Manual del controlador

Manual del controlador
125D CONTROL SERIES
LT125D
CONTROLS
Instruction Manual
Variable Speed Control
P.O. Box 10
5000 W. 106th Street
Zionsville, Indiana 46077
Phone (317) 873-5211
Fax (317) 873-1105
www.dartcontrols.com
A-5-3262A
TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARRANTY ............................................................................................................................................................................... 1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................................ 2
CONTROL FEATURES .............................................................................................................................................................. 2
125D SERIES HEATSINK DIMENSIONS .................................................................................................................................. 2
MOUNTING PROCEDURE ........................................................................................................................................................ 3
MODEL SELECTION .................................................................................................................................................................. 3
WIRING PROCEDURE & FUSING ............................................................................................................................................. 3
TERMINAL STRIP WIRING INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................................ 3
123D / 125D HOOK-UP DIAGRAM ........................................................................................................................................... 4
CONTROL START-UP ............................................................................................................................................................... 4
TRIMPOT ADJUSTMENT CHART & PROCEDURE ................................................................................................................. 5
CONTROL MODIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................................................... 6
TWO SPEED OPERATION ................................................................................................................................................... 16
DYNAMIC BRAKING ........................................................................................................................................................... 16
TACH FEEDBACK/FOLLOWER .......................................................................................................................................... 16
INHIBIT FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................................ 16
SPEEDPOT KIT ASSEMBLY ..................................................................................................................................................... 7
OPTION DESCRIPTION ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-10
-1 / -2A OPTIONS .................................................................................................................................................................... 7
-5 / -7 / -11 / -15B / -K OPTIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 8
-29B / -55G OPTIONS ............................................................................................................................................................. 9
-56G OPTION ........................................................................................................................................................................ 10
IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY ........................................................................................................................................................ 10
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................................................... 11
TYPICAL MOTOR CURRENTS ............................................................................................................................................... 11
125D SERIES PARTS PLACEMENT & LIST .......................................................................................................................... 11
125D SERIES SCHEMATIC .................................................................................................................................................... 12
PRODUCT LINE ................................................................................................................................................. BACK COVER
WARRANTY
Dart Controls, Inc. (DCI) warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship. The exclusive remedy for this
warranty is DCI factory replacement of any part or parts of such product which shall within 12 months after delivery to the purchaser
be returned to DCI factory with all transportation charges prepaid and which DCI determines to its satisfaction to be defective. This
warranty shall not extend to defects in assembly by other than DCI or to any article which has been repaired or altered by other
than DCI or to any article which DCI determines has been subjected to improper use. DCI assumes no responsibility for the design
characteristics of any unit or its operation in any circuit or assembly. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied;
all other liabilities or obligations on the part of DCI, including consequential damages, are hereby expressly excluded.
NOTE: Carefully check the control for shipping damage. Report any damage to the carrier immediately. Do not attempt to operate
the drive if visible damage is evident to either the circuit or to the electronic components.
All information contained in this manual is intended to be correct, however information and data in this manual are subject to change
without notice. DCI makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this information or data. Further, DCI is not responsible for any
omissions or errors or consequential damage caused by the user of the product. DCI reserves the right to make manufacturing
changes which may not be included in this manual.
WARNING
Improper installation or operation of this control may cause injury to personnel or control failure. The control must be
installed in accordance with local, state, and national safety codes. Make certain that the power supply is disconnected
before attempting to service or remove any components!!! If the power disconnect point is out of sight, lock it in
disconnected position and tag to prevent unexpected application of power. Only a qualified electrician or service
personnel should perform any electrical troubleshooting or maintenance. At no time should circuit continuity be checked
by shorting terminals with a screwdriver or other metal device.
1
INTRODUCTION
•
The 123D variable speed control is available in a range of 150mA through 5.5 ADC (or up to 10 ADC if using a suitable
external heatsink) at 24 through 36 VAC input.
•
The 125D variable speed control is available in a range of 150mA through 1/4 H.P. at 120/240 VAC input.
•
The 125DV variable speed control is available in a range of 1/8 through 1 H.P. at 120/240 VAC input. With -HS(125D)
or suitable external heatsink (where 125D extrusion temperature does not exceed 70° C.), maximum U.L./C.S.A.
rating can be increased to 2 H.P. and 10 Amps DC.
•
The control is designed for DC Permanent Magnet, Shunt Wound, and some Universal (AC/DC) motors in the above
horsepower ranges.
•
Incoming AC voltage is converted to adjustable full wave rectified DC voltage to operate the DC motor. Also, a full
wave field voltage is provided for shunt wound motors (see page 11 for voltages).
•
The control incorporates transient voltage protection with adjustable current limit which fits into a compact package. It features adjustable minimum and maximum speeds along with adjustable IR compensation and an inhibit
function.
•
Options are available to change ACCEL/DECEL time (see page 8, -15 / -K options).
•
U.L. Recognized under Standard 508, U.L. File # E78180.
CONTROL FEATURES
MINIMUM SPEED - Allows adjustment of the motor speed when the speedpot is set at minimum (CCW). This permits the user
to eliminate "Deadband" on the main speed control, permitting zero calibration. Clockwise rotation of "MIN" trimpot increases
speed.
MAX SPEED (Maximum Speed) - Allows adjustment of the motor speed when the speedpot is set at maximum (CW). This permits
the user to eliminate the top end "Deadband", which will provide full speed at maximum rotation. Rotation of the "MAX" trimpot
in the clockwise direction increases the maximum motor speed.
I.R. COMP (Speed Regulation) - This allows for adjustment of the circuitry that controls the speed regulation of the motor. The
circuitry controls armature speed by changing the armature voltage to compensate for increased or decreased motor loading.
Clockwise rotation of the "IR COMP" trimpot will increase compensation.
CUR. LIM. (Current Limit) - Provides protection from excessive armature current by limiting the maximum armature current the
control can provide. This enables adjustment of the maximum torque the motor can deliver. Torque adjustment (Cur. Lim.) is preset
at 125% of rated motor torque (current) based on horsepower. Clockwise rotation of the "CUR. LIM." trimpot increases the torque
(current) the control will provide.
INHIBIT TERMINAL PIN - Allows the user a choice of stopping and starting hard (fast) or stopping hard with a soft start through
an adjustable acceleration ramp, without breaking the AC lines (see page 6).
TERMINAL STRIP - Allows for connection of AC lines, motor leads, motor field (if needed), and speed potentiometer
125D SERIES HEATSINK DIMENSIONS
STANDARD HEATSINK
AUXILIARY HEATSINK -HS(125D)
4.250"
.6875
P1
P2
ADDER BOARD
CONNECTOR
MIN
.188" DIA.
(6 SLOTS)
-8
-7
-6
MAX
-5
5.625
-4
IR COMP
11/32"
SLOT
DEPTH
.218
.694"
P3
INHIBIT
PIN
1.750"
3.625"
-3
-2
-1
CUR LIM
.6875
5.625
1.300"
6.250
.380"
.249"
1.375
2
3.750"
MOUNTING PROCEDURE
1. Six 3/16" wide slots are provided for control mounting.
2. Control chassis can be used as a template.
3. Use standard hardware to mount.
CAUTION:
DO NOT MOUNT WHERE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE IS OUTSIDE THE RANGE OF -10o C (15o F) TO 45o C (115o F)
MODEL SELECTION
HORSEPOWER
INPUT
VOLTAGE
OUTPUT
VOLTAGE
OUTPUT*
AMPS DC
MODEL
NUMBER
150mA thru 5.5 A
24 to 36 VAC
0-20 / 0-30 VDC
5.5A
123D-C
1/50 thru 1/8
120/240 VAC
0-90 / 0-180 VDC
1.2A
125D-12C
1/8 thru 1
120/240 VAC
0-90 / 0-180 VDC
5.5A
125DV-C
NOTE: * With -HS(125D) or suitable external heatsink (where 125D extrusion temperature does not exceed 70° C.), maximum U.L.
and C.S.A. rating for Output Amps can be increased to 10 Amps D.C.
WIRING PROCEDURE & FUSING
1. Size all wires which carry armature or line currents AS SPECIFIED BY NATIONAL, STATE, AND/OR LOCAL CODES. All other
wires may be # 18 AWG or smaller as permitted by local code.
2. Separate control wires from the armature and AC lines when routed in conduit or in wire trays.
3. Fusing - The motor and control are protected against overloads by the current limit circuit and a customer installed fuse in the
AC line. THIS PROTECTION ALREADY MAY BE PROVIDED BY THE CUSTOMER WITH CIRCUIT BREAKERS OR FUSES
IN BOTH MAIN LINES. IF NOT:
FOR 120 VAC INPUT - fuse protection should be added by the customer in AC Line 1 (see following chart)
FOR 240 VAC INPUT - fuse protection should be added by the customer in AC Line 1 and Line 2 (see following chart)
FUSING ADDED BY CUSTOMER (Bussman ABC or Little Fuse 314 Series ceramic fuses)
HORSEPOWER
120 VAC INPUT
1/50
1/20
1/8
1/4
1/3
1/2
3/4
1.0
1.5
2.0
2 AMP
2 AMP
3 AMP
4 AMP
6 AMP
8 AMP
12 AMP
15 AMP
-------------------
240 VAC INPUT
--------1 AMP
2 AMP
3 AMP
3 AMP
4 AMP
6 AMP
8 AMP
12 AMP
15 AMP
NOTE: To determine fusing for the 123D-C Series control (24 to 36 VAC input), use 200% of Full Load Current.
TERMINAL STRIP WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
The 125D Series uses an 8 position terminal strip for ease of connection.
P1-1,2
(AC or L) 120 VAC - Connect incoming hot AC or L (black wire) to P1-1 and neutral AC or N (white wire)
(AC or N)
to P1-2. Connect ground (green wire) to CHASSIS of control.
240 VAC - Connect both hot sides (L & N), one to P1-1 and one to P1-2. Connect ground wire
to CHASSIS of control.
P1-3
P1-4
(+Arm) Connect to PLUS (+) Armature wire on motor. 0-90 VDC for 120 VAC input or 0-180 VDC for 240
VAC input. See “SPECIFICATIONS” for output rating.
(-Arm/-Field) Connects to MINUS (-) Armature wire on motor and, if necessary, connect MINUS (-) Field wire
of SHUNT WOUND MOTOR.
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(continued of following page)
(continued)
P1-5
(+Field) DO NOT use for Permanent Magnet Motor. This supplies +Field voltage for a SHUNT WOUND
MOTOR (refer to field voltage table). For motors with dual voltage field (ie. 50/100V or 100/
200V), make sure highest value is connected.
FIELD VOLTAGE TABLE
VAC INPUT
24
36
120
240
VDC FIELD
20
30
100
200
P1-6
(Speedpot Hi) Connects to high side (white wire) of Speedpot (CW end). This is internal +12 volts. For startstop applications, the connection between this terminal and Speedpot HI can be opened and
closed by a SPST switch. INPUT MUST NOT BE GROUNDED!
P1-7
(Speedpot Wiper) Connects to wiper (red wire) of Speedpot (center lead). For Voltage Follower applications, this
INPUT MUST NOT BE GREATER THAN +12V MAXIMUM AND MUST NOT BE GROUNDED!
P1-8
(Speedpot Lo) Connects to Low side (orange wire) of 5K Speedpot (CCW end). This input is raised and lowered by the MIN. trimpot (5K). Electronic speed input (voltage follower) may be referenced to
Speedpot LO if the MIN trimpot adjustments are to be active. Otherwise, inputs may be referenced to -ARM, which will bypass the MIN trimpot. INPUT MUST NOT BE GROUNDED!
Warning:
1. Be sure the control housing is properly grounded.
2. Armature connections must not be switched or broken while the control is on. Serious control damage may result.
3. For non-speedpot applications, the input connection to the LO, WIPER, and HI terminals must not be grounded!
Serious control damage may result from a grounded input.
123D/125D HOOK-UP DIAGRAM
Warning:
Do not attempt to perform Hi-pot test across AC lines with control in circuit.
This will result in immediate or long term damage to the control.
P1
P2
ADDER BOARD
CONNECTOR
MIN
-8 SPEEDPOT LO (orange lead)
-7 SPEEDPOT WIPER (red lead)
-6 SPEEDPOT HI (white lead)
MAX
-5 + FIELD
-4 -ARMATURE / - FIELD
IR COMP
P3
INHIBIT
PIN
-3 + ARMATURE
-2 VAC INPUT (N)
-1 VAC INPUT (L)
CUR LIM
CONTROL START-UP
WARNING: ALL POWER MUST BE TURNED OFF BEFORE PROCEEDING!
1. Recheck all wiring. Accidental grounds, loose or pinched wires on armature or speedpot wires may damage the control when
power is applied.
2. Check to see that incoming service is of correct voltage.
3. Turn speedpot to zero (fully CCW).
4. Turn power on, and advance speedpot while observing motor. Power must be off before step 5 can be accomplished!
5. If motor rotation is incorrect, turn power off at external disconnect and reverse +ARM and -ARM connections.
6. Check for satisfactory operation throughout the speed range.
7. If operation is satisfactory, no readjustments are needed.
8. If instability or surging is observed, or if maximum speed is higher than desired, see "TRIMPOT ADJUSTMENT CHART " on
page 5.
9. For other problems, consult page 10, “IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY”.
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TRIMPOT ADJUSTMENT CHART & PROCEDURE
Settings apply when using a 5K ohm master speedpot. This chart is used
in conjunction with the adjustment procedure and is approximate.
C.L.
HP
HP
1/50
1/20
1/20
1/8
1/8
1/4
1/8
1/4
1/4
1/3
125DV-C
1/3
1/2
120 VAC input;
0-90 VDC output
1/2
3/4*
3/4*
1.0*
1.0*
1.5*
Operation of the control beyond ±10% of the normal line voltage could result
in re-adjustment. These adjustments are permanent; periodic re-adjustment
is normally not needed.
2.0*
125D-12C
120 VAC input;
0-90 VDC output
I.R.
MAX
MIN
Settings apply when using a 5K ohm master speedpot. This chart is used
in conjunction with the adjustment procedure and is approximate.
C.L.
I.R.
MAX
MIN
125D-12C
240 VAC input;
0-180 VDC output
125DV-C
240 VAC input;
0-180 VDC output
* NOTE: ADDITIONAL CUSTOMER HEATSINK REQUIRED FOR 125DV-C (120 VAC INPUT - GREATER THAN 1/2 H.P. MOTORS) AND (240 VAC INPUT - GREATER THAN 1 H.P.
MOTORS). 125 EXTRUSION TEMPERATURES SHOULD NOT EXCEED 70 DEGREES C.
NOTE: FOR DETERMINING TRIMPOT SETTINGS FOR THE 123D-C SERIES, SEE TRIMPOT SETTINGS PROCEDURE BELOW.
TRIMPOT
FUNCTION
ADJUSTMENT
MIN.
Sets minimum motor speed when speedpot
is set at zero. CW rotation will increase minimum motor speed.
1. Set Speedpot to zero (fully CCW).
2. Rotate MIN trimpot CW until motor starts to rotate.
3. Slowly rotate MIN trimpot CCW until motor stops.
NOTE: If motor rotation is desired, rotate MIN trimpot CW
until desired MIN speed is reached.
IR COMP
Provides a means of improving motor speed
regulation in the armature feedback mode. If
a slowdown due to load change is of no concern, rotate this trimpot fully CCW.
1.
2.
3.
4.
MAX.
Sets maximum motor speed when speedpot
is set at maximum (fully CW rotation). CW
rotation of MAX trimpot increases maximum
motor speed.
1. TURN DRIVE POWER OFF!!
2. Connect a DC Voltmeter: + to +ARM, - to -ARM.
NOTE: Meter must not be grounded!!
3. Set meter voltage range: (90 VDC for 120 VAC, 180 VDC
for 240 VAC).
4. Turn power on. Set Speedpot at 100%.
5. Adjust MAX trimpot to rated motor armature voltage as
shown on meter. NOTE: A tachometer or strobe may be
used in lieu of a meter. Follow above steps, except adjust
MAX trimpot to rated motor base speed indicated by tachometer or strobe.
CUR.LIM.
Limits DC motor armature current (torque) to
prevent damage to the motor or control. The
current limit is set for the rated motor current.
CW rotation of this trimpot increases the
armature current (or torque produced).
1. TURN DRIVE POWER OFF!
2. Connect a DC Ammeter between A1 on motor and +ARM
on control. This is in series with the motor.
3. Turn power on.
4. Set Speedpot at the 50% position.
5. Apply friction braking to motor shaft until motor stalls.
6. With motor stalled, set current at 125% of rated motor armature current by adjusting CUR. LIM . trimpot.
5
Set Speedpot at 50%.
Observe motor speed at no load condition.
Apply full load to motor.
Turn IR COMP trimpot CW to obtain the same motor
speed as with no load.
CONTROL MODIFICATIONS
TWO SPEED OPERATION
DYNAMIC BRAKING
Two pot operation is done using two 10K
ohm speed potentiometers in parallel (both
HI's to P1-6, both LO's to P1-8). The
WIPER is switched using a SPDT switch.
A DPDT switch is used to inhibit the control and to connect the
DBR. Typical values for the DBR (dynamic brake resistor) are 5
ohms for 120V, 10 ohms for 240V (both 35W to 50W). Note that
motor horsepower, inertia, and cycle time effect sizing of the DBR.
NOTE: This modification cannot be used with any of the -15 options.
P3
INHIBIT
TWO 10K SPEEDPOTS
P1
LO
W
-8
-7
LO
LO
Switch or relay must
be rated to 3 times
the Full Load Amps.
-8
W
HI
P1
HI
DPDT SWITCH (N.C.)
-7
W
SPDT
-6
HI
-6
-5
MOTOR
-4
DYNAMIC
BRAKE
RESISTOR
-3
TACHOMETER FEEDBACK
Improves speed regulation to ±1/2% of base speed.
P3 INHIBIT
+
TACHOMETER
TACHOMETER FOLLOWER
Allows control output to follow tachometer voltage.
P1-7 POT WIPER
+
6 VDC at BASE SPEED (3 VDC at
1000 RPM for 1800 RPM MOTOR)
-
TACHOMETER
12 VDC at FULL SPEED
P1-4 -ARM
P1-8 POT LO
NOTE: NEED 1% OR LESS - TACH OUTPUT RIPPLE
INHIBIT (USED INDEPENDENTLY)
The customer supplied SPST switch is
connected in series between the speedpot HI
(P1-6) and the Inhibit pin (P3). To inhibit (stop
motor), speedpot HI is closed to the Inhibit pin.
To restart, the switch is returned to open. NOTE:
The control will stop and start fast.
SPEEDPOT
LO
P1
-8
WIPER
-7
HI
-6
INHIBIT (USED WITH SPEEDPOT)
The Common of the SPDT switch is connected to
control pot HI and is switched between Speedpot
Hi and the Inhibit pin (P3). To inhibit (stop motor),
speedpot HI is closed to the Inhibit pin. To restart,
the switch is returned to Speedpot Hi. NOTE: The
control will stop fast and soft start through a fixed
acceleration range.
INHIBIT
(P3)
SPEEDPOT
P1
SPST
-8
LO
-7
WIPER
-6
HI
INHIBIT
(P3)
SPDT
NOTE: Permits starting and stopping of motor without breaking AC lines. In the event of SCR failure or false
triggering, the Inhibit circuit will not stop motor.
Always use a shielded wire when connecting to the inhibit terminal. The shield should be connected to
-Armature or Common of the control.
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SPEEDPOT KIT ASSEMBLY
CUSTOMER'S
MOUNTING BRACKET
DIALPLATE
2.00" dia.
1.240
.500
.370
SPEEDPOT
KNOB
.370
HEX NUT
1.250
.250 Dia.
LOCK
WASHER
SPEEDPOT
(5K 2W)
.437
5/32
DIA.
3/8
DIA.
SPEEDPOT LOCATOR HOLE DIMENSIONS
OPTION DESCRIPTIONS
-1 option
Field or Factory Installed
Available All Models
Electronic Speedpot Interlock
The -1 adder board connects to the 125 series board through use of a female connector and plastic standoff support.
When incoming AC power to the control is applied, the Electronic Interlock will prevent the motor from starting until the speedpot
is first rotated to the zero position and then rotated clockwise toward the set speed.
Also, should the incoming AC power be interrupted for any reason, then restored, the Electronic Interlock will prevent an automatic
restart of the motor. To restart, the speedpot must first be rotated to the zero position and then rotated clockwise toward the set
speed.
CAUTION: The Electronic Interlock becomes inoperative if SCR failure should occur.
-2A option
Individually Adjustable Linear Accel and Decel
This option plugs into the five position expansion connector
on the 125D main board. The -2A option overrides the fixed
accel ramp built into the 125D control, providing independently adjustable linear accel and decel from 0.5 to 8.0
seconds. To install, flip over the -2A option board so the
printed circuit lines are visible. Align the male connector CN1
(-2A option) with the female connector P2 (125D board) so
terminal CN1-1 fits into P2-6, CN1-2 in P2-5, etc. Align the
plastic stand-off on the -2A option board with the hole shown
on the 125D main board. Once connectors and stand-off are
aligned, snap into place. Adjustment of both trimpots is
accomplished via the labeled access holes on the back side
of the -2A option board. Full CCW rotation equals minimum
accel or decel time and full CW rotation equals maximum
accel or decel time. Note: Each trimpot operates independently of the other.
7
Field or Factory Installed
Available All Models
-5 option
Field or Factory Installed
Available All Models
Signal Follower (Current)
4 to 20 mA ......... -5
250/500
P16 -2 -1
CURRENT
SOURCE
+ -
DO NOT USE TRIMPOT CHART TO
ADJUST MIN AND MAX TRIMPOTS
ON MAIN BOARD, USE TRIMPOT
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
on page 5 (below chart).
LINEARITY
ADJUSTMENT
(pre-set & sealed
at factory)
125
P1 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5
(125D TERMINAL STRIP)
The input can be either grounded or ungrounded. The board sets on spacers screwed to terminals P1-6, -7, -8 on the main board
using longer screws and spacers. The current source connects to the two position terminal strip on the -5 adder board.This option
replaces the speedpot. The trimpot on the -5 board is set at the factory for proper linearity and sealed. - DO NOT ADJUST!! Input impedance equals 500 ohms or less.
-7 option
Signal Follower with
Auto / Manual Switch
Field or Factory Installed
Customer Wired
DO NOT USE TRIMPOT CHART TO ADJUST MIN AND MAX TRIMPOTS ON MAIN BOARD, USE TRIMPOT ADJUSTMENT
PROCEDURE on page 5 (below chart).
This option includes the appropriate -5 option board (with pigtails). With the -7 option, control of the speed is switched by a SPDT
Switch between the speedpot (Manual) and the -5 board (Automatic).
CONNECT the current source to the + and - terminals on the adder board. The BALANCE ADJUSTMENT is used to adjust the
maximum speed in the Manual Mode. It is adjusted so the maximum speed in Manual equals the maximum speed in Automatic.
The MAX TRIMPOT is used to set maximum speed in the Automatic Mode. Input impedance equals 500 ohms or less.
WHITE
LINEARITY ADJUSTMENT
(pre-set & sealed at factory)
CURRENT
SOURCE
SUPPLIED
ORANGE
4 to 20 mA ... -7
RED
250/500
-2 -1
P16
SPEEDPOT
MANUAL
SPDT
SWITCH
+
BALANCE ADJUSTMENT
RED
AUTO
Permits the control to follow a 4mA to 20mA
grounded or ungrounded current signal
125
P1 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5
(125D TERMINAL STRIP)
from P1-7 of 125D
-11 option
Field Installed
Available All Models
10 Turn Master SpeedPot
Provides finer control of speed. Use standard Hook-up directions and Trimpot Chart (page 5).
-15B / -K options
Acceleration Time Ranges
Factory Installed
This option provides the Accel times shown below. The standard Accel time is 0.5 seconds.
ACCELERATION TIME
-15B OPTION
-K OPTION
4 seconds
6 seconds
USE STANDARD HOOK-UP
8
-29B option
Manual Forward-Off-Reverse Switch
Field Installed Only
Permits reversing of motor. This is accomplished using a 4PDT blocked center switch. When switched between the forward/reverse
positions, a delay is encountered due to the blocked center position, which protects the control from any voltage that may be at
the ARM terminals. The center position is OFF/NEUTRAL.
THE MOTOR MUST COME TO A COMPLETE STOP BEFORE CHANGING DIRECTIONS. IF THE MOTOR DOES NOT COME
TO A COMPLETE STOP, SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE CONTROL MAY RESULT. BYPASS OF THE SWITCH CENTER BLOCK
MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE CONTROL.
-8
ARM 2
P1-4
P1-3
P1-2
P1-1
-7
-6
-5
-4
ARM 1
4PDT SWITCH
-3
-2
AC
-1
P1
AC
ARM 1
ARM 2
AC
AC
-55G option
Isolated Voltage Input
Factory or Field Installed
This option permits either a grounded or non-grounded remote DC voltage speed command. This DC input can range
from 0-5VDC through 0-25VDC or 0-25VDC through 0-250VDC
(which can be selected via the range jumper clip and adjusted
with the GAIN trimpot). The output of this option board supplies
a linear pulse width modulated signal to the control that is
proprotional to the input signal supplied to the option board.
The option replaces the 5K speedpot. Input impedance is 1.2M
ohms on high scale, and 150K ohms on low scale.
RANGE
JUMPER
CONNECTOR
SIGNAL
GROUND
-1
-2
-3
-1 -2 -3 P3
P4
-5
GAIN
TRIMPOT
NOTE: Range jumper connector is used to select input
voltage range. When installed from P4-1 to P4-2, the range
is 0-25VDC through 0-250VDC; when installed from P4-2 to
P4-3, range is 0-5VDC through 0-25VDC.
-55G OPTION BOARD
-4
- ARM
P2 -3
+ ARM
-2
AC INPUT
-1
CUSTOMER WIRING
NOTE: This option cannot be used on the 123D-C series control.
AC INPUT
P1
(FOR SHUNT WOUND MOTOR, SEE PAGE 4 OF MANUAL FOR FIELD CONNECTIONS).
CAUTION: DO NOT use TRIMPOT ADJUSTMENT CHART. Set pots using directions in following SET-UP PROCEDURES.
SETUP PROCEDURE FOR -55G AND -56G OPTIONS
1. With NO power to control, connect a DC Voltmeter (meter must not be grounded) to control outputs as follows: Meter COMMON
to the -ARM terminal, Meter POSITIVE to the +ARM terminal. Select correct meter range (0-90V or 0-180V).
2. Preset GAIN trimpot on option board fully CCW, place range jumper clip in proper position.
3. Preset control as follows: MIN, MAX & IR fully CCW, and Current Limit fully CW.
4. Apply AC power of correct voltage to control and option board.
5. With 0 volts into option board, adjust MIN trimpot of control to eliminate deadband. To do this, increase MIN fully CW, then adjust
CCW until meter reads 0 volts.
6. Apply maximum input voltage to option board input. Motor will start to rotate.
7. Adjust GAIN until no further change in control output voltage occurs, back off approximately 1 turn, then set control MAX. setting
to 90 VDC (180VDC for 240V units).
8. Current Limit is set as shown on "TRIMPOT ADJUSTMENT CHART" on page 5.
9. For Closed Looped systems the IR should remain fully CCW. For Open Looped systems, set IR as needed
9
-56G option
Isolated Voltage Input with Auto / Manual Switch
Factory or Field Installed
NOTE: This option cannot be used on the 123D-C series control.
This option permits either a
grounded or non-grounded
remote DC voltage speed
command. This DC input can
range from 0-5VDC through
0-25VDC or 0-25VDC through
0-250VDC (which can be selected via the range jumper
clip and adjusted with the GAIN
trimpot). The output of this
option board supplies a linear pulse width modulated
signal to the control that is
proprotional to the input signal supplied to the option
board. The option replaces
the 5K speedpot. Input impedance is 1.2M ohms on high
scale, and 150K ohms on low
scale.
RANGE
JUMPER
CONNECTOR
SIGNAL
COMMON
-1
-2
-3
-1 -2 -3
CONNECTS
UNDER WIPER
SCREW P1-7
1/2 OF DPDT
SWITCH
P3
orange
P4
2
-5
GAIN
TRIMPOT
-2
AC INPUT
AUTO
yellow
1
-1
AC INPUT
white
P2
-56G OPTION BOARD
-4
- ARM
-3
+ ARM
MANUAL
3
red
P1
NOTE:
Range jumper connector is used to select
input voltage range. When installed from P4-1
to P4-2, the range is 0-25VDC through
0-250VDC; when installed from P4-2 to P4-3,
(FOR SHUNT WOUND MO- r a n g e i s 0 - 5 V D C t h r o u g h 0 - 2 5 V D C .
TOR, SEE PAGE 4 OF
MANUAL FOR FIELD CONNECTIONS).
AUTO
SPEED
SIGNAL
1
6 - NO CONNECTION
2
5 - NO CONNECTION
3
4 - NO CONNECTION
DPDT CENTER-OFF SWITCH
TERMINAL DESIGNATION
(BACKSIDE VIEW)
= CUSTOMER WIRING
= FACTORY WIRING
CAUTION: DO NOT use TRIMPOT ADJUSTMENT CHART. Set pots using directions in following SET-UP PROCEDURES.
IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
CORRECTIVE ACTION(S)
Motor doesn’t operate
- Blown Fuse
- Incorrect or no power source
- Speedpot set at Zero
- Worn motor brushes
Replace Fuse
Install proper service
Adjust Speedpot CW to start
Replace brushes
Armature output voltage
cannot be adjusted, output
is a constant DC level
- No motor or load connected
- Speedpot low connection open
Check that motor or load is connected
to armature terminals
Check that speedpot low wire is connected
Motor stalls, or runs
very slowly with speed
control turned fully CW
- Low Voltage
- Overload Condition
- Worn motor brushes
- MAX SPEED set incorrectly
Check-should be above 100V or 208 V
Reduce load
Replace brushes
See ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Motor hunts
- Motor current less than 150mA
- Too much IR COMP
- Motor is in current limit
- Motor speed is above rated speed
- Max set too high
Motor current must be greater than 150mA D.C.
See ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
See ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Reduce Speed
See ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Repeated fuse blowing
- Low Voltage
- Overload Condition
- Worn motor brushes
- Defective motor bearings
- Defective electrical components
Check-should be above 100V or 208V
Reduce load
Replace
Replace
Call Dart Distributor or Representative
If control still will not operate, consult your Dart Distributor or Representative.
10
SPECIFICATIONS
AC input voltage ................................................................................................................................... ±10% of rated line voltage
Acceleration .................................................................................................................................... 0.5 seconds (standard 125D)
Amps - DC output ......................................................................................................................................... 150 mA to 5.5 ADC*
Controller overload capacity ......................................................................................................................... 200% for one minute
Current limit trimpot range ....................................................................... 0.3 to 2.5 ADC (125D); 1 to 15 ADC (123D & 125DV)
Deceleration .................................................................................................................................... 0.5 seconds (standard 125D)
Dimensions and weights:
WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WEIGHT
ENGLISH 3.625"
4.250"
1.300"
8.00 oz.
METRIC
92mm
108mm
33mm 228 gms.
Drive service factor ................................................................................................................................................................... 1.0
Efficiency ..................................................................................................................................................................... 85% typical
Input frequency ....................................................................................................................................................... 50 or 60 Hertz
Max. trimpot speed range ................................................................................................................ 60% to 110% of base speed
Min. trimpot speed range .............................................................................................................. 0% to 30% of maximum speed
Power devices .................................................................................................................................................... isolated case tab
Shunt field voltage ......................................................................................... 20VDC for 24VAC input; 30VDC for 36VAC input;
Shunt field voltage ...................................................... 100VDC for 120VAC input; 200VDC for 240VAC input; 1 amp maximum
Speed control .................................................................................. via 5Kohms 2W potentiometer or 0-10VDC isolated signal
Speed range ........................................................................................................................................................................... 50:1
Speed regulation ........................................................................................................................................... ±1% of base speed
Temperature range ............................................................................................................ -10o to 45o C. ambient (15o to 115o F.)
Transient protection ......................................................................................................................................................... G-Mov**
Trigger ...................................................................................................................................................................... opto-coupler
Type ramp of accel/decel .................................................................................................................................. RC time constant
* With -HS(125D) or suitable external heatsink (where 125D extrusion temperature does not exceed 70° C.), maximum U.L.
rating for output amps can be increased to 10 amps D.C.
** not used on the 123D-C series control
TYPICAL MOTOR CURRENTS
Horsepower
Typical AC Amps (120VAC)
Typical Arm Amps (120VAC)
Typical AC Amps (240VAC)
Typical Arm Amps (240VAC)
1/50
0.50
0.42
---------
1/20
1.00
0.81
0.80
0.40
1/8
2.00
1.60
1.20
0.60
1/4
3.50
2.70
1.80
1.40
3/4
9.30
8.20
4.80
3.70
1/2
6.50
5.00
3.30
2.50
1/3
4.40
3.40
2.20
1.70
1.5
--------9.70
8.20
1.0
13.20
10.90
6.50
5.00
2.0
--------12.90
11.60
125D SERIES PARTS PLACEMENT & LIST
RESISTORS
ACTIVE DEVICES
R19
R21
R6
R17
R14
R20
C10
R16
D10
R10
R28
R7
D7
U5
R11
2 3 4 5 6
C7
R26
C1
C5
U2
Q1
R25
Replace N.P. cap with
polarized cap (see above)
-15A ... C8 ... 33uf 16V
-15B ... C8 ... 15uf 25V
-15C ... C8 ... 4.7uf 16V
- K ...... C8 ... 22uf 16V
R27
125D-12C (1/50 thru 1/8 H.P.)
CHANGES:
D3
C4
D2
D5
R24
-2
D4
C3
D6
R8
R1
-3
-4
-5
-6
R3
-7
.01µF 100V
10µF 35V
.01µF 100V
.033µF 400V
.22µF 1KV
.001µF 1KV
.1µF 50V
1µF 50V N.P.
.0047µF 1KV
.1µF 50V
47µF 16V
DIODES
R4
D1
JU2
-1
R5
C9
Q6
Q3
C2
R2
JU1
D9
P2
C8
+
D8
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
R9
R12
2N6027
3052 MOC
S4015L
S4015L
LM358 IC
275V G-MOV
CAPACITORS
R15
C6
R22
R23
Q1
U2
Q3
Q4
U5
Q6
C11
R13
P3
Q4
ACCEL CHANGES
R24 ............... .062W 5W
R18
+
15K 6W
470W
2.7K
2.7K
82K
5K (MIN TRIM)
300K
180K
1.2M
39K
100K
10K
2.2K
820W
4.7K
470K
1K
100W (I.R. TRIM)
5K (C.L. TRIM)
300K
10K (MAX TRIM)
1K
300K
.01W 5W
91K
1K
390W
390W
5K SPEEDPOT *
+
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R10
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
R20
R21
R22
R23
R24
R25
R26
R27
R28
R29
-8
P1
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
1N4005
1N4005
1N914B
1N5242B
1N4005
1N5233B
1N914B
D4015L
D4015L
D4015L
123D-C CHANGES:
MISCELLANEOUS
JU1
JU2
PCB
P1 (-1 THRU -8)
P2 (-2 THRU -6)
P3
18GA. SOLID INSULATED WIRE
18GA. SOLID INSULATED WIRE
A-4-2033F PRINTED CIRCUIT
8 POS. TERMINAL STRIP
5 POS. FEMALE CONNECTOR
3/16" MALE SPADE PIN
11
D6
Q6
R1
R2
R16
R23
R25
R27
R28
1N914B
(reverse direction)
DELETE
1K 2W
47W
220K
47K
15K
47W
47W
C1
.01uf
100V
+FIELD
P1-5
P1-1
D1
1N4005
+12.7V
C2
10uf
35V
AC1
R1
15K
6W
D3
1N914B
+12V
D4
1N5242B
R23
R25
R27
R28
P1-2
2
1
C3
.01uf
100V
Q1
2N6027
D2
1N4005
AC2
R3
2.7K
R4
2.7K
U2-1
3052 MOC
.......... 47K
.......... 15K
.......... 47Ω
.......... 47Ω
123D-C CHANGES:
D6 .......... 1N914B
Q6 .......... DELETE
R1 .......... 1K 2W
R2 .......... 47Ω
R16 .......... 220K
5
D7
1N914B
R10
39K
C7
.1uf
50V
R7
300K
C8
1uf
50V N.P.
P2-4
D6
1N5233B
-
+
R9
1.2M
C6
.001uf
1KV
P1-7
4
U5-2
8
+12V
LO
P1-8
WIPER
HI
P1-6
+12V
REMOTE
SPEEDPOT
R29
5K
MIN
R6
5K
+12V
7
6
R13
2.2K
R2
470
OHM
R12
10K
R11
100K
R14
820
OHM
1
.1uf
50V
C10
U5-1
R15
4.7K
P2-1
P2-2
125D SERIES SCHEMATIC
D5
1N4005
P2-3
P2-5
R8
180K
R5
82K
C4
.033uf
400V
C5
.22uf
1KV
125D-12C (1/50 THRU 1/8 H.P.)
CHANGES:
R24 ......... .062 OHM 5W
NOTES:
U5 .................................. LM358 IC
+
-
6
R25
91K
R17
1K
4
R16
470K
R23
300K
C9
.0047uf
1KV
U2-2
3052 MOC
INHIBIT
P3
3
2
C11
47uf
16V
A
P1-1
Q3
S4015L
R22
1K
AC1
P2-6
D9
D4015L
IR COMP.
R18
100 OHM
MAX
R21
10K
A
R26
1K
R24
.01 OHM
5W
SENSE RES.
D8
D4015L
R28
390 OHM
Q6
275V
G-MOV
R27
390 OHM
JU2
+ARM
P1-3
MOTOR
-ARM
-FIELD
P1-4
+12V
R20
300K
CUR. LIM.
R19
5K
AC2
P1-2
B
D10
D4015L
Q4
S4015L
JU1
B
12
REPAIR PROCEDURE
In the event that a Product manufactured by Dart Controls Incorporated (DCI) is in need of
repair service, it should be shipped, freight paid, to: Dart Controls, Inc., 5000 W. 106th Street,
Zionsville, IN. 46077, ATTN: Repair Department.
Please include with each order a P.O. number to cover any repair charges (a P.O. is needed
even on warranty returns to cover misuse or other failures that have voided warranty), and
include a note with a brief description of the problem experienced. NO WORK WILL BE DONE
ON ANY ORDER WITHOUT A P.O. NUMBER.
Completed repairs are returned with a Repair Report that states the problem with the control
and the possible cause. Repair orders are returned via UPS Ground unless other arrangements
are made. If you have further questions regarding repair procedures, contact your Dart
Distributor or Representative.
YOUR MOTION SYSTEMS SOLUTION PROVIDER
125D SERIES
AC INPUT - VARIABLE DC OUTPUT
1/50 HP through 1.0 HP
700/COMMUTROL SERIES
DC BRUSHLESS
5 & 20 Amp for
12,24,& 36VDC Inputs
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Manufacturer of high quality DC and AC motor speed
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since 1963.
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Zionsville, Indiana 46077
Phone: (317) 733-2133
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