Schematic/Electrical Parts - Pellerin Milnor Corporation

Schematic/Electrical Parts - Pellerin Milnor Corporation
Published Manual Number/ECN: ME7X8J11AE/2016515A
• Publishing System: TPAS2
• Access date: 12/15/2016
• Document ECNs: Latest
Schematic/Electrical Parts
MWF27J8, MWF45J8, MWF63J7,
MWF77J7, 30022X8J, 36026X8J,
42026X7J, 42032X7J, 48040F7J/B
with H-Type Controls
PELLERIN MILNOR CORPORATION
POST OFFICE BOX 400, KENNER, LOUISIANA 70063-0400, U.S.A.
Table of Contents
ME7X8J11AE/16515A
Page
Description
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Component Parts List
Limited Standard Warranty
How to Get the Necessary Repair Components
How to Use Milnor® Electrical Schematic Diagrams
Sample Schematic
3 Phase Motor Connection Diagram
3P Motor Diagram-Multivolt
Control Box Layouts 30" through 42"
Control Box Layouts Sheet 2
Board to Board Wiring before 12-15-03
Board to Board Wiring after 12-15-03
Flushing Supplies
Optional 12 Chemical Flushing
Extract Speed Limit
Electric heat
Electric Valves
Electric Valves for 48040F7B only
Hydraulic Door (48040 Only)
Control Circuit Transformers
Microprocessor Inputs
Raise House (48040F7B only)
Start & Door Circuit 30022X8J, MWF27J8
Start & Door Circuit 36X8J, 42X7J, MWF45J8, MWF63J7,
MWF77J7
Start Circuit for48040F7B only
Start & Door Circuit 4840F7J only
Variable Speed Controller (3PH)
Variable Speed Controller (1PH)
Variable Speed Controller (3PH) 48040F7J/B
W7X8JPL/2016432N
60
62
64
66
68
BMP720097/2008272A
BIUUUD19/20081231
BIUUUK01/20130308
BMP010012/2001503N
BMP850029/1999362B
W80008/2001253A
W7X8JTG1/2006393B
W7X8JTG2/2012316B
W7X8JBW/2003022B
W7X8JBWA/2012232B
W7X8JCF/2012232B
W7X8JCM/2012232B
W7X8JEC/2012232B
W7X8JEH/2012396B
W7X8JEV/2015205B
W7X8JEVA/2012232B
W7X8JHD/2012232B
W7X8JLV/2012232B
W7X8JIA/2012233B
W7X8JRH/2016515B
W7X8JS+/2016432B
W7X8JS+A/2016432B
W7X8JS+B/2016432B
W7X8JS+C/2016432B
W7X8JVPA/2015163B
W7X8JVPB/2015163B
W7X8JVPC/2012233B
1
COMPONENT NUMBER
NUMBER
RELAY-DOOR SEAL
CHOKE-DOOR SEAL LATCH
CHOKE-DOOR SEAL LATCH
CHOKE-DOOR SEAL LATCH
>>RELAY-PILOT OR CONTROL
RELAY-DOOR OPEN
RELAY-DOOR OPEN
RELAY-OUT OF BALANCE TOO LARGE
RELAY-FLUSH CHEMICAL #1
RELAY-FLUSH CHEMICAL #2
RELAY-FLUSH CHEMICAL #3
RELAY-FLUSH CHEMICAL #4
RELAY-FLUSH CHEMICAL #5
RELAY-FLUSH CHEMICAL #6
RELAY-OK TO OPEN DOOR
CLA-CHOKE
CLA-CHOKE
CLA-CHOKE
CR
CRA
CRA
CRALT
CRC1
CRC2
CRC3
CRC4
CRC5
CRC6
CRD
BOARD- A TO D CONVERTER
BBAD-1
CLA
BOARD=PROCESSOR+I/O >MODEL AZ
BAUP
RELAY-DOOR SEAL
BOARD=PROCESSOR+I/O <MODEL AZ
BAUP
CLA
BOARD=PROCESSOR+I/O
BAUP
>>RELAY-LATCH
BOARD-FUSE / RELAY
BAFR
RELAY-DOOR SEAL
BOARD-FUSE / RELAY
BAFR
CLA
BOARD=DISPLAY/SWITCH PANEL >MODEL AZ W7X8JBWA
BADV
CL
BOARD=DISPLAY/SWITCH PANEL <MODEL AZ W7X8JBWA
BADV
W7X8JS+
W7X8JCM
W7X8JCM
W7X8JCM
W7X8JCM
W7X8JCM
W7X8JCM
W7X8JEC
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JEC
W7X8JBWA
W7X8JBWA
W7X8JBW
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+
W7X8JBW
BOARD=DISPLAY/SWITCH PANEL
BADV
W7X8JEC
>>PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
W7X8JTG2
BOARD-ACCELEROMETER
DETAILS X8J CONTROL PANEL
3
W7X8JTG2
W7X8JTG1
BA
DETAILS X8J CONTROL PANEL
2
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
10YCLCHOKE
10YCLCHOKE
10YCLCHOKE
09CL2C-C71
09CL2C-C71
09CL2C-C71
08BSBADCTE
98CMCR1822
08BH18EPDT
08BH18EPDT
08BHFRCT
08BHFRCT
98CMCR1823
08BHEPSPCT
08BHEPSPBT
EACCLRM3
B2T2000021
B2T2004035
B2T2002039
MILNOR P/N
Page 1 of 8
THIS COMPONENT
WHERE TO FIND
ACBA
DETAILS X8J CONTROL PANEL
1
>>CONTROL BOX LAYOUTS
FUNCTION OF THIS
COMPONENT
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
LATCH HARNES: RF CHOKE
LATCH HARNES: RF CHOKE
LATCH HARNES: RF CHOKE
RELAY-LATCH DPDT 240V 2-COIL
RELAY-LATCH DPDT 240V 2-COIL
RELAY-LATCH DPDT 240V 2-COIL
SR BALANCE A-D BD EXTACTR-TEST
BD:EP PLUS ->TEST
188PROCESSOR EP+ 20 MHZ->TEST
188PROCESSOR EP+ 20 MHZ->TEST
BD-T/V/X START CIRCUIT->TEST
BD-T/V/X START CIRCUIT->TEST
BD:EP PLUS DISPLAY
EP+ SWPNL VER2 W/LCD>TEST
BD:EP+ SW PANEL VER2->TEST
ASSY:ACCEL O-5VOC OP STAPH 42
48040F7J/B/N/W HIGH VOLT CONTROL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL BOX
CONTROL BOX
CONTROL BOX
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL BOX
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
BEHIND SWPNL
BEHIND SWPNL
BEHIND SWPNL
SHELL FRONT
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
LOCATION
W7X8JPL/20164326N
48040F7J/B WITH H CONTROLS LOW VOLT
3022,3626X8J CONTROL PANEL
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT PARTS LIST
2
CSVS
>>FUSE OR FUSE HOLDER
CONTACTOR-ENABLE INVERTER
CSVS
EF
CONTACTOR-ENABLE INVERTER
CSVS
CONTACTOR-VARIABLE SPEED 4840 (LOW)
CONTACTOR-INVERTER 42 HV >MODEL AZ
CSVS
CONTACTOR-VARIABLE SPEED 4840 (HIGH)
CONTACTOR-INVERTER 42 LV >MODEL AZ
CSVS
CSVS
CONTACTOR-INVERTER 42 HV <MODEL AZ
CSVS
CSVS
CONTACTOR-INVERTER 42 LV <MODEL AZ
CSVS
CONTACTOR-VARIABLE SPEED 3626/4226-32
CONTACTOR-INVERTER 36026>MODEL AZ
CSVS
CONTACTOR-VARIABLE SPEED
CONTACTOR- INVERTER 36026 <MODEL AZ
CSVS
CSVS
CONTACTOR-INVERTER >30022 MODEL AZ
CSVS
CSVS
CONTACTOR-HYDRAULIC PUMP MOTOR
CONTACTOR-INVERTER 30022 <MODEL AZ
CSDO
RELAY-REAR DOWN RIGHT
>>CONTACTOR-MOTOR STARTER
RELAY-REAR DOWN LEFT
CRRDL
CS
RELAY-FRONT DOWN RIGHT
CRFDR
CRRDR
RELAY-OK TO JOG
RELAY-FRONT DOWN LEFT
CRFDL
RELAY-OK TO JOG OR TILT
CREI
CREI
RELAY-DOOR FULL OPEN
RELAY-OK TO LOCK DOOR
CRE
RELAY-DOOR CLOSED
CRDRA
RELAY-DOOR CLOSED
CRDL
RELAY-DEFLATE BAGS
CRDB
CRDL
RELAY-OK TO OPEN DOOR
CRD
RELAY-DOOR CLOSED AND LOCKED
RELAY-OK TO OPEN DOOR
CRD
RELAY-DOOR CLOSED
RELAY-OK TO OPEN DOOR
CRD
CRDL
COMPONENT NUMBER
NUMBER
CRDL
FUNCTION OF THIS
COMPONENT
W7X8JVPC
W7X8JVPC
W7X8JVPB
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+
W7X8JS+
W7X8JHD
W7X8JSRH
W7X8JSRH
W7X8JSRH
W7X8JSRH
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+
W7X8JSRH
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
MILNOR P/N
09MC08N371
09MC08G371
09MC08C371
09MC08G371
09MC08E371
09MC08E371
98CMCR4202
98CMCR4201
09MC08G371
09MC08G371
98CMCR3601
09MC08G371
98CMCR3004
09MC08C371
09MC08C371
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
Page 2 of 8
THIS COMPONENT
WHERE TO FIND
72A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
37A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
16A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
37A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
30A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
30A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
CONTACTOR 42X HIGH VOLT 25A
CONTACTOR 42X LOW VOLT 38A
37A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
37A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
CONTACTOR 3626X 32A
37A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
3022X CONTACTOR 18A
16A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
16A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT PARTS LIST
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
LOCATION
W7X8JPL/20164326N
3
FUSE-CONTROL CIRCUIT Y-BUS
FUSE-TRANSFORMER PRIMARY
EF2
EFP1
O'LOAD-VARIABLE SPD42 LV >MODEL AZ
O'LOAD-VARIABLE SPD42 HV >MODEL AZ
OVERLOAD-VARIABLE SPEED
ETVS
ETVS
ETVS
>>>MOTORS
O'LOAD-VARIABLE SPD36 HV >MODEL AZ
ETVS
MT
O'LOAD-VARIABLE SPD36 LV >MODEL AZ
ETVS
TRANSFORMER-600V TO 240V
O'LOAD-VARIABLE SPD30 HV >MODEL AZ
ETVS
EXHV-3
O'LOAD-VARIABLE SPD30 LV >MODEL AZ
ETVS
TRANSFORMER-380/480V TO 240V
OVERLOAD-VARIABLE SPEED
ETVS
TRANSFORMR-208/240VAC 30-42 >MODEL AZ
OVERLOAD-VARIABLE SPEED 3022
ETVS
EXHV-2
OVERLOAD-VARIABLE SPEED (LOW)
ETDB
EXHV-1
OVERLOAD-VARIABLE SPEED (HIGH)
ETDB
TRANSFORMR-208/240VAC 30-42 <MODEL AZ
OVERLOAD-DYNAMIC BRAKE
ETDB
EXHV-1
OVERLOAD-DYNAMIC BRAKE
ETDB
>>TRANSFORMERS
OVERLOAD-DYNAMIC BRAKE
ET
TRANSFORMER-INCOMING VOLT 240VAC
POWER SUPPLY-PROCESSOR MODEL AZ>
ESPS
EXHV
POWER SUPPLY-MICROPROCESSOR
ESPS
EX
>>POWER SUPPLY-ELECTRONIC
POWER SUPPLY-MICROPROCESSOR
ESPS
EP1
ES
SOLENOID-DOOR UNLOCK
FUSE-CONTROL CIRCUIT X-BUS
EMDL
FUSE-TRANSFORMER PRIMARY
FUSE-CONTROL CIRCUIT Y-BUS
EF2
>>ELECTROMAGNET AND SOLENOID
FUSE-CONTROL CIRCUIT X-BUS
EF1
EM
COMPONENT NUMBER
NUMBER
EFP2
FUNCTION OF THIS
COMPONENT
W7X8JLV
W7X8JLV
W7X8JLV
W7X8JLV
W7X8JLV
W7X8JVPB
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPC
W7X8JVPC
W7X8JVPB
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JBWA
W7X8JBWA
W7X8JBW
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+
W7X8JLV
W7X8JLV
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+
W7X8JS+
09U251AB71
09UA025AAB
98CMCR0902
09UB25AT71
MESSAGE EW
09FTD0120T
98CMCR4204
98CMCR4203
98CMCR3603
98CMCR3602
98CMCR3006
98CMCR3005
09FTD0121T
09FTD0120T
09FTD0230T
09FTD0121T
09F024A
09F024A
98CMCR3003
08PSS3401T
08PSS3401T
09FF002AMG
09K063C24
09FF005AWN
09FF005AWN
09FF002AMG
09FF002AMG
09FF002AMG
MILNOR P/N
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THIS COMPONENT
WHERE TO FIND
XFMR 600VPRI/240VSC-250VA-3%REG
XFMR 380-480PRI/120-240SEC250V
AUTOXFMR 208V/230V 250VA
AUTOXFMR 208V-230V 250VA
SEE EX37-1, -2, OR -3 FOR VOLTAGE
MCS OL RELAY ADJ.RANGE 16-24A
42XOVERLOAD HI VOLT 30-38A
42XOVERLOAD LOW VOLT 30-38A
3626XOVERLOAD HI VOLT 12-18A
3626XOVERLOAD LOW VOLT 30-38A
3022XOVERLOAD HI VOLT 7-10A
3022XOVERLOAD LOW VOLT 12-18A
MCS OL RELAY ADJ.RANGE 12-37
MCS OL RELAY ADJ.RANGE 12-32
MCS OL RELAY ADJ.RANGE 23-75
MCS OL RELAY ADJ.RANGE 12-37
OL RELAY 1P SZ1 SQD #9065-C01
OL RELAY 1P SZ1 SQD #9065-C01
POWER SUPPLY 40 WATT X MACHINES
40 WATT POWER SUPPLY TESTED
40 WATT POWER SUPPLY TESTED
FUSE BK/MDX 2 AMP 250V BUSS
DOOR LOCK SOLENOID 24V
FUSE #KTK 5A600V=HPS HOLDER
FUSE #KTK 5A600V=HPS HOLDER
FUSE BK/MDX 2 AMP 250V BUSS
FUSE BK/MDX 2 AMP 250V BUSS
FUSE BK/MDX 2 AMP 250V BUSS
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT PARTS LIST
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
DOOR LATCH
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
LOCATION
W7X8JPL/20164326N
4
INVERTER-VARI SPEED HIGH VOLTAGE 3022
INVERTER-VARI SPEED HIGH VOLTAGE 3626
INVERTER-VARI SPEED HIGH VOLTAGE 4226
INVERTER-VARI SPEED HIGH VOLTAGE 4232
INVERTER-VARI SPEED HIGH VOLTAGE 4840
INVERTER-VARI SPEED LOW VOLTAGE 3022
INVERTER-VARI SPEED LOW VOLTAGE 3626
INVERTER-VARI SPEED LOW VOLTAGE 4226
INVERTER-VARI SPEED LOW VOLTAGE 4232
INVERTER-VARI SPEED LOW VOLTAGE 4840
>>>PROX SWITCHES
MVINV
MVINV-H
MVINV-H
MVINV-H
MVINV-H
MVINV-H
MVINV-L
MVINV-L
MVINV-L
MVINV-L
MVINV-L
PX
PROX SWITCH-REAR DOWN RIGHT
>>SWITCH-HAND OPERATED
SWITCH-208/240VAC
SH
SH01
PXRDL
PXRDR
PROX SWITCH-FRONT DOWN RIGHT
PROX SWITCH-REAR DOWN LEFT
PXFDR
PROX SWITCH-DOOR FULL OPEN
INVERTER-VARI SPEED LOW VOLTAGE
MVINV
PROX SWITCH-FRONT DOWN LEFT
INVERTER-VARI SPEED LOW VOLTAGE
MVDBR
PXFDL
RESISTOR UNIT-DYNAMIC BRAKE (48 HIGH)
MVDBR
PXDO
RESISTOR-DYNAMIC BRAKE
RESISTOR UNIT-DYNAMIC BRAKE (48 LOW)
MVDBR
RESISTOR-DYNAMIC BRAKE (42 LOW)
MOTOR-WASHER
MTWE
MVDBR
MOTOR-WASHER
MTWE
RESISTOR-DYNAMIC BRAKE (36-42 HIGH)
MOTOR-WASHER
MTWE
MVDBR
FAN-INVERTER COOLING
MTVP
>>>MOTOR POWER INVERTERS
FAN-INVERTER COOLING
MTVP
RESISTOR-DYNAMIC BRAKE (3022)
FAN-INVERTER COOLING
MTVP
MVDBR
COMPONENT NUMBER
NUMBER
MV
FUNCTION OF THIS
COMPONENT
W7X8JLV
W7X8JRH
W7X8JRH
W7X8JRH
W7X8JRH
W7X8JRH
W7X8JVPB
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPB
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPB
W7X8JVPA
W7XRJVPC
W7XRJVPC
W7X8JVPB
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JVPC
W7X8JVPB
W7X8JVPA
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
09N050
09RPS12AAS
09RPS12AAS
09RPS12AAS
09RPS12AAS
09RPS18CAS
09MWC07574
09MWB04774
09MWB04774
09MWB03374
09MWB01774
09MWC03996
09MWB02496
09MWB02496
09MWB01896
09MWB00996
MASSAGE EW
MASSAGE EW
09MV10DBRJ
09MV11DBRL
09MV100RES
09MV010REV
09MV050REV
09MV100RES
MESSAGE SO
MESSAGE SO
MESSAGE SO
13AF100A71
13AF100A71
13AF100A71
MILNOR P/N
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THIS COMPONENT
WHERE TO FIND
SEE SPECIFIC COMPONENT+NAMEPLATE
TOGSW SPDT NO OFF 10A250V
PROXSW QD CONN 12M NO-AC SHLD
PROXSW QD CONN 12M NO-AC SHLD
PROXSW QD CONN 12M NO-AC SHLD
PROXSW QD CONN 12M NO-AC SHLD
PRXSW QKCO 18M NO-AC SHLD
A1000 INVERTER 75 AMP
V1000 INVERTER 47AMP 230V
V1000 INVERTER 47AMP 230V
V1000 INVERTER 33AMP 230V
V1000 INVERTER 17.5AMP 230V
A1000 INVERTER 39 AMP
V1000 INVERTER 24AMP 460V
V1000 INVERTER 24AMP 460V
V1000 INVERTER 18AMP 460V
V1000 INVERTER 9.2AMP 460V
SEE BELOW
SEE BELOW
3-RESISTOR UNIT
RESTR UNIT 12.5OHM 900W LOW VL
RESIST 100 OHM 225WATT ADJ
RESISTOR 10OHM 225W #FVT200-10
RESISTOR 50OHM 225W #FVT200-50
RESIST 100 OHM 225WATT ADJ
SEE SPECIFIC COMPONENT+NAMEPLATE
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
BELOW SHELL
BELOW SHELL
BELOW SHELL
CONTROL BOX
CONTROL BOX
CONTROL BOX
LOCATION
W7X8JPL/20164326N
SEE SPECIFIC COMPONENT+NAMEPLATE
FAN 92CFM230V60
FAN 92CFM230V60
FAN 92CFM230V60
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT PARTS LIST
5
SWITCH-DOOR IS LOCKED
SWITCH-EXCURSION
SME
SMEX
>>SWITCH-MECHANICAL OPERATED
SM
SWITCH-DOOR SECONDARY SWITCH
SWITCH-RUN/PROGRAM
SKPR
SMDE
>>SWITCH-KEYLOCK
SK
SWITCH-DOOR SECONDARY SWITCH
SWITCH-DOOR OPEN/CLOSE
SHWDO
SWITCH-DOOR SECONDARY SWITCH
SWITCH-HYDRAULIC DOOR OPEN/CLOSE
SHWDO
SMDE
SWITCH-FLUSH CHEMICALS
SHWCF
SMDE
SWITCH-UP/DOWN
SHU
SWITCH-DOOR INTERLOCK
SWITCH-MASTER SWITCH
SHSMA
SWITCH-DOOR INTERLOCK
SWITCH-MASTER SWITCH
SHSMA
SMD
SWITCH-MASTER SWITCH
SHSMA
SMD
SWITCH-MASTER SWITCH
SHSMA
SWITCH-DOOR IS LOCKED
SWITCH-MANUAL FLUSH
SHMF
SWITCH-DOOR INTERLOCK
SWITCH-MANUAL FLUSH
SHMF
SMD
SWITCH-FRONT/REAR
SHFR
SMD
SWITCH-EMERGENCY STOP (4840)
SWITCH-DOOR OPEN
SHDO
SHES
SWITCH-DOOR OPEN
SHDO
SWITCH-EMERGENCY STOP (4840)
SWITCH-DOOR OPEN
SHDO
SHES
SWITCH-DOOR OPEN
SHDO
SWITCH-EMERGENCY STOP (OPTIONAL)
SWITCH-DOOR OPEN
SHDO
SWITCH-EMERGENCY STOP (OPTIONAL)
SWITCH-JOG
SHCW
SHES
COMPONENT NUMBER
NUMBER
SHES
FUNCTION OF THIS
COMPONENT
W7X8JIA
W7X8JS+
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+
W7X8JIA
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JHD
W7X8JCF
W7X8JRH
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+
W7X8JEVA
W7X8JEV
W7X8JRH
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+
W7X8JIA
W7X8JVPC
MILNOR P/N
09R008ASTD
09R010D
09R012
09R012
09R012
09R014A
09R014A
09R014A
09R010D
09N127C
09N405S320
09N405S320
09N405PB10
09N405S320
09N405M220
09N405M220
09N405M220
09N405M220
09N405PB10
09N405PB10
09N405M320
09N508A
09N508A
09N508A
09N508A
09N405PB10
09N405PB10
09N405PB10
09N405PB10
09N405PB10
09N405M320
Page 5 of 8
THIS COMPONENT
WHERE TO FIND
09R008A+MOUNTING HDWRE+INST
DOOR LOCK SWITCH
MICSW SPDT PAINTED BZE6-RN 01
MICSW SPDT PAINTED BZE6-RN 01
MICSW SPDT PAINTED BZE6-RN 01
MINI-SW SPDT STAKON #V15G1C26K
MINI-SW SPDT STAKON #V15G1C26K
MINI-SW SPDT STAKON #V15G1C26K
DOOR LOCK SWITCH
KEYSW SPST 7A120VAC SCREW TERM
SWASS M3W 2NO
SWASS M3W 2NO
SWASS PBBK 1NO
SWASS M3W 2NO
SWASS M2W 2NO
SWASS M2W 2NO
SWASS M2W 2NO
SWASS M2W 2NO
SWASS PBBK 1NO
SWASS PBBK 1NO
SWASS M3W 2NO
SW ASSY EMER STOP VERSION 3-2POLE
SW ASSY EMER STOP VERSION 3-2POLE
SW ASSY EMER STOP VERSION 3-2POLE
SIDE OF SHELL
DOOR LATCH
DOOR LATCH
DOOR LATCH
DOOR LATCH
DOOR LATCH
DOOR LATCH
DOOR LATCH
DOOR LATCH
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SIDE OF MACHINE
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
FRONT
FRONT
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
SWITCH PANEL
LOCATION
W7X8JPL/20164326N
SW ASSY EMER STOP VERSION 3-2POLE
SWASS PBBK 1NO
SWASS PBBK 1NO
SWASS PBBK 1NO
SWASS PBBK 1NO
SWASS PBBK 1NO
SWASS M3W 2NO
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT PARTS LIST
6
VALVE-CHEMICAL #2 FLUSH
VALVE-CHEMICAL #3 FLUSH
VALVE-CHEMICAL #4 FLUSH
VALVE-CHEMICAL #5 FLUSH
VALVE-COOLDOWN WATER 30022
VALVE-COOLDOWN WATER 36026
VALVE-COOLDOWN WATER 42026&42032
VALVE-COOLDOWN WATER 48040
VALVE-COOLDOWN WATER 48040
VEC02
VEC03
VEC04
VEC05
VECD
VECD
VECD
VECD
VECD
VALVE-DOOR UNLATCH 36+42>MODEL AZ
VALVE-CHEMICAL #1 FLUSH
VEC01
VEDL
VAVLE-BRAKE RELEASE
VEBR
VALVE-DOWN
VAVLE-BRAKE RELEASE
VEBR
VALVE-DOOR UNLATCH 36+42 <MODEL AZ
VAVLE-BRAKE RELEASE
VEBR
VEDL
VALVE-BEARING PRESSURE
VED
VALVE-BEARING PRESSURE
SWITCH-THERMOSTAT DYNAMIC BRAKE
STDB
VEBP
SWITCH-THERMOSTAT DYNAMIC BRAKE
STDB
VEBP
SWITCH-THERMOSTAT DYNAMIC BRAKE
STDB
>>VALVE-ELECTRIC OPERATED
SWITCH-THERMOSTAT DYNAMIC BRAKE
STDB
VALVE-BEARING PRESSURE
>>>SWITCH-TEMPERATURE
ST
VEBP
SWITCH-DOOR PRESSURE LOW
VE
SWITCH-DOOR PRESSURE LOW
SPD
SWITCH-BEARING SEAL
SPBP
SPD
SWITCH-AIR PRESSURE AVAILABLE
SPA
SWITCH-BRAKE PRESSURE
>>>SWITCH-PRESSURE
SP
SWITCH-DOOR PRESSURE LOW
SWITCH-VIBRATION
SMWVB
SPD
COMPONENT NUMBER
NUMBER
SPBS
FUNCTION OF THIS
COMPONENT
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JRH
W7X8JEVA
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JCF
W7X8JCF
W7X8JCF
W7X8JCF
W7X8JCF
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JIA
W7X8JIA
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JIA
98CMCR3001
96R301B71
96R301B71
96R301B71
96R301B71
96P152A71
96P056A71
96P057A71
96P013B71
96P013B71
96P013B71
96P013B71
96P013B71
96R301B71
96R301B71
96R301B71
96TBC2BA71
96TBC2BA71
96TBC2BA71
30RA175T
30RA175T
30RA175T
30RA175T
09N082B10
09N082B10
09N082B10
09N082A
09N082B05
09N082A
SAE03 151
MILNOR P/N
Page 6 of 8
THIS COMPONENT
WHERE TO FIND
PILOT VALVE GANG N.C. X MACHINE
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1+1/4"NC 240V W/LEADS BURK
3/4" NC 230V50/60 W/LEADS BURK
1/2"NPT X 1/2"ORIFICE 240V 5/6
3/4" 2WAYPLASTICVAL 240V60C
3/4" 2WAYPLASTICVAL 240V60C
3/4" 2WAYPLASTICVAL 240V60C
3/4" 2WAYPLASTICVAL 240V60C
3/4" 2WAYPLASTICVAL 240V60C
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/4" N/C 2WAY 220V50/60C VALVE
1/4" N/C 2WAY 220V50/60C VALVE
1/4" N/C 2WAY 220V50/60C VALVE
THERMOSTAT OPENS AT 175F
THERMOSTAT OPENS AT 175F
THERMOSTAT OPENS AT 175F
THERMOSTAT OPENS AT 175F
PRESSW NASON CLOSE @ 10 LB
PRESSW NASON CLOSE @ 10 LB
PRESSW NASON CLOSE @ 10 LB
PRESSW NASON CLOSE @ 62 LB
PRESSW NASON CLOSE @ 5 LB
PRESSW NASON CLOSE @ 62 LB
ASSY-VIBRATION SWT=LG CONTR
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT PARTS LIST
REAR RT LEG
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
REAR OF MACH
REAR OF MACH
REAR OF MACH
5 CMPMT SUPPLY
5 CMPMT SUPPLY
5 CMPMT SUPPLY
5 CMPMT SUPPLY
5 CMPMT SUPPLY
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
BRAKING RESIST
BRAKING RESIST
BRAKING RESIST
BRAKING RESIST
AIR VALVE BOX
AIR VALVE BOX
AIR VALVE BOX
AIR VALVE BOX
AIR VALVE BOX
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
LOCATION
W7X8JPL/20164326N
7
VALVE-DOOR SEAL
VALVE-DOOR SEAL
VALVE-STEAM-36026,42026&32 <MODEL AZ
VALVE-STEAM-36026,42026&32 >MODEL AZ
VALVE STEAM 48040F7J
VALVE STEAM 48040F7B
VALVE-UP
VALVE-COLD WATER 30022
VALVE-COLD WATER 36026 <MODEL AZ
VALVE-COLD WATER 36026 >MODEL AZ
VALVE-COLD WATER 4226&32 <MODEL AZ
VALVE-COLD WATER 4226&32 >MODEL AZ
VALVE-COLD WATER 48040F7J
VEPPO
VESTM
VESTM
VESTM
VESTM
VEU
VEWC
VEWC
VEWC
VEWC
VEWC
VEWC
VALVE-TILT DOOR UNLATCH
VEHDL
VEPPO
VALVE-DOOR CLOSED
VEHDC
VALVE-DOOR SEAL 36+42 >MODEL AZ
VALVE-FLUSH SOAP
VEFLS
VEPPO
VALVE-FLUSH SOAP
VEFLS
VALVE-DOOR OPEN
VALVE-FLUSH 48040F7B
VEFL
VALVE-DOOR SEAL 36+42 <MODEL AZ
VALVE-FLUSH 48040F7J
VEFL
VEPPO
VALVE-FLUSH-36026,42026, & 42032
VEFL
VEHDO
VALVE-FLUSH-30022
VEFL
VALVE-DRAIN TO REUSE 48040F7J
VEDRR
VALVE-DRAIN TO REUSE 48040F7B
VALVE-DRAIN TO REUSE ALL EXCEPT 48040
VEDRR
VALVE-FRONT
VALVE-DRAIN 48040F7B
VEDR
VEF
VALVE-DRAIN 48040F7J
VEDR
VEDRR
VALVE-DOOR UNLATCH
VALVE-DRAIN ALL EXCEPT 48040
VALVE-DOOR UNLATCH
VEDL
VEDR
COMPONENT NUMBER
NUMBER
VEDL
FUNCTION OF THIS
COMPONENT
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JRH
W7X8JEVA
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JS+A
W7X8JHD
W7X8JS+B
W7X8JHD
W7X8JEVA
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEVA
W7X8JEVA
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JRH
W7X8JEVA
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEVA
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JS+C
W7X8JS+B
96R301B71
98CMCR3001
96P152A71
98CMCR3001
96P056A71
96P057A71
96R301B71
96R301B71
96R301B71
98CMCR3001
96P040A71
96R302B71
96R302B71
98CMCR3002
96R302B71
96RH706E71
96R301B71
96RH706E71
96P013G71
96P013G71
96R301B71
96R301B71
96P056A71
96P057A71
96R301B71
96R301B71
96R301B71
96D350B71
96R301B71
96R301B71
96D350A71
96R301B71
96R301B71
MILNOR P/N
Page 7 of 8
THIS COMPONENT
WHERE TO FIND
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
PILOT VALVE GANG N.C. X MACHINE
1+1/4"NC 240V W/LEADS BURK
PILOT VALVE GANG N.C. X MACHINE
3/4" NC 230V50/60 W/LEADS BURK
1/2"NPT X 1/2"ORIFICE 240V 5/6
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
PILOT VALVE GANG N.C. X MACHINE
3/4"STEAMVAL240V50/60C 150PSI
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NO 240V
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NO 240V
PILOT VALVE GANG N.O. X MACHINE
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NO 240V
VLVPARKER 220V50/240V60 7GPM
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
VLVPARKER 220V50/240V60 7GPM
3/4" 2WAY PLAS-VAL 240V/60C
3/4" 2WAY PLAS-VAL 240V/60C
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
3/4" NC 230V50/60 W/LEADS BURK
1/2"NPT X 1/2"ORIFICE 240V 5/6
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
DRINVAL 3"N/C MTRDR240V 50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
DRINVAL 3"N/O MTRDR240V 50/60C
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT PARTS LIST
VALVE BOX
REAR RT LEG
REAR OF MACH
REAR RT LEG
REAR OF MACH
REAR OF MACH
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
REAR RT LEG
STEAM LINE
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
REAR RT LEG
VALVE BOX
HYDDRAULIC UNIT
VALVE BOX
HYDDRAULIC UNIT
SOAP CHUTE
SOAP CHUTE
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
REAR OF MACH
REAR OF MACH
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
LOWER REAR
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
LOWER REAR
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
LOCATION
W7X8JPL/20164326N
8
FUNCTION OF THIS
COMPONENT NUMBER
VALVE-COLD WATER 48040F7B
VALVE-HOT WATER 30022
VALVE-HOT WATER 36026 <MODEL AZ
VALVE-HOT WATER 36026 >MODEL AZ
VALVE-HOT WATER 4226&32 <MODEL AZ
VALVE-HOT WATER 4226&32 >MODEL AZ
VALVE-HOT WATER 4840F7J
VALVE-HOT WATER 48040F7B
VALVE-EXTRA WATER 30022
VALVE-EXTRA WATER 36026
VALVE-EXTRA WATER 42026 & 42032
VALVE-EXTRA WATER 48040F7J
VALVE-EXTRA WATER 4840F7B
COMPONENT
NUMBER
VEWC
VEWH
VEWH
VEWC
VEWH
VEWC
VEWH
VEWH
VEWVX
VEWVX
VEWVX
VEWVX
VEWVX
W7X8JEVA
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEVA
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEV
W7X8JEVA
MILNOR P/N
96R301B71
96R301B71
96P152A71
96P056A71
96P057A71
96R301B71
96R301B71
98CMCR3001
96P152A71
98CMCR3001
96P056A71
96P057A71
96R301B71
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THIS COMPONENT
WHERE TO FIND
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1+1/4"NC 240V W/LEADS BURK
3/4" NC 230V50/60 W/LEADS BURK
1/2"NPT X 1/2"ORIFICE 240V 5/6
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
PILOT VALVE GANG N.C. X MACHINE
1+1/4"NC 240V W/LEADS BURK
PILOT VALVE GANG N.C. X MACHINE
3/4" NC 230V50/60 W/LEADS BURK
1/2"NPT X 1/2"ORIFICE 240V 5/6
1/8" AIRPILOT 3W NC 240V50/60
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT PARTS LIST
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
REAR OF MACH
REAR OF MACH
REAR OF MACH
VALVE BOX
VALVE BOX
REAR RT LEG
REAR OF MACH
REAR RT LEG
REAR OF MACH
REAR OF MACH
VALVE BOX
LOCATION
W7X8JPL/20164326N
PELLERIN MILNOR CORPORATION
LIMITED STANDARD WARRANTY
We warrant to the original purchaser that MILNOR machines including electronic
hardware/software (hereafter referred to as “equipment”), will be free from defects in material and
workmanship for a period of one year from the date of shipment (unless the time period is specifically
extended for certain parts pursuant to a specific MILNOR published extended warranty) from our
factory with no operating hour limitation. This warranty is contingent upon the equipment being
installed, operated and serviced as specified in the operating manual supplied with the equipment,
and operated under normal conditions by competent operators.
Providing we receive written notification of a warranted defect within 30 days of its discovery, we
will at our option repair or replace the defective part or parts, FOB our factory. We retain the right to
require inspection of the parts claimed defective in our factory prior to repairing or replacing same.
We will not be responsible, or in any way liable, for unauthorized repairs or service to our equipment,
and this warranty shall be void if the equipment is tampered with, modified, or abused, used for
purposes not intended in the design and construction of the machine, or is repaired or altered in any
way without MILNOR's written consent.
Parts damaged by exposure to weather, to aggressive water, or to chemical attack are not covered by
this warranty. For parts which require routine replacement due to normal wear such as gaskets,
contact points, brake and clutch linings, belts, hoses, and similar parts the warranty time period is 90
days.
We reserve the right to make changes in the design and/or construction of our equipment (including
purchased components) without obligation to change any equipment previously supplied.
ANY SALE OR FURNISHING OF ANY EQUIPMENT BY MILNOR IS MADE ONLY UPON
THE EXPRESS UNDERSTANDING THAT MILNOR MAKES NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR USE OR
PURPOSE OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY IMPLIED BY LAW INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO REDHIBITION. MILNOR WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY COSTS OR
DAMAGES ACTUALLY INCURRED OR REQUIRED AS A RESULT OF: THE FAILURE OF
ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY TO PERFORM ITS RESPONSIBILITIES, FIRE OR
OTHER HAZARD, ACCIDENT, IMPROPER STORAGE, MIS-USE, NEGLECT, POWER OR
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL MALFUNCTIONS, DAMAGE FROM LIQUIDS, OR ANY
OTHER CAUSE BEYOND THE NORMAL RANGE OF USE. REGARDLESS OF HOW
CAUSED, IN NO EVENT SHALL MILNOR BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT,
PUNITIVE, LIQUIDATED, OR CONSEQUENTIAL COSTS OR DAMAGES, OR ANY COSTS
OR DAMAGES WHATSOEVER WHICH EXCEED THE PRICE PAID TO MILNOR FOR THE
EQUIPMENT IT SELLS OR FURNISHES.
THE PROVISIONS ON THIS PAGE REPRESENT THE ONLY WARRANTY FROM MILNOR
AND NO OTHER WARRANTY OR CONDITIONS, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, SHALL
BE IMPLIED.
WE NEITHER ASSUME, NOR AUTHORIZE ANY EMPLOYEE OR OTHER PERSON TO
ASSUME FOR US, ANY OTHER RESPONSIBILITY AND/OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION
WITH THE SALE OR FURNISHING OF OUR EQUIPMENT TOANY BUYER.
BMP720097/2008272A
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How to Get the Necessary Repair Components
BIUUUD19 (Published) Book specs- Dates: 20081231 / 20081231 / 20081231 Lang: ENG01 Applic: UUU
How to Get the Necessary Repair Components
This document uses Simplified Technical English.
Learn more at http://www.asd-ste100.org.
You can get components to repair your machine from the approved supplier where you got this
machine. Your supplier will usually have the necessary components in stock. You can also get
components from the Milnor® factory.
Tell the supplier the machine model and serial number and this data for each necessary component:
• The component number from this manual
• The component name if known
• The necessary quantity
• The necessary transportation requirements
• If the component is an electrical component, give the schematic number if known.
• If the component is a motor or an electrical control, give the nameplate data from the used
component.
To write to the Milnor factory:
Pellerin Milnor Corporation
Post Office Box 400
Kenner, LA 70063-0400
UNITED STATES
Telephone: 504-467-2787
Fax: 504-469-9777
Email: parts@milnor.com
— End of BIUUUD19 —
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How to Use Milnor® Electrical Schematic Diagrams
BIUUUK01 (Published) Book specs- Dates: 20130308 / 20130308 / 20130308 Lang: ENG01 Applic: PCR UUU
How to Use Milnor® Electrical Schematic Diagrams
Milnor® electrical schematic manuals contain a table of contents/component list and a set of
schematic drawings. These documents are cross referenced and must be used together.
The table of contents/components list shows, for every component on every schematic in the
manual, the component item number (explained in detail below), statement of function, parent
schematic number, part number, description and electric box location. In older manuals, two
component lists are provided: List 1 sorts the components by function, and List 2 by type of
component. Newer schematic manuals include only the list sorted by component number.
The schematic drawings use symbols for each electromechanical component, and indicate the
function of each. Integrated circuits are not shown, but the function of each microprocessor input
and output is stated. Certain electrical components not pertinent to circuit logic, such as wire
connectors, are not represented on the schematic.
Most machines require several schematics to describe the complete control system and all the
options available on the included models. In most manuals there are some schematic pages that
don't apply to your specific machine because certain options and configurations are mutually
exclusive or are not necessary in all markets. You may find it helpful to mark or remove such
pages. A schematic page that only applies to a subset of machines will normally state, in the title,
which models and/or options it covers. Compare this with the nameplate on your machine and
with your purchase records.
Each schematic is devoted to circuits with common functions (e.g., microprocessor inputs, motor
contactors). Schematics appear in the manual in alphanumeric order.
1.
Component Prefix Classifications and Descriptions
Component item numbers consist of up to six characters and appear as part of a component's
symbol on the schematic. The first two characters indicate the general class of component, and
the remaining characters are a mnemonic for the function. For example, “CD” is the code for all
time delay relays, and “SR” stands for safety reset. Thus, CDSR is a time delay relay that serves
as a safety reset.
The following are descriptions of electrical components used in Milnor® machines. Descriptions
are in alphabetical order by the component class code (two character prefix).
Note 1: Some component class codes do not have a corresponding symbol, but are represented by a box
and an accompanying note describing the component. Examples of such codes are BA (printed circuit
board), ED (electronic display), and ES (electronic power supply).
BA=Printed Circuit Board—Insulating substrate on which a thin pattern of copper conductors
has been formed to connect discrete electronic components also mounted on the board.
CB=Circuit Breaker (Figure 1)—Automatic switch that opens an electric circuit in abnormal
current conditions (e.g., an overload).
Figure 1: Circuit Breaker (CB)
CD=Control, Time Delay Relay (Figure 2)—A relay whose contacts switch only after a fixed
or adjustable delay, once voltage has been applied to its coil. The contacts switch back to
normal (de-energized state) immediately when the voltage is removed.
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Figure 2: Time Delay Relay (CD)
Coil and Contacts
Legend
A.
B.
Coil
Contacts
.
CL=Control, Latch Relay (Figure 3)—A relay which latches in an energized or set position
when operated by one coil (the latch/set coil). The relay stays latched even though coil voltage
is removed. The relay releases or unlatches when voltage is applied to a second coil (the
unlatch/reset coil).
Figure 3: Latch Relay (CL)
Coils and Contacts
Legend
A.
B.
Coils
Contacts
.
CR=Control, Relay (Figure 4)—A relay whose contacts switch immediately when voltage is
applied to its coil and revert to normal when the voltage is removed.
Figure 4: Standard Relay (CR)
Coils and Contacts
Legend
A.
B.
Coil
Contacts
.
CP=Control, Photo-Eye (Figure 5)—Photo-eyes sense the presence of an object without direct
physical contact. Photo-eyes consist of a transmitter, receiver, and output module. These
components may be housed in one assembly with the transmitter bouncing light off of a
reflector to the receiver, or these components can be housed in two separate assemblies with
the transmitter pointed directly at the receiver. The photo-eye can be set to turn on its output
either when the light beam becomes blocked (dark operate) or when it becomes un-blocked
(light operate).
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Figure 5: Photo-eye (CP)
Symbols
Legend
A.
B.
Example of single
assembly
Example of two separate
assemblies
.
CS=Control, Contactor/Motor Starter (Figure 6)—A relay capable of handling heavier
electrical loads, usually a motor.
Figure 6: Other Control Symbols
EB=Electric Buzzer (Figure 6)—An audible signaling device.
EC=Electric Clutch (Figure 6)—A clutch consists of a coil and a rotor. The rotor has two
separate rotating plates. These plates are free to rotate independent of each other until the coil
is energized. Once energized the two plates turn as one.
ED=Electronic Display—A visual presentation of data, such as an LCD (liquid crystal display),
LED (light emitting diode) display, or VFD (vacuum florescent display).
EF=Electric Fuse (Figure 6)—A fuse is an over-current safety device with a circuit opening
fusible member which is heated and severed by the passage of over-current through it.
EL=Electric Light (Figure 6)—Indicator lights may be either incandescent or fluorescent.
EM=Electro Magnet Solenoid—A device consisting of a core surrounded by a wire coil through
which an electric current is passed. While current is flowing, iron is attracted to the core (e.g.,
a pinch tube drain valve solenoid).
ES=Electronic Power Supply—A device that converts AC (alternating current) to filtered and
regulated DC (direct current). The input voltage to the power supply is usually 120 or 240
VAC. The output is +5, +12, and -12 VDC.
ET=Thermal Overload (Figure 7)—A safety device designed to protect a motor. A thermal
overload consists of an overload block, heaters, and an auxiliary contact. The auxiliary contact
is normally installed in a safety (three-wire) circuit that stops power to the motor contactor
coil when a motor overload occurs.
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Figure 7: Thermal Overload (ET)
Schematic Symbol
Legend
A.
B.
Heater (one per phase)
Overload relay; contacts open if overload
condition exists
.
EX=Electrical Transformer (Figure 8)—A device that transfers electrical energy from one
isolated circuit to another, often raising or lowering the voltage in the process.
KB=Keyboard—Device similar to a typewriter for making entries to a computer.
MN=Electronic Monitor (CRT)—A cathode ray tube used for visual presentation of data.
MR=Motors (Figure 9)—Electromechanical device that converts electrical energy into
mechanical energy.
Figure 8: Transformer (EX)
Figure 9: Electric Motor (MR)
MV=Motor (Variable Speed) Inverter—To vary the speed of an AC motor, the volts to
frequency ratio must be kept constant. The motor will overheat if this ratio is not maintained.
The motor variable speed inverter converts three phase AC to DC. The inverter then uses this
DC voltage to generate AC at the proper voltage and frequency for the commanded speed.
Note 2: Switch symbols used in the schematics and described below always depict the switch in its unactuated state.
PX=Proximity Switch (Figure 10)—A device which reacts to the proximity of an target without
physical contact or connection. The actuator or target causes a change in the inductance of the
proximity switch which causes the switch to operate. Proximity switches can be two-wire
(AC) or three-wire (DC) devices.
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Figure 10: Proximity Switches (PX)
Switch Symbols
Legend
A.
B.
Alternating current
proximity switch
Direct current proximity
switch
.
SC=Switch, Cam Operated (Figure 11)—A switch in which the electrical contacts are opened
and/or closed by the mechanical action of a cam(s). Applications include 35-50 pound timer
operated machines, Autospot, timer reversing motor assembly, and some balancing systems.
SH=Switch, Hand Operated (Figure 12)—A switch that is manually operated (e.g., Start
button, Master switch, etc.).
Figure 11: Cam Switch (SC)
Figure 12: Hand Operated Switch
(SH)
SK=Switch, Key Lock (Figure 13)—A switch that requires a key to operate. This prevents
unauthorized personnel from gaining access to certain functions (e.g., the Program menu).
SL=Switch, Level Operated (Figure 14)—A switch connected to a float that causes the switch
to open and close as the level changes.
Figure 13: Key Switch (SK)
Figure 14: Level Switch (SL)
SM=Switch, Mechanically Operated (Figure 15)—A switch that is mechanically operated by a
part of or the motion of the machine (e.g., door closed switch, tilt limit switches, etc.)
SP=Switch, Pressure Operated (Figure 16)—A switch in which a diaphragm presses against a
switch actuator.
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Figure 15: Mechanical Switch (SM)
Figure 16: Pressure Switch (SP)
ST=Switch, Temperature Operated (Figure 17)—A switch that is actuated at a preset
temperature (e.g., dryer safety probes) or has adjustable set points (e.g., Motometers or
Combistats).
TB=Terminal Board (Figure 18)—A strip or block for attaching or terminating wires.
Figure 17: Temperature Switch
(ST)
Figure 18: Terminal Board (TB)
VE=Valve, Electric Operated (Figure 19)—A valve operated by an electric coil to control the
flow of fluid. The fluid can be air, water or hydraulic.
Figure 19: Electrically Operated
Valve (VE)
ZF=Rectifier (Figure 20)—A solid state device that converts alternating current to direct
current.
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Figure 20: Bridge Rectifier (ZF)
Component Symbol
Legend
A.
B.
Alternating current input
Direct current output
.
Figure 21: Bridge Rectifier
Component
Legend
A.
B.
C.
Alternating current in
Negative direct current
out
Positive direct current out
.
WC=Wiring Connector—A coupling device for joining two cables or connecting a cable to an
electronic circuit or piece of equipment. Connectors are male or female, according to whether
they plug into or receive the mating connector.
2.
Component Terminal Numbering
CAUTION 1 : Risk of Mis-wiring—Due to electrical component manufacturing
inconsistencies, the pin numbers imprinted on components such as connectors and relay bases
used on Milnor machines often do not correspond to the pin numbers shown in the schematics.
• Ignore pin numbers imprinted on in-line connectors (e.g., Molex connectors) and relay
bases.
• Use the pin identification illustrations herein to identify pins on these components.
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Figure 22: Plug-in Relays
11-pin Relay with Grey Base
Legend
Left. View of
relay
and
base
Right. Same
view,
showing pin
numbers
14-pin Relay with Grey Base (older)
14-pin Relay with Black Base (newer)
14-pin Relay with Beige Base (rare)
.
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Note 3: Relay functional names ending with the letter "M" (e.g., CRxxM) are not discrete components but
are a component of a printed circuit board. They are usually not individually replaceable.
Figure 23: AMP Connector Pin Locations
36-pin Connector
18-pin Connector
Legend
A.
B.
View of mating halves of connector
Same view, showing assigned pin numbers
.
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Figure 24: Molex Connector Pin Locations
15-pin Connector
9-pin Connector
6-pin Connector
4-Pin Connector
2-pin Connector
Legend
A.
B.
.
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View of mating halves of connector
Same view, showing assigned pin numbers
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Figure 25: Pressure Switch
Component
Legend
A.
B.
C.
Contact 1—Normally open
Contact 2—Normally closed
Contact 3—Common
.
Figure 26: Toggle Switch
Component
Legend
A.
B.
C.
D.
Normally closed contacts
Common contacts
Normally open contacts
Pole
.
Figure 27: Switch with Replaceable Contact Blocks
Rotary or Push-button Switch Component
Legend
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
.
3.
Terminal 7
Terminal 8
Terminal 4 if normally open; terminal 1 if normally closed
Terminal 5 if normally open; terminal 2 if normally closed
Terminal V
Terminal 9
Terminal Q if normally open; terminal K if normally closed
Terminal 6 if normally open; terminal 3 if normally closed
Terminal W
Terminal X
Terminal R if normally open; terminal L if normally closed
Terminal S if normally open; terminal M if normally closed
Features of Milnor® Electrical Schematic Diagrams
Document BMP010012 (following this section) is a sample schematic, based on a schematic
diagram for the Milnor® gas dryer. For the purposes of this exercise, the schematic is shown gray
and explanations of the items on the schematic are shown black.
The item numbers below correspond to the circled item numbers shown on the drawing.
1. The first six characters of the drawing number (W6DRYG) indicate that this is a wiring
diagram (W), identify the generation of controls (6), and identify the type of machine
(DRYG=Gas Dryer). These characters appear in the drawing number of every schematic in
the set.
The characters following the first six are unique to each drawing. The two characters
identified as the page number are an abbreviation for the function performed by the depicted
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circuitry (S+=three-wire circuit) and establish the order in which the schematic occurs in the
manual (schematics are arranged in alpha-numeric order in the manual).
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Whenever circuitry changes are significant enough to warrant publishing a new schematic
drawing, the new drawing number will be the same as the old except for the major revision
letter (A in the example).
Included in the drawing title are the class of control system, the title of this circuit, and the
circuit voltage.
Line numbers are provided along the bottom edge of the drawing. These permit service
personnel in the field and at the Milnor® factory to quickly relate circuit locations when
discussing troubleshooting over the phone. Page and line numbers are referenced on the
drawing as explained in items five and six below.
Relay contacts show the page and line number on which the relay coil may be found. This is
the type of cross referencing most frequently used in troubleshooting.
Relay coils show the page and line number on which its associated contacts are located.
Relay contacts and relay coils show the physical location of the relay.
The designation MTA applies to electronic circuit board connections. Typically, a control
system will contain several different types of circuit boards and one or more boards of each
type. A numerical suffix identifies the board type and a numerical prefix identifies which one
of several boards of a given type is being depicted. For example, the designation 1MTA5
identifies this as the first I/O board (8 output, 16 input board) in the control system. As shown
on the drawing, a pin number follows the board number, separated by a dash. Thus, 1MTA59 is pin 9 on this board. The numerical designations for board types vary from one control
system to another. Some of the board types commonly encountered on the Mark V and Mark
VI washer-extractor control and their designations are as follows:
• MTM1-MTM8 = Mother board
• MTA1-MTA5 = 8 output, 16 input (8/16) boards
• MTA11-MTA14 = 24 output boards
• MTA30-MTA40 = processor boards
• MTA41-MTA43 = digital to analog (D/A) boards
• MTA51-MTA55 = analog to digital (A/D) boards
• MTA81-MTA85 = balance A-D board
The complete listing of the boards utilized in a given control system can be found in the
component list for that system.
8. Wire numbers, as described earlier in this section, are shown at appropriate locations on the
schematic drawing.
9. Where diamond symbols appear at the end of a conductor, these are match points for
continuing the schematic on another drawing. The page and line number that continues the
circuit is printed adjacent to the diamond symbol. Where more than one match point appears
on the referenced page, match diamonds containing corresponding letters.
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This indicates on which
page (W6DRYGS+) and
4 line
number (08) the relay
coil can be found for this
set of contacts
Any relay that ends
with an "M" is
located on an
electronic board.
5
This indicates on which
schematic page and
line number the relay
contacts of this coil (on Line
08) are located (i.e.,
W6DRYGS+, Lines 9 and 11).
Normally
closed
contacts
7-1 contact S+09
8-2 contact
9-3 contact
V-Q contact
Normally
open
contacts
S+11 7-4 contact
S+11 8-5 contact
9-6 contact
V-K contact
Contact not used
Drawing and line where
contact is located
6
This is the physical
location of the relay on
the machine. Row and
column numbers are
shown on the appropriate
tag for each relay tray.
Position
2A1M
Relay Tray
Number
Row
Column
Function
(M=Main Air)
A
B
1 2 3 4
9
BMP010012-L
24
Mass termination assembly
Pin number
7
1MTA5-9
MTA designation on board
Board MTA group designation
An MTA is a connection on an
electronic circuit board. The
notes and the tag page locate
the appropriate board.
Major revision
(letter)
1
Page number
(S+)
8
Machine type
Wire identification marking. (Gas fired dryer)
This designation is
stamped on the wire every
6 inches and is used with
the signal routing table.
6th generation
of controls
W = Wiring
2
Page line
numbers
Class of control system
Title of this circuit
Voltage of this circuit
3
BMP010012-R
25
26
27
3626/4232 3626/4232
ONLY
ONLY
SMWVB
220/
240VAC
WHEN CHANGING EPROMS
(SOFTWARE) MAKE SURE
THE REFERENCE NOTCH
IS AS SHOWN AND THAT
NO PINS ARE BENT UNDER
EPROM
CHIP.
IC12
POWER
M1
M4
LEVEL
1 3
1 2
4 6
3 4
PRESSURE
1MTD
1MTP
7
8
TBS
CHEMICAL OUTPUTS
SOFTENER 4
STARCH 5
CHEMICAL
6
OUTPUT 6
1 3
M2
WCLR
8
1
DETERGENT 1
BLEACH 2
SOUR 3
9
1
14
7
WCV
DISPLAY
16
8
SW. PNL
M7
WCD
M6
INPUTS
ESPS
SPA
M5
M3
CHEMICAL
OUTPUTS OUTPUTS
1
12
1 3
13
24
4 6
SPD
SELECT
240V--208V
TB3
SH01 T
B
CRDL CRD CRE
5
EF2
T
EF1
B
START CIRCUIT BOARD 2
TB1
BAUP
188
PROCESSOR
BOARD
MVINV
INVERTER
MVDBR
MVDBR
R
R
E
E
STDB
S
S
TEMP
I
I
S SENSOR S
T
T
O
O
R
R
FOR VOLTAGES
GREATER THAN
240V ONLY
GND
E
G
G
F
L L L
T T T
N
N CSVP
P
1 2 3
1 2 3
D
D
1
ONLY USED
ON 208-240V
MACHINES
E
F
CLA TBA GND
P
2
ONLY ON
36 & 42X
MACHINES
MICRO 6 SYSTEMS
30022/36026X8J & 42032X7J
CONTROL PANEL
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EXHV
B2T2002039
2005434G
W7X8JTG1
2006393B
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30022,3626X8J, 4226,4232X7J
CONTROL BOX LAYOUTS
W7X8JTG1
W7X8JTG1
2006393B
BAUP
188
PROCRSSOR
M6
INPUTS
WCL
CRA
CREI
POWER SUPPLY
ESPS2
120VAC TO
+12, -12 AND
+5VDC
CRD
CRDL
WCV
G
N
D
1MTD
220/
240VAC
1MTP
7
8
TBS
CHEMICAL OUTPUTS
5
6
CHEMICAL
OUTPUT 6 6
WCM
WHEN CHANGING EPROMS
(SOFTWARE) MAKE SURE
THE REFERENCE NOTCH
IS AS SHOWN AND THAT
NO PINS ARE BENT UNDER
EPROM
CHIP.
IC12
POWER
M1
M4
LEVEL
6 4
4 3
3 1
2 1
PRESSURE
1
14
1
2
SOFTENER 4
STARCH 5
1 3
M2
7
8
24
DETERGENT 1
BLEACH 2
SOUR 3
DISPLAY
1
16
SW. PNL
M7
4
M5
M3
CHEMICAL
OUTPUTS OUTPUTS
1
21
WCS
8
9
WCT
FOR 48040 F7B ONLY
CLCLA
CRDB
CRFDL CRFDR CRRDL CRRDR CRDOA
FOR 12 CHEMICAL FLUSHING ONLY
SMWVB
TB
TB
GND CRC1CRC2 CRC3 CRC4 CRC5 CRC6
GND
MICRO 6 SYSTEMS
48040F7J/B WITH H CONTROLS
LOW VOLT BOX
B2T2004035
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2012316B
30
2009044G
W7X8JTG2
2012316B
WCL
TB
CSBS
CSHYP
ETVS
ETHYD
CB1
EXHV
MVINR
48040H7N/W
INVERTER BOX
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2012124A
W7X8JTG2
2012316B
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MVLF
48040F7J/F7B
CONTROL BOX LAYOUTS
T
3
EF02
T
2
W7X8JTG2
MVINV
T
1
EF01
L
3
EFP2
L
2
EFP1
L
1
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