-proof cable (FC) for connections because the
cable contacts the water in the tank.
5.8.1
FC Immersible Models and Dimensions
Table 6 FC Transducer Models
Model
Chrome
Bright Annealed
FC610-25-6
101-910-672
101-910-691
FC618-25-12
101-910-674
101-910-689
FC610-40-6
101-910-673
101-910-690
FC618-40-12
101-910-675
101-910-688
Figure 5-14 FC610/FC618 Mounting Dimensions
MODEL FC610 − XX − 6
SERIAL XX − XXXX − XX
BRANSON ULTRASONICS
CORPORATION
DANBURY CT. U.S.A.
MODEL FC618−XX−12
SERIAL XX − XXXX − XX
BRANSON ULTRASONICS
CORPORATION
DANBURY CT. U.S.A.
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5.8.2
Mounting an FC-Type Immersible Transducer
Figure 5-15 Mounting FC Type Immersibles
FC-type
Immersible
Transducer
To mount an FC-type immersible transducer directly on a tank wall, follow these steps:
Step
Action
1
Select a location for the immersible transducer.
2
Measure, mark, and install four weld studs using the dimensions in
Figure 5-10.
3
Position the immersible transducers over the weld studs through the
flange holes.
4
Route the flexible cable to the corresponding junction box.
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5.8.3
Mounting FC Junction Boxes
Figure 5-12 contains an illustration shows two FC-type immersible transducers mounted on a
stainless steel rack and connected to junction boxes.
Figure 5-16 FC Type Immersible Transducer Junction Box Mounting
Flexible Cable
4 inch minimum
radius
Rack
FC-type
immersible
transducer
Flanged Junction
Box
Jumper Cable
Note:
You can also wire the two immersible transducers into one junction box. (Refer to
Configuration Diagrams).
Step
Action
1
Select a location for the immersible transducer. (Refer to
Installation Do’s and Don’ts).
2
Measure and mark the four places for installing weld studs.
3
Mount the immersible transducer to the tank or rack.
4
Route the flexible cable to the corresponding junction box. Note:
The min. bend radius of the flexible cable is 4 inches in diameter.
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5.8.4
Wiring One FC Immersible Transducer (12-elements shown)
Figure 5-17 Wiring One FC Type Immersible Transducer
J1
S8000 RF Cable
Assembly
Immersible
Transducers
(RED)
(RED)
3
J1
S8XXX − XX
+
RF Cable
ID Label
2
−
(BLK)
(BLK)
1
(GRN/YEL)
J1
J1
Wiring Diagram
GND (GRN/YEL)
RF+ (RED)
RF− (BLK)
1
2
3
Flexible Overbraid Hose from
FC type Immersible
Note:
After installing, test grounds and continuity according to local codes.
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5.8.5
Wiring Two FC Immersible Transducers (24 elements shown)
Figure 5-18 Wiring Two FC Type Immersible Transducers
J1
S8000 RF Cable
Assembly
S8XXX − XX
Immersible
Transducers
RF Cable
ID Label
(RED)
(RED)
(RED)
+
+
−
−
3
2
(BLK)
(BLK)
(BLK)
1
(GRN/YEL)
GND (GRN/YEL)
J1
J1
J1
Wiring Diagram
RF+ (RED)
RF− (BLK)
1
2
3
Flexible Overbraid Hoses from
FC type Immersibles (2)
Note:
After installing, test grounds and continuity according to local codes.
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5.8.6
Wiring Three FC Immersible Transducers (36 elements shown)
Figure 5-19 Wiring Three FC Type Immersible Transducers
J1
S8000 RF Cable
Assembly
RF Cable
ID Label
S8XXX − XX
(RED)
(RED)
1
RED
JUMPER
2
Immersible
Transducers
(RED)
(RED)
3
+
+
+
−
−
−
(BLK)
(BLK)
1
J1
BLACK
JUMPER
2
GND (GRN/YEL)
(BLK)
(BLK)
3
(GRN/YEL)
RF− (BLK)
RF+ (RED)
Wiring Diagram
SS Overbraid
Flexible Conduit (3)
To Immersibles
Note:
After installing, test grounds and continuity according to local codes.
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J1
J1
5.8.7
Wiring Four FC Immersible Transducers (48 elements shown)
Figure 5-20 Wiring Four FC Type Immersible Transducers
J1
S8000 RF Cable
Assembly
RF Cable
ID Label
S8XXX − XX
(RED)
(RED)
(RED)
(RED)
Immersible
Transducers
1
RED
JUMPER
2
(RED)
3
+
+
+
+
−
−
−
−
(BLK)
J1
J1
1
(BLK)
(BLK)
GND (GRN/YEL)
(BLK)
(BLK)
2
BLACK
JUMPER
3
(GRN/YEL)
RF− (BLK)
J1
RF+ (RED)
Wiring Diagram
SS Overbraid
Flexible Conduit (4)
To Immersibles
Note:
After installing, test grounds and continuity according to local codes.
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5.9
CB Type Immersible Mounting and Wiring
CB type immersible transducers mount on the inside wall of a custom ultrasonic tank.
5.9.1
CB Type Immersible Transducer Models and Dimensions
Table 7 CB Type Immersibles
Model
Chrome
Bright Annealed
CB610-25-6
101-910-684
101-910-703
CB618-25-12
101-910-686
101-910-701
CB610-40-6
101-910-685
101-910-702
CB618-40-12
101-910-687
101-910-700
Figure 5-21 CB Type Immersible Transducer Dimensions
MODEL CB610 − XX − 6
SERIAL XX − XXXX − XX
BRANSON ULTRASONICS
CORPORATION
DANBURY CT. U.S.A.
MODEL CB618− XX − 12
SERIAL XX − XXXX − XX
BRANSON ULTRASONICS
CORPORATION
DANBURY CT. U.S.A.
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5.9.2
Mounting a CB-Type Immersible Transducer
Figure 5-22 Mounting CB Type Immersible Transducers
Teflon
Washer
Metal Washer
CB,EB,SB
Immersible
Transducer
Fitting
Nut
Tank Wall
To mount an immersible transducer, follow these steps:
Step
Action
1
Select a location for the immersible transducer (Refer to Do’s and
Don’ts).
2
Measure and mark two places for the mounting hole(s).
3
Place the Teflon washer on, then put through holes.
4
Place the cable in desired position.
5
Attach the immersible transducer to the tank sidewall as follows:
6
1.
Insert the two immersible transducer fittings through holes.
2.
Attach the washer and jam nut to the fittings and tighten
until the washer seats.
Route the immersible transducer cable to the junction box (follow
wiring instructions) or the ultrasonic power supply.
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5.9.3
Wiring CB Immersible Transducers
Figure 5-23 Mounting and Wiring CB Type Immersible Transducers
RF cable to
ultrasonic
power supply
Junction
box
CB−Type
immersible
transducers
Step
Action
1
Route the RF cable and immersible transducer wire/cables to the
junction box.
2
Attach all cables and wires to the junction box.
3
Refer to the wiring illustration and wiring diagram for a 12-element,
a 24-element, a 36-element, or a 48-element connection.
4
Follow the instructions in the section Wiring Procedures, located at
the front of the Immersible Installation Section.
5
Attach the ground wire to the ground lug.
6
When finished wiring, attach the junction box cover.
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5.9.4
CB-Type Immersible Transducers – 12-Element
Figure 5-24 Wiring 1 CB Type Immersible Transducer
J1
S8000 RF Cable
Assembly
S8XXX − XX
Immersible
Transducers
RF Cable
ID Label
(RED)
(RED)
3
J1
+
2
−
(BLK)
(BLK)
1
(GRN/YEL)
GND (GRN/YEL)
J1
J1
Wiring Diagram
RF+ (RED)
RF− (BLK)
1
2
3
RF Cable from
CB type Immersible
Note:
After installing, test grounds and continuity according to local codes.
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5.9.5
CB-Type Transducers – 24-Element
Figure 5-25 Wiring 2 CB Type Immersible Transducers
J1
S8000 RF Cable
Assembly
S8XXX − XX
Immersible
Transducers
RF Cable
ID Label
(RED)
(RED)
+
+
−
−
(RED)
3
2
(BLK)
(BLK)
(BLK)
1
(GRN/YEL)
GND (GRN/YEL)
J1
J1
J1
Wiring Diagram
RF+ (RED)
RF− (BLK)
1
2
3
RF Cables from
CB type Immersibles (2)
Note:
After installing, test grounds and continuity according to local codes.
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5.9.6
CB-Type Immersible Transducers – 36-Element
Figure 5-26 Wiring 3 CB Type Immersible Transducers
J1
S8000 RF Cable
Assembly
RF Cable
ID Label
S8XXX − XX
(RED)
(RED)
1
2
Immersible
Transducers
(RED)
(RED)
3
+
+
+
−
−
−
(BLK)
(BLK)
J1
1
2
GND (GRN/YEL)
(BLK)
(BLK)
3
(GRN/YEL)
RF− (BLK)
J1
J1
RF+ (RED)
Wiring Diagram
RF Cables From
CB−type Immersible Transducers
To Immersibles
Note:
After installing, test grounds and continuity according to local codes.
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5.9.7
CB-Type Immersible Transducers – 48-Element
Figure 5-27 Wiring 4 CB Type Immersible Transducers
J1
S8000 RF Cable
Assembly
RF Cable
ID Label
S8XXX − XX
(RED)
(RED)
1
2
(RED)
(RED)
Immersible
Transducers
(RED)
3
+
+
+
+
−
−
−
−
(BLK)
J1
J1
1
(BLK)
(BLK)
GND (GRN/YEL)
2
3
(BLK)
(BLK)
(GRN/YEL)
RF− (BLK)
J1
RF+ (RED)
Wiring Diagram
RF Cables From
CB−type Immersible Transducers
To Immersibles
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5.10
Mounting and Wiring SB-Type Immersible Transducers
5.10.1
SB Type Immersible Transducer Models and Dimensions
SB type immersible transducers mount on an inside wall of a custom ultrasonic tank.
Table 8 SB Type Immersibles
Model
Chrome
Bright Annealed
SB610-25-6
101-910-676
101-910-695
SB618-25-12
101-910-678
101-910-693
SB610-40-6
101-910-677
101-910-694
SB618-40-12
101-910-679
101-910-692
Figure 5-28 SB Type Immersible Dimensions
MODEL SB610 − XX − 6
SERIAL XX − XXXX − XX
BRANSON ULTRASONICS
CORPORATION
DANBURY CT. U.S.A.
6"
3"
5"
10"
MODEL SB618− XX −12
SERIAL XX − XXXX − XX
BRANSON ULTRASONICS
CORPORATION
DANBURY CT. U.S.A.
6"
3"
3"
12"
18"
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5.10.2
Mounting an SB Type Immersible Transducer
Figure 5-29 Mounting an SB Type Immersible Transducer
SB−type immersible
transducer
(SB618 shown)
12" on
center
junction box
Tank wall
Step
Action
1
Select a location on the tank all for the immersible transducer.
2
Measure and mark the locations for the mounting hole(s) (Figure
5-28 and Figure 5-29)
3
Secure the immersible transducer to the tank wall (as shown in
Figure 5-29) as follows:
4
a.
Attach the washer and jam nut to the fitting and
tighten.
b.
Route the fitting with the wires through the hole in
the tank and through the hole of the EB/SB
junction box.
c.
Attach the washer and jam nut to the fitting, and
tighten.
Connect the wires to the incoming RF cable or jumper from another
immersible transducer. Follow the wiring instructions below.
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5.10.3
Mounting and Wiring SB Type Immersible Transducers
Figure 5-30 Wiring SB Junction Boxes
RF cable to
ultrasonic
power supply
EB/SB style
junction boxes
SB−Type
immersible
transducers
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5.11
Mounting and Wiring EB-Type Immersible Transducers
5.11.1
EB Immersible Transducer Models and Dimensions
SB type immersible transducers mount on the bottom of a custom ultrasonic tank.
Table 9 EB Type Immersibles
Model
Chrome
Bright Annealed
EB610-25-6
101-910-680
101-910-699
EB618-25-12
101-910-682
101-910-696
EB610-40-6
101-910-681
101-910-698
EB618-40-12
101-910-683
101-910-697
Figure 5-31 EB Type Immersible Transducer Dimensions
HOLE (4)
1/2"
MODEL EB610 − XX − 6
SERIAL XX − XXXX − XX
BRANSON ULTRASONICS
CORPORATION
DANBURY CT. U.S.A.
6"
5"
1"
10"
1/2"
2-5/8"
11"
3/8" MTG
HOLE (4)
1/2"
5"
1"
18"
1/2"
19"
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SERIAL XX − XXXX − XX
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CORPORATION
DANBURY CT. U.S.A.
6"
2-5/8"
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5.11.2
Mounting an EB-Type Immersible Transducer
Figure 5-32 Mounting an EB Type Immersible Transducer
Tank Wall
RF Cable
13/16" Dia.
Hole in tank
Jam Nut and
Washer
#10-32 Weldstuds
Nuts and Washers
EB-type Immersible
Transducer
EB Style
Junction Box
To mount an EB-Type immersible transducer, follow these steps:
Step
Action
1
Select a location on the tank bottom or sidewall for the immersible
transducer.
2
Locate and punch or drill the mounting hole
3
Attach the immersible transducer to the tank bottom or sidewall (as
shown in Figure 5-32) as follows:
4
a.
Attach the washer and jam nut to the fitting and
tighten.
b.
Route the fitting with the wires through the hole in
the back of the EB/SB junction box.
c.
Attach the washer and jam nut to the fitting, and
tighten.
d.
Secure the Immersible to the bottom or wall with
weldstuds, nuts and washers.
Connect the wires to the incoming RF cable or jumper from another
immersible transducer. Follow the wiring instructions.
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5.11.3
EB Type Immersible Transducer Junction Box Wiring
Figure 5-33 EB Immersible Transducer Junction Box Wiring
Tank Wall
RF Cable
Jumper RF
Cable
#10-32 Weldstuds
and Hardware
EB-type Immersible
Transducers
EB Style
Junction Boxes
Step
Action
1
Route the RF cable and immersible transducer wire/cables to the
EB/SB style junction box.
2
Attach the all cables and wires to the EB/SB style junction box.
3
Refer to the appropriate wiring illustration and wiring diagram for a
1,2,3 or 4 immersible transducers.
Caution: Wire all immersible transducers in parallel (red-red;
black-black).
4
Follow the instructions in the section Wiring Procedures, located at
the front of the Immersible Installation Section.
5
Attach the ground wire to the ground lug.
6
When finished wiring, attach the EB/SB style junction box cover.
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5.11.4
Wiring One EB/SB-Type Immersible Transducer
Figure 5-34 Wiring 1 EB/SB Type Immersible Transducer
EB/SB Style
Junction
Box
1
2
EB/SB Style
Junction
Box
3
1
2
3
RF+ (RED)
RF- (BLK)
RF- (BLK)
RF+ (RED)
Immersible
Transducer
Fitting
Ground
(GRN/YEL)
Immersible
Transducer
Fitting
RF Jumper to
SB/EB Box
S8XXX − XX
S8000 RF Cable
To Power Supply
RF Cable
ID Label
ALTERNATE USE
J1
Wiring Diagram
Immersible
Transducers
(RED)
(RED)
3
J1
+
2
−
(BLK)
(BLK)
1
(GRN/YEL)
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5.11.5
Wiring Two Immersible Transducers in Parallel
Figure 5-35 Wiring 2 or More EB/SB Type Immersible Transducers
EB/SB Style
Junction
Box
1
2
EB/SB Style
Junction
Box
3
1
2
3
RF+ (RED)
RF- (BLK)
RF- (BLK)
RF+ (RED)
Immersible
Transducer
Fitting
Ground
(GRN/YEL)
Immersible
Transducer
Fitting
S8000 RF Cable
To Power Supply
S8XXX − XX
RF Cable
ID Label
RF Jumpers to
SB/EB Box
J1
Wiring Diagram
Immersible
Transducers
(RED)
(RED)
(RED)
+
+
−
−
3
2
(BLK)
(BLK)
(BLK)
1
(GRN/YEL)
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J1
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6
Troubleshooting
Overview
This section contains information for troubleshooting the ultrasonic power supply and includes the
following:
Periodic maintenance – steps for maintaining tanks and immersible transducers.
Troubleshooting charts – common problems and possible solutions.
Resistance charts – for isolating defects in the Driver Board.
Parts list – contains part numbers for replaceable components.
•
•
•
•
Warning:
6.1
Ultrasonic Power supplies produce high voltage. Before working on an
ultrasonic power supply, do the following (1) turn off the ultrasonic
power supply and unplug AC voltage; and (2) remove the cover and
allow at least 1 minute for capacitors to discharge.
Periodic Maintenance
Ultrasonic power supplies, ultrasonic tanks, and immersible transducers require periodic
maintenance every 3 months or sooner.
6.1.1
Ultrasonic Power Supplies
Step
Action
1
Unplug the Ultrasonic power supply from the AC voltage source.
2
Remove the cover (Figure A-1).
3
Remove any dirt and dust. (You can use forced dry air, filtered to 5
microns).
4
Replace the cover (Figure A-1).
5
Inspect RF cable and line cord for damage or wear. Replace if
damaged.
6.1.2
Tanks and Immersible Transducers
Step
Action
1
Drain the tank as required by your application.
2
Use a non-abrasive cloth to remove contamination from cleaning
surfaces or an ultrasonic tank or an immersible transducer.
Caution: Take care never to mar or scratch a radiating surface.
Doing so can accelerate cavitation erosion.
3
For a tank with the pump and filter option, inspect the filter
cartridges and replace when necessary.
4
Inspect the RF cable and line cord (heated units only) for damage.
Replace a damaged cable, and damaged line cord, or both.
5
Refill the tank.
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6.2
Trouble-shooting Charts
Problem
Cause
Solution
Over temp LED
on (S8300 and
S8500)
Ambient air temp exceeds 105°F.
Move ultrasonic power supply to cooler
location.
Overload LED on
(S8500 only)
Air flow to the cooling chamber
obstructed.
Remove all obstructions from back of
ultrasonic power supply.
Incompatible load, power, or frequency
connected to ultrasonic power supply.
Check model numbers of tanks or
immersible transducers connected to
ultrasonic power supply. Refer to section
3 of the manual for more information.
Faulty connection between ultrasonic
power supply and load.
Check RF cable and all connecting cables
for open or short circuits.
Faulty component connected to
ultrasonic power supply.
Refer to Section 6.3, troubleshooting the
load.
Low line voltage.
Check that the line voltage is above
190VAC.
A component connected to the ultrasonic
power supply does not have the same
power or frequency rating.
Check model numbers among ultrasonic
power supply and all connected
components. Refer to Section 3 of the
manual.
Faulty component connected to the
ultrasonic power supply.
Troubleshoot/test tank or immersible
transducers, replace if faulty.
RF cable not connected to ultrasonic
power supply.
Connect RF cable to ultrasonic power
supply.
Ext. Lock switch closed through I/O
connector.
Open Ext. Lock switch.
Cannot turn
sweep mode on.
(S8500 only)
Power Modulation mode on.
Turn PWR MOD off.
Cannot turn
Power
modulation on.
(S8500 only)
Sweep mode on.
Turn SWEEP off.
Sys Fault and/or
RESET LED’s
on.
Incompatible load, power, or frequency
connected to ultrasonic power supply.
Check model numbers of tanks or
immersible transducers connected to
ultrasonic power supply. Refer to section
3 of the manual for more information.
Upper Limit or
Lower Limit
LED on. (S8500
only)
Ext. Lock LED
on.
(S8500 only)
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Faulty connection between ultrasonic
power supply and load.
Check RF cable and all connecting cables
for open or short circuits.
Faulty component connected to
ultrasonic power supply.
Refer to troubleshooting the load in this
section.
Low line voltage.
RF cable not connected to ultrasonic
power supply.
Check that the line voltage is above
190VAC.
Connect RF cable to ultrasonic power
supply.
6.3
Trouble-shooting the Load
Troubleshooting the load involves inspecting and testing ultrasonic equipment connected to the
ultrasonic power supply. Instructions follow for testing RF connections and transducers connected
to the ultrasonic power supply.
Warning:
Note:
Transducer (elements) can hold a high voltage charge. Before
troubleshooting or making repairs, discharge voltage by momentarily
shorting pins A and B of the RF connector that plugs into the ultrasonic
power supply.
Take capacitance measurements at room temperature.
Step
Action
1
Turn off AC voltage to ultrasonic power supply.
2
Disconnect RF cable to tank or immersible transducer.
3
Inspect tank and immersible transducers for cracks, discolorations,
or charred spots.
4
Short pin A (red) and pin B (black) of the RF cable connector to
remove any electrical charge.
5
Connect an ohmmeter – set to resistance scale R x 10K – to pins A
and B of the RF connector. If the meter indicates a short circuit,
follow the steps below.
6
Troubleshoot as follows:
7
1.
For ultrasonic tanks: (a) drain tank; (b) remove bottom
cover; and (c) inspect transducers and RF cable for a short
circuit.
2.
For immersible transducers: check fittings and junction
boxes for a short circuit.
3.
If you cannot find a short circuit, test transducers as
follows:
Do a DC Hi Pot test:
1.
Connect DC Hi Pot positive red lead to pin; connect black
negative lead to pin B.
2.
Apply 2500 VDC to the load. If the test indicates leakage
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over 400µA, repair or replace the faulty component. If the
meter does not indicate leakage, check capacitance of
transducers.
8
Warning:
Note:
Shake an immersible to check immersible transducers for
debonding,. One or moreelement has debonded if the transducer
rattles
Transducer (elements) can hold a high voltage charge. Before
troubleshooting or making repairs, discharge voltage by momentarily
shorting pins A and B of the RF connector that plugs into the ultrasonic
power supply.
1. Take capacitance measurements at room temperature.
2. Capacitance values: 25 kHz = 0.0040 uF (±7%); 40 kHz = 0.0044 uF (±7%).
Step
Action
8
Take capacitance measurements as follows:
1.
Determine capacitance values in µF:
• 25 kHz – 0.0040 x # of transducers (±7%)
• 40 kHz – 0.0044 x # if transducers (±7%)
6.4
2.
Use a capacitance meter to test each set of transducers.
3.
If the capacitance meter displays a value varying by more
than 7% replace the set of transducers.
Resistance Charts
6.4.1
Overview
Doing point-to-point resistance checks can help isolate circuit defects which produce a significant
change in resistance readings. The following resistance charts list specific circuit points on the
modules, expected resistance values between these points, and steps to take if expected and actual
resistance measurements do not match.
Warning:
Ultrasonic Power supplies produce high voltage. Before working on an
ultrasonic power supply, do the following: (1) turn off the ultrasonic
power supply and unplug AC voltage; and (2) remove the cover and
allow at least 1 minute for capacitors to discharge.
6.4.2
Using Resistance Charts
To use the resistance charts:
1.
Set your ohmmeter to diode test.
2.
Measure the diode resistance at the circuit test points listed in columns 1 and 2. (Refer to
Figure 6-1, which contain drawings showing the test points.)
3.
Compare resistance values on your ohmmeter with the resistance values listed in Column 3.
4.
If the two values differ, the driver board assembly is bad. Check the assembly part number
before calling for replacements.
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Table 10 Diode Resistances
Diode meter test leads
+
TP-1
TP-2
TP-2
TP-3
TP-3
TP-1
TP-6
TP-7
TP-7
TP-8
TP-8
TP-6
TP-5
TP-4
TP-9
TP-10
TP-10
TP-9
Figure 6-1 Driver Board Test Points
6.5
Reading
OPEN-CIRCUIT
0.35-0.55
0.35-0.55
OPEN-CIRCUIT
0.35-0.55
0.35-0.55
0.7-1.0
OPEN-CIRCUIT
OPEN-CIRCUIT
Cavitation Erosion
Cavitation erosion is a natural consequence of operating ultrasonics. It appears initially as a
dulling of the radiating surface and proceeds to pitting and eventually may penetrate the metal so
that the tank or transducer becomes unusable. The rate of erosion depends upon the ultrasonic
frequency, the temperature of the liquid, the chemistry in the tank, the hardness of the tank, the
power setting of the generator and many other factors.
6.5.1
Repairing Cavitation Erosion Marks
There is no reliable method of repairing cavitation erosion
6.5.2
Minimizing Cavitation Erosion
To reduce cavitation erosion:
•
•
Operate the ultrasonics only when actually cleaning parts.
Set the power level to the minimum setting that will produce clean parts.
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Assemblies
Figure 6-2 Ultrasonic Power Supply Top View
I/O BOARD
(OPTIONAL)
RFI
BOARD
FLOW
E1
E2
E4
E5
DRIVER
BOARD
J11
J14
J9
C
D
J1
A
B
J16
POWER
OSCILLATOR
BOARD
A
B
C
D
J17
J5
J7
J3
6.6
J6
CONTROL
BOARD
Parts List
Table 11 Spare Parts List
Part
Adjustment tool
Part Number
100-106-009
Fuse 16A, 250VAC
Fuse 10A, 120VAC
Fan 230VAC
Fan 115VAC
Membrane Keypad S8500
Membrane Keypad S8300
200-049-116R
000-135-069R
200-126-012
200-126-009
100-242-278
100-242-311
25-40kHz Driver Board
80-170 kHz Driver Board
On/Off Switch DPST
Power Oscillator Board
Control Bd. S8500
Control Bd. S8300
100-242-310
100-242-369
200-099-230
100-242-661
100-242-289
100-242-339
RFI Bd. 230V
RFI BD 120V
100-242-304
CPN-242-224
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Figure 6-3 Interconnection Diagram
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7
7.1
Options
Full Feature Input/Output Board (101-063-561)
The Input/Output (I/O) board kit is an accessory that allows you to operate the S83/S85 power
supply remotely. The I/O board includes two ports on the back panel of the power supply: (a) a 2position switch for selecting remote (I/O) or local (power supply) controls; and (b) a 25-pin Dshell connector that you connect to your controls.
7.1.1
Warning:
Removing the Cover
Ultrasonic Power supplies produce high voltage. Before working on an
ultrasonic power supply, do the following (1) turn off the ultrasonic
power supply and unplug AC voltage; and (2) before removing the cover,
allow at least 1 minute for capacitors to discharge.
Figure 7-1 Removing The Cover
Step
Action
1
Turn the power supply to Off; unplug main AC power.
2
Remove the five retaining screws (Figure A-1).
3
Lift the cover off.
4
Place the cover out of the way.
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7.1.2
Installing the I/O Board
Figures Figure 7-2 and Figure 7-3 contain illustrations showing how to install the I/O board in the
power supply. Study the illustrations, then follow the instructions in the table below.
Figure 7-2 Installing Standoffs
Figure 7-3 Installing I/O Board
Note:
If you are replacing an I/O board from an 8000 Series Generator to an 8500 Series
connection on oscillator board is either Pin J4 or J12.
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Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Action
Remove the cover (Figure 7-1)
Install the plastic stand-offs onto the back side of the I/O board (Figure 7-2).
Place the board into the ultrasonic power supply (Figure 7-3).
Install the lug of the green and yellow ground wire to the brass stud on the Power
Oscillator (P/O) board; and plug the other end of the ground wire to jumper E3 on the
I/O board.
Line up the I/O 25-pin connector and Remote switch with the slots on the back panel.
Also, make sure the standoffs line up with the holes in the left side panel of the
ultrasonic power supply.
Insert the retaining screw through the flat washer, then through the left side panel into
the standoffs in two places. Tighten the screw.
Insert the two hex nuts and washers on the D-shell connector screws (Figure 7-3) and
tighten.
Make the following connections:
Plug the 2-wire harness into J21 (I/O board) and to J20 (P/O board).
Plug the 25-connector ribbon cable into J8 (I/O board) to J7 (P/O board).
Install the cover and retaining screws.
7.1.3
I/O Board Input Signals
Figure 7-4 Connector J2
13
1
25
14
The I/O board is capable for controlling ultrasonic power using either a voltage input (0-10VDC)
or a current input (0-20ma or 4-20ma). This selection is made by the state of pin 25. If pin 25 is
connected to common, current control is selected. If open, voltage control is selected. If current
mode is selected, the state of pin 22 controls which current range is used. If pin 22 is open, the 420ma range is selected. If pin 22 is closed, the 0-20ma range is selected. If voltage mode is
selected, a 0-10VDC signal is applied between pins 8(+) and 7(-). To activate a function, you
connect the corresponding (Figure 7-4) function pin and the common pin.
Table 12 I/O Board Input Functions
Pin No.
Function
Pin No.
Function
1
Reset
13
Common
2
Rate
15
Ultrasonics (U/S) ON/OFF
3
Power Modulation
16
Sweep
4
Interlock
17
Not Used
6
Current Mode Control Input
19
U/S Status
7
Input Common
22
Current Control Select
0-20ma – 4-20ma
8
0-10 VDC power control
25
Current or Voltage Control
Select
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7.1.4
I/O Board Output Functions
The I/O board outputs two status signals through isolated relay contacts.
•
A “FAULT OUTPUT” contact closure occurs between pins 10 and 18 when a
generator fault condition exists.
•
An “U/S output” contact closure occurs between pins 19 and 18 when U/S is
on.
If the current control mode is selected, a current proportional to power is output on pin
24.
If the voltage control mode is selected, a voltage proportional to power is output between
pins 5 and common (7) or (13).
A +10.0VDC reference voltage is output on pin 9 (1ma max load).
A +15VDC supply (10ma max load) is output on pin 14.
Pin No.
Function
Pin No.
Function
5
0-10 VDC power meter
14
+15VDC Supply (10ma max.)
7
Common
18
Relay Output Common
9
+10VDC Reference (1ma max.)
20
Do Not Use
10
Fault Relay N.O. Contact
21
Do Not Use
11
Not Used
23
Not Used
12
Do Not Use
24
Power Level Current Output
Full Feature I/O Board Circuits
I/O Board Analog Functions
The I/O Board also carries four analog signals:
1. Power Adjustment (input) - an external 0-10 VDC source controls the power level of the
ultrasonic power supply.
2. Power Level (voltage) - outputs the power level of the ultrasonic power supply via a 0-10
VDC signal. Figures A-5, A-6, A-7, and A-8 contain circuit diagrams for circuits that handle
the input and output functions of the I/O board.
3. Current Adjustment (input) - an external 4 to 20ma or selectable (0-20ma) current source,
controls the power level of the ultrasonic power supply.
4. Power Level (current output) - outputs the power level of the ultrasonic power supply by a
current output, (either 0-20ma or 4-20ma selectable).
Note:
The I/O board contains a set pot labeled R86 that can be used to control ultrasonic power
when using external control (i.e., PLC). To enable this feature, jumper JP2 pins 1+2. While
the jumper is in place you can no longer control power using J2 Pin 8.
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Figure 7-5 Discrete Input - Sinking Input Type – 6 Points
ANALOG
ISOLATOR
IN
+15V
FILTER
1K
ISOLATED
SUPPLY
COM
INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE OF DEVICE
NON−VOLTAGE CONTACTS
OR NPN OPEN COLLECTOR
ISOLATION
ANALOG ISOLATION
INPUT IMPEDANCE
1K OHM
Figure 7-6 Discrete Outputs – Normally Open Contacts – 2 Points
OUT
COM
OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE OF DEVICE
RELAY CONTACT N.O.
ISOLATION
RELAY ISOLATION
5000VAC ISOLATION
OUTPUT IMPEDANCE
30 mOHMS
CONTACT RATING
24VAC OR VDC
5.0A
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Figure 7-7 Analog Input - 1 Point
CONTROL
IN
+
_
ANALOG
ISOLATOR
100K
AMPL
INTERNAL
SUPPLY
AMPL
ISOLATED
SUPPLY
VOLTS
COM
INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE OF DEVICE
0−10VDC VOLTAGE SOURCE
ISOLATION
ANALOG ISOLATION
INPUT IMPEDANCE
100K OHM − VOLTAGE INPUT
Figure 7-8 Analog Output - 2 Points
OUT
R OUT
ANALOG
ISOLATOR
BUFFER
AMPL
INTERNAL
SUPPLY
AMPL
ISOLATED
SUPPLY
LOAD
COM
OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE OF DEVICE
0−10VDC VOLTAGE SOURCE/
(0−20mA) OR (4−20mA)
CURRENT SOURCE
ISOLATION
ANALOG ISOLATION
OUTPUT IMPEDANCE
100 OHM − VOLTAGE OUTPUT
250 OHM − CURRENT OUTPUT
MAX.OUTPUT SOURCE
5mA − VOLTAGE
20mA − CURRENT
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7.2
OEM-I/O Board – STD-392-317
7.2.1
General
The STD OEM I/O kit enables the ultrasonics to be turned on remotely by means of a
switch, plc or relay. It also allows interfacing with an external interlock to stop the
ultrasonics if an external fault is encountered such as a low liquid level or over
temperature condition in a cleaning tank.
7.2.2
Kit Components
OEM I/O Board (100-242-259)
Ribbon Cable
Two wiring harnesses
Ground Wire
Terminal Block
Hardware
M3 x 25 screw
M3 nut
M3 Internal toothed washer
#6 flat washer
Plastic spacer
M4 nut
M4 flat washer
M2.5 x 8 screw
Qty 2
M2.5 split washer
Qty 2
7.2.3
Warning:
Installation
Be certain power is off and the power supply is unplugged before
beginning the installation. The installation should only be performed by
qualified personnel.
Reference Figure 7-9 for hardware installation and locations.
Remove the power supply’s top cover.
Attach the supplied ground wire to the ¼ inch GND tab located at the corner of the I/O
board.
Attach and lock into place the supplied two wire harnesses to the I/O board’s header J21.
Attach and lock into place the supplied ribbon cable to the I/O boards header J8.
Place the I/O board into the power supply so that the I/O board’s four position header J2
extends through the cutout at the back of the power supply.
Secure the I/O board to the back panel by installing the two M2,5 screws and split
washers through the power supply’s back panel and into the I/O boards metal bracket.
Secure the I/O board to the side panel by installing the supplied M3 x 25 screw, #6 flat
washer, plastic spacer, M3 internal tooth washer and M3 nut.
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Secure the I/O board’s ground wire ring tongue terminal to the power supply’s chassis
M4 stud with the supplied M4 flat washer, M4 split washer and M4 nut in that order.
Attach and lock the I/O board’s ribbon cable to the poer supply’s main board header J7.
Attach and lock the I/O board’s two wire harnesses to the power supply’s main board
header J20.
Place the top cover back on the power supply and secure to the sides with screws.
7.2.4
OEM I/O Operation
The OEM I/O is electrically in parallel with the front panel. Two functions are provided
with the I/O board, Ultrasonics ON-OFF and external lock. The controls are dry contact
type and are activated by switch closure. The I/O board’s terminal block should be
connected with 24 AWG wire or larger.
To activate ultrasonics, connect the terminal block pin 1 to pin 2. To deactivate,
disconnect pin 1 from pin 2.
To activate external lock, connect the terminal block pin 3 to pin 4. To deactivate,
disconnect pin 3 from pin 4. The external fault and reset must be cleared by depressing
the RESET button located at the front of the power supply.
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Figure 7-9 OEM-I/O Board Installation
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7.3
OEM-I/O Board – 101-063-503
7.3.1
General
The 101-063-503 OEM I/O kit enables the ultrasonics to be turned on remotely by means
of a switch, plc or relay. It also provides a signal that indicates that the ultrasonics are
operating.
This option may be used with S8000, S8300 or S8500 power supplies.
7.3.2
Kit Components
OEM I/O Board (100-242-324)
Ribbon Cable
Ground Wire
Terminal Block
Hardware
M3 x 25 screw
M3 nut
M3 Internal toothed washer
#6 flat washer
Plastic spacer
M4 nut
M4 flat washer
M2.5 x 8 screw
Qty 2
M2.5 split washer
Qty 2
7.3.3
Warning:
Installation
Be certain power is off and the power supply is unplugged before
beginning the installation. The installation should only be performed by
qualified personnel.
Reference Figure 7-9 for hardware installation and locations.
Remove the power supply’s top cover.
Attach the supplied ground wire to the ¼ inch GND tab located at the corner of the I/O
board.
Attach and lock into place the supplied two wire harnesses to the I/O board’s header J21.
Attach and lock into place the supplied ribbon cable to the I/O boards header J8.
Place the I/O board into the power supply so that the I/O board’s four position header J2
extends through the cutout at the back of the power supply.
Secure the I/O board to the back panel by installing the two M2,5 screws and split
washers through the power supply’s back panel and into the I/O boards metal bracket.
Secure the I/O board to the side panel by installing the supplied M3 x 25 screw, #6 flat
washer, plastic spacer, M3 internal tooth washer and M3 nut.
Secure the I/O board’s ground wire ring tongue terminal to the power supply’s chassis
M4 stud with the supplied M4 flat washer, M4 split washer and M4 nut in that order.
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Attach and lock the I/O board’s ribbon cable to the power supply’s main board header J7.
Attach and lock the I/O board’s two wire harnesses to the power supply’s main board
header J20.
Place the top cover back on the power supply and secure to the sides with screws.
7.3.4
OEM I/O Operation
The OEM I/O is functionally in parallel with the front panel US switch. Two external
functions are provided with the I/O board, ultrasonics ON/OFF and ultrasonics ON/OFF
status. Both functions are accessed through a 4 position terminal block located on the
end of the I/O board. Ultrasonics can be toggled on or off from a dry switch closure or a
24VAC or 24VDC source, depending on how the I/O board is configured. The factory
setting is for dry switch closure. Ultrasonic ON/OFF status is read from a normally open
output relay contact on terminals 3 and 4 of the terminal block.. Ultrasonic ON/OFF
control is activated from terminals 1 and 2 of the terminal block.
7.3.5
Specifications
Input:
Isolation Type
Optical
Output:
Relay
Voltage Range
12-30 VDC
10-27 VAC
0-30 VDC
0-48 VAC
Maximum Current
N/A
N/A
The OEM I/O board can be configured to activate ultrasonics with an external switch
closure or an external 24 VAC oe 24 VDC voltage source.
123
JP2
123
JP1
BRANSON ULTRASONICS CORP.
OEM I/O PC BD
100-242-324R REV 3
Figure 7-10 OEM I/O Configuration
U/S ACTIVATION PROGRAMMING MODES
1) FOR DRY SWITCH ACTIVATION
SET: JP1 ON PINS 1 AND 2
TERMINAL 4
JP2 ON PINS 1 AND 2
TERMINAL 3
2)
FOR
24VAC
OR 24VDC ACTIVATION
TERMINAL 2
SET: JP1 ON PINS 2 AND 3
TERMINAL 1
JP2 ON PINS 2 AND 3
TERMINALS 4 AND 3: RELAY OUTPUT
TERMINALS 2 AND 1: U/S ACTIVATION
TERMINAL BLOCK
CONNECTIONS J2
JUMPERS
GROUND WIRE CONNECTION
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Input Control Type
Jumper Settings
Terminal Connections
Dry switch closure
(Factory setting)
24VAC source
JP1 on pins 1 and 2
JP2 on pins 1 and 2
JP1 on pins 2 and 3
JP2 on pins 2 and 3
24VDC source
JP1 on pins 2 and 3
JP2 on pins 2 and 3
U/S on: Close switch
across terminals 1 and 2
U/S on: Connect 24VAC
source across terminals 1
and 2
U/S on: Connect +24VDC
to terminal 1, connect
+24VDC common to
terminal 2
Figure 7-11 External Wiring Diagrams
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Figure 7-12 OEM I/O Installation
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7.4
Timer Option
The timer option consists of a mechanical timer that plugs into the OEM-I/O terminal in the back
of the generator. It includes an 8 foot cord so that it may be located in any convenient location
within 8 feet of the generator. It requires no additional power or connections.
To use the timer:
• Turn the generator power switch on the back of the generator to the on position
• Turn the knob to the desired setting
• Release the knob. The generator will turn on and operate for the set number of minutes then
turn off.
Figure 7-13 Timer Option
6.75 REF
60
10
6.00 REF
50
20
40
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Rack Mount Kit
The Rack Mount Kit consists of two brackets, handles and the hardware to mount them. Assemble
the handles to the brackets and mount the brackets onto the generator as shown using the hardware
provided with the kit. The mounting slots on the bracket will fit a standard 19 inch rack.
Caution:
Do not use the rack mount kit to support the generator. Use a shelf or support rails
instead.
Figure 7-14 Rack Mount Kit
BRACKET
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8.1
Assistance
Calling the Local Branson Representative
If you have a problem call the local Branson field sales or service representative, who will know
you, your needs and your applications. He may have a critical replacement part in stock that will
return your machine to operation in the shortest possible time. Before you call, take the following
steps:
1. Have this manual with you.
2. Know how your system has been set up and equipped, including any software versions in
3. your system.
4. Describe the problem.
5. List the steps you have already taken.
6. Have a list of service spares on hand.
7. Enter the name and phone number of your Branson Representative here:
Name:____________________________________________________
Phone____________________________________________________
Calling Branson, Danbury
If the local Branson representative is unavailable, and you do not have the direct dial number for
that individual, call Branson in Danbury at (203) 796-0400 and follow the automated voice system
to the area you need.
You can also call after 5:00 P.M. or before 8:00 A.M. (Eastern Standard Time), or at any time
during weekends and holidays and leave a message in the Corporate Mailbox. This message will
be relayed to the correct department and answered during the next working day.
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8.2
Obtaining Replacement Parts
If you need to purchase replacement parts, coordinate the following with your purchasing
agent:
1.
Purchase Order Number.
2.
Ship to:__________________________________________________________
3.
Bill to:___________________________________________________________
4.
Shipping instructions -- air freight, truck, etc.
5.
Special instructions (for example, “Hold at the airport and call”). Be sure to
give a name and phone number.
6.
Call the Branson Parts Store at (203) 796-0575 or (203) 796-0330, OR If you
know the part number(s), fax your order, including the information listed above,
to (203) 796-0574.
Most parts can be shipped within 24 hours from the time they are ordered.
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8.3
Returning Equipment
When returning any part or equipment to the Branson factory, it must be accompanied by a
Returned Goods Authorization (RGA) number. This number is used to ensure proper handling
and identification of your part or equipment and to expedite its repair and/or return. All returns or
repairs should be sent to the Danbury, CT facility unless otherwise directed by Branson personnel.
All goods must arrive at the Danbury facility with an authorized RGA number clearly marked on
the package, or it will be returned, freight collect. RGA numbers are not required for repairs by
field offices.
To obtain a RGA number for returning parts or equipment you must notify the Industrial Cleaning
Repair Service Department at (877) 330-0405 or Fax (877) 330-0404. Please specify model, P/N,
and reason for return. If you are returning equipment for repair, please call (877) 330-0405 or Fax
(877) 330-0404.
•
Please indicate fully and clearly the billing and shipping address(es).
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For equipment not covered by the warranty, include a purchase order to avoid delay.
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Pack carefully to avoid damage in shipment.
•
Return general repairs by any convenient method. Send priority repairs by Air Freight.
•
Prepay the transportation charges FOB the repair site.
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