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Miller ROBOT INTERFACE NSPR 8933 AND 9184 User manual
Millerfi
August
1991
FORM:
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MODEL: Robot Interface
(per NSPRS
8933 And
9184)
Gas/Current Sensing Control
Hub And
OWNERS
MANUAL
IMPORTANT: Read and understand the entire contents of both this manual
and the power source manual used with this unit, with special
the safety material throughout both manuals, before installing,
emphasis on
operating, or
maintaining this equipment. This unit and these instructions are for use only
by persons trained and experienced in the safe operation of welding equip
ient.
Spindle
MILLER ELECTRIC Mfg. Co.
A ME.v
Goup Ltd. Company
P.O. Box 1079
Appleton, WI 54912 USA
Tel. 414.734-9821
Do not allow untrained persons to Install, operate, or maintain this unit.
fully understand these Instructions.
.ntact your distributor if you do not
PAINTED IN U.S.A
I
r
LIMITED WARRANTY
EFFECTIVE: AUGUST 6, 1990
This warranty supersedes all
previous MILLER warranties and is exalusive with
LIMITED WARRANTY- Subject to the terms and conditions
hereof, MILLER Electiic Mfg. Co.. Appleton, Wisconsin
war
Distributor/Dealer that all new and unused
is free from defect in
workmanship and material as of the time and place of delivery
by MILLER. No warranty is made by MILLER with respect to
engines, trade accessories or other items manufactured by
others. Such engines, trade accessories and other items are
rants
to
its
Equipment furnished by MILLER
sold subject to thewarranties of their respective manufacturers.
if any. All engines are warrantied by their manufacturer for two
years from date of original purchase, except Deutz engines
which have a one year, 2000 hour warranty.
Except as speeded below, MILLERs warranty does not apply
components having normal useful life of less than one (1)
yeas such as spot welder tips, relay and contactor points,
MILLERMATIC parts that come in contact with the welding wire
including nozzles and nozzle insulators where failure does not
result from defect in workmanship or material.
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to
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within the following periods from the date of delivery of
Equipment to the original user:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Arc welders, power sources, robots, and
components
1 year
1 year
3 years
Load banks
Original main power rectifiers
(labor 1 year only)
All welding guns, feeder/guns and torches
90
All other MILLERMATIC Feeders
Replacement or repair parts, exclusive of labor
1 year
60 days
Batteries
provided that MILLER is notified in writing within
of the date of such failure.
days
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.1
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CONSUMER USE. MILLERS
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EXTEND
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EXTEND MILLERS WARRANTIES TO. ANY CONSUMER.
WRITING,
Ia
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Assistance for filing or settling claims may be obtained
from the distributor and/or the equipment manufactur-
Use the
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tion and Serial or
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section No.
SECTION 1
Page
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND SIGNAL WORDS
1-1.
General Information And Safety
1-2.
Safety
SECTION 2
2-1.
SECTION 3
Symbol
Alert
And
Signal
1
Words
1
SPECIFICATIONS
1
Description
INSTALLATION
3-1.
Site Selection
2
3-2.
Equipment Installation
2
Sensing
Control Interconnections
3-3.
Gas/Current
3-4.
Weld Control
3-5.
Robot Interface
Welding
3-6.
Robot Interface
Robot Control Unit Connections
3-7.
Arc Failure
3-8.
Preset Controls
5
3-9.
Peak
6
3-10.
Amps/Inductance Control
Preflow, Postflow, And Burnback Time Presets
3-11.
Welding
4-2.
Power Source Connections
Light Terminal Strip Connections
Wire Installation
Power Switch
Push Buttons
4-3.
Jog
Purge Push Button
4-4.
Voltmeter
4-5.
Wire
4-6.
Peak Amps/Inductance Meter
Indicator Lights
4-7.
Speed
3
3
3
4
5
6
6
CONTROLS
SECTION 4OPERATOR
4-1.
Motor Connections
7
7
7
7
Meter
7
7
7
SECTION 5- SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
5-1.
5-2.
Input Signals From Robot Control Unit
Output Signals From Robot Interface
8
8
No.
Section No.
Page
-
SECTION 6
MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING
6-1.
Routine Maintenance
6-2.
Overload Protection
6-3.
Reinstallation Of Hub
Display
6-5.
Circuit Board
6-7.
SECTION 7
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
9
9
Handling Precautions
Troubleshooting
Use Of Indicator Lights For Troubleshooting
10
11
13
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS
Diagram
Diagram
Diagram
Diagram
Diagram
Diagram
Diagram
Diagram
Diagram
Diagram
SECTION 8
Assembly
Board PC4 Meter Check
6-4.
6-6.
8
7-1.
Circuit
7-2.
Circuit
7-3.
Circuit
7-4.
Circuit
7-5.
Circuit
7-6.
Circuit
7-7.
Circuit
7-8.
Circuit
7-9.
Circuit
7-10.
Circuit
Feedback Board PC6
Diagram For
Diagram For
Diagram For
Diagram For
Diagram For
Diagram For
Diagram For
Diagram For
Diagram For
Diagram For
Robot Interface
Voltage
Control Board PCi
14
16
Motor Control Board PC2
17
Interface Board PC3
18
Meter
19
Display Board PC4
Isolation Board PC5
19
Isolation
20
Amp
Board PC6
Preset Board PC7
20
Gas/Current
21
Sensing Control
Gas/Current Sensing Control
21
PARTS LIST
8-1. Circuit Card,
26
8-2. Circuit Card, Motor
28
8-3.
30
Voltage Control PCi
Speed Digital PC2
Circuit Card, Relay PC3
8-4. Circuit Card, Meter PC4
32
8-5. Circuit
Card, Isolation/Ampflifier PC5
8-6. Circuit Card, Isolation PC6
33
8-7. Circuit Card, Preset PC7
35
8-8. Circuit Card, Feedback PC6
36
34
LIST OF CHARTS AND TABLES
Table 2-1.
Table 6-i.
Specifications
Troubleshooting
1
12
No.
SECTION 1
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND SIGNAL WORDS
GENERAL INFORMATION AND SAFETY
1-1.
1-2.
SAFETY
WORDS
SYMBOL
ALERT
AND
-
SIGNAL
General
A.
Information
presented
The following safety alert symbol and signaiwords are
used throughout this manual to call attention to and iden
tify different levels of hazard and special instructions.
in this manual and on various Ia-
bels, tags, and plates on the unit pertains to equipment
design, installation, operation, maintenance, and
troubleshooting which should be read, understood, and
followed for the safe and effective use of this
B.
This safety alert symbol Is used with the signal
words WARNING and CAUTION to call atten
tion to the safety statements.
equipment.
Safety
WARNING statements identify procedures or
practices which must be followed to avoid seri
The installation, operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of arc welding equipment requires practices
and pivcedures which ensure personal safety and the
safety of others. Therefore, this equipment is to be in-
ous
personal injury
or
loss of life.
CAUTION statements identify procedures or
practices which must be followed to avoid minor
personal injury or damage to this equipment.
stalled, operated, and maintained only by qualified persons in accordance with this manual and all applicable
codes such as, but not limited to, those listed at the end
of Section 1
Safety Rules For Operation Of Arc Welding Power Source in the welding power source Owners
IMPORTANT statements identify special instructions
necessary for the most efficient operation of this equip
Manual.
ment.
SECTION 2- SPECIFICATIONS
Table 2-1.
SpecIfIcations
Dimensions
Component
Height
Robot Interface
Gas/Current
Control
Sensing
Spool Support
Assembly+
Add
2-1/4 in.
Add 7/8 in. (22
2-1.
(57 mm)
Width
Net
Depth
22-1/2 in.
16-1/2in.
6~1/4ifl.*
38 lbs.
(572 mm)
(419 mm)
(159 mm)
(17 kg)
Ship
4-1/2 in.
5-1/2 in.
10-1/2 in.
5 lbs.
Total 61 lbs.
(108 mm)
(140 mm)
(267 mm)
(2.3 kg)
(27.7 kg)
13-3/4 in.
8-3/4 in.
8-1/2 in.
6 lbs.
(349 mm)
(222 mm)
(216 mm)
(2.7 kg)
for brake resistor.
+Spool Support without optional wire
reel.
mm) for front panel knob.
DESCRIPTION
The robot interface control is designed to interface with a
GMF robot and an Arc Pak 350, Deltaweld, Maxtron, or
Pulstar 450
Weight
power source. This unit provides
weld volts,wire feed speed, and peak
welding
digital display of
amperage
The
or
inductance.
gas/current sensing control contains the gas valve,
shunt, and current sensing reed relay.
These components function with the robot system when
using the Gas Metal Ait Welding (GMAW) process.
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SECTION 3-INSTALLATION
SITE SELECTION
3-1.
Select
an
installation site which
unit
Correct
2.
Shielding gas supply (if applicable)
3.
Water
input power supply (see
nameplate)
5.
No flammables
6.
A clean and
dry
4.
One weld output cable must be routed to the Gas/
Current Sensing control.
5.
supply (if applicable)
Adequate ventilation
The interconnecting cords must be routed so that
they are not caught, pinched, or strained during
welding operations.
provides the following:
1.
4.
3.
and fresh air
Welding wire
must be routed so that it does not con
tact the weld control or any other
ment.
supply
C.
Equipment
grounded equip
Installation
Obtain
area
appropriate mounting brackets or adapter plates
necessary and mounting hardware. Prepare struc
ture for equipment installation. Secure weld control,
Gas/Current Sensing control, and all other equipment
onto structures in the welding area.
as
Propertemperature that
7.
avoids extremes of heat
or
cold
8.
Proper airflow around unit
9.
Adequate space
to open and remove cover and
wrapper for installation, maintenance, and
functions.
repair
to install and se
the system components in a permanent location.
Table 2-1 gives overall dimensions.
Mounting holes provide the capability
cure
(Figure 3-1)
1.
Remove hex nut from end of hub support shaft.
2.
Align keyway
Supplied Equipment
and insert hub support shaft through
selected hole in hub support. Hole selection in hub
support depends on wire spool size. Be sure the
brake washers are
The following equipment is supplied as standard and
quires installation or assembly:
1.
Hub Installation
The hub assembly is supplied with the robot interface.
Remove the hub assembly from the shipping carton, and
install it as follows:
EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
3-2.
A.
D.
Weld Control with Gas/Current
Sensing
re
Control
3.
properly
seated in the hub.
Reinstall hex nut onto support shaft. Tighten hex nut
a slight drag is felt while turning hub.
until
4.
Install
welding
wire
according
to Section 3-11.
Cord and Motor Cord
Sensing
2.
Gas/Current
3.
Hub and
4.
Spindle Support
5.
Weld Control
necting
Hub Support
Shaft
Control
Spindle Assembly
Welding
Power Source Intercon
Cords
6.
Gas Hose
7.
Voltage Sensing Cord
B.
Equipment
When
deciding
lowing:
1.
The
2.
The lead
Hex Nut
Location
on
equipment location,
consider the fol
equipment must be mounted to a structure ca
pable of supporting the weight of the equipment.
Hub
lengths of
equipment
can
the cords supplied with the
will limit the area in which the equipment
Support
be located. Some cords can be extended by us
extension cords (check with welding
SA-126 870
ing optional
equipment distributor).
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FIgure
3-1. Hub
Assembly
Installation
3-3.
GAS/CURRENT SENSING CONTROL INTER
CONNECTIONS (Figure 3-2)
a
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
Do not touch live electrical
parts.
Shut down unit; welding power source, and
robot, and disconnect input power employing
lockout/tagging procedures before making inter
connections.
Lockout/tagging procedures consist of padlock
ing line disconnect switch in open position, re
moving fuses from fuse box, or shutting off and
red-tagging circuit breaker or other disconnect
ing device.
B.
Weld Cable Connections
For Electrode Positive/Reverse Polarity, route cable
welding power source POSITIVE weld output ter
minalto the gas/current sensing control, through the cur
rent sensing reed relay, to the shunt. Connect the cable
to the shunt. Using a second weld cable, connect to the
remaining end of the shunt, route the cable to the wire
drive assembly, and connect cable to weld cable termi
nal (see Motor/Drive Assembly Owners Manual for lo
from
cation).
C.
Gas ConnectIons
Connect hose from gas regulator/flowmeter (customer
supplied) at gas source to IN fitting on gas/current sens
ing control. Connect gas hose from wire drive assembly
to fitting on gas/current sensing control. The gas flow
accurately controlled by
must be
a
regulator/f lowmeter
at the source.
3-4.
WELD CONTROL
MOTOR CONNECTIONS
-
(Figure 3-2)
1.
Align keyways, insert 14-pin plug from motor cord
into matching receptacle RC7 on weld control, and
rotate threaded collar fully clockwise.
2.
Align keyways,
insert 14-socket plug from motor
control cord into
matching free-hanging receptacle
fully clock
Motor Control~
Receptacle RC7
Location
from motor, and rotate threaded collar
wise.
115 Volts AC/Contactor
Control
3-5.
Recptacle RC13
ROBOT INTERFACE
WELDING POWER
SOURCE CONNECTIONS (Figures 3-2 And
3-3)
a
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK
can
kill.
Do not touch live electrical parts.
Shut down unit, welding power source, and
robot, and disconnect input power employing
locko ut/tagging procedures before making inter
connections.
Lockout/tagging procedures consist of padlock
ing line disconnect switch in open position, re
moving fuses from fuse box, or shutting off and
red-tagging circuit breaker or other disconnect
ing device.
Voltage Sensing
Receptacle RC12
There
Robot Interface
/
A.
3-2.
Robot Interface
RIght Side
Gas/Current
2.
supplied for interconnection
welding power source.
be
Ex
A.
REMOTE 14 Connections
1.
Align keyway, insert 14-socket plug into matching
receptacle RC13 on robot interface, and rotate
threaded collar fully clockwise.
2.
Align keyway,
TB-119 646
View
Sensing Control
Connections
1.
four cords
amine cords and select proper cord for the connection.
Receptacle RC17
FIgure
are
tween the robot interface and
Align keyways, insert 14-pin Amp plug into matching
receptacle RC9 on robot interface, and rotate
threaded collar fully clockwise.
Align keyways, insert 16-pin Amp plug into matching
receptacle RCI6 on gas/current sensing control,
and rotate threaded collar fully clockwise.
ceptacle
on
insert
14-pin plug into matching
welding
fully clockwise.
power source,
re
and rotate
threaded collar
B.
REMOTE 17 ConnectIons
1.
Align keyway, insert 17-socket plug into matching
receptacle RC16 on robot interface, and rotate
threaded collar fully clockwise.
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2.
Align keyway, insert 17-pin plug into matching re
ceptacle on welding power source, and rotate
thread collar
fully clockwise.
C.
REMOTE 10 ConnectIons
1.
Align keyway, Insert 10-socket plug into matching
receptacle RC15 on robot interface, and rotate
threaded collar fully clockwise.
2.
Align keyway, insert plug into matching receptacle
on the welding power source, and rotate threaded
collar fully clockwise.
Nut
Voltage
Sensing
Lead Ring
Lock Washer
1.
Obtain
Weid Cabie
Wire Drive
Assembly
3.
Align keyway, insert 37-pin plug into matching re
ceptacle on robot interface, and rotate threaded col
lar fully clockwise.
4.
Route and connect conductors at
cord to the robot control unit.
Align keyway, insert 4-socket plug into matching re
ceptacle RC12 on robot interface, and rotate
threaded collar fully clockwise.
2.
Connect lead with
ring terminal to wire drive
3.
3-6.
source,
as
shown in
Connect lead with
Figure
Socket C:
+ Peak Amps; 0-10 volts dc input from ro
bot control unit with respect to Socket D
(analog common) equals 0-500 amperes
dc output.
for Socket C
+ Wire Feed Speed; 0-10 volts dc input
from robot control unit with respect to
Socket F (analog common) equals 0-1000
Socket J:
Voltage Feedback; 1 OOV (arc voltage)
1OV (feedback signal) with respect
=
to
Socket K.
Socket K:
3-3.
Voltage Feedback; analog
common
for
Socket J.
clamp
to the
workpiece.
Do not touch live electrical parts.
Lockout/tagging procedures consist of padlock
ing line disconnect switch in open position, re
moving fuses from fuse box, or shutting off and
red-tagging circuit breaker or other disconnect
ing device.
CAUTION: IMPROPER USE OF SOCKET
Socket L:
Current Feedback; 500A (weld current)
IOV (feedback signal) with respect to
Socket M.
Socket M:
Current Feedback: analog
Socket L.
Socket N:
Wire Stuck
Socket P:
Wire Stuck
Signal output to robot control
unit with respect to Socket N; indicates
wire is stuck to work.
Socket R:
Contactor Control; contact closure from ro
bot control unit with respect to Socket a,b
equipment damage.
Use socket r only when using a Karel Control
Socket 5:
Signal;
common
for
return for Socket P.
Gas Control; contact closure from robot
control unit with respect to Socket a,b(Cir
cuit
Common).
Socket U:
Jog Forward; contact closure from robot
control unit with respect to Socket a,b (Cir
cuit Common).
Socket V:
Jog Reverse;
ler.
Activating +24 volts dc atsocketrcan damage
equipment connected to receptacle
=
(Circuit Common).
r
can cause
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common
Wire Feed Speed; analog common for
Socket E (+ Wire Feed Speed).
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
other brand
RC17.
Amps; analog
Amps).
Peak
Socket F:
assem
Shut down unit, welding power source, and
robot, and disconnect input power employing
lockout/tagging procedures before making inter
connections.
a
Peak
1PM.
ROBOT INTERFACE-ROBOT CONTROL UNIT
CONNECTIONS (Figure 3-2)
a
end of
Arc Volts; analog common for Socket B (+
Arc Volts).
bly, along with the weld cable from the welding pow
er
remaining
Socket B:
Socket E:
1.
appropri
+ Arc Volts; 0-10 volts dc input from robot
control unit with respect to Socket A (ana
log common) equals 0-50 volts dc output.
(+
Voltage Sensing Connections
end of cord to
Socket A:
Socket D:
0.
one
The input and output signals at the sockets of receptacle
RC17 by means of the robot interface control circuitry
are as follows:
Rei:TA-109 093
Figure 3-3. Voltage Sensing Connections
At Wire Drive Assembly
37-pin Amphenol plug (not
Connect conductors at
ate sockets in plug.
Lug
Location
proper cord and
2.
Fiat Washer
Terminal
Location
a
supplied).
contact closure from robot
control unit with respect to Socketa,b (Cir
cuit
Common).
Sockets a,b: Circuit Common for Sockets R, 5, U, and
V; all circuit voltages referenced to this
CR1,
point.
Weld Standby output to robot control unit
with respect to Socket m (Digital Com
mon); indicates robot interface is in stand
by. This is a normally-open contact.
d.
Connect +24 vdc to remaining side of normallyopen robot control relay contact.
e.
Connect
f.
Socket h:
Socket
m:
Digital Common for Sockets d and
Socket
r:
+24 volts dc.
Socket
s:
Chassis
IMPORTANT: The
are not used.
(Option
For Karel
h.
NECTIONS
a lead from one side of robot control
coil to weld alarm terminal.
Connect proper voltage source (115 vac, 24
vdc) between common terminal and
remaining side of robot control relay coil.
vac, or 24
Controller)
ground.
remaining
Robot Control Unit
sockets in the receptacle
/
+24VDC
(FIgure 3-4)
There are two terminal
strips inside the robot interface
for control connections. Loosen
strain relief
screws on
panel if applicable, open front panel ac
cess door, and locate appropriate terminal strip forcon
nections. Tighten screws on strain relief if necessary,
and close and secure front panel access door when pro
right
Robot Interface
Weld Alarm Terminal
if So Equipped
Common Terminal
If So Equipped
ARC FAILURE LIGHT TERMINAL STRIP CON
unit
relay
Route and connect remaining end of cord to one
side of the normally-open robot control relay
contact and ground.
Current Detect output to robot control unit
with respect to Socket m.
on
a 115 or 24 vac, or 24 vdc isolation
and install into robot control.
c.
Socket d:
3-7.
Obtain
b.
side
Failure
Indicator Ught
2TM
Robot Control Unit
cedure is finished.
light on the robot interface front pan
el is turned on and off by a signal from the robot control
unit. Obtain proper length of 18 gauge/2-conductor cord
The ARC FAILURE
for this connection, and
proceed
as
Common Terminal
if So
Weld Alarm Terminal
If So Equipped
E~UIPP1~~~,/
follows:
To Voltaqe Source
(115VAC, 241/AC, 24VDC)
a
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
isolation
Do not touch live electrical parts.
Shut down unit,
welding power
Relay CR1
source, and
robot, and disconnect input power employing
locko ut/tagging procedures before making inter
connections.
Robot Control
Robot Interface
CR1
Lockout/tagging procedures consist of padlock
ing line disconnect switch in open position, re
moving fuses from fuse box, or shutting ott and
red-tagging circuit breaker or other disconnect
+24VDC
fo-~
2TL
~o_-
ing device.
1.
For robot control units when 24 vdc is used
(Figure
a.
Route cord
panel
2.
through
of robot
strain relief
on
right
Arc Failure
Indicator Light
2TM
3-4):
S -0292
side
Figure 3-4.
interface, and make proper con
Arc FaIlure
Light Connections
nections to 2TL and 2TM.
3-8.
b.
Route and connect remaining end of cord to
weld alarm terminal and ground connection at
the robot control unit.
c.
Connect +24 vdc to
minal.
The unit is shipped from the factory with preset values of
wire feed speed and voltage (300 ipm at 20 volts). If a
value is not preset for the voltage and wire feed speed,
the robot system will not start. To change preset values,
common
For robot control units when 115
is used
a.
relay
contact ter
PRESET CONTROLS
proceed
or
24 vac,
or
24 vdc
(Figure 3-4):
Route cord through strain relief on right side
panel of robot interface, and make proper con
nections to 2TL and 2TM.
a
as
(Figure 3-5)
follows:
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
Do not touch live electrical parts.
Power is applied to the
following procedure.
1.
Open interface
weld control
during
the
control door.
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5
2.
Locate Preset circuit board PC7
on
inside of door
(see Figure 3-5).
3.
Locate WFS Preset R3 and
PC7.
4.
While
5.
Close and
Voltage Preset
R4 on
watching VOLTS and WIRE FEED meters,
adjust potentiometers to desired preset conditions.
secure
tiometer sets pref low time from 0 to 6 seconds. The
middle potentiometer sets postf low time from 0 to 6 sec
onds. The bottom potentiometer sets burnback time
from approximately 5 to 250 milliseconds.
3-11. WELDING WIRE INSTALLATION
Wire Retainer
Retaining Ring
interface control door.
(Figure 3-6)
SC~27
308
R~: SA-139 296
FIgure
3-9.
FIgure
3-5. Preset Board PC7
PEAK AMPSI~NDUCTANCE CONTROL
with
channel
a two analog
shipped for use
robot. This means that peak amperage or inductance
can be set at the interface using potentiometer R4. R4 is
located beneath the snap-in blank on the lower left cor
This unit is
ner
of the interface front door.
This unit
can
be used with
a
on
Wire Reel And
Installation
Reel-Type
Wire
Installation Of
1.
Remove retaining ring.
2.
Slide spool of wire onto hub
bottom of spool.
3.
Rotate spool until hole in spool aligns with pin in hub.
Slide spool onto hub until it seats against back
flange of the hub.
4.
Reinstall
the robot control sets
must be moved
OptIonal
A.
three channel robot where
peak amperage. A jumper link
terminal strip 1 T to accomodate the
3-6.
Spool-Type
Wire
that wire feeds oft
so
onto hub.
retaining ring
three channel robot.
B.
4A
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK
can
Installation Of
Type Wire
kill.
Do not touch live electrical parts.
Shut down unit, welding power source, and
robot, and disconnect input power employing
lockout/tagging procedures before changing in
ternal connections.
Optional
Remove
1.
retaining ring and,
assembly from hub.
2.
Lay
wire reel
assembly
Wire Reel And Reel-
if
applicable,
flat on a table
or
wire reel
floor.
3.
Lockout/tagging procedures consist of padlock
ing line disconnect switch in open position, re
Remove spanner nut from wire reel
4.
moving fuses from fuse box, or shutting off and
red-tagging Circuit breaker or other disconnect
ing device.
Remove wire retainer, and install wire onto wire reel.
Be sure that wire feeds off bottom of reel.
5.
assembly.
Reinstall wire retainer and spanner nut onto wire
reel.
1.
Open
interface control door. Locate terminal
strip
6.
1 T.
2.
3.
Move the
jumper from
Slide wire reel assembly onto hub, and rotate
until hub guide pin is seated in reel.
between 1TE and 1TF to be
tween lTD and 1TE.
7.
Reinstall
Close and
C.
Adjustment Of Hub Tension (Figure 3-1)
secure
interface control door.
3-10. PREFLOW, POSTFLOW,
TIME PRESETS
AND
BURNBACK
On the left side of the interface control there are three
snap-in blanks. Beneath these snap-in blanks are
screwdriver adjustable potentiometers. The top poten
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as
sembly
retaining ring
onto hub.
Check the hub tension by slowly rotating the wire spool
reel. The wire should unwind freely, but hub tension
or
should be sufficient to keep wire taut and prevent back
lash when the wire feed stops. If adjustment is required,
loosen or tighten the hex nut on the end of the hub sup
port shaft accordingly.
SECTION 4- OPERATOR CONTROLS
Wire
Voltmeter
Speed
1PM Meter
L
Fuse
Peak Amps!
inductance Meter
(See Section 6-2)
o
Circuit Breaker
(See Section 6-2)
Power Switch
___~___1~P
I
___
__
Gas indicator
-
Light
Contactor
Indicator
,,,,,,,~,,,/P I ~
Light
Wire Feed
indicator Ught
Current
indicator
FIgure
4-1.
POWER SWITCH
Placing the
The JOG FWD and JOG REV
tary-contact switches.
Ret. 16.119 645
PEAK AMPS/INDUCTANCE
4-6.
push buttons are
momen-
source, the
meter
to the near
welding power
displays preset peak weld amperage
ampere while welding and idling.
When used with the Arc Pak welding power source, inductance is displayed in percentage.
4-7.
4-3.
PURGE PUSH BUTTON
iNDICATOR LIGHTS (Figure 4-1)
(Figure 4-1)
The
PURGE push button is a momentary-contact
switch. This switch energizes the gas solenoid and
purges the shielding gas line of the gun. The PURGE
push button allows the flow meter to be adjusted without
energizing the welding circuit.
There are five indicator lights on the interface. These
visual indications of various process functions.
VOLTMETER (Figure 41)
The voltmeter
of a volt while
4-5.
displays weld voltage to the nearest tenth
welding and preset voltage while idling.
WIRE SPEED METER
The wire
(Figure 4-1)
speed meter displays preset wire feed speed to
the nearest inch per minute while welding and idling. Actual and preset wire feed speed are the same due to the
wire feed speed feedback circuit.
are
TheGASlightturnsonwhenthegasvalveisenergized
shielding gas flow.
to indicate
The CONTACTOR
er source
4-4.
(Figure
When used with the Puistar
est
(Figure 4-1)
METER
4-1)
position energizes
tion shuts down the interface.
JOG PUSH BUTTONS
REV Push Button
Switch Location
Jog
Jog FWD Push
Button Location
4-1. Front Panel Controls
the robot interface. The interface must be on for the robot to weld. Placing the POWER switch in the OFF POSI
4-2.
Arc Failure
indicator Ught
Ught
(Figure 4-1)
POWER switch in the ON
~
Purge Push
Button Switch
light turns on when the welding
energized to indicate that
contactor is
pow
weld
output is available.
The WI RE FEED
is
energized
light turns on when the wire drive
feeding.
The CURRENT
relay
is
light turns on when
energized to indicate that an
The ARC FAILURE
connected
there is an
motor
to indicate that wire is
according
arc
light
turns on
the current detect
is established.
arc
only when properly
3-7, and
to instructions in Section
outage while welding.
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7
SECTION 5- SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
0-1000
Wire Feed Speed 01OV
Output Vofti 0-1OV - 0-50V
Peak Amps 0-500Amps Output
1pm
Jog Adn.noe
Jog C.I,.nt
Robot
To
Weld
Control
0.. On
A,c On
(Pow.,
Weld Control
To Robot
J
On. Stndby
Cu,,.nt O.te,t
1W1,.
Stuck
Output Volt.9.
Shi&diflg G.e
Wi,. Fn.d
Normel
Abno,m&
R&. TA-095 014
Figure
5-1.
5-1.
input
And
Output Signal Timing
INPUT SIGNALS FROM ROBOT CONTROL
UNIT
(Figure 5-1)
5-2.
Chart
OUTPUT SIGNALS FROM ROBOT INTERFACE
(Figure 5-1)
The robot interface sends
The robot interface receives
input signals for contactor
control, gas control, jog, welding volts, and wire speed.
output signals to the robot
control unit for current sense, wire stuck, and weld
standby.
SECTION 6- MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING
6-1.
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT:
this unit for
maintained
Every six months inspect the labels on
legibility. All precautionary labels must be
in a clearly readable state and replaced
See Parts List for part number of
precautionary labels.
when necessary
4A
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK
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8
kill.
Shut down unit, welding power source, and
robot,. and disconnect input power employing
lockout/tagging procedures
maintaining, or servicing.
before
Lockout/tagging procedures
locking line disconnect switch
Usage and shop conditions determine the frequency
and type of maintenance. At minimum, inspect equip
ment every three months as follows:
can
Do not touch live electrical parts.
inspecting,
consist of pad
in open position,
removin9 fuses from fuse box, or shutting off and
red-tagging circuit breaker or other disconnect
ingdevice.
MOVING PARTS
Keep away
can cause
from
HOT SURFACES
Allow coollng
serious
Injury.
moving parts.
can cause severe
burns.
interface shuts down. If the fuse opens, correct the prob
lem and replace Fl as follows:
1.
period before seivicing.
Maintenance to be
performed only by qualified
2.
Pull out fuse with
free.
Repair or replace, as required, all hose and cable;
give particular attention to frayed and cracked insu
lation and areas where it enters equipment.
3.
Insert
4.
instaU fuse with fuse holder cover back into unit.
5.
Remove grease and grime from components; mois
ture from electrical parts and cable.
a
Shut down unit, welding power source, and
robot, and disconnect input power employing
lockout/tagging procedures before inspecting,
maintaining, or servicing.
or
can
REINSTALLATION OF HUB ASSEMBLY
(Fig.
6-1)
Slide the following items onto the hub support shaft
in order given.
a.
Spring
b.
Keyed Washer
c.
Fiber Washer
d.
Brake Washer
e.
Hub
f.
Brake Washer
g.
Fiber Washer
other disconnect
damage unit.
Wire Drive Motor Circuit Breaker CB1
secure.
2.
Use only replacement fuse of same size, type,
and rating (see Parts List).
A.
cover.
Remove hubassemblyfromhubsupport, anddisas
semble discarding worn or broken parts.
ing device.
INCORRECT FUSE
fuse into fuse holder
1.
Lockout/tagging procedures consist of pad
locking line disconnect switch in open position,
removing fuses from fuse box, or shutting off and
circuit breaker
when fuse holder cover is
If it becomes necessary to replace part or all of the hub
assembly, reinstall the new hub assembly as follows:
kill.
Do not touch live electrical parts.
red-tagging
is
ure
can
cover
Depress and rotate fuse holder coverclockwise until
OVERLOAD PROTECTION
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK
new
cover
6-3.
6-2.
rotate fuse holder cover counterclock
2.
persons.
1.
Depress and
wise.
(Figure
4-1)
a
WARNING: Read and follow safety Informa
tion at beginning of Section 6-2 before pro
ceeding.
Circuit breaker CB1 protects the wire drive motor from
overload. if CB1 opens, the wire feed motor would stop.
Should a motor overload
as foUows:
occur
and CB1 open,
proceed
3.
Align keyway,
and insert hub support shaft
selected hole in hub support.
4.
install hex nut onto hub support shaft. Tighten hex
nut until a slight drag is felt while turning hub.
5.
Install
6-4.
welding
wire
according
through
to Section 3-11.
DISPLAY BOARD PC4 METER CHECK
(Figure
6-2)
1.
Check for jammed wire or clogged gun liner, and
problem. If wire jams often, replace gun liner.
correct
2.
If motoroverload occurs often,
repairor replace wire
Check points are provided on the display board PC4 for
checking power supply and input command for the me
ters.
drive motor.
3.
Check for
rolls, and
4.
binding drive gear
correct problem.
or
misaligned
drive
Reset circuit breaker by depressing the button. A
cooling period may be necessary before the circuit
breaker can be reset.
5;
Resume
B.
Main Fuse Fl
a
operation.
(Figure 4-1)
WARNING: Read and follow safety informa
tion at beginning of Section 6-2 before pro
ceeding.
Fuse Fl protects the robot interface from an internal
short or excessive overload. If fuse Fl opens, the robot
a
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK
can
kill.
Do not touch live electrical parts.
Be sure that personnel performing testing
procedures are familiar with and follow standard
safety practices.
Shut down unit before making
meter or test
or changing
equipment lead connections.
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD)
electronic components.
can
damage
Put on a properly grounded wrist strap
BEFORE handling circuit boards.
Transport all static-sensitive components in
proper static-shielding carriers and packages.
Perform work
only
at a static-safe work area.
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9
WIre
Ring
Retainer
Keyed
Washer
Brake Washer
Hub
Hub
Fiber Washer
Support
Shaft
Brake
Washer
OPTIONAL
Hub
Support
Ref. SC-127 ~2S
Figure
6-1. Hub And Reel Assemblies
Input Command For Wire
Input Command For
Volts Meter O.5V = 50V
Rear View Of
Display Board PC4
Figure
6-2.
Display
1.
Open
2.
Locate display board PC4.
3.
Check
4.
voltage is
replace the me
ter (see Section 6-5 and contact nearest Factory Au
thorized Service Station).
robot interface
access
voltage according
If a meter power
supply
to
door.
Figure
6-5.
6-2.
and command
correct and the meter is not working,
5.
If the power
supply or command voltage is incorrect,
replace display board PC4 (see Section 6-5 and
contact nearest Factory Authorized Service Sta
tion).
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10
Board Meter Checks
CIRCUiT BOARD HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
a
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK
can kill.
Do not touch live electrical parts.
Shut down unit, welding power source, and
robot, and disconnect input power employing
lockout/tagging procedures before inspecting,
maintaining, or servicing.
Lockout/tagging procedu resconsist of padlock
ing line disconnect switch in open position, re
moving fuses from fuse box, or shutting ott and
red-tagging
ing device.
circuit breaker
or
other disconnect
a
CAUTION:
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE
Lockoutltagging procedures consist of pad
locking line disconnect switch in open position,
removing fuses from fuse box, or shutting off and
red-tagging circuit breaker or other disconnect
ing device.
damage cIrcuit boards.
Put on properly grounded wrist strap
BEFORE handling circuit boards.
(ESD)
can
Transport circuit boards in proper
shielding carriers or packages.
Perform work
only at a static-safe
static-
MOVING PARTS
HOT SURFACES can
6-6.
TROUBLESHOOTING
4~
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
Do not touch live electrical parts.
Shut down unit, welding power source, and
robot, and disconnect input power employing
bums.
period before servicing.
Troubleshooting to be performed only by
qualified persons.
properly installed and
Use only minima! pressure and gentle move
ment when disconnecting or connecting board
plugs and removing or installing board.
cause severe
Allow cooling
aligned.
EXCESSIVE PRESSURE can break circuit
board.
Injury.
Keep away from moving parts.
work area.
INCORRECT INSTALLATiON or misaligned
plugs can damage circuit board.
Be sure that plugs are
can cause serious
It is assumed that the unit was
ing
properly installed accord
to Section 3 of this
manual, the operator is familiar
with the function of controls, the robot interface was
working properly, and that the trouble is
welding process.
not related to the
The following table is designed to diagnose and provide
remedies for some of the troubles that may develop in
this robot interface. Use this table in conjunction with the
circuit diagram while performing troubleshooting proce
dures. If the trouble is not remedied after performing
these procedures, contact the nearest Factory Author
locko ut/tagging procedures before inspecting or
ized Service Station. In all cases of equipment malfunc
tion, strictly follow the manufacturers procedures and
servicing.
instructions.
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11
TroubleshootIng
Table 6-1.
No
arc
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
TROUBLE
voltage control.
Check and
Output control connections.
secure
connections (see Section
secure
connections (see Section
3-4).
Arc
Check and
sensing connections.
3-4).
Voltage
Board PCI not
working.
Replace PCi (see Section 6-5 and contact
Factory Authorized Service Station).
near
est
~
Incorrect robot command
Incorrect robot
voltage.
peak command
cur-
rent.
Robot moves whenwelding
wire is stuck.
Wire
speed (1PM)
meter
Check robot peak command current at Isolation
Board PC5. Peak command current should be
0-10 vdc between sockets C and D (common) at
RC17.
Be sure that leads from robot are connected to
sockets P and N at RC17.
Wire stick connection.
Incorrect robot command
voltage.
goes to zero.
Motor Board PC2 not
Check robot command voltage at Isolation Board
PC5. Command voltage should be 0-10 vdc be
tween sockets A (+) and B (common) at AC 17.
working.
Check robot command voltage at Motor Board
PC2. Signal should be 0-10 vdc between pins K
and B (common) at RC5.
Replace PC2 (see Section 6-5 and contact near
Factory Authorized Service Station).
est
Unit does not operate.
Fuse Fl Open.
Check Fl, and replace if necessary (see Section
6-2). Correct overload problem before continu
ing operation.
Circuit breaker CB1
tripped.
Check CB1, and reset if necessary (see Section
6-2). Correct overload problem before Continu
ing operation.
No meter
display.
Meter not
Display Board PC4
No wire feed.
Robot
Use check points on Display Board PC4 to deter
mine if power is available to meter (see Section
6-4). If check points are okay, replace meter (see
Section 6-5 and contact nearest Factory Autho
rized Service Station).
working.
not
working.
Check input signal from robot to Motor Board
PC2. Signal should be 0-10 vdc between pins K
and B (common) on RC5.
signal.
Relay CR1
not
Use check points to determine if power is avail
able (see Section 6-4). II check points do not test
okay, replace PC4 (see Section 6-5 and contact
nearest Factory Authorized Service Station).
working.
Motor Board PC2 not
working.
~
Replace
CR1.
Replace PC2 (see Section 6-5 and contact
Factory Authorized Service Station).
near
est
Wire feeds
at
only.
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12
maximum
Tach board at wire drive motor not
Replace
tacli board
working.
Owners
Manual).
(see motor/drive assembly
USE OF INDICATOR LIGHTS FOR TROUBLESHOOTING
6-7.
Gas Indicator
On~
Gas flows:
System
normal
(on.)
Off
Ught
Gas does not flow
Gas flows:
Gas does not flow
Check gas valve
Check gas valve operation
and gas line for leaks.
System
operation.
normal
(off).
Check interface board PC3.
On
Contactor Indicator
~
w
Ught
Off
I
I
r
Contactor closed:
System
normal (on).
Contactor open:
Contactor closed:
Check
cords.
Check
interconnecting
board PC4.
display
Contactor open:
System
normal
(off).
Check interface board PC3.
On
Wire Feed Indicator
~
~
Light
Off
I
I
1~
4,
4,
Wire feeds:
System
normal
(on).
Wire does not feed:
Wire feeds:
Wire does not feed:
Check circuit breaker CB1
Check input signal from
robot to motor board PC2.
Signal should be 0-10 vdc
between pins K and B
(common) at RC5.
System
Check
relay CR1.
Check interface board PC3.
normal
(oft).
Check motor board PC2
On~
Current Indicator
4,
~Off
Light
+
Arc started:
System
normal
No arc:
(on).
Replace
Arc started:
reed
On~
relay.
Replace
reed
Arc Failure Indicator
No arc:
relay.
Light
System
normal
(off).
~Off
I
4,
No
arc:
Check weld parameters.
Arc started:
Check
No
Arc started:
arc:
from robot.
Normal
Signal should be 24 vdc
between terminals 2TL and 2TM.
signal
during idling.
Normal while
welding.
Check display board PC4.
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SECTION 8
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22
PARTS LIST
4
Dia.
Part
Mkqs.
No.
Description
Main
Cl
C2-4
CB1
CR1
CR2
CR3
CR4
031692
006 426
028 291
011 991
109006
095521
095033
052964
048 588
079844
027811
048 029
026202
01,2
*012655
Fl
046432
021 105
PB1-3
137695
PCi
073756
110391
071 642
PC2
083147
PC3.... 0943620007751
149339
PC4
089032
118550
PC5
110375
1065360008933
PC6
139297
PC7
082194
0821940009184
047 636
PLG9
079 535
079 739
073 140
073 140
048 598
PLG16
079 534
049 989
073 686
PLG12
039 828
600 848
604 109
601 226
601 228
600 750
079 748
PLG1,19
079 747
115 093
PLG2
113 746
131 204
PLG3
113 746
079 760
PLG18,60
079 747
081 379
PLG2O
081 378
084 198
PLG24
081 378
135 787
PLG28-30
081 378
135 788
PLG61
079 747
030651
Quantity
Assembly
CAPACITOR, elctlt 750uf 200VDC
CLAMP, capacitor 2.000dia
CAPACITOR, cer disc .luf 500VDC
CIRCUIT BREAKER, man reset 1 P 1 .5A 250V
RELA~encI24VACDPOT
RELAY, end 24VDC 4PDT
RELAY, end 24VAC4PDT
RELAY, end 24V0C DPDT
BRACKEt mtg relay
SPRING, hold down relay
SOCKEt relay 14 pin
CLIP, retaining skt relay
1
1
3
I
1
I
2
2
2
2
DIODE, rect 1A 400V SP
FUSE, mintr cer 1 OA 250V
HOLDER, fuse mintr .250 x 1.250 panel mtg
SWITCH, PB SPOT
CIRCUIT CARD, voltage control (Fig 8-1)
STAND-OFF, No. 6-32 x .625 Ig
GUIDE, mtg circuit card
CIRCUIT CARD, motor speed digital (Fig 8-2)
GROMMEt scr No. 8/10
CIRCUIT CARD, interface (Fig 8-3)
CIRCUIT CARD, meter
13
3
1
4
(Fig 8-4)
LENS, LED 4341 red
CIRCUIT CARD, isolation/amplifier (Fig 8-5)
STAND-OFF SUPPORT, PC card No. 6 screw.
CIRCUIT CARD, isolation (Fig 8-6)
CIRCUIT CARD, preset (Fig 8-7)
CABLE, interconnecting (consisting of) (for NSPR 8933)
CABLE, interconnecting (consisting of) (for NSPR 9184)
HOUSING PLUG & PINS, (consisting of)
TERMINAL, male 1 pin sz 16 18-14 wire
CLAMP, cable
CABLE, port No. 18 10/c (order by ft) (for NSPR 8933)
CABLE, port No. 18 10/c (order by ft) (for NSPR 9184)
HOUSING PLUG & SOCKETS, (consisting of)
TERMINAL, female lskt 14-18 wire
CABLE, volt sense (consisting of)
PLUG, 4skt97-3106A-14S-2S
CLAMP, cable AN-3057-6
WIRE, lead mot I 2ga strd (order by ft)
WIRE, lead 1 6ga strd (order by ft)
INSULATOR, vinyl clamp univ 25A
CLAMP, univ25A
TERMINAL, ring tng .500 stud 16-14 wire
4
1
....
14
.2
lift
2Oft
16
35ft
19ft
2
HOUSING, term hdr 18 pin
TERMINAL, contact hdr 24-18 wire
HOUSING PLUG & SOCKETS, (consisting of)
TERMINAL, female lskt 24-18 wire
HOUSING PLUG & SOCKETS, (consisting of)
TERMINAL, female lskt 24-18 wire
HOUSING, term hdr 12 pin
TERMINAL, contact hdr 24-18 wire
HOUSING, term hdr 12 pin
TERMINAL, female lskt 22-18 wire
HOUSING, term hdr 6 pin
TERMINAL, female lskt 22-18 wire
HOUSING PLUG & SOCKETS, (consisting of)
18
3
2
12
12
TERMINAL, female lskt 22-18 wire
HOUSING PLUG & PINS, (consisting of)
TERMINAL, contact hdr 24-18 wire
1
RESISTOR,WWfxd25WlOohm
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23
Dia.
Part
Nd~
Mkgs.
Description
Main
605741
R2
R3
R4
RC5
RC7,9
RC12
RC13
RC15
RC16
RC17
Si
SRi
T1,3
T2
1T,2T
3T
.
030941
030949
010199
079 683
056170
010193
057084
079497
603856
1065380007751
117374
009335
047 637
079 534
048144
076624
109768
089646
097867
094593
011609
035704
035759
036135
038856
601 219
038772
010916
107983
1324810008933
010311
1124730008933
+1169690008933
045 852
134327
010855
010853
073487
121 594
1215940009184
094481
116964
110015
110015
094482
045 348
0453480009148
047636
079535
079739
073139
073139
071 892
079534
048144
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Quantity
Assembly (Continued)
CLIP, mtg resistor .312 ID
RESISTOR, WW fxd 100W 5 ohm
HEATSINK,rect
4
TUBING, stl .275 ID x 1.000
HEAT SINK, resistor
SHIELD, resistor
TUBING, stl .37500 x .250
BUSHING, snap-in nyl .250 ID x .375 mtg hole
RESISTOR, WW fxd 25W 2K ohm
POTENTIOMETER, WW sltd sft 10/T 2W 10K ohm
BRACKE1 mtg potentiometer
HOUSING, term conn 22 posn
STAND.OFF, No. 4-40 x .625 Ig
HOUSING RECEPTACLE & SOCKETS, (consisting of)
2
1
TERMINAL, female lskt 14-18 wire
TERMINAL, male 1 pin plug keying
RECEPTACLE, 4 pin MS-3102A-14S-2P
RECEPTACLE, 14 pin 97-4102A-20-27P
RECEPTACLE, 10 pin MS-3102A-18-IP
RECEPTACLE, 17 pin MS-3102A-20-29P
RECEPTACLE, 37skt MS-3102A-28-21S
SWITCH, tgl SPOT 15A 125VAC
RECTIFIER, integ 30A 600V
TRANSFORMER, control mintr ii 5/36VCT
TRANSFORMER, control 115/24VAC
BLOCK, term 20A 1 2P
LINK, jumper term blk 20A
BLOCK, term 20A 6P
CONNECTOR, clamp cable .750
BLANK, snap-in nyl .500 mtg hole
CABINET, control
CLAMP, nyl .75OcIp dia x .500 wide
PANEL, mtg components
DOOR, access cabinet
CLIP, component .687d1a
LABEL, warning general precautionary
RETAINER, scr No. 2
I
I
I
4
1
I
I
1
I
2
2
14
2
I
1
1
I
I
1
2
1
2
4
I
4
I
1
I
2
FASTENER, scr sltd hd No. 2
NUT, speed No.2
NAMEPLATE, (order by model)
CABLE, interconnecting (consisting of) (for NSPR 8933)
CABLE, interconnecting (consisting of) (for NSPR 9184)
PLUG, 14 pin MS-3106A-20-27P
2
2
CLAMP, cable 97-3057-1012
CABLE, port No. 18 7/c (order by ft) (for NSPR 8933).
CABLE, port No. 18 7/c (order by ft) (for NSPR 9184).
PLUG, l4skt 97-3106A-20-27S
CABLE, motor (consisting of) (for NSPR 8933)
CABLE, motor (consisting of) (for NSPR 9184)
HOUSING PLUG & PINS, (consisting of)
TERMINAL, male 1 pin sz 16 18-14 wire
CLAMP, cable strain relief sz 17
CABLE, port No.16 6/c (order by ft) (for NSPR 8933)
CABLE, port No.16 6/c (order by ft) (for NSPR 9184)
RECEPTACLE w/SOCKETS, (consisting of)
TERMINAL, female 1 skt 14-18 wire
TERMINAL, male 1 pin plug keying
2
lOft
20ft
1
I
1
1
14
2
28ft
20ft
14
2
030
Pat
No
Dia.
Mkgs.
Description
MaIn
073140
089647
1338640008933
1338640009184
097868
116964
604910
604910
097866
PLGI
Ri
RC16
REED
Shunt
T4
iT
.
.
.
083 085
a
ordering
2
lOft
20ft
lift
1
I
4
1
13
1
1
16
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
HUB & SPINDLE,
1
1
(consisting of)
1
HUB, spool
072 292
058 427
+When
1
1
1
LABEL, warning general precautionary
057971
010233
Spare
1
WRAPPER
086
316
094
428
058 628
010191
135205
*Recommended
lOft
...
0830870008933
092989
134464
1
2
FITTING, hose brs nut .625-18RH
FITTING, hose brs ferrule .425 ID x .718 Ig
FITTING, hose brs barbed nipple 3/l6tbg
CONTROL BOX, gas feedback (consisting of)
VALVE, I15VAC 2 way 1/4 IPS port 1/8 orf
CIRCUIT CARD, feedback (Fig 8-8)
STAND-OFF, No. 6-32 x .375 lg
HOUSING, term hdr 13 pin
TERMINAL, contact hdr 24-18 wire
RESISTOR, C .5W 100 ohm
RECEPTACLE w/PINS, (consisting of)
TERMINAL, male 1 pinszl6i8-l4wire
SWITCH, reed
SHUNT, meter 5OMV 600A
SHIELD, heat
BRACKET, mtg shunt
TRANSFORMER, control mintr 115/36VCT
BLOCK, term 20A 3P
TUBING, stl .375 OD x .750
FITTING, hose brs bushing l/4NPT x .625-18RH
FITTING, pipe galv coupling .25ONPSC
FITTING, pipe galv nipple L .25ONPT x 10.000
BRACKET, mtg control
BRACKET, mtg components
CONTROL BOX, shunt
083 083
+083
121
072
058
I
PLUG, l7skt MS-3106A-20-29S
CLAMP, cable 97-3057-1012
CABLE, pwr shld 2Oga 5/c (order by ft) (for NSPR 8933)
CABLE, pwr shld 2Oga 5/c (order by ft) (for NSPR 9184)
PLUG, 17 pin MS-3106A-20-29P
HOSE, gas (consisting of)
HOSE, SAE .187 lOx .41000 (order byft)
056462
134834
010606
056108
056851
0831530008933
003538
135517
073 756
079798
079747
074051
090246
079535
140786
084
0830840007751
1214090007751
035759
038 861
021 795
010604
602 934
010190
Assembly (Continued)
CABLE, interconnecting (consisting of)
PLUG, 10 pin MS-3106A-18-1P
CLAMP, cable AN-3057-10
CABLE, port No. 18 10/c (order by ft)
PLUG, lOsktMS-3106A-18-1S
CABLE, interconnecting (consisting of) (for NSPR 8933)
CABLE, interconnecting (consisting of) (for NSPR 9184)
089870
039716
073 332
GS1
PC6
Quantity
.
..
2
WASHER, brake stl
WASHER,fbr.656l0x l.5000Dx.i25thk
NUT, stl slflkg hex req .625-11 w/nyl insert
WASHER, flat sti keyed 1 .500dia x .1 25thk
SPRING, cprsn .970 00 x 1.250
SHAFT, spool support
RING, retaining spool
SUPPORT, spindle (consisting of)
LABEL, warning general precautionary
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
.
Parts.
component originally displaying
a
precautionary label, the label should also be ordered.
BE SURE TO PROVIDE MODEL WHEN ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS.
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25
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SB.135 5208
FIgure
OM-135 583
Page
26
8-1. CircuIt
Card, Voltage Control PCI
Dia.
Mkgs.
PCi
Part
No.
137 695
A50
096275
114176
009159
C1-4,53,55-59,68.. 122723
000 340
C50,60,69-73
C52
031 677
C54
000861
C61
005023
C62
009577
C63
053 992
118460
C64,65
..
A51 ,52,54
A53
Description
FIgure
8-1. Circuit Card,
IC, linear 324
IC, linear 353
IC, linear 358
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
Voltage Control
...3
...1
.1 uf 5OVDC
11
disc .01 uf 5OVDC
tantim 5.6uf 35VDC
...7
elctlt 33ut 35V
tantlm 2.2uf 20V
tantlm 27uf 35V
...1
cer mono
cer
cer
121 684
....CR5O
093558
091 861
RELAY, end 12OVAC 4PDT
SOCKET relay l4skt
079 844
D51-54
D55-66
J1-15
....0C50
Q50
Q51-53
026 202
SPRING, hold down relay
DIODE, rect 1A 400V SP
DIODE, sig .020A 75V SP
RESISTOR, WW fxd zero ohm
IC,interface4N26
TRANSISTOR, PNP .5A 60V
TRANSISTOR, NPN 200MA 40V
RESISTOR, MF .25W lOOK ohm
RESISTOR, MF .25W 20K ohm
RESISTOR, MF .25W 10K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 4.7K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 2.2K ohm
RESISTOR, C .25W 330 ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 10K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 220K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 6.8K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 1K ohm
RESISTOR, MF .25W 1K ohm
RESISTOR, MF .25W 4.75K ohm
000348
028351
092648
047034
035 842
037200
R1,2
089174
R3
089176
089175
R4,5,67,76
R51 ,80,86,87
R52,91
R53,73
R55-57,85
R58,61
R59,60,95-97
R62,68,82
1R63,78
R69
039331
035 888
078431
035 827
039336
035 826
035 825
097110
108437
R71
000038
R74,103
R75,89
009173
R77
039 333
R79
039330
R81
R83
R84
035886
052137
R88,92
084205
000885
081 833
R90
035 885
R93
R94
R98
091 799
R99
035 823
039329
108433
R100
117134
R102
RC1
121 714
Si
VR5O
VR51
079 749
092367
083 772
046932
...1
disc .OOluf 1000VDC
elctlt 330uf 5OVDC
CAPACITOR, tantlm .47uf 35V
CAPACITOR, polye MF .47uf 100V
C66,74
C67,75
Quantity
.4
12
15
2
1
4
4
2
2
POTENTIOMETER, cermet trmr 251T .5W 2K ohm
POTENTIOMETER, cermet trmr 20/T .5W 5K ohm
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
MF.25W5.llKohm
.2
CF .25W 18K ohm
CF .25W 3.9K ohm
CF .25W 22K ohm
MF .25W 3.32K ohm
1
MF .25W 10K ohm
.2
CF .25W 2.7 meg ohm
CF .25W 68K ohm
MF .25W 8.25K ohm
CF .25W 100 ohm
CF .25W 2.7K ohm
MF .25W 2.43K ohm
MF .25W 24.3K ohm
RESISTOR, MF .25W 51.1K ohm
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
TERMINAL, hdr 18 pin
SWITCH, DIP SPST 2posn
IC,Iinear78l5
IC, linear 7915
BE SURE TO PROVIDE MODEL WHEN ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS.
OM.135 583
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SC-093 380-E
FIgure
OM-135 583
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28
8-2. CircuIt Card, Motor
Speed Digital
PC2
Dia.
P~rt
Mkgs.
No.
PC2
C52,61
C53,62
C54
C55,66-75,77
..
.
C56
C57
C60
C63,64
C65
CR50
159
.
.
482
.
.
699
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
739
833
023
643
.
.
.
.
.
.
035 561
.
.
044 602
.
.
031 721
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
549
742
079 844
026 202
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
030 839
.
.
035 827
.
.
.
.
.
.
080 910
081 800
Q50,53
037 200
144240
039 355
051
052
P50
Note 1
052 138
039 332
R52,56,61
R53
R58,62,65,66
71,72,76,90
009
039
031
073
035
005
031
073
007
095 033
091 861
D50-60
D55
1C50
.
FIgure
071 642
A50-53
C50
C51
.
Description
035884
.
.
R59
030 007
.
.
P60,87,88
P63,79
039 335
R64
R70
..
.
.
039 106
039 331
049 015
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
R77
039 328
052 142
R78
039 108
.
.
R80
035 886
.
.
R81 ,84
R85
P86
035 825
030 937
.
.
.
.
.
.
R73,83
030 090
T50
092 648
085 399
VR1
047272
.
.
.
.
.
.
8-2. Circuit Card, Motor
Quantity
Speed Digital PC2
IC, linear 358
CAPACITOR, elcttt lOOuf 35VDC
CAPACITOR, polye film .0022uf 200VDC
CAPACITOR, cer mono .1 uf 5OVDC
CAPACITOR, ploye film .033uf 100VDC
CAPACITOR, tantlm 2.2uf 20V
CAPACITOR, cer disc .01 uf 500VDC
CAPACITOR, polye film .Ol5uf 200V
CAPACITOR, elctlt 1 Out 35V
CAPACITOR, polye MF 4uf 200V
CAPACITOR, polye film .47uf 400VDC
CAPACITOR, polye film .22uf 200VDC
RELAY, end 24VAC 4PDT
SOCKE1~ relay l4skt PC mtg
SPRING, hold down relay
DIODE, rect 1 A 400V SP
DIODE, zener 1 5V 5W
IC, interface 2907
TRANSISTOR, NPN 200MA 40V
THYRISTOR, SCR 16A 600V
TRANSISTOR, UJT 1 5MA 40V
RESISTOR, WW fxd 5W 220 ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 10K ohm
RESISTOR, MF .25W2OKohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 15K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W lOOKohm
POTENTIOMETER, cermet trmr 1511 .75W 50K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 47K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 470 ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 4.7K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W lOmeg ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 1.5K ohm
RESISTOR, MF .25W 121K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 82K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 22K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 1K ohm
RESISTOR, C .5W 10 ohm
RESISTOR, C .5W 47 ohm
RESISTOR, WW fxd zero ohm
TRANSFORMER, pulse
IC,Iinear7BLl2
Note: R51 ,54,55,57,67,68,74,75,82,89
BE SURE TO PROVIDE MODEL WHEN ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS.
4
1
1
2
2
1
12
1
1
I
2
1
1
1
1
10
1
1
2
1
1
1
10
3
1
8
1
3
2
1
1
2
.
.
.
.
.
.
..
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
2
1
15
..
.
1
.
.
1
1
-A
A-09438175
PC3
Relay
Card,
Circuit
8-3.
Figure
0
C.)
C.) -u (a
C.) 0
Dia.
Mkgs.
PC3
A50-53
-Part
Descnption
No.
FIgure
0943620007751
009159
..
8-3. Clrcuft Card,
Quantity
Relay
IC,Iinear358
4
C50,55,70,74
78-80
C52
C53,75,77
C54
C66
C67,76
C68,69,71,73
C72
C81
CR5O,52-56
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
CAPACITOR,
073 739
073714
072 130
005 023
118460
000348
031 677
000340
091 378
Notel
051-63
R56,91,94
R57,84,88
89,111
P58
R59,90,93,110
P60
Note2
Note3
R66
R67,72,92,118
095521
091 861
035 827
035 888
035 825
039332
039331
035 826
072561
039 106
P95-98
039 333
003 272
R106,112
R107
R113
R114
P117
R119
....RC61
....RC62
...RC63
U50
U51
VR5O
039 329
053572
039 337
035 884
082178
039 334
092 648
079793
079 759
079 749
008 970
094 594
083 772
tantlm 2.2uf 20V
1
1
I
2
4
1
1
6
6
6
DIODE, rect 1A 400V SP
DIODE, sig .020A 75V SP
TRANSISTOR, NPN 200MA 40V
POTENTIOMETER, C sltd sft l/T 1W imeg ohm
048 466
052145
3
SOCKEt relay l4skt
SPRING, hold down relay
026 202
028351
037 200
R73
R80
.1 uf 5OVDC
tantlm .22uf 35V
tantlm 1 uf 35V0C
elctlt 330uf 5OVDC
tantlm .47uf 35V
CAPACITOR, tantlm 5.6uf 35VDC
CAPACITOR, cer disc .01 uf 5OVDC
CAPACITOR, tantim 33uf 35V0C
RELAY, end 24VDC 4PDT
079 844
050,53,56,60,
61,64,67,70
cer mono
-.
B
14
13
3
RESISTOR, CF .25W 10K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 2.2K ohm..
RESISTOR, CF .25W 1K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 15K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 4.7K ohm..
RESISTOR, CF .25W 6.8K ohm..
RESISTOR, MF .25W 267K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 470 ohm
RESISTOR, MF .25W 475K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 2.7K ohm..
RESISTOR, CF .25W 18K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 1 meg ohm
RESISTOR, MF .25W 12.1K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 330K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W lOOK ohm
POTENTIOMETER, cermet trmr 25/T .5W 10K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 27K ohm
RESISTOR, WW fxd zero ohm
TERMINAL, hdr 4 pin
TERMINAL, hdr 12 pin
TERMINAL hdr 18 pin
IC, digital 4011
IC, digital 4098
IC, linear 7815
5
1
4
19
14
1
4
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
.1
.1
25
1
.1
.1
.1
.1
.1
Note 1: 052,54,55,58,59,62,63,65,66,68,71,73-75
Note 2: R61 .62,65,68,69,71,75,77-79,83,85,87,100,102,109,116,122,123
Note 3: R63,64,70,74,76,81 ,82,86,99,1 01,108,115,120,121
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Part
No.
117 838
Cl ,2
C3-5
000348..
073739
028 351
108453
089 028
097 763
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030 140
038 584
003 272
081 381
109 161
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.
..
.
..
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.
.
..
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PC4
..
..
.
Dia.
Mkgs.
..
R9,10
..
RC2O
RC21-23
RC24
..
..
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084 194
..
071 248
..
070 026
..
Quantity
8-4. Circuit Card, Meter
CAPACITOR. tantim .47uf 35V
CAPACITOR, cer mono .1uf5OVDC
DIODE, sig .020A 75V SP
2
3
2
3
METER, digital
LED, 5330A1 0 4OMCD red
LED, 5330A1 9 200MCD clear
RESISTOR, C .5W 1.5K ohm
POTENTIOMETER, cermet trmr 15/T .75W 200K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 470K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 1 meg ohm
TERMINAL, hdr 12 pin
TERMINAL, hdr l3skt
TERMINAL, hdr 6 pin
IC, linear 78M05
STAND-OFF, No. 6-32 x .437
4
I
5
3
1
2
1
3
1
2
6
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8-4. CIrcuit Card, Meter PC4
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Dia.
Part
Mkgs.
No.
Description
8.5. CIrcuIt
Quantity
Card, IsolatIon/AmplifIer
PC5
118 550
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A1-3
A4-6
112339
009159
093 697
073 739
053 992
IC, linear 202
IC, linear 358
CAPACITOR, mica 100PF 300VDC
CAPACITOR, cer .luf 5OVDC
CAPACITOR, cer .OOluf 1000V
RESISTOR, CF .25W 20K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 1K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 39K ohm
POTENTIOMETER, cermet 25/1 .5W 25K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 4.7K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 220 ohm
C1,5,9
C2,4,6,8,10,12
C3,7,11
R1,14,27
R2,15,31
R3,16,28
R4,17,29
R5,18,30
R6,19,32
R7,20,33
R8,21,34
R9-12,22,23,25
35-38
R13,26,39
R24
052138
035825
053225
082179
039331
039327
3
3
6
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
RESISTOR, CF .25W 47K ohm
POTENTIOMETER, cermet 25/1 .5W lOOK ohm
039335
052151
035 827
035 823
092 648
099 892
3
..
..
..
..
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RESISTOR,
RESISTOR,
TERMINAL,
3
3
CF .25W 10K ohm
CF .25W 100 ohm
WW fxd zero ohm
hdr 7
11
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552A
PC5
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Dia.
Part
Mkgs.
No.
PC6
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86. CircuIt Card, isolation
IC, linear 289
CAPACITOR, eictlt 100uI35VDC
CAPACITOR, tantim .47uf 35V
CAPACITOR, cer mono .1 uf 5OVDC
DIODE, rect 1A 400V SP
2
RESISTOR, CF .25W 47K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 10K ohm
POTENTIOMETER, cermet trmr 25/T .5W 1K ohm.
RESISTOR, CF .25W 1.5K ohm
POTENTIOMETER, cermet trmr 251T .5W 25K ohm
RESISTOR, C .5W 27 ohm
TERMINAL, hdr 12 pin
IC,Iinear78l5
4
I
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
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8-6. CIrcuit Card, Isolation PC6
BE SURE TO PROVIDE MODEL WHEN ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS.
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Mkqs.
Part
No.
Pci
139 297
Cl
C2
121 684
Dia.
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..
...
...
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..
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118 460
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116918
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035 828
..
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RC1
RC2
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..
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128 945
..
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132 668
..
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R5,6
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..
8-7. CIrcuit
Quantity
Card, Preset
CAPACITOR, elctit 330uf 5OVDC
I
CAPACITOR, polye MF .47u1 bOy
DIODE,rectlA400VSP
HEAT SINK, case
RESISTOR, MF .25W 681 ohm
I
4
I
2
POTENTIOMETER, cermet trmr 25/1 .5W 1K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 220 ohm
RESISTOR, MF .25W 243 ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 2.7K ohm
TERMINAL, hdr 6 pin
TERMINAL, hdr 3 pin
2
..
2
1
1
1
1
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1
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8.7. CIrcuit Card, Preset PC7
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Mk~s.
Part
No.
PC8
135 517
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039 482
000 348
028 291
090 573
122 723
006 794
026 202
.
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092 648
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C3,4
.
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.
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C7,8
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..
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..
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035 885
052 151
039 335
082 934
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082 178
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.
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8-8. CIrcuit Card, Feedback
IC,Iinear3l93
IC, linear 358
CAPACITOR, elctlt lOOuf 35V0C
CAPACITOR, tantim .47uf 35V
CAPACITOR, cer disc .1 uf 500VDC
CAPACITOR, elcttt lOut 50V
CAPACITOR, cer mono .luf 5OVDC
RELAY, reed 12VOC SPST
DIODE, rect 1A 400V SP
RESISTOR, WW fxd zero ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 68K ohm
POTENTIOMETER, cermet trmr 25/1 .5W lOOK ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 47K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 560 ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W lOOK ohm
POTENTIOMETER, cermet trmr 25/T .5W 50K ohm
POTENTIOMETER, cermet trmr 25/1 .5W 10K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 22K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 1K ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 220 ohm
RESISTOR, CF .25W 100 ohm
TERMINAL, hdr 13 pin
I
I
2
...
2
I
2
5
1
7
2
1
1
I
1
1
I
1
2
I
1
2
1
IC, linear 7815
IC, linear 7915
1
1
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7
6
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4
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Card, Feedback PC6
BE SURE TO PROVIDE MODEL WHEN ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS.
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