Serv. Man. LN-9408-06.3

Serv. Man. LN-9408-06.3
Ransburg
SERVICE MANUAL
LN-9408-06.3
(Replaces LN-9408-06.2)
April - 2013
RCS-2 PARTS, MAINTENANCE AND
TROUBLESHOOTING
MODELS:
A10549 Control Console
A10776 Motor Amplifier Panel A10948 Fluid Panel
A11095 Remote Operator's Panel
IMPORTANT: Before using this equipment,
carefully read SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, starting
on page 1, and all instructions in this manual.
Keep this Service Manual for future reference.
Service Manual Price: $50.00 (U.S.)
Ransburg
RCS-2 Parts, Maintenance, Troubleshooting
NOTE: This service manual has been superceded from service manual number LN-9408-06.2 to service manual number LN-9408-06.3. Reasons for this change are noted under “Manual Change Summary” inside the back cover of this manual.
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RCS-2 Parts, Maintenance, Troubleshooting - Contents
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CONTENTS
SAFETY:
PAGE
1-5
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.......................................................................................................... 1
HAZARDS / SAFEGUARDS...................................................................................................... 2-5
MAINTENANCE:
6-19
ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANELS........................................................................................... 6-7
GEAR PUMPS............................................................................................................................ 7-9
RESIN (FLUSHABLE) PUMP ASSEMBLY / PARTS LIST........................................................ 10
ASSEMBLY 22-337 PUMP BYPASS........................................................................................ 11-12
CATALYST (NON-FLUSHABLE) PUMP ASSEMBLY / PARTS LIST...................................... 14-16
PUMP BYPASS VALVE ASSEMBLY / PARTS LIST................................................................. 18-19
PARTS IDENTIFICATION:
20-47
MAIN CONTROL CONSOLE / PARTS LIST............................................................................. 20-21
RACK ASSEMBLY / PARTS LIST.............................................................................................. 22
MOTOR AMPLIFIER PANEL / PARTS LIST.............................................................................. 24-27
MOTOR AMPLIFIER PANEL MODEL IDENTIFICATION......................................................... 28
REMOTE OPERATOR'S PANEL / PARTS LIST....................................................................... 30-31
REMOTE OPERATOR'S PANEL MODEL IDENTIFICATION.................................................. 31
FLUID PANEL ASSEMBLY / PARTS LIST................................................................................ 32-34
FLUID PANEL ASSEMBLY MODEL IDENTIFICATION............................................................ 35-36
NON-FLUSHABLE PUMP / MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY / PARTS LIST...................................... 38-39
FLUSHABLE PUMP / MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY / PARTS LIST................................................. 40-41
DUAL- HEADED PUMP ASSEMBLY / PARTS LIST................................................................. 42-44
77671-00 5-WAY BALL VALVE ASSEMBLY / PARTS LIST..................................................... 46-47
TROUBLESHOOTING:
48-58
BLOCK DIAGRAMS.................................................................................................................... 48
RIBBON CABLE INTERCONNECT CHARTS.......................................................................... 48
UMBILICAL CORD SIGNALS..................................................................................................... 48
CONTROL CONSOLE BLOCK DIAGRAM............................................................................... 49
MOTOR AMPLIFIER BLOCK DIAGRAM................................................................................... 50
FLUID PANEL BLOCK DIAGRAM............................................................................................. 51
CHANNEL BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM..................................................................................... 52
INTERFACE BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM.................................................................................. 53
INTERCONNECT CHART FOR CHANNELS 1, 3, 5, AND 7................................................... 54
INTERCONNECT CHART FOR CHANNELS 2, 4, 6, AND 8................................................... 55
INTERCONNECT CHART FOR SYSTEM I/O SIGNALS......................................................... 56
ODD NUMBERED CHANNEL UMBILICAL CORD SIGNALS.................................................. 57
EVEN NUMBERED CHANNEL UMBILICAL CORD SIGNALS................................................ 58
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CONTENTS (Continued)
PAGE
WARRANTY POLICIES:
60
LIMITED WARRANTY................................................................................................................. 60
APPENDIX:
61-93
APPENDIX A: UPDATING THE FIRMWARE AND
SOFTWARE ON THE RCS-2..................................................................................................... 61-66
APPENDIX B: ERROR LOG CHART....................................................................................... 67-69
APPENDIX C: MOTOR AMPLIFIER LED DISPLAY
FAULT CODES (PART 1 AND 2)............................................................................................... 70-73
APPENDIX D: CALIBRATING THE PRESSURE
TRANSDUCERS (PART 1 AND 2)............................................................................................ 74-75
APPENDIX E: RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS .................................................................. 76-79
APPENDIX F: SYSTEM LAYOUT............................................................................................. 80
APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS................................................................................................... 81-94
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SAFETY
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Before operating, maintaining or servicing any
Ransburg electrostatic coating system, read and
understand all of the technical and safety literature for your Ransburg products. This manual
contains information that is important for you to
know and understand. This information relates to
USER SAFETY and PREVENTING EQUIPMENT
PROBLEMS. To help you recognize this information, we use the following symbols. Please pay
particular attention to these sections.
A WARNING! states information to alert you
to a situation that might cause serious injury
if instructions are not followed.
A CAUTION! states information that tells how
to prevent damage to equipment or how to
avoid a situation that might cause minor injury.
A NOTE is information relevant to the procedure in progress.
While this manual lists standard specifications
and service procedures, some minor deviations
may be found between this literature and your
equipment. Differences in local codes and plant
requirements, material delivery requirements,
etc., make such variations inevitable. Compare
this manual with your system installation drawings and appropriate Ransburg equipment manuals to reconcile such differences.
!
WARNING
†† The user MUST read and be familiar with the
Safety Section in this manual and the Ransburg
safety literature therein identified.
†† This manual MUST be read and thoroughly
understood by ALL personnel who operate, clean
or maintain this equipment! Special care should
be taken to ensure that the WARNINGS and
safety requirements for operating and servicing
the equipment are followed. The user should be
aware of and adhere to ALL local building and fire
codes and ordinances as well as NFPA-33 SAFETY
STANDARD, LATEST EDITION, prior to installing,
operating, and/or servicing this equipment.
!
WARNING
†† The hazards shown on the following pages
may occur during the normal use of this equipment. Please read the hazard chart beginning on
page 2.
Careful study and continued use of this manual will
provide a better understanding of the equipment
and process, resulting in more efficient operation,
longer trouble-free service and faster, easier
troubleshooting. If you do not have the manuals
and safety literature for your Ransburg system,
contact your local Ransburg representative or
Ransburg.
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AREA
HAZARD
Spray Area
Fire Hazard
Tells where hazards
may occur.
Tells what the hazard is.
Improper or inadequate
operation and maintenance
procedures will cause a fire
hazard.
Protection against inadvertent arcing that is capable of
causing fire or explosion is
lost if any safety interlocks
are disabled during operation. Frequent Power Supply
or Controller shutdown indicates a problem in the system
requiring correction.
SAFEGUARDS
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
Fire extinguishing equipment must be present in
the spray area and tested periodically.
Spray areas must be kept clean to prevent the
accumulation of combustible residues.
Smoking must never be allowed in the spray
area.
The high voltage supplied to the atomizer must
be turned off prior to cleaning, flushing or maintenance.
When using solvents for cleaning:
•• Those used for equipment flushing should
have flash points equal to or higher than
those of the coating material.
•• Those used for general cleaning must have
flash points above 100°F (37.8°C).
Spray booth ventilation must be kept at the rates
required by NFPA-33, OSHA, country, and local
codes. In addition, ventilation must be maintained during cleaning operations using flammable or combustible solvents.
Electrostatic arcing must be prevented. Safe
sparking distance must be maintained between
the parts being coated and the applicator. A distance of 1 inch for every 10KV of output voltage
is required at all times.
Test only in areas free of combustible material.
Testing may require high voltage to be on, but
only as instructed.
Non-factory replacement parts or unauthorized equipment modifications may cause fire or
injury.
If used, the key switch bypass is intended for
use only during setup operations. Production
should never be done with safety interlocks disabled.
Never use equipment intended for use in waterborne installations to spray solvent based materials.
The paint process and equipment should be
set up and operated in accordance with NFPA33, NEC, OSHA, local, country, and European
Health and Safety Norms.
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AREA
Tells where hazards
may occur.
Spray Area
HAZARD
Tells what the hazard is.
Ransburg
SAFEGUARDS
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
Explosion Hazard
Improper or inadequate operation and maintenance procedures will cause a fire hazard.
Protection against inadvertent
arcing that is capable of causing fire or explosion is lost if
any safety interlocks are disabled during operation.
Frequent Power Supply or
Controller shutdown indicates
a problem in the system requiring correction.
Electrostatic arcing must be prevented. Safe
sparking distance must be maintained between
the parts being coated and the applicator. A distance of 1 inch for every 10KV of output voltage
is required at all times.
Unless specifically approved for use in hazardous locations, all electrical equipment must be
located outside Class I or II, Division 1 or 2
hazardous areas, in accordance with NFPA-33.
Test only in areas free of flammable or combustible materials.
The current overload sensitivity (if equipped)
MUST be set as described in the corresponding section of the equipment manual. Protection against inadvertent arcing that is capable
of causing fire or explosion is lost if the current
overload sensitivity is not properly set. Frequent power supply shutdown indicates a problem in the system which requires correction.
Always turn the control panel power off prior to
flushing, cleaning, or working on spray system
equipment.
Before turning high voltage on, make sure no
objects are within the safe sparking distance.
Ensure that the control panel is interlocked with
the ventilation system and conveyor in accordance with NFPA-33, EN 50176.
Have fire extinguishing equipment readily available and tested periodically.
General Use and
Maintenance
Improper operation or maintenance may create a hazard.
Personnel must be given training in accordance
with the requirements of NFPA-33, EN 60079-0.
Personnel must be properly
trained in the use of this equipment.
Instructions and safety precautions must be
read and understood prior to using this equipment.
Comply with appropriate local, state, and national codes governing ventilation, fire protection, operation maintenance, and housekeeping. Reference OSHA, NFPA-33, EN Norms
and your insurance company requirements.
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AREA
Tells where hazards
may occur.
Spray Area /
High Voltage
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HAZARD
Tells what the hazard is.
SAFEGUARDS
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
Electrical Discharge
There is a high voltage device
that can induce an electrical
charge on ungrounded objects
which is capable of igniting
coating materials.
Inadequate grounding will
cause a spark hazard. A
spark can ignite many coating
materials and cause a fire or
explosion.
Parts being sprayed and operators in the spray
area must be properly grounded.
Parts being sprayed must be supported on conveyors or hangers that are properly grounded. The resistance between the part and earth
ground must not exceed 1 meg ohm. (Refer to
NFPA-33.)
Operators must be grounded. Rubber soled insulating shoes should not be worn. Grounding
straps on wrists or legs may be used to assure
adequate ground contact.
Operators must not be wearing or carrying any
ungrounded metal objects.
When using an electrostatic handgun, operators
must assure contact with the handle of the applicator via conductive gloves or gloves with the
palm section cut out.
NOTE: REFER TO NFPA-33 OR SPECIFIC
COUNTRY SAFETY CODES REGARDING
PROPER OPERATOR GROUNDING.
All electrically conductive objects in the spray
area, with the exception of those objects required by the process to be at high voltage, must
be grounded. Grounded conductive flooring
must be provided in the spray area.
Always turn off the power supply prior to flushing, cleaning, or working on spray system equipment.
Unless specifically approved for use in hazardous locations, all electrical equipment must be
located outside Class I or II, Division 1 or 2 hazardous areas, in accordance with NFPA-33.
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AREA
Tells where hazards
may occur.
Electrical
Equipment
HAZARD
Tells what the hazard is.
SAFEGUARDS
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
Electrical Discharge
An electrical arc can ignite coating materials and cause a fire or
explosion.
Unless specifically approved for use in hazardous locations, the power supply, control cabinet,
and all other electrical equipment must be located outside Class I or II, Division 1 and 2 hazardous areas in accordance with NFPA-33 and EN
50176.
Turn the power supply OFF before working on
the equipment.
Test only in areas free of flammable or combustible material.
Testing may require high voltage to be on, but
only as instructed.
Production should never be done with the safety
circuits disabled.
Before turning the high voltage on, make sure no
objects are within the sparking distance.
Certain material may be harmful
if inhaled, or if there is contact
with the skin.
Follow the requirements of the Material Safety
Data Sheet supplied by coating material manufacturer.
High voltage equipment is utilized in the process. Arcing
in the vicinity of flammable or
combustible materials may occur. Personnel are exposed to
high voltage during operation
and maintenance.
Protection against inadvertent
arcing that may cause a fire or
explosion is lost if safety circuits
are disabled during operation.
Frequent power supply shutdown indicates a problem in the
system which requires correction.
Toxic Substances
Ransburg
Adequate exhaust must be provided to keep the
air free of accumulations of toxic materials.
Use a mask or respirator whenever there is a
chance of inhaling sprayed materials. The mask
must be compatible with the material being
sprayed and its concentration. Equipment must
be as prescribed by an industrial hygienist or
safety expert, and be NIOSH approved.
Spray Area
Aluminum is widely used in other spray application equipment - such as material pumps,
regulators, triggering valves, etc. Halogenated
hydrocarbon solvents must never be used with
aluminum equipment during spraying, flushing,
or cleaning. Read the label or data sheet for the
material you intend to spray. If in doubt as to
whether or not a coating or cleaning material is
compatible, contact your coating supplier. Any
other type of solvent may be used with aluminum
equipment.
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MAINTENANCE
ELECTRICAL CONTROL
PANELS
Main Control Console
There is minimal (if any) routine maintenance
necessary on the main control console. There
are no moving parts aside from the power and
emergency stop switches on the door of the panel. A few things can be done from a preventative
viewpoint to extend the life of the components in
the control console:
• Keep the door closed at all times to keep dust,
dirt, and moisture out of the control panel and
off of the PC boards.
•
Avoid touching the touch screen display with
sharp objects or with hands or gloves that have
paint on them. The screen is glass and a razor
blade can be used to remove dried paint, etc.,
if absolutely necessary, however, it is best to
avoid having to do this. If the glass is scratched
in any way, it can effect how the touch screen
responds when touched. (Sensitivity can be
diminished by contaminants or scratches.)
• Make sure the quarter turn latch screws on the PC boards and on the rack are latched to prevent boards from vibrating loose over time.
• Make sure all latches are in the proper position to retain all ribbon cables in the control panel.
• Temperatures inside of the main control
console run significantly above ambient. If it is
expected that the ambient temperature will ex
ceed 100° F, some form of external cooling will be required. Contact Ransburg for suggested methods.
them employ cooling fans and air vents. On some of them, fans are visible on the outside frame of the computer and on others, they are internal to the PC. Periodically, check to make
sure the fans are running and vent holes are not
blocked by dust or other obstructions.
Motor Amplifier Panels
There is minimal routine maintenance necessary
on the motor amplifier panels. The only items in
the motor amplifier panel that have moving parts
are the power relay, the solenoid valves, and
the E to P transducers. (The later two items are
optional.) Note that the E to P transducers also
have small in-line filters (P/N: SSM-5504) on their
inlet ports that may need periodic replacement,
depending on the quality of the air being delivered
to the panel.
Similar to the aforementioned main control console, there are a few things to keep in mind to help
extend the lives of the components in the motor
amplifier panels:
• Keep the door closed at all times to keep dust,
dirt, and moisture out of the control panel.
•
Because the motor amplifiers can dissipate a
significant amount of heat, temperatures inside
of the motor amplifier panels can run as much
as 20° F above ambient. If that will cause the
internal temperature of the motor amplifier
panel to rise above 120° F, some sort of external
cooling may be required.
• It is recommended that the air supply to this
panel be regulated to approximately 100 psi
and filtered to at least 20 Microns.
• There are several different versions of the touchscreen PC used in the RCS-2, but all of LN-9408-06.3
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Remote Operator’s Panel
As with the other control panels, there are not
many items in the remote operator’s panel that
should require much routine maintenance. The
only moving parts are the pushbuttons, color
select switch, flow control potentiometer and
the optional pressure and air-flow switches. All
indicator lamps are LED’s and should, therefore,
never fail. A couple of items to keep in mind are
listed below to insure uninterrupted service from
the remote operator’s panel:
• Keep the door closed at all times to keep dust,
dirt, and moisture out of the control panel.
• Use dry, filtered (20 Micron’s or less) air to pilot
the pressure switches and supply the inlets to
the air flow switches.
Fluid Panels
As with all fluid delivery and control systems, the
part of the system that sees the most wear and
tear and will require the most maintenance and
repair is the section that actually makes contact
with the fluids. In the case of the RCS-2, this
section is referred to as the fluid panel.
The fluid panel portion of the RCS-2 is basically a
stainless steel plate with most of the components
that come in contact with the fluids being metered
mounted on it. All wetted components are stainless
steel other than the physical pumps themselves.
In most cases, the pumps are manufactured from
M2 tool steel, which gives them superb wear resistance over similar designs manufactured from
stainless steel.
Each of the individual components on the fluid
panel will be discussed below as to how it operates
and how to service it.
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GEAR PUMPS
This section explains "How to Disassemble,
Clean, and Reassemble the Gear Pump".
Introduction
The magnetically coupled gear pump is a precision
tool designed to provide highly accurate performance over an extended service life. The gear
pump is constructed of precisely machined components with tight running tolerances of 0.00025
inches. Burrs, nicks, or particles of foreign matter
can score an internal surface or cause the pump
to seize up. The ability of the unit to deliver the
performance level it was designed for depends
on the user closely following several essential
requirements:
• Never let a pump run dry
• Never pump contaminated fluids
• Never reuse any seal (Always replace separated seals with a new seal.)
• Consult the factory before using micas, metallic’s, or waterborne coatings
• Provide advance filtration for all fluids
• Provide skilled and careful maintenance
• Respect exceptionally close tolerances
Gear Pump Operation
The gear pump's internal bearing surfaces are
lubricated by the metered fluids being pumped
through the assembly. The recommended oper-ating speed range for these pumps is between
3 and 150 rpm. Pump speeds over 150 rpm are
not recommended.
Increasing the pump's operating speed improves
its efficiency, but also shortens the time fluid is
allowed to fill the gear tooth spaces and lubricate the bearing surfaces. Failure to fill the tooth
spaces allows air into the pump and can cause
low delivery, excessive wear, reduced seal life,
and internal cavitation.
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Magnetic Coupling
There is no rotating shaft connecting the servo
motor to the gear pump. Instead, this product employs a magnetic coupling to transfer power from
the servo motor to the positive displacement gear
pump. The magnetic coupling provides several
advantages over conventional rotary
shaft systems:
•
Protects servo motor from paint leaks The magnetic coupling provides a physical barrier between the servo motor and the gear pump, and serves to protect the servo motor
from paint leakage.
•
Make seals less critical
The seals are less critical than in a conventional
rotary shaft system. If seals leak in the pump,
the system will still operate without the danger
of paint entering the drive system.
• Provide more up-time
Since the seals are less critical and the magnetic
coupling is durable, the system delivers higher
equipment utilization and shorter maintenance
procedures.
•
Lasts longer
The magnetically coupled gear pump and
motor will have a longer operational life than a
conventional rotary shaft sytem.
Applications
Because of the precise servo control and rapid
acceleration and deceleration of paint delivery, this
product is ideally suited for almost all automotive
or industrial applications. This product will provide
superior delivery in applications that require:
• High performance paint metering
• Single and multi-component applications
• Precision flow rates
• Quick and accurate flow rate changes
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Pumps, Color (Resin), and Hardener (Catalyst)
Some coating applications using the magnetically
coupled gear pump require two fluids to be metered. Thus, there are two styles of pumps:
• Color Pump (Resin), which are flushable
• Hardener Pump (Catalyst) which are non flushable.
The parts of each pump are similar. Except for
plate configuration, the main difference between
the two styles is the seal plate on the hardener
pump. This section covers both pumps and the
instructions will identify where the procedure only
applies to one style.
Restricted Materials
Paints and fluids for use with this system must
meet the following conditions:
• Non-abrasive materials
• Maximum entrained particle size: 6 microns
(0.00025")
• Maximum hardness: Rc 55
• Concentration of entrained particles should not
exceed 20% of total fluid volume.
Contact Ransburg for technical assistance on
applications involving metallics, micas, or waterborne systems.
Applicable Models and Styles
The Service Information in this manual covers two
basic product styles:
•Flushable
The flushable style pumps meter color and incorporates a pump bypass assembly.
• Non-flushable
The non-flushable style pumps meter hardener and does not have a bypass assembly.
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NOTE
> Although uncommon, there are applications for flushable hardener pumps and
for non-flushable color pumps.
Major Components
The major components of the flushable mag-netically coupled gear pumps include:
• Bypass Assembly (Flushable units only)
Allows rapid flushing of the pump.
•
Gear Pump
Is made from precision machined parts with
tolerances of 0.00025". The gear pump is the
heart of the delivery system and controls the
flow of paint for a precise, accurate coating.
• Manifold
Connects gear pump to magnetic coupling.
• Magnetic Coupling
Transfers rotary motion from the servo motor
to the gear pump.
• Servo Motor
Transfers rotary motion from the servo motor
to the gear pump through the magnetic
coupling.
Performance Capabilities
Both magnetically coupled gear pumps use a UL
approved servo motor. Explosion proof servo motors rated for hazardous duty in Class I, Division
1, Groups C and D environments are available
as an option.
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General Handling
The magnetically coupled gear pump assembly is a
precision tool designed to provide highly accurate
performance over an extended service life. The
ability of the unit to deliver the performance level
it was designed for depends on the user closely
following several essential requirements:
• Never let the pump run dry
• Never pump contaminated fluids
• Never reuse any seal
• Always replace damaged or worn seals with a
new seal
• Consult the factory before using micas,
metallic's, or waterborne systems
• Provide advance filtration for suspect fluids
• Provide skilled and careful maintenance
• Respect exceptionally close tolerances
Precision Metering Pump
The heart of the system is the high precision metering gear pump constructed of M2 tool steel. To
maintain the gear pump assembly in factory-new
condition, the guidelines and procedures for
pump servicing covered in this manual should be
carefully followed.
With tight running tolerances of a remarkable
0.00025 inches, there can be no allowance of
casual handling that might be appropriate for a
less exacting assembly. Burrs, nicks, or particles
of foreign matter could score an internal surface
or cause the pump to seize up.
System Start-Up
Pump assemblies are shipped from the factory
protected with rust preventive oil. Remove this
oil before using the system. To remove oil, flush
and purge the system with solvent.
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Figure 1: Resin (Flushable) Pump Assembly
RESIN (FLUSHABLE) PUMP ASSEMBLY - PARTS LIST (Figure 1)
Item #
Part #
1
22-383 * 2
N.F.R. **
3N.F.R.
4
N.F.R.
5
N.F.R.
6
N.F.R.
7
N.F.R.
8
N.F.R.
9
N.F.R.
10
Varies ***
11
Varies ***
Description
Qty
Lip Seal Front Side Plate Arbor
Driven Gear
Drive Shaft
Driving Gear
Center Plate
Hollow Dowel
Rear Side Plate
Roll Pin
Socket Head Cap Screw
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
4
* Required Seal Insertion Tool, P/N: 22-543
** Not Field Replaceable
*** Varies based on pump size
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ASSEMBLY 22-337 PUMP
BYPASS
Flushable gear pumps have an air activated
cylinder with two (2) ports that allow flushing of
coating material from the gear pump. This feature
reduces the time required to fill or purge the pump
of paint. (See "Pump Bypass Valve Assembly" in
the "Maintenance" section.)
NOTE
> Opening the pump bypass valve is
not recommended on plural component
materials.
Gear Pump Disassembly
! CAUTION
> Be careful not to scratch or nick any
surface of the plates, seals, gears, and
dowels inside the pump. These parts
have very precise tolerances. Burrs, nicks,
scratches, or particles of foreign matter will
cause scoring and possibly pump seizure.
NOTE
> If an arbor press is unavailable, an alternate disassembly method is to partially
back-off the cap screws and tap the screws
with a soft head hammer. With the screw
heads exposed, continue to alternate backing-out the screws and tapping the screws
until the plates are free.
! CAUTION
> Never tap on tang!
4. Separate front plate [2] from center plate [7],
and from rear plate [9].
5. Remove driving gear [6] from center plate [7].
6. Remove driven gear [4] from center plate [7].
7. Remove arbor [3] from driven gear [4].
Gear Pump Reassembly
Before reassembling the gear pump, clean and
inspect all parts for damage or wear.
To Assemble:
1. If parts were separated, use a press to press
arbor [3] into front side plate [2].
1. Remove the four (4) socket head cap screws attaching the pump to the manifold.
2. Remove S.H.C. scews [11].
3. Using an arbor press, remove two (2) dowels
[8] from the pump assembly.
2. Insert driven metering gear [4] into center plate
[7]. Manually turn the metering gear to ensure it
moves freely.
! CAUTION
> If the metering gear binds, it could damage the pump. Determine the cause of the
binding. Nicks, burrs, or foreign particles
can cause pump binding.
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3. Insert driving metering gear [6] into center plate
[7]. Manually turn the metering gear to ensure it
moves freely.
NOTES
4. Assemble rear [9], center [7], and front [2] plates.
5. Using an arbor press, press-fit two (2) dowels [8] into the plate assembly.
6. Lubricate roll pins [10] and cap screws [11] with
petroleum jelly.
7. Insert roll pins [10] and cap screws [11] into rear
plate [9] and thread them through all three (3) plates.
Torque to 160 lbs•in.
8. After assembly, check torque by turning driving gear (torque not to exceed 4 lbs•in).
Drive Gear and Shaft
In case of separate damage or wear, the drive gear
[6] and drive shaft [5] may need to be separated
and replaced. (Individual pump parts are not field
replaceable and must be returned to for replacement.) To separate, use an arbor press to remove
the gear [6] from the drive shaft. In reassembly,
position the bottom of the gear .909" +/- .003" from
the bottom of the shaft (end opposite the tang).
Ransburg can supply a Gear Alignment Gauge for
this purpose. The tool is P/N: 11-1032. Contact
Ransburg for additional information.
Hollow Dowel
Ransburg can supply special tools to achieve
proper placement of the hollow dowels [8] in the
gear plates. The dowel should extend .093" +/.005" above the end plate on the pump shaft end
(tang end). To allow dowel placement from either
end of the pump, two tools are required:
• Dowel Insertion Tool - Male
P/N: 22-1033
• Dowel Insertion Tool - Female
P/N: 22-1034
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Figure 2: Catalyst (Non-Flushable) Pump Assembly
CATALYST (NON-FLUSHABLE) PUMP ASSEMBLY - PARTS LIST (Figure 2)
Item #
Part #
1
22-383 * 2
N.F.R. **
3N.F.R.
4
N.F.R.
5
N.F.R.
6
N.F.R.
7
N.F.R.
8
N.F.R.
9
N.F.R.
10
Varies ***
11
Varies ***
12
N.F.R.
13
Varies ***
Description
Qty
Lip Seal Front Side Plate Arbor
Driven Gear
Drive Shaft
Driving Gear
Center Plate
Hollow Dowel
Rear Side Plate
Long Cap Screw
Short Cap Screw
Seal Plate
Socket Head Cap Screw
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
2
1
4
* Requires Seal Insertion Tool P/N: 22-542
** Not Field Replaceable
*** Vareis based on pump size
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Non-Flushable Gear Pump
Disassembly
NOTE
> It is not recommended to disassemble
these pumps in the field unless absolutely
necessary. If a malfunction occurs, they
should be returned to Ransburg for service.
Ransburg
5. Separate front plate [2] from center plate [7].
6. Separate center plate [7] from rear plate [9].
7. Remove rear plate [9].
8. Remove driving gear [6] from center plate [7].
9. Remove driven gear [4] from center plate [7].
10. Remove arbor [3] from driven gear [4].
! CAUTION
> Be careful not to scratch or nick any
surface of the plates, seals, gears, and
dowels inside the pump. These parts
have very precise tolerances. Burrs,
nicks, scratches, or particles of foreign
matter will cause scoring and possibly
pump seizure.
Non-Flushable Gear Pump Reassembly
Before reassembling the gear pump, clean and
inspect all parts for damage or wear.
To Assemble:
1. If parts were separated, use a press to press arbor [3] into front side plate [2].
2. Insert driven gear [4] into center plate [7]. Man-
1. Remove the four (4) socket head cap screws
attaching the pump to the manifold.
2. Remove the seal plate [12].
3. Remove bolts [10] and [11].
4. Using an arbor press, remove the two (2)
dowels [8] from the front plate [2], center plate
[7], and rear plate [9].
NOTE
> If an arbor press is unavailable, an al-
ternate disassembly method is to partially
back-off the cap screws and tap the screws
with a soft head hammer. With the screw
heads exposed, continue to alternate backing-out the screws and tapping the screws
until the plates are free.
! CAUTION
! CAUTION
> If the gear binds, it could damage the
pump. Determine the cause of the binding. Nicks, burrs, or foreign particles
can cause pump binding.
ually turn the gear to ensure it moves freely.
3.Insert driving gear [6] into center plate [7].
Manually turn the gear to ensure it moves freely.
4. Assemble rear [9], center [7], and front [2] plates.
5. Using an arbor press, press-fit two (2) dowels [8] into the plate assembly.
6. Lubricate cap screws [10] and [11] with petroleum jelly.
7. Insert cap screws [10] and [11] into rear plate [9] and thread them through all three (3) plates.
> Never tap on tang!
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NOTE
NOTES
> The non-flushable pump uses two (2)
short cap screws [11] and four (4) long cap
screws [10] that extend through to the four
(4) threaded holes in the front side plate
[2]. torque to 120 lbs•in.
8. Install seal plate [12] onto rear plate [9] using four (4) socket head cap screws [13]. Torque to
50 lbs•in.
9. After assembly, check torque by turning drive
gear (torque not to exceed 4 lbs•in).
Drive Gear and Shaft
In case of separate damage or wear, the drive gear
[6] and drive shaft [5] may need to be separated
and replaced. (Individual pump parts are not field
replaceable and must be returned to for replacement.) To separate, use an arbor press to remove
the gear [6] from the drive shaft. In reassembly,
position the bottom of the gear .909" +/- .003" from
the bottom of the shaft (end opposite the tang).
Ransburg can supply a Gear Alignment Gauge for
this purpose. The tool is P/N: 22-1032. Contact
Ransburg for additional information.
Hollow Dowel
Ransburg can supply special tools to achieve
proper placement of the hollow dowels [8] in the
gear plates. The dowel should extend .093" +/.005" above the end plate on the pump shaft end
(tang end). To allow dowel placement from either
end of the pump, two tools are required:
• Dowel Insertion Tool - Male P/N: 22-1033
• Dowel Insertion Tool - Female P/N: 22-1034
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Figure 3: Pump Bypass Valve Assembly
PUMP BYPASS VALVE ASSEMBLY - PARTS LIST (Figure 3)
Item #
Part #
1
97-2396
2LS0012
3
41-FTP-1018
4
7959-28C
5
77303-00
697-2009
777306-00
8
8532-32C * 9
22-399 *
1097-2019
11
22-398 *
1222-403
1322-336
14
9158-16C
Description
Qty
Double Acting Cylinder
Breather
5/32" ODT X 1/8" NPT Tube Fitting
1/4"-20 X 7/8" L, SHCS
Clamp Block
Bushing
Plunger
5/16"-18" X 1" L, SHCS Adapter Plate Diaphragm
Manifold Plate Gasket
Seal
#8-32 X 50" L, Flat Head, Slotted Machine Screw
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
3
* Part of P/N: 22-402 Manfold Assembly
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PUMP BYPASS VALVE
ASSEMBLY
This section describes the "Procedures for
Flushing, Removing, and Replacing the Bypass On the Flushable Magnetically Coupled
Gear Pump".
Introduction
The flushable magnetic gear pump has a pump
bypass assembly which allows cleaning of paint
from the gear pump by allowing paint, solvent, or
a solvent-air mixture to bypass the gears, thus
reducing flush and load times. Typically, the bypass is mounted on the pump which meters color.
NOTE
> It is possible (however uncommon) to
use a bypass valve on a hardener pump.
Don't assume that a pump with a bypass
is always a color pump.
Servicing the Pump Bypass Valve
Assembly
Unlike other components for which all broken
seals must be replaced before reassembly, two
(2) of the fluid seals in the bypass need only be
replaced if damaged or worn.
Guidelines for bypass parts replacement:
Ransburg
To Disassemble:
1. Remove two (2) screws [4] from clamp block [5].
2. Remove bushing [6] and plunger [7] from
clamp block [5].
3. Remove three (3) screws [8] holding adapter plate [9] and manifold plate [11] to gear pump. Handle
plates carefully to avoid damage to gasket [12].
4. Remove three (3) screws [14] holding adapter plate [9] to manifold plate [11]. Separate plates carefully to avoid damaging diaphragm [10].
To Reassemble:
1. Place diaphragm [10] in recess in adapter
plate [9].
2. Install three (3) screws [14] to fasten manifold
plate [11] to adapter plate [9].
3. Install two (2) seals [13] and gasket [12] on
manifold plate [11].
4. Install three (3) scews [8] to fasten adapter
plate [9] to gear pump.
5. Insert plunger [7] and bushing [6] into clamp
block [5].
6. Install two (2) screws [4] to fasten clamp block
[5] to adapter plate [9]. This completes assembly.
• O-Ring Seals [13]: always replace after
disassembly.
• Gasket [12]: replace only if there is visible
wear or damage. Always replace after
disassembly.
• Diaphragm [10]: replace only if there is visible
wear or damage. Always replace after disassem
bly.
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PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Figure 4: Main Control Console
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Part Number Tabulation:
A10549-02 = 2 Channel Controller
A10549-04 = 4 Channel Controller
A10549-05 = 6 Channel Controller
A10549-08 = 8 Channel Controller
MAIN CONTROL CONSOLE - PARTS LIST (Figure 4)
Item #
Part #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
A10554-00
A11530-00
TR-SSEH-472
TR-SSEH-471
A10998-00
22-1108
78835-00
A10705-02 *
76948-00
77384-00
LSME0005-00
LSME0007-00
74300-00
LSME0004-00
LSME0006-00
77403-00
A10530-00
78818-00
78814-00
77423-00
77429-01
77400-00
A10586-01
A10586-02
A10586-03
A10587-01
27
A10587-02
28
29
30
A10795-00
A10918-00
A10564-0X
31
32
A10817-00
LSME0024-00
Description
Terminal Board Assembly, DynaPump
64 Pin IDC Ribbon Cable, Interconnect Board
AGC-10, 10 Amp Fuse
AGC-5, 5 Amp Fuse
Ethernet Switch, 5 Port, Compact
Power Line Filter
Power Supply, 24VDC @ 180 Watts
Touch Screen, PC Assembly
Switch, Selector, Maintained
Switch, Mushroom Head, E-Stop, Red
Contact Block, Normally Open
Pilot Light Block
Pilot Light, 130 Volt
Contact Clip, 3 Position
Contact Block, Normally Closed
Recepticle, Push-On, Oval Slot Stud
Rack Sub-Assembly, DynaPump
Interface Board Assembly, RCS-2
Channel Board Assembly, RCS-2
Pin, Detented
Shoulder Washer, Nylon
Cable Mount, Ribbon, 4"
64 Conductor Ribbon Cable, X 71" Lg.
64 Conductor Ribbon Cable, X 81" Lg.
64 Conductor Ribbon Cable, X 92" Lg.
50 Conductor Twisted PR Ribbon Cable,
X 80" Lg.
50 Conductor Twisted PR Ribbon Cable,
X 100" Lg.
Industrial Ethernet Bulkhead Receptical
Dust Cap for A10795-00
Cable Assembly, 26 Socket Bulkhead
(X=Channel Number)
Dust Cap for A10564
Horn, 24VDC
Quantity Required
-06
-08
-02
-04
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
0
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
0
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
3
0
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
0
1
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
6
2
2
8
2
1
4
1
6
1
8
1
* Touch screen may vary slightly frome one shown.
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Figure 5: Rack Assembly
RACK ASSEMBLY - PARTS LIST (Figure 5)
Item #
1
2
3
4
5
6
Part #
78816-00
A10530-00
77377-22 *
78818-00
78814-01 or 02 ** 75086-01 ***
Description
Qty
Backplane Board Assembly, RCS-21
Rack Sub-Assembly, RCS-21
Interface Board, RIO, RCS-2 0-1
Interface Board Assembly, RCS-21
Channel Board Assembly, RCS-2 1-4
Cover Assembly 0-4
* Only required if using vBradley RIO.
** Quantity dependant on number of Channels required.
*** Cover plates used to fill unused slots.
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Figure 6a: Old Style Motor Amplifier Panel
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OLD STYLE MOTOR AMPLIFIER PANEL - PARTS LIST
(Figure 6a)
Item #
Part #
1
A10795-00
2
A10798-00
3
A10564-09
4
A10564-10
5
A10783-01
6
A11389-00 *
78835-01 **
7
22-1108
8
TR-SSEH-472
9
SSS-7016
10
TR-SSEH-471
11
A10781-00
12
22-1050
13
22-1046
14
22-1245
15
78643-00
16
41-VSO-1005
17
73837-08
18
A10785-01
19
A10786-00
20
A10787-00
21
A10793-00
22
A10796-00
23
76965-00
24
22-1045
25
41-FBH-1000
26
41-FBH-1001
27
A10789-00
28
A10974-00
Description
Ethernet Industrial Bulkhead W/RJ-45 Connector
Ethernet Cable (Not Shown)
26 Socket Bulkhead Assembly W/Flying Leads
26 Socket Bulkhead Assembly W/Flying Leads
Motor Drive (Amplifier)
Power Supply, 5VDC & 24VDC, 180 W Power Supply, 24VDC, 180 W Power Line Filter
AGC-10, 10 Amp Fuse
24VDC Relay
AGC-5, 5 Amp Fuse
Special Signal Inverting Terminal Block
Flow Switch Amplifier
Flow Monitor Control Unit
Zener Barrier for 4-20mA
Transducer Assembly, E to P
24VDC Solenoid Valve Assembly
Zener Barrier for Voltage
Opto-22 Brain W/Ethernet (Programmed)
Opto-22 DC Input Module
Opto-22 DC Output Module
Tachometer Bulkhead Cable Assembly, RCS-2 Motor Amp Panel
Bulkhead Connector, 4-Pin, Amphenol
Cable Strain Relief, Liquid Tight
Flow Sensor Cable Assembly
1/4" ODT Bulkhead
3/8" ODT Bulkhead
Motor Drive Bulkhead Cable Assembly, RCS-2 Motor Amp Panel
26 Socket Bulkhead Assembly
Qty
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
2
20
12
1
3
9
2
4
1
1
"C" ***
"C" ***
2
"B" ***
* Used only if the optional Color Change Sequencer is installed.
** Used only if the optional Color Change Sequencer is not installed.
*** Refer to "Motor Amplifier Panel Model Identification" for quantities.
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Figure 6b: New Style Motor Amplifier Panel
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NEW STYLE MOTOR AMPLIFIER PANEL - PARTS LIST
(Figure 6b)
Item #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Part #
A10795-00
A10798-00
A10564-09
A10564-10
A12219-01
A11389-00 *
78835-01 **
22-1108
TR-SSEH-472
SSS-7016
TR-SSEH-471
A10781-00
22-1050
22-1046
22-1245
78643-00
41-VSO-1005
73837-08
A10785-01
A10786-00
A10787-00
A12220-00
A10796-00
A10626-00
22-1045
41-FBH-1000
41-FBH-1001
A10974-00
A12268-00
Description
Ethernet Industrial Bulkhead W/RJ-45 Connector
Ethernet Cable (Not Shown)
26 Socket Bulkhead Assembly W/Flying Leads
26 Socket Bulkhead Assembly W/Flying Leads
Motor Amplifier, S200 Power Supply, 5VDC & 24VDC, 180 W Power Supply, 24VDC, 180 W Power Line Filter
AGC-10, 10 Amp Fuse
24VDC Relay
AGC-5, 5 Amp Fuse
Special Signal Inverting Terminal Block
Flow Switch Amplifier
Flow Monitor Control Unit
Zener Barrier for 4-20mA
Transducer Assembly, E to P
24VDC Solenoid Valve Assembly
Zener Barrier for Voltage
Opto-22 Brain W/Ethernet (Programmed)
Opto-22 DC Input Module
Opto-22 DC Output Module
Cable, S200, AKM-33
Bulkhead Connector, 4-Pin, Amphenol
Cable Gland, 4-Port
Flow Sensor Cable Assembly
1/4" ODT Bulkhead
3/8" ODT Bulkhead
26 Socket Bulkhead Assembly
Motor Hold Module
Qty
"C"
"C"
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
2
20
12
1
3
9
2
4
1
1
1
1
* Used only if the optional Color Change Sequencer is installed.
** Used only if the optional Color Change Sequencer is not installed.
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MOTOR AMPLIFIER PANEL MODEL IDENTIFICATION
When ordering, use A10776-ABCDEF as indicated below.
A10776 - A B C
Basic Part Number
Number of Motor Amps
Color Change PLC
Number of E to P
Transducers
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(1 or 2)
(0 = No, 1 = Yes)
(0, 1, or 2)
D E F
Intrinsically Safe
Remote Operator
(0 = No, 1 = Yes)
Panel
(0 = No, 1 = Yes) Intrinsically Safe
Pressure Transducers
(0 = No, 1 = Yes)
Catalyst Flow
Sensor Electronics
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Figure 7: Remote Operator's Panel
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REMOTE OPERATOR'S PANEL - PARTS LIST (Figure 7)
Item #
Part #
1
A10794-00
2
A11093-00
3
LSME0024-00
4
SSH-409
5
A11108-00
6
LSF10002-00
7
A11096-00
8
25766-106
9
13742-01
10
72143-01
11
A11105-00
12
A11099-00
13
A11100-00
14
A11110-00
15
A11102-00
16
A11097-00
17
A11098-00
18
A10909-00
Description
Qty
Enclosure Details, RCS-2 Remote Operator's Panel 1
Faceplate Label, RCS-2 Remote Operator's Panel 1
Horn1
Knob2
24V AC/DC LED for Use In IDEC Panel Mount Lamps 4
1/4" ODT X 1/8" NPT(F) Bulkhead Union, Alkon 4
Color Select Rotary Switch Harness Assembly 1
Pressure Switch Assembly, 15#
"A" *
Air Flow Switch Assembly
"B" *
In/Out Nameplate
"B" *
Bulkhead/Wire Assembly, RCS-2 Remote Operator's Panel 1
Wiring Harness Assembly, Pressure Switches, RCS-2 ROP 1
LED Wiring Harness Assembly, RCS-2 Remote 1
Operator's Panel
Wiring, Harness Assembly, Horn 1
LCD Display for DynaPump Remote Operator's Panel 1
Potentiometer Harness Assembly, RCS-2 Remote 1
Operator's Panel Wiring Harness Assembly, LCD Display, RCS-2 ROP 1
PC Board Assembly, DynaPump Remote Operator's Panel 1
* Refer to "Remote Operator's Panel Model Identification" for quantities.
REMOTE OPERATOR'S PANEL MODEL IDENTIFICATION
When ordering, use A11095-AB as indicated below.
A11095 A B
Basic Part Number
Number of
Pressure Switches
31
(2 Req. per
Flush Box)
(1 Req. per
Spraygun)
Number of Air
Flow Switches
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Figure 8a: Fluid Panel Assembly (Front)
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Figure 8b: Fluid Panel Assembly (Back)
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FLUID PANEL ASSEMBLY - PARTS LIST (Figures 8a & 8b)
Item #
Part #
1
A10949-00
2
76698-02
3
A10528-00
4
22-910
5
77662-00
6
22-963
7
77784-00
8
77639-00
9
----
10
----
11
SSP-6443
12
77669-00
13
77671-00
14
SSP-5020
15
22-451
16
22-964
17
22-420
18
77652-00
19
77659-00
20
22-1043
21
22-1045
22
22-1044
23
A11989-00
24
77637-00
25
8156-24C
26
SS-1524-CD
27
7734-07
28
A11793-32C
29
A10626-01
30
Table U - "B"
31
Table V - "E"
32
41-FTP-1006
33
22-337
34
A10976-00
35
A10627-00
36
784074-20C
37
77588-06
38
77485-00
39
Table WX - "L"
40
78404-20C
41
----
42
----
43
22-280-1
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Description
Qty
Fluid Panel Details, RCS-2
1
3/16" ID X 5/16" OD, Tubing
36"
Transducer Cable (Not Shown)
Table Z - "R"
Pressure Transducer Assembly W/Manifold & O-Ring
Table Z - "S"
Connector, Swivel, 3/8" NPS X 3/16" ID, Hose
Table Z - "T"
Flushable Color Pump Manifold
1
3/8" NPS(F) X 3/8" OD Tube, 90° Elbow
4
1/8" NPT(M) X 3/8" NPS(M) Nipple
4
----
-----
-3/8" ODT X 1/4" NPT(F) Fitting, Stainless Steel
1
Pilot Operated Ball Valve
1
Ball Valve, Stainless Steel
1
3/8" OD Tubing
120"
Spiral Mixer
1
Hardener Pump Manifold
1
Mix Manifold W/Check Valve
1
1/8" NPT(M) Stem
1
3/8" NPS Nut
1
Flow Sensor
Table Y - "N"
Flow Sensor Cable (5 Conductor)
Table Y - "O"
Manifold for Flow Sensor
Table Y - "P"
Solvent Manifold Assembly
1
Nipple, 3/8" NPSM X 3/8" NPT DM
2
Hex Head Bolt, 5/16"-18 X 3/4" L (Cadium Plated)
8
5/16" Stainless Steel Washer
8
5/16" Lockwasher
10
Carriage Bolt, 1/4"-20 X 1" L.
4
Cable Gland Assembly, 9 Position
1
Table U - "C"
Table U - "A"
Table V - "F"
Table V - "D"
Fitting, Elbow, 5/32" ODT X 1/8" NPT(M)
4
Bypass Valve Assembly
1
Label Set, RCS-2 Fluid Panel
1
MCV Mounting Plate
Table WX - "G"
1/4"-20 X .625" L, Stainless Steel, HHCS
Table WX - "H"
1/4" Lockwasher
Table WX - "I"
1/4"-20 Hex Nut, Stainless Steel
Table WX - "J"
Table WX - "M"
Table WX - "K"
1/4" - 20 X 5/8" L. Stainless Steel, HHCS
4
---- --
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Check Valve, Stainless Steel
1
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FLUID PANEL ASSEMBLY MODEL IDENTIFICATION
When ordering, use A10948-UVWXYZ as indicated by Tables U, V, W X, Y, and Z. For example:
A10948 - U
V
WX
Y
Z
Basic Part Number
Catalyst Inlet Pressure
Transducer
0 = No, 1 = Yes
Resin Pump Size
Catalyst Pump Size
Catalyst Flow Sensor
0 = No, 1 = Yes
Number of Colors
00 = No Color Valve Stack
02 = 2 Color CCV Stack
04 = 4 Color CCV Stack
06 = 6 Color CCV Stack
08 = 8 Color CCV Stack
10 = 10 Color CCV Stack
TABLE U - RESIN (FLUSHABLE) PUMPS
"C"
No. "A" "B"
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
35
--
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
--
77844-01
77844-08
77844-09
77844-10
77844-02
77844-11
77844-12
77844-13
77844-03
77844-14
77844-15
Description
No Pump Included
Pump Kit, RCS
Pump, RCS
Pump, RCS
Pump, RCS
Pump Kit, RCS
Pump, RCS
Pump, RCS
Pump, RCS
Pump Kit, RCS
Pump, RCS
Pump, RCS
Size
Material
--
3.5 CC/REV
3.5 CC/REV
3.5 CC/REV
3.5 CC/REV
5.5 CC/REV
5.5 CC/REV
5.5 CC/REV
5.5 CC/REV
10.0 CC/REV
10.0 CC/REV
10.0 CC/REV
-- M2 Tool Steel
M2 Tool Steel
Polyond
Polyond
M2 Tool Steel
M2 Tool Steel
Polyond
Polyond
M2 Tool Steel
M2 Tool Steel
Polyond
Grooved
-No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
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TABLE V - CATALYST (NON-FLUSHABLE) PUMPS
"F"
Description
No. "D" "E"
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
--
1
1
1
1
1
1
--
77844-06
77844-07
77844-16
77844-17
77844-05
77844-04
Size
No Pump Included
Pump Kit, RCS
Pump Kit, RCS
Pump, RCS
Pump, RCS
Pump Kit, RCS
Pump Kit, RCS
--
0.297 CC/REV
0.297 CC/REV
0.297 CC/REV
0.584 CC/REV
1.752 CC/REV
2.92 CC/REV
Material
-- M2 Tool Steel
M2 Tool Steel
Stainless Steel
M2 Tool Steel
M2 Tool Steel
M2 Tool Steel
Grooved
-No
Yes
No
No
No
No
TABLE WX - COLOR VALVE STACK TABULATION
"L"
No. "G" "H" "I" "J" "K"
00
02
04
06
08
10
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
4
4
4
4
4
0
8
8
8
8
8
0
8
8
8
8
8
0
1
1
1
1
1
--
CCV-5102-111
CCV-5104-111
CCV-5106-111
CCV-5108-111
CCV-5110-111
"M"
No Color Valve Stack Installed
2-Color CCV Stack Assembly W/Solvent - Air Push
4-Color CCV Stack Assembly W/Solvent - Air Push
6-Color CCV Stack Assembly W/Solvent - Air Push
8-Color CCV Stack Assembly W/Solvent - Air Push
10-Color CCV Stack Assembly W/Solvent - Air Push
TABLE Y - CATALYST FLOW SENSOR TABULATION
No. "N" "O" "P" "Description"
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
No Flow Sensor
Flow Sensor Included
TABLE Z - CATALYST INLET PRESSURE
TRANSDUCER TABULATION
No. "R" "S" "T" "Description"
0
1
3
4
3 *
4
3 *
4
No Pressure Sensor
Pressure Sensor Included
* If no catalyst pump is used, S = 2 and T = 2.
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Figure 9: Non-Flushable Pump/Manifold Assembly
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NON-FLUSHABLE PUMP/MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST (Figure 9)
Item #
Part #
1
7959-34C
2
SS-1505-CD
3
22-1047
22-547
22-1047-2
4
7959-28C
5
SS-1505-CD
622-878
722-867
8
78178-00
9
78179-00
10
22-868
117554-119
12
22-875
1322-854
14
22-945
1522-862
16
22-939
17
22-872
18
22-332
1922-333
2022-379
21
9946-80C
22
*
23
*
Description
1/4"-20 X 1-1/16 L, SHCS
Lock Washer, 1/4"
Non-Explosion Proof Kollmorgan Motor Explosion Proof Kollmorgan Motor
Non-Explosion Proof Motor
1/4"-20 X 7/8" L, SHCS
Lock Washer, 1/4"
Key
Gear
Set Screw, 1/4"-28, Cup Pt.
Pin,Spirol, 5/64" X 3/4"
Outer Pole Ring Assembly
O-Ring
Bearing Housing
O-Ring
Coupling Housing Assembly
O-Ring
Jump Pole Ring Assembly
Manifold Assembly
3/8" NPS(M) X 3/4"-16, Stainless Steel, Adapter Fitting
O-Ring
O-Ring
3/8"-16 X 2-1/2" L, SHCS
Non-Flushable Pump
SHCS
Qty
4
4
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
4
1
4
* These items differ based on desired pump size.
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Figure 10: Flushable Pump/Manifold Assembly
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FLUSHABLE PUMP/MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY - PARTS LIST
(Figure 10)
Item #
Part #
1
22-337
2
22-336
3
*
4
*
5
9946-48C
6
22-935
7
22-332
8
22-333
920-5740
1022-335
11
97-2271
1222-862
13
22-939
14
22-945
1522-854
16
77305-00
17
78202-00
18
78201-16
19
22-875
207554-119
21
22-868
2222-878
23
78178-00
24
78179-00
2522-867
26
SS-1505-CD
27
7959-28C
28
22-1047
22-547
22-1047-2
29
SS-1505-CD
30
7959-34C
Description
Bypass Valve Assembly
O-Ring Seal
SHCS
Flushable Pump Assembly
3/8"-16 X 1.5" L, SHCS
Manifold Assembly
3/8" NPS(M) X 3/4"-16 Stainless Steel Adapter Fitting
11/16" X 0.070" O-Ring
O-Ring
O-Ring
Check Valve
O-Ring
Inner Pole Ring Assembly
Coupling Housing Assembly
O-Ring
Name Plate W/Serial Number
Drive Pin
M8 X 1" X 16mm L, HHCS
Bearing Housing
O-Ring
Outer Pole Ring Assembly
Key
Set Screw, 1/4"-28, Cup Pt.
Pin, Spirol, 5/64" X 3/4"
Gear
Lock Washer, 1/4"
1/4"-20 X 7/8" L, SHCS
Non-Explosion Proof Kollmorgan Motor
Explosion Proof Kollmorgan Motor
Non-Explosion Proof Motor
Lock Washer, 1/4"
1/4"-20 X 1-1/16" L, SHCS
Qty
1
4
4
1
4
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
4
4
* These items differ based on desired pump size.
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Figure 11: Dual-Headed Pump Assembly
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DUAL-HEADED PUMP ASSEMBLY - PARTS LIST (Figure 11)
Item #
Part #
Description
1
22-1302
Non-Explosion Proof Motor
A11797-00
Explosion Proof Motor
2
7959-34C
1/4"-20 UNC X 1 1/16" L, SHCS (For Use With Non-Explosion Proof Motor)
7421-24C
5/16"-18 UNC X 7/8" L, SHCS (For Use With Explosion Proof Motor)
3
SS-1515-CD
1/4" Lock Washer (For Use With Non-Explosion Proof Motor)
7734-07
5/16" Lock Washer (For Use With Explosion Proof Motor)
4
20-6621
3/8"-16 X 1/2" L, Slotted, Round Head, Cap Screw
522-1309 Cover
6
20-6614
5/16"-18 UNC X 4" L, SHCS
7
22-1310
Motor Mounting Plate
8
22-1311
Motor Standoff
9
----
----
10
22-1303
Base, Machined
11
LSOR0005-05O-Ring
12
22-954
Coupling Housing Assembly
13
22-939
Inner Magnetic Element
14
22-1332
Manifold Assembly (Flushable)
15
22-862
O-Ring, #2-141
16
77844-01
3.5 cc/rev Pump (With Fasteners)
77844-02
5.5 cc/rev Pump (With Fasteners)
77844-03
10 cc/rev Pump (With Fasteners)
17
22-332
Fluid Fitting, 3/8"-18 NPS(M) X 3/4"-16 UNF-2A(M)
18
13076-20
O-Ring, #2-020
19
EMFD-33
O-Ring, #2-018
2022-336
Seal
21
9946-48C
3/8"-16 X 1 1/2" L, SHCS
22
A11796-00
MCV Bypass Block
23
76566-72C
1/4"-20 X 2" L, SHCS
24
22-333
Fluid Seal
25
78716-01
5/32" ODT (4mm) X 1/16" NPT(M), Fitting
26
----
----
27
77844-01 *
3.5 cc/rev Pump (With Fasteners)
77844-02 *
5.5 cc/rev Pump (With Fasteners)
77844-03 * 10 cc/rev Pump (With Fasteners)
28
7899-00
Valve Assembly
29
22-1313
Idler Plate
30
22-1315
Idler Standoff
31
22-139
Bearing, Idler Pulley
32
22-1317
Machined Idler Pulley
33
A11799 *
28 Tooth, Timing Belt Pulley
34
22-1316
Key, 1/8" X 1/8" X 3/4" Long
35
8156-48C
5/16"-18 X 1 1/2" L, HHCS
36
7486-07
5/16" X 3/4", Flat Washer
37
7734-07
5/16", Lock Washer
38
20-6613
Retaining Ring, 5105-37. Bowded External
39
78002-00
3/8" NPT Plug
Qty
1
1
4
4
7
4
2
1
4
1
4
-1
2
2
2
2
2
1
4
2
2
8
8
2
6
4
2
-1
2
1
1
2
1
2
4
2
2
4
2
4
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DUAL-HEADED PUMP assembly - PARTS LIST (Cont.)
(Figure 11)
Item #
Part #
40
----
41
22-1348
42
8532-24C
43
77367-00
44
20-3667
45
20-4332
46
20-6619
47
20-6612
48
22-1330
49
20-6199
50
22-1328
5122-1327
52
22-1326
53
20-3111
54
20-6664
55
22-335
56
22-6494
57
77305-00
58
20-1671-1
Description
----
Timing Belt
5/16"-18 X 3/4" L, SHCS
Valve Seat
#6 Flat Washer
#6 Lock Washer
#6-32 X 1/4" L, Button Head Machine Screw
Retaining Ring, 5101-50, Bowded External
Outer Magnetic Element Assembly
Set Screw, #10-32 X 3/16" Long
Bearing Retainer
Bearing
Drive Shaft
1/8" NPT, Pipe Plug
Retaining Ring, 5101-37, Bowded External
Seal, Solvent Inlet Port
Screw, M8 X 1, 16mm Long
Name Plate
Stick Screw
Qty
-1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
2
4
2
2
4
1
2
* Ratio is controlled based on pump sizes (cc's/rev.) and the size of the 2 drive pulleys
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Figure 12: 77671-00 5-Way Ball Valve Assembly
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77671-00 5-WAY BALL VALVE ASSEMBLY - PARTS LIST
(Figure 12)
Item #
Part #
1
20-317
278959-00
3
7554-03
472-1217
5
20-4609
67554-36
778957-00
8
7554-09
978955-00
107554-07
1120-3467
1278958-00
13
20-4677
1478960-00
15
20-2652
16
78965-00
177554-122
18
79205-00
1978951-00
20
78963-00
21
79204-00
2278953-00
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Description
#10-32 X 1/2", SHCS
Housing
O-Ring, 1/8" ID X 1/4" OD
Bearing
Belleville Washer
O-Ring
Piston
O-Ring, 3/8" ID X 1/2" OD
Stem
O-Ring
O-Ring
Gasket
#8-32 X 1/2" L, SHCS
Housing
#8-32 X 3/8" L, SHCS
Retainer Plate
O-Ring
Seal, Upper
Ball
Body, 5-Way, Stainless Steel
Lower Seal
Plug
Qty
4
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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TROUBLESHOOTING
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
Over the next several pages are block diagrams
of the following components of the RCS-2 control
system:
• Main Control Console
• Motor Amplifier Panel
• Fluid Panel
• RCS Interface PC Board
• Channel PC Board
UMBILICAL CORD
SIGNALS
Following the ribbon cable charts are charts of
the umbilical cords (cable assemblies that run
from the main control console to the motor amplifier panels). These charts outline what signals
are carried by which pins, wires, and wire pairs.
These charts can be used to aid in tracing down
signal (or lack of signal) issues between the main
control console and the motor amplifier panels.
These drawings can be used to get an overall
picture of function of each panel and control board
and how they interact.
RIBBON CABLE
INTERCONNECT CHARTS
Following the block diagrams are charts showing
how the ribbon cable assemblies connect the
channel boards and the interface board to the
breakout boards mounted on the back panel of the
main control console. (The breakout boards are
simply pass-through circuit boards that "breakout"
the ribbon cable signals to screw terminals for
easy field connections.) These charts detail what
signals are passed to/from the channel boards and
the interface board so that these signals can be
easily traced for troubleshooting purposes.
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Figure 17: Control Console Block Diagram
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Figure 18: Motor Amplifier Block Diagram
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Figure 19: Fluid Panel Block Diagram
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Figure 20: Channel Board Block Diagram
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Figure 21: Interface Board Block Diagram
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INTERCONNECT CHART FOR CHANNELS 1, 3, 5, AND 7
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INTERCONNECT CHART FOR CHANNELS 2, 4, 6, AND 8
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INTERCONNECT CHART FOR SYSTEM I/0 SIGNALS
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EVEN NUMBERED CHANNEL UMBILICAL CORD SIGNALS
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WARRANTY POLICIES
LIMITED WARRANTY
Ransburg will replace or repair without charge any
part and/or equipment that falls within the specified
time (see below) because of faulty workmanship
or material, provided that the equipment has been
used and maintained in accordance with Ransburg's written safety and operating instructions,
and has been used under normal operating conditions. Normal wear items are excluded.
THE USE OF OTHER THAN RANSBURG APPROVED PARTS, VOID ALL WARRANTIES.
SPARE PARTS: One hundred and eighty (180)
days from date of purchase, except for rebuilt
parts (any part number ending in "R") for which
the warranty period is ninety (90) days.
EQUIPMENT: When purchased as a complete unit,
(i.e., guns, power supplies, control units, etc.), is
one (1) year from date of purchase. WRAPPING
THE APPLICATOR IN PLASTIC, SHRINK-WRAP,
ETC., WILL VOID THIS WARRANTY.
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RANSBURG'S ONLY OBLIGATION UNDER
THIS WARRANTY IS TO REPLACE PARTS THAT
HAVE FAILED BECAUSE OF FAULTY WORKMANSHIP OR MATERIALS. THERE ARE NO
IMPLIED WARRANTIES NOR WARRANTIES OF
EITHER MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. RANSBURG ASSUMES NO LIABILITY FOR INJURY, DAMAGE
TO PROPERTY OR FOR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF GOODWILL OR
PRODUCTION OR INCOME, WHICH RESULT
FROM USE OR MISUSE OF THE EQUIPMENT
BY PURCHASER OR OTHERS.
EXCLUSIONS:
If, in Ransburg's opinion the warranty item in
question, or other items damaged by this part
was improperly installed, operated or maintained,
Ransburg will assume no responsibility for repair
or replacement of the item or items. The purchaser, therefore will assume all responsibility for any
cost of repair or replacement and service related
costs if applicable.
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APPENDIX A: UPDATING THE firmware and software on the rcs-2
NOTE
> It is highly recommended that all parameter data be backed up to a USB
memory stick prior to reprogramming any
of the cards or replacing the user-interface
software.
Programming Cable
The cable used for programming both the channel
card and the interface card for the RCS-2 has a
Part Number A11892-00. It has two separate
parts. One is simply a length of ribbon cable with
a DB-9 male connector at one end and a DB-9
female connector at the other end. This cable is
used to flash the memory on the channel card as
well as accessing the serial port on the interface
card for resetting job data and totals or modifying
Ethernet configuration data. When flashing the
memory on the interface card, the two cables
should be used together. (See Figure 1)
Programming the Channel Card
(78814-01, 78814-02)
NOTE
> Always remove the interface card (7881801) from the rack prior to programming any
channel card! Failing to do so will damage
the interface card.
1. It is highly recommended that all connections
and disconnections to programming ports on all
PC boards be made with the power turned off to
the RCS-2 rack. That being said, power down the
rack prior to proceeding with this process.
Plug the RCS-2 Serial Cable (see Figure 1) into
the serial port of a PC or Laptop and the serial
port on the front of the channel card.
NOTE
> DO NOT attach the Interface Card
Adapter.
Figure 1: A11892-00 Programming Cable Set
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6. Select the "Find File to Dowload" button.
7. Select the drive and folder where the new
firmware is located and then select the file.
Figure 2: Channel Card (78814-01, 78814-02)
3. Turn power on to the rack.
4. On the PC, select the Bootloader program
supplied to you by Ransburg. (If this software
is not yet installed on the PC or Laptop, please
install it at this time.)
Figure 3: Select Folder/File
8. Select the Open button.
9. The downloader software screen should display
the file you selected.
5. Once the software is running, a screen that
looks like Figure 3 should appear.
Figure 4: Ready To Download
Figure 3: Programming Software
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10. Push the Download button. The program will
download the new firmware to the flash memory
on the card and show a status bar as it is doing so.
11. Once the program has completed downloading
the entire code, the following screen will display.
Figure 5: Removal of Programming Jumper
4. Reinsert the Interface card into the rack.
Figure 4: Download Completed
5. Insert the rectangular connector on the Interface Card Adapter Cable (Figure 5) into the port
on the lower left side on the front face plate of
the module. (This is the rectangular hole in the
aluminum plate labeled PRG/DB.)
12. Push the Done button to close the program.
13. Once the download process is complete,
the power should be cycled on the rack to reset
the channel card and allow it to reload its job
parameters.
14. After power has been cycled, the faults on the
RCS-2 may need to be cleared. On power-up, the
interface card will automatically load the default
job parameters to the channel card. If an alternate
set of job data is required, follow the standard
procedure to load the proper job data.
Programming the Interface Card
(78818-01)
1. Turn the power off to the rack.
2. Remove the Interface Card from the rack.
3. To download new software to the interface card
requires the card to be put into programming mode.
This is done by removing the jumper JMP7 from
the board (see Figure 5). To prevent the jumper
from being misplaced, it is recommended that
you plug one side of the jumper into one of the 2
pins. This will hold the jumper while the module
is being used in the programming mode.
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The cable should be inserted with the red marking
on the cable in the up or top position. If the cable
has two rectangular connectors on it, use the one
labeled PROG.
6. The other end of the cable should be plugged
into the serial port of the programming terminal
(PC or Laptop). Use the Serial Cable extension,
if necessary.
Figure 10: Choose File
7. Apply power to the rack.
NOTE
12. OK will send the file and the following messages wil appear during the download process:
Sending Coldloader, Sending Pilot Bios, Erasing
Flash, and Sending Program.
> The Reset lamp on the Interface Card
will be flashing. This is normal.
8. Open the Rabbit Field Utility (RFU.exe) program
on the PC or Laptop.
Figure 11: Programming Status Bar
Error Notes:
a.
Figure 9: Rabbit Field Utility
9. Select the File pull down menu.
10. Select the Load Flash Image.
11. Select the file you wish to download.
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If you receive an error such as coldloader.bin file or Flash Table file not found, select the Setup pulldown menu and then select File Locations. There are 3 fields that need to be filled in with the locations of those files.
b. If you receive an error indicating that the Rabbit Processor was not found or an Error Reading or Writing Bits, make sure the rack is powerd up, the jumper JMP7 is removed from the board, the connector is firmly connected to the programming port, and that the programming connector is inserted with Pin #1 in the up position.
13. Once programming is complete, power down
the rack.
14. Remove the Rabbit programming cable from the
card and programming PC or Laptop.
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15. Remove the Interface Card from the Rack.
16. Replace jumper JMP7 in its original location.
17. Reinsert the Interface Card into the Rack.
18. Reinstall Channel Card or Cards if they were
removed prior to software upgrade.
19. Power up the rack.
20. Errors may be indicated on the Error Log screen.
They can be reset.
21. The new version of software can be validated by
confirming the new software in the CONFIG SYSTEM
(F1) touch screen and selecting VERSION INFO (F2).
NOTE
> Jumper JMP7 can be installed on the
board during the following setup procedures.
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2. The other end of the Serial Cable is to be
plugged into the serial port of the programming
terminal (PC or Laptop).
3.Open the Hyper Terminal program from the
Windows Start Menu (or any other similar terminal
emulation program that works with the RS-232
serial port).
4. If HyperTerminal was not previously setup for
use with the RCS-2 Interface Card, configure it
with the following settings:
a. Baud Rate = 38400
b. Data Bits =8
c. Parity = None
d. Stop Bits = 1
e. Flow Control = Xon/Xoff
f. Emulation = VT100
Interface Card Configuration
Procedure
1. Insert the Serial Cable into the RS-232 port on the
front of the face plate of the Interface Card.
5. Power up on interface card and the Hyper Terminal will display the software version followed by
some diagnostic information than the IP configuration information. It will then prompt the user to
"Press any key within 3 seconds to enter console
mode".
6. Hit the space bar (or any convenient key) to enter the console configurator. The unit will respond
to the key press with a ">" prompt. (If repeated
key hits fails to get a response from the unit and
it continues on into normal operation mode, make
sure you have Xon/Xoff setup as your flow control
mode and emulation is setup as VT100.)
Figure 13: RS-232 Port
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8. It is highly recommended that all job data be
reset ever time new software has been loaded into
the card as old data can become corrupted in the
flashing process. If it is necessay to clear the Job
data, type INITDATA and depress the enter key.
NOTE
Figure 14: Interface Configuration Screen
NOTE
> There are 7 possible commands that
can be executed from the console mode:
HELP - This command lists all the possible console commands.
IPCONFIG - Allows the user to change
the IP configuration data.
CLEARTOTALS - Allows the user to clear
all totalization data stored in memory.
INITDATA - Allows user to delete all job
data stored in memory.
PING - Allows user to ping devices on
the Ethernet network.
RESET - Resets the card (same as cycling power).
RUN - Takes the card out of console
mode into normal operation mode.
> This clears all Job data from the battery
backed memory on the interface card. Make
sure this data has been backed up prior to
doing Step 2.
9. Type "Run" and hit the enter key to restart the
software running on the interface card.
10. Upon completion of the previous steps, the
power should be turned off, the serial cables removed, and the power turned back on.
This should complete the interface card setup.
User Interface Software (Touchscreen Software)
1. The new software should be copied to a USB
memory stick. Insert the memory stick into any one
of the USB ports on the back of the touchscreen.
2. Shutdown the User-Interface software from
the main screen of the RCS-2 (F12).
3. Using the Windows software functions, find your
memory stick and copy the files supplied to you
by Ransburg to the RCS-2 folder inside of the My
Documents folder on the desktop. If prompted,
confirm the overwriting of existing files with the
same file names.
4. Remove the memory device from the RCS-2
main control PC.
7. To setup the IP address for the card, type IPCONFIG at the ">" prompt and follow the directions.
(Make sure to save the new configuration to flash
memory when prompted.)
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5. Cycle power and verify that the user interface
software reloads automatically on startup.
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APPENDIX B: ERROR LOG CHART
Error
Name
Source
Description
Input Under
Pressure
Channel
Card
Pump inlet pressure is below the
Minimum Pressure value specified
in the Channel Configuration
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
No material available to pump inlet.
Material supply pressure is too low.
Loss of supply air to the E/P transducer that controls the pump inlet pressure.
Loss of electrical supply or control signal to the E/P transducer that controls the pump inlet pressure.
Failure of the E/P transducer that controls the pump inlet pressure.
Failure of the pressure regulator that
controls the pump inlet pressure.
Failure of the pump inlet pressure sensor.
Minimum Inlet Pressure value specified in the Channel Configuration is too high.
Input Over
Pressure
Channel
Card
Pump inlet pressure is above the
Maximum Pressure value specified
in the Channel configuration.
1.
2.
3.
Failure of the E/P transducer that controls the pump inlet pressure.
Failure of the pressure regulator that
controls the pump inlet pressure.
Maximum Inlet Pressure value specified in the Channel Configuration is too low.
Output Under Pressure
Channel
Card
Pump outlet pressure is below the
Minimum Pressure value specified
in the Channel Configuration
1. Pump is not turning.
2. Material is not available at pump inlet.
3. Failure of pump outlet pressure sensor.
4. Minimum Outlet Pressure value specified
in the Channel Configuation is too high.
Output Over
Pressure
Channel
Card
Pump outlet pressure is above the
Maximum Pressure value specified
in the Channel Configuration
1. Restriction in the fluid line.
2. For Autmatic guns, failure of applicator
trigger valve.
3. Maximum Outlet pressure value specified
in the Channel Configuration is too low.
Flow Rate
Out of Tolerance
Channel
Card
The difference between the
commanded flow rate (RPM) of the
pump and the actual flow rate
measured from the feedback signal
exceeds +/- 2 times the Flow Rate/
Ratio Tolerance Percentage value
specified in the Gun Configuration
1.
2.
Loss of feedback signal from motor ampli-
fier or flow meter.
Incorrect Calibration Factor in Channel
Configuration.
Channel
Card
The electrical current from the
Hardener Flow sensor is less than
1 milliamp
1.
2.
3.
There is no hardener flow due to the pump not operating or an obstruction in the
hardener fluid line.
Electrical connection problems.
Failure of Hardener Flow sensor.
Hardener
Flow Loss
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Explanation and/or Possible Causes
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APPENDIX B: ERROR LOG CHART (Continued)
Error
Name
Source
Description
Pressure
Pot Empty
Channel
Card
The system has determined the
pressure pot is empty for the
respective channel
1. The value entered for the pressure pot
Capacity in the Job Configuration is
Incorrect.
2. The operator neglected to reset the
Pressure Pot.
Capacity when it was last filled.
3. Pressure Pot is empty.
Inlet
Pressure
Loss
Channel
Card
The electrical current from the
Pump Inlet
Pressure Sensor is less than 1
milliamp
1. Electrical connection problems.
2. Failure of Pump Inlet Pressure sensor.
Outlet
Pressure
Loss
Channel
Card
The electrical current from the
Pump Outlet
Pressure sensor is less than 1
milliamp
1. Electrical connection problems.
2. Failure of Pump Outlet Pressure sensor.
Analog
Remote
Loss
Channel
Card
The electrical current from the
Remote Analog Setpoint source is
less than 1 milliamp
1. Electrical connection problems.
2. The Remote Analog Setpoint source is
configured for voltage instead of current
loop.
Ratio Out of
Tolerance
Channel
Card
The difference between the desired ratio and the actual ratio,
expressed as a percentage error,
exceeds the Flow Rate/Ratio Tolerance Percentage value specified
in the Gun
Configuration.
1. Loss of feedback signal from motor amplifier or flow meter.
2. Incorrect Calibration Factor in Channel
Configuration.
3. One or both channel is unable to deliver the correct flow rate due to restriction in the
fluid line, lack of material.
Motor
Amplifier
Fault
Channel
Card
The motor amplifier has detected
a fault condition.
1. Reference the motor amplifier diagnostics
to determine the cause of the fault.
Analog
Feather
Loss
Channel
Card
The electrical current from the
Feather pressure sensor is less
than 1 milliamp
1. Electrical connection problems.
2. Failure of Feather Pressure sensor.
Analog
Spare Loss
Channel
Card
The electrical current from the
Spare Analog Input sensor is less
than 1 milliamp
1. Electrical connection problems.
2. Failure of Spare Analog input sensor.
Foldback
Pressure
Reached
Channel
Card
The Pump Outlet pressure has
exceeded the Foldback Pressure
value specified in the System
Configuration
1. This error is normal when operating in Fast Fill or Channel Fill mode.
2. For Automatic guns, restriction in the fluid line.
3. For Automatic guns, failure of applicator
trigger valve.
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APPENDIX B: ERROR LOG CHART (Continued)
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Error
Name
Source
Description
Pot Life
Expired
Channel
Card
Mixed material in the applicator fluid
line has remained beyond the Pot
Life Time specified in the Job
Configuration.
1. Mixed material has remained in the
applicator fluid line beyond the Pot Life Time specified in the Job Configuration.
2. The Flow Rate Setpoint specified in the Job Configuration, or via the Remote Analog Setpoint, or via Remote I/O, is not high enough to move the Mixed Volume specified in the Gun Configuration during the Pot Life Time specified in the Job Configuration.
System
Over Pressure
Channel
Card
Either the Pump Outlet or Inlet pressure exceeded the Over-Pressure
Limit specified in the System
Configuration.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Channel
Card Parameter
Fault
Channel
Card
Invalid parameter entered in either
the Channel or Job Configuration.
1. Hardener No Flow value specified in the Slave Channel Configuration is less than 4.0 milliamps.
2. Hardener Flow On value specified in the Slave Channel Configuration is greater than 20.0 milliamps.
3. Hardener No Flow value specified in the Slave Channel Configuration is greater than Hardener Flow On value specified in the Slave Channel Configuration.
4. Any Minimum Pressure or Maximum
Pressure value specified in the Channel Configuration or Feather Pressure specified in the Job Configuration exceeds the Over Pressure Limit value specified in the
System Configuration.
Channel
Card SPI
Fault
Channel
Card
No communication via the Serial
Peripheral Interface (SPI) bus has
occurred between the Interface
Card and Channel Card for more
than one second.
1.
2.
3.
Channel
Card Internal Fault
Channel
Card
The timer interrupt service routine is 1. A firmware bug is preventing completion of unable to execute the required firm- required logic in the time between timer in-
ware logic in the time between time terrupts.
interrupts.
Interface
SPI Fault
Interface
Card
The Interface Card detected an er- 1. This error may occur when the system is ror while attempting to communicate first powered up and may be ignored.
with a Channel Card via the Serial
Peripheral Interface (SPI) bus.
Explanation and/or Possible Causes
Failure of the E/P transducer that controls the pump inlet pressure.
Failure of the pressure regulator that
controls the pump inlet pressure.
Restriction in the fluid line.
For Automatic guns, failure of applicator
trigger valve.
Over-Pressure Limit value specified in the System Configuration is too low.
Interface Card is no longer functioning.
Failure of the mother board (backplane).
A firmware bug is preventing service of the SPI bus communications.
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Appendix C: MOTOR AMPLIFIER LED DISPLAY
FAULT CODES (part 1)
GE fanuc amplifier
LED Display
Definition
Explanation and/or Possible Causes
PF
Power Failure
This display indicates that the 120 VAC power supply to the
motor amplifier has been cycled (turned off and back on).
LE
Loss Enable
This display indicates that the enable signal to the motor amplifier from the RCS-2 channel card is low or disabled. (This
is normal when the unit is in the Ready or Halted state.)
FE
Following Error
This display indicates that the motor amplifier has commanded the motor to turn at a certain speed but was unable to
maintain that speed. This usually indicates a motor, pump, or
magnetic coupling that is bound up and not able to turn freely.
EI
Excessive Command Increment
This indicates that the motor amplifer was commanded by the
RCS-2 channel card to turn faster than the motor is capable
of turning. This typically indicates that improper parameters
have been programmed into the RCS-2. Verify parameters
such as pump size, calibration factor, maximum pump speed,
and maximum flow.
FL
Feedback Lost
This indicates that the motor amplifier is no longer receiving feedback from the resolver mounted inside of the motor
enclosure. Check the two cables running from the back of
the motor to the bottom of the motor amplifier panel and the
cables inside of the motor amplifier panel running from the
motor amplifier to the bottom of the panel.
OV
Motor Power Over Voltage
This indicates that the voltage being supplied to the motor
amplifier is excessive. Check the AC power supply voltage to
the motor amplifer panel.
EC
Motor Power Clamp Excessive
Duty Cycle
OC
Motor Over-Current Fault
This indicates that the motor amplifier has exceeded the allowable current limit for the motor. This usually indicates a
motor, pump, or magnetic coupling that is bound up and not
able to turn freely.
MT
Motor Over-Temperature Fault
This indicates that the motor is running excessively hot. Look
for binding of the motor magnetic coupling, or pump.
DT
Drive Over-Temperature
This indicates that the driver circuitry in the motor amplifier has
exceeded the allowable temperature for that circuitry. This
could indicate a failure in the motor amplifier itself, a failure in
the motor, or a bound motor, pump, or magnetic coupling.
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Appendix C: motor amplifier led display
fault codes (part 2)
amplifier
Status LED
Blink Code
Fault Description
Explanation and/or Possible Causes
ON
No faults, power stage Enabled
Normal opertion.
OFF
Control power not applied or
insufficient control power applied
Loose or open circuit wiring of control power input. Low
input voltage to control power supply.
Fast Blink
No faults, power stage Disabled
Hardware or Software Enable inactive. To enable drive,
apply hardware enable and set software enable.
1
Not Assigned
2
Motor Over Temp
3
Drive Over/Under Temp
High ambient temperature at motor.
Insufficient motor heat sinking from motor mounting.
Motor temperature exceeds allowed Operating above the motor's continuous current rating.
Motor temperature sensor failure or not connected.
limit
Temperature of drive heatsink/
chassis is outside of allowed limits
4
Drive I*t Too High
The product of the drives output
current multiplied by time has
exceeded allowed limits.
If current foldback is enabled, the
drive peak output current automatically reduces to 0.67% of DIpeak.
If foldback is not enabled, the drive
will fault.
5
Motor I*I*t Too High
Motor current amplitude squared
multiplied by time has exceed
allowed limits
6
Optional Battery low
Optional fault used to indicate SFD
battery supply voltage is low
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High or low drive ambient temperature.
Restriction of cooling air due to insufficient space
around unit.
Operating above the drive's continuous current rating.
Mechanically-jammed motor.
Motion profile acceleration requires peak current for too
long of a time duration.
Machine load on the motor increased by friction.
Wiring problem between drive and motor yielding
improper motion.
Motor commutation error.
Drive under-sized for application, friction, or load.
Mechanically-jammed motor.
Motion profile acceleration requires peak current for too
long of a time duration.
Machine load on the motor increased by friction.
Motor commutation error.
Motor under-sized for application, friction, or load.
Battery low fault enabled and battery is not installed.
SFD Battery back-up voltage is low.
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Appendix c: motor amplifier led display fault codes (part 2)
(Continued)
amplifier
Status LED
Blink Code
7
Fault Description
Explanation and/or Possible Causes
Bus Over Voltage - Self Resetting
AC Line voltage (AC unit) or DC bus power supply
voltage (DC unit) is too high.
Regenative energy during deceleration is cusing the
BUS to rise:
On AC Drives add regen resistor.
On S200 DC input drives external BUS capacitor is too
small; add capacitance.
The BUS voltage has exceeded
the upper threshold limit
8
Bus Under Voltage - Self Resetting
S200 DC drive fault only
BUS voltage is below specified 20
VDC minimum
9
Motor I-I or I-n Short
Line-to-Line, Line-to-Neutral, or
Line-to-PE short on the motor ouput causing an instataneous over
current
On S200 DC input drives:
BUS voltage is too low.
BUS voltage is pulled down during high acceleration or
loading.
External BUS capacitor is too small.
Motor power wiring short circuit - line-to-ground/neutral.
Motor cable short line-to-line.
Motor power cable length exceeds the data sheet
specification causing excessive motor line-to-earth
ground/neutral capacitance.
Internal motor winding short circuit.
Motor L too small.
KIP set too large.
10
Output Over Current
Insufficient motor inductance
KIP or KII improperly set causing excessive output
current overshoots.
11
Hall Fault
Invalid configuration.
Motor overspeed.
Invalid hall state.
Invalid hall transition.
Valid only when drive is set to 6
Step (Hall feedback) operation
12
SFD Configuration Error
SFD UART error during SFD initialization.
Bad motor data check sum.
The drive will attempt to initialize the SFD up to 4 times.
If it fails, this error is reported.
13
J3 FB +5V Short
Excessive loading on SFD +5 supply.
Short in the feedback cable on SFD +5 (J3-1) to ground.
Excessive current drain on SFD +5
supply output
14
SFD Motor Data Error
Motor data in SFD is outside drive
limits or is inconsistent
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Motor and Drive are not compatible. Auto setup
calculation yielded a desired parameter value outside
valid range.
Incorrect/inconsistent motor data loaded into the SFD.
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(Continued)
amplifier
Status LED
Blink Code
73
Fault Description
Explanation and/or Possible Causes
15
SFD Sensor Failure
Internal SFD failure.
Excessive electrical noise in the drive environment
causing communications interference.
16
SFD UART Error
Internal SFD failure.
17
SFD Communication Error
Feedback cable not connected at the drive or at the
motor.
Feedback cable shield not connected.
Defective feedback cable.
Internal SFD failure.
Excessive electrical noise in the drive environment
causing communications interference.
18
Option Card Watch Dog Time Out
Communication error between option card and main
board.
19
Position Error Too Large
Check ExtFaults:
ExtFaults = Step size over flow means
GearOut/GearIn is too large.
ExtFaults = Position error over flow means that the
following error, = PosErr, has exceeded ±128 revs.
Check if the motor is stalling or if the commanded speed
is higher than the motor can achieve at the present bus
voltage.
20
Option Card Fault
Check ExtFaults:
If ExtFaults is AuxFBFault, then the AusFB device is in
error.
Check the AuxFB faults: AuxFBEnDatFlt, AuxFBPTCFit,
or AuxFBSCDFlt.
Check to make sure the the drive is set up for the correct feedback device and that the device is functioning
correctly. If ExtFaults is "No Extended Fault", then this
was a fault induced by the controller, such as SynqLost.
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APPENDIX D: CALIBRATING THE PRESSURE
TRANSDUCERS (PART 1)
Calibrating the 22-546
Transducer
Calibration Procedure:
1. Ensure that the pressure transducer (22546) is tightened in the manifold to a torque
specification of 42 -48 in•lbs2.
2. Connect the transducer using the calibration cable (22-1520) to a power supply and a digital ammeter as shown.
3. Set the ammeter to read current in the range
of 0 to 20 mA.
4. Turn on the power supply.
5. Remove the screw cap covering the adjustment screw on the pressure transducer (if one
is installed).
6. Adjust the potentiometer in the pressure transducer such the current reading on the
ammeter is 4.05 mA.
7. Replace cap in adjustment potentiometer hole.
8. Turn off power supply and return pressure transducer to service.
If transducer will not adjust to approximately 4.05
mA, it should be replaced.
22-546 TRANSDUCER - PARTS LIST
Item #
1
2
3
4
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Part #
22-911
22-546
7554-12
22-1520
Description
Manifold Assembly
Pressure Transducer
O-Ring
Calibration Cable Assembly
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APPENDIX D: CALIBRATING THE PRESSURE
TRANSDUCERS (PART 2)
6. The calibrator will then advise that it is about
to connect to the transducer and prompt you to
push F1 to continue or F2 to quit.
7. The unit then checks its battery, then powers
up the transducer, connects to the transducer,
then downloads the necessary data from the
transducer. The calibrator will display the serial
number of the transducer and prompt you to push
F1 to continue.
To calibrate the pressure transducers (22-910)
an electronic calibrator will be required (A10551).
The pressure transducer should be removed
from the system to be calibrated or insure that all
pressure has been released from the system. Do
not remove the transducer from its manifold block
as retightening of the sensor in the manifold block
could effect the calibration.
Use the following steps to calibrate a transducer:
1. Prior to connecting anything to the calibrator
(A10551), power up the unit by pressing the ON
button on the calibrator.
2. You should be prompted to push the F1 button
to continue.
3. The unit should then prompt you to connect the
cable with the transducer connector on one end
to the transducer and then to the left connector
in the top of the calibrator.
8. The calibrator will then display: ZERO ADJUSTMENT, with the options of F1 to quit, F2 to
increase the value, and F3 to decrease the value.
Examine the value displayed on the DVM. Adjust
it so it reads 4.01 to 4.03 mA.
NOTE
> Each time you press the F2 or F3 buttons
to increase or decrease the value, the calibrator must download that to the sensor so
there is a slight delay. The unit will display:
Writing... Done, F1 to continue. Repeat the
process as many times as necessary to get
the proper current displayed on the DVM.
Once the adjustments are completed, push the
F1 key to exit. the unit powers down.
Disconnect the transducer from the calibrator and
return it to service.
4. You should then be prompted to connect the
second cable to the mA input of a DVM and the
other end to the right connector in the top of the
calibrator.
5. You will then be prompted to set the DVM for
current.
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APPENDIX E: RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS
A10549 MAIN CONTROL CONSOLE - PARTS LIST
Item #
Part #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
78835-01
TR-SSEH-471
TR-SSEH-472
LSME0005-00
LSME0006-00
74300-00
76948-00
77384-00
A10530-00
A10705-02
78818-00
77377-22
A10998-00
78816-00
A10554-00
A11530-00
A10586-03
A10587-02
22-1108
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Description
24 VDC Power Supply
5 Amp (AGC) Fuse
10 Amp (AGC) Fuse
NO Contact Block
NC Contact Block
120VAC Pilot Lamp
On-Off Switch Actuator
E-Stop Switch Actuator
Rack Assembly
Touch Screen PC
Interface Board
RIO Interface Board (Optional)
Ethernet Switch
Backplane PC Board
Terminal Board (Channel I/O)
Terminal Board (System I/))
64 Conductor Ribbon Cable
50 Conductor (TP) Ribbon Cable
Power Line Filter
Channel Board (Note: The quantities channel
boards is dependent on the number of
channels used and is, therefore, included with
the Motor Amplifier Panel list.)
Quantity Being Purchased
4
8
1
2
1
5
5
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
5
5
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
5
5
2
2
2
1
1
0
1
2
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
2
10
10
2
2
5
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
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(Continued)
A10776 MOTOR AMPLIFIER PANEL - PARTS LIST
Item #
Part #
1
2
78814-01/-02
A10783-01
A12219-01
75337-06
SSS-7016
TR-SSEH-471
TR-SSEH-472
22-1050
22-1046
22-1245
73837-08
78643-00
A10490-00
A10491-00
A10528-00
22-1045
22-1108
A10785-01
A10786-00
A10787-00
41-VSO-1005
A12220-00
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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Description
Channel Board
Motor Drive Amplifier (GE Fanuc)
Motor Drive Amplifier
24VDC Power Supply
24VDC Relay
5 Amp (AGC) Fuse
10 Amp (AGC) Fuse
Flow Switch Amplifier
Flow Monitor Control Unit
Zener Barrier for 4-20mA (Pres. Xducers)
Zener Barrier for 24VDC (Rem. Oper. Panel)
E to P Transducer
Tachometer Cable (GE Fanuc Amps)
Motor Drive Cable (GE Fanuc Amps))
Pressure Transducer Cable
Catalyst Flow Sensor Cable
Power Line Filter
Color Change Controller Brain (Opt.)
Color Change Controller Input Module (Opt.)
Color Change Controller Output Module (Opt.)
Solenoid Valve (Opt.)
Motor Drive Cable
Quantity Being Purchased
4
8
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
2
1
1
5
5
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
5
5
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
5
5
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
0
0
1
2
1
2
2
10
10
1
1
2
2
3
2
2
4
2
2
1
1
2
4
2
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APPENDIX E: RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS
(Continued)
A10948 FLUID PANEL - PARTS LIST
Item #
Part #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
22-910
22-556
77669-00
77671-00
22-451
22-420
22-1043
22-1045
22-1044
77844-XX
77844-XX
22-337
22-383
97-2019
22-336
16
17
7554-119
22-854
18
22-862
19
22-333
20
21
22-379
22-5740
22
22-335
23
24
25
22-947
22-945
22-939
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Pressure Transducer Assembly
Pilot Operated Bellows Valve
Pilot Operated Ball Valve
Manually Operated Ball Valve
Spiral Mixer
Mix Manifold W/Check Valve
Catalyst Flow Sensor
Catalyst Flow Sensor Cable
Manifold for Flow Sensor
Resin Pump Assembly
Catalyst Pump Assembly
Bypass Valve Assembly
Lip Seal for Pump
Diaphragm for Pump Bypass Valve
O-Ring Seals for Pump Bypass Valve and
between Flushable Pump and Manifold
O-Ring for Bearing Housing
O-Ring for Back Side of Magnetic Coupling
Housing (Used on both style pumps.)
O-Ring for Front Side of Magnetic Coupling
Housing (Used on both style pumps.)
O-Ring for Fluid Inlet and Outlet FittingsORing used between Non-Flushable Pump and
Manifold
O-Ring used between Non-Flushable Pump
and Manifold
O-Ring used between Non-Flushable Pump
and Manifold
Magnetic Coupling Housing Bushing
Magnetic Coupling Housing Assembly
Inner Pole Ring Assembly
Quantity Being Purchased
4
8
1
2
1
0
1
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
4
1
1
1
1
4
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
4
2
1
1
2
8
2
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
8
4
2
2
4
16
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
16
2
2
2
2
4
4
8
8
2
2
4
8
4
4
8
16
2
1
2
1
4
2
8
4
1
1
2
4
1
0
0
1
0
0
2
1
1
4
1
1
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SEAL KITS, TOOLS, TUBING, ETC. - PARTS LIST
Item #
Part #
1
22-1285
2
22-1286
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
22-543
22-542
22-1033
22-1034
76698-00
SSP-5020
TR-SSEM-548
77587-00
9704-03
H-2338
Description
Color (Resin) Pump Seal Kit
Includes: (1) 22-335, (2) 22-336, (1) 3076-20
Hardener (Catalyst) Pump Seal Kit
Includes: (1) 22-336, (1) 22-364, (1) 22-366,
(1) 22-379
Hardener Seal Insertion Tool
Color Seal Insertion Tool
Male Dowel Insertion Tool
Female Dowel Insertion Tool
3/16" IC X 5/16" OD Tubing
3/8" OD Tubing
5/32" OD Polyethylene Tubing
3/16" OD Polyethylene Tubing
1/4" OD Polyethylene Tubing
3/8" OD Polyethylene Tubing
Quantity Being Purchased
4
8
1
2
1
2
4
8
1
2
4
8
1
1
1
1
10'
20'
50'
50'
50'
50'
1
1
1
1
10'
20'
50'
50'
50'
50'
1
1
1
1
20'
40'
50'
50'
50'
50'
2
2
2
2
50'
100'
100'
100'
100'
100'
A11095 REMOTE OPERATOR'S PANEL - PARTS LIST
Item #
1
2
79
Part #
13742-01
25766-106
Description
Air Flow Switch
Pressure Switch
Quantity Being Purchased
4
8
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
2
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APPENDIX F: SYSTEM LAYOUT
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS
CONTROL CONSOLE SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
CONTROL CONSOLE SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
CONTROL CONSOLE SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
CONTROL CONSOLE SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
MOTOR AMP PANEL SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
MOTOR AMP PANEL SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
MOTOR AMP PANEL SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
MOTOR AMP PANEL SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
MOTOR AMP PANEL SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
MOTOR AMP PANEL SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
MOTOR AMP PANEL SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
REMOTE OPERATOR PANEL SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
REMOTE OPERATOR PANEL SCHEMATIC
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APPENDIX G: SCHEMATICS (Continued)
FLUID PANEL SCHEMATIC
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MANUAL CHANGE SUMMARY
This manual was published to supercede Service Manual LN-9408-06.2, RCS-2 Parts, Maintenance
and Troubleshooting Manual to make the following changes:
1. Change logo.
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Service Manual Price: $50.00 (U.S.)
Manufacturing
1910 North Wayne Street
Angola, Indiana 46703-9100
Telephone: 260/665-8800
Fax: 260/665-8516
Technical/Service Assistance
Telephone: 800/ 233-3366
Fax: 419/ 470-2071
Technical Support Representative will direct you to the appropriate
telephone number for ordering Spare Parts.
© 2013 Ransburg. All Rights reserved.
Models and specifications subject to change without notice.
Form No. LN-9408-06.3
Litho in U.S.A.
04/13
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