Chore-Time MV1532A SUPER-Selector™ PT Control User manual
SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control SUPER-Selector PT Control ™ Part No. 40866 and 40866C Installation and Operation Manual CHORE-TIME EQUIPMENT P.O. BOX 2000 - MILFORD, INDIANA 46542-2000 POWER H2 H1 1 SET POINT 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TUNNEL TEMP ALARM HIGH ALARM TEMP DANGER LOW ALARM TEMP ON TIME AUX ST AGE #1 TIMER ON TIME OFF TIME STAGE #1 TIMER OFF TIME CONTROL TEMPERATURES GREEN - NORMAL RED - EDIT SENSOR ST AGES OFFSETS 4 3 READ SENSOR 1 5 H1 8 HEA T A ON 5 9 10 OFF ++ 4 FAILED SENSOR 8 H2 + 3 SET POINT 7 1 0 2 6 2 ON SET TUNNEL CURTAIN HEA T B H1 6 7 OPEN OFF AUTO H1 H2 OFF H2 CLOSE A (2 HP) B (2 HP) ON 4 10 8 ® TUNNEL NO TUN. LOCKED IN TUN. F 7 OUTPUTS ARE ON OFF IN OFF TUNNEL 6 8 5 7 AUX- B ON 2 3 OFF 6 8 7 6 8 ON 3 OFF 1 7 ON OFF 3 ® 1 8 7 ON OFF 3 1 4 5 9 6 8 7 6 N ON 2 OFF 3 4 5 3 10 M 2 2 OFF 5 9 6 4 5 1 3 4 L 2 6 J 10 5 9 7 ON 2 OFF 4 K 2 3 10 5 9 4 5 8 6 I 1 2 OFF 4 (2 HP) 1 3 7 9 ON 1 10 5 9 8 6 3 10 5 H 2 OFF 4 (2 HP) 1 3 7 4 10 2 OFF 3 9 ON 1 10 4 8 8 6 G 2 OFF 3 7 ON 1 2 10 AUX- A 8 6 4 5 9 1 2 OFF 3 10 5 9 ON 1 9 ® 7 4 10 5 9 ON 1 2 OFF 3 E ON 1 2 OFF 3 D ON 1 2 OFF POWER C ON 1 1 2 3 4 5 4 5 Label Part No. January 1998 Page 1 2529-650 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control Support Information The Chore-Time SUPER-Selector PT Control is designed to be used as a tool to manage ventilation in poultry and livestock applications. Using this equipment for any other purpose or in a way not within the operating recommendations specified in this manual will void the warranty and may cause personal injury and/or death. This manual is designed to provide comprehensive, wiring, operation, and parts listing information. The Table of Contents provides a convenient overview of the information in this manual. The Table of Contents also specifies which pages contain information for the sales personal, installer, and customer (end user). (CE-mark serial number) IMPORTANT: CE stands for certified Europe. It is a standard which equipment must meet or exceed in order to be sold in Europe. CE provides a benchmark for safety and manufacturing issues. CE is required only on equipment sold in Europe. Chore-Time Equipment recognizes CE Mark and pursues compliance in all applicable products. Fill in the CE-Mark serial number in the blank space provided for future reference. Include the names and address of your Chore-Time Distributor and installer. Fill in the following information about your system. Keep this manual in a clean, dry place for future reference. Distributor’s Name Distributor’s Address Distributor’s Phone Date of Purchase Installer’s Name Installer’s Address Installer’s Phone Date of Installation System Specifications Table of Contents TOPIC PAGE Safety Information- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mode Definitions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Programming the SUPER-Selector PT - - - - - - - - Setting Stage Temperatures - - - - - - - - - - - - - Assigning Stages to Outputs - - - - - - - - - - - - - Assigning Stages to Mode Changes- - - - - - - - - - Mode Transitions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Unlabeled Master Selector Position- - - - - - - - - - Alarm Output, Powered Inlets - - - - - - - - - - - - Wiring the System - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Internal Wiring Diagrams - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SUPER-Selector PT Control: Part No. 40866 and 40866C - - - - - - - *Legend: C = Customer (end user), D = Distributor (sales), I = Installer Page 2 - - - - - - - - - - 3 3 4 4 6 8 8 9 11 11 15 19 USER* C, D, I C C C C C C C C I I I SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control Safety Information Caution, Warning and Danger Decals have been placed on the equipment to warn of potentially dangerous situations. Care should be taken to keep this information intact and easy to read at all times. Replace missing or damaged safety signs. Using the equipment for purposes other than specified in this manual may cause personal injury or damage to the equipment. Safety–Alert Symbol This is a safety–alert symbol. When you see this symbol on your equipment, be alert to the potential for personal injury. Chore-Time equipment is designed to be installed and operated as safely as possible...however, hazards do exist. Signal Words Signal words are used in conjunction with the safety–alert symbol to identify the severity of the warning. DANGER ......... indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury. WARNING ....... indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, COULD result in death or serious injury. CAUTION ........ indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, MAY result in minor or moderate injury. DANGER WARNING CAUTION DANGER—ELECTRICAL HAZARD Disconnect electrical power before inspecting or servicing equipment unless maintenance instructions specifically state otherwise. Ground all electrical equipment for safety. All electrical wiring must be done by a qualified electrician in accordance with local and national electric codes. Ground all non-current carrying metal parts to guard against electrical shock. With the exception of motor overload protection, electrical disconnects and over current protection are not supplied with the equipment. Mode Definitions Power Ventilation Power ventilation occurs when the tunnel curtain is closed and all ventilation is caused by fans. These fans can be located in the side walls or the end walls. The SUPER-Selector PT will place the house in this mode of operation whenever the temperature drops low enough to turn off the power to Tunnel Stage. Tunnel Ventilation Tunnel ventilation is when the tunnel air inlet curtain is opened while multiple large fans (usually 48" fans) are running at the opposite end from the tunnel air inlet curtain. The air flow, when in tunnel mode, will be from one end of the house to the other and the air velocity helps cool the birds. The SUPER-Selector PT will place the house in this mode of operation when the temperature has risen to the stage that the SUPER-Selector PT is set to go from power to tunnel. The transition to tunnel will occur when the number of fans running prior to the stage selected to go to tunnel ventilation cannot hold the temperature below that stage’s temperature. Page 3 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control Programming the SUPER-Selector PT The SUPER-Selector PT front panel is divided into different areas to clarify the types of programming required. Each of the following must be properly set. 1. Setting stage temperatures, timers, and alarm limits. 2. Assigning the stage at which each output will be activated. 3. Assigning the stage that the control will go from power ventilation mode to tunnel ventilation mode. Setting Stage Temperatures, etc. DISPLAY WINDOW MASTER SELECTOR TEMP ALARM HIGH ALARM TEMP LOW ALARM TEMP ON TIME ON TIME AUX STAGE #1 TIMER OFF TIME STAGE #1 TIMER OFF TIME GREEN - NORMAL RED - EDIT CONTROL SENSOR TEMPERATURE STAGES 3 4 OFFSETS MV1041-2 10/96 2 6 8 H2 H1 0 2 3 SET POINT 7 1 1 READ SENSOR 5 9 10 4 FAILED SENSOR Reset Backups Whenever Set Point Is Changed STAGE SETTING 5 8 7 6 SET EDIT SWITCH SENSOR SELECTOR The master selector determines what information is to appear in the display window. The edit switch is used to change that setting. When the master selector is pointing toward the stage setting switch or the sensor selector switch, those switches determine what is shown in the display. Stage #1 Timer All outputs (except AUX-A and AUX-B) will time ON and OFF with the STAGE #1 timer if the output knob is pointing towards 1. Above STAGE #1 the output will be on steady as with a thermostat override. The ON and OFF timers are in seconds and can be adjusted from 0 to 2000. The appropriate amount of time to program depends on bird age, litter condition, and the number of fans assigned to stage 1 Aux Stage #1 Timer The AUX STAGE #1 TIMER applies to the AUX A and AUX B outputs. If an AUX A or AUX B output is set on 1, it will turn on and off per the AUX STAGE #1 TIMER settings when the temperature is below stage #1, and on constantly for temperatures at or above stage #1. Outputs I and J are also affected by the AUX STAGE #1 TIMER in a different manner intended for running cooling pads or foggers through a timer. For instance, if Output I were set on 7, it would be off below stage #7 and ON and OFF per the AUX STAGE #1 TIMER at or above STAGE #7. The AUX STAGE #1 TIMER ON and OFF time can be set between 0 and 2000 seconds. If Output I and/or Output J are not to be timed, set the AUX TIMER OFF TIME to 0 with the on time set to any number other than 0. Page 4 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control CAUTION The Control Sensor must be located in the bird or animal area being controlled. Control Sensor The Control Sensor reads the temperature and determines which stage the control is in. When the master selector is pointed toward CONTROL SENSOR, the display window will reflect which sensor is serving as the Control Sensor (any of the sensors may be chosen as the CONTROL SENSOR). Use the edit switch to choose which sensor is to be the Control Sensor. One to eight sensors may be installed. Refer to the section titled "Telling the Control the Number of Sensors Installed" on page 9. The positions used on the terminal strip must be in numerical order (i.e. 1, 2, 3, not 1, 3, 6, etc.). Room Temp When the master selector switch points toward READ SENSOR, the display will show the temperature reading of the sensor chosen. The reading cannot be edited by the edit switch. It is a reading of the temperature at that sensor and is not subject to being edited. Whenever any of the sensors fail, the alarm relay will be energized and the FAILED SENSOR light will flash. Use the sensor selector knob to determine which sensor has failed. If the CONTROL SENSOR fails, the control will lock itself into the stage and mode it is in at the moment the sensor failure occurs. For instance, if the control is at set temp and in power ventilation with the exhaust fans cycling on and off, and the CONTROL SENSOR fails, the control will continue operating in that mode. Replacing the sensor, or simply changing the CONTROL SENSOR to a good sensor position will return the control to automatic operation. Set Point The set point (desired temp) is edited when the master selector is pointing at the SET POINT position. The set point can be set from 0.0 to 200.0 Stages: Temperatures & Offsets When the master selector switch is pointed toward OFFSETS the edit switch will set the temperature difference between the previous stage and the stage that is selected. For instance, if the offset for stage 1 = 2.0, the offset for stage 2 = 3.0, and the offset for stage 3 = 4.0, then the STAGE 3 absolute temperature will be Set Temp + 2.0 + 3.0 + 4.0. Changing a temperature difference will affect the absolute temperature of that stage and all stages above that stage. It will not affect the absolute temperature of any stages below that stage. Heat Stage 1 and Heat Stage 2 behave in a similar manner except that they are heat stages and are below the set temperature instead of above. The heat stages turn on at the stage’s temperature when the temperature is falling and then off when the temperature raises .3° from it’s turned on temperature. The cool stages (stages 1 through 10) turn on at the stages temperature when the temperature is rising and turn off at the previous stages temperature when the temperature is falling. Pointing the master selector switch to TEMPERATURES causes the display to indicate Page 5 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control the absolute temperature of the stage selected by the stage setting knob. These absolute temperatures cannot be edited. The intent of this feature is to aid the user in determining the absolute temperature of each stage. To change the absolute temperatures of the stages, it is necessary to change the temperature offsets between stages. The stage offsets can be set from 0.0 to 200.0 degrees. High and Low Alarm Temp The ALARM relay will be energized if temperatures exceed the HIGH ALARM TEMP or drops below the LOW ALARM TEMP or any sensor fails. In addition, both heat outputs will be turned on whenever the temperature goes below the low alarm temperature (unless that heat output is turned off). This happens regardless of whether the control is in power or tunnel. If the high or low alarm is activated, the Temperature Alarm Light will flash. Power, and Tunnel Mode Outputs There are two relays that are energized to indicate which mode the control is in. Obviously, only one of these relays can be energized at a time since the control can only be in one mode at a time (power, or tunnel). These relays can be used to create special functions. If it is desired to have the tunnel curtain’s opening governed by static pressure while in tunnel mode, the tunnel output mode relay exists which is energized whenever the control is in the tunnel mode. This relay can be used to power a static pressure controller that would control the tunnel curtain power units. If there are powered inlets for power ventilation which are controlled by a static pressure controller, that same static pressure controller can be used for the tunnel curtain power unit by adding an external relay to transfer the outputs of the static pressure controller to the tunnel curtain power unit when in tunnel mode. Assigning Stages to Outputs A ON B (2 HP) 1 ON 10 4 9 9 F ON 1 1 2 6 8 10 4 9 5 6 1 2 10 6 8 9 5 6 5 8 9 5 6 10 6 9 5 6 2 OFF 4 7 1 2 3 8 7 J ON OFF 4 7 1 2 3 8 4 9 I 10 6 7 3 10 5 ON OFF 4 7 4 9 2 OFF 3 H 3 8 7 1 2 10 5 ON OFF 3 7 4 9 E ON OFF 3 G ON OFF 8 7 1 2 10 5 8 D ON OFF 3 4 6 1 2 10 5 7 ON OFF 3 8 1 2 OFF C (2 HP) 3 10 4 9 5 8 7 6 MV1041-18 3/95 HEAT A, HEAT B, Outputs A through N, AUX A, and AUX B must be assigned to a stage if the output is used. Also each of these outputs may be manually turned on or off with its switch by using the on or off position. Page 6 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control Heat A and Heat B There are 2 heat stages, H1 and H2. If both brooders and space heaters were used, a good approach would be to attach the brooders to the HEAT A output and set its stage to H1 and the space heaters to HEAT B with its stage H2. This would allow changing the primary heat from brooders to space heaters by merely changing HEAT A to stage H2 and HEAT B to H1. Outputs A thru H These outputs are allowed to operate during both power and tunnel mode of operation. These outputs are mainly intended for tunnel fans and would be normally set at or above the stage that the control is set to go from power to tunnel ventilation. These outputs may also be used to control a fan for both power and tunnel mode if the output’s stage is set to be lower than the stage set to go from power to tunnel mode. Outputs I and J Outputs I and J are the same as outputs A thru H except that they are routed through the AUX TIMER. This feature is intended for foggers or cooling pads where it is desired to run them with a timer above the stage temperature. If timing of these outputs is not desired, program the OFF TIME of the AUX TIMER to 0. Program the ON TIME to be anything other than 0. Outputs K thru N K ON 1 L ON 2 OFF M ON 1 OFF 3 1 2 2 OFF 3 4 N ON 5 3 4 5 OUTPUTS ARE OFF IN TUNNEL 2 OFF 3 4 1 4 5 5 MV1532-10 12/97 Outputs K through N are intended for exhaust fans. They are turned off during tunnel operation. Aux A and B Aux A and B have two output relays with each switch and are intended for controlling center or circulating fans. The Stage #1 Timer is intended to be the minimum ventilation timer for the exhaust fans while the Aux Stage #1 Timer is for the circulating fans with quite different considerations. Like the Stage #1 Timer, the Aux Stage #1 Timer is attached to the Stage #1 only. Aux A and B are off in the tunnel mode similar to Outputs K through N. ® OUTPUTS ARE ON OFF IN OFF TUNNEL AUX- A AUX- B (2 HP) 1 2 ON (2 HP) 1 2 OFF 3 ® MV1532-11 1/98 Page 7 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control Assigning Stages to Mode Changes On the left of the control panel is a switch which sets the stage that the control goes from power to tunnel mode. Using this switch, it is possible to force the control to stay in power mode (no tunnel), or force the control into tunnel mode (locked in tunnel). If locked in tunnel, the minimum number of fans allowed to run when in tunnel must be locked on. (switches set in the on position). The (2) lights in the upper right corner of the control indicate the mode the control is in. POWER NO TUN. TUNNEL LOCKED IN TUN. 1 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 6 5 MV1532-1 12/97 Mode Transitions Power to Tunnel It is important that the sensor chosen to be the control sensor is located in a position where the temperature does not decrease very much during the process of converting from the power mode to the tunnel ventilation mode. In general, the temperature will fall the most at the tunnel inlet curtain end of the house during this transition and fall the least, if at all, at the tunnel fan end of the house. There needs to be at least four (preferably five) 48" fans running prior to going to Tunnel Mode. Tunnel to Power The transition from tunnel to power occurs at the stage temperature directly below the stage temperature set to go from power to tunnel. Page 8 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control Unlabeled Master Selector Position DISPLAY WINDOW MASTER SELECTOR TEMP ALARM HIGH ALARM TEMP LOW ALARM TEMP ON TIME ON TIME AUX STAGE #1 TIMER OFF TIME STAGE #1 TIMER OFF TIME GREEN - NORMAL RED - EDIT CONTROL SENSOR TEMPERATURE STAGES 3 4 OFFSETS MV1041-15 10/96 2 6 8 H2 H1 9 10 0 2 3 SET POINT 7 1 1 READ SENSOR 5 4 FAILED SENSOR Reset Backups Whenever Set Point Is Changed STAGE SETTING 5 8 7 6 SET EDIT SWITCH SENSOR SELECTOR The unlabeled position (see the figure above) performs the following special setup functions. 1. Telling the Control the number of sensors installed. 2. Calibrating the Sensors. Do not attempt to perform these functions until you fully understand these procedures. Telling the Control the number of sensors installed. 1. Set the master selector switch to the unlabeled position. The display window will show (- - - -) do not attempt to edit the display while (- - - -) is displayed. Set the HEAT A switch one position left of ON. The display window will now show 1 for a 40866 control and 0 for a 40866C control. 2. Use the Edit Switch to change the display to any number from 64 to 127. 3. The display window will then change to the number "3". This represents the factory setting of 3 sensors. This number may be increased up to 8 using the edit switch. When the desired number of sensors is displayed, turn the edit switch to the vertical "0" position. 4. The control has just been programmed for the number of sensors to be used. To exit this function, turn the master selector switch to any setting outside the unlabeled position and return the HEAT A switch to its appropriate setting. Page 9 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control Calibrating the Sensors Note: This procedure is not normally required. In order to calibrate a sensor, it will be necessary to attach an accurate calibration thermometer directly to that sensor for several minutes. Use the same calibration thermometer for each sensor calibrated. From the factory the sensors should be accurate within ± 1.5 degrees F. (± .8 degrees C.). 1. Set the master selector switch to the unlabeled position. The display window will show (- - - -) do not attempt to edit the display while (- - - -) is displayed. Set the HEAT A switch one position left of ON. The display window will now show 1 for a 40866 control and 0 for a 40866C control. 2. Use the Edit Switch to change the display to any number from 128 to 255. 3. The display window will now show the temperature being read by the sensor selected by the sensor selector. 4. Use the edit switch to change the reading to be the temperature shown by the calibration thermometer. The selected sensor has just been calibrated. 5. Turn the sensor selector to the next sensor to be calibrated and move the calibration thermometer to the next sensor to be calibrated. Perform steps 4 on this sensor. 6. Perform steps 4 & 5 on each of the remaining sensors to be calibrated. 7. To exit this function, turn the master selector switch to any setting outside the unlabeled position and return the HEAT A switch back to its appropriate position. All the sensors can be calibrated at once prior to installation by placing them all in a bucket of water along with an accurate calibration thermometer. The water must be stirred as you perform the calibration. Failure to do this might actually degrade the accuracy. Page 10 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control Alarm Output The alarm output relay is energized whenever the control sensor reads higher than the high alarm setting, lower than the low alarm setting, or any of the installed sensors fail. If the CONTROL SENSOR fails, the control also locks itself into the stage that the control was in at the moment of failure and continues to operate in that stage and mode. Powered Inlets Chore-Time recommends using a separate, independent, static pressure monitor controlled, power inlet system as part of the total ventilation system to most fully realize the benefits of staging fans while in power ventilation mode. Wiring the System Chore-Time recommends limiting the load for each relay to 1 H.P. This is to help insure years of trouble-free operation from your control. There are enough relays that no external contactors are required. Because of the concentration of wires into one box, it is recommend that the wire entry into the box be through conduits(s) as opposed to romex connectors. A ground lug is provided in the lower center of the box and must be used. It is a very important part of the lightning protection. All outputs on the terminal strips are from SPST relays. Each input is connected to the common terminal of the SPST Relay and the output is the normally open terminal of that same relay. Page 11 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control Backup Considerations While there are differing backup devices and philosophies, there is one indisputable fact. This control is made from mechanical and electrical devices that have a finite lifetime. The question is not "if", but rather "when", will this control stop functioning correctly. If inadequate measures are taken to deal with this fact, poultry and livestock may die as a result. IT IS ABSOLUTELY MANDATORY THAT A REASONABLE LEVEL OF SAFETY DEVICES AND ALARMS BE INSTALLED. The alarm output of the SUPER-Selector PT can be a part of these, but should never be considered as the total backup system. Obviously, if the SUPER-Selector PT alarm output is not functional, it would be unable to send an appropriate signal to an alarm or other backup device(s). The only possible useful output of a non-functioning SUPER-Selector PT is the fused 230V pair of terminals. A blown fuse caused by a nearby lightning strike will remove the presence of 230 volts from these two terminals even though power is still available at the input to the control. A device must be connected to these two terminals that is designed to detect the absence of 230VAC, and take appropriate action. On a regular basis, all backup devices should be exercised and tested. Backup Wiring The two figures (below and on page 13) reflect possible ways of implementing backup thermostats. Case #1 One thermostat per output backed up is used in this application. Page 12 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control Case #2 To back up more than one output with a single thermostat, it is necessary to add a relay contact for each output backed up and drive the relay coil(s) from a single thermostat. The figure below reflects a control with two outputs backed up by one thermostat and one DPST added relay. Page 13 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control Output Relay Layout IN A1 OUT A1 IN A2 OUT A2 IN L1 B1 FUSED 230V OUT L2 B1 IN B2 IN K OUT IN CONTROL INPUT POWER 230V 50/60 HZ L1 OUT K B2 L2 C IN L OUT OUT IN D L C IN TUNNEL CURTAIN OPEN M OUT IN OUT TUNNEL CURTAIN OPEN OUT IN E D M IN N TUNNEL CURTAIN CLOSE OUT OUT OUT IN F IN E OUT AUX A1 IN ALARM IN POWER MODE IN AUX A2 AUX B1 OUT IN IN OUT IN G TUNNEL MODE TUNNEL MODE OUT IN I AUX B2 OUT POWER MODE OUT IN TUNNEL CURTAIN CLOSE OUT AUX A2 OUT OUT ALARM OUT F H N AUX A1 IN G IN H AUX B1 OUT IN IN J HEAT A OUT AUX B2 OUT I IN SENSOR #6 HEAT B SENSOR #2 HEAT A OUT J SENSOR #5 SENSOR #4 SENSOR #1 2526-358 HEAT B 2526-356 SENSOR #3 2526-357 MV1532-4 12/97 Page 14 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control SUPER-Selector PT Internal Wiring Diagram (sheet 1 of 4) 6-4 7-5 6-1 7-2 IN A1 OUT IN IN A2 K OUT OUT IN B1 IN L1 OUT L2 L FUSED 230V OUT IN IN B2 M OUT IN C OUT L1 IN L2 CONTROL INPUT POWER 230V 50/60 HZ N OUT 4-8 OUT IN IN D IN AUX A1 4-9 OUT OUT OUT IN IN 4-7 E IN AUX A2 OUT OUT 4-9 IN F OUT IN IN OUT OUT AUX B1 OUT TUNNEL CURTAIN OPEN TUNNEL CURTAIN CLOSE ALARM 4-6 IN IN IN AUX G POWER MODE B2 OUT 4-9 OUT OUT IN IN H IN HEAT A 4-5 TUNNEL MODE OUT OUT OUT IN IN HEAT 4-9 I B OUT OUT 8-15 4-4 IN SENSOR #4 J 8-6 OUT 8-13 4-9 8-16 8-17 SENSOR SENSOR SENSOR #3 #2 #6 8-4 8-8 4-3 8-5 2526-357 8-14 8-18 SENSOR #1 SENSOR #5 4-9 2526-358 2526-356 8-3 8-7 4-1 4-9 4-2 4-9 8-12 8-11 8-10 8-9 #4 IF 7 OR 8 SENSORS ARE USED, THESE WIRES ARE WHERE THE SENSORS WOULD NEED TO BE ATTACHED WITH WIRE NUTS. 8-9 & 8-12 ARE FOR SENSOR #7. 8-10 & 8-11 ARE FOR SENSOR #8. 11 9 12 8 13 7 14 6 15 5 16 4 17 3 18 2 19 1 20 CONNECTOR #8 #7 NOTE: 10 #6 MV1532-5 12/97 LID GROUND POINT 7-1 Page 15 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control SUPER-Selector PT Internal Wiring Diagram (sheet 2 of 4) IN L1 A1 FUSED 230V OUT L2 IN IN A2 K OUT OUT TUNNEL CURTAIN B1 L1 CONTROL INPUT L2 230V 50/60 HZ OPEN IN IN POWER L OUT OUT IN IN B2 M TUNNEL CURTAIN CLOSE OUT OUT IN TUNNEL OUT CURTAIN OPEN IN IN C N IN OUT TUNNEL OUT OUT CURTAIN CLOSE IN IN D AUX ALARM IN A1 OUT ALARM OUT OUT IN IN AUX A2 E IN OUT POWER MODE OUT POWER MODE OUT IN IN F AUX B1 IN OUT TUNNEL MODE OUT OUT IN AUX IN B2 G TUNNEL OUT MODE OUT IN HEAT IN A H OUT OUT IN HEAT IN B I OUT SENSOR #2 OUT SENSOR IN #4 J SENSOR #1 OUT 2526-356 SENSOR #3 SENSOR #6 2526-357 SENSOR #5 2526-358 MV1532-6 12/97 Page 16 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control SUPER-Selector PT Internal Wiring Diagram (sheet 3 of 4) L1 FUSED 230V L2 L1 CONTROL INPUT POWER 230V L2 50/60 HZ IN TUNNEL CURTAIN OUT OPEN IN TUNNEL CURTAIN OUT CLOSE IN ALARM OUT IN POWER MODE OUT IN TUNNEL MODE OUT SENSOR #2 SENSOR #1 2526-356 MV1532-12 1/98 Page 17 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control SUPER-Selector PT Internal Wiring Diagram (sheet 4 of 4) 2-7 2-9 2-7 IN A1 3-1 2-9 3-9 OUT IN 2-8 A2 IN 3-2 K OUT OUT 2-9 IN 3-9 IN B1 L OUT OUT 2-8 3-3 IN IN B2 OUT 2-9 M OUT 3-9 IN C L1 FUSED IN 230V N OUT D OUT L2 3-4 OUT IN IN AUX A1 L1 3-9 OUT L2 IN IN 1-9 2-5 OUT OUT 2-9 IN F IN IN AUX B1 OUT OUT IN TUNNEL CURTAIN OPEN OUT 2-5 G CONTROL INPUT POWER 230V 50/60 HZ 1-8 AUX A2 E 1-9 IN AUX B2 1-7 IN TUNNEL OUT 2-9 CURTAIN CLOSE OUT OUT IN IN H ALARM IN HEAT A OUT 2-6 OUT OUT 1-9 IN I 1-2 IN 2-9 IN POWER MODE HEAT B OUT OUT OUT 2-1 IN J TUNNEL MODE OUT OUT SENSOR IN 2-6 SENSOR #4 2-9 2-9 SENSOR #3 #6 3-5 2526-357 1-9 SENSOR #5 1-1 3-9 2526-358 3-7 SENSOR #2 SENSOR 3-9 #1 2526-356 MV1532-8 12/97 Page 18 SUPER-Selector‘ PT Control SUPER-Selector PT Control Part No. 40866 and 40866C 5 12 6 6A 14 C9346 7 8 DP-241-6-12 SIGNAL TRANSFORMER 9 10 10 500 BAYVIEW AVE.. INWOOD, N.Y. 11696 U.S.A. 9 SIGNAL TRANSFORMER 8 DP-241-6-12 7 C9346 PT CHORE-TIME EQUIPMENT 500 BAYVIEW AVE.. INWOOD, N.Y. 11696 U.S.A. SUPER-Selector 6 6 19 20 Part No. 40866 P.O. BOX 2000 - MILFORD, INDIANA 46542-2000 POWER H2 H1 1 SET POINT 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TUNNEL TEMP ALARM HIGH ALARM TEMP DANGER LOW ALARM TEMP ON TIME AUX STAGE #1 TIMER ON TIME OFF TIME STAGE #1 TIMER OFF TIME TEMPERATURES CONTROL ELECTROCUTION HAZARD! GREEN - NORMAL RED - EDIT SENSOR OFFSETS 4 3 READ SENSOR 1 5 0 2 6 2 1 OFF ON 6 7 SET TUNNEL CURTAIN HEA T B H1 10 5 8 HEA T A ON 4 FAILED SENSOR 9 10 ++ SET POINT 7 H1 + 3 8 H2 8 Do not open this control box until electrical power is disconnected at circuit breakers. ST AGES OPEN OFF AUTO H1 H2 OFF H2 CLOSE A (2 HP) B (2 HP) ON 3 8 7 6 OFF 1 8 5 3 OFF 1 4 8 7 1 3 OFF 1 4 6 7 4 6 OFF 3 ® 4 5 7 OFF 1 4 6 5 8 7 6 13 N ON 2 1 OUTPUTS ARE OFF IN TUNNEL 2 OFF 3 4 5 3 9 M 3 2 2 10 5 8 ON 2 6 OFF 3 9 L 1 7 1 2 10 5 8 ON 2 8 J OFF 3 9 K ON 2 5 9 6 ON 2 10 5 7 4 I OFF 3 9 (2 HP) 1 8 3 10 5 9 6 ON 2 10 6 7 AUX- B ON 2 1 4 5 9 7 2 OFF 4 H OFF 3 10 AUX- A (2 HP) ON 8 3 10 5 9 6 ON 2 OFF 3 4 8 7 G ON 1 2 10 9 OUTPUTS ARE OFF IN TUNNEL 8 ON 1 2 OFF 4 10 5 9 6 7 F 3 9 ON 1 2 OFF 4 10 5 9 POWER 3 E ON 1 2 OFF 4 D ON 1 2 10 LOCKED NO IN TUN. TUN. 1 C ON 1 OFF 3 4 25 4 5 5 Label Part No. 2529-650 MV1532-3 1/98 7 VIEW: UPPER LEFT SIDE OF CONTROL 18 21 4 17 16 15 Item Description 1 Part No. 1 2 3 4 Control Box 34930 Bottom Plate 35448 Front Plate 33922 Extruded Wear Strip 36512-1 Extruded Wear Strip (4’) 36512-2 5 Relay Bracket 35446-1 6 Relay Bracket 35446-2 6A Relay Bracket 35446-3 7 Bottom (short) Bridge 33924 8 Bottom (long) Bridge 33927 9 Terminal Strip 34925 10 Terminal Strip 34925-4 11 Circuit Board (40866) 34928PT Circuit Board (40866C) 34928PTC 12 Transformer 34743 13 P&B SPST 12V Relay 35444 14 MOV 14063-1 15 Slow Blow Fuse 20472 16 Fuse Holder 24431 17 PC Board Cover 34854 18 Knob 35877 19 Corner Bracket 29013-3 20 Sheet Edge Insert 29878 21 Copper Lug 28822 Not Shown Thermistor Probe Assembly 29968 11 3 Page 19 Contact your nearby Chore-Time distributor or representative for additional parts and information. Chore-Time Equipment, A Division of CTB, Inc. P.O. Box 2000, Milford, Indiana 46542-2000 U.S.A. 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