M9484F1007.pdf

M9484F1007.pdf
Series 90
Modutrol IV™ Motors
PRODUCT DATA
FEATURES
• Directly replaces M934A,D, M941, M944A,C,D,
M945A,D,F, M954, M965, and M975 motors.
• Oil-immersed motor and gear train for reliable
performance and long life.
• Integral junction box provides NEMA 3 weather
protection.
• Motor and circuitry operate from 24 Vac. Models
available with factory installed transformer, or a
field-added internal transformer.
• Quick-connect terminals standard—screw terminal
adapter available.
• Adapter bracket for matching shaft height of older
motors standard with TRADELINE motors.
• Field adjustable stroke (90° to 160°) models available.
APPLICATION
The Series 90 Modutrol IV™ Motors are spring return and
non-spring return modulating proportional control motors. Use
these motors with controllers that provide a Series 90 output
to operate dampers or valves.
• Nominal timing of 30 seconds for 90° stroke and 60
seconds for 160° stroke standard. Other timings
available.
• Die-cast aluminum housing.
• Integral auxiliary switches available factory mounted,
or can be field added to TRADELINE® models.
• Integral spring returns motor shaft to normal position
(fully open or fully closed, depending on model) upon
power interruption.
• Field addable interface modules can be mounted in the
junction box to upgrade the motor to Series 70
(electronic) control.
• TRADELINE spring return motors can operate valve
linkages from power end or auxiliary end shafts for
normally closed or normally open valve applications.
Contents
Application ........................................................................ 1
Features ........................................................................... 1
Specifications ................................................................... 2
Ordering Information ........................................................ 2
Installation ........................................................................ 5
Settings and Adjustments ................................................. 8
Operation .......................................................................... 10
Replacement .................................................................... 12
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SERIES 90 MODUTROL IV™ MOTORS
SPECIFICATIONS
TRADELINE Models: Selected and packaged to provide
ease of stocking, ease of handling and maximum
replacement value. Specifications are the same as those of
standard models unless specified otherwise.
TRADELINE models have auxiliary switch cams.
NOTE: Auxiliary switches can only be added to motors that
include auxiliary switch cams. (These cams cannot
be field-added.)
Modutrol IV Order Number Guide: See Table 1.
Table 1. Modutrol IV Order Number Guide
M
Motor
91
Proportioning Series 90 Control
94
Flame Safeguard Firing Rate Motor
6
—
7
25 lb-in. Spring Return
75 lb-in. Non-Spring Return
8
60 lb-in. Spring Return
150 lb-in. Non-Spring Return
9
—
300 lb-in. Non-Spring Return
1
91
8
Single-ended shaft Non-Spring Return
2
Normally Closed (NC) Spring Returna
3
Normally Open (NO) Spring Returnb
4
M
35 lb-in. Non-Spring Return
Dual-ended shaft
Non-Spring Return
5
Normally Closed (NC) Spring Returna
6
Normally Open (NO) Spring Returnb
4
A
0 Auxiliary Switches
B
1 Auxiliary Switch
Fixed Stroke
Normally Closed
C
2 Auxiliary Switches
D
0 Auxiliary Switches
Adjustable Stroke
Normally Open
E
1 Auxiliary Switch
F
2 Auxiliary Switches
G
0 Auxiliary Switches
Fixed Stroke
Vc
0 Auxiliary Switches
Fixed Stroke
A
XXXX
See Catalog for Complete O.S. Number
Normally Closed
a Electrically
normally closed. Shaft rotates clockwise (as viewed from the power end) with control signal increase.
Motor drives to normally closed position when powered with control wiring not connected.
b Electrically normally open. Shaft rotates counterclockwise (as viewed from the power end) with control signal increase.
Motor drives to normally open position when powered with control wiring not connected.
c Models available special order only. Contact your Honeywell Sales Representative.
NOTE: Torque designation corresponds to torque rating at standard timing (nominally 60 sec for 160° and 30 sec for 90° except
for 300 lb-in. motors which have timings of 2 or 4 min).
ORDERING INFORMATION
When purchasing replacement and modernization products from your TRADELINE® wholesaler or distributor, refer to the
TRADELINE® Catalog or price sheets for complete ordering number.
If you have additional questions, need further information, or would like to comment on our products or services, please write or
phone:
1. Your local Home and Building Control Sales Office (check white pages of your phone directory).
2. Home and Building Control Customer Relations
Honeywell, 1885 Douglas Drive North
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422-4386
In Canada—Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée, 35 Dynamic Drive, Scarborough, Ontario M1V 4Z9.
International Sales and Service Offices in all principal cities of the world. Manufacturing in Australia, Canada, Finland, France,
Germany, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, Taiwan, United Kingdom, U.S.A.
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SERIES 90 MODUTROL IV™ MOTORS
Dimensions: See Fig. 1.
Electrical Ratings: See Table 3.
Control Inputs: Proportional, Series 90.
NOTE: Motor Series 90 control can be either Electronic, or
Mechanical (135 ohm).
Auxiliary Switch Ratings: See Table 4.
Ambient Temperature Ratings:
Maximum: 150°F (66°C) at 25% duty cycle.
Minimum: -40°F (-40°C).
NOTE: 25% duty cycle indicates that the motor operates for
6 out of every 24 hours.
Dead Weight Load On Shaft:
Power or Auxiliary End: 200 lb (90.8 kg) maximum.
Maximum Combined Load: 300 lb (136 kg). (Dual shaft
motors only.)
Crankshaft: 3/8 in. (9.5 mm) square. (Some models have
double-ended shafts.)
Stroke:
Fixed Stroke Models: Available 90° or 160°.
Adjustable Stroke Models: Available field adjustable from
90° to 160° (See Stroke Setting Procedure).
Timing And Torque: See Table 5.
Approvals:
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Listed: File No. E4436, Guide
No. XAPX.
Canadian Standards Association Certified: General Listed File
No. LR1620, Guide 400-E.
NOTE: CE compliance can be attained with the proper
accessories (such as the 4074EZE).
Accessories:
198162JA Internal Transformer; 24 Vac 50/60 Hz primary,
24 Vac secondary (for electrical isolation).
198162EA Internal Transformer; 120 Vac 50/60 Hz primary,
24 Vac secondary.
198162GA Internal Transformer; 220 Vac 50/60 Hz primary,
24 Vac secondary.
198162AA Internal Transformer; 120/208/240 Vac 50/60 Hz
primary, 24 Vac secondary.
220736 Internal Auxiliary Switch Kit can be field-installed on
TRADELINE models. One- (220736A) and
Two- (220736B) switch kits available.
220741A Screw Terminal Adapter converts the standard
quick-connect terminals to screw terminals.
221455A Infinitely Adjustable Crank Arm approximately 0.75
inch shorter than the 4074ELY Crank Arm, can rotate
through downward position and clear base of motor without
requiring use of adapter bracket.
3
221508A Resistor Board plugs onto Series 90 Motor quickconnect wire terminals. Provides same functionality as
4074BYK, 4074EAU, 4074EDC, or 4074EED Resistor Kits.
4074BYK Series 90 Resistor Kit provides for unison control of
up to six Series 90 Motors.
4074EAU W973 Resister Kit provides for control of two or
three Series 90 Motors from a W973 Single-zone Logic
Panel or W7100 Discharge Air Controller.
4074EDC 4-20 mA Resistor Kit drives one Series 90 Motor
from a 4-20 mA controller.
4074EED Unison Control 4-20 mA Resistor Kit provides for
control of up to four Series 90 Motors from one 4-20 mA
controller.
4074ERU Weatherproofing Kit provides NEMA 3 rating for
Modutrol IV Motors mounted in position other than upright.
4074EZE Bag Assembly with parts to provide CE compliance.
7617ADW Crank Arm approximately 0.75 inch shorter than
7616BR Crank Arm. Can rotate through downward position
and clear base of motor without requiring use of adapter
bracket.
ES650-117 Explosion-Proof Housing encloses motor for use
in explosive atmospheres. Not for use with Q5001 (or any
other valve linkages). Order separately from O-Z/Gedney
Inc. To order, contact: O-Z/Gedney, Nelson Enclosures and
Controls, (918) 641-7381 or (918) 641-7374; or write to:
O-Z/Gedney, Nelson Enclosures and Controls
P.O. Box 471650
Tulsa, OK 74147-1650
Requires Honeywell 7617DM Coupling.
Q100 Linkage connects Modutrol® motor to V51 Butterfly
Valve. Requires the 220738A adapter bracket (packed with
TRADELINE Modutrol IV motors).
Q181 Auxiliary Potentiometer for sequence or unison control
of 1 to 4 additional modulating (Series 90) motors.
Q209E,F Potentiometer limits motor minimum position.
Q5001 Bracket and Linkage Assembly connects Modutrol
motor to a water or steam globe valve.
Q605 Damper Linkage connects motor to damper. Includes
motor crank arm.
Q607 External Auxiliary Switch controls auxiliary equipment
as a function of motor position.
Q7130A Interface Module with selectable voltage ranges
(4-7 Vdc, 6-9 Vdc, and 10.5-13.5 Vdc) adapts motor to
M71XX function.
Q7230A Interface Module with selectable control (2-10 Vdc or
4-20 mA) and adjustable zero and span adapts motor to
M72XX function.
Q7330A Interface Module for W936 Economizer applications
adapts motor to M73XX function.
Q7630A Interface Module for 14-17 Vdc control with minimum
position capability adapts motor to M76XX function.
Table 2. Modutrol Motor Cross-Reference.
Original Motor
Replacements
M944A,C,D, M954
M9181, M9194, M9191, M9194
M965, M975
M9172, M9175
M934D
M9161, M9164, M9171, M9174
M945A,D,F, M955
M9182, M9185, M9183, M9186
M941
M9481, M9484, M9491, M9494
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SERIES 90 MODUTROL IV™ MOTORS
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW OF BRACKET
4-7/8
(124)
4-1/4
(107)
4-5/8
(116)
5-1/2
(140)
2-5/16
(58)
5-13/16
(148)
11/16
(17)
1/4
(7)
4
5
POWER END
13/16
(20)
3
4-1/16 (103)
1/4 (7)
1-1/2 (37)
4-7/8 (124)
4-1/16 (103)
5-9/16 (141)
4-1/16 (103)
1-1/2 (37)
WIRING
BOX
3/4
(19)
MOTOR
1
AUXILARY
END
POWER
END
6-7/16
(164)
5-3/8
(137)
2-9/16
(66)
9/16 (15)
2
3/4
(19)
ADAPTER
BRACKET
SPRING RETURN MODEL SHOWN
1
SOME MODELS DO NOT HAVE AN AUXILIARY
SHAFT. ALL OTHER DIMENSIONS ARE THE SAME.
2
FOR HIGH TORQUE (60 LB-IN.) SPRING RETURN
MODELS 8-3/4 (222); FOR LOW TORQUE (25 LB-IN.)
SPRING RETURN MODELS 8-1/4 (210);
NON-SPRING RETURN MODELS 7-5/16 (185).
3
FOR HIGH TORQUE (60 LB-IN.) SPRING
RETURN MODELS (SHOWN).
4
FOR LOW TORQUE (25 LB-IN.) SPRING
RETURN MODELS.
5
FOR NON-SPRING RETURN MODELS.
M17089BB
Fig. 1. Modutrol IV Motor mounting dimensions in inches (mm).
Table 3. Series 90 Modutrol Motor Power Consumption Ratings.
Power Consumption
Non-Spring Return Motors
150 and 300 lb-in. Torque
Internal
(VA)
(W)
Transformer
75 lb-in. Torque
(VA)
Spring Return Motors
35 lb-in. Torque
(W)
(VA)
60 lb-in. Torque
(W)
(VA)
25 lb-in. Torque
(W)
(VA)
(W)
No
20
18
17
16
15
14
24
23
22
21
Yes
29
23
27
21
24
19
34
28
32
26
Table 4. Auxiliary Switch Ratings (in Amps).
Single Contact Ratinga
120 V
240 V
Full Load
7.2
3.6
Locked Rotor
43.2
21.6
a
40 VA pilot duty, 120/240 Vac on opposite contact.
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SERIES 90 MODUTROL IV™ MOTORS
Table 5. Series 90 Modutrol Motor Timing and Torque Ratings.
Rated Torque in lb-in. (N•m)b
Nominal Timinga in sec
90°
Breakaway Torquec
Normal Running Torque
160°
Spring Return
Non-Spring Return
Spring Return
Non-Spring Return
30
60
25 (2.8)
35 (4)
50 (5.7)
70 (8)
15d/30
30d/60
60 (6.8)
75 (8.5)
120 (13.6)
150 (17)
30
60
—
150 (17)
—
300 (34)
60
120
—
300 (34)
—
600 (68)
a Timings
apply to all TRADELINE models. Some OEM models are available with non-standard timing/torque.
The torque rating for dual-ended shaft motors is the sum of the shaft torques (power-end torque plus auxiliary-end torque).
c
Breakaway torque is maximum torque available to overcome occasional large loads such as a seized damper or valve.
d
Low timing is for M9184D1005 only.
b
NOTE: Some 150 lb-in. and 300 lb-in. torque adjustable stroke motors have timings that are twice that of their fixed stroke
counterparts.
IMPORTANT
Never use a Modutrol Motor continuously at the Breakaway Torque rating.
INSTALLATION
CAUTION
When Installing this Product...
1.
2.
3.
4.
Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow them
could damage the product or cause a hazardous
condition.
Check the ratings given in the instructions and on the
product to make sure the product is suitable for your
application.
Installer must be a trained, experienced service
technician.
After installation is complete, check out product
operation as provided in these instructions.
CAUTION
Motor Damage Hazard.
Deteriorating vapors and acid fumes can damage
metal parts.
Install motor in areas free of acid fumes and other
deteriorating vapors.
In excessive salt environments, mounting base and screws
should be zinc or cadmium plated, not stainless steel or brass.
Use the 220738A Adapter Bracket for mounting on these
surfaces.
Mounting
CAUTION
Electrical Shock or Equipment Damage Hazard.
Can shock individuals or short equipment
circuitry.
Disconnect all power supplies before installation.
Motors with auxiliary switches can have more than
one disconnect.
Equipment Damage Hazard.
Can damage the motor beyond repair.
Always install motors with the crankshaft horizontal.
Improper motor mounting can result in inadequate
motor gear train lubrication.
CAUTION
Equipment Damage Hazard.
Can damage the motor beyond repair.
Never turn the motor shaft by hand or with a wrench.
Forcibly turning the motor shaft damages the gear
train and stroke limit contacts.
IMPORTANT
Always conduct a thorough checkout when
installation is complete.
Location
Allow enough clearance for installing accessories and motor
servicing when selecting a location (see Fig. 1). If located
outdoors, use liquid-tight conduit connectors with the junction
box to provide NEMA 3 weather protection. If mounted
outdoors in a position other than upright, install a 4074ERU
Weatherproofing Kit and liquid-tight connectors to provide
NEMA 3 protection.
5
Use the following guidelines for proper motor mounting:
• Always install motors with the crankshaft horizontal.
• Mounting flanges extending from motor housing base are
drilled for 1/4 inch (6.4 mm) machine screws or bolts.
• Non-Spring Return Motors are shipped from the factory in
the closed position (at the limit of counterclockwise
rotation, as viewed from the power end of the motor).
• Spring Return Motors are shipped from the factory in their
normal position:
— Normally closed models: shipped at limit of
counterclockwise rotation, as viewed from the power
end of the motor.
— Normally open models: shipped at limit of clockwise
rotation, as viewed from the power end of the motor.
NOTE: Refer to Fig. 2 for graphical representation of full
open and full closed.
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SERIES 90 MODUTROL IV™ MOTORS
Adapter Bracket
Damper Linkages
The 220738A Adapter Bracket, positioned between the motor
and the equipment, raises motor shaft height by 0.75 in.
(19 mm) to match that of the former Modutrol® Motor.
The motor does not include a crank arm. Order the crank arm,
included in the Q605 Linkage, separately (see Accessories in
the Specifications section). For detailed instructions on the
assembly of specific linkages, refer to the instruction sheet
packed with the linkage.
The following applications require this bracket:
• Q607 External Auxiliary Switch.
• Damper linkage applications require added clearance to
allow:
• crank arm rotation through the downward position.
• sufficient damper linkage to reach the motor shaft.
• All valve linkages except the Q5001.
CAUTION
NOTE: When no bracket is used in replacement applications,
damper linkages require adjustment for the new shaft
position.
Equipment Damage Hazard.
Stalling a motor can damage the drive shaft.
Ensure installation of motors and linkages allows the
motor to drive through full stroke without obstruction.
Valve Linkages
To mount the motor with the bracket (see Fig. 3):
1. Mount the bracket to the equipment with existing or
standard bolts.
2. Using the provided bolts, mount the motor to the bracket
threaded holes.
The Q100 Linkage requires the 220738A Adapter Bracket for all
valve applications. Applications with the Q5001 Valve Linkage
do not require the 220738A Adapter Bracket (see Fig. 4).
For valve linkage applications (other than the Q5001):
1. Mount the bracket to the linkage.
2. Position the motor on the bracket to align the motor
shaft with the linkage.
3. Attach the motor to the bracket with the four bolts
provided. See Fig. 4.
When used with liquid-tight conduit connectors, the junction
box provides NEMA 3 weather protection for the motor. The
junction box, standard with replacement motors, encloses the
terminals and provides knockouts for wiring conduits. Housing
an internal transformer or internal auxiliary switches requires
use of the junction box.
Junction Box
Wiring
VERTICAL
REFERENCE
VERTICAL
REFERENCE
FULLY
CLOSED
10
10
FULLY
CLOSED
CAUTION
Electrical Shock or Equipment Damage Hazard.
Can shock individuals or short equipment
circuitry.
Disconnect power supply before installation.
90
160
FULLY
OPEN
90 DEGREE STROKE
25, 35,60, AND 75 lb-in. TORQUE
IMPORTANT
All wiring must agree with applicable codes,
ordinances and regulations.
FULLY
OPEN
160 DEGREE STROKE
1.
VERTICAL
REFERENCE
45
2.
FULLY
CLOSED
3.
90
4.
5.
90 DEGREE STROKE
150 AND 300 lb-in. TORQUE
FULLY
OPEN
M17090
NOTE: Reverse motor rotation by switching wires at either
the motor or the panel. Reverse rotation on the
Series 90 models by reversing the wires at terminals
W and B.
Fig. 2. Motor shaft positions at stroke limits
(viewed from power end of motor).
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Ensure that the voltage and frequency stamped on the
motor correspond to the power supply characteristics.
When connecting several motors in parallel, ensure that
the power supply VA rating is large enough to provide
power to all motors used without overloading.
Fig. 5 shows that the motor terminals are
quick-connects located on top of the printed circuit
board.
To access the wiring compartment:
a. Remove the four screws from the junction box top.
b. Lift off the cover.
Refer to Fig. 6 for typical wiring, and Fig. 8 for internal
auxiliary switch connections.
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SERIES 90 MODUTROL IV™ MOTORS
STANDARD
BOLTS (4)
BOLTS
PROVIDED (4)
1
WIRING
BOX
MOTOR
PO
WE
R
END
ADAPTER
BRACKET
PO
WE
RE
ND
PO
WE
RE
EQUIPMENT
BASE
ND
1 #12 OR 1/4" ZINC PLATED
MACHINE SCREWS OR BOLTS
NON-SPRING RETURN
M452E
SPRING RETURN
Fig. 3. Mounting the motor with an adapter bracket.
WIRING
BOX
POWER
END OF
MOTOR
MOTOR
Q5001
VALVE
LINKAGE
VALVE
1/4-20 UNC
1 in. LONG
MOUNTING
BOLTS
M17092
Fig. 4. Mounting the motor on a Q5001 Valve Linkage.
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SERIES 90 MODUTROL IV™ MOTORS
SETTINGS AND ADJUSTMENTS
Before Setting Stroke
1.
2.
3.
Remove the top cover from the motor.
Disconnect the controller from the motor.
Connect a potentiometer to the motor as shown in Fig. 7.
IMPORTANT
Detach linkage from motor before adjusting stroke.
Setting Stroke
On adjustable stroke motors, stroke is field-adjustable
between 90° and 160°:
• The mechanical adjustment (cams) establishes the fully
open (clockwise, as viewed from the power end) and fully
closed positions of the motor shaft.
• The electrical adjustment (trim pot) matches the feedback
resistance change to the motor stroke.
• TRADELINE motors are shipped with stroke set at 160°.
CAUTION
Careless Installation Hazard.
Use of excessive force while adjusting cams
damages the motor.
To avoid damaging motor end switches, set cams by
moving only the top of the screwdriver.
4.
CAUTION
Careless Installation Hazard.
Forcibly turning the motor shaft damages the gear
train and stroke limit contacts.
Never turn motor shaft manually (by hand or with a
wrench).
5.
a. For 160° stroke:
(1) Insert 1/8 in. screwdriver blade into an inner cam
slot and move screwdriver top as far as possible
counterclockwise (viewed from power end).
See Fig. 9. Repeat in successive cam slots until
inner cam is against the counterclockwise stop.
(2) For low torque motors (75 lb-in. or less), skip to
step 4.
(3) Insert 1/8 in. screwdriver blade into an outer cam
slot and move screwdriver top as far as possible
clockwise (viewed from power end). See Fig. 9.
Repeat in successive cam slots until outer cam
is against the clockwise stop.
b. For 90° stroke:
(1) Insert 1/8 in. screwdriver blade into an outer cam
slot and move screwdriver top as far as possible
counterclockwise (viewed from power end).
See Fig. 9. Repeat in successive cam slots until
outer cam is against the counterclockwise stop.
(2) For low torque motors (75 lb-in. or less), skip to
step 4.
(3) Insert 1/8 in. screwdriver blade into an inner cam
slot and move screwdriver top as far as possible
clockwise (viewed from power end). See Fig. 9.
Repeat in successive cam slots until inner cam
is against the clockwise stop.
Check the motor stroke before connecting the linkage:
a. Remove R-W-B jumper.
b. Short R-W. The motor should drive fully clockwise
(viewed from power end).
c. Remove R-W jumper and short R-B. The motor
should drive fully counterclockwise (viewed from
power end).
Reconnect the controller, replace the motor top cover,
and attach the linkage to the motor.
STROKE
ADJUSTMENT
1
CAMS
CAUTION
Equipment Damage Hazard.
Can damage the motor beyond repair.
Set cams by moving the top of the screwdriver only.
Pressing screwdriver against cam slot sides or use of
excessive force can damage motor end switches.
1.
2.
3.
Adjust the trim pot:
a. For 160° stroke, turn trim pot fully clockwise.
b. For 90° stroke, turn trim pot fully counterclockwise.
Drive the motor to mid-position by jumpering R-W-B.
Adjust the cams:
W
B
INNER AUXILIARY
SWITCH
INNER AUXILIARY
SWITCH CAM (BLUE)
POWER
END
R
T2
T1
OUTER AUXILIARY
SWITCH CAM (RED)
OUTER AUXILIARY
SWITCH
ADJUSTABLE STROKE POTENTIOMETER
1 HIGH TORQUE (150 lb.-in., 300 lb.-in.) MODELS HAVE TWO
YELLOW ADJUSTMENT CAMS. LOW TORQUE MODELS HAVE
ONLY ONE BROWN INTERNAL STROKE ADJUSTMENT CAM.
NOTE: NOT ALL FEATURES AVAILABLE ON ALL MODELS.
Fig. 5. Terminals and adjustments.
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M17625A
SERIES 90 MODUTROL IV™ MOTORS
SERIES 90
CONTROLLER
MOTOR
R
R
W
W
B
B
T1
T2
L1 TRANSFORMER
1 (HOT)
L2
1
POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND
OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.
2
TRANSFORMER MAY BE INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL
INNER STROKE
ADJUST CAM
M770A
OUTER STROKE
2
ADJUST CAM
Fig. 6. Typical Series 90 wiring.
135 Ohm
Potentiometer
R
W
W
B
B
MOVE SCREWDRIVER AT
TOP ONLY TO ADJUST CAM.
T1
1
T2
L1 TRANSFORMER
1 (HOT)
2
L2
1
POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND
OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.
2
TRANSFORMER MAY BE INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL
YELLOW LEAD
BLUE LEAD
2
TORQUE
NO. OF
CAMS
CAM
COLOR
HIGH
2
YELLOW
LOW
1
BROWN
1/8 INCH
STRAIGHT-BLADE
SCREWDRIVER
CAM
OUTER STROKE ADJUST CAM IS ONLY
PRESENT ON HIGH TORQUE MOTORS.
M17100
Fig. 9. Stroke adjustment setup for
non-spring return models.
M18974
Auxiliary Switches
Fig. 7. Wiring for potentiometer control.
2
AUXILIARY
SWITCH CAMS
POWER END
OF MOTOR
MOTOR
R
1
Adjustable cams actuate the auxiliary switches. These cams
can be set to actuate the switches at any angle within the
stroke of the motor. Select switch differential of 1° or 10°.
3
Motors with factory-added auxiliary switches are shipped in
the closed position (fully counterclockwise, as viewed from the
power end). Auxiliary cam default actuates the switches 30°
from full open with a 1° differential. With the motor in the
closed (fully counterclockwise) position, the auxiliary switch
breaks contacts R-B. See Fig. 8 (or the auxiliary switch
Instruction Sheet) for auxiliary switch wiring.
1
1
RED LEAD 2
NOTE: Auxiliary switches can only be added to motors that
include auxiliary switch cams. (These cams cannot
be field-added.)
1 USE NEC CLASS 1 WIRING UNLESS POWER SUPPLY
MEETS CLASS 2 REQUIREMENTS. TAPE UNUSED LEADS.
ENSURE THE CURRENT DRAW OF THE EXTERNAL CIRCUIT
IS LESS THAN SWITCH CONTACT RATING.
2 ON TWO-SWITCH MOTORS, SECOND SWITCH HAS BLACK
LEADS WITH BLUE, YELLOW, AND RED TRACERS.
TRADELINE motors are shipped with auxiliary switch cams
that permit acceptance of 220736A,B Internal Auxiliary Switch
Kits. Refer to form 63-2228 for 220736A,B installation
instructions.
3 SOME AUXILIARY SWITCH ASSEMBLIES INCLUDE ONLY
RED AND YELLOW LEADS. SOME OTHERS DO NOT INCLUDE
THE YELLOW LEAD.
M17099
Fig. 8. Auxiliary switch schematic.
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SERIES 90 MODUTROL IV™ MOTORS
Auxiliary Switch Adjustment
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Table 6. Modutrol IV Motor Operation.
Remove the top cover from the motor to gain access to
the motor terminals and auxiliary cams.
Disconnect the controller from the motor.
Connect a potentiometer to the motor as shown in Fig. 7.
Using the potentiometer, drive the motor to the position
where the auxiliary equipment is to be switched.
For a 1° switch differential, check continuity of the
auxiliary switch contacts R-B and rotate the cam as
follows:
a. If the contacts are open, rotate the cam clockwise
until the R-B contacts close.
b. If the contacts are closed, rotate the cam
counterclockwise until the R-B contacts open.
For a 10° switch differential:
a. Spring return models: rotate the cam approximately
180° so that the slow-rise portion of the cam
actuates the switch. Then check continuity of the
auxiliary switch contacts R-B
b. Non-spring return models: check continuity of the
auxiliary switch contacts R-B.
Rotate the cam as follows:
a. If the contacts are open, rotate the cam
counterclockwise until the R-B contacts close.
b. If the contacts are closed, rotate the cam clockwise
until the R-B contacts open.
Check for proper auxiliary equipment differential and
switching by driving the motor though the full stroke in
both directions.
Disconnect the potentiometer, reconnect the controller,
and replace the motor top cover.
NOTE: Changing the differential from 1° to 10° reverses the
switching action. For example, with a 10° differential,
switch contacts R-B make and R-W break on a
counterclockwise (closed) rotation. With a 1°
differential, switch contacts R-W make and R-B
break on a counterclockwise (closed) rotation.
Motor Type
Signal
drives closed
Jumper R-W-B
drives to midstroke
None
stops (none)
Non-Spring Return Power Loss
Spring Return
Power Loss
T1
T2
spring returns
(closed)
R
B
W
M17626
Fig. 10. Attaching a shunt resistor to TRADELINE motors.
Table 7. Cam Arrangements.
Motor
Inner
Cam
Outer
Cam
Red
Blue
Red
Red
ALL OTHER M9164, M9172, M9175 Blue
Red
M9175D1014
M9172W1004
Use Series 90 Modutrol IV Motors for standard Series 90
operation (see Table 6):
1. Two potentiometers, one in the controller and one in the
motor, along with the motor resistor network, form a
bridge circuit. As long as the value of the controlled
medium remains at the setpoint, the circuit remains
balanced and the motor does not run.
2. When the controlled medium value changes, the
controller potentiometer wiper moves, unbalancing the
bridge circuit.
3. The imbalance is amplified and energizes switching to
drive the motor in the direction necessary to correct the
controlled medium change.
4. As the motor shaft rotates, it turns the feedback
potentiometer, rebalancing the bridge circuit, stopping
the motor.
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drives open
Open B and short
R to W
M9164D1009, M9174D1007
OPERATION
Resulting Action
Non-Spring Return Open W and short
or Spring Return
R to B
10
M9161, M9171
M9184, M9194
M9185, M9186
M9484, M9494
ALL OTHER M9174
Blue
Blue
SERIES 90 MODUTROL IV™ MOTORS
2
SLOW RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
10 DIFF.)
INNER
AUXILIARY
CAM
(RED)
FAST RISE PORTION
(APPROX. 1 DIFF.)
SLOW RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
10 DIFF.)
SLOW RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
10 DIFF.)
FAST RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
1 DIFF.)
MOTOR
CLOSE
POWER
END
RIGHT/INNER
AUXILIARY
SWITCH
RIGHT/INNER
AUXILIARY
SWITCH
POWER
END
INNER
AUXILIARY
CAM
(BLUE)
FAST RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
1 DIFF.)
LEFT/OUTER
AUXILIARY
SWITCH
POWER
END OF
MOTOR
POWER
END
SLOW RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
10 DIFF.)
MOTOR
CLOSE
SLOW RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
10 DIFF.)
OUTER AUXILIARY
CAM
1
1
CAM ARRANGEMENT VARIES WITH MODEL.
2
MOVE SCREWDRIVER AT TOP ONLY TO
ADJUST CAM.
NOTE: CAMS ARE OFFSET VERTICALLY TO
PROVIDE BETTER VIEW OF INNER CAM.
MOTOR
CLOSE
2
1/8 INCH
STRAIGHT-BLADE
SCREWDRIVER
SLOW RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
10 DIFF.)
OUTER
AUXILIARY
CAM
(BLUE)
MOTOR
OPEN
MOTOR
OPEN
INNER AUXILIARY 1
CAM
LEFT/OUTER
AUXILIARY
SWITCH
FAST RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
1 DIFF.)
FAST RISEPORTION
(APPROX. 1 DIFF.)
OUTER
AUXILIARY
CAM
(BLUE)
2
1/8 INCH
STRAIGHT-BLADE
SCREWDRIVER
INNER
AUXILIARY
CAM
(RED)
LEFT/OUTER
AUXILIARY
SWITCH
OUTER
AUXILIARY
CAM
(RED)
MOTOR
OPEN
RIGHT/INNER
AUXILIARY
SWITCH
SLOW RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
10 DIFF.)
LEFT/OUTER
AUXILIARY
SWITCH
FAST RISE
PORTION
(APPROX. 1 DIFF.)
2
1/8 INCH
STRAIGHT-BLADE
SCREWDRIVER
RIGHT/INNER
AUXILIARY
SWITCH
1/8 INCH
STRAIGHT-BLADE
SCREWDRIVER
RIGHT/INNER
AUXILIARY
SWITCH
INNER
AUXILIARY
CAM
(BLUE)
LEFT/OUTER
AUXILIARY
SWITCH
FAST RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
1 DIFF.)
OUTER
AUXILIARY
CAM
(RED)
MOTOR
OPEN POWER
END
FAST RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
1 DIFF.)
SLOW RISE
PORTION
(APPROX.
10 DIFF.)
MOTOR
CLOSE
M17672
Fig. 11. Auxiliary switch adjustment.
11
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SERIES 90 MODUTROL IV™ MOTORS
CHECKOUT
REPLACEMENT
After the installation and linkage adjustment, check the entire
motor and control hookup. Proper checkout ensures that:
• The motor operates the load (damper or valve) properly.
• The motor responds properly to the controller as the input
varies. See Table 6.
• The auxiliary switch, if used, operates at the desired point
of motor rotation.
Damper Application
1.
1.
2.
3.
Inspect motor, linkage, and valve or damper to ensure
all mechanical connections are correct and secure.
NOTE: In damper installations, the pushrod should not
extend more than a few inches past the ball
joints.
2.
3.
Ensure that there is adequate clearance for the linkage
throughout the entire motor stroke without binding or
striking other objects.
Ensure the motor transformer is properly sized.
NOTE: If a common transformer is used to power
multiple motors, ensure the power input is in
phase with all motors.
4.
Drive the motor fully open and fully closed. See Table 6.
NOTE: Refer to controller or system instructions for
additional checkout procedures.
5.
6.
For spring return motors, ensure that the valve or
damper returns to normal position upon power
interruption.
Return the controller to the desired setting before
leaving the job.
4.
5.
6.
Turn off power and remove wiring from the old motor.
Remove the crank arm from shaft of old motor and
remove the old motor.
Determine necessity of the mounting bracket. If the
linkage can reach the new motor shaft position and the
crank arm has clearance for the necessary rotation, the
bracket is not required. Use the 220738A Adapter
Bracket or the 221455A Crank Arm if the crank arm
must rotate through the bottom plane of the motor.
a. If no bracket is required, mount the new motor
directly to the equipment and refer to the
Installation, Settings and Adjustments, and the
Operation and Checkout sections of these
instructions.
b. If the bracket is required, refer to the Adapter
Bracket section and Fig. 3 in addition to the
Installation, Settings and Adjustments, and the
Operation and Checkout sections of these
instructions.
Use No. 12 or 1/4 inch machine screws or bolts to
mount the new motor.
Mount damper crank arm and linkage to the new motor
shaft.
Use the Checkout procedures to test the crank arm and
linkage adjustment.
Valve Application
When replacing a motor in a valve application, the linkage
determines the necessity of the 220738A Adapter Bracket.
With Q100, Q601 or Q618 Linkages, it is necessary to use the
220738A to raise the motor shaft to the appropriate height.
Valve applications with a Q5001 Linkage do not require the
220738A Adapter Bracket. To operate Honeywell V5011 twoway or V5013 three-way valves through full stroke, use a 160°
stroke motor.
Automation and Control Solutions
Honeywell International
Honeywell Europe S.A.
Honeywell
1985 Douglas Drive North
Golden Valley, MN 55422
Control Products
Honeywell Building
17 Changi Business Park Central 1
Singapore 486073
3 Avenue du Bourget
1140 Brussels
Belgium
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Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée
35 Dynamic Drive
Scarborough, Ontario
M1V 4Z9
B.B. Rev. 1-02
Honeywell Latin American
Region
480 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway
Suite 200
Sunrise FL 33325
www.honeywell.com/building/components
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