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1
2
STEP #1
MC10-PCM
POWER
N E M A 4 X S C R M O TO R C O N T R O L
ON
OFF
MOTORS & DRIVES
Q U I C K
4 5 6
MANUAL
1
SIGNAL
S T A R T
G U I D E
7 8 9
2 3
NOTE: THE TWO SHORTER
SCREWS (#6 - 32 x 2 ½) ON
THE FRONT CASE ARE USED
AT HOLE LOCATIONS 5 & 6.
0
3
4
SPEED
S T E P
ADJUSTABLE SPEED
DC MOTOR CONTROL
IC501
C502
# 3
IC1
ASSURE THAT THE
VOLTAGE SWITCH
SETTINGS ARE CORRECT
(SW501 & SW502)
R9
3
R7
2
C501
IC502
1
SIG MIN.
R8
C4
SIG MAX
P502
P501
C504
REMOVE THE SIX (6)
PHILLIPS SCREWS ON
THE FRONT CASE.
AC LINE VOLTAGE
SWITCH (SW501)
115 or 230 VAC
T501
SW501
R501
230-115
ACCEL
D501
C3
IR COMP
D502
MIN. SPD
R6
R5
1
MAX SPD
3
2
S3 S2 S1
CUSTOMER SUPPLIED
WATERTIGHT CORD
CONNECTORS (2)
DECEL
TQ LIMIT
4
TB501
Q2
MOV501
R1
C503
R502
BOTTOM PLATE
MOV502
1
T501
C1
R3
C2
Q1
R4
R2
3
F502
CUSTOMER SUPPLIED
WATERTIGHT CORD
CONNECTORS (2)
5
DO NOT REMOVE
THE THREE (3) SCREWS SECURING
THE BOTTOM PLATE TO THE HEATSINK
L2 FRM SW L1
A2 TO SW A1
L2 TO SW L1
A2 FRM SW A1
F501
MOV503
A1
A2
L1
TB501
L2-230
4
L2-115
REMOVE THE FIVE (5)
PHILLIPS SCREWS ON
THE BOTTOM PLATE.
2
F2
# 2
F1
S T E P
9 0 - 1 8 0 SW502 INHIBIT
PL501
ARMATURE VOLTAGE
SWITCH (SW502)
90 or 180 VDC
6
5
SO501
SO501
SIGNAL / MANUAL SWITCH
The signal/manual switch on
the case cover is factory-wired
to Pins 1, 2, & 3 on SO501.
C O N N E C T I O N S
S T E P
IC501
C502
# 4
IC1
WIRE THE CONTROL
AS SHOWN THROUGH
THE CONDUIT HOLES
IN THE BOTTOM PLATE.
R9
3
C4
R8
SIG MAX
SIG MIN.
1
IC1
C504
IC502
C501
O P E R A T I O N
R7
2
Manual Operation
PL501
PL502
# 5
REPLACE SIX SCREWS
ON FRONT CASE &
FIVE SCREWS ON
BOTTOM PLATE.
T501
SW501
R501
230-115
DECEL
TQ LIMIT
ACCEL
D501
C3
IR COMP
D502
MIN. SPD
R5
R6
MAX SPD
1
3
2
R7
2
1
SIG MIN.
C4
R8
SIG MAX
P502
P501
SO501
S3 S2 S1
S T E P
R9
3
PL501
4
TB501
Q2
C503
R502
MOV502
MOV501
R1
T501
C1
R3
C2
Q1
R4
R2
DECEL
TQ LIMIT
ACCEL
D501
C3
IR COMP
D502
MIN. SPD
PCM CARD
P501
9 0 - 1 8 0 SW502 INHIBIT
P502
SO501
SO501
Signal Operation
MAX SPD
F502
R6

A2 TO SW A1
L2 TO SW L1
A2 FRM SW A1
R5
1
2
3
4
TB501
F501
MOV503
The field output is for shunt
wound motors only. Do not
make any connections to
F1 and F2 when using a
permanent magnet (PM) motor.
TB501
Q2
R1
A1
A2
L1
F2
F1
C2
+
230 VAC

FIELD
OUTPUT
Q1
1. Set the Signal/Manual Switch to
the SIGNAL position.
2. Apply AC line voltage.
3. Set the POWER switch to the ON
position.
4. Apply minimum current or voltage
signal. Adjust the SIG MIN trimpot
to achieve the desired minimum
motor speed.
5. Apply maximum current or voltage
signal. Adjust the SIG MAX
trimpot to achieve the desired
maximum motor speed.
R4
R2
* Use 1/4 Watt 5% Tolerance
115 VAC
EARTH
GROUND
(GREEN
SCREW)
RSH = 1000 OHM* for 4 - 20 mA
RSH = 250 OHM* for 10 - 50 mA
RSH = NOT USED for 1 - 5 mA
RSH = NOT USED for 0 - 10V signal
T501
C1
R3
RSH
L2-230
FIELD OUTPUT
CONNECTIONS
L2-115

L2 FRM SW L1
1. Set the Signal/Manual Switch to
the MANUAL position.
2. Set the speed adjust dial to “0”
(full CCW).
3. Apply AC line voltage.
4. Set the POWER switch to the ON
position.
5. Slowly advance the speed adjust
dial CW. The motor slowly
accelerates as the dial is turned
CW. Continue until the desired
speed is reached.
6. To coast the motor to a stop, turn
the speed adjust dial to “0” or set
the POWER switch to the OFF
position.
LINE
VOLTAGE
INPUT
(115 or 230 VAC)
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Document Number: 250-0378, Revision 2; Printed in the U.S.A. - July 2006
MOTOR
ARMATURE
TERMINAL 2
+ 0 - 10V
SPEED ADJUST
SIGNAL INPUT
TERMINAL 3
(-) COMMON
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