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Section

11

Electrical System

NOTE:

This section applies to applicators with Universal T-style cordsets.

Table of Contents

Electrical System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Low-Power Cordset (700 W)

High-Power Cordsets

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Introduction 11-3

Overview of Electrical Operation

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Preparing to Connect Cordsets

Connecting Adhesive Manifold Cordsets

Connecting Heated Air Manifold Cordsets

Disconnecting Cordsets

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Cordsets 11-4

Low-Power Cordset

High-Power Cordset

Heaters and RTDs

Cordset Connection

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Restoring the System to Normal Operation

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Low-Power Cordsets (200 W and 400 W)

Extension Cables

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Wiring Diagrams

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Recommended Spare Parts and Supplies

Technical Data

Electrical Specifications

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Cordset Pin Positions

Splitter Cables

Extension Cables

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Cordset Service

Checking a Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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11-12

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11-14 Checking an RTD

Replacing a Cordset

Rebuilding a Cordset

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Parts 11-19

Splitter Cables

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WARNING:

Allow only personnel with appropriate training and experience to operate or service the equipment. The use of untrained or inexperienced personnel to operate or service the equipment can result in injury, including death, to themselves and others, and damage to the equipment.

Introduction

This section describes the electrical system on applicators with low-power or high-power nickel resistance temperature detector (RTD)-style (hereafter referred to as Universal T-style) cordsets. The applicator’s electrical system includes the following components:

S adhesive manifold cordset(s) with heater and RTD

S heated air manifold cordset(s) with heater(s) and RTD

S splitter cables (if used)

S extension cables

The hose also has some electrical components, including a cordset that connects it electrically to the melter and an electrical receptacle that connects it electrically to the applicator. In combination, the hose electrical connections, the applicator cordsets, and any cables used serve two purposes: (1) to supply electrical power to the heaters in the applicator adhesive and heated air manifolds and (2) to carry electrical signals from the RTDs in the adhesive and heated air manifolds to a melter control system or to a standalone temperature controller.

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Figure 11-1 Universal spray applicator with T-style low-power cordsets

1. Adhesive manifold cordset (low power cordset shown)

2. Heated air manifold cordset

(low power cordset shown)

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An applicator has two types of heated zone: adhesive manifold and heated air manifold. The adhesive manifold zones heat the adhesive in the applicator, and the heated air manifold zones heat the pattern air. Heating and temperature sensing of the zones is accomplished through cordsets.

Cordsets

Each heated zone has a cordset that is connected to one RTD and one or two heaters inside the applicator. Cordsets are then electrically connected, via a connector plug, to a temperature control channel on a melter control system or on a standalone temperature controller. The control system receives the RTD electrical signal and regulates the electrical power supplied to the heater(s) based on the signal. There are two types of cordset: adhesive manifold and heated air manifold. The cordsets may be either low-power or high-power.

Low-Power Cordset

See Figure 11-2. A low-power cordset has a rectangular 6-pin male connector that connects to a 6-pin female connector on a hose or a low-power extension or splitter cable. Low-power cordsets are typically used for heated zones with a power requirement of 900 watts or less.

2

4

5

1

3

1 HEATER

2

HEATER

3

RTD

4

5

RTD

GROUND

Figure 11-2 Low-power cordset (typical)

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High-Power Cordset

See Figure 11-3. A high-power cordset has a square 8-pin male connector

(in which only 5 pins are used) that connects to am 8-pin female connector on a high-power extension or splitter cable. High-power cordsets are typically used for zones with a power requirement greater than 900 watts.

2

3

1

4

1

2

3

4

HEATER

HEATER

RTD

RTD

GROUND

Figure 11-3 High-power cordset

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Heaters and RTDs

Heaters and RTDs are an integral part of the cordset. Cordsets can be rebuilt, allowing you to replace just a heater or an RTD.

Heaters are housed in a bore (or bores) inside the adhesive and heated air manifolds and are secured by a heater retainer and screw, as shown in

Figure 11-4. When power is supplied to the heaters, they heat the adhesive or the pattern air in the applicator manifolds. Two heaters are present when a zone’s heating requirements are higher. Typically, the heating requirements of heated air manifold zones are greater than the heating requirements of adhesive manifold zones.

RTDs are housed in a bore inside the adhesive and heated air manifolds and are secured by a bayonet adapter, as shown in Figure 11-4. An RTD is an electronic temperature control device in which the electrical resistance changes predictably as the RTD’s temperature changes (the higher the temperature, the higher the resistance). The RTD relays the temperature of the adhesive or pattern air to a melter control system or to a temperature controller, which in turn adjusts the power supplied to the manifold heaters accordingly.

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1

2

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4

2

3

4

Figure 11-4 Low-power cordset (left) and high-power cordset (right) heater and RTD configurations

1. Heater retainer and screw

2. Heater

3. RTD 4. RTD bayonet adapter

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Cordset Connection

Cordsets must be properly connected to hoses and/or splitter and extension cables to supply power to the applicator. This part of Section 11 provides cordset connection procedures for an installation in which adhesive manifold cordsets are connected to hose connectors and extension cables and in which heated air manifold cordsets are connected to heated air manifold extension or splitter cables, which is the recommended configuration. If you need assistance with cordset installation, contact your

Nordson representative.

NOTE:

Normally, the hose, cordset, and cable configuration of your system will have already been determined by you and your Nordson representative.

If you need to change the configuration, contact your Nordson representative for assistance. Splitter and extension cable part numbers are provided in

Parts

at the end of this section.

WARNING:

Risk of personal injury or death. Allow only qualified personnel to perform electrical installation, troubleshooting, or repair procedures.

Before performing any electrical procedure, review Section 1,

Safety

, and disconnect and lock out electrical power to the system.

Preparing to Connect Cordsets

1. If the system is in operation, relieve system pressure. Refer to

Relieving

System Pressure

in Section 10,

Filter

.

2. Disconnect and lock out electrical power to the system.

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Connecting Adhesive Manifold Cordsets

Connect adhesive manifold cordsets as appropriate for your application.

Refer to Table 11-1 and Figure 11-5 for a typical installation configuration.

Item in

Figure 11-5

1

2

3

4

Table 11-1 Typical Adhesive Manifold Cordset Connections

Component

First adhesive manifold cordset

Extension cable

Connect to...

Note

Extension cable (item 2) If a high-power cordset is connected to a low-power extension cable, the adhesive manifold will not heat.

First adhesive manifold cordset (item 1) and to electrical receptacle on melter (item 5)

Some melter electrical receptacles are pinned for high-power use only.

If a low-power extension cable is connected to a high-power-only receptacle, the applicator that the cable is connected to will not heat.

Hose connector Second adhesive manifold cordset

Hose cordset Electrical receptacle on melter (item 5)

Some melter electrical receptacles are pinned for high-power use only.

If a hose cordset is connected to a high-power-only receptacle, the temperature control system will indicate a false open heater fault.

(1) First adhesive manifold cordset

(2) Extension cable

(5) Melter electrical

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Applicator

Hose

(3) Second adhesive manifold cordset

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(4) Hose cordset

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Melter

ÉÉÉÉÉÉ

Figure 11-5 Typical cordset configuration for an applicator with two adhesive manifold cordsets

1. First adhesive manifold cordset

2. Extension cable

3. Second adhesive manifold cordset

4. Hose cordset

5. Melter electrical receptacle

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Connecting Heated Air Manifold Cordsets

Connect heated air manifold cordsets as appropriate for your application.

Refer to Table 11-2 and Figure 11-6 for a typical installation configuration.

Item in

Figure 11-6

1

2

3

4

5

Table 11-2 Typical Heated Air Manifold Cordset Connections

Component

One heated air manifold cordset

Extension cable

Two heated air manifold cordsets

Splitter cable

Extension cable

Connect to...

Extension cable

(item 2)

One air manifold cordset (item 1) and electrical receptacle on melter (item 6)

Splitter cable

(item 4)

Two air manifold cordsets (item 3) and extension cable (item 5)

Splitter cable

(item 4) and electrical receptacle on melter (item 6)

Note

If a high-power cordset is is connected to a low-power extension cable, the heated air manifold will not heat.

Some melter electrical receptacles are pinned for high-power use only. If a low-power extension cable is connected to a high-power-only receptacle, or if a high-power extension cable is connected to a low-power-only receptacle, the temperature control system will indicate a false open heater fault.

If a high-power cordset is is connected to a low-power splitter cable, the heated air manifold will not heat.

If low-power and high-power cordsets and cables are mixed, the heated air manifold will not heat or the temperature control system will indicate a false open heater fault.

Some melter electrical receptacles are pinned for high-power use only. If a low-power extension cable is connected to a high-power-only receptacle, or if a high-power extension cable is connected to a low-power-only receptacle, the temperature control system will indicate a false open heater fault.

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Applicator

(1) One heated air manifold cordset

(2) Extension cable

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Melter

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(6) Melter electrical receptacle

(3) Two heated air manifold cordsets

(5) Extension cable

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(4) Splitter cable

Applicator

Figure 11-6 Typical cordset configuration for an applicator with one or two heated air manifold cordsets

1. Single heated air manifold cordset

2. Extension cable

3. Two heated air manifold cordsets

4. Splitter cable

5. Extension cable

6. Melter electrical receptacle

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Restoring the System to Normal Operation

Perform whichever of the following steps is appropriate for your installation:

S

If the cordsets were connected as part of the initial installation of the applicator, return to the applicator installation procedures in

Section 3,

Installation

, to complete the installation.

S

If the cordsets were connected as part of another procedure, return to that procedure.

S

If applicable, restore the system to normal operation. Refer to

Starting the Applicator

in Section 4,

Operation

, as needed.

Disconnecting Cordsets

Before disconnecting any cordset, relieve system pressure and disconnect and lock out electrical power to the system. Refer to

Relieving System

Pressure

in Section 10,

Filter

, as needed.

Cordset Service

This part of Section 11 provides cordset-related service procedures.

WARNING:

Risk of personal injury or death. Allow only qualified personnel to perform electrical installation, troubleshooting, or repair procedures.

Before performing any electrical procedure, review Section 1,

Safety

, and disconnect and lock out electrical power to the system.

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Checking a Heater

1. Disconnect and lock out electrical power to the system.

2. Disconnect the cordset that supplies power to the heater to be checked.

3. See Figure 11-7 or 11-8 as appropriate. Use an ohmmeter to check the heater resistance and continuity at the heater pins on the cordset:

S

If you measure low resistance, the heaters are operating normally.

Return to the procedure that referenced this check.

S

If you measure high resistance or if an open circuit is indicated, there may be a broken wire, a loose connection, or a defective heater.

Continue to the next step.

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4

5

Figure 11-7 Pin positions on a low-power cordset

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1 HEATER

2

HEATER

3

RTD

4

5

RTD

GROUND

2

3

1

4

1

2

3

4

HEATER

HEATER

RTD

RTD

GROUND

Figure 11-8 Pin positions on a high-power cordset

4. Remove the appropriate cordset connector hood and inspect the heater wiring. Make sure there are no broken wires or loose connections and that the heaters are wired correctly. Refer to the cordset wiring diagrams provided in

Applicator-Specific Reference Drawings

in Section 8,

Parts

, as needed:

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If any wiring problems are found, correct the problems and restore the system to normal operation.

S

If no wiring problems are found, the heater is probably defective.

Replace the heater. Refer to

Replacing a Cordset

later in this section.

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Checking an RTD

NOTE:

You will need to know the temperature of the RTD to properly perform this check.

1. Disconnect and lock out electrical power to the system.

2. Disconnect the cordset that supplies power to the RTD to be checked.

3. See Figure 11-7 or 11-8 as appropriate. With the RTD at a known temperature, use an ohmmeter to measure the RTD resistance at the

RTD pins on the cordset.

4. See Figure 11-9 to determine the correct resistance of the RTD based on its temperature:

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If the measured resistance is correct, the RTD is operating properly.

Return to the procedure that referenced this check.

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If the measured resistance indicates an open circuit, continue to the next step.

5. Remove the appropriate cordset connector hood and check for loose

RTD wires or wire connections. Tighten any loose connections.

6. Check the RTD resistance again. If the resistance is normal, the RTD is now operating properly. If it is not, continue to the next step.

7. Disconnect the RTD wires, measure the resistance across them, and compare the results to Figure 11-9:

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If the measured resistance is within the appropriate range, reconnect the RTD wires, reinstall the cordset connector hood, and return to the procedure that referenced this check.

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If the measured resistance is not within the appropriate range, replace the RTD. Refer to

Replacing a Cordset

later in this section.

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TEMPERATURE

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Figure 11-9 RTD resistance vs. RTD temperature

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Replacing a Cordset

To replace the heater or RTD on an applicator, replace the entire cordset with a new or rebuilt cordset. To rebuild a cordset, refer to

Rebuilding a

Cordset

later in this section.

You will need the following items:

S appropriate tools

S small rod for loosening a heater or RTD

S replacement cordset (new or rebuilt)

S heater lubricant for heaters

1. Disconnect and lock out electrical power to the system.

2. Disconnect the cordset that supplies power to the heater and/or RTD to be replaced.

Component

Heater(s)

RTD

CAUTION:

Risk of equipment damage. Disconnect electrical power to the applicator before removing an RTD. Exposing an RTD to ambient air can create a runaway heater condition, which can result in high temperatures that could damage the applictor or attached components.

3. See Figure 11-10. Replace the cordset, including the heater(s) and RTD, as shown in the following table. Refer to the applicator reference drawing provided in

Applicator-Specific Reference Drawings

in

Section 8,

Parts

, as needed.

Replacement Procedure

a. Loosen the heater retainer screw(s), rotate the heater retainer(s) to free the heater(s), and remove the heater(s) from the manifold.

NOTE:

If a heater does not easily slide out of its bore, locate the small access hole on the bottom of the applicator. Insert a small rod in the access hole and gently push or tap on the rod to loosen the heater.

b. Coat the new heater(s) with heater lubricant and insert the heater(s) in the manifold.

c. Rotate the heater retainer(s) over the heater(s) and tighten the screw(s).

a. Press in the RTD bayonet adapter, rotate the adapter about counterclockwise, and remove the RTD.

1

/

4 turn

NOTE:

If the applicator has an access hole in the applicator body directly behind the RTD, insert a rod into the access hole and gently push or tap the RTD to loosen it. If the applicator does not have an access hole, loosen the RTD by placing a small punch against the center of the RTD and carefully tapping on the punch with a hammer to loosen the seal between the RTD and the applicator body.

b. Insert the new RTD in the manifold, press in the bayonet adapter, and turn the adapter about

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/

4

turn clockwise.

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4. Reconnect the cordset.

5. Restore the system to normal operation.

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3

1

2

Figure 11-10 Replacing a cordset on a spray (left) or bead (right) applicator (solenoid valves and/or mounting rods not shown for clarity)

1. Heater retainer and screw

Note:

Some cordsets have two heaters.

2. Heater 3. RTD

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Rebuilding a Cordset

To rebuild a cordset, order the appropriate cordset parts and obtain the cordset rebuild instruction sheet (P/N 1081985) from http://emanuals.nordson.com/, or contact your Nordson representative for assistance.

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This part of Section 11 provides detailed parts lists for the electrical system.

For other applicator parts, including a reference drawing and bill of materials specific to your applicator, refer to Section 8,

Parts

. The following chart provides guidance for reading the parts lists.

The number in the

Item

column corresponds to the circled item number in the parts list illustration. A dash in this column indicates that the item is an assembly.

The number in the

Part

column is the Nordson part number you can use to order the part. A series of dashes indicates that the part is not saleable. In this case, you must order either the assembly in which the part is used or a service kit that includes the part.

The

Description

column describes the part and sometimes includes dimensions or specifications.

The

Note

column contains letters that refer to notes at the bottom of the parts list. These notes provide important information about the part.

Item Description

— 0000000 Assembly A

1

2

3

NS

000000

- - - - - -

0000000

000000

S Part of assembly A

S S Part of item 1

S S S Part of item 2

S S S S Part of item 3

NOTE A: Important information about item 1

AR: As Required

NS: Not Shown

Part

The

Quantity

column tells you how many of the part is used to manufacture the assembly shown in the parts list illustration. A dash or AR in this column indicates that the amount of the item required in the assembly is not quantifiable.

Quantity

2

1

AR

2

Note

A

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Low-Power Cordsets (200 W and 400 W)

See Figure 11-11.

Item

Part

1050984

Description

Cordset, Universal applicator, T-style, 120-ohm nickel, 240 VAC, 200 W

Quantity Note

1

2

1068070

1068941

1050950

1068008

Cordset, Universal applicator, T-style, 120-ohm nickel, 240 VAC, 400 W

S RTD, nickel, bayonet, 90-degree, 6-in. leads

S Heater, 90-degree, 0.38 in. D, 200 W, 240 VAC,

2.63 in. long (used on cordset 1050984)

S Heater, 90-degree, 0.38 in. D, 400 W, 240 VAC,

2.63 in. long (used on cordset 1068070)

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1

1

A

A

A

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

939225

939218

939963

1067982

981283

125383

981754

1067983

274618

S Connector, pin, 20−24 AWG, gold, reel

S Connector, pin, 16−18 AWG, gold, reel

S Strain relief, metric, standard, PG21, plastic

S Adapter, PG9 to PG21

S Screw, pan, 8-32 x 0.375 in.

S Shell, hose, special

S Screw, flat, self-tapping, 4-40 x 0.312 in.

S Grommet, 2-conductor, PG21

S Connector, pin holder

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3

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

NOTE A: To replace a heater or sensor, Nordson Corporation recommends replacing the entire cordset. Old cordsets may be rebuilt by qualified personnel. To rebuild a cordset, order the appropriate cordset parts and refer to http://emanuals.nordson.com/ for the cordset rebuild instruction sheet (P/N 1081985), or contact your Nordson representative for assistance.

2

GROUND

RTD

1

RTD

HEATER

HEATER

4

5

6

8

10

3

11

7

9

Figure 11-11 Low-power cordset parts (200 W and 400 W)

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Low-Power Cordset (700 W)

See Figure 11-12.

Item

Part

1067912

Description

Cordset, Universal applicator, T-style, 120-ohm nickel, 240 VAC, 700 W

Quantity Note

1

2

1068941

1067753

S RTD, nickel, bayonet, 90-degree, 6-in. leads

S Heater, 90-degree, 0.50 in. D, 700 W, 240 VAC,

3.00 in. long

1

1

A

A

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

939225

939225

939963

1067982

981283

125383

981754

S Connector, pin, 20−24 AWG, gold, reel

S Connector, pin, 20−24 AWG, gold, reel

S Strain relief, metric, standard, PG21, plastic

S Adapter, PG9 to PG21

S Screw, pan, 8-32 x 0.375 in.

S Shell, hose, special

S Screw, flat, self-tapping, 4-40 x 0.312 in.

2

3

1

1

1

1

2

10

11

1067983

274618

S Grommet, 2-conductor, PG21

S Connector, pin holder

1

1

NOTE A: To replace a heater or sensor, Nordson Corporation recommends replacing the entire cordset. Old cordsets may be rebuilt by qualified personnel. To rebuild a cordset, order the appropriate cordset parts and refer to http://emanuals.nordson.com/ for the cordset rebuild instruction sheet (P/N 1081985), or contact your Nordson representative for assistance.

RTD

HEATER

11

2

1

GROUND

RTD

HEATER

4

5

6

8

10

3

7

9

Figure 11-12 Low-power cordset parts (700 W)

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Electrical System

High-Power Cordsets

See Figure 11-13.

Item

Part

1068077

Description

Cordset, Universal, T-style, 120-ohm nickel,

800 W, square

Quantity

Note

1

2

1067916

1068941

1068009

Cordset, Universal, T-style, 120-ohm nickel,

1400 W, square

S RTD, nickel, bayonet, 90-degree, 6-in. leads

S Heater, 90-degree, 0.38 in. D, 400 W, 120 VAC,

2.63 in. long (used on cordset 1068077)

1

2

A

A

1067754 S Heater, 90-degree, 0.50 in. D, 700 W, 120 VAC,

3.00 in. long (used on cordset 1067916)

2 A

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

265681

981754

939963

274466

251394

1065052

1063521

1062969

730888

S Contact pin 0, 14-0, 37 mm

2

, plated gold

S Screw, flat, self-tapping, 4-40 x 0.312 in.

S Strain relief, metric, standard, PG21

S Hood, plug

S Plug insert, male

S Grommet, PG21, 3-conductor, 8 mm

S Adapter, PG11 to PG21

S Wire-end, crimp-on 2/#16

S Crimp contact pin, gold, 1 mm

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

3

NOTE A: To replace a heater or sensor, Nordson Corporation recommends replacing the entire cordset. Old cordsets may be rebuilt by qualified personnel. To rebuild a cordset, order the appropriate cordset parts and refer to http://emanuals.nordson.com/ for the cordset rebuild instruction sheet (P/N 1081985), or contact your Nordson representative for assistance.

AR: As Required

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PIN 1

CRIMP BOTH PINS

TOGETHER

GROUND

PIN 2

PIN 3

PIN 4

BLK

YEL/GRN

YEL/GRN

BLK

1

HEATER

(1 & 2)

HEATER

HEATER

RTD

RTD

(3 &

4)

3

8

5

9

6

Electrical System

11-23

GROUND

”G”

7

4

11

10

2

Figure 11-13 High-power cordset parts

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Electrical System

Splitter Cables

Item

3

4

1

2

Part

310893

109333

116998

113543

See Figure 11-14. These splitter cables can be used to connect hose and applicator cordsets to the electrical receptacles on the melter. In most cases, extension cables will be needed.

Description

Splitter cable, T-style, 2 hose cordsets, 12 in.

Splitter cable, T-style, 1 hose cordset and 1 high-power applicator cordset, 12 in.

Splitter cable, T-style, 2 low-power applicator cordsets, 12 in.

Splitter cable, T-style, 2 low-power applicator extension cables, 12 in.

1

2

3

4

690301006

Figure 11-14 T-style splitter cables

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11-25

164045

108946

135972

753462

754505

756195

150837

152813

109332

135971

755349

125784

757635

757636

Part

115576

115577

115578

115579

115580

115581

152812

149958

117123

Extension Cables

See Figures 11-15, 11-16, and 11-17. These extension cables can be used to connect splitter cables and/or hose and applicator cordsets to the electrical receptacles on the melter.

Note Description

Extension cable, T-style, hose cordset, 0.61 m (2 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, hose cordset, 1.83 m (6 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, hose cordset, 3.66 m (12 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, hose cordset, 5.49 m (18 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, hose cordset, 7.32 m (24 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, hose cordset, 9.14 m (30 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, hose cordset, 12.19 m (40 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, hose cordset, 15.24 m (50 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, low-power applicator cordset, 1.83 m (6 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, low-power applicator cordset, 3.05 m (10 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, low-power applicator cordset, 4.88 m (16 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, low-power applicator cordset, 7.32 m (24 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, low-power applicator cordset, 9.14 m (30 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, low-power applicator cordset, 10.66 m (35 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, low-power applicator cordset, 12.19 m (40 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, low-power applicator cordset, 15.24 m (50 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, low-power applicator cordset, 18.29 m (60 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, high-power applicator cordset, 5.49 m (18 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, high-power applicator cordset, 7.32 m (24 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, high-power applicator cordset, 9.14 m (30 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, high-power applicator cordset, 10.66 m (35 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, high-power applicator cordset, 12.80 m (42 ft)

Extension cable, T-style, high-power applicator cordset, 15.24 m (50 ft)

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Extension Cables

(contd)

Figure 11-15 T-style hose cordset extension cable

Figure 11-16 T-style low-power applicator cordset extension cable

Figure 11-17 T-style high-power applicator cordset extension cable

690301007

690301008

690301009

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Recommended Spare Parts and Supplies

For a complete spare parts and supplies list, refer to

Recommended Spare

Parts and Supplies

in Section 8,

Parts

.

Part

1050984

1068070

1067912

1068077

1067916

1068941

1050950

1068008

1067753

1068009

1067754

939218

939225

265681

730888

1062969

939326

939219

939391

939327

939528

139671

100586

165415

Description

Cordset, Universal applicator, T-style, 120-ohm nickel, 240 VAC, 200 W

Cordset, Universal applicator, T-style, 120-ohm nickel, 240 VAC, 400 W

Cordset, Universal applicator, T-style, 120-ohm nickel, 240 VAC, 700 W

Cordset, Universal applicator, T-style, 120-ohm nickel, 240 VAC, 800 W, square connector

Cordset, Universal applicator, T-style, 120-ohm nickel, 240 VAC, 1400 W, square connector

RTD, nickel, bayonet, 90-degree, 6-in. leads

Heater, 90-degree, 0.38 in. D, 200 W, 240 VAC, 2.63 in. long (used on cordset 1050984)

Heater, 90-degree, 0.38 in. D, 400 W, 240 VAC, 2.63 in. long (used on cordset 1068070)

Heater, 90-degree, 0.50 in. D, 700 W, 240 VAC, 3.00 in. long (used on cordset 1067912)

Heater, 90-degree, 0.38 in. D, 400 W, 120 VAC, 2.63 in. long (used on cordset 1068077)

Heater, 90-degree, 0.50 in. D, 700 W, 120 VAC, 3.00 in. long (used on cordset 1067916)

Connector, pin, 16−18 AWG, gold, reel (200 W and 400 W cordsets)

Connector, pin, 20−24 AWG, gold, reel (200 W, 400 W, and 700 W cordsets)

Contact pin 0, 14-0, 37 mm

2

, plated gold (high-power cordset RTDs)

Crimp contact pin, gold, 1 mm

2

(high-power cordset heaters)

Wire-end, crimp-on 2/#16 (high-power cordsets)

Pin, electrical connector, ground (low-power hose extension cables and high-power extension cables)

Connector, socket, 16−18 AWG, gold (low-power hose and applicator extension cables)

Socket, 20−24 AWG, gold (low-power hose extension cables)

Socket, electrical connector, ground (low-power hose extension cables)

Socket, crimp connector, 20−16 gauge, silver (high-power extension cables)

Tool, pin crimping

Tool, pin extraction

Lubricant, heater (for heaters)

Note

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Electrical System

Technical Data

Electrical Specifications

Refer to the identification plate on the applicator for voltage and wattage information. For the location of the identification plate on your applicator, refer to the reference drawing of the applicator in

Applicator-Specific

Reference Drawings

in Section 8,

Parts

.

Wiring Diagrams

These wiring diagrams are provided for your reference as needed during troubleshooting activities. Refer also to

Applicator-Specific Reference

Drawings

in Section 8,

Parts

, for wiring diagrams specific to your applicator.

Cordset Pin Positions

2 1

4

5

Figure 11-18 Pin positions on a low-power cordset

3

1 HEATER

2

HEATER

3

RTD

4

5

RTD

GROUND

2

3

Figure 11-19 Pin positions on a high-power cordset

1

4

3

4

1

2

HEATER

HEATER

RTD

RTD

GROUND

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Splitter Cables

4

8 6 5

1 2

5 6

3 4

8

4

8 6

5

11

8

4

10

6

5

9

3

12

1

2

HOSE/APPLICATOR HEATER

HOSE/APPLICATOR HEATER

HOSE RTD

HOSE/APPLICATOR RTD

GROUND A

GROUND

GROUND B

HOSE RTD

HOSE HEATER

HOSE HEATER

HOSE HEATER

HOSE HEATER

HOSE RTD

HOSE RTD

GROUND

GROUND

HOSE RTD

HOSE HEATER

HOSE RTD

HOSE HEATER

6

4

8

5

8

4

5

6

Figure 11-20 T-style splitter cable for two hose cordsets

Note:

The control system will display the hose plugged into the one of these connectors as an applicator zone.

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Electrical System

Splitter Cables

(contd)

3

10

1

5

1

5 6

10

3 4

8

4

8 6

5

8

10

1

3

4

5

6

HIGH POWER APP. HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

HOSE HEATER

HOSE/APPLICATOR RTD

HOSE HEATER

GROUND

HOSE RTD

HIGH POWER APP. HEATER

HIGH POWER APP. HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

APPLICATOR RTD

GROUND

HIGH POWER APP. HEATER

10

1

3

5

HOSE HEATER

HOSE RTD

HOSE HEATER

GROUND

HOSE RTD

4

5

6

8

Figure 11-21 T-style splitter cable for a high-power applicator cordset and a hose cordset

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1

5

9

2

6

3 4

8

11 12

8

2

11

9

12

4

5

1

3

6

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

HOSE/APPLICATOR HEATER

HOSE/APPLICATOR RTD

HOSE/APPLICATOR HEATER

GROUND

HOSE/APPLICATOR RTD

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

APPLICATOR RTD

GROUND

APPLICATOR HEATER

1

3

5

2

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

APPLICATOR HEATER

GROUND

APPLICATOR RTD

1

5

2

3

Figure 11-22 T-style splitter cable for two low-power applicator cordsets

Note:

The control system will display the applicator plugged into the HG connector as a hose zone.

5

4

2

5

4

2

3

1

3

1

690302019

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Electrical System

Splitter Cables

(contd)

1

5

9

2

6

3

4

8

11 12

3

2 1

5

3 2

1

5

8

2

5

6

3

4

11

9

12

1

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

HOSE/APPLICATOR HEATER

HOSE/APPLICATOR RTD

HOSE/APPLICATOR HEATER

GROUND

HOSE/APPLICATOR RTD

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

APPLICATOR RTD

GROUND

APPLICATOR HEATER

1

3

5

2

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

APPLICATOR HEATER

GROUND

APPLICATOR RTD

1

5

2

3

Figure 11-23 T-style splitter cable for two low-power applicator extension cables

Note:

The control system will display the applicator plugged into the HG connector as a hose zone.

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Electrical System

11-33

Extension Cables

1

5

2

6

3 4

8

9

10 11 12

1

2

3

4

5

6

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

HOSE HEATER

HOSE/APPLICATOR RTD

HOSE HEATER

GROUND

HOSE RTD

10

11

12

8

9

HIGH POWER APPLICATOR HEATER

Figure 11-24 T-style hose cordset extension cable

4 3 2 1

8 6 5

12 11 10 9

690302021

1

5

2

3

10

11

12

8

9

1

2

3

4

5

6

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

HOSE/APPLICATOR RTD

GROUND

Figure 11-25 T-style low-power applicator cordset extension cable

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

APPLICATOR RTD

GROUND

1

2

3

5

4

2

5

4

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1

690302022

Part 1050066B03

11-34

Electrical System

Extension Cables

(contd)

1

5

10

3

1

2

3

4

5

6

HIGH POWER APP. HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

HOSE/APPLICATOR RTD

GROUND

10

11

12

8

9

HIGH POWER APP. HEATER

Figure 11-26 T-style high-power applicator cordset extension cable

HIGH POWER APP. HEATER

HIGH POWER APP. HEATER

APPLICATOR RTD

APPLICATOR RTD

GROUND

1

2

3

4

4

1 2

3

690302023

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