HB Fuller Liquamelt Adhesive and Equipment Systems

HB Fuller Liquamelt Adhesive and Equipment Systems
Setup - Operation
H.B. Fuller Liquamelt®
Adhesive and
Equipment Systems
3A1654C
EN
For heating and dispensing Liquamelt material. For professional use only.
Not approved for use in Hazardous Locations.
1700 psi (12 MPa, 117 bar) Maximum Fluid Working Pressure
400°F (204°C) Maximum Fluid Operating Temperature
100 psi (7 MPa, 0.7 bar) Maximum Air Inlet Pressure
Important Safety Instructions
Read all warnings and instructions in this
manual. Save these instructions.
See page 3 for model information.
Liquamelt® and TurboActivator™ are both registered trademarks of H.B. Fuller Company.
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Bag-in-box system shown
Contents
Contents
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Related Manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Machine Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Chemical Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Pneumatic Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Controller Area Network (CAN) Cable Connections
9
Fluid Control Module (FCM) Connections . . . . . 10
TurboActivator Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Component Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Base System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
TurboActivator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Advanced Display Module (ADM) . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Temperature Control Module (TCM) . . . . . . . . . 18
Fluid Control Module (FCM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Startup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Pressure Relief Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
System Shutdown Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Screen Navigation Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Set the Active Recipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Heating System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Dispensing Material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Replace Bag-in-Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Flushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Advanced Display Module (ADM) . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Temperature Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Fluid Control Module (FCM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Level Sensor Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
TurboActivator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Optional Light Tower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
ADM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Temperature Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Fluid Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Appendix A - Icon Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Appendix B - Run Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Appendix C - Setup Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
2
Appendix D - ADM Event and Error Codes Overview
68
Appendix E - USB Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
USB Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Log Files, Folder Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Download Log Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Transfer System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Liquamelt™ Packaging Adhesive Equipment System
Warranty for North America End Users* . . . . 84
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H.B. Fuller Liquamelt Adhesive and
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3A1655
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3A2579
Valve Kit, Instructions-Parts
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Models
Models
System
Full Load Available
Peak
Watts per
Voltage
Amps
Gun
System No. Turbo No. Hose No. Channels (Phase)
24L055
24K212
24K264
1
120 (1)
12
210
24L056
24K212
24K264
2
120 (1)
22
210
24L057 ★
24K281
24K264
1
230 (1)
12
1170
24L058 ★
24K281
24K264
2
230 (1)
22
1170
24L059 ★
24K281
24K264
3
230 (1)
32
1170
24L060 ★
24K281
24K264
4
230 (1)
42
1170
24L061 ★
24K281
24K264
3
230 (3)
22
1170
24L062 ★
24K281
24K264
4
230 (3)
32
1170
System
No.
24L055
24L056
24L057
24L058
24L059
24L060
24L061
24L062
★
Max
Flow
Approx
Rate Output per Pressure Weight
(lb/hr) Cycle (cc)
Ratio
(lb)
8
45
17:01
135
16
45
17:01
140
8
45
17:01
135
16
45
17:01
140
24
45
17:01
145
32
45
17:01
150
24
45
17:01
145
32
45
17:01
150
approved
† Full load peak amps as outlined in the table above and nominal peak amps are not equivalent. To calculate nominal peak amps (the peak power draw that can be expected for a given installation) use the following formula. Note
that the system may not pull this amperage continuously, incoming service must be capable of supplying this
amperage continuously in compliance with all applicable electrical codes.
Nominal Peak Amps =
(1000 x Channels) + Total Gun Wattage for System
Minimum Expected Supply Voltage
Example: 2 channel system with 250 watt guns
(1000 x 2) + 500
= 12 Amps
208
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Warnings
Warnings
The following warnings are for the set up, use, grounding, maintenance, and repair of this equipment. The exclamation point symbol alerts you to a general warning and the hazard symbols refer to procedure-specific risks. When
these symbols appear in the body of this manual, refer back to these Warnings. Product-specific hazard symbols and
warnings not covered in this section may appear throughout the body of this manual where applicable.
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
This equipment must be grounded. Improper grounding, setup, or usage of the system can cause electric
shock.
• Turn off and disconnect power at main switch before disconnecting any cables and before servicing or
installing equipment.
• Connect only to grounded power source.
• All electrical wiring must be done by a qualified electrician and comply with all local codes and
regulations.
SKIN INJECTION HAZARD
High-pressure fluid from dispensing device, hose leaks, or ruptured components will pierce skin. This may
look like just a cut, but it is a serious injury that can result in amputation. Get immediate surgical
treatment.
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• Do not point dispensing device at anyone or at any part of the body.
• Do not put your hand over the fluid outlet.
• Do not stop or deflect leaks with your hand, body, glove, or rag.
• Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when you stop dispensing and before cleaning, checking, or
servicing equipment.
• Tighten all fluid connections before operating the equipment.
• Check hoses and couplings daily. Replace worn or damaged parts immediately.
BURN HAZARD
Equipment surfaces and fluid that’s heated can become very hot during operation. To avoid severe burns:
• Do not touch hot fluid or equipment.
TOXIC FLUID OR FUMES HAZARD
Toxic fluids or fumes can cause serious injury or death if splashed in the eyes or on skin, inhaled, or
swallowed.
• Read MSDSs to know the specific hazards of the fluids you are using.
• Store hazardous fluid in approved containers, and dispose of it according to applicable guidelines.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
You must wear appropriate protective equipment when operating, servicing, or when in the operating area
of the equipment to help protect you from serious injury, including eye injury, hearing loss, inhalation of
toxic fumes, and burns. This equipment includes but is not limited to:
• Protective eyewear, and hearing protection.
• Respirators, protective clothing, and gloves as recommended by the fluid and solvent manufacturer.
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Warnings
WARNING
EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD
Misuse can cause death or serious injury.
• Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
• Do not exceed the maximum working pressure or temperature rating of the lowest rated system
component. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals.
• Use fluids and solvents that are compatible with equipment wetted parts. See Technical Data in all
equipment manuals. Read fluid and solvent manufacturer’s warnings. For complete information about
your material, request MSDS from distributor or retailer.
• Do not leave the work area while equipment is energized or under pressure. Turn off all equipment and
follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when equipment is not in use.
• Check equipment daily. Repair or replace worn or damaged parts immediately with genuine
manufacturer’s replacement parts only.
• Do not alter or modify equipment.
• Use equipment only for its intended purpose. Call your distributor for information.
• Route hoses and cables away from traffic areas, sharp edges, moving parts, and hot surfaces.
• Do not kink or over bend hoses or use hoses to pull equipment.
• Keep children and animals away from work area.
• Comply with all applicable safety regulations.
FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
Flammable fumes, such as solvent and paint fumes, in work area can ignite or explode. To help prevent
fire and explosion:
• Use equipment only in well ventilated area.
• Eliminate all ignition sources; such as pilot lights, cigarettes, portable electric lamps, and plastic drop
cloths (potential static arc).
• Keep work area free of debris, including solvent, rags and gasoline.
• Do not plug or unplug power cords, or turn power or light switches on or off when flammable fumes are
present.
• Ground all equipment in the work area. See Grounding instructions.
• Use only grounded hoses.
• Hold gun firmly to side of grounded pail when triggering into pail.
• If there is static sparking or you feel a shock, stop operation immediately. Do not use equipment until
you identify and correct the problem.
• Keep a working fire extinguisher in the work area.
PRESSURIZED ALUMINUM PARTS HAZARD
Use of fluids that are incompatible with aluminum in pressurized equipment can cause serious chemical
reaction and equipment rupture. Failure to follow this warning can result in death, serious injury, or
property damage.
• Do not use 1,1,1-trichloroethane, methylene chloride, other halogenated hydrocarbon solvents or
fluids containing such solvents.
• Many other fluids may contain chemicals that can react with aluminum. Contact your material supplier
for compatibility.
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Warnings
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Machine Overview
Machine Overview
Chemical Flow
The machine uses a hopper to maintain chemical volume. The chemical is moved from the hopper to the TurboActivators through the use of a pump which is powered by an air motor.
#1-Chemical enters through ball valve.
COMPONENT
LOW PRESSURE
HIGH PRESSURE
#2-Chemical fills the hopper.
#4-Chemical is distributed
to channels through the
manifold.
All chemical components
past the fluid manifold are
high pressure.
Pressure Relief Valve:
Relieves fluid pressure.
#3-Chemical is gravity fed into the pump.
Pressure Relief Tube:
Chemical routing when pressure relief valve is active.
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FIG. 1
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Machine Overview
Pneumatic Connections
The air controls the chemical pressure of the system by increasing or decreasing the air pressure to the air motor.
The air is also connected to the pressure relief valve for proper operation.
Air Motor:
Moves the chemical pump.
Solenoid Valve - Air Motor:
Turns on/off the air motor.
Solenoid Valve - Pressure
Relief Valve:
Turns on/off the pressure
relief valve
Pressure Gauge:
Monitors air pressure.
Air Supply
NOTE: This gauge does not
show the system chemical
pressure.
Air Regulator:
Adjusts the air pressure to
the system.
Pressure Relief Valve:
Relieves fluid pressure.
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FIG. 2
8
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Machine Overview
Controller Area Network (CAN) Cable Connections
CAN cables are used to allow different electrical components of the system to communicate with each other. The
cable also supplies 24V power to the components.
Channel 4
Advanced Display
Module (ADM):
Machine controller.
Low Power Temperature
Control Module (TCM):
Controls temperature
zones.
Channel 3
Channel 2
Channel 1
24V Power Supply:
Converts incoming
power to 24V
Fluid Control Module
(FCM):
Controls machine
inputs and outputs.
Cable from 24V
power supply.
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FIG. 3
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Machine Overview
Fluid Control Module (FCM) Connections
The Fluid Control Module is used to monitor or control various devices of the system.
Solenoid Valve - Air Motor:
Turns on/off the air motor.
Solenoid Valve - Pressure Relief Valve:
Turns on/off the pressure relief valve.
Solenoid Valve - Hopper:
Opens the hopper to the atmosphere to allow
chemical to fill the hopper.
Light Tower (Optional):
Visual indicator of
machine status.
Low Level Sensor:
Monitors fluid levels.
Empty Level Sensor:
Monitors fluid levels.
Linear Position Sensor:
Monitors piston position of
the air motor.
Fluid Pressure Sensor
(Located on manifold):
Monitors the fluid pressure of the system.
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FIG. 4
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Machine Overview
TurboActivator Connections
The TurboActivator provides heat to the chemical and begins the glue making process. All electrical connections
can be traced to the specific heat tray it is connected to.
TurboActivator Overtemp Switch:
Cuts power to the heat rod if temperature is excessive.
TurboActivator Inlet RTD:
Monitors temperature.
TurboActivator Heat Rod:
Provides heat.
TurboActivator Middle RTD:
Monitors temperature.
Dispense Gun Heat Rod
Power supply from
breaker.
Dispense Gun RTD
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FIG. 5
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Component Identification
Component Identification
Base System
E
F
L
A
R
B
G
J
K
P
N
M
S
D
C
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H
Q
Key:
A
B
C
D
E
F
Advanced Display Module
(ADM)
Electrical Enclosure
Air Pressure Regulator
Air Pressure Gauge
Optional Alarm Light Tower
Optional Bag-in-box
G
H
J
K
L
M
Material Hopper
Main Power Switch
Low Level Sensor
Empty Level Sensor
Air Inlet Connection
Fluid Hose Connections
N
P
Q
R
S
Power Connection to Hose
Signal Cable Connection to
Hose
Incoming Power
Fluid Pump
Hopper Inlet Valve
FIG. 6
12
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Component Identification
TurboActivator
NOTE: See Setup procedure beginning on page 19 for TurboActivator installation.
C
A
F
B
D
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E
NOTE: Insulator not shown.
Key:
A
B
C
D
E
F
Fluid Inlet from Base System; 3/8 npsm
Fluid Outlet to Dispense Gun; 9/16-18 (#06) JIC
Power Connector to Base System
Power and Signal Connector to Dispense Gun
RTD
Signal Cable Connector to Base System
FIG. 7: TurboActivator Component Identification
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Component Identification
Advanced Display Module (ADM)
User Interface
B
C
A
D
E
F
H
G
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FIG. 8: ADM Component Identification - Front
Buttons
Key
Button
Function
Key
Button
A
System
Enable/
Disable
Enable/disable system
D
Softkeys
Defined by icon next to softkey
E
Abort
Abort current operation
F
Enter
System
Status
Indicator
LED
Displays system status
Accept change, acknowledge error,
select item, toggle selected item
G
Toggle between Run and Setup
screens
Stop
Stop all system processes
Run/
Setup
Screens
Toggle
H
Arrow
Keys
Navigate within a screen or to a new
screen
B
C
14
Function
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Component Identification
J
S
K
L
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M
N
R
P
FIG. 9: ADM Component Identification - Rear
Key:
J
K
L
M
Flat Panel Mount
Model Number Identification Label
USB Interface (see Appendix E - USB Operation
beginning on page 73)
CAN Cable Connection
N
Module Status LEDs (See ADM on page 41 for LED
P
R
S
Accessory Cable Connection
Software Token Access Cover
Battery Access Cover
status information.)
See Maintenance section beginning on page 32 for battery replacement and software update procedures.
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Component Identification
ADM Screen Components
See the ADM appendix sections beginning on page 59 for detailed information about individual screens.
Current date and time
Previous screen
Current screen
Next screen
Operating Mode
Faults, Status
Fluid Pressure
FIG. 10: Main Display Components - Run Screen Example
Operating Mode
Active
Standby
Inactive
System Off
Warm Up
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Description
Component Status
The system is ready to dispense
material.
•
The system decreases the material
temperature to 300°F (149° C).
The system is not operable for automation. Only manual operation is
allowed.
The system does not have power or
disables any operation of the machine.
The system increases the material to
the set temperature.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Green System Status Indicator LED on the
ADM
Heat is at setpoint temperature
Pump is on
Green System Status Indicator LED on the
ADM
Heat is below setpoint temperature
Pump is off, but system is pressurized
Green System Status Indicator LED on the
ADM
No heat
Pump is on/off (manually changed)
Yellow or no System Status Indicator LED on
the ADM
No heat
Pump is off
Green System Status Indicator LED on the
ADM
Heat is increasing to setpoint temperature
Pump is on
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Component Identification
Current date and time
Previous screen
Current screen
Next screen
Operating Mode
Faults, Status
Enter/Exit screen
Previous
screen no.
Current
screen no.
Settings Detail
Next
screen no.
FIG. 11: Main Display Components - Setup Screen Example
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Component Identification
Temperature Control Module (TCM)
1
6
2
9
4
7
3
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5
8
FIG. 12: Low Power Temperature Control Module Cable Connections
1
2
3
4
Overtemperature Switch Connection
RTD Temperature Sensor Connection
Output Power Connection
Access Cover
5
6
7
8
9
DC Output Connection
Input Power Connection
CAN Connections
Base
Module Status LEDs
Fluid Control Module (FCM)
The fluid control module is located inside the electrical
enclosure.
A
C
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D
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B
FIG. 13
Key:
A
B
18
Module Connection Screws
Access Cover
C
D
Module Status LEDs
CAN Connectors
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Setup
Setup
2. Verify the machine main power switch is in the OFF
position.
3. Install electrical cord.
Fluids subjected to heat in confined spaces, including
hoses, can create a rapid rise in pressure due to the
thermal expansion. Over-pressurization can result in
equipment rupture and serious injury. Do not
disconnect hoses until unit is cooled.
This equipment must be grounded. Failure to properly
ground the machine can lead to electric shock.
1. Place the system in the desired location. Mount the
machine on a level surface.
NOTICE
To avoid machine damage, do not expose system to
rain and ensure all wires will not be pinched during
installation.
a. Mount the base plate to the equipment or stand.
b.
Set the machine on the base plate and slide the
machine until it engages the tab on the base
plate.
Installing this equipment requires access to parts
which may cause electric shock or other serious injury
if work is not performed properly. Have a qualified
electrician connect power and ground to main power
switch terminals. All electrical wiring must be done by
a qualified electrician and comply with all local codes
and regulations.
Electrical Cord Requirements
NOTE: The power cord is not supplied. Electrical cord
type SOOW is required. See the following table for
gauge details.
Table 1: Power Cord Requirements
Model
r_24j543_slide
c.
Install the two bolts to the front of the machine.
Cord Requirements
AWG (mm2)
120V, 1 phase
8 (8.4), 2 wire + ground
230V, 1 phase
6 (13.3), 2 wire + ground
230V, 3 phase
6 (13.3), 3 wire + ground
Electrical Cord Wires by Model
120V, 1 phase: L1, L2, GND
230V, 1 phase: L1, L2, GND
230V, 3 phase: L1, L2, L3, GND
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Setup
Electrical Requirements
See Models on page 3 for detailed electrical requirements information.
NOTE: Visual shown for clarity. Do not tip over the
machine to connect power leads.
a. Use a 1/8 in. allen wrench to remove the four
screws that secure the main power switch and
incoming power plate to the electrical enclosure.
L1
L2
L3
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b.
Remove plate.
c.
Route power cable through the power cable
inlet strain relief.
d. Use 5/32 in. or 4 mm hex allen wrench to connect the power leads to L1, L2, and L3, as applicable. See FIG. 14.
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GND
FIG. 14: 230V, 3 phase shown
e. Connect green wire to ground (GND).
See FIG. 14.
NOTICE
To ensure continued grounding connection, provide
enough slack in the ground wire so that it is the last
wire to become stressed in the event of a power
cord strain relief failure that allows the cable to slip
out.
f.
Tighten the strain relief so that the power cable
is secure and does not slide if pulled by a 35 lb
(16 kg) force.
g. Install plate and fasten screws.
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Setup
4. Install the Light Tower Kit (optional).
a. If the light tower kit is to be installed on a
machine that has already been set up:
d. Mount the light tower to the light tower bracket
using the screws provided in the kit.
• Perform Shutdown procedure on page 26.
• Shut all material ball valves.
• Label or note which hose bundle is connected
to its corresponding channel.
• Unplug all power and signal cables from
machine.
b.
Remove the screws that secure the cover to the
machine.
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e. Route the light tower cord by following the same
routing as the motor linear sensor.
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the cord, ensure it will not be
pinched during normal machine operation after
routing.
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FIG. 15
c.
Mount the light tower bracket to the machine
using the existing screws.
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FIG. 17
FIG. 16
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Setup
f.
Plug the light tower cord into port 1 on the fluid
control module.
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FIG. 18
5. Install the fluid hose(s).
a. Connect each fluid hose to the desired fluid
connection. See FIG. 19. Shut all ball valves and
plug any unused material ports with a 3/8” NPT
plug.
b.
Connect the signal cable from each fluid hose to
the signal cable connection for the corresponding channel number. For example, if the hose is
connected to the channel 1 fluid connection,
connect the signal cable to the channel 1 signal
cable connection. See FIG. 19.
c.
Connect the power cable from each fluid hose
to the power connection for the corresponding
channel number. See FIG. 19.
g. Replace the cover.
h. If the light tower kit is installed on a machine
that has already been set up:
Channel 4
Air Inlet
• Connect all power and signal cables to its corresponding channel.
• Open all material ball valves.
Channel 3
Fluid
Connections
4
3
2
1
Channel 2
Channel 1
Signal Cable
Connection
Power
Connection
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FIG. 19: Hose Connections (Rear View of System)
6. Connect clean, dry, non-lubricated air to the 1/4”
NPT air inlet connection. See FIG. 19.
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Setup
7. Install the bag-in-box, if applicable. Refer to
Replace Bag-in-Box on page 32 for installation
details.
b.
Remove the valve assembly shown in FIG. 22
from the hopper. Leave port on the hopper open
or replace valve with 1/4 NPT muffler.
Bag-in-box
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FIG. 22
FIG. 20
8. Install the Auto-Refill (optional) if the bag-in-box is
not being used for material supply.
a. Remove the material ball valve assembly and
connect the external feed system to the
3/4” NPT material hopper inlet.
c.
Disconnect the electrical plug from the valve
assembly and connect it to the solenoid valve
that controls the feed system.
NOTE: The plug is a type “I” (11 mm) valve connector.
d. Navigate to Machine screen #3 to finish setting
up Auto-Refill. See Machine Screen #3 on
page 65.
NOTE: If the level sensors are not detecting material
when the material is present or the level sensors are
detecting material when the material is not present, perform the Level Sensor Calibration procedure starting
on page 36.
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Setup
10. After priming the hoses, install the TurboActivator(s).
9. Prime the hoses.
a. Uninstall all channels through Machine Screen
#2 on the ADM. This will allow the pump to
operate without errors.
a. Connect each fluid hose to the inlet of the TurboActivator. See FIG. 7 on page 13.
b.
Purge material through the TurboActivator.
c.
Connect each power cable from the fluid hose
to the power connector on the TurboActivator.
See FIG. 7 on page 13.
d. Connect each signal cable from the fluid hose to
the signal connector on the TurboActivator. See
FIG. 7 on page 13.
11. Install the dispense gun(s).
a. Install the desired dispense guns through
Machine Screen #2 on the ADM.
b.
Adjust air pressure regulator to zero pressure.
c.
Open all material ball valves.
d. Place a waste container below fluid hose outlet.
e. Turn Main Power Switch to the ON position then
press
f.
Press
.
to start the pump.
g. Slowly increase air pressure until pump begins
to cycle slowly.
NOTE: With new hoses, the first dispense will likely contain materials from the factory. Be sure that these materials are dispensed and then discarded prior to installing
the TurboActivator.
b.
Mechanically install each dispense gun onto
each TurboActivator fluid outlet.
c.
Use the applicable electrical adapter cable to
connect the TurboActivator to the dispense gun.
See Accessories on page 78.
h. Dispense enough material to purge the hoses
NOTICE
and then press
to stop dispensing. This
will turn off the pump and open the pressure
relief valve.
To prevent cable damage, route and secure the
cable so that it will not be damaged during normal
machine operation.
12. Press
24
to turn on the system.
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Setup
13. Press
to start the pump.
14. Adjust the air pressure regulator.
19. Install the Discrete Gateway Module (DGM) Kit for
H.B. Fuller Liquamelt Adhesive and Equipment
Systems (optional). Refer to Discrete Gateway
Module Kit manual 3A1655 for installation details.
To prevent personal injury or machine damage, do not
exceed the maximum rated fluid pressure marked on
the dispense gun.
NOTE: The air pressure, indicated on the air pressure
gauge, is related to the fluid pressure, indicated on the
ADM, and the fluid flow rate. The fluid pressure is
approximately 15:1 of the incoming air pressure.
Example:
(100 psi (0.7 MPa, 7 bar) incoming air pressure equals
1500 psi (10 MPa, 103 bar) fluid pressure).
a. Locate the actual fluid pressure value on the
System Screen of the ADM.
b.
Adjust the incoming air pressure regulator to the
desired fluid pressure shown on the System
Screen.
15. Press
to turn off the system.
16. Set system settings and recipes. See Appendix C Setup Screens on page 64.
17. Perform Startup procedure on page 26.
18. Perform test dispenses to prime the system. See
Dispensing Material on page 31.
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Startup
Startup
2. With fluid temperature below 250°F (121° C), turn
the main power switch to the OFF position to prevent accidental machine pressurization.
1. Turn the main power switch to the ON position.
2. Press
to enable the system. If automatic
startup mode is selected on Machine Screen #1
then the system will automatically enable the heating and the pump.
3. If manual startup mode is selected on Machine
Screen #1 then turn on heat for enabled channels
by pressing
page 29.
If performing maintenance or other work on the
system, wait for system to cool to prevent burning
yourself.
Pressure Relief
Procedure
. See Heating System on
Fluids subjected to heat in confined spaces, including
hoses, can create a rapid rise in pressure due to the
thermal expansion. Over-pressurization can result in
equipment rupture and serious injury. Do not
disconnect hoses until unit is cooled.
Shutdown
Disconnecting the power to the machine does not
relieve fluid pressure in the material lines,
TurboActivator, and dispense gun. To prevent injury,
perform the Pressure Relief Procedure before
cleaning, checking, or servicing equipment. Do not
disconnect hoses until unit is cooled.
NOTICE
To avoid backflow of cured material, do not shut
down the system with chemicals above
250°F (121° C).
NOTE: For short-term system down-time, press
to disable the system. This keeps electricity flowing to
the system but all system functions are disabled.
1. Press
to stop all machine functions.
2. If fluid temperature is above 250°F (121° C), wait for
fluid temperature to cool to below 250°F (121° C).
NOTE: The dump valve will automatically open when all
temperatures go below 250°F (121° C). It will automatically close after 60 seconds.
NOTE:
for opening the dump valve is only operational when all temperatures are below 250°F (121° C).
3. Verify the pressure shown on the System screen
reads zero pressure.
4. Disconnect incoming air pressure to the system.
1. Perform the Pressure Relief Procedure.
If performing maintenance or other work on the
system, wait for system to cool to prevent burning
yourself.
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Operation
Operation
System Shutdown Diagram
Operator
Activates
Standby Mode
No Pump Movement
Activates Standby Mode
5-120 Minutes
Scheduled
Event Activates
Standby Mode
Standby Mode:
Air Pressure Off
Temperature Drops to 300°F (149°C)
Hoses Pressurized
0-360 Minutes
Operator Turns Off Heat
or Presses the System
Enable/Disable Button
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Inactive Mode:
Air Pressure Off
Heat Off
Hoses Pressurized
Inactive Mode
at 250°F (121°C):
Material Pressure Drops to 0 psi
Temperature Decreases to
Ambient
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Operation
Screen Navigation Diagram
NOTE: When power is first supplied to the machine, some machine functions are disabled until
is pressed.
When this button is pressed and the adjacent LED is green, the system is enabled.
NOTE: The Gateway screens are shown only if a Discrete Gateway Module (DGM) is installed. See the DGM manual
listed on page 2 for more information about the DGM.
Run Screens
System
Heat Main
Recipe #1
Events #1
Errors #1
Heat #1
Recipe #2
Events #2
Errors #2
Heat #...
Recipe #...
Events #...
Errors #...
Maintenance
Gateway
(if installed)
Press to change
between
Run and Setup
Modes
Password
Entry
(if enabled)
Setup Screens
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Gateway
(if installed)
Machine #1
Recipe #1
Schedule #1
Machine #2
Recipe #2
Schedule #2
Advanced #2
Machine #3
Recipe #...
Schedule #...
Advanced #...
Maintenance
Advanced #1
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Operation
Set the Active Recipe
Heating System
The recipe controls which channels are heated and their
corresponding temperature setpoints. However, when
the pump is on, all fluid lines are pressurized regardless
of whether they are included in the active recipe.
1. Navigate to the Setup mode Recipe screen.
NOTE: All material temperatures go to 300°F (149° C)
when in Standby mode. To enter Standby, ensure heat is
activated and press
.
2. Use the up and down arrow buttons to display the
desired recipe.
3. If desired, modify the selected recipe. Press
to
enter the screen to modify the values.
4. Press
to set the displayed recipe as the active
1. Verify the LED next to
is green. If not, press
the button to enable the system.
2. Verify the desired recipe is set as the active recipe.
If necessary, see Set the Active Recipe.
recipe.
NOTE: If Run Mode Recipe Select is enabled on the
Machine 1 screen then setting the active recipe can also
be performed from the Run Mode Recipe screens.
NOTE: The recipe controls which channels are heated
and their respective temperatures.
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Operation
3. Navigate to the System screen.
4. Press
to turn on heat. The system will now
enter “Warm Up” mode and the pump will turn on.
5. If desired, navigate to the Heat Main screen to see
the current temperature of each channel’s dispense
gun.
Dispense Gun Setpoint
Actual Dispense Gun
Temperature
NOTE: When all channels reach their temperature setpoints the system will enter “Active” mode.
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Operation
Dispensing Material
NOTE: This is a dead-head system. The system maintains a certain fluid pressure in the system for dispensing but the system does not control the opening or
closing of the dispense guns.
2. Verify the materials are at the desired temperature.
See the Heating System section for more information.
NOTE: The pump is always on when heat is on for at
least one channel. When the user turns heat off, the
pump turns off. If necessary, the user can manually turn
on the pump and pressurize the fluid lines by
pressing
.
Due to the small outlet on the dispense gun,
unheated material will not dispense out of the
dispense gun. To avoid machine damage or personal
injury, do not dispense until the system is in an active
state.
1. Verify the desired recipe is set as the active recipe.
If necessary, see Set the Active Recipe.
Dispense Gun Setpoint
Actual Dispense Gun
Temperature
3. Open the dispense gun for the desired duration.
See the dispense gun operation manual for detailed
instructions.
4. Continue to dispense material until proper amount
of adhesive is achieved.
5. If flow rate needs to be adjusted, adjust the air pressure regulator.
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Maintenance
Replace Bag-in-Box
Maintenance
When the Bag-in-Box is empty, a new one will need to
be installed. This is indicated by a low level advisory.
1. Close the hopper fluid inlet valve.
Installation of a DGM allows operation of the machine
from an external device. To avoid personal injury or
machine damage from unexpected operation,
disconnect the 78 pin D-Sub cable from the DGM.
Refer to the DGM manual for details.
Check all sub-component manuals for maintenance
schedule and procedures.
2. Loosen the fitting just below the hopper inlet valve,
then remove the fluid inlet valve and empty
bag-in-box from the system.
NOTE: The empty bag-in-box will still be attached to the
fluid inlet valve.
3. Remove the fluid inlet valve assembly from the
empty bag-in-box.
Task
Schedule
Inspect fluid lines for leaks and
signs of wear and damage.
Replace worn or damaged hoses
immediately.
Daily
Check all fittings and connections, tighten as necessary
As necessary
Use compressed air to remove
dust buildup on control boards,
and component heat sink fins
Monthly
Flush the system
4. With fluid outlet of the new bag-in-box pointing up,
install the fluid inlet valve assembly onto the
bag-in-box fluid outlet.
When a blockage occurs, prolonged
downtime, or as
desired
5. Verify the fluid valve assembly is still closed, then
install the bag-in-box on the bag-in-box support.
6. Connect the fluid inlet valve assembly to the system
and tighten.
7. Open the fluid valve.
8. Allow the bag-in-box to fill the hopper.
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Maintenance
Flushing
9. Remove bucket, cover and dispose of material per
regulations.
10. With all system components cool, pour a compatible
flushing agent (vegetable oil) into the hopper inlet.
• Fire and explosion could result if heating
components are active while flushing the system.
• Installation of a DGM allows operation of the
machine from an external device. To avoid
personal injury or machine damage from
unexpected operation, disconnect the 78 pin
D-Sub cable from the DGM. Refer to the DGM
manual for details.
11. Place an empty waste container below the fluid
hose outlet to catch dispensed chemical.
12. Press
to turn on the pump and begin dispensing the flushing agent.
13. Dispense until clean flushing agent is dispensed. If
necessary, add more flushing agent to the hopper.
1. Turn off all heating components.
14. Fill the hopper with Liquamelt material.
NOTE: Wait for equipment to cool before continuing to
next step.
2. If using a bag-in-box, remove the bag-in-box.
If using a different fluid supply system, depressurize then disconnect the fluid supply from the hopper inlet.
15. Using Liquamelt material instead of the flushing
agent, repeat steps 11 through 13.
16. If using a bag-in-box, install the bag-in-box.
If using a different fluid supply system, connect
the fluid supply system to the hopper inlet then pressurize.
3. Disconnect the TurboActivator and dispense gun
assembly from the end of the fluid hose.
NOTE: Electrical connection from TurboActivator and
dispense gun assembly to system base does not need
to be disconnected. If electrical connections are
required to be disconnected, deactivate all dispense
guns through Machine Screen #2 on the ADM. This will
allow the pump to operate without errors.
4. Adjust air pressure regulator so that the system has
zero air pressure.
5. Place clean waste container below the end of the
fluid hose to catch dispensed material.
6. Press
to turn on pump.
7. Slowly increase air pressure until material begins to
dispense at the desired flow rate.
8. Continue until the hopper is empty.
NOTE: The machine will automatically shut off the pump
once the empty level sensor does not sense material.
NOTE: There is still some material in the hose and hopper at this point.
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Maintenance
Advanced Display Module (ADM)
Install Upgrade and Key Tokens
To install software upgrades:
1. Use software token 16K453. See Graco Control
Architecture™ Module Programming manual for
instructions.
Replace Battery
A lithium battery maintains the ADM clock and system
setting when power is not connected.
To replace the battery:
1. Disconnect power to the ADM.
NOTE: This can be done by removing the CAN cable
from the bottom of the ADM.
NOTE: Upgrade all modules in the system to the
software version on the token, even if you are
replacing only one or two modules. Different software versions may not be compatible.
All data in the module (System Settings, USB Logs,
Recipes, Maintenance Counters) may be reset to
factory default settings. Download all settings and
user preferences to a USB before the upgrade, for
ease of restoring them following the upgrade.
2. Remove rear access panel.
The latest software version for each system can be
found at www.graco.com.
Cleaning
Use any alcohol-based household cleaner, such as
glass cleaner, to clean the ADM. Spray on the rag then
wipe ADM. Do not directly spray the ADM.
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3. Remove the old battery and replace with a new
CR2032 battery.
4. Properly dispose the old lithium battery according to
local codes.
5. Replace rear access panel.
6. Connect the power to the ADM and reset the clock
through Advanced Screen #1. Refer to Appendix
C - Setup Screens for more detail.
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Maintenance
Temperature Control Module
Fluid Control Module (FCM)
Clean
Install Upgrade and Key Tokens
Keep heat sink fins clean at all times. Wipe the fins
clean with a dry cloth or clean them using compressed
air.
NOTE: FCM connection to the system is temporarily disabled during the installation of upgrade or key tokens.
NOTE: Do not use conductive cleaning solvents on the
temperature control modules.
Heat Sink Fins
1. Use software token 16K453. See Graco Control
Architecture™ Module Programming manual for
instructions.
NOTE: Upgrade all modules in the system to the
software version on the token, even if you are
replacing only one or two modules. Different software versions may not be compatible.
All data in the module (System Settings, USB Logs,
Recipes, Maintenance Counters) may be reset to
factory default settings. Download all settings and
user preferences to a USB before the upgrade, for
ease of restoring them following the upgrade.
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FIG. 23: Clean Heat Sink Fins
The latest software version for each system can be
found at www.graco.com.
Install Upgrade and Key Tokens
1. Use software token 16K453. See Graco Control
Architecture™ Module Programming manual for
instructions.
NOTE: Upgrade all modules in the system to the
software version on the token, even if you are
replacing only one or two modules. Different software versions may not be compatible.
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All data in the module (System Settings, USB Logs,
Recipes, Maintenance Counters) may be reset to
factory default settings. Download all settings and
user preferences to a USB before the upgrade, for
ease of restoring them following the upgrade.
FIG. 24
The latest software version for each system can be
found at www.graco.com.
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Maintenance
Level Sensor Calibration
Teach
Element
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1. Relieve pressure. See Pressure Relief Procedure,
page 26.
2. Empty tanks. See steps 1 through 8 of Flushing
procedure, page 33.
3. With the level sensor installed, locate the “[OUT
OFF]” button. Activate teach mode by holding the
button down for at least two seconds but no more
than six seconds.
4. The LED will flash once and then go out. This signals that the sensor is now in standard operating
mode.
5. Check the sensor for proper operation by refilling
the tank. If the LED lights up with material next to
the sensor, it is functioning properly.
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3A1654C
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Before performing any troubleshooting procedure:
1. Perform Pressure Relief Procedure procedure on
page 26.
2. Verify system is cool before beginning the troubleshooting procedure.
3. If a DGM is connected, disconnect the 78 pin D-Sub
cable from the DGM.
Installation of a DGM allows operation of the machine
from an external device. To avoid personal injury or
machine damage from unintentional operation,
disconnect the 78 pin D-Sub cable from the DGM.
Refer to the DGM manual for details.
Try the recommended solutions in the order given for
each problem, to avoid unnecessary repairs. Also,
determine that all circuit breakers, switches, and controls are properly set and wiring is correct before assuming there is a problem.
Problem
Cause
Solution
System does not start up
Power disconnected
Turn Main Power Switch to ON
System not turned on
Verify the LED next to
is
green. If not, press the button to
enable the system.
Advanced Display Module completely dark and the LED is not on
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Intermittent electrical connections
Check all electrical connections
No power
Turn Main Power Switch to ON
Circuit breaker tripped
Check machine breakers and reset
Loose connection
Tighten 5-pin cable on Advanced
Display Module
Bad advanced display module
Replace Advanced Display Module
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
Pump does not develop pressure
Pump is not primed or lost its prime
Check that inlet fitting is fully tight to
ensure no air is leaking into the
pump inlet
Fluid hopper is empty
Check the fluid level in the hopper
and add fluid if needed
Air motor has no air pressure
Check the display and make
sure
Pump does not travel up or down
Air motor has too little air pressure
Increase air pressure to the air
motor using the air pressure regulator on the front of the system
Level sensor is not working properly
Calibrate level sensor
Pump is packed out
Check that there is air pressure supplied to the motor and no fluid pressure after dispensing. Rebuild if
necessary.
Air motor has no air pressure
Check the display and make
sure
Pump and heat turn on when
Increase air pressure to the air
motor using the air pressure regulator on the front of the system
Pump is packed out
Check that the pump is not seized
with dry material
Dispense gun is not opening
Check dispense gun operation
Startup mode is set to Automatic
Change startup mode to Manual.
See Machine Screen #1 on
page 64.
Startup mode is set to Manual
Change startup mode to Automatic.
See Machine Screen #1 on
page 64.
Down stroke -- Pump inlet valve
dirty or damaged
Repair the valve. See Repair-Parts
manual.
Up stroke -- Pump piston valve dirty
or damaged
Repair the valve. See Repair-Parts
manual.
Obstructed fluid hose or dispense
gun
Open, clear
Worn piston valve or intake valve in
pump
See Repair-Parts manual
is pressed
Pump does not hold pressure when
stalled
Pump output low
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is in the ON position
Air motor has too little air pressure
is pressed
Pump and heat do not turn on when
is in the ON position
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
Pump runs erratically
Fluid hopper is empty
Add fluid if needed
Air in fluid lines
Purge air from lines and check all
connections
Displacement pump parts worn or
damaged
Repair the pump. See Repair-Parts
manual
Dirty RTD connection
Unplug and re-plug RTD wires
Failed heater element
Replace TurboActivator
Signal failure from RTD
Check connection or replace
Control of heat is abnormal
Air motor will not run
Damaged air valve.
Replace or service air valve
Damaged pilot valve
Replace pilot valves
Air continuously exhausting around
air motor piston rod
Damaged u-cups
Replace piston rod u-cups
Air continuously exhausting from
muffler
Damaged air valve plate or cup
Replace or service air valve
Air motor “bounces” at top of stroke.
Damaged bottom pilot valve
Replace bottom pilot valve
Air motor “bounces” at bottom of
stroke
Damaged top pilot valve
Replace top pilot valve
Icing inside motor
Air motor operating at high pressure
or high cycle rate
Reduce pressure, cycle rate, or duty
cycle of motor.
Reduce dew point of compressed air
in moisture coalescing filter.
Module on dispense gun is leaking
material
Seals or needle/seat is worn
Replace module
If air open, spring close actuation;
spring tension is too little.
Adjust the spring tension
Module on dispense gun is not dispensing material
Module is plugged
Replace module
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Troubleshooting
TurboActivator
Problem
Cause
Solution
Material is not dispensing
TurboActivator is packed out
Clean out packed out material if necessary
Flush if necessary
TurboActivator sleeve housing leaking
TurboActivator heat break is packed
out
Clean out packed out material if necessary
O-ring failure
Replace TurboActivator
TurboActivator leaking at outlet fitting Fitting has loosened
Tighten fittings to specified torques.
See repair manual
TurboActivator leaking at inlet fitting
Fitting has loosened
Tighten fittings to specified torques.
See repair manual
TurboActivator leaking at heat break
O-ring failure
Replace necessary fittings and
Tighten to specified torques. See
repair manual
Fitting has loosened
Tighten fittings to specified torques.
See repair manual
TurboActivator low current alarm
Incorrect TurboActivator
Check to see if the correct voltage
Turbo
TurboActivator high current alarm
Incorrect TurboActivator
Check to see if the correct voltage
Turbo
TurboActivator no current alarm
Cable disconnected
Check all electrical connections to
TurboActivator
Heater rod failure
Replace TurboActivator
Limit switch failure
Replace TurboActivator
TurboActivator unexpected current
alarm
Improper pinout on power cable
Replace cable
TurboActivator low temperature
alarm
Flow rate too high
Reduce material flow rate
Heater rod failure
Replace TurboActivator
RTD failure
Replace TurboActivator
Heater rod failure
Replace TurboActivator
RTD failure
Replace TurboActivator
Cable disconnected or damaged
Check connections and reconnect
any loose cables
TurboActivator high temperature
alarm
TurboActivator sensor error
Check connections and replace
cable if damaged
TurboActivator no temperature rise
error
Heater rod failure
Replace TurboActivator
RTD failure
Replace TurboActivator
TurboActivator not dispensing correct Partial packed out condition inside
amount on initial startup
TurboActivator
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Purge TurboActivator until correct
flow rates are achieved
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Troubleshooting
Optional Light Tower
ADM
The light tower accessory uses two colored lights to indicate whether an error condition exists.
USB Module
Status LEDs
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ADM Module
Status LEDs
FIG. 25: ADM Component Identification - Rear
g_3a1654_24l095
Colored Light
Signal
Green on
Green flashing
Description
System is at the set temperatures
and there are no error conditions
present.
The machine is warming up the
material to the set temperature.
The machine is not ready to dispense at this current time.
Red flashing
A deviation, advisory exists or
machine is inactive. Attention is
required.
Red on
The system is shut down due to
an alarm occurring. Attention is
required.
Green & Red
flashing
The machine is warming up the
material to the set temperature
and a deviation or advisory exists.
Attention is required.
The green light will only be on when there are no advisories, deviations, or alarms.
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ADM Module Status LEDs
Diagnostic Information
Module Status
LEDs Signal
Description
Green solid on
ADM has 24V power supplied.
Yellow solid on
Communication in progress.
Red solid on
ADM hardware failure.
Red flashing
Uploading software.
USB Module Status LEDs
Diagnostic Information
Module Status
LEDs Signal
Description
Green flashing
System is logging information.
Yellow solid on
Downloading information to
USB.
Green/yellow
flashing
ADM is busy, USB cannot transfer information when in this
mode.
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Troubleshooting
Temperature Control Module
Fluid Control Module
Module Status
LEDs
Module Status
LEDs
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FIG. 27:
FIG. 26: LED Signals
Diagnostic Information
Module Status
LEDs Signal
Description
Diagnostic Information
Module Status
LED Signal
Diagnosis
Green solid on
FCM has 24V power supplied.
Yellow solid on
Internal communication in progress
Green solid on
Temperature control has 24V
power supplied.
Yellow solid on
Internal communication in progress.
Red solid on
FCM hardware failure. Replace
FCM.
Red solid on
Temperature control module failure.
Red flashing fast
Uploading software
Red flashing
Software is updating.
Red flashing slow
Token error. Remove token and
upload software token again.
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Troubleshooting
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HARNESS
24K163
BUSBAR
HARNESS
16J763
GROUND
LUG
CB128
10A
HARNESS
24D426
1290
1270
FIL110
HARNESS
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GRD
N
1120
HARNESS
24K169
CB110
5A
P
1100
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24K170
HARNESS
24K170
GND
230V/
3PH/
50-60HZ
N'
P'
GRD
BRN
1121
GRN/YLW
BLU
1101
HARNESS
24D207
1
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FEMALE
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FEMALE
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PWS110
LABEL
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LABEL
1B5
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #1
482
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #1
356
FCM
230V
THREE PHASE
50-60 HERTZ
Troubleshooting
Schematic
FIG. 28: 230V / 3 Phase - Logic Diagram 16K450
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1L3
148
148
148
1L2
1L1
1L3
1L2
CB215
10A
CB248
10A
GND
GND
1L3
2490
2470
2170
2150
HARNESS
125246
HARNESS
125246
230V
THREE PHASE
50-60 HERTZ
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
LABEL
2B5
1174
LABEL
3B5
LABEL
3A5
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #3
1034
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #3
896
LABEL
2A5
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #2
758
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #2
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
1L1
267
267
267
1L3
1L1 1L2
1L3
1L1
1L3
CB285
10A
GND
3A1654C
1L1 1L2
2860
2840
HARNESS
125246
230V
THREE PHASE
50-60 HERTZ
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1450
LABEL
4B5
LABEL
4A5
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #4
1312
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #4
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 29: 230V / 3 Phase - Logic Diagram 16K450
45
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
203
1L1
203
1L2
203
L1
1L1
1L2
L2
1L2
1L1
L3
1L3
46
GND
HARNESS
16J763
BUSBAR
HARNESS
16J763
1L2
1L1
1L2
1L1
HARNESS
24K163
GROUND
LUG
CB128
10A
HARNESS
24D426
1290
1270
FIL110
HARNESS
125246
GRD
N
1120
HARNESS
24K169
CB110
5A
P
1100
HARNESS
24K170
HARNESS
24K170
GND
230V/
1PH/
50-60HZ
N'
P'
GRD
BRN
1121
GRN/YLW
BLU
1101
HARNESS
24D207
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
24V
PWS110
LABEL
1A5
620
LABEL
1B5
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #1
482
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #1
356
FCM
230V
SINGLE PHASE
50-60 HERTZ
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 30: 230V / 1 Phase - Logic Diagram 16H938
3A1654C
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
272
1L1
1L1
272
1L2
1L2
272
148
148
148
1L2
1L1
1L2
1L1
CB215
10A
CB248
10A
GND
GND
1L3
2490
2470
2170
2150
HARNESS
125246
HARNESS
125246
230V
SINGLE PHASE
50-60 HERTZ
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
LABEL
2B5
1174
LABEL
3B5
LABEL
3A5
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #3
1034
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #3
896
LABEL
2A5
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #2
758
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #2
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
1L1
267
267
1L2
267
1L3
1L1 1L2
1L2
1L1
CB285
10A
GND
3A1654C
1L1 1L2
2860
2840
HARNESS
125246
230V
SINGLE PHASE
50-60 HERTZ
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1450
LABEL
4B5
LABEL
4A5
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #4
1312
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #4
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 31: 230V / 1 Phase - Logic Diagram 16H938
47
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
L
1L1
203
1L1
1L2
203
1L3
1L2
203
N
1L2
1L1
GND
HARNESS
16J763
BUSBAR
HARNESS
16J763
1L2
1L1
1L2
1L1
HARNESS
24K163
GROUND
LUG
CB128
10A
HARNESS
24D426
1290
1270
HARNESS
125246
GRD
N'
N
1120
HARNESS
24K169
CB110
5A
P'
P
FIL110
GRD
BRN
1121
GRN/YLW
BLU
1101
HARNESS
24D207
1100
HARNESS
24K170
HARNESS
24K170
GND
48
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
24V
PWS110
LABEL
1A5
620
LABEL
1B5
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #1
482
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #1
356
FCM
120V
SINGLE PHASE
50-60 HERTZ
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
272
1L1
148
272
1L2
148
1L1 1L2
272
148
1L3
1L2
1L1
CB215
10A
GND
120V/
1PH/
50-60HZ
2170
2150
HARNESS
125246
120V
SINGLE PHASE
50-60 HERTZ
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
896
LABEL
2B5
LABEL
2A5
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #2
758
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #2
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 32: 120V / 1 Phase - Logic Diagram 16K452
3A1654C
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
3A1654C
HARNESS
123549
COM
SIG
24VDC
LEVEL SENSOR
EMPTY
RED
GREEN
AMBER
STACKLIGHT
1
2
3
4
5
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
LABEL
FCM3
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
MALE
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
HARNESS
125358
LABEL
FCM3
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
632
1
2
3
4
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #1
LABEL
FCM3
M8 4 PIN
MALE
LABEL
FCM1
SIG
COM
SIG
SIG
1
2
3
4
5
M12 5 PIN
MALE
TBD
3
2
1
3
3
HARNESS
121000
HARNESS
125306
2
1
4
4
5
5
2
111
3
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
1
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
2
3
4
5
2
LABEL
FCM4
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
MALE
121807
SPLITTER
3X M12 5 PIN
MALE
24VDC
4
5
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
4
LABEL
SOL1683
1
2
3
4
5
ENCLOSURE
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
4
5
HARNESS
123549
COM
SIG
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
MALE
LEVEL SENSOR
LOW
24VDC
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
HARNESS
TBD
LABEL
FCM4
LABEL
FCM4
M8 4 PIN
MALE
1
2
3
4
1
LABEL
SOL1650
HARNESS
125375
121612
BULKHEAD
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE X MALE
1
2
3
4
5
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
LABEL
FCM2
SIG
COM
SIG
SIG
HARNESS
125357
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
4
2
M12 5 PIN
MALE
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
CAN COM 2
FCM350
FRONT VIEW
1
CAN COM 1
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
4
5
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
2
LABEL
SOL1670
3
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
SOL-1683
TANK VENT
122955
SOL-1650
PUMP AIR
122955
SOL-1670
DUMP VALVE
HARNESS
122955
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
PUMP POSITION
HARNESS
TBD
HARNESS
16A093
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
LABEL
FCM5
1
2
3
4
PRESS XDUCER
OUTLET
LABEL
FCM5
SIG
SHLD
COM
EXC
M8 4 PIN
MALE
LABEL
FCM7
1
2
3
4
5
M12 5 PIN
MALE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
M12 8 PIN
MALE
+5VDC
-SIG
COM
+SIG
SHLD
LABEL
FCM5
HARNESS
125492
1
2
3
4
5
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
M12 8 PIN
FEMALE
7
FCM350
REAR VIEW
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 33: Fluid Control Module - Applies to all systems
49
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
50
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
HARNESS
125306
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
908
5
5
5
632
4
4
4
TO
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #2
3
3
3
1
2
3
TO
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #1
2
2
1
1
2
1
5
IEC320-C14
MALE
4
4
4
CAN COM 2
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #1
FRONT VIEW
4
CAN COM 1
1
2
3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
5
5
5
POWER IN
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
HARNESS
125306
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
122
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
590
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
599
600
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
588
1
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #1
REAR VIEW
1
2
3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
699
563
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #1
SIGNAL
687
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #1
SIGNAL
2
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
POWER OUT
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #1
POWER OUT
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
MALE
L
N
G
L
N
G
IEC320-C14
MALE
LABEL
1A1
LABEL
1B2
LABEL
1A2
HARNESS
24J249
LABEL
1A3
LABEL
1B3
ENCLOSURE
HARNESS
24J248
ENCLOSURE
LABEL
SIG1
LABEL
PWR1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
M12 8 PIN
FEMALE
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
M12 8 PIN
FEMALE
SIGNAL
CHANNEL #1
HOSE
BUNDLE
POWER
CHANNEL #1
HOSE
BUNDLE
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 34: Channel 1 - Applies to all systems with 1 channel
3A1654C
614
615
616
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626
627
628
629
630
631
632
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644
645
646
647
648
649
650
651
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
666
667
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676
677
678
679
680
681
682
3A1654C
396
FROM
SPLITTER
1
1 2 3 4 5
5
1
2
3
IEC320-C14
MALE
508
FROM
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #1
1 2 3 4 5
CAN COM 2
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #1
FRONT VIEW
4
CAN COM 1
1
2
3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
129
POWER IN
683
684
685
686
687
688
689
690
691
692
693
694
695
696
697
698
699
700
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
709
710
711
712
713
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
728
729
730
731
732
733
734
735
736
737
738
739
740
741
742
743
744
745
746
747
748
749
750
751
1
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #1
REAR VIEW
1
2
3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
2
3
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
582 SIGNAL
557 POWER OUT
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 35: Channel 1 - Applies to all systems with 1 channel
51
752
753
754
755
756
757
758
759
760
761
762
763
764
765
766
767
768
769
770
771
772
773
774
775
776
777
778
779
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
789
790
791
792
793
794
795
796
797
798
799
800
801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808
809
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
52
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
HARNESS
125306
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
3
3
3
908
TO
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #2
2
2
1
1
2
1
4
4
4
5
5
5
1
2
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
210
1186
MORE THAN 2 CHANNELS:
TO LPTCM B
DISPENSE #3
1
1
1
5
IEC320-C14
MALE
CAN COM 2
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #2
FRONT VIEW
4
CAN COM 1
1
2
3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
2 CHANNELS ONLY:
TO ADM
2 CHANNELS ONLY:
HARNESS 121001
MORE THAN 2 CHANNELS:
HARNESS 125306
POWER IN
821
822
823
824
825
826
827
828
829
830
831
832
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
840
841
842
843
844
845
846
847
848
849
850
851
852
853
854
855
856
857
858
859
860
861
862
863
864
865
866
867
868
869
870
871
872
873
874
875
876
877
878
879
880
881
882
883
884
885
886
887
888
889
864
1
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #2
REAR VIEW
1
2
3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
975
839
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #2
SIGNAL
963
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #2
SIGNAL
2
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
POWER OUT
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #2
POWER OUT
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
MALE
L
N
G
L
N
G
IEC320-C14
MALE
LABEL
2A1
LABEL
2B2
LABEL
2A2
HARNESS
24J249
LABEL
2A3
LABEL
2B3
ENCLOSURE
HARNESS
24J248
ENCLOSURE
LABEL
SIG2
LABEL
PWR2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
M12 8 PIN
FEMALE
H
G
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E
D
C
B
A
M12 8 PIN
FEMALE
SIGNAL
CHANNEL #2
HOSE
BUNDLE
POWER
CHANNEL #2
HOSE
BUNDLE
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 36: Channel 2 - Applies to all systems with 2 channels
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LPTCM A
DISPENSE #2
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LPTCM B
DISPENSE #1
1
5
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2
3
IEC320-C14
MALE
CAN COM 2
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #2
FRONT VIEW
4
CAN COM 1
1
2
3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
5
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DISPENSE #2
REAR VIEW
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FEMALE
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M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
858
SIGNAL
833 POWER OUT
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 37: Channel 2 - Applies to all systems with 2 channels
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FEMALE
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M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
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TO
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #4
3
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LPTCM B
DISPENSE #3
2
2
1
1
2
1
5
IEC320-C14
MALE
4
4
4
CAN COM 2
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #3
FRONT VIEW
4
CAN COM 1
1
2
3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
5
5
5
POWER IN
HARNESS
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DISPENSE #3
REAR VIEW
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M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
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3
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DISPENSE #3
SIGNAL
1241
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DISPENSE #3
SIGNAL
2
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
POWER OUT
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #3
POWER OUT
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2
3
1
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3
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3
4
M8 4 PIN
MALE
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N
G
L
N
G
IEC320-C14
MALE
LABEL
3A1
LABEL
3B2
LABEL
3A2
HARNESS
24J249
LABEL
3A3
LABEL
3B3
ENCLOSURE
HARNESS
24J248
ENCLOSURE
LABEL
SIG3
LABEL
PWR3
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3
4
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M12 8 PIN
FEMALE
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
M12 8 PIN
FEMALE
SIGNAL
CHANNEL #3
HOSE
BUNDLE
POWER
CHANNEL #3
HOSE
BUNDLE
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 38: Channel 3 - Applies to all systems with 3 channels
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FROM
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DISPENSE #3
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1 2 3 4 5
FROM
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #2
1 2 3 4 5
5
1
2
3
IEC320-C14
MALE
CAN COM 2
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #3
FRONT VIEW
4
CAN COM 1
1
2
3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
249
POWER IN
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DISPENSE #3
REAR VIEW
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3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
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3
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1136
SIGNAL
1111 POWER OUT
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 39: Channel 3 - Applies to all systems with 3 channels
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FEMALE
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125306
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
3
3
3
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TO
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #4
2
2
1
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1
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4
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IEC320-C14
MALE
2
2
2
TO
ADM
3
3
3
4
4
4
CAN COM 2
LPTCM A
DISPENSE #4
FRONT VIEW
4
CAN COM 1
1
2
3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
5
5
5
POWER IN
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
HARNESS
121001
M12 5 PIN
FEMALE
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DISPENSE #4
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FEMALE
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DISPENSE #4
SIGNAL
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LPTCM B
DISPENSE #4
SIGNAL
2
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
POWER OUT
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #4
POWER OUT
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4
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4
M8 4 PIN
MALE
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G
L
N
G
IEC320-C14
MALE
LABEL
4A1
LABEL
4B2
LABEL
4A2
HARNESS
24J249
LABEL
4A3
LABEL
4B3
ENCLOSURE
HARNESS
24J248
ENCLOSURE
LABEL
SIG4
LABEL
PWR4
1
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3
4
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8
M12 8 PIN
FEMALE
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
M12 8 PIN
FEMALE
SIGNAL
CHANNEL #4
HOSE
BUNDLE
POWER
CHANNEL #4
HOSE
BUNDLE
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 40: Channel 4 - Applies to all systems with 4 channels
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3
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LPTCM A
DISPENSE #3
2
5
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2
3
IEC320-C14
MALE
4
CAN COM 2
LPTCM B
DISPENSE #4
FRONT VIEW
4
CAN COM 1
1
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3
M8 3 PIN
FEMALE
5
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DISPENSE #4
REAR VIEW
1
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3
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FEMALE
2
3
1
2
3
4
M8 4 PIN
FEMALE
1
2
3
IEC320-C13
FEMALE
1412
SIGNAL
1387 POWER OUT
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 41: Channel 4 - Applies to all systems with 4 channels
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LPTCM 3B
LPTCM 2B
LPTCM 1B
LPTCM 3A
LPTCM 2A
LPTCM 1A
4 CHANNEL SYSTEM
FROM 121807
SPLITTER
LPTCM 4B
LPTCM 4A
TO ADM
2 CHANNEL SYSTEM
FROM 121807
SPLITTER
LPTCM 1A
LPTCM 2A
TO ADM
LPTCM 1B
LPTCM 2B
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PLANT AIR
80 PSIG
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106
SOL-1670
PLUG
2
4
SOL-1650
MF-1
REG-1
TANK
BV-1
CLOSED
OPEN
4
2 PLUG
3
SOL-1683
104
1
MATERIAL
ACTUATOR/BALL VALVE
103
G-1
105
PRESS
XFER PUMP-1
Troubleshooting
Schematic (Continued)
FIG. 42: Dispense Point CAN Connections / Pneumatic Schematic - Applies to all systems
3A1654C
Appendix A - Icon Identification
Appendix A - Icon Identification
NOTE: When an icon has a continuous, solid gray border,
,the button is not functional. This is due to the
current system status or to a user-defined option. A
machine option is disabled if a button,
Icon
Description
Channel Disabled
(Press to enable channel)
,is shown
with a blue background. If the option is enabled, then it
is shown with a gray background
Icon
.
Change Dispense Gun Temperature Setpoint
Description
Remove Uninstalled Dispense
Guns from Displayed Recipe
Enable/Disable Heating
Set Displayed Recipe as Active
Recipe
Enter Standby Mode
Dispense Gun Target Temperature
Start Pump
Heat is not supplied to channel
Open Dump Valve
Channel is warming up to setpoint temperature
Manually Start Auto-Refill
Channel is at setpoint temperature
Channel Number
Reset Maintenance Counter
Go Back to Main Screen
Enter Screen
Channel Enabled
(Press to disable channel)
Exit Screen
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Appendix B - Run Screens
Appendix B - Run Screens
NOTE: See Appendix A - Icon Identification on
page 59 for individual icon details.
Heat Main Screen
System Screen
Actual Fluid
Pressure
Dispense Gun Setpoint
Actual Dispense Gun
Temperature
This screen displays the current temperature and status
of the heating system. If the gradient image is grayed
out, the channel is disabled by the selected recipe. If
This screen enables the user to control various operational functions. The user can enable/disable the heating system, select Standby mode, start hopper refill,
open/close the dump valve and start the pump.
NOTE: When heating is on and enabled, entering
Standby mode changes the fluid temperatures to 300°F
(149° C).
the
is shown, then the heat is off for that specific
channel.
Select the desired channel by either using the up and
down arrow keys or the softkey associated with the
channel.
To turn heat on for a single channel:
1. Set the active recipe to a recipe that includes the
desired channel.
2. On the System screen, press
60
to turn on heat.
3A1654C
Appendix B - Run Screens
Heat Control Screens
Actual Fluid
Pressure
The
is only functional if the “Run Mode Enable
Adjust” option is checked on Machine Screen #1 and a
Discrete Gateway Module is not installed. Press
to
enable/disable the displayed channel number. This
adds/removes the channel from the active recipe.
The
is only functional if the “Run Mode Setpoint
Adjust” option is checked on Machine Screen #1. Press
to change the setpoint temperature. If the option is
unchecked,
will be displayed and will show the
current setpoint of the channel that is set through the
Recipe Screen.
Dispense Gun
Setpoint
Temperature
Actual Dispense Gun
Temperature
Actual
TurboActivator
Temperature
NOTE: The up and down arrow buttons can be used to
navigate between the available heat screens.
Alternate Screen
(Based on selections of Machine Screen #1)
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Appendix B - Run Screens
Recipe Screen
Events Screen
NOTE:
The Events screens show the time, code, and description of the most recent machine actions.
is only active if the “Run Mode Recipe
Select” option is checked on Machine Screen #1.
The Recipe screens show the details of each defined
recipe and shows which is the active recipe.
If
Errors Screen
is enabled, then to switch the active recipe to a
new recipe number:
1. Use the up and down arrows keys on the ADM to
display the desired recipe.
2. Press
to set the displayed recipe as the active
recipe.
To change the definition of a recipe, go to the Setup
mode Recipe screens.
The Errors screens show the time, code, and description
of the most recent errors.
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Appendix B - Run Screens
Maintenance Screen
The Maintenance screen has two functions. First, the
top half of the screen is used to indicate the time until
the next scheduled maintenance for the air motor, the
pump, and one user item that can be used to note any
desired maintenance item. The bottom half of the
screen is used to show the pump cycles and volume for
the lifetime of the machine and since the last time the
“current” value was reset.These values can be modified
and reset in the Setup mode Maintenance screen.
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Appendix C - Setup Screens
Appendix C - Setup Screens
NOTE: See Appendix A - Icon Identification on
page 59 for individual icon details.
Machine Screen #2
Machine Screen #1
Use this screen to note which channel numbers have
fluid lines and dispense guns installed and which RTD
types are used by each channel number.
•
•
Run Mode Setpoint Adjust - When selected, the
user can adjust the dispense gun temperature setpoints in the Heat screens.
NOTE: A channel cannot be uninstalled if any of its temperature sensors are reading temperature above
250°F (121° C).
Run Mode Enable Adjust - When selected,
can be used to enable/disable the selected
channel in the active recipe. This is done in the Heat
screens.
•
Run Mode Recipe Select - When selected, the
user can change the Active recipe from the Run
mode Recipe screens.
•
Startup Mode: If Automatic Startup mode is
See your dispense gun/gun operation manual for the
correct RTD type.
selected, when
is pressed the heat system
will automatically be enabled. If Manual Startup
mode is selected, the heat system will need to be
enabled manually.
•
Gateway Installed: If a Discrete Gateway Module is
installed, the “Gateway Installed” option should be
selected.
NOTE: Because the Setup screens can be password
protected, if the function cannot be performed in Run
mode then the user may be required to know the password to make these changes.
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Appendix C - Setup Screens
Machine Screen #3
Recipe Screen
NOTE: Refer to Base System on page 12 for low and
empty level sensor component identification.
Use this screen to modify recipe definitions. Each of the
20 recipe screens represents a unique recipe definition.
Recipe definitions include which dispense guns to dispense from and temperature setpoints for the dispense
gun and TurboActivator.
If Automatic Refill is enabled when fluid goes below the
low level sensor the system will automatically tell the
external feed system to begin refilling the material hopper. Refill will stop when the low level sensor senses
material. See Startup set up instructions on page 26.
Refill Timeout is a timer that will stop the refill function if
the low level sensor does not sense material after a set
amount of time. This prevents overfilling in the event of a
faulty level sensor.
Pump Idle Time to Standby: After the pump has been
idle for the set amount of time, the system will automatically switch to Standby mode. If heating was on and
enabled, this changes the fluid temperatures to
300°F (149° C).
Minimum Time Input: 5
Maximum Time Input: 120
Default Time: 30
NOTE: A greyed out channel means the channel is not
checked on Machine Screen #2, so it is not recognized
as an installed channel.
Press
to set the displayed recipe as the active rec-
ipe.
If the selected recipe includes dispense guns that are
shown greyed out, pressing
will remove those dis-
pense guns from the recipe.
Standby Time to System Inactive: After the system
has been in Standby mode for the set amount of time,
the system will automatically switch to Inactive mode.
This stops all heating functions.
Minimum Time Input: 0 (immediate switch)
Maximum Time Input: 360
Default Time: 60
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Appendix C - Setup Screens
Schedule Screen
Maintenance Screen
The Schedule screens allow the user to schedule the
machine to enter Inactive, Warm Up, and Standby
modes at specific times of the day. There is one screen
for each day of the week.
This screen allows the user to modify the values shown
on the Run mode Maintenance screen.
Press
to reset the values in the “Due” column.
NOTE: “00:00” is a valid time setting.
NOTE: The time is formatted as 24-hour date format
(22:00 = 10:00 PM).
NOTE: Schedule will not function if the system operating
mode is “System Off”.
Press the left or right arrows to highlight the “Interval”
column. Use the numerical keypad to change the values.
Advanced Screen #1
This screen allows the user to set various system settings. The password entry protects access to the Setup
screens. If 0000 is entered, the user does not need a
password to access the Setup screens.
NOTE: The time is formatted as 24-hour date format
(22:00 = 10:00 PM).
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Appendix C - Setup Screens
Advanced Screen #2
Advanced Screens #4 and #5
This screen allows the user to set the units of measure.
This screen shows details for the installed software
components.
Advanced Screen #3
This screen allows the user to modify USB settings. See
Appendix E - USB Operation beginning on page 73.
See USB Options on page 73 for additional screen
details.
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Appendix D - ADM Event and Error Codes Overview
Appendix D - ADM Event and Error Codes Overview
Event Codes
Code
A1C1
A1C2
A1C3
A1C4
A1C5
A1C6
A1C7
A1C8
A1D1
A1D2
A1D3
A1D4
A1D9
A1DA
A1DB
A1DC
A2C1
A2C2
A2C3
A2C4
A2C5
A2C6
A2C7
A2C8
A2D1
A2D2
A2D3
A2D4
A2D9
A2DA
A2DB
A2DC
A3C1
A3C2
A3C3
A3C4
A3C5
A3C6
A3C7
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Code
Description
Current (Amperage) Codes
Low Current TCM 1 Alarm
Low Current TCM 2 Alarm
Low Current TCM 3 Alarm
Low Current TCM 4 Alarm
Low Current TCM 5 Alarm
Low Current TCM 6 Alarm
Low Current TCM 7 Alarm
Low Current TCM 8 Alarm
Low Current CH1 Gun Alarm
Low Current CH2 Gun Alarm
Low Current CH3 Gun Alarm
Low Current CH4 Gun Alarm
Low Current CH1 Turbo Alarm
Low Current CH2 Turbo Alarm
Low Current CH3 Turbo Alarm
Low Current CH4 Turbo Alarm
Low Current TCM 1 Deviation
Low Current TCM 2 Deviation
Low Current TCM 3 Deviation
Low Current TCM 4 Deviation
Low Current TCM 5 Deviation
Low Current TCM 6 Deviation
Low Current TCM 7 Deviation
Low Current TCM 8 Deviation
Low Current CH1 Gun Deviation
Low Current CH2 Gun Deviation
Low Current CH3 Gun Deviation
Low Current CH4 Gun Deviation
Low Current CH1 Turbo Deviation
Low Current CH2 Turbo Deviation
Low Current CH3 Turbo Deviation
Low Current CH4 Turbo Deviation
High Current TCM 1 Deviation
High Current TCM 2 Deviation
High Current TCM 3 Deviation
High Current TCM 4 Deviation
High Current TCM 5 Deviation
High Current TCM 6 Deviation
High Current TCM 7 Deviation
A3C8
A3D1
A3D2
A3D3
A3D4
A3D9
A3DA
A3DB
A3DC
A4C1
A4C2
A4C3
A4C4
A4C5
A4C6
A4C7
A4C8
A4D1
A4D2
A4D3
A4D4
A4D9
A4DA
A4DB
A4DC
A7C1
A7C2
A7C3
A7C4
A7C5
A7C6
A7C7
A7C8
A7D1
A7D2
A7D3
A7D4
A7D9
A7DA
A7DB
A7DC
A8D1
Description
High Current TCM 8 Deviation
High Current CH1 Gun Deviation
High Current CH2 Gun Deviation
High Current CH3 Gun Deviation
High Current CH4 Gun Deviation
High Current CH1 Turbo Deviation
High Current CH2 Turbo Deviation
High Current CH3 Turbo Deviation
High Current CH4 Turbo Deviation
High Current TCM 1 Alarm
High Current TCM 2 Alarm
High Current TCM 3 Alarm
High Current TCM 4 Alarm
High Current TCM 5 Alarm
High Current TCM 6 Alarm
High Current TCM 7 Alarm
High Current TCM 8 Alarm
High Current CH1 Gun Alarm
High Current CH2 Gun Alarm
High Current CH3 Gun Alarm
High Current CH4 Gun Alarm
High Current CH1 Turbo Alarm
High Current CH2 Turbo Alarm
High Current CH3 Turbo Alarm
High Current CH4 Turbo Alarm
Unexp. Curr. TCM 1 Alarm
Unexp. Curr. TCM 2 Alarm
Unexp. Curr. TCM 3 Alarm
Unexp. Curr. TCM 4 Alarm
Unexp. Curr. TCM 5 Alarm
Unexp. Curr. TCM 6 Alarm
Unexp. Curr. TCM 7 Alarm
Unexp. Curr. TCM 8 Alarm
Unexp. Curr. CH1 Gun Alarm
Unexp. Curr. CH2 Gun Alarm
Unexp. Curr. CH3 Gun Alarm
Unexp. Curr. CH4 Gun Alarm
Unexp. Curr. CH1 Turbo Alarm
Unexp. Curr. CH2 Turbo Alarm
Unexp. Curr. CH3 Turbo Alarm
Unexp. Curr. CH4 Turbo Alarm
No Current CH1 Gun Alarm
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Code
A8D2
A8D3
A8D4
A8D9
A8DA
A8DB
A8DC
Description
No Current CH2 Gun Alarm
No Current CH3 Gun Alarm
No Current CH4 Gun Alarm
No Current CH1 Turbo Alarm
No Current CH2 Turbo Alarm
No Current CH3 Turbo Alarm
No Current CH4 Turbo Alarm
Communication Codes
CAC1 Comm. Error TCM 1
CAC2 Comm. Error TCM 2
CAC3 Comm. Error TCM 3
CAC4 Comm. Error TCM 4
CAC5 Comm. Error TCM 5
CAC6 Comm. Error TCM 6
CAC7 Comm. Error TCM 7
CAC8 Comm. Error TCM 8
CADX Comm. Error Pump
CAGX Comm. Error Gateway
Pump Codes
DADX Pump Runaway
DBDX Pump Not Primed
DCDX Pump Overspeed
DDDX Pump Diving
DFDX Pump Stall Error - Up
DGDX Pump Stall Error - Down
DHDX Pump Stall Error - Both
DJDX Pump Linear Sensor Error
Event Codes
EAC1 Recipe Selected 1
EAC2 Recipe Selected 2
EAC3 Recipe Selected 3
EAC4 Recipe Selected 4
EAC5 Recipe Selected 5
EAC6 Recipe Selected 6
EAC7 Recipe Selected 7
EAC8 Recipe Selected 8
EAC9 Recipe Selected 9
EACA Recipe Selected 10
EACB Recipe Selected 11
EACC Recipe Selected 12
EACD Recipe Selected 13
EACE Recipe Selected 14
EACF Recipe Selected 15
EACG Recipe Selected 16
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Code
EACH
EACJ
EACK
EACL
EADX
EAFX
EAPX
EARX
EAUX
EB0X
EBDX
EBFX
EBPX
EBRX
EBUX
EC0X
ECC1
ECC2
ECC3
ECC4
ECC5
ECC6
ECC7
ECC8
ECC9
ECCA
ECCB
ECCC
ECCD
ECCE
ECCF
ECCG
ECCH
ECCJ
ECCK
ECCL
ECD1
ECD2
ECD3
ECD4
ECD9
ECDA
ECDB
ECDC
Description
Recipe Selected 17
Recipe Selected 18
Recipe Selected 19
Recipe Selected 20
Heat On
Fill Valve Open
Pump On
Dump Valve Open
USB Activity In Process
Stop Button Pressed
Heat Off
Fill Valve Closed
Pump Off
Dump Valve Closed
USB Drive Removed
Setup Value(s) Changed
Recipe Modified 1
Recipe Modified 2
Recipe Modified 3
Recipe Modified 4
Recipe Modified 5
Recipe Modified 6
Recipe Modified 7
Recipe Modified 8
Recipe Modified 9
Recipe Modified 10
Recipe Modified 11
Recipe Modified 12
Recipe Modified 13
Recipe Modified 14
Recipe Modified 15
Recipe Modified 16
Recipe Modified 17
Recipe Modified 18
Recipe Modified 19
Recipe Modified 20
Setpt. Changed CH1 Gun
Setpt. Changed CH2 Gun
Setpt. Changed CH3 Gun
Setpt. Changed CH4 Gun
Setpt. Changed CH1 Turbo
Setpt. Changed CH2 Turbo
Setpt. Changed CH3 Turbo
Setpt. Changed CH4 Turbo
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Code
EFDX
EHPX
EL0X
ELD1
ELD2
ELD3
ELD4
EM0X
EMD1
EMD2
EMD3
EMD4
EQU1
EQU2
EQU3
EQU4
EQU5
ERD1
ERD2
ERN1
ERP1
EU11
EU12
EU13
EU14
EU21
EU22
EU23
EU24
EU31
EU32
EU33
EU34
EU41
EU42
EU43
EU44
EU51
EU52
EU53
EU54
EU61
EU62
EU63
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Description
Heat Standby
Pump Inactive Timeout
System Power On
Channel Enabled CH1
Channel Enabled CH2
Channel Enabled CH3
Channel Enabled CH4
System Power Off
Channel Disabled CH1
Channel Disabled CH2
Channel Disabled CH3
Channel Disabled CH4
Sys. Settings Downloaded
Sys. Settings Uploaded
Custom Lang. Downloaded
Custom Lang. Uploaded
Logs Downloaded
Pump Maint. Count Reset
Pump Cycles Tot. Reset
User Maint. Count Reset
Motor Maint. Count Reset
Timer Event MON 1
Timer Event MON 2
Timer Event MON 3
Timer Event MON 4
Timer Event TUE 1
Timer Event TUE 2
Timer Event TUE 3
Timer Event TUE 4
Timer Event WED 1
Timer Event WED 2
Timer Event WED 3
Timer Event WED 4
Timer Event THU 1
Timer Event THU 2
Timer Event THU 3
Timer Event THU 4
Timer Event FRI 1
Timer Event FRI 2
Timer Event FRI 3
Timer Event FRI 4
Timer Event SAT 1
Timer Event SAT 2
Timer Event SAT 3
Code
EU64
EU71
EU72
EU73
EU74
EVUX
L1FX
L2FX
L6FX
L8FX
MADX
MBDX
MMUX
MNDX
P1DX
P2DX
P3DX
P4DX
P6DX
P7DX
T1D1
T1D2
T1D3
T1D4
T1D9
T1DA
T1DB
T1DC
T2D1
T2D2
T2D3
T2D4
T2D9
T2DA
T2DB
T2DC
T3C1
T3C2
T3C3
T3C4
Description
Timer Event SAT 4
Timer Event SUN 1
Timer Event SUN 2
Timer Event SUN 3
Timer Event SUN 4
USB Disabled
Level Codes
Empty Supply
Low Level Supply
Level Sensor Error Supply
Refill Error Supply
Maintenance Codes
Maintenance Due - Pump
Maintenance Due - Motor
USB Logs Full
Maintenance Due - User
Pressure Codes
Low Pressure Dispense Alarm
Low Pressure Dispense Deviation
High Pressure Dispense Deviation
High Pressure Dispense Alarm
Press. Sens. Err. Dispense
Depressurization Error
Temperature Codes
Low Temp. CH1 Gun Alarm
Low Temp. CH2 Gun Alarm
Low Temp. CH3 Gun Alarm
Low Temp. CH4 Gun Alarm
Low Temp. CH1 Turbo Alarm
Low Temp. CH2 Turbo Alarm
Low Temp. CH3 Turbo Alarm
Low Temp. CH4 Turbo Alarm
Low Temp. CH1 Gun Deviation
Low Temp. CH2 Gun Deviation
Low Temp. CH3 Gun Deviation
Low Temp. CH4 Gun Deviation
Low Temp. CH1 Turbo Deviation
Low Temp. CH2 Turbo Deviation
Low Temp. CH3 Turbo Deviation
Low Temp. CH4 Turbo Deviation
High Temp. TCM 1 Deviation
High Temp. TCM 2 Deviation
High Temp. TCM 3 Deviation
High Temp. TCM 4 Deviation
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Appendix D - ADM Event and Error Codes Overview
Code
T3C5
T3C6
T3C7
T3C8
T3D1
T3D2
T3D3
T3D4
T3D9
T3DA
T3DB
T3DC
T4C1
T4C2
T4C3
T4C4
T4C5
T4C6
T4C7
T4C8
T4D1
T4D2
T4D3
T4D4
T4D9
T4DA
T4DB
T4DC
T6D1
T6D2
T6D3
T6D4
T6D9
T6DA
T6DB
T6DC
T8D1
T8D2
T8D3
T8D4
T8D9
T8DA
T8DB
T8DC
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Description
High Temp. TCM 5 Deviation
High Temp. TCM 6 Deviation
High Temp. TCM 7 Deviation
High Temp. TCM 8 Deviation
High Temp. CH1 Gun Deviation
High Temp. CH2 Gun Deviation
High Temp. CH3 Gun Deviation
High Temp. CH4 Gun Deviation
High Temp. CH1 Turbo Deviation
High Temp. CH2 Turbo Deviation
High Temp. CH3 Turbo Deviation
High Temp. CH4 Turbo Deviation
High Temp. TCM 1 Alarm
High Temp. TCM 2 Alarm
High Temp. TCM 3 Alarm
High Temp. TCM 4 Alarm
High Temp. TCM 5 Alarm
High Temp. TCM 6 Alarm
High Temp. TCM 7 Alarm
High Temp. TCM 8 Alarm
High Temp. CH1 Gun Alarm
High Temp. CH2 Gun Alarm
High Temp. CH3 Gun Alarm
High Temp. CH4 Gun Alarm
High Temp. CH1 Turbo Alarm
High Temp. CH2 Turbo Alarm
High Temp. CH3 Turbo Alarm
High Temp. CH4 Turbo Alarm
Sensor Err. CH1 Gun
Sensor Err. CH2 Gun
Sensor Err. CH3 Gun
Sensor Err. CH4 Gun
Sensor Err. CH1 Turbo
Sensor Err. CH2 Turbo
Sensor Err. CH3 Turbo
Sensor Err. CH4 Turbo
No Temp. Rise CH1 Gun
No Temp. Rise CH2 Gun
No Temp. Rise CH3 Gun
No Temp. Rise CH4 Gun
No Temp. Rise CH1 Turbo
No Temp. Rise CH2 Turbo
No Temp. Rise CH3 Turbo
No Temp. Rise CH4 Turbo
Code
Description
V1I1
V1I2
V1I3
V1I4
V1I5
V1I6
V1I7
V1I8
V1G0
V2I1
V2I2
V2I3
V2I4
V2I5
V2I6
V2I7
V2I8
V3I1
V3I2
V3I3
V3I4
V3I5
V3I6
V3I7
V3I8
V4I1
V4I2
V4I3
V4I4
V4I5
V4I6
V4I7
V4I8
V8M1
V8M2
V8M3
V8M4
V8M5
V8M6
V8M7
V8M8
Voltage Codes
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 1 Alarm
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 2 Alarm
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 3 Alarm
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 4 Alarm
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 5 Alarm
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 6 Alarm
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 7 Alarm
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 8 Alarm
Low Voltage - DGM Power Alarm
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 1 Deviation
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 2 Deviation
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 3 Deviation
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 4 Deviation
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 5 Deviation
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 6 Deviation
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 7 Deviation
Low Voltage 24VDC TCM 8 Deviation
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 1 Deviation
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 2 Deviation
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 3 Deviation
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 4 Deviation
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 5 Deviation
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 6 Deviation
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 7 Deviation
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 8 Deviation
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 1 Alarm
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 2 Alarm
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 3 Alarm
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 4 Alarm
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 5 Alarm
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 6 Alarm
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 7 Alarm
High Voltage 24VDC TCM 8 Alarm
No Voltage Line TCM 1
No Voltage Line TCM 2
No Voltage Line TCM 3
No Voltage Line TCM 4
No Voltage Line TCM 5
No Voltage Line TCM 6
No Voltage Line TCM 7
No Voltage Line TCM 8
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Appendix D - ADM Event and Error Codes Overview
Code
WJDX
WKDX
WKFX
WSC1
WSC2
WSC3
WSC4
WSC5
WSC6
WSC7
WSC8
WSC9
WSCA
WSCB
WSCC
WSCD
WSCE
WSCF
WSCG
WSCH
WSCJ
WSCK
WSCL
WSUX
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Description
Setup/Configuration Codes
Air Solenoid Error
Fluid Solenoid Error Dump
Fluid Solenoid Error Fill
Config. Error Recipe 1
Config. Error Recipe 2
Config. Error Recipe 3
Config. Error Recipe 4
Config. Error Recipe 5
Config. Error Recipe 6
Config. Error Recipe 7
Config. Error Recipe 8
Config. Error Recipe 9
Config. Error Recipe 10
Config. Error Recipe 11
Config. Error Recipe 12
Config. Error Recipe 13
Config. Error Recipe 14
Config. Error Recipe 15
Config. Error Recipe 16
Config. Error Recipe 17
Config. Error Recipe 18
Config. Error Recipe 19
Config. Error Recipe 20
Config. Error USB
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Appendix E - USB Operation
Appendix E - USB
Operation
Overview
There are two main uses for the USB.
•
•
Download a log of the past 5,000 errors and events
and a Data log that can contain over 60,000 snapshots of critical dispense information
Download and upload system configurations
• This data includes most user-selectable and
user-configurable settings.
• This data does not include pump counters, error
and event logs.
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USB Options
The options for USB on the ADM are in Advanced
screen #3.
The first option is a checkbox that enables or disables
the downloading of the Event and Data log files. The
Data log function logs data every minute while the system is active.
The second option is a checkbox that disables the USB
log errors that is a function of the third option (explained
below). The ADM will not display an alarm when
undownloaded data reaches 90% storage capacity.
The third option is how many days of data to download.
This will allow the user to download as many or as few
days as desired. The ADM does monitor the USB logs to
alert the user when data may be overwritten. This alert
occurs when 90% of the storage capacity occurs. In
order to minimize the risk of losing data, it is recommended that the user download the logs once a month
or more often if the machine is used during more than
one full shift a day.
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Appendix E - USB Operation
Log Files, Folder Structure
FIG. 43: DOWNLOAD, DATAxxxx Folders
Each time a stick-drive is inserted into the ADM USB
port, a new folder named DATAxxxx is created. The
number at the end of the folder name is incremented
each time data is transferred through the USB. In each
DATAxxxx folder there are two log files. They are formatted as .csv (comma separated value) files and can be
opened by most text editors or data processing programs such as Microsoft® Excel.
NOTE: The eight digit number found within the file path
is the serial number of the ADM which the data was
taken from.
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Appendix E - USB Operation
Download Log Files
If the “Disable USB Downloads/Uploads” is not checked
on the Advanced Screen #3, a USB stick-drive can be
used to download the log files.
To download the log files, insert a empty, high-quality
USB stick-drive into the USB port in the bottom of the
ADM. The USB stick-drive must be empty to ensure
there is enough memory for the log files. The ADM will
automatically begin downloading the log files (DISPTEXT.TXT) and the system settings file (SETTINGS.TXT). The status of the download will be shown
in the status bar. If an error occurs during download,
remove the USB stick-drive then re-insert.
Example 1-EVENT File
This is Events file. It includes both Errors and Events data. A temperature value of “-32768” means that the system
was not receiving a valid temperature measurement from that zone at the time the log entry was stored. Check that
the affected zone’s RTDs are connected properly if this temperature appears in the USB log file.
Type
Description
Action Description
A
Alarm
Clr
Clear
(Condition that caused error has stopped)
V
Advisory
Set
Error Set
D
Deviation
Ack
Error Acknowledged
R
Record Only
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Appendix E - USB Operation
Example 2-DATA File
This is the data log file.
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Appendix E - USB Operation
Transfer System Settings
6. Remove the USB stick-drive from the computer and
install it into the ADM USB port for the second
machine. The software will automatically begin
updating.
NOTE: Before the update begins the ADM automatically
shuts down the system, turning off the heat and pressure. When the software is updating, a pop-up box will
appear to inform the user of the update. Heat will remain
on during the update, and if desired, the user can hit the
enter key and continue operation.
7. Once the “USB” Activity In Process” screen disappears, the update is complete. Remove the USB
stick and cycle the power to apply the updates.
8. Turn the Main Power Switch to the OFF position
then back to the ON position.
9. Plug the USB stick-drive into a computer.
Example SETTINGS.TXT File
Use the following process to transfer system settings
from one machine to another.
1. Insert a empty, high-quality USB stick-drive into the
ADM USB port on the system with the settings to be
transferred. The USB stick-drive must be empty to
ensure there is enough memory for the log files.
Wait for the “USB Activity In Progcess” screen to
disappear, indicating the download is complete.
Once the download is complete the SETTINGS.TXT
file will be located in the “DOWNLOAD” folder. Take
note of the ADM serial number located on the label
on the back of the ADM - this will indicate where the
download came from.
10. Navigate to the UPLOAD folder and remove the
SETTINGS.TXT file.
NOTE: Immediately after uploading the settings, remove
the SETTINGS.TXT file from the UPLOAD folder to prevent accidental loss of data the next time the USB
stick-drive is inserted into the ADM USB port. If there is
a SETTINGS.TXT file in the UPLOAD folder when the
USB stick-drive is inserted into the ADM USB port the
software will automatically begin updating.
NOTICE
To avoid machine damage, never attempt to modify the
SETTINGS.TXT file in any way.
2. Repeat step 1 on the ADM that the settings are to
be transferred to. Also take note of the serial number for this ADM.
3. Plug the USB stick-drive into a computer.
4. Navigate to the DOWNLOAD folder of the source
ADM.
5. Copy the SETTINGS.TXT file from the DOWNLOAD
folder into the UPLOAD folder of the destination
ADM.
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Accessories
Accessories
Hose Bundles
Machine Stand
Part No.
Hose Bundle Length
24K264
12 ft (3.7 m)
Part No. 24L094
Additional hose bundles may be required to extend the
standard hose bundles. Hose bundles include a fluid
hose, a power cable, and a signal cable.
Dispense Gun Adapter Cables
Part No.
Dispense Gun Type
24K289
Nordson (230V)
24L931
120 V
r_16K859_3a1654a
The stand is recommended when the base machine is
not able to be mounted on existing equipment.
Light Tower Kit
Part No. 24L095
An adapter cable is required for connecting the TurboActivator to a dispense gun.
Inlet Air Filter, 106148
Air Filter Repair Kit, 104991
Fittings
Between Material Ball Valve and Material
Hose Line
Part No.
Orientation
116756
45°
556413
90°
Between Material Hose Line and
TurboActivator
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Part No.
Orientation
125796 and
108127
45°
125796 and
MA7359
90°
g_3a1654_24l095
The light tower accessory uses two colored lights to indicate whether an error condition exists. Refer to step 4
on page 21 for installation instructions. Refer to Troubleshooting on page 37 for light indications.
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Accessories
Discrete Gateway Module (DGM) Kit for
H.B. Fuller Liquamelt Adhesive and
Equipment Systems
Pump Rebuild Kit
Part No. 24K208
This rebuild kit includes all necessary pump seals specific for H.B. Fuller Liquamelt Adhesive and Equipment
Systems.
Part No. 24L886
Auto-Refill
r_24b681_3b9904a_1b
Discrete Gateway Module
This Discrete Gateway Module (DGM) allows the user to
control a H.B. Fuller Liquamelt Adhesive and Equipment
System through multiple external control devices such
as contact blocks or relays. The DGM will operate in
conjunction with the existing Advanced Display Module
(ADM) such that both devices can be used to control the
machine. See Discrete Gateway Module for H.B. Fuller
Liquamelt Adhesive and Equipment Systems manual
3A1655 for more information and installation instructions.
TurboActivator
Part No.
Voltage
24K212
120 V
24K281
230 V
The auto-refill function allows the user to bypass the
bag-in-box and connect the machine to a bulk supply
system.
To use auto-refill, there must be a solenoid valve
installed on an external feed system that is always under
pressure. This system can then be used to control that
valve so it opens and closes as needed to maintain the
fluid level in the material hopper.
Refer to step 8 on page 23 for installation instructions.
Additional user provided items are required for auto-refill
installation.
Electrical Conversion Kits
The following kits include all necessary components to
convert the electrical system from one phase to another
phase.
Current
Current System
System Voltage To be Converted To
Voltage (Phase)
Channels (Phase)
Part No.
3
230 (1)
230 (3)
24M186
4
230 (1)
230 (3)
24M187
3
230 (3)
230 (1)
24M188
4
230 (3)
230 (1)
24M189
ti17965a-2
The TurboActivator is used for all systems and is necessary for machine operation. See Setup procedure
beginning on page 19 for TurboActivator installation
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Technical Data
Technical Data
Minimum Air Inlet Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25 psi (172 kPa, 1.7 bar)
Maximum Fluid Working Pressure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1700 psi (12 MPa, 117 bar)
Minimum Fluid Working Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
300 psi (2.1 MPa, 20.7bar)
Maximum Air Inlet Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
100 psi (7 MPa, 0.7 bar)
Maximum Fluid Operating Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . .
400°F (204°C)
Power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
See Models on page 3
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
See Models on page 3
Air Inlet Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1/4 npt
TurboActivator Fluid Inlet Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3/8 npsm
TurboActivator Fluid Outlet Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9/16-18 (#06) JIC
Materials of Construction:
Ambient Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aluminum, stainless steel, carbon steel, carbide,
chrome, chemically resistent o-rings, PTFE, ultra-high
molecular weight polyethylene
Heated Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aluminum, stainless steel, chemically resistent o-rings,
PTFE
Sound power* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
83.4 dBA
Sound pressure** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
73.5 dBA
*
Sound power measured at 70 psi, 20 cycles per minute per ISO-9614-2.
** Sound pressure measured 3.28 ft from equipment.
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Technical Data
Dimensions
Machine Dimensions
Ref
Measurement
with
Bag-in-Box
with Light
Tower
A (Width)
33 in.
(84 cm)
33 in.
(84 cm)
33 in.
(84 cm)
B (Height)
34 in.
(86 cm)
45 in.
(114 cm)
48 in.
(122 cm)
C (Depth)
30 in.
(76 cm)
30 in.
(76 cm)
30 in.
(76 cm)
B
NOTE: Dimensions include additional space required for hoses
and power lines.
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C
A
Mounting Hole Pattern Dimensions
2x 17.16
2x 15.00
2x 8.63
2x 7.50
.386 DIA.
2x 4.21
3x 4.50
2x 8.421
3x 9.80
2x 15.00
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Technical Data
TurboActivator Dimensions
#6 JIC
(9/16-18)
11.8 in.
(300 mm)
3/8” NPSM
3.5 in.
(89 mm)
3.0 in. (76 mm)
diameter
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Liquamelt™ Packaging Adhesive Equipment System
Warranty for North America End Users*
Graco warrants to the end user (“End User”) of the Liquamelt™ Packaging Adhesive System that all equipment referenced in this document which
is manufactured by Graco to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of sale from Graco to H.B. Fuller Company (“Fuller”).
Graco will, for the following periods of time, from the date of sale of the equipment to Fuller, repair or replace any part of the equipment determined
by Graco to be defective:
Liquamelt™ Packaging Adhesive
System Component:
TurboActivator™ component
Equipment System
(excludes TurboActivator ™ component)
Warranty Period
(Years):
1
3
This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Graco's written recommendations.
This warranty does not cover, and Graco shall not be liable for general wear and tear, or any malfunction, damage or wear caused by faulty
installation, misapplication, abrasion, corrosion, inadequate or improper maintenance, negligence, accident, tampering, or substitution of
non-Graco component parts. Nor shall Graco be liable for malfunction, damage or wear caused by the incompatibility of the Equipment System
with structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco, or the improper design, manufacture, installation, operation or
maintenance of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco.
This warranty is conditioned upon verification by Graco of the claimed defect. If the claimed defect is verified, Graco will repair or replace free of
charge any defective parts. The equipment will be returned to Fuller or the End User per Fuller's instructions, transportation prepaid. If inspection
of the equipment or component does not disclose any defect in material or workmanship, repairs will be made at a reasonable charge, which
charges may include the costs of parts, labor, and transportation. If a warranty claim is denied, End User may be responsible for repair charges in
the event an invoice for repair is issued to End User by Fuller or Graco.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE, AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED
TO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Graco's sole obligation and End User's sole remedy for any breach of warranty shall be as set forth above. The End User agrees that no other
remedy (including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damages for lost profits, lost sales, injury to person or property, or any other
incidental or consequential loss) shall be available from either Fuller or Graco. Any action for breach of warranty must be brought within two (2)
years of the date of discovery of the warranty claim.
In no event will Graco be liable for indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages resulting from Graco supplying equipment hereunder, or
the furnishing, performance, or use of any products or other goods sold hereto, whether due to a breach of contract, breach of warranty, the
negligence of Graco, or otherwise.
In no event will Fuller be liable for indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages resulting from the sale of the equipment hereunder, or the
furnishing, performance, or use of any products or other goods sold hereto, whether due to a breach of contract, breach of warranty, the
negligence of Fuller, or otherwise.
FOR CANADIAN CUSTOMERS
The parties acknowledge that they have required that the present document, as well as all documents, notices and legal proceedings entered into,
given or instituted pursuant hereto or relating directly or indirectly hereto, be drawn up in English. Les parties reconnaissent avoir convenu que la
rédaction du présente document sera en Anglais, ainsi que tous documents, avis et procédures judiciaries exécutés, donnés ou intentés à la suite
de ou en rapport, directement ou indirectement, avec les procedures concernées.
H.B. Fuller Company Information
End User understands that Fuller provides no warranty for the equipment, but that Fuller will be the primary point of
contact with Graco related to any End User warranty claims or questions.
Contact Information for Warranty claims and questions is as follows. Please note that equipment should not be
shipped to either Fuller or Graco without the prior written approval of Fuller.
Customer Service for H.B. Fuller Company: 1-888-351-3523
H.B. Fuller Company Address: 3450 LaBore Road • Vadnais Heights, MN 55110
*Liquamelt and TurboActivator are trademarks owned by H.B. Fuller Company.
All written and visual data contained in this document reflects the latest product information available at the time of publication.
Graco reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.
For patent information, see www.graco.com/patents.
Original instructions. This manual contains English. MM 3A1654
Copyright 2011, Graco Inc.
Revised March 2012
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