Application Note Pneumatic Inker Controller Power Module History

Application Note Pneumatic Inker Controller Power Module History
FUSE CLIP TYPE POWER MODULE
Application Note
Pneumatic Inker Controller
Power Module History
(fuse replacement and voltage
selection)
This power module was used in manufacture from October of 1999 through present.
Note: All models are shipped with the voltage set for 120VAC. Two fuse types are included, one for
100/120VAC and one for 220/240VAC, however, the controller unit is shipped without a fuse
installed. Select the correct fuse for your voltage rating from the chart below and install per
instructions. Discard unused fuse.
1125 North McDowell Blvd.
Petaluma, CA. 94954
(707) 763-7799
1. Disconnect power cord from rear of controller (if connected).
2. Swing open the fuse cover door by lifting on tab on the right side of the door. (A small screwdriver
may be necessary.)
ROTATE THUMB
WHEEL UNTIL
CORRECT VOLTAGE
SHOWS THROUGH
SLOT IN DOOR
SIGNIFICANT DESIGN CHANGES AND TIMELINE
The Xandex pneumatic controller has been manufactured using three different AC power modules since
its initial production release in 1989. The AC power module is consistent across all controller models
during the timeframe of each revision.
This document describes fuse specifications, fuse replacement procedures and voltage selection
procedure for each of the three AC power modules.
TOP SLOT NOT USED
FUSE HOLDER
INSTALL WITH
ARROW DOWN IN
LOWER SLOT
The three AC modules in the field can be described as one of the three types listed below in order of year
of manufacture.
Sliding door: November 1989 (initial controller release) - December 1996
Fuse-in-door: January 1997- September 1999
Fuse Clip: October 1999-Present
SWING DOOR OPEN
The update of the power module and other revisions to the design in January 1997 were made to bring all
controller models into conformity with the following EU directives:
SNAP CORRECT FUSE
INTO HOLDER
3. To change voltage setting, rotate the thumbwheel until correct voltage listed on the thumbwheel is facing
out (visible through the slot in the door when the door is closed.)
4. To change the fuse, remove the fuse holder from the module by pulling is straight out. Carefully pry the
fuse from the holder and replace (see fuse rating chart below.)
•
•
EMC Directive 89 / 336 / EEC
Low Voltage Directive 73 / 23 / EEC
5. Insert the fuse holder into the bottom (lower) slot in the module with the arrow on the fuse holder
pointed down.
Standards to which conformity is declared:
• EN50081-2
• EN50082-2
• EN61010-1
6. CAREFULLY close fuse cover door. Verify that the correct voltage shows through the window on the
module door. Reconnect power cord and verify controller power.
The power module was changed again in 1999 when the module then in use was no longer available in a
CE compliant model.
Note: Xandex supplied fuses match the ratings listed in the chart below.
INPUT VOLTAGE
AT 50-60HZ
100/120VAC
220/240VAC
FUSE RATING;
250 V
0.75A
0.375A
FUSE TYPE:
T or Time Delay
3AG (0.25” x 1.25”)
3AG (0.25” x 1.25”)
November, 2000 Rev. A
XANDEX PART
NUMBER
158-0032
158-0479
Note: There is no power switch on the Xandex pneumatic controller unit. If the controller unit loses
power, memory of any hour or dot count programmed into the unit will be lost.
For more information about Xandex and our complete line of quality inking and interfacing products,
visit us on the Internet at http://www.xandex.com or email us at info@xandex.com.
November, 2000 Rev. A
SLIDING DOOR TYPE POWER MODULE
FUSE –IN-DOOR TYPE POWER MODULE
This power module was used in manufacture from November 1989 (initial controller release)
through December of 1996.
This power module was used in manufacture from January 1997 through September 1999.
ORIENT PC BOARD WITH VOLTAGE LABEL OF
DESIRED VOLTAGE AS SHOWN
1. Disconnect power cord from rear of
controller.
2. Swing open Fuse cover door by pushing
left on handle.
3. Remove PC board by pulling straight
back using pliers.
4. Select operating voltage by orienting PC
board position so that desired voltage is
on front left side. See diagrams.
5. Push PC board firmly into module slot.
1. Unplug the AC power cord from the power module on the rear of the controller.
2. Slide the clear fuse/voltage selection cover door to the left, over the power cord jack.
3. Rotate FUSE-PULL lever to the left. The fuse will be pushed outward as the lever is rotated. Remove the
fuse.
4. CAREFULLY remove the PC Board located in a slot below the fuse clips by pulling it straight back
using a needle nose pliers.
5. Select operating voltage by orienting PC Board position so that desired voltage is on top left side (facing
the rear of the controller.
6. Push board firmly into the slot in the module beneath the fuse.
7. Rotate FUSE-PULL back into normal position and re-insert a fuse into the holders.
Fuse is Xandex Part Number 158-0032, 3/4A 3AG 250V, Slo-Blo type, 0.25″″ diameter x 1.25″″ long glass
body fuse.
5mm X 20mm FUSE SLOT
FUSE COVER
DOOR HANDLE
TAB
STOP
.25 X 1.25 FUSE SLOT
6. Center correct fuse (see fuse rating chart
below) in appropriate fuse slot so that
when fuse cover door is closed, fuse
ends engage internal contacts.
7. CAREFULLY close fuse cover door. Verify that the red indicator shows through the correct voltage
window on the right side of the fuse cover door. Reconnect power cord and verify controller power.
Note: Xandex supplied fuses match the dimensions and ratings listed in the chart above. The two fuse
slots (0.25" X 1.25" and 5mm X 20mm) can be used interchangeably as long as the fuse input
voltage and fuse amperage match the ratings in the chart for the operating voltage selected.
INPUT VOLTAGE
AT 50-60HZ
100 VAC
120 VAC
220 VAC
240 VAC
FUSE RATING
0.75A
0.75A
0.315A
0.315A
FUSE TYPE:
T OR TIME-LAG
0.25" X 1.25"
0.25" X 1.25"
5mm X 20mm
5mm X 20mm
XANDEX PART
NUMBER
158-0032
158-0032
158-0359
158-0359
Note: Use extreme caution when closing door with fuse in 0.25" X 1.25" slot. Verify that the fuse is
perfectly aligned with the contacts on the inside, below the door hinge, and the tab stop on the
cover door. The door should slide closed smoothly with no resistance and only slight pressure.
DO NOT FORCE THE DOOR CLOSED OR DAMAGE TO THE MODULE MAY OCCUR.
November, 2000 Rev. A
November, 2000 Rev. A
SLIDING DOOR TYPE POWER MODULE
FUSE –IN-DOOR TYPE POWER MODULE
This power module was used in manufacture from November 1989 (initial controller release)
through December of 1996.
This power module was used in manufacture from January 1997 through September 1999.
ORIENT PC BOARD WITH VOLTAGE LABEL OF
DESIRED VOLTAGE AS SHOWN
1. Disconnect power cord from rear of
controller.
2. Swing open Fuse cover door by pushing
left on handle.
3. Remove PC board by pulling straight
back using pliers.
4. Select operating voltage by orienting PC
board position so that desired voltage is
on front left side. See diagrams.
5. Push PC board firmly into module slot.
1. Unplug the AC power cord from the power module on the rear of the controller.
2. Slide the clear fuse/voltage selection cover door to the left, over the power cord jack.
3. Rotate FUSE-PULL lever to the left. The fuse will be pushed outward as the lever is rotated. Remove the
fuse.
4. CAREFULLY remove the PC Board located in a slot below the fuse clips by pulling it straight back
using a needle nose pliers.
5. Select operating voltage by orienting PC Board position so that desired voltage is on top left side (facing
the rear of the controller.
6. Push board firmly into the slot in the module beneath the fuse.
7. Rotate FUSE-PULL back into normal position and re-insert a fuse into the holders.
Fuse is Xandex Part Number 158-0032, 3/4A 3AG 250V, Slo-Blo type, 0.25″″ diameter x 1.25″″ long glass
body fuse.
5mm X 20mm FUSE SLOT
FUSE COVER
DOOR HANDLE
TAB
STOP
.25 X 1.25 FUSE SLOT
6. Center correct fuse (see fuse rating chart
below) in appropriate fuse slot so that
when fuse cover door is closed, fuse
ends engage internal contacts.
7. CAREFULLY close fuse cover door. Verify that the red indicator shows through the correct voltage
window on the right side of the fuse cover door. Reconnect power cord and verify controller power.
Note: Xandex supplied fuses match the dimensions and ratings listed in the chart above. The two fuse
slots (0.25" X 1.25" and 5mm X 20mm) can be used interchangeably as long as the fuse input
voltage and fuse amperage match the ratings in the chart for the operating voltage selected.
INPUT VOLTAGE
AT 50-60HZ
100 VAC
120 VAC
220 VAC
240 VAC
FUSE RATING
0.75A
0.75A
0.315A
0.315A
FUSE TYPE:
T OR TIME-LAG
0.25" X 1.25"
0.25" X 1.25"
5mm X 20mm
5mm X 20mm
XANDEX PART
NUMBER
158-0032
158-0032
158-0359
158-0359
Note: Use extreme caution when closing door with fuse in 0.25" X 1.25" slot. Verify that the fuse is
perfectly aligned with the contacts on the inside, below the door hinge, and the tab stop on the
cover door. The door should slide closed smoothly with no resistance and only slight pressure.
DO NOT FORCE THE DOOR CLOSED OR DAMAGE TO THE MODULE MAY OCCUR.
November, 2000 Rev. A
November, 2000 Rev. A
FUSE CLIP TYPE POWER MODULE
Application Note
Pneumatic Inker Controller
Power Module History
(fuse replacement and voltage
selection)
This power module was used in manufacture from October of 1999 through present.
Note: All models are shipped with the voltage set for 120VAC. Two fuse types are included, one for
100/120VAC and one for 220/240VAC, however, the controller unit is shipped without a fuse
installed. Select the correct fuse for your voltage rating from the chart below and install per
instructions. Discard unused fuse.
1125 North McDowell Blvd.
Petaluma, CA. 94954
(707) 763-7799
1. Disconnect power cord from rear of controller (if connected).
2. Swing open the fuse cover door by lifting on tab on the right side of the door. (A small screwdriver
may be necessary.)
ROTATE THUMB
WHEEL UNTIL
CORRECT VOLTAGE
SHOWS THROUGH
SLOT IN DOOR
SIGNIFICANT DESIGN CHANGES AND TIMELINE
The Xandex pneumatic controller has been manufactured using three different AC power modules since
its initial production release in 1989. The AC power module is consistent across all controller models
during the timeframe of each revision.
This document describes fuse specifications, fuse replacement procedures and voltage selection
procedure for each of the three AC power modules.
TOP SLOT NOT USED
FUSE HOLDER
INSTALL WITH
ARROW DOWN IN
LOWER SLOT
The three AC modules in the field can be described as one of the three types listed below in order of year
of manufacture.
Sliding door: November 1989 (initial controller release) - December 1996
Fuse-in-door: January 1997- September 1999
Fuse Clip: October 1999-Present
SWING DOOR OPEN
The update of the power module and other revisions to the design in January 1997 were made to bring all
controller models into conformity with the following EU directives:
SNAP CORRECT FUSE
INTO HOLDER
3. To change voltage setting, rotate the thumbwheel until correct voltage listed on the thumbwheel is facing
out (visible through the slot in the door when the door is closed.)
4. To change the fuse, remove the fuse holder from the module by pulling is straight out. Carefully pry the
fuse from the holder and replace (see fuse rating chart below.)
•
•
EMC Directive 89 / 336 / EEC
Low Voltage Directive 73 / 23 / EEC
5. Insert the fuse holder into the bottom (lower) slot in the module with the arrow on the fuse holder
pointed down.
Standards to which conformity is declared:
• EN50081-2
• EN50082-2
• EN61010-1
6. CAREFULLY close fuse cover door. Verify that the correct voltage shows through the window on the
module door. Reconnect power cord and verify controller power.
The power module was changed again in 1999 when the module then in use was no longer available in a
CE compliant model.
Note: Xandex supplied fuses match the ratings listed in the chart below.
INPUT VOLTAGE
AT 50-60HZ
100/120VAC
220/240VAC
FUSE RATING;
250 V
0.75A
0.375A
FUSE TYPE:
T or Time Delay
3AG (0.25” x 1.25”)
3AG (0.25” x 1.25”)
November, 2000 Rev. A
XANDEX PART
NUMBER
158-0032
158-0479
Note: There is no power switch on the Xandex pneumatic controller unit. If the controller unit loses
power, memory of any hour or dot count programmed into the unit will be lost.
November, 2000 Rev. A
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising