amx series - Caltest Instruments GmbH

amx series - Caltest Instruments GmbH
AMX SERIES
AC POWER SOURCE
OPERATION
MANUAL

PACIFIC
POWER SOURCE
Caltest Instruments GmbH
Kohlmattstrasse 7 Tel: +49(0)7842-99722-00
D-77876 KAPPELRODECK Fax: +49(0)7842-99722-29
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AMX-SERIES
OPERATION MANUAL
FOR THE
MODELS
105-AMX, 305-AMX
108-AMX, 308-AMX
112-AMX, 312-AMX
125-AMX, 320-AMX
140-AMX, 345-AMX
160-AMX, 360-AMX
390-AMX
3120-AMX
PPS PART NO. 139250
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PPS
April 2012
CERTIFICATION
PACIFIC POWER SOURCE CERTIFIES THAT THIS INSTRUMENT WAS
THOROUGHLY TESTED AND INSPECTED AND FOUND TO MEET OR
EXCEED ITS PUBLISHED SPECIFICATIONS WHEN IT WAS SHIPPED
FROM THE FACTORY.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Pacific Power Source (PPS) warrants each unit to be free from defects in
material and workmanship. For the period of two (2) years from the date of
shipment to the purchaser, PPS will either repair or replace, at its sole
discretion, any unit returned to its factory in Huntington Beach, California.
This warranty does not cover batteries. It does not cover damage arising
from mis-use of the unit or attempted field modifications or repairs. This
warranty specifically excludes damage to other equipment connected to this
unit.
Upon notice from the purchaser within (30) days of shipment of units found to
be defective in material or workmanship, PPS will pay all shipping charges for
the repair or replacement. If notice is received more than thirty (30) days
from shipment, all shipping charges shall be paid by the purchaser. Units
returned on debit memos will not be accepted and will be returned without
repair.
This warranty is exclusive of all other warranties, express or implied.
For local contacts or other information, please visit our website: pacificpower.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
1.0 GENERAL ................................................................................................................................. 1 1.1 USING THIS MANUAL .......................................................................................................... 1 1.2 SAFETY NOTICES................................................................................................................ 2 1.3 GENERAL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ................................................................................. 4 2.0 SPECIFICATIONS..................................................................................................................... 7 2.1 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 7 2.1.1 INPUT POWER REQUIREMENTS............................................................................. 7 2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER ..................................................................................................... 15 2.1.3 OUTPUT POWER FACTOR ..................................................................................... 30 2.1.4 OUTPUT FREQUENCY ............................................................................................ 30 2.1.5 OUTPUT DISTORTION ............................................................................................ 30 2.1.6 OUTPUT LOAD REGULATION ................................................................................ 30 2.1.7 INPUT LINE REGULATION ...................................................................................... 30 2.1.8 OUTPUT BANDWIDTH ............................................................................................ 31 2.1.9 LOAD TRANSIENT RESPONSE .............................................................................. 31 2.1.10 OUTPUT DC OFFSET .............................................................................................. 31 2.1.11 OUTPUT PROTECTION ........................................................................................... 31 2.1.12 OUTPUT CONTROL CHARACTERISTICS.............................................................. 31 2.1.13 OUTPUT ISOLATION ............................................................................................... 31 2.2 MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................... 32 2.2.1 DIMENSIONS ........................................................................................................... 32 2.2.2 INPUT POWER CONNECTION ............................................................................... 35 2.2.3 OUTPUT POWER CONNECTION ........................................................................... 40 2.2.4 CHASSIS SLIDE MOUNTS ...................................................................................... 40 2.3 ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................... 40 2.3.1 TEMPERATURE RANGE ......................................................................................... 40 2.3.2 COOLING.................................................................................................................. 40 2.3.3 THERMAL PROTECTION ........................................................................................ 40 3.0 INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................................... 41 3.1 CHASSIS PLACEMENT ...................................................................................................... 41 3.2 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION ............................................................... 43 3.2.1 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 105-AMXT and
108-AMXT ................................................................................................................ 44 3.2.2 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 112-AMX ..................... 46 3.2.3 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 125-AMX ..................... 46 3.2.4 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 305-AMXT and
308-AMXT ................................................................................................................ 46 3.2.5 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 312-AMX ..................... 48 3.2.6 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 140-AMXT, 160-AMXT,
320-AMXT, 345-AMXT, 360-AMXT, 390-AMXT and 3120-AMXT ........................... 48 3.3 INPUT POWER CONNECTION .......................................................................................... 51 3.3.1 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 105-AMX, 108-AMX, 305-AMX and
308-AMX .................................................................................................................. 51 3.3.2 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 112-AMX and 312-AMX .............. 53 3.3.3 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 320-AMX ....................................... 55 3.3.4 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 125-AMX ....................................... 57 3.3.5 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 140-AMX, 160-AMX, 345-AMX,
360-AMX, 390-AMX and 3120-AMX ........................................................................ 59 3.3.6 INPUT POWER WIRING REQUIREMENTS ............................................................ 61 i
3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 5.0 5.1 5.2 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 8.0 9.0 OUTPUT POWER CONNECTION ...................................................................................... 63 3.4.1 SINGLE PHASE OUTPUT ....................................................................................... 63 3.4.2 SPLIT PHASE OUTPUT........................................................................................... 66 3.4.3 THREE PHASE OUTPUT ........................................................................................ 69 3.4.4 TRANSFORMER OUTPUTS - SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS ................................ 72 3.4.5 MASTER - SLAVE PARALLELING INTERCONNECTIONS (M5283) ..................... 73 REMOTE INTERFACE ....................................................................................................... 77 AUX I/O INSTALLATION..................................................................................................... 77 EXTERNAL SENSE CONNECTION ................................................................................... 78 OPERATION ........................................................................................................................... 81 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS .............................................................................................. 81 INITIAL POWER-UP ........................................................................................................... 83 ROUTINE POWER-UP ....................................................................................................... 84 4.3.1 ROUTINE POWER-UP, MODELS 390 and 3120-AMX ............................................. 85 SYSTEM TURN-OFF .......................................................................................................... 86 4.4.1 SYSTEM TURN-OFF, MODELS 390 and 3120-AMX................................................ 86 SYSTEM SHUTDOWN ....................................................................................................... 87 4.5.1 SHUTDOWN CONDITIONS ..................................................................................... 87 4.5.2 RESETTING SHUTDOWN FAULTS ........................................................................ 87 OUTPUT VOLTAGE FORMS.............................................................................................. 88 4.6.1 SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE...................................................................................... 88 MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................................... 90 MAINTENANCE INTERVAL ............................................................................................... 90 MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................... 90 5.2.1 MODELS 105, 108, 112, 305, 308, & 312-AMX ....................................................... 90 5.2.2 MODELS 125, 140, 160, 320, 345, 360, 390 and 3120-AMX .................................. 90 CALIBRATION........................................................................................................................ 91 CALIBRATION INTERVAL.................................................................................................. 91 TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................... 91 CALIBRATION PROCEDURE ............................................................................................ 92 6.3.1 CALIBRATE CONTROLLER .................................................................................... 92 6.3.2 POWER SOURCE LOAD TEST............................................................................... 93 SERVICE................................................................................................................................. 94 SERVICE PROCEDURE .................................................................................................... 94 ROSTER OF SYSTEM LEVEL FACTORY PART NUMBERS ............................................ 94 SUB-ASSEMBLY AND CHASSIS COMPONENT PART NUMBERS ................................. 95 7.3.1 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 105-AMX .................................................... 95 7.3.2 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 108-AMX .................................................... 95 7.3.3 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 112-AMX .................................................... 96 7.3.4 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 125-AMX .................................................... 96 7.3.5 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 140-AMX .................................................... 97 7.3.6 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 160-AMX .................................................... 97 7.3.7 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 305-AMX .................................................... 98 7.3.8 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 308-AMX .................................................... 98 7.3.9 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 312-AMX .................................................... 99 7.3.10 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 320-AMX .................................................... 99 7.3.11 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 345-AMX .................................................. 100 7.3.12 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 360-AMX .................................................. 101 7.3.13 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 390-AMX .................................................. 102 7.3.14 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 3120-AMX ................................................ 103 INDEX ................................................................................................................................... 104 MODIFICATIONS AND CHANGE NOTICES ....................................................................... 105 ii
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
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FIGURE 1.3
AMX-SERIES POWER SOURCE - FRONT VIEW.................................................. 6
FIGURE 2.1.2(A) MODEL 105-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES .................................................... 16
FIGURE 2.1.2(B) MODEL 108-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES .................................................... 17
FIGURE 2.1.2(C) MODEL 112-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES.................................................... 18
FIGURE 2.1.2(D) MODEL 125-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES.................................................... 19
FIGURE 2.1.2(E) MODEL 140-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES ................................................... 20
FIGURE 2.1.2(F) MODEL 160-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES ................................................... 21
FIGURE 2.1.2(G) MODEL 305-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES ................................................... 22
FIGURE 2.1.2(H) MODEL 308-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES ................................................... 23
FIGURE 2.1.2(I)
MODEL 312-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES ................................................... 24
FIGURE 2.1.2(J) MODEL 320-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES .................................................... 25
FIGURE 2.1.2(K) MODEL 345-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES ................................................... 26
FIGURE 2.1.2(L) MODEL 360-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES ................................................... 27
FIGURE 2.1.2(M) MODEL 390-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES ................................................... 28
FIGURE 2.1.2(N) MODEL 3120-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES.................................................. 29
FIGURE 2.2.1
OUTLINE DRAWING, MODELS 105/108/112/305/308/312-AMX ........................ 36
FIGURE 2.2.2
OUTLINE DRAWING, MODEL 320-AMX .............................................................. 37
FIGURE 2.2.3
OUTLINE DRAWING, MODELS 125/140/345/360-AMX ....................................... 38
FIGURE 2.2.4
OUTLINE DRAWING, MODELS 390 & 3120-AMX AND MAGNETICS MODULE . 39
FIGURE 3.2.1
MODELS 105 & 108-AMX OUTPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION ..................... 45
FIGURE 3.2.41
MODELS 305 & 308-AMX OUTPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION ..................... 47
FIGURE 3.2.71
MODELS 140/160/320/345/360/390/3120-AMX OUTPUT VOLTAGE
CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................ 50
FIGURE 3.3.1
MODELS 105/108/305/308-AMX INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION .............. 52
FIGURE 3.3.2
MODELS 112 & 312-AMX INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION ......................... 54
FIGURE 3.3.3
MODEL 320-AMX INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION ..................................... 56
FIGURE 3.3.4
MODEL 125-AMX INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION ..................................... 58
FIGURE 3.3.5
MODELS 140/345/360/390/3120-AMX INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION ..... 60
FIGURE 3.3.6
MODELS 125/140/345/360/390/3120-AMX INPUT WIRING DIAGRAM ............... 62
FIGURE 3.4.1.1
MODELS 125/140/345/360/390/3210-AMX SINGLE PHASE OUTPUT
CONNECTION ...................................................................................................... 64
FIGURE 3.4.1.2
MODELS 105/108/112/305/308/312/320-AMX SINGLE PHASE OUTPUT
CONNECTION ...................................................................................................... 65
FIGURE 3.4.2.1
MODELS 125/140/345/360/390/3210-AMX SPLIT PHASE OUTPUT
CONNECTION...................................................................................................... 67
FIGURE 3.4.2.2
MODELS 105/108/112/305/308/312/320-AMX SPLIT PHASE OUTPUT
CONNECTION...................................................................................................... 68
FIGURE 3.4.3.1
MODELS 345/360/390/3210-AMX THREE PHASE OUTPUT CONNECTION ..... 70
FIGURE 3.4.3.2
MODELS 305/308/312-AMX THREE PHASE OUTPUT CONNECTION ............. 71
FIGURE 3.4.5.1
MODELS 140,160, 345 & 360-AMX M5283 TWO CHASSIS
INTERCONNECTION........................................................................................... 76
MODELS 125/140/345/360/390/3120-AMX EXTERNAL SENSE
FIGURE 3.7.1
CONNECTION ..................................................................................................... 79
MODELS 105/108/305/308/112/312/320-AMX EXTERNAL SENSE
FIGURE 3.7.2
CONNECTION ..................................................................................................... 80
FIGURE 4.1
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS ............................................................................... 82
FIGURE 4.6.1
AMX-SERIES SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE .......................................................... 89
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SECTION 1
GENERAL
1.0
GENERAL
This manual is written to provide the information required to use the AMX-Series AC Power
Source. Operation of the Models 105-AMX, 108-AMX, 112-AMX, 125-AMX, 140-AMX,
160-AMX, 305-AMX, 308-AMX, 312-AMX, 320-AMX, 345-AMX, 360-AMX, 390-AMX and
3120-AMX is described in this document.
This manual is an Operations Manual. Installation, operation and calibration are the subjects
covered by this manual.
1.1
USING THIS MANUAL
This manual provides instructions for installation and use of the AMX-Series Power Source
equipment. It is very important that the user reads sections 1, 3, and 4 prior to using this
equipment. A thorough understanding of these sections is required to properly operate this
equipment.
Section 2 states the specifications of the equipment. Knowledge of this information is
required to gain maximum use of this equipment for a given application.
The user is
encouraged to read this section in order to gain a deeper understanding of the capabilities of
the AMX-Series Power Source.
Sections 5 and 6 list maintenance and calibration requirements of this equipment. Refer to
these sections when maintenance or calibration is required.
Section 7 describes service methodology and provides system, sub-assembly, and
component part numbers to aid the user in making factory authorized field repairs.
Section 9 contains any product change notices, errata and data relative to customer specified
modifications. Always check this section before operating the equipment. This is especially
true when modifications have been installed, since these can change system operation.
If questions arise while reading this manual, the user is encouraged to call the Pacific Power
Source. Pacific maintains a toll-free number which is 1-800-854-2433 (1+949-251-1800
outside of US).
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SECTION 1
1.2
GENERAL
SAFETY NOTICES
The AMX-Series equipment is capable of transferring very large amounts of electrical energy
very quickly. This basic quality is fundamental to a high-performance power source. The
warnings and cautions listed below should be observed at all times.
WARNINGS are conditions which are hazardous to user personnel. All warnings throughout
this manual will be formatted as shown below. A condition which is hazardous to both
personnel and equipment will be issued as a warning.
CAUTION statements indicate a dangerous situation which may damage the equipment but is
not a threat to life or limb. Cautions will assume the format shown opposite. All cautions
should be rigorously observed
WARNING
THIS EQUIPMENT CONTAINS HIGH ENERGY, LOW IMPEDANCE CIRCUITS!!
ARE CONTAINED WITHIN THE CABINET.
LETHAL POTENTIALS
CARE MUST BE EXERCISED WHEN SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT IN ORDER TO PREVENT SERIOUS
OPERATOR INJURY OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
OUTPUT VOLTAGE RESPONDS INSTANTLY WHEN THE POSITION OF THE OUTPUT COUPLING
SWITCH IS CHANGED.
LOAD MAY BE DAMAGED DUE TO DOUBLING OF OUTPUT VOLTAGE.
ALWAYS MAKE SURE THAT THE OUTPUT ON/OFF SWITCH IS IN THE OFF POSITION BEFORE
CHANGING THE OUTPUT COUPLING MODE.
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING WHEN SERVICE, MAINTENANCE, OR CALIBRATION ARE REQUIRED:
1)
REMOVE ALL JEWELRY FROM ARMS AND NECK WHEN SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT.
THIS PREVENTS THE POSSIBILITY OF SHORTING THROUGH THE JEWELRY AND
CAUSING BURNS TO OR ELECTROCUTION OF THE OPERATOR.
2)
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WHEN SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT TO PREVENT EYE
INJURY DUE TO FLYING PARTICLES CAUSED BY ACCIDENTAL SHORT CIRCUIT
CONDITIONS.
3)
DO NOT REMOVE ANY PANELS OR COVERS WITHOUT FIRST OPENING ALL CIRCUIT
BREAKERS AND THEN REMOVING THE INPUT SERVICE.
4)
SERVICE OTHER THAN CLEANING FILTERS AND CALIBRATION SHOULD BE
REFERRED TO PERSONNEL AUTHORIZED BY THE FACTORY TO SERVICE THIS
EQUIPMENT.
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SECTION 1
1.2
GENERAL
SAFETY NOTICES (cont.)
WARNING
IF THIS EQUIPMENT IS NOT USED IN A MANNER SPECIFIED BY THE MANUFACTURER, THE
PROTECTION PROVIDED BY THE EQUIPMENT MAY BE IMPAIRED
CAUTION
READ SECTIONS 1, 3, AND 4 OF THIS
MANUAL BEFORE INSTALLING OR
OPERATING THIS EQUIPMENT.
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SECTION 1
1.3
GENERAL
GENERAL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The AMX-Series Power Source is high-performance AC power conversion equipment. This
series of equipment features models with power ratings from 500 VA to 30 kVA. All systems
are designed to fit into a standard 19 inch rack. These systems are suitable for use as
frequency changers as well as sophisticated test power generators.
All systems are configured with an interchangeable controller (UPC-Series). Controller
options range from basic manual control (UPC1M and 3M) to sophisticated programmable
controllers (UPC1, UPC3, UPC12 or UPC32). The manual controller allows the user to adjust
voltage and frequency. The programmable controller allows control of voltage and frequency,
and also allows the user to simulate virtually any transient (including sub-cycle waveform
disturbance) required for testing today's modern electronic equipment.
The standard output voltage range for most of the AMX-Series is 0-135 VACl-n. Additionally,
the Models 112-AMX, 125-AMX and 312-AMX can operate from 0 to 150 VACl-n. Optional
output transformers are available to provide higher voltages. Voltage ratios up to 2.5:1 are
readily available. Other transformer ratios are available by special order.
The AMX-Series consists of the basic models listed below:
1.
Model 105-AMX - 500 VA, capable of 1 or 2 Phase operation. Single phase output
voltage range is 0-135 VACl-n. Output voltage in 2 Phase Mode is 0-270 VACL1-L2.
Internal output transformer option available for higher voltages.
2.
Model 108-AMX - 750 VA, capable of 1 or 2 Phase operation. Single phase output
voltage range is 0-135 VACl-n. Output voltage in 2 Phase Mode is 0-270 VACL1-L2.
Internal output transformer option available for higher voltages.
3.
Model 112-AMX - 1.2 kVA, capable of 1 or 2 Phase operation. Single phase output
voltage range is 0-150 VACl-n. Output voltage in 2 Phase Mode is 0-300 VACL1-L2.
Additional ranges available with custom external transformer configurations.
4.
Model 125-AMX – 2.5 kVA, capable of 1 or 2 Phase operation. Single phase output
voltage range is 0-150 VACl-n. Output voltage in 2 Phase Mode is 0-300 VACL1-L2.
Additional ranges available with custom external transformer configurations.
5.
Model 140-AMX – 4.0 KVA, capable of 1 or 2 Phase operation. Single phase output
voltage range is 0-135 VACl-n. Output voltage in 2 Phase Mode is 0-270 VACL1-L2.
External Magnetics Module available for higher output voltage ranges.
6.
Model 160-AMX - 6.0 kVA, capable of 1 or 2 Phase operation. Single phase output
voltage range is 0-135 VACl-n. Output voltage in 2 Phase Mode is 0-270 VACL1-L2.
External Magnetics Module available for higher output voltage ranges.
7.
Model 305-AMX - 500 VA, capable of 1, 2, or 3 Phase operation. Single and three
phase modes provide 500VA of power with 0-135 VACl-n output voltage range. 2
Phase Mode provides 333VA of power with 0-270 VACL1-L2 output voltage. Internal
output transformer available for higher output voltage ranges.
4
SECTION 1
1.3
GENERAL
GENERAL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION (cont.)
8.
Model 308-AMX - 750 VA, capable of 1, 2, or 3 Phase operation. Single and three
phase modes provide 750 VA of power with 0-135 VACl-n output voltage range. 2
Phase Mode provides 500 VA of power with 0-270 VACL1-L2 output voltage. Internal
output transformer option available for higher voltages.
9.
Model 312-AMX - 1.2 kVA, capable of 1, 2, or 3 Phase operation. Single and three
phase modes provide 1.2kVA of power with 0-150 VACl-n output voltage range. 2
Phase Mode provides 800VA of power with 0-300 VACL1-L2 output voltage.
Additional ranges available with custom external transformer configurations.
10.
Model 320-AMX - 2.25 kVA, capable of 1, 2, or 3 Phase operation. Single and
three phase modes provide 2.25kVA of power with 0-135 VACl-n output voltage range.
2 Phase Mode provides 1.5kVA of power with 0-270 VACL1-L2 output voltage.
External Magnetics Module available for higher output voltage ranges.
11.
Model 345-AMX – 4.5 kVA, capable of 1, 2, or 3 Phase operation. Single and three
phase modes provide 4.5kVA of power with 0-135 VACl-n output voltage range. 2
Phase Mode provides 3.0kVA of power with 0-270 VACL1-L2 output voltage.
External Magnetics Module available for higher output voltage ranges.
12.
Model 360-AMX - 6.0 kVA, capable of 1, 2, or 3 Phase operation. Single and three
phase modes provide 6.0kVA of power with 0-135 VACl-n output voltage range. 2
Phase Mode provides 4.5kVA of power with 0-270 VACL1-L2 output voltage.
External Magnetics Module available for higher output voltage ranges.
13.
Model 390-AMX – 9.0 kVA, capable of 1, 2, or 3 Phase operation. Single and three
phase modes provide 9.0kVA of power with 0-135 VACl-n output voltage range. 2
Phase Mode provides 6.0kVA of power with 0-270 VACL1-L2 output voltage.
External Magnetics Module available for higher output voltage ranges.
14.
Model 3120-AMX - 12.0 kVA, capable of 1, 2, or 3 Phase operation. Single and
three phase modes provide 12.0kVA of power with 0-135 VACl-n output voltage range.
2 Phase Mode provides 8.0kVA of power with 0-270 VACL1-L2 output voltage.
External Magnetics Module available for higher output voltage ranges.
.
External voltage sense is provided on all systems.
Systems configured with the
programmable controller also feature Continuous Self Calibration (CSC).
Output voltage and current metering is provided on all systems. Specifications of the
metering functions vary by controller type. Refer to the UPC-Series Operation Manual, as
appropriate, for details relative to the metering functions.
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SECTION 1
1.3
GENERAL
GENERAL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION (cont.)
MODEL 305−AMX
w/ UPC−3M Controller
MODEL 360−AMX
FIGURE 1.3
AMX-SERIES POWER SOURCE - FRONT VIEW
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SECTION 2
SPECIFICATIONS
2.0
SPECIFICATIONS
This section states the electrical specifications of the AMX-Series Power Source. The
specifications listed apply to all models, except as noted. Some specifications are controller
dependent. These are noted as such.
2.1
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.1 INPUT POWER REQUIREMENTS
This paragraph lists and defines the input voltage forms that are accepted by the various
models within the AMX-Series line of equipment. Each model is listed separately. Refer to
the appropriate model when determining proper input service requirements. The input
currents listed are for operation at full rated load. Overload conditions will result in higher
input currents that still fall within the recommended input service.
The input power transformer of the AMX-Series Power Source has taps for each of the listed
power forms - one of which is selected by the factory at time of order. Once selected, the
unit will operate at designated voltage, ±10%.
MODEL 105-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 105-AMX single phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT VOLTAGE
(360-440 Hz optional)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
100 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
110 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
120 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
200 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
208 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
7
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
12 Arms
12 Arms
11 Arms
6 Arms
6 Arms
6 Arms
6 Arms
6 Arms
25 A
25 A
25 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
SECTION 2
SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.1 INPUT POWER REQUIREMENTS (cont.)
MODEL 108-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 108-AMX single phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
INPUT VOLTAGE
(360-440 Hz optional)
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
100 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
110 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
120 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
200 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
208 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
17 Arms
16 Arms
15 Arms
9 Arms
9 Arms
8 Arms
8 Arms
8 Arms
25 A
25 A
25 A
25 A
25 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
MODEL 112-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 112-AMX single phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
INPUT VOLTAGE
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
100 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
110 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
120 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
200 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
208 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
21 Arms
19 Arms
18 Arms
11 Arms
11 Arms
10 Arms
9 Arms
9 Arms
25 A
25 A
25 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
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SECTION 2
SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.1 INPUT POWER REQUIREMENTS (cont.)
MODEL 125-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 125-AMX three phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT CURRENT
(360-440 Hz optional)
( cost option )
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
208 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220/380 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240/416 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
277/480 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
12 Arms
11 Arms
10 Arms
6 Arms
6 Arms
5 Arms
20 A
20 A
20 A
10 A
10 A
10 A
MODEL 140-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 140-AMX three phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT CURRENT
(360-440 Hz optional)
( cost option )
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
208 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220/380 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230/400 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240/416 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
277/480 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
9
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
23 Arms
22 Arms
21 Arms
20 Arms
13 Arms
12 Arms
12 Arms
11 Arms
40 A
40 A
40 A
40 A
20 A
20 A
20 A
20 A
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.1 INPUT POWER REQUIREMENTS (cont.)
MODEL 160-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 160-AMX three phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT CURRENT
(360-440 Hz optional)
( cost option )
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
208 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220/380 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230/400 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240/416 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
277/480 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
28 Arms
26 Arms
25 Arms
25 Arms
15 Arms
14 Arms
14 Arms
14 Arms
40 A
40 A
40 A
40 A
20 A
20 A
20 A
20 A
MODEL 305-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 305-AMX single phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT CURRENT
(360-440 Hz optional)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
100 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
110 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
120 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
200 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
208 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
10
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
12 Arms
12 Arms
11 Arms
7 Arms
7 Arms
6 Arms
6 Arms
5 Arms
25 A
25 A
25 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.1 INPUT POWER REQUIREMENTS (cont.)
MODEL 308-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 308-AMX single phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT CURRENT
(360-440 Hz optional)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
100 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
110 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
120 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
200 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
208 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
17 Arms
16 Arms
15 Arms
8 Arms
8 Arms
8 Arms
8 Arms
7 Arms
25 A
25 A
25 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
MODEL 312-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 312-AMX single phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT CURRENT
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
100 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
110 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
120 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
200 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
208 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
11
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
20 Arms
18 Arms
18 Arms
11 Arms
10 Arms
10 Arms
9 Arms
9 Arms
25 A
25 A
25 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.1 INPUT POWER REQUIREMENTS (cont.)
MODEL 320-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 320-AMX three phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT CURRENT
(360-440 Hz optional)
( cost option )
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
208 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220/380 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230/400 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240/416 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
277/480 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
11 Arms
10 Arms
9 Arms
6 Arms
6 Arms
6 Arms
5 Arms
20 A
20 A
20 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
15 A
MODEL 345-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 345-AMX three phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT CURRENT
(360-440 Hz optional)
( cost option )
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
208 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220/380 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230/400 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240/416 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
277/480 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
12
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
23 Arms
22 Arms
21 Arms
20 Arms
13 Arms
12 Arms
12 Arms
11 Arms
40 A
40 A
40 A
40 A
20 A
20 A
20 A
20 A
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.1 INPUT POWER REQUIREMENTS (cont.)
MODEL 360-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 360-AMX three phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT CURRENT
(360-440 Hz optional)
( cost option )
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
208 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220/380 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230/400 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240/416 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
277/480 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
29 Arms
27 Arms
26 Arms
25 Arms
16 Arms
15 Arms
15 Arms
14 Arms
40 A
40 A
40 A
40 A
20 A
20 A
20 A
20 A
MODEL 390-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 390-AMX three phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT CURRENT
(360-440 Hz optional)
( cost option )
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
208 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220/380 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230/400 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240/416 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
277/480 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
13
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
46 Arms
44 Arms
42 Arms
40 Arms
26 Arms
24 Arms
24 Arms
22 Arms
80 A
80 A
80 A
80 A
40 A
40 A
40 A
40 A
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.1 INPUT POWER REQUIREMENTS (cont.)
MODEL 3120-AMX
INPUT VOLTAGE AND INPUT CURRENT
The Model 3120-AMX three phase input voltages, required input currents at full rated load and
recommended service input currents are stated as below.
INPUT CURRENT
(360-440 Hz optional)
( cost option )
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
208 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240 VAC ∆ ±10%, 47-63 Hz
220/380 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
230/400 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
240/416 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
277/480 VAC ±10%, 47-63 Hz
14
INPUT
CURRENT
SERVICE
RECOMMENDED
58 Arms
54 Arms
52 Arms
50 Arms
32 Arms
30 Arms
30 Arms
28 Arms
80 A
80 A
80 A
80 A
40 A
40 A
40 A
40 A
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER
OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE
DIRECT-COUPLED
The standard output voltage range for most of the AMX-Series Power Source is 0-135 VACl-n
when operated in the direct-coupled mode. Additionally, the Models 112-AMX, 125-AMX and
312-AMX can operate from 0 to 150 VACl-n. The voltages are stated for full rated load and
nominal input voltage applied.
TRANSFORMER-COUPLED
The output voltage range of the AMXT-Series Power Source varies when operated in the
transformer-coupled mode. Maximum output voltage is determined by the transformer turns
ratio. See list below for maximum output voltage vs. turns ratio.
TURNS RATIO
1.5:1
2.0:1
2.5:1
MAXIMUM OUTPUT VOLTAGE (No Load)
204 VACl-n
273 VACl-n
341 VACl-n
NOTE: Models 112-AMX, 125-AMX and 312-AMX require special consideration for
transformer-coupled operation. Please contact Pacific Power Source.
OUTPUT CURRENT
FULL-RATED CURRENT
The full-rated output current of the AMX-Series Power Source is listed below by model
number. Current is stated for output voltage set to 125 VACl-n. Refer to the Power Factor
Rating chart, Figure 2.1.2(A-N), for maximum current at reduced voltage. Output current
ratings are scaled appropriately when using transformer-coupled outputs.
MODEL
105-AMX
108-AMX
112-AMX
125-AMX
140-AMX
160-AMX
305-AMX
308-AMX
312-AMX
320-AMX
345-AMX
360-AMX
390-AMX
3120-AMX
1φ
Iout, rms
4A
6A
10 A
20 A
32 A
48 A
4A
6A
10 A
18 A
36 A
48 A
72 A
96 A
Iout, pk
40 A
40 A
40 A
90 A
140 A
210 A
45 A
45 A
45 A
60 A
165 A
210 A
330 A
410 A
2φ
Iout, rms Iout, pk
2A
20 A
3A
20 A
5A
20 A
10 A
45 A
16 A
70 A
16 A
70 A
2A
15 A
2A
15 A
3A
15 A
6A
20 A
12 A
55 A
16 A
70 A
24 A
110 A
32 A
140 A
3φ
Iout, rms
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.33 A
2A
3A
6A
12 A
16 A
24 A
32 A
Iout, pk
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
15 A
15 A
15 A
20 A
55 A
70 A
110 A
140 A
OVERLOAD OPERATION
The AMX-Series Power Source will deliver up to 150% of rated rms output current into unity
power factor loads at full-rated output voltage. Low output power factor, reduced output
voltage, and elevated ambient temperatures will increase the internal dissipation of the power
source and can cause overload shutdown due to over-temperature conditions. Length of
time to reach over-temperature varies with the models and the above parameters.
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(A)
MODEL 105-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(B)
MODEL 108-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
17
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(C)
MODEL 112-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
18
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(D) MODEL 125-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
19
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(E)
MODEL 140-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
20
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(F)
MODEL 160-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
21
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(G)
MODEL 305-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
22
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(H)
MODEL 308-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
23
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(I)
MODEL 312-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
24
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(J)
MODEL 320-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
25
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(K)
MODEL 345-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
26
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(L)
MODEL 360-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
27
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(M)
MODEL 390-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
28
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.1.2 OUTPUT POWER (cont.)
FIGURE 2.1.2(N)
MODEL 3120-AMX OUTPUT RATING CURVES
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2.1.3 OUTPUT POWER FACTOR
The AMX-Series Power Source is designed to operate into any load power factor. For load
power factors less than ±0.7, the available output power is rated as shown by the Power
Factor Rating chart of Figures 2.1.2(A-N).
2.1.4 OUTPUT FREQUENCY
The output frequency range of the AMX-Series Power Source is determined by the controller
which is installed in the system. Refer to the appropriate UPC manual for output frequency
specifications.
2.1.5 OUTPUT DISTORTION
The output distortion of the AMX-Series Power Source is typically:
Less than 0.10% THD for output frequencies in the range of 45 to 1,000 Hz.
Less than 0.25% for frequencies in the range of 20 to 5,000 Hz.
2.1.6 OUTPUT LOAD REGULATION
DIRECT-COUPLED
Load regulation of the AMX-Series Power Source is less than 0.25% when the system is
operated in the direct-coupled mode.
TRANSFORMER-COUPLED
Load regulation of the AMX-Series Power Source varies with Turns Ratio when the system is
operated in the transformer-coupled mode. Use of Continuous-Self-Calibration (CSC) or
current compensation improves load regulation to less than 0.10%. Uncompensated load
regulation is listed below.
TURNS RATIO
LOAD REGULATION (Uncompensated)
1.5:1
2.0:1
2.5:1
2%
4%
5%
2.1.7 INPUT LINE REGULATION
Input line regulation of the AMX-Series Power Source is less than 0.1% for a 10% change in
line voltage (provided, input line voltage remains within the specified range of ±10% of
nominal rating).
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2.1.8 OUTPUT BANDWIDTH
The output bandwidth of the AMX-Series Power Source is listed below.
Full Power:
45
20
to
to
500 Hz (±0.10 db [± 1%])
5,000 Hz (±0.25 db [± 3%])
Small Signal:
5
to
40,000 Hz (±3 db [±30%])
(rated at 10% of full-scale output voltage)
2.1.9 LOAD TRANSIENT RESPONSE
Output load transient response for a 0-100% load induced step transient is approximately
5 μsec.
2.1.10 OUTPUT DC OFFSET
The DC offset present on the output of the AMX-Series Power Source is less than 10 mVDC
for the Models 105, 108, 112, 305, 308, 312, and 320-AMX; and less than 5 mVDC for the
Models 125, 140, 160, 345, 360, 390, and 3120-AMX.
2.1.11 OUTPUT PROTECTION
The output of the AMX-Series Power Source is protected through the use of electronic current
limiting. The output will automatically recover when the output fault is removed. Thermal
overload protection is also provided. Refer to paragraph 2.3.3 for details.
Note:
The programmable controller also provides programmable current
limit. Refer to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.
2.1.12 OUTPUT CONTROL CHARACTERISTICS
Output control characteristics, sync I/O signals and metering capabilities are determined by
the controller which is installed. Refer to the appropriate controller manual for details.
2.1.13 OUTPUT ISOLATION
The output of the AMX-Series is galvanically isolated from the chassis and input power.
Maximum allowable output Neutral to Chassis voltage is 150 VAC. (Refer to Paragraph
3.4.4 for special considerations when using transformer-coupled outputs.)
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2.2
SPECIFICATIONS
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
This paragraph describes the mechanical characteristics of the AMX-Series Power Sources.
2.2.1 DIMENSIONS
POWER SOURCE:
Dimensions of the AMX-Series Power Sources are listed below.
MODEL 105-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
5.25" [134 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel);
16.75" [426 mm] (chassis)
23.00" [584 mm] (measured from back side of front panel, excludes terminal blocks)
70 lbs. [32 kg] (w/o output transformers);
97 lbs. [44 kg] (with output transformers)
Refer to Figure 2.2.1 for the outline drawing of the Model 105-AMX.
MODEL 108-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
5.25" [134 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 16.75" [426 mm] (chassis)
23.00" [584 mm] (measured from back side of front panel, excludes terminal blocks)
70 lbs. [32 kg] (w/o output transformers);
97 lbs. [44 kg] (with output transformers)
Refer to Figure 2.2.1 for the outline drawing of the Model 108-AMX.
MODEL 112-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
5.25" [134 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 16.75" [426 mm] (chassis)
23.00" [584 mm] (measured from back side of front panel, excludes terminal blocks)
80 lbs. [36 kg]
Refer to Figure 2.2.1 for the outline drawing of the Model 112-AMX.
MODEL 125-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
10.50" [267 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 17.00" [432 mm] (chassis)
23.50" [597 mm]
120 lbs. [54 kg]
Refer to Figure 2.2.3 for the outline drawing of the Model 125-AMX.
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2.2.1 DIMENSIONS (cont.)
POWER SOURCE:
MODEL 140-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
14.00" [356 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 17.00" [432 mm] (chassis)
23.50" [597 mm]
185 lbs. [84 kg]
Refer to Figure 2.2.3 for the outline drawing of the Model 140-AMX.
MODEL 160-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
14.00" [356 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 17.00" [432 mm] (chassis)
23.50" [597 mm]
195 lbs. [88 kg]
Refer to Figure 2.2.3 for the outline drawing of the Model 160-AMX.
MODEL 305-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
5.25" [134 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 16.75" [426 mm] (chassis)
23.00" [584 mm] (measured from back side of front panel, excludes terminal blocks)
74 lbs. [34 kg] (w/o output transformers);
100 lbs. [45 kg] (with output transformers)
Refer to Figure 2.2.1 for the outline drawing of the Model 305-AMX.
MODEL 308-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
5.25" [134 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 16.75" [426 mm] (chassis)
23.00" [584 mm] (measured from back side of front panel, excludes terminal blocks)
74 lbs. [34 kg] (w/o output transformers);
100 lbs. [45 kg] (with output transformers)
Refer to Figure 2.2.1 for the outline drawing of the Model 308-AMX.
MODEL 312-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
5.25" [134 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 16.75" [426 mm] (chassis)
23.00" [584 mm] (measured from back side of front panel, excludes terminal blocks)
80 lbs. [36 kg]
Refer to Figure 2.2.1 for the outline drawing of the Model 312-AMX.
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2.2.1 DIMENSIONS (cont.)
POWER SOURCE:
MODEL 320-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
8.75" [222 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 16.75" [426 mm] (chassis)
23.12" [587 mm] (measured from back side of front panel, excludes terminal blocks)
150 lbs. [68 kg]
Refer to Figure 2.2.2 for the outline drawing of the Model 320-AMX.
MODEL 345-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
14.00" [356 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 17.00" [432 mm] (chassis)
23.50" [597 mm]
190 lbs. [86 kg]
Refer to Figure 2.2.3 for the outline drawing of the Model 345-AMX.
MODEL 360-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
14.00" [356 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 17.00" [432 mm] (chassis)
23.50" [597 mm]
195 lbs. [88 kg]
Refer to Figure 2.2.3 for the outline drawing of the Model 360-AMX.
MODEL 390-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
28.00" [712 mm] (14.00" [356 mm] x 2ea)
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 17.00" [432 mm] (chassis)
23.50" [597 mm]
375 lbs [169 kg] (170 lbs. [77 kg] x 2ea)
Refer to Figure 2.2.4 for the outline drawing of the Model 390-AMX.
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2.2.1 DIMENSIONS (cont.)
POWER SOURCE:
MODEL 3120-AMX
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
28.00" [712 mm]
19.00" [483 mm]
23.50" [597 mm]
390 lbs [176 kg]
(14.00" [356 mm] x 2ea)
(front panel); 17.00" [432 mm] (chassis)
(180 lbs. [82 kg] x 2ea)
Refer to Figure 2.2.4 for the outline drawing of the Model 3120-AMX.
MAGNETICS MODULE:
(Houses Output Transformers used with 345-AMX through 3120-AMX power sources. Two
ea. required for 390-AMX and 3120-AMX systems.)
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
5.25" [134 mm]
19.00" [483 mm] (front panel); 16.75" [426 mm] (chassis)
23.50" [597 mm]
125 lbs. [57 kg]
Refer to Figure 2.2.4 for the outline drawing of the Magnetics Module.
2.2.2 INPUT POWER CONNECTION
Input power is brought into the AMX-Series Power Source via the rear panel.
An unterminated power cord is provided on the Models 105-AMX, 108-AMX, 112-AMX,
305-AMX, 308-AMX, 312-AMX, and 320-AMX.
A terminal block is provided on the Models 125-AMX, 140-AMX, 160-AMX, 345-AMX,
360-AMX, 390-AMX, and 3120-AMX.
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.2.2 INPUT POWER CONNECTION (cont.)
FIGURE 2.2.1 OUTLINE DRAWING, MODELS 105/108/112/305/308/312-AMX
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2.2.2 INPUT POWER CONNECTION (cont.)
!
!
!
FIGURE 2.2.2 OUTLINE DRAWING, MODEL 320-AMX
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.2.2 INPUT POWER CONNECTION (cont.)
FIGURE 2.2.3 OUTLINE DRAWING, MODELS 125/140/160/345/360-AMX
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.2.2 INPUT POWER CONNECTION (cont.)
FIGURE 2.2.4
OUTLINE DRAWING, MODELS 390 & 3120-AMX AND MAGNETICS MODULE
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SPECIFICATIONS
2.2.3 OUTPUT POWER CONNECTION
Output power connection is made at terminals at the back of the power source.
2.2.4 CHASSIS SLIDE MOUNTS
The chassis of the AMX-Series Power Source is designed to accept slide rails. These can
be provided as a cost option. For more information, contact your local sales representative
or the Pacific Power Source Sales Office.
2.3
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
This paragraph lists the environmental requirements of the AMX-Series Power Source.
2.3.1 TEMPERATURE RANGE
The AMX-Series Power Source is rated for full operation in ambient temperatures of 0 - 55C
and where the relative humidity is in the range of 0 - 95%, non-condensing.
2.3.2 COOLING
The AMX-Series Power Source utilizes thermally regulated forced-air cooling to maintain
proper temperatures throughout. The maximum airflow of each model is as following.
Maximum Airflow
Models
100 CMF
200 CMF
300 CMF
600 CMF
1200 CMF
105-AMX,108-AMX,305-AMX and 308-AMX
112-AMX and 312-AMX
125-AMX and 320-AMX
140-AMX,160-AMX,345-AMX and 360-AMX
390-AMX and 3120-AMX
2.3.3 THERMAL PROTECTION
The input power transformer is configured with a thermocouple which senses its temperature.
The power amplifier assemblies are also configured with temperature sensors. When the
transformer or any power amplifier exceeds maximum safe operating temperature, the output
relays are opened, disconnecting the load, and the Shutdown Lamp, located on the front
panel, is lighted.
The overtemperature shutdown fault must be manually reset. The fault can only be reset
after the over-temperature condition has ceased to exist and the Output Power Switch is
placed in the "OFF" position. Sending an Output Off command via the remote interface
(applies to programmable systems only) also resets a shutdown fault, provided that the
condition which originally caused the shutdown has been cleared. If the Output is turned off
and the shutdown condition has not been cleared, the power source will remain in the
shutdown state until the offending condition has cleared.
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3.0
INSTALLATION
This section describes the installation of the AMX-Series AC Power Source.
NOTE:
ETL LABELED UNITS ONLY
For models 105,108,112,305,308,312 and 320-AMX, an input power cord plug is
provided to meet ETL safety standard requirement.
For models 125,140, 345,360,390 and 3120-AMX, the input terminal block cover
is provided to meet ETL safety standard requirement. Use of the cover is
mandatory and “Knock-outs” are provided for wiring to the input terminal block.
3.1
CHASSIS PLACEMENT
The AMX-Series Power Source is designed to fit into a standard 19 inch rack. Provisions for
mounting slide rails are included in the chassis. The power source can also be used as a
bench-top unit, if desired.
WARNING
AMX-SERIES POWER SOURCES ARE HEAVY !
(VARIOUS MODELS WEIGH APPROX 70-195 lbs PER ASSY)
USE EXTREME CARE WHEN MOVING THE UNIT.
THE MAGNETICS MODULE, MODELS 125-AMX, 140-AMX, 160-AMX AND
320-AMX THROUGH 3120-AMX ARE NOT A ONE-PERSON LIFT,
AND MUST BE LIFTED BY TWO OR MORE INDIVIDUALS IN ORDER TO REDUCE
CHANCE OF PHYSICAL INJURY.
--------PACKING NOTICE-----IT IS THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT
UNITS ARE ADEQUATELY PACKAGED WHEN THEY ARE
MOVED TO A DIFFERENT LOCATION. THE UNITS SHOULD
ALWAYS BE PACKAGED IN THE ORIGINAL SHIPPING
CONTAINER WHEN MOVED OR RETURNED TO THE FACTORY
FOR SERVICE. INADEQUATE PACKAGING WILL RESULT IN
CHASSIS DAMAGE--INCURRING NON-WARRANTY SERVICE
COSTS.
--------PACKING NOTICE------
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3.1
INSTALLATION
CHASSIS PLACEMENT (cont.)
Upon receiving the power source, inspect the packaging for any indication of shipping
damage. Carefully unpack and inspect the power source. If any shipping damage is
evident, immediately contact the shipping company and Pacific Power Source.
Select an appropriate location for the unit. Key points to consider when locating the chassis
are:
1.
PROXIMITY TO THE LOAD - The power source should be located as close to the
load as possible. This helps to reduce distribution losses. These losses become
more critical as the output frequency increases.
2.
VENTILATION - The chassis requires good ventilation to adequately cool the internal
components. Airflow ranges from 200 to 1200 CFM.
The minimum clearance
requirement for each model is listed below.
Minimum Clearance Requirement
Models
12 inches front and back
125-AMX, 140-AMX, 160-AMX, 320-AMX,
345-AMX, 360-AMX, 390-AMX and
3120-AMX.
2 inches on each side and
12 inches to the rear
105-AMX, 108-AMX, 112-AMX, 305-AMX,
308-AMX, 312-AMX and 320-AMX
When the power source is placed in a 19 inch rack, it must be supported by either chassis
slides or full depth angle brackets. The front panel alone will not support the weight of the
power source. Chassis slides are available from Pacific Power Source as a cost option.
Call factory service for details.
After the location for the unit is selected, verify that the input voltage of the power source is
correct (Input voltage is stated on the system ID label). If it requires changing, refer to
Paragraph 3.3 for instructions.
Also check that the output transformer ratio is correct. If not, reconfigure to the desired ratio
as directed by Paragraph 3.2.
After the input voltage form and output transformer ratio have been verified, set the power
source into the rack or set it into its final position. Make input and output connections as
stated in paragraphs 3.3 and 3.4, respectively.
If either the Remote Interface (GPIB or RS-232) or External Sense feature is to be used, refer
to paragraphs 3.5 and 3.7 for connection.
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3.2
INSTALLATION
OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION
The AMX-Series Power Source can be configured for several different Output Voltage Ranges.
The standard output configurations are:
Direct
Coupled
Transformer
Ratio
VR1.5
Transformer
Coupled
VR2.0
VR2.5
Voltage Range
0-135 VACl-n
0-150 VACl-n
Model
Standard on most models.
112-AMX,125-AMX and 312-AMX
0-204 VACl-n
Models 105-AMXT, 108-AMXT, 140-AMXT,
160-AMXT, 305-AMXT, 308-AMXT, 320-AMXT,
345-AMXT, 360-AMXT, 390-AMXT and
3120-AMXT equipped with Magnetics Option.
0-273 VACl-n
Models 105-AMXT, 108-AMXT, 140-AMXT,
160-AMXT, 305-AMXT, 308-AMXT, 320-AMXT,
345-AMXT, 360-AMXT, 390-AMXT and
3120-AMXT equipped with Magnetics Option.
0-341 VACl-n
Models 105-AMXT, 108-AMXT, 140-AMXT,
160-AMXT, 305-AMXT, 308-AMXT, 320-AMXT,
345-AMXT, 360-AMXT, 390-AMXT and
3120-AMXT equipped with Magnetics Option.
The 0-135 through 0-150VAC output ranges are direct-coupled outputs and are always
available. Standard transformer output ratios are 1.5, 2.0 and 2.5 step-up ( custom ratios are
available on request). The output transformer tap will be configured at the factory as
specified. The system ID label or magnetic module ID label will state the factory set
transformer ratio. If a different ratio is required, re-connect the transformer wiring according
to the following diagrams. The ID label should be updated also.
Described in the following paragraphs are model specific controller details (Transformer Ratio
and Amps to Volts Ratio settings) that, although factory preset, must be set as described if
inadvertently changed or otherwise modified.
Configuration of the Output voltage consists of:
1) Verifying that the appropriate output transformer taps have been selected.
2) Verifying the proper setting of the Transformer Ratio Setting within the UPC.
3) Verifying the proper setting of the Amps to Volts Ratio Setting within the UPC
4) Calibration of the system.
Configuration varies from model to model.
The following paragraphs describe the
configuration settings of the available standard output ranges. Refer to the appropriate
paragraph for details. When custom output transformers have been installed, refer to
Section 9, Modifications. Any instructions stated in Section 9 take precedence over those
listed in the following paragraphs.
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3.2.1 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 105-AMXT and
108-AMXT
The Output Voltage Range for the Models 105-AMXT and 108-AMXT Power Sources can be
configured for either 0-135 VACl-n, 0-204 VACl-n, 0-273 VACl-n, or 0-341 VACl-n. The 0-204
VAC range is designated as the VR1.5 output form, the 0-273 VAC range is defined to be the
VR2.0 output form, and the 0-341 VAC range is defined as the VR2.5 output form. An
Output Transformer Assembly is required for the 204, 273, and 341 VAC output forms.
Installation of the VR1.5, VR2.0, or VR2.5 output forms is performed by the factory and can be
installed on existing units if needed.
Refer to Figure 3.2.1 for voltage range tap selection information.
TRANSFORMER RATIO ( Refer to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
The Transformer Ratio Setting is set to 1.5 for systems configured with the VR1.5 output form
The Transformer Ratio Setting is set to 2.0 for systems configured with the VR2.0 output form
The Transformer Ratio Setting is set to 2.5 for systems configured with the VR2.5 output form.
The Transformer Ratio Setting is set to 0.0 on systems not equipped with output transformers.
AMPS TO VOLTS RATIO
The Amps to Volts Ratio Setting of the UPC is always set to 6 for the Models 105-AMX and
108-AMX. (Refer to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details).
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3.2.1 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 105-AMXT and
108-AMXT (cont.)
FIGURE 3.2.1 MODELS 105 & 108-AMXT OUTPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION
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3.2.2 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 112-AMX
The Output Voltage Range for the Model 112-AMX Power Source can be configured for either
0-110 VACl-n, 0-125 VACl-n, 0-135 VACl-n, or 0-150 VACl-n. All ranges are direct-coupled
outputs and are provided to maximize output current for a given output voltage. The output
form of a system is configured differently, depending on which controller a system is equipped
with, (Refer to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
TRANSFORMER RATIO
The Transformer Ratio Setting of the UPC is always set to 0.0 in this model. (Refer to the
UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
AMPS TO VOLTS RATIO
The Amps to Volts Ratio Setting of the UPC is always set to 6 in the Model 112-AMX. (Refer
to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
3.2.3 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 125-AMX
This paragraph describes the configuration of the Output Voltage Range for the Model
125-AMX Power Source. This model is configured with a 0-150 VACl-n range. This range is
a direct-coupled output.
TRANSFORMER RATIO
The Transformer Ratio Setting of the UPC is always set to 0.0 in this model. (Refer to the
UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
AMPS TO VOLTS RATIO
The Amps to Volts Ratio Setting of the UPC is always set to 9 in the Model 125-AMX. (Refer
to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
3.2.4 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 305-AMXT and
308-AMXT
The Output Voltage Range for the Models 305-AMXT and 308-AMXT Power Sources can be
configured for either 0-135 VACl-n, 0-204 VACl-n, 0-273 VACl-n, or 0-341 VACl-n. The 0-204
VAC range is designated as the VR1.5 output form and the 0-273 VAC range is defined to be
the VR2.0 output form. An Output Transformer Assembly is required for the 204, 273 and
341 VAC output forms. Installation of the VR1.5, VR2.0 or VR2.5 output forms is performed
by the factory and can be installed on existing units not so equipped. Refer to Figure 3.2.4
for voltage range tap selection information.
TRANSFORMER RATIO (Refer to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
The Transformer Ratio Setting is set to 1.5 for systems configured with the VR1.5 output form.
The Transformer Ratio Setting is set to 2.0 for systems configured with the VR2.0 output form.
The Transformer Ratio Setting is set to 2.5 for systems configured with the VR2.5 output form.
The Transformer Ratio Setting is set to 0.0 for systems configured with the VR0.0 output form.
AMPS TO VOLTS RATIO
The Amps to Volts Ratio Setting of the UPC is always set to 6 in the Models 305-AMX and
308-AMX. (Refer to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
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3.2.4
INSTALLATION
OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 305-AMXT and
308-AMXT (cont.)
FIGURE 3.2.41 MODELS 305 & 308-AMXT OUTPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION
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3.2.5 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 312-AMX
The Output Voltage Range for the Model 312-AMX Power Source can be configured for either
0-110 VACl-n, 0-125 VACl-n, 0-135 VACl-n, or 0-150 VACl-n. All ranges are direct-coupled
outputs and are provided to maximize output current for a given output voltage. The output
form of a system is configured differently, depending on which controller a system is equipped
with (Refer to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
TRANSFORMER RATIO
The Transformer Ratio Setting of the UPC is always set to 0.0 in this model. (Refer to the
UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
AMPS TO VOLTS RATIO
The Amps to Volts Ratio Setting of the UPC is always set to 6 in the Model 312-AMX. (Refer
to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
3.2.6 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 140-AMXT,
160-AMXT, 320-AMXT, 345-AMXT, 360-AMXT, 390-AMXT and 3120-AMXT
The Output Voltage Range for the Models 140, 160, 320, 345, 360, 390, and 3120-AMXT
Power Sources can be configured for either 0-135 VACl-n, 0-204 VACl-n defined as the VR1.5
output form, 0-273 VACl-n defined as the VR2.0 output form or 0-341 VACl-n defined as the
VR2.5 output form. A Magnetics Module (Assembly No. 134350) is required for the VR1.5,
VR2.0, and VR2.5 output forms.
Refer to Figure 3.2.7 for location of components referenced below and range tap selection
information.
Conversion to the VR (X.X) output form is as follows:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Remove the top cover of the Magnetics Module.
Wire for (X.X):1 ratio as per wire table of Figure 3.2.7.
Replace top cover of Magnetics Module.
Connect Magnetics Module to the power source. The Magnetics Module is
connected to the power source by attaching P20 of the Magnetics Module to J20 of
the power source. Also be sure to connect the Chassis GND wire of the Magnetics
Module to the CHS GND stud on the rear panel of the power source.
Set the Transformer Ratio Setting of the UPC. (Refer to the UPC-Series Operation
Manual for details.)
Set the Amps to Volts Ratio Setting of the UPC (Refer to the UPC-Series Operation
Manual for details.)
Calibrate the power source as stated in Section 6 of this manual.
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3.2.6 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 140-AMXT,
160-AMXT, 320-AMXT, 345-AMXT, 360-AMXT, 390-AMXT and
3120-AMXT (cont.)
TRANSFORMER RATIO
Conversion to the VR1.5 output form, the Magnetics Module is wired for the 1.5:1 ratio and the
Transformer Ratio Setting of the UPC is set for 1.5.
Conversion to the VR2.0 output form, the Magnetics Module is wired for the 2.0:1 ratio and the
Transformer Ratio Setting of the UPC is set for 2.0.
Conversion to the VR2.5 output form, the Magnetics Module is wired for the 2.5:1 ratio and the
Transformer Ratio Setting of the UPC is set for 2.5.
The Transformer Ratio Setting of the UPC is set to 0.0 on systems without transformer-coupled
outputs.
AMPS TO VOLTS RATIO
The Amps to Volts Ratio Setting of the UPC is always set to 15 for the Models 140-AMX,
160-AMX, 345-AMX, and 360-AMX. (Refer to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
The Amps to Volts Ratio Setting of the UPC is always set to 30 for the Models 390-AMX and
3120-AMX. (Refer to the UPC-Series Operation Manual for details.)
While the above procedure can be performed in the field, Pacific Power Source recommends
that the system be returned to the factory when transformer-coupled outputs are to be added
to the system. This insures proper connection and calibration of the entire system.
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3.2.6 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 140-AMXT,
160-AMXT, 320-AMXT, 345-AMXT, 360-AMXT, 390-AMXT and
3120-AMXT (cont.)
FIGURE 3.2.71 MODELS 140/160/320/345/360/390/3120-AMXT OUTPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION
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3.3
INSTALLATION
INPUT POWER CONNECTION
Input voltage form and requirements of the input wiring for the AMX-Series Power Source
varies by model. Each is discussed in a separate paragraph. Please refer to the
appropriate paragraph for the model being configured.
3.3.1 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 105-AMX, 108-AMX,
305-AMX and 308-AMX
WARNING
DISCONNECT THIS UNIT FROM THE INPUT SERVICE BEFORE REMOVING TOP COVER.
HIGH VOLTAGE HAZARD PRESENT INSIDE UNIT WHEN TOP COVER IS REMOVED
AND STILL CONNECTED TO INPUT SERVICE.
The 105-AMX, 108-AMX, 305-AMX and 308-AMX Power Sources have been designed to
accept most standard single phase input voltage forms. This is accomplished through the
use of a tapped, input power transformer. Configuring the proper input form is simply a
matter of setting jumpers in the appropriate positions. The system is designed for use with
input frequencies of 47 to 63 Hz. (Optionally, the systems may be used with input
frequencies of up to 440 Hz. Contact the factory for details.)
Figure 3.3.1 shows the location of the various jumpers which need to be moved to change
input voltage form. The position of these jumpers is listed on the accompanying table.
To change the input power form, remove the top cover, then connect the jumpers as stated in
the table for the desired input voltage. Jumpers are located on the input power transformer
(T1). Refer to the table in Figure 3.3.1 for the proper setting.
After configuring the input voltage form, check connections and ensure that they are tight and
in the correct position. Replace the top cover.
CAUTION
CONNECTION OF THIS UNIT TO IMPROPER INPUT VOLTAGES WILL
CAUSE CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE TO THE POWER SOURCE.
READ THE INPUT VOLTAGE LABEL AND CONNECT TO THAT INPUT VOLTAGE ONLY.
IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT THE FACTORY
The 105-AMX, 108-AMX, 305-AMX and 308-AMX Power Sources are then connected to an
appropriate outlet via the input power cord. Refer to Paragraph 2.1.1 for minimum input
service requirements of the various input voltage forms.
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3.3.1 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 105-AMX, 108-AMX,
305-AMX and 308-AMX (cont.)
FIGURE 3.3.1 MODELS 105/108/305/308-AMX INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION
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3.3.2 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 112-AMX and 312-AMX
WARNING
DISCONNECT THIS UNIT FROM THE INPUT SERVICE BEFORE REMOVING TOP COVER.
HIGH VOLTAGE HAZARD PRESENT INSIDE UNIT WHEN TOP COVER IS REMOVED
AND STILL CONNECTED TO INPUT SERVICE.
The 112 and 312-AMX Power Sources have been designed to accept most standard single
phase input voltage forms. This is accomplished through the use of a tapped, input power
transformer. Configuring the proper input form is simply a matter of setting jumpers in the
appropriate positions. The system is designed for use with input frequencies of 47 to 63 Hz.
Figure 3.3.2 shows the location of the various jumpers which need to be moved to change
input voltage form. The position of these jumpers is listed on the accompanying table.
To change the input power form, remove the top cover, then connect the jumpers as stated in
the table for the desired input voltage. Jumpers are located on the input power transformer
(T1). Refer to the table in Figure 3.3.2 for the proper setting.
After configuring the input voltage form, check connections and ensure that they are tight and
in the correct position. Replace the top cover.
CAUTION
CONNECTION OF THIS UNIT TO IMPROPER INPUT VOLTAGES WILL CAUSE
CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE TO THE POWER SOURCE.
READ THE INPUT VOLTAGE LABEL AND CONNECT TO THAT INPUT VOLTAGE ONLY.
IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT THE FACTORY.
The 112 or 312-AMX is then connected to an appropriate outlet via the input power cord.
Refer to Paragraph 2.1.1 for minimum input service requirements of the various input voltage
forms.
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3.3.2
INSTALLATION
INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 112-AMX and 312-AMX (cont.)
FIGURE 3.3.2 MODELS 112 & 312-AMX INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION
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3.3.3 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 320-AMX
WARNING
DISCONNECT THIS UNIT FROM THE INPUT SERVICE BEFORE REMOVING TOP COVER.
HIGH VOLTAGE HAZARD PRESENT INSIDE UNIT WHEN TOP COVER IS REMOVED
AND STILL CONNECTED TO INPUT SERVICE.
The 320-AMX Power Source has been designed to accept most standard three phase input
voltage forms. This is accomplished through the use of a tapped input power transformer.
Configuring the proper input form is simply a matter of setting jumpers in the appropriate
positions. The system is designed for use with input frequencies of 47 to 63 Hz. (Optionally,
the system may be used with input frequencies of up to 440 Hz. Contact the factory for
details.)
Figure 3.3.3 shows the location of the various jumpers which need to be moved to change
input voltage form. The position of these jumpers is listed on the accompanying table.
To change the input power form, remove the top cover, then connect the jumpers as stated in
the table for the desired input voltage. Refer to the table in Figure 3.3.3 for the proper
setting.
After configuring the input voltage form, check connections and ensure that they are tight and
in the correct position. Replace the top cover.
CAUTION
CONNECTION OF THIS UNIT TO IMPROPER INPUT VOLTAGES WILL CAUSE
CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE TO THE POWER SOURCE.
READ THE INPUT VOLTAGE LABEL AND CONNECT TO THAT INPUT VOLTAGE ONLY.
IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT THE FACTORY.
The 320-AMX is then connected to an appropriate distribution panel via the input power cord.
Refer to Paragraph 2.1.1 for minimum input service requirements of the various input voltage
forms.
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3.3.3 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 320-AMX (cont.)
FIGURE 3.3.3 MODEL 320-AMX INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION
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3.3.4 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 125-AMX
WARNING
DISCONNECT THIS UNIT FROM THE INPUT SERVICE BEFORE REMOVING TOP COVER.
HIGH VOLTAGE HAZARD PRESENT INSIDE UNIT WHEN TOP COVER IS REMOVED
AND STILL CONNECTED TO INPUT SERVICE.
The 125-AMX Power Source has been designed to accept most standard three phase input
voltage forms. This is accomplished through the use of tapped input power transformers.
Configuring the proper input form is simply a matter of setting jumpers in the appropriate
positions. The system is designed for use with input frequencies of 47 to 63 Hz. (Optionally,
the system may be used with input frequencies of up to 440 Hz. Contact the factory for
details.)
Figure 3.3.4 shows the location of the various jumpers which need attention relative to input
voltage form. The position of these jumpers is listed on the accompanying table.
The first step in configuring the input power form, remove the top cover, then connect the
jumpers as stated in the table for the desired input voltage. Refer to the table in Figure 3.3.4
for the proper setting.
After configuring the input voltage form, check connections and ensure that they are tight and
in the correct position. Replace the top cover.
CAUTION
CONNECTION OF THIS UNIT TO IMPROPER INPUT VOLTAGES WILL CAUSE
CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE TO THE POWER SOURCE.
READ THE INPUT VOLTAGE LABEL AND CONNECT TO THAT INPUT VOLTAGE ONLY.
IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT THE FACTORY.
The 125-AMX is then connected to an appropriate distribution panel via the terminal block.
Refer to Paragraph 2.1.1 for minimum input service requirements of the various input voltage
forms.
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3.3.4 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODEL 125-AMX (cont.)
FIGURE 3.3.4 MODEL 125-AMX INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION
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3.3.5 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 140-AMX, 160-AMX,
345-AMX, 360-AMX, 390-AMX and 3120-AMX
WARNING
DISCONNECT THIS UNIT FROM THE INPUT SERVICE BEFORE REMOVING TOP COVER.
HIGH VOLTAGE HAZARD PRESENT INSIDE UNIT WHEN TOP COVER IS REMOVED
AND STILL CONNECTED TO INPUT SERVICE.
The 140-AMX, 160-AMX, 345-AMX, 360-AMX, 390-AMX and 3120-AMX Power Sources have
been designed to accept most standard three phase input voltage forms. This is
accomplished through the use of a tapped input power transformer. Configuring the proper
input form is simply a matter of setting jumpers in the appropriate positions. The system is
designed for use with input frequencies of 47 to 63 Hz. (Optionally, the systems may be
used with input frequencies of up to 440 Hz. Contact the factory for details.)
Figure 3.3.5 shows the location of the various jumpers which need to be moved to change
input voltage form. The position of these jumpers is listed on the accompanying table.
The first step in configuring the input power form, remove the top cover, then connect the
jumpers as stated in the table for the desired input voltage. Refer to the table in Figure 3.3.5
for the proper setting.
After configuring the input voltage form, check connections and ensure that they are tight and
in the correct position. Replace the top cover.
CAUTION
CONNECTION OF THIS UNIT TO IMPROPER INPUT VOLTAGES WILL CAUSE
CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE TO THE POWER SOURCE.
READ THE INPUT VOLTAGE LABEL AND CONNECT TO THAT INPUT VOLTAGE ONLY.
IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT THE FACTORY.
The AMX-Series Power Source is then connected to an appropriate distribution panel via the
terminal block. Refer to Paragraph 2.1.1 for minimum input service requirements of the
various input voltage forms.
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3.3.5 INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION, MODELS 140-AMX, 160-AMX,
345-AMX, 360-AMX, 390-AMX and 3120-AMX (cont.)
FIGURE 3.3.5 MODELS 140/160/345/360/390/3120-AMX INPUT VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION
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3.3.6 INPUT POWER WIRING REQUIREMENTS
WARNING
LETHAL VOLTAGE PRESENT AT INPUT TERMINALS OF THIS MACHINE.
ALWAYS CONNECT "CHS or GND" TERMINAL TO EARTH POTENTIAL.
FAILURE TO DO SO WILL CREATE A SHOCK HAZARD.
The Models 105-AMX, 108-AMX, 112-AMX, 305-AMX, 308-AMX, 312-AMX and 320-AMX are
supplied with an input power cord. Install an appropriate plug onto the end of the power cord
and connect to the proper outlet. Refer to paragraph 2.1.1 for recommended input service of
the configured input voltage form.
Wire Color
Wire Color
( US Models )
( CE Models )
LINE ( HI )
Black
Brown
SINGLE NEUTRAL ( LO )
White
Blue
PHASE
GROUND ( CHS )
Green
Green/Yellow
THREE
PHASE
LINE 1 ( L1 or A )
LINE 2 ( L2 or B )
LINE 3 ( L3 or C )
GROUND ( CHS )
Black
White
Red
Green
Brown
Black
Grey
Green/Yellow
The input power of the Models 125-AMX, 140-AMX, 160-AMX, 345-AMX, 360-AMX, 390-AMX
and 3120-AMX is connected to the Input Power Terminal Block located on the rear panel of
the power source. In this case the input wiring is brought to this terminal block from the
distribution panel. The connection points are labeled "A," "B," "C," "N," and "CHS." The
input wiring is connected to these points in the appropriate order with CHS being the safety
ground or earth potential. The AMX-Series Power Source is not sensitive to phase rotation
of the input voltage. For all standard DELTA input voltage forms (208, 220, and 240VAC)
and WYE input voltage forms (220/380VAC, 230/400VAC 240/416VAC, and 277/480VAC),
the "N" terminal is not used. Refer to Figure 3.3.6 for the proper wire size to be used with the
configured input power form.
CAUTION
CONNECTION OF THIS UNIT TO IMPROPER INPUT VOLTAGES WILL CAUSE
CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE TO THE POWER SOURCE.
READ THE INPUT VOLTAGE LABEL AND CONNECT TO THAT INPUT VOLTAGE ONLY.
IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT THE FACTORY.
NOTE: It is the user's responsibility to meet all local and national electrical codes when
installing this equipment.
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3.3.6 INPUT POWER WIRING REQUIREMENTS (cont.)
FIGURE 3.3.6 MODELS 140/160/345/360/390/3120-AMX INPUT WIRING DIAGRAM
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3.4
INSTALLATION
OUTPUT POWER CONNECTION
The connection of the load to the output of the AMX-Series Power Source is described in this
section.
3.4.1 SINGLE PHASE OUTPUT
The wiring requirements for a low range ( 0-135, 0-150 VAC ) single phase load are shown in
Figures 3.4.1.1 and 3.4.1.2.
WARNING
LETHAL VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT AT THE OUTPUT TERMINALS OF THIS MACHINE !
REFER OUTPUT CONNECTION TO A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
The output power is taken from the terminal block located on the rear panel of the chassis
labeled "OUTPUT POWER." The Output Form is set for FORM 1 when this type of load is
attached.
The high side of the load is connected to the "1φ" terminal (the "L1" terminal on the Model
125-AMX) when making connections to an AMX-Series Power Source. The "N" ( "L2"
terminal on the Model 125-AMX) terminal is the low side of the output. The low side of the
load connects to this terminal in all models.
The "CHS" terminal must always be connected to the chassis of the load. Since the output
is isolated, either output terminal (direct-coupled output only) may be connected to chassis.
This allows the user to re-establish a local ground for the output. The output must be referenced to chassis somewhere, preferably neutral. Unless demanded otherwise by a particular application, Pacific Power Source recommends that a jumper be installed across the
"N" ("L2" for Model 125-AMX) and "CHS" terminals of the Output Terminal block.
The "N" terminal of the Output Power Terminal Block must always be connected to the
"CHS" terminal when using transformer-coupled outputs. Refer to Paragraph 3.4.4 for
special considerations when using transformer-coupled output forms.
Refer to Paragraph 3.7 for connection of the External Sense Input, when used.
NOTE:
It is the user's responsibility to meet all local and national electrical
codes when installing this equipment.
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3.4.1 SINGLE PHASE OUTPUT (cont.)
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FIGURE 3.4.1.1 MODELS 105/108/112/305/308/312/320-AMX
SINGLE PHASE OUTPUT CONNECTION
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3.4.1 SINGLE PHASE OUTPUT (cont.)
FIGURE 3.4.1.2
MODELS 125/140/160/345/360/390/3120-AMX
SINGLE PHASE OUTPUT CONNECTION
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3.4.2 SPLIT PHASE OUTPUT
The wiring requirements for high range ( 0-270, 0-300VAC ) 220 VAC, 1φ, or split phase
direct-coupled loads are shown in Figures 3.4.2.1 and 3.4.2.2. Split Phase or 2 Phase
operation is defined to be two voltage vectors (Va and Vb) which are equal in magnitude and
separated by 180.
WARNING
LETHAL VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT AT THE OUTPUT TERMINALS OF THIS MACHINE !
REFER OUTPUT CONNECTION TO A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
The output power is taken from the terminal block located on the rear panel of the chassis
labeled "OUTPUT POWER." The Output Form is set for FORM 2 when this type of load is
attached.
This power form has a direct-coupled voltage range of 0-270 VACl-l (0-300 VACl-l on
112/312/125-AMX) and is well-suited for driving 220 VAC single phase loads. In this case,
the high side of the load is connected to the "φA" terminal (the "L1" terminal on the Model
125-AMX) and the low side of the load to the "φB" terminal (the "L2" terminal on the Model
125-AMX). The "N" terminal is not used with this type of load.
Some loads require three connections (Va-N-Vb or L1-N-L2). This type of load is commonly
referred to as the "Split Phase" type ( not available with the Model 125-AMX). In this case,
the "N" terminal of the output terminal block is used in addition to the wiring described above.
Refer to Figures 3.4.2.1 and 3.4.2.2 for connection details.
The "CHS" terminal must always be connected to the chassis of the load. Since the output
is isolated, any output terminal (direct-coupled output only) may be connected to chassis.
This allows the user to re-establish a local ground for the output. The output (preferably
Neutral) must be referenced to chassis somewhere. Unless demanded otherwise by a particular application, Pacific Power Source recommends that a jumper be installed across the
"N" ("L2" terminal for Model 125-AMX) and "CHS" terminals of the Output Terminal block.
The "N" terminal of the Output Power Terminal Block must always be connected to the
"CHS" terminal when using transformer-coupled outputs. Refer to Paragraph 3.4.4 for
special considerations when using transformer-coupled output forms.
Refer to Paragraph 3.7 for connection of the External Sense Input, when used.
NOTE:
It is the user's responsibility to meet all local and national electrical
codes when installing this equipment.
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3.4.2 SPLIT PHASE OUTPUT (cont.)
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FIGURE 3.4.2.1
MODELS 105/108/112/305/308/312/320-AMX
SPLIT PHASE OUTPUT CONNECTION
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3.4.2 SPLIT PHASE OUTPUT (cont.)
FIGURE 3.4.2.2 MODELS 125/140/160/345/360/390/3120-AMX
SPLIT PHASE OUTPUT CONNECTION
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3.4.3 THREE PHASE OUTPUT
The wiring requirements for three phase loads (WYE or DELTA) are shown in Figures 3.4.3.1
and 3.4.3.2.
WARNING
LETHAL VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT AT THE OUTPUT TERMINALS OF THIS MACHINE!
REFER OUTPUT CONNECTION TO A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
The output power is taken from the terminal block located on the rear panel of the chassis
labeled "OUTPUT POWER". This Output Form is set for FORM 3 when these types of load
are connected.
This power form has a direct-coupled voltage range of 0-135 VACl-n. WYE loads are
connected to "φA," "φB," "φC," and "N" terminals as shown in Figures 3.4.3.1 and 3.4.3.2.
In the case of DELTA loads, the "N" terminal is not used.
The "CHS" terminal must always be connected to the chassis of the load. Since the output
is isolated, any output terminal (direct-coupled output only) may be connected to chassis.
This allows the user to re-establish a local ground for the output. The output (preferably
Neutral) must be referenced to chassis somewhere. Unless demanded otherwise by a particular application, Pacific Power Source recommends that a jumper be installed across the
"N" and "CHS" terminals of the Output Terminal block.
The "N" terminal of the Output Power Terminal Block must always be connected to the
"CHS" terminal when using transformer-coupled outputs. Refer to Paragraph 3.4.4 for
special considerations when using transformer-coupled output forms.
Refer to Paragraph 3.7 for connection of the External Sense Input, when used.
NOTE:
It is the user's responsibility to meet all local and national electrical
codes when installing this equipment.
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3.4.3 THREE PHASE OUTPUT (cont.)
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FIGURE 3.4.3.1 MODELS
305/308/312/320-AMX THREE PHASE OUTPUT CONNECTION
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3.4.3 THREE PHASE OUTPUT (cont.)
FIGURE 3.4.3.2
MODELS 345/360/390/3120-AMX THREE PHASE OUTPUT CONNECTION
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3.4.4 TRANSFORMER OUTPUTS - SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
OUTPUT GROUNDING
The output of the AMX-Series Power Source is electrically isolated from the input power and
earth ground. This allows the user to establish a local ground for the output of the Power
Source. The AMX-Series Power Source is designed to withstand voltage potentials of 150
VAC between the Neutral output terminal and chassis ground.
When using the direct-coupled outputs, any output or neutral may be connected to chassis.
Since the line to neutral voltage cannot exceed 150 VAC, the voltage stress from neutral to
chassis never exceeds designed limits.
In the case of transformer-coupled outputs, neutral must be connected to chassis ground
(either locally or remotely), because line to neutral voltages can be greater than 150 VAC. If
a phase voltage (Va, Vb, or Vc) were connected to chassis, the voltage could exceed the 150
VAC limit specified for the neutral to chassis voltage. Neutral must remain within 150 VAC of
chassis (earth ground) at all times.
LOW FREQUENCY OPERATION
AMX-Series output transformers are designed to operate from 45 to 5,000 Hz. In the case of
steady-state sine wave output, operation at frequencies as low as 30 Hz (125 VAC Vpri) is
possible. Operation at lower frequencies ( below 30Hz ) may cause saturation of the output
transformers, but at reduced output voltages, lower frequency operation is possible. The
VoltSecond Product of the output MUST NOT exceed the maximum VoltSecond rating of the
transformer to prevent saturation of the transformers when operating at lower frequencies.
For example, to determine the value of reduced voltage at 20Hz operation of the transformer
described above,
1. Calculate the VoltSecond Product maximum value of the transformer at 30Hz and 125 Vac
T30 Hz 
1
1

 0.033 sec
Freq 30 Hz
Volt  Sec max  T30 Hz  V rms  0.033  125  4.125volt  sec
2. Calculate the reduced output voltage value at 20Hz with maximum Volt Second Product
value
T20 Hz 
1
1

 0.050 sec
Freq 20 Hz
Volts 
Volt  Sec max 4.125volt  sec

 82.5volts
T20 Hz
0.050 sec
Therefore, to prevent output transformer saturation at 20Hz operation, the maximum primary
voltage of the transformer should be 82.5Vac.
Systems with transformers connected to the output require special attention when designing
transient profiles (applicable to systems w/UPC). It is possible to design transients in which
the DC Component of the periodic waveform is not zero. Attempting to push DC voltage
through the transformer will cause saturation of the device.
However, the output
transformers are designed to support a single event, half-cycle dropout at 125 VACpri, 50 Hz
without saturating. Continuous operation with an asymmetrical waveform (DC component 
0) will cause saturation.
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3.4.5 MASTER - SLAVE PARALLELING INTERCONNECTIONS (M5283)
The paralleling option, M5283, for models 140, 160, 345, and 360AMX provides the ability to create a
multi-unit AC Power Source system that parallels up to five power sources for increased power.
Paralleled units must all be the same model, and each system must contain at least one designated
master unit, however, any combination of master/slave selectable or dedicated slave units may
connected to the designated master.
Basic instructions to configure a two chassis system follow. For systems equipped with this option,
Section 9 of the manual will include additional operation and connection detail.
WARNING
LETHAL VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT AT THE OUTPUT TERMINALS OF THIS MACHINE !
REFER OUTPUT CONNECTION TO A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
DE-ENERGIZE ALL POWER SOURCES BEFORE INSTALLING OR
CHANGING ANY REAR PANEL CONNECTORS.
CONNECTION OF A TWO CHASSIS SYSTEM:
Refer to Figure 3.4.5.1 for the connections required to parallel the two power sources. All
paralleled units must have the paralleling option installed.
On the rear of each power source:
1. On the designated Master Power Source, set the Master-Slave switch (S21) to the
Master position (a designated Master must contain a UPC-32 or UPC-12 controller).
2. On the designated Slave Power Source, set the Master-Slave switch (S21) to Slave
(designated Slave may contain, but does not require a UPC-32 or UPC-12 controller).
3. Connect the supplied Paralleling Interconnect cable to the Master-Slave connectors
(J21) on both power sources.
4. Connect the output terminals of both power sources to each other. i.e. connect the
ØA output terminal of the Master to the ØA terminal of the Slave. Repeat for all
available phases and Neutral.
NOTE: All output wires must be of the same guage and length.
5. Connect the Chassis “CHS” terminals of both power sources together with the
appropriate ring lug and wire (not supplied).
6. If present, connect each Magnetics Module to its Power Source at (P20) as shown in
Figure 3.4.5.1.
NOTE: The chassis, “CHS” and neutral, ”N” terminals must always be
connected to both power sources.
Output power connections from the power sources to the load are made at the “OUTPUT POWER”
terminal block at the rear panel of the Master power source only (refer paragraphs 3.4.1 through 3.4.4
for detailed instructions). External sense connection is made in the standard fashion on the
designated Master power source as well (refer to paragraph 3.7 for detailed instructions). The
remote interface (GPIB or RS-232) connector, J4, and the AUX I/O connector, J5, are active and
should only be connected to the designated master.
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3.4.5 MASTER - SLAVE PARALLELING INTERCONNECTIONS (M5283) (cont.)
ROUTINE POWER-UP, PARALLELED SYSTEM
The following procedure is recommended to turn on paralleled systems after it has been
verified that the installation is correct.
WARNING
LETHAL VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT AT THE OUTPUT TERMINALS OF THIS MACHINE!
1.
Set the OUTPUT POWER switch of the Master Chassis (that which has the controller
installed) to the OFF position. The Output Power Switch of the Slave chassis is
disabled. Switch the INPUT POWER switch of the Master chassis to the ON
position. Switch the INPUT POWER switch of the Slave chassis to the ON position.
This sequence is recommended so that the power amplifiers of the system operate in
a controlled manner during power-up. The controller will light up and begin to
display output data. The value of the output parameters will be set as programmed
in the UPC.
2.
Set the OUTPUT POWER switch of the Master chassis to the ON/AUTO position and
press the OUTPUT ENABLE button of the UPC to be ON.
CAUTION
DO NOT CONNECT ANY LOADS TO THE OUTPUT OF THE POWER SOURCE UNTIL THE
OUTPUT VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY HAVE BEEN VERIFIED AS CORRECT.
APPLICATION OF IMPROPER VOLTAGE OR FREQUENCY CAN DAMAGE USER LOADS.
NOTE:
Paralleled units must all be the same model. That is, only a
345-AMX may be paralleled with a 345-AMX, a 160-AMX may
only be paralleled with a 160-AMX. Connection with dissimilar
power sources will likely cause an output fault and may cause
damage to the equipment or the load.
It is the installer’s responsibility to meet all local and national
electrical codes when installing this equipment.
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3.4.5 MASTER - SLAVE PARALLELING INTERCONNECTIONS (M5283) (cont.)
SYSTEM TURN-OFF, PARALLELED SYSTEM
This paragraph describes the procedure used to turn off the paralleled systems.
The paralleled systems are turned off by:
1.
Setting the OUTPUT POWER Switch of the Master chassis (which has the controller
installed) to the OFF position.
2.
Opening the INPUT POWER circuit breaker of the Slave chassis.
3.
Opening the INPUT POWER circuit breaker of the Master chassis.
CAUTION
It is recommended that only the OUTPUT POWER switch of the Master chassis be used to remove
power to a load. The INPUT POWER switch of the Slave chassis should never be turned to the OFF
position with a load attached to the system as it will subject the Master chassis to all the load current
being delivered by the system. This will cause an overtemp shutdown if the load exceeds the Master
chassis' system ratings. Also, the Master chassis INPUT POWER switch should never be used to
remove power to a load since it drives all the control circuits for the paralleled system.
CONNECTION OF THE THREE TO FIVE CHASSIS
Interconnection for larger systems (3-5 power sources) is similar to these instructions with the
exception of output wiring to the load. For instructions on how to install and operate a higher power
system, refer to section 9.0 of this manual.
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3.4.5 MASTER - SLAVE PARALLELING INTERCONNECTIONS (M5283) (cont.)
FIGURE 3.4.5.1 MODELS 140,160, 345 & 360-AMX M5283 TWO CHASSIS INTERCONNECTION
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3.5
INSTALLATION
REMOTE INTERFACE
The programmable controller (UPC-Series Controller) is supplied with one of two remote
interfaces. These are the GPIB (General Purpose Interface Bus) or RS-232 Interface.
Connection information relative to these interfaces is described in detail in the UPC-Series
Operation manual.
3.6
AUX I/O INSTALLATION
The Auxiliary Input/Output signals may vary between the different controllers. However, the
method of connection remains the same.
The AUX I/O connector contains synchronizing outputs (digital) and modulation inputs
(analog). These are extremely useful in certain test applications. The use of any of these
signals is optional and connection to these points is required only when these features are
used.
The AUX I/O connector is located on the rear panel of the power source and is labeled as
such. This is a DB-25S connector. A DB-25P connector is required for connection to AUX
I/O connector.
All signals contained within the AUX I/O connector are low-level (less than ±15 VDC) and are
with respect to earth ground reference. Refer to the appropriate controller operation manual
for complete definition of the signals present on the AUX I/O connector.
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3.7
INSTALLATION
EXTERNAL SENSE CONNECTION
This paragraph describes connection of external sense leads to the AMX-Series Power
Source. External Sense wire size and methods are discussed.
The AMX-Series Power Source contains External Sense Circuits. These circuits measure
output voltage at an external sense point. Since this feature can be completely disabled, the
wiring detailed in this paragraph is optional. If the External Sense feature is desired, connect
the sense wires as described here.
WARNING
LETHAL VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT AT THE OUTPUT TERMINALS OF THIS MACHINE !
REFER OUTPUT CONNECTION TO A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
Figures 3.7.1 and 3.7.2 show external sense wiring for 1, 2, and 3φ systems. There is little
or no current flowing through the External Sense metering lines. Standard 22 AWG, 600 Volt
(0.050” or 1.27mm ) control wire is recommended for this application. Twisting the External
Sense wiring is recommended and, in some cases, can improve performance. In noisy
environments, shielding may become necessary. If shielded cable is used, be sure to
ground the shield at one end only, to prevent the possibility of creating a ground loop.
When wiring the External Sense Leads to a DELTA load (refer to paragraph 3.4.3), connect
the Neutral terminal of the External Sense Terminal block to the Neutral terminal of the Output
Terminal block.
When the neutral wire is not used by the load on a split phase output (2 Phase Output Mode,
refer to paragraph 3.4.2), connect the Neutral terminal of the External Sense Terminal block to
the Neutral terminal of the Output Power Terminal block. In cases where the load has a
neutral terminal, connect the neutral lead from External Sense Terminal block to the neutral
terminal of the load.
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3.7
INSTALLATION
EXTERNAL SENSE CONNECTION (cont.)
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FIGURE 3.7.1 MODELS 105/108/305/308/112/312/320-AMX EXTERNAL SENSE CONNECTION
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INSTALLATION
EXTERNAL SENSE CONNECTION (cont.)
FIGURE 3.7.2 MODELS 125/140/160/345/360/390/3120-AMX EXTERNAL SENSE CONNECTION
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4.0
OPERATION
This section describes the operation of an AMX-Series AC Power Source. The procedure
described in the following paragraphs is a general procedure common to all systems (except
as noted). This procedure does not detail operation of a specific controller. Refer to the
appropriate controller manual for detailed information regarding the installed controller.
4.1
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
Figure 4.1 is a front view of the Model 320-AMX with a UPC-32 controller installed, showing
the location of the front panel controls and indicators of the 320-AMX-Series Power Source.
The front panel control layout is similar in all AMX-Series models. Refer to the UPC-Series
OPERATION MANUAL for information about the installed controller.
1.
INPUT POWER SWITCH (Circuit Breaker)
The circuit Breaker is used as the main input ON/OFF control and protects the power
source from drawing excessive input current from the input AC line.
2.
OUTPUT POWER SWITCH and INDICATORS
This Switch is used to control the output contactor of the AMX-Series Power Source.
Indicators show the state of the output contactor. If the power source shuts down for
the case of over-temperature or other internal fault, shutdown is reset when the
Output Power Switch is set to OFF and the fault has cleared. Refer to Paragraph 4.5
for details.
3.
OUTPUT COUPLING INDICATORS
LED's which show the Output Coupling of the power source.
4.
OUTPUT FORM INDICATORS
LEDs show the Output Form that is active. (The 3 Phase indicator is not present on
the Models 105, 108, 112, 125, 140, 160-AMX.)
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OPERATION
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS (cont.)
2.
1. INPUT
3.
OUTPUT POWER SWITCH
and INDICATORS
POWER SWITCH
OUTPUT COUPLING INDICATORS
4.
OUTPUT FORM INIDCATORS
MODEL 320−AMX
w/ UPC−32 Controller
FIGURE 4.1
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
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4.2
OPERATION
INITIAL POWER-UP
To turn on the AMX-Series Power Source for the first time, the steps below are the
recommended order of operation.
WARNING
LETHAL VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT AT THE OUTPUT TERMINALS OF THIS MACHINE!
1.
For new installations, check input connections (including proper input voltage). Do
not connect the load at this time. Also verify that the OUTPUT POWER switch is in
the OFF position.
2.
Switch the INPUT POWER switch to the ON position. The controller will light up and
begin to display data.
3.
Set the controller for the desired output voltage, frequency, phase angles, etc.
(Refer to the appropriate controller operation manual for details regarding adjustment
of output parameters.)
4.
Set the OUTPUT POWER switch to the ON/AUTO position.
button of the UPC must be ON.
The OUTPUT ENABLE
CAUTION
DO NOT CONNECT ANY LOADS TO THE OUTPUT OF THE POWER SOURCE UNTIL THE OUTPUT
VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY HAVE BEEN VERIFIED AS CORRECT.
APPLICATION OF IMPROPER VOLTAGE OR FREQUENCY CAN DAMAGE USER LOADS.
5.
Verify proper voltage, frequency and waveform at the output terminal block. If the
output is not correct, set the proper output values. Refer to the controller manual for
details.
6.
Once the correct output is verified, turn the system OFF by first setting the OUTPUT
POWER SWITCH to the OFF position and then opening the INPUT POWER
SWITCH. Connect the load.
7.
Re-start the unit beginning at step 2, above. Verify that the system delivers power to
the load.
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4.3
OPERATION
ROUTINE POWER-UP
The following procedure is recommended to turn-on paralleled systems after it has been
verified that the installation is correct.
WARNING
LETHAL VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT AT THE OUTPUT TERMINALS OF THIS MACHINE!
1.
Set the OUTPUT POWER switch to the OFF position.
Switch the INPUT POWER switch to the ON position. The controller will light up and
begin to display output data. The value of the output parameters will be set as
programmed in the UPC.
2.
Set the OUTPUT POWER switch to the ON/AUTO position and the OUTPUT
ENABLE button of the UPC must be ON.
CAUTION
DO NOT CONNECT ANY LOADS TO THE OUTPUT OF THE POWER SOURCE UNTIL THE OUTPUT
VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY HAVE BEEN VERIFIED AS CORRECT.
APPLICATION OF IMPROPER VOLTAGE OR FREQUENCY CAN DAMAGE USER LOADS.
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4.3.1 ROUTINE POWER-UP, MODELS 390 and 3120-AMX
This paragraph describes the procedure used to turn on the Models 390 and 3120-AMX
Power Sources after if has been verified that the installation is correct. The steps below are
the recommended order of operation.
WARNING
LETHAL VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT AT THE OUTPUT TERMINALS OF THIS MACHINE!
1.
Set the OUTPUT POWER switch of the Master Chassis (which has the controller
installed) to the OFF position. The Output Power Switch of the Slave chassis is
disabled. Switch the INPUT POWER switch of the Master chassis to the ON
position. Switch the INPUT POWER switch of the Slave chassis to the ON position.
This sequence is recommended so that the power amplifiers of the system operate in
a controlled manner during power-up. The controller will light up and begin to
display output data. The value of the output parameters will be set for the same
values as when the unit was last turned off.
2.
Set the OUTPUT POWER switch of the Master chassis to the ON/AUTO position
and the OUTPUT ENABLE button of the UPC must be ON.
CAUTION
DO NOT CONNECT ANY LOADS TO THE OUTPUT OF THE POWER SOURCE UNTIL THE
OUTPUT VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY HAVE BEEN VERIFIED AS CORRECT.
APPLICATION OF IMPROPER VOLTAGE OR FREQUENCY CAN DAMAGE USER LOADS.
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4.4
OPERATION
SYSTEM TURN-OFF
This paragraph describes the procedure used to turn off the AMX-Series Power Source.
The AMX-Series Power Source is turned off by:
1.
Setting the OUTPUT POWER Switch to the OFF position.
2.
Opening the INPUT POWER circuit breaker.
4.4.1 SYSTEM TURN-OFF, MODELS 390 and 3120-AMX
This paragraph describes the procedure used to turn off the 390 and 3120-AMX Power
Sources.
The 390 and 3120-AMX Power Sources are turned off by:
1.
Setting the OUTPUT POWER Switch of the Master chassis (which has the controller
installed) to the OFF position.
2.
Opening the INPUT POWER circuit breaker of the Slave chassis.
3.
Opening the INPUT POWER circuit breaker of the Master chassis.
CAUTION
It is recommended that only the OUTPUT POWER switch of the Master chassis be used to remove
power to a load. The INPUT POWER switch of the Slave chassis should never be turned to the OFF
position with a load attached to the system as it will subject the Master chassis to all the load current
being delivered by the system. This will cause an overtemp shutdown if the load exceeds the Master
chassis' system ratings. Also, the Master chassis INPUT POWER switch should never be used to
remove power to a load since it drives all the control circuits for the paralleled system.
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4.5
OPERATION
SYSTEM SHUTDOWN
This paragraph describes the conditions which will cause system shutdown and the procedure
used to reset the AMX-Series Power Source.
4.5.1 SHUTDOWN CONDITIONS
The Output Contactor of the AMX-Series Power Source will be opened automatically when:
1.
Either the Input Power Transformer or one of the power amplifier assemblies has
reached an Over-temperature condition. (Over-temperature is usually caused by
either blocking the air inlets (includes dirty fan filters) or overloading the power
source.)
2.
The state of the Output Coupling has changed while the Output Contactor is engaged.
3.
The state of the Output Form has changed while the Output Contactor is engaged.
When the Output Contactor has been opened due to one of the above faults, the
SHUTDOWN LED on the front panel of the power source will be lighted. The output
contactor will remain open while the SHUTDOWN LED is lighted. This LED will remain
lighted until reset.
If the Output Power Switch is in the ON/AUTO position when the unit is turned on, the
SHUTDOWN LED will light. This is normal operation. The LED is turned off simply by
placing the Output Power Switch into the OFF position.
4.5.2 RESETTING SHUTDOWN FAULTS
The shutdown fault is reset as follows:
1.
Set the OUTPUT POWER Switch to the OFF position.
2.
Wait for the SHUTDOWN LED to extinguish. This LED will remain lighted until the
condition which caused the shutdown to occur has been corrected. In the case of
shutdown due to over-temperature this may take some time while the unit cools down.
The output contactor cannot be engaged until the shutdown fault has been cleared.
NOTE: The SHUTDOWN LED is latched on when a fault occurs. The OUTPUT POWER
Switch or the Output Enable of the UPC MUST be placed in the OFF position before the
SHUTDOWN LED will extinguish, even if the original fault no longer exists.
3.
After the SHUTDOWN LED has been extinguished, the unit will function normally.
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4.6
OPERATION
OUTPUT VOLTAGE FORMS
The AMX-Series Power Source can be configured for various output voltage forms, depending
on the power source model.
A recommended strategy for selecting the optimum output voltage form is based on two basic
philosophies. The first is to use a direct-coupled output form whenever possible. The
second is to select the minimum voltage range necessary to drive the load.
Direct-coupled output is preferred because the output impedance is extremely low, also low
frequency limitations associated with transformer outputs do not exist. This is especially true
when attempting to perform sub-cycle transients.
Selecting the minimum voltage range necessary to drive the load allows the power source to
operate more efficiently and usually has more current available. This results in less heat
being dissipated into the surrounding environment.
Paragraph 4.6.1 discusses the various circuits associated with the different output forms.
4.6.1 SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE
AMX-Series Power Sources can be configured for single, split, and three phase output voltage
forms. Figure 4.6.1 is a simplified block diagram of the possible output architectures. Only
the direct-coupled output forms are shown. All of the forms can be supplied with
transformers to raise the output voltage level.
The 1 PHASE (FORM 1) mode of operation is a one vector output form. All of the power
amplifiers are connected in parallel to form one output vector. The standard, direct-coupled
version of this output form is capable of 0-135 VACl-n (0-150 VACl-n for the Models 112, 312,
and 125-AMX). The voltage ranges of the various transformer output forms are defined in
section 3.2.
The 2 PHASE (FORM 2) mode of operation is a two vector output form where the vectors are
separated by 180 and equal in amplitude. This output form uses power amplifiers in pairs,
one for each vector. The load can be attached from either line to neutral, line to line, or a
combination of both (line to line only in the case of the Model 125-AMX). The standard,
direct-coupled version of this output form has a voltage range of 0-270 VACl-l (0-300 VACl-l for
the Models 112, 312, and 125-AMX). The voltage ranges of the various transformer output
forms are twice the 1 PHASE voltage. Models 305, 308, 320, 330, 345, 360, 390 and
3120-AMX, only two of the three power amplifiers are connected--limiting these systems to
producing only two-thirds of rated output power.
NOTE: The AMX-Series Power Sources do not support voltages in excess of 600 VACrms due
to controller, safety, and spacing limitations. Attempting to defeat the inherent programming
limitations of the controller to obtain higher voltages is strongly recommended against.
The 3 PHASE (FORM 3) mode of operation is a three vector output form with vectors
normally separated by 120. Power amplifiers are supplied in groups of three with this output
form and are WYE connected. A WYE load is connected to the A, B, C, and Neutral
terminals of the output terminal block. This output form will also drive DELTA loads.
DELTA loads are simply connected to the A, B, and C terminals of the output terminal block
with the Neutral terminal not connected. The standard, direct-coupled version of this form
has an output voltage range of 0 to 135/234 VAC (0 to 150/260 VAC for the Model 312-AMX).
The line to neutral voltage ranges of the various transformer output forms are the same as the
1 PHASE voltage.
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4.6.1
SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE (cont.)
FIGURE 4.6.1
AMX-SERIES SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE
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SECTION 5
MAINTENANCE
5.0
MAINTENANCE
This section describes the maintenance of the AMX-Series AC Power Source.
5.1
MAINTENANCE INTERVAL
Maintenance of the Models 105-AMX, 108-AMX, 112-AMX, 305-AMX, 308-AMX, and
312-AMX Power Sources is required once every six months and consists of performing
regular calibration.
Maintenance of the Models 125-AMX, 140-AMX,160-AMX, 320-AMX, 345-AMX, 360-AMX,
390-AMX, and 3120-AMX Power Sources is required once every three months and consists of
checking/cleaning the air intake filter, with regular calibration once every six months.
5.2
MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
5.2.1 MODELS 105, 108, 112, 305, 308, & 312-AMX
The Models 105-AMX, 108-AMX, 112-AMX, 305-AMX, 308-AMX, and 312-AMX require
calibration once every six months as regular maintenance. Refer to Section 6 for details.
5.2.2 MODELS 125, 140, 160, 320, 345, 360, 390 and 3120-AMX
The Models 125, 140, 160, 320, 345, 360, 390, and 3120-AMX require maintenance once every
three months. Maintenance of these models consists of cleaning the fan filter. It is important
that this filter is kept clean in order to insure proper cooling of internal components. Loss of
available power and over-temperature shutdown may result from a dirty or clogged filter.
The fan filter is cleaned as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Slide the chassis forward to reveal the fan filter access panel, located on the
bottom of the chassis, immediately behind the front panel of the unit.
Remove the fan filter access panel. (The 320-AMX has no access panel.
Loosen the 2 screws that partially protrude from the side panels, directly above
the filter, to allow the filter to slide out of its holder.)
The filter will slide out of its holder. Remove the filter.
Wash and dry the fan filter. The filter is a metal screen mesh type. It is
reusable and is best cleaned by washing with warm soapy water. Make sure
that the filter is dry before installing it into the chassis.
Install the filter and then replace the fan filter access plate or remaining screws.
Slide the chassis back into its normal position.
If system operation is suspect or the calibration interval has passed, perform the calibration
procedure outlined in Section 6.
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6.0
CALIBRATION
This section describes calibration of the AMX-Series AC Power Source.
6.1
CALIBRATION INTERVAL
Each AMX-Series Power Source requires calibration once every six months or after service
has been performed to the system.
6.2
TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS
The test equipment listed below is required for calibration of the AMX-Series Power Source.
1.
Digital Voltmeter:
4½ Digit True-RMS responding
5000 Hz bandwidth, min.
2.
Frequency counter:
5 digit counter, min.
3.
Digital Ammeter:
3½ Digit True-RMS responding
5000 Hz bandwidth, min.
(Alternate Approach: Current transformer used in conjunction with the DVM.)
4.
Oscilloscope:
(Optional)
5.
Load:
Varies by model number;
2A @ 125 VAC, Model 305-AMX, 308-AMX
2.6A @ 150 VAC, Model 312-AMX
3A @ 125 VAC, Model 105-AMX, 108-AMX
4A @ 150 VAC, Model 112-AMX
6A @ 125 VAC, Model 320-AMX
10A @ 125 VAC, Model 125-AMX
12A @ 125 VAC, Model 345-AMX
16A @ 125 VAC, Model 140-AMX
16A @ 125 VAC, Model 160-AMX
16A @ 125 VAC, Model 360-AMX
24A @ 125 VAC, Model 390-AMX
32A @ 125 VAC, Model 3120-AMX
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6.3
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION PROCEDURE
This calibration procedure verifies that system gains are set properly and that the system performance, relative to output power capability, is intact. Gains in various signal paths within
the controller are adjusted by the procedure of Paragraph 6.3.1. Output power capability of
the power source is tested by the procedure of Paragraph 6.3.2. The procedure is written for
three phase systems. When calibrating single phase systems, ignore all instructions relating
to phase C.
WARNING
THIS EQUIPMENT CONTAINS HIGH ENERGY, LOW IMPEDANCE CIRCUITS!!
ARE CONTAINED WITHIN THE CABINET.
LETHAL POTENTIALS
CARE MUST BE EXERCISED WHEN SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT IN ORDER TO PREVENT SERIOUS
OPERATOR INJURY OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
VOLTAGE AT THE TERMINALS RESPONDS INSTANTLY WHEN THE OUTPUT IS ACTIVATED.
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING WHEN SERVICE, MAINTENANCE, OR CALIBRATION ARE REQUIRED:
1)
REMOVE ALL JEWELRY FROM HANDS, ARMS AND NECK WHEN SERVICING THIS
EQUIPMENT. THIS PREVENTS THE POSSIBILITY OF SHORTING THROUGH THE JEWELRY AND
CAUSING BURNS OR ELECTROCUTION OF THE OPERATOR.
2)
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WHEN SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT TO PREVENT EYE
INJURY DUE TO FLYING PARTICLES CAUSED BY ACCIDENTAL SHORT CIRCUIT CONDITIONS.
3)
DO NOT REMOVE ANY PANEL OR COVER WITHOUT FIRST REMOVING THE INPUT
SERVICE BY OPENING ALL CIRCUIT BREAKERS.
4)
SERVICE OTHER THAN EXTERNAL CLEANING SHOULD BE REFERRED TO
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZED BY THE FACTORY TO SERVICE THIS EQUIPMENT.
6.3.1 CALIBRATE CONTROLLER
The first step in system calibration is to calibrate the controller. The controller calibration
procedure is unique to the installed controller. Calibrate the controller as stated in the
appropriate controller manual.
UPC Controller - Refer to Section 8 of the UPC-Series Operation Manual.
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6.3.2 POWER SOURCE LOAD TEST
Verify that the power source is able to deliver rated load, and that the output metering function
of the controller is also checked.
The test proceeds in the manner below.
1.
Set the power source for 3φ Output (2φ for models 105, 108, 112, 125, 140 and
160-AMX), Direct-coupled, CSC Enabled.
2.
Attach a full-rated load to the φA output terminal. (Refer to the list in paragraph 6.2
for the proper load.)
3.
Set the output for full-rated voltage and close the Output contactor.
4.
Verify that the output voltage remains constant (within load regulation limits) and that
the output metering reads correct values.
5.
Open the Output Contactor.
6.
Repeat for φB output.
7.
For 3 Phase models, repeat for φC output.
8.
Configure for 1φ output and repeat above procedure.
9.
If system is outfitted with transformer outputs, set the power source for 3φ Output (2φ
for models 105, 108, 140 and 160-AMX), Transformer-coupled, CSC Enabled.
10.
Verify that the output voltage and power source meters read properly.
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SERVICE
7.0
SERVICE
This section describes service of the AMX-Series AC Power Source.
7.1
SERVICE PROCEDURE
The AMX-Series Power Source contains no user serviceable parts. Service is accomplished
by returning the unit to the factory or authorized service center. Under some circumstances,
the factory may authorize the user to perform limited sub-assembly or component changes as
deemed allowable by the factory service representative.
For this purpose, many
sub-assembly and component level Pacific Power Source part numbers have been included
here. Part numbers for various components are listed separately for each Model.
When questions regarding operation arise or service is required, call the factory for
instructions. Pacific Power Source maintains a staff of highly trained technicians who are
ready to assist. Website: www.pacificpower.com; Email: support@pacificpower.com or
sales@pacificpower.com.
7.2
ROSTER OF SYSTEM LEVEL FACTORY PART NUMBERS
The following is a list of system level factory part numbers for the models which comprise the
AMX-Series line of equipment. Part numbers are stated for reference.
ASSEMBLY NAME
MODEL 105-AMX
MODEL 108-AMX
MODEL 112-AMX
MODEL 125-AMX
MODEL 140-AMX
MODEL 160-AMX
MODEL 305-AMX
MODEL 308-AMX
MODEL 312-AMX
MODEL 320-AMX
MODEL 345-AMX
MODEL 360-AMX
MODEL 390-AMX
MODEL 3120-AMX
ASSEMBLY NUMBER
500 VA AC Power Source
750 VA AC Power Source
1.2 kVA AC Power Source
2.5 kVA AC Power Source
4.5 kVA AC Power Source
6.0 kVA AC Power Source
500 VA AC Power Source
750 VA AC Power Source
1.2 kVA AC Power Source
2.25 kVA AC Power Source
4.5 kVA AC Power Source
6.0 kVA AC Power Source
9.0 kVA AC Power Source
12.0 kVA AC Power Source
143141
143142
143146
143125
143140
143161
143143
143144
143147
143160
143126
143127
143128
143129
Transformer assembly for the 105, 108-AMX
Transformer assembly for the 305, 308-AMX
Magnetics Module for the 140, 160, 320, 345, 360, 390, 3120-AMX
P000919
139410
134350
UPC12 Programmable 1 Controller
UPC32 Programmable 3 Controller
UPC1 Programmable 1 Controller
UPC3 Programmable 3 Controller
UMC31 Programmable 3 Controller
133700
133600
141102
141302
133500
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7
SERVICE
SUB-ASSEMBLY AND CHASSIS COMPONENT PART NUMBERS
The factory part numbers given in the following sections are provided to aid the user in
obtaining spare or repair sub-assemblies and components where the factory has given
permission, in advance, for the user to perform field repairs on the AMX-Series Power Source.
7.3.1 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 105-AMX (PART NUMBER 143141)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
Power Amplifier PCB:
LED Display PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
Low Voltage Power Supply/Fan Speed Cont. PCB:
Control/Logic PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
139070
139071
139073
139074
139078
140079
140373
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Output Terminal Block:
Output Terminal Block Cover:
External Sense Terminal Block:
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
Input Power Cord Strain Relief:
Input Transformer:
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
Output Relay:
Power Amplifier Fan:
FACTORY PART No.
716070 or 716075 for CE
702112
705077
705082
705076
705081
779009
531317
743005
720588-41
717040
703145
7.3.2 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 108-AMX (PART NUMBER 143142)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
Power Amplifier PCB:
LED Display PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
Low Voltage Power Supply/Fan Speed Cont. PCB:
Control/Logic PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
139070
139071
139073
139074
139078
140079
140373
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Output Terminal Block:
Output Terminal Block Cover:
External Sense Terminal Block:
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
Input Power Cord Strain Relief:
Input Transformer:
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
Output Relay:
Power Amplifier Fan:
FACTORY PART No.
716070 or 716075 for CE
702112
705077
705082
705076
705081
779009
531317
743005
720588-41
717040
702145
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7.3.3 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 112-AMX (PART NUMBER 143146)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
Power Amplifier PCB:
LED Display PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
Low Voltage Power Supply/Fan Speed Cont. PCB:
Power Factor Correction PCB:
Control/Logic PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
139070
139071
139073
139074
139075
139078
140079
140373
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Output Terminal Block:
Output Terminal Block Cover:
External Sense Terminal Block:
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
Input Power Cord Strain Relief:
Input Transformer (T1):
Low Voltage Input Transformer (T2):
Output Relay:
Power Amplifier Fan:
Input Transformer Fan:
FACTORY PART No.
716070 or 716075 for CE
702112
705077
705082
705076
705081
779009
531318
531290
717040
703145
703198
7.3.4 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 125-AMX (PART NUMBER 143125)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
Control/Metering PCB:
Voltage Amplifier PCB:
LED Display PCB:
Power Amplifier PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
134170
134671
139071
139670
140078
143372
140374
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Trunk Handle:
Input and Output Terminal Block:
Input Terminal Block Cover
Input Transformer:
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
Output Relay:
Power Amplifier Fan:
FACTORY PART No.
716059 or 716074 for CE
702112
702128
705080
143315
531304
743011
720588-41
717043
703145
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7.3.5 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 140-AMX (PART NUMBER 143140)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
Control/Metering PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
External Sense Filter PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
Power Amplifier PCB:
Voltage Amplifier PCB:
LED Display PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
134170
134175
134177
134178
134179
134477
134671
139071
140374
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Trunk Handle:
Input and Output Terminal Block:
Input Terminal Block Cover:
External Sense Terminal Block:
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
Magnetics Module Bypass-Conn. Housing (J20):
Panel-Mount Magnetics Module Connector (P20):
Input Transformer:
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
Output Contactor:
Power Amplifier Fan:
Input Transformer Fan:
FACTORY PART No.
716079 or P000185 for CE
702113
702128
705080
134125
705067
705083
714068
714185
531322
743011
720219-10
717043
703139
703136
7.3.6 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 160-AMX (PART NUMBER 143161 )
SUB-ASSEMBLY
Control/Metering PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
External Sense Filter PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
Power Amplifier PCB:
Voltage Amplifier PCB:
LED Display PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
134170
134175
134176
134178
134179
134477
134671
139071
140374
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Trunk Handle:
Input and Output Terminal Block:
Input Terminal Block Cover:
External Sense Terminal Block:
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
Magnetics Module Bypass-Conn. Housing (J20):
Panel-Mount Magnetics Module Connector (P20):
Input Transformer:
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
Output Contactor:
Power Amplifier Fan:
Input Transformer Fan:
FACTORY PART No.
716079 or P000185 for CE unit
702113
702128
705080
134125
705067
705083
714068
714185
531322
743001
720219-10
717043
703139
703136
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7.3.7 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 305-AMX (PART NUMBER 143143)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
LED Display PCB:
Low Voltage Power Supply/Fan Speed Cont. PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
Power Amplifier PCB:
Control/Logic PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
139071
139074
139073
139077
139078
140079
140373
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Output Terminal Block:
Output Terminal Block Cover:
External Sense Terminal Block:
External Sense Terminal Block Cover
Input Power Cord Strain Relief:
Input Transformer (T1):
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
Output Relay:
Power Amplifier Fan:
FACTORY PART No.
716070 or 716075 for CE
702112
705077
705082
705076
705081
779009
531317
743005
720588-41
717040
703145
7.3.8 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 308-AMX (PART NUMBER 143144)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
LED Display PCB:
Low Voltage Power Supply/Fan Speed Cont. PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
Power Amplifier PCB:
Control/Logic PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
139071
139074
139073
139077
139078
140079
140373
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Output Terminal Block:
Output Terminal Block Cover:
External Sense Terminal Block:
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
Input Power Cord Strain Relief:
Input Transformer (T1):
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
Output Relay:
Power Amplifier Fan:
FACTORY PART No.
716070 or 716075 for CE
702112
705077
705082
705076
705081
779009
531317
743005
720588-41
717040
703145
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7.3.9 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 312-AMX (PART NUMBER 143147)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
LED Display PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
Low Voltage Power Supply/Fan Speed Cont. PCB:
Power Factor Correction PCB:
Power Amplifier PCB:
Control/Logic PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
139071
139073
139074
139075
139077
139078
140079
140373
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Output Terminal Block:
Output Terminal Block Cover:
External Sense Terminal Block:
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
Input Power Cord Strain Relief:
Input Transformer (T1):
Low Voltage Input Transformer (T2):
Output Relay:
Power Amplifier Fan:
Input Transformer Fan:
FACTORY PART No.
716070 or 716075 for CE
702112
705077
705082
705076
705081
779009
531318
531290
717040
703145
703198
7.3.10 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 320-AMX (PART NUMBER 143160)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
Power Amplifier PCB:
LED Display PCB:
Low Voltage Power Supply/Fan Speed Cont. PCB:
Control/Logic PCB:
Auxiliary PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
139070
139071
139074
139078
140073
140373
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Trunk Handle:
Output Terminal Block:
Output Terminal Block Cover:
External Sense Terminal Block:
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
Magnetics Module Bypass-Conn. Housing (J20):
Panel-Mount Magnetics Module Connector (P20):
Input Power Cord Strain Relief:
Input Transformer:
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
Output Contactor:
Power Amplifier Fan:
Input Transformer Fan:
Output Contactor (Relay):
FACTORY PART No.
716077 or 716071 for CE
702112
702130
705080
705082
705076
705081
714068
714185
779009
531302
743011
720588-41
717043
703139
703136
717043
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7.3.11 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 345-AMX (PART NUMBER 143126)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
Control/Metering PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
Voltage Amplifier PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
External Sense Filter PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
LED Display PCB:
Power Amplifier PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
134170
134175
134176
134177
134178
134179
139071
139670
140374
CHASSIS COMPONENT
FACTORY PART No.
Input Circuit Breaker:
716079 or P000185 for CE
Front Panel Handle:
702113
Trunk Handle:
702128
Input and Output Terminal Block:
705080
Input Terminal Block Cover:
134125
External Sense Terminal Block:
705067
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
705083
Magnetics Module Bypass-Conn. Housing (J20):
714068
Panel-Mount Magnetics Module Connector (P20):
714185
Input Transformer:
531322
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
743001
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
720219-10
Output Contactor:
717043
Power Amplifier Fan:
703139
Input Transformer Fan:
703136
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7.3.12 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 360-AMX (PART NUMBER 143127)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
Control/Metering PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
Voltage Amplifier PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
External Sense Filter PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
Power Amplifier PCB:
LED Display PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
134170
134175
134176
134177
134178
134179
134477
139071
140374
CHASSIS COMPONENT
FACTORY PART No.
Input Circuit Breaker:
716079 or P000185 for CE
Front Panel Handle:
702113
Trunk Handle:
702128
Input and Output Terminal Block:
705080
Input Terminal Block Cover:
134125
External Sense Terminal Block:
705067
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
705083
Magnetics Module Bypass-Conn. Housing (J20):
714068
Panel-Mount Magnetics Module Connector (P20):
714185
Input Transformer:
531322
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
743001
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
720219-10
Output Contactor:
717043
Power Amplifier Fan:
703139
Input Transformer Fan:
703136
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SECTION 7
SERVICE
7.3.13 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 390-AMX (PART NUMBER 143128)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
Control/Metering PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
Voltage Amplifier PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
External Sense Filter PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
LED Display PCB:
Power Amplifier PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
134170
134175
134176
134177
134178
134179
139071
139670
140374
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Trunk Handle:
Input Terminal Block:
Input Terminal Block Cover:
Output Terminal Block:
Output Terminal Block End Section:
External Sense Terminal Block:
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
Magnetics Module Bypass-Conn. Housing (J20):
Panel-Mount Magnetics Module Connector (P20):
Input Transformer:
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
Output Contactor:
Power Amplifier Fan:
Input Transformer Fan:
FACTORY PART No.
716079 or P000185 for CE
702113
702128
705080
134125
705006
705007
705068
705083
714068
714185
531322
743001
720219-10
717043
703139
703136
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SECTION
7
SERVICE
7.3.14 FACTORY PART NUMBERS, MODEL 3120-AMX (PART NUMBER 143129)
SUB-ASSEMBLY
Control/Metering PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
Voltage Amplifier PCB:
Input Filter PCB:
External Sense Filter PCB:
Output Filter PCB:
Power Amplifier PCB:
LED Display PCB:
LVPS Fuse PCB:
FACTORY PART No.
134170
134175
134176
134177
134178
134179
134477
139071
140374
CHASSIS COMPONENT
Input Circuit Breaker:
Front Panel Handle:
Trunk Handle:
Input Terminal Block:
Input Terminal Block Cover:
Output Terminal Block:
Output Terminal Block End Section:
External Sense Terminal Block:
External Sense Terminal Block Cover:
Magnetics Module Bypass-Conn. Housing (J20):
Panel-Mount Magnetics Module Connector (P20):
Input Transformer:
Input Power Supply Bridge Rectifier:
Input Power Supply High Voltage DC Capacitor:
Output Contactor:
Power Amplifier Fan:
Input Transformer Fan:
FACTORY PART No.
716079 or P000185 for CE
702113
702128
705080
134125
705006
705007
705068
705083
714068
714185
531322
743001
720219-10
717043
703139
703136
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SECTION 8
INDEX
2 L 2 Phase See Split Phase, See Split Phase
Low Frequency ...................................... 72
A M Airflow ..............................................40, 42
AMPS TO VOLTS RATIO
105/108-AMX .....................................44
312/320-AMX .....................................48
AUX I/O ..................................................77
Magnetics Module ................................. 35
manual controller ..................................... 4
O Output Current ....................................... 15
Overload ................................................ 15
Over-temperature .................................. 87
B bandwidth...............................................31
P C Power Factor ......................................... 30
programmable controller.......... 4, 5, 31, 77
Caution.......................3, 51, 53, 75, 83, 86
Continuous-Self-Calibration ........... See CSC
CSC .........................................................5
Current Limit ..........................................31
R Regulation ............................................. 30
Remote Interface
GPIB .................................................. 77
D DC Offset ...............................................31
Delta
Connection Form ...............................88
External Sense Connection ...78, 79, 80
Input Voltage Forms ...........................61
Dimensions ...................................... 30-33
Direct-Coupled .................................30, 88
S Shutdown
Conditions .......................................... 87
Fault ................................................... 40
Reset ................................................. 87
Split Phase ..................................88, 66‐68
E T External Sense.......................................78
Grounding ..............................................72
THD ....................................................... 30
Three Phase .......................................... 69
TRANSFORMER RATIO
112/125/305/308-AMX ....................... 46
Transformer Ratio Setting
140/160/320/345/360/390/3120-AMX 49
Transient Response .............................. 31
I W Input Current
105-AMX ..............................................7
108/112/125/-AMX ...............................8
140/160/305/-AMX ...............................9
308/312/320/-AMX .............................11
3120-AMX ..........................................14
345/360/390/-AMX .............................12
Isolation..................................................31
Warning ............................. 2, 3, 51, 61, 63
WYE
Connection Form ............................... 88
External Sense Connection ......... 79, 80
Input Voltage Forms .......................... 61
Load Wiring Requirements ................ 69
F Fan Filter Cleaning and Removal ..........90
G 104
SECTION 9
MODIFICATIONS AND CHANGE NOTICES
9.0
MODIFICATIONS AND CHANGE NOTICES
In cases where customer specified modifications have been installed in the equipment, the
modifications will be described on the following pages. If present, be sure to notice any
special instructions relative to operation and calibration of the system.
Product change notices or manual errata will also be placed in this section.
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