Curtain Controller

Curtain Controller
Curtain Controller
Featuring The Enclosed Limit Switch And Pulley Covers
Operating and Installation Manual
PNEG-620-2
Date: 05-07-07
PNEG-620-2
User Manual
This manual contains information and instructions essential to the safe installation and use of
this Curtain Controller system. The manual should be read thoroughly before attempting any
installation or use of the Curtain Controller system. This manual should be kept with the Curtain
Controller system, or in a location where it can be readily accessed. Failure to read this manual
and its safety instructions is a misuse of the equipment.
Correct Use of Your Curtain Controller System
The Curtain Controller system is designed solely for the purpose of controlling temperature
curtains in livestock (swine and chicken) houses. Use of the system in any other way is a misuse
of the system and may endanger your or another person’s safety and health.
In the installation and use of the Curtain Controller system, only genuine GSI parts are to be
used. Use of other non-genuine parts is a misuse of the system, and may lead to dangerous
situations risking the safety and health of you and others.
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Table of Contents
Contents
Chapter 1 Safety .................................................................................................................................. 4
General Safety Statements ................................................................................................. 4
Controls ............................................................................................................................... 5
Safety Guards ..................................................................................................................... 5
Safety in Handling the Curtain Controller System ............................................................... 6
Maximum Load .................................................................................................................... 7
Safety In Maintenance ........................................................................................................ 7
Noise ................................................................................................................................... 7
Safety Decals and Warnings ............................................................................................... 7
Chapter 2 Safety Decals and Warning ............................................................................................... 8
Chapter 3 Installation ......................................................................................................................... 9
Chapter 4 Header Pulley ................................................................................................................... 12
Cable Configurations ......................................................................................................... 12
Chapter 5 Pulley Cover Mounting Instructions .............................................................................. 13
Attaching Pulley Covers to Pre-existing Cable: ................................................................. 13
Chapter 6 Maintenance ..................................................................................................................... 15
Safety in Maintenance and Repairs .................................................................................. 15
Chapter 7 Trouble Shooting Guide .................................................................................................. 16
Chapter 8 Part List ............................................................................................................................ 17
Enclosed Limit Switch Assembly ....................................................................................... 18
Motor Components ............................................................................................................ 20
Pulleys and Components .................................................................................................. 22
Chapter 9 Installation Kit .................................................................................................................. 24
AC 180-A Installation Kit (Purchased Separately) ............................................................ 25
AC 180-B Installation Kit (Purchased Separately) ............................................................ 27
AC 180-C Installation Kit (Purchased Separately) ............................................................ 28
AC 180-T Installation Kit (Purchased Separately) ............................................................. 30
Chapter 10 Wall Mount ..................................................................................................................... 32
Outside Endwall Mount .................................................................................................... 32
Outside Endwall Mount .................................................................................................... 32
Outside Endwall Mount .................................................................................................... 33
Outside Sidewall Mount ................................................................................................... 34
Inside Endwall Mount ....................................................................................................... 34
Chapter 11 Wiring ............................................................................................................................. 35
Potentiometer Wiring Diagram ......................................................................................... 35
Control Box Wiring ........................................................................................................... 36
Wiring Diagram For 110 V 60 Hz ..................................................................................... 37
Wiring Diagram For 220 V 50/60 Hz ................................................................................ 38
Chapter 12 Warranty ......................................................................................................................... 39
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Safety
1. SAFETY
1.1 General Safety Statements
The GSI Group Inc.’s Principal concern is your safety and the safety of others associated with
grain handling equipment. We want to keep you as a customer. This manual is to help you
understand safe operating procedures and some problems which may be encountered by the
operator and other personnel.
As owner and/or operator, it is your responsibility to know what requirements, hazards and
precautions exist and inform all personnel associated with, or in the area of the machine. Safety
precautions may be required from the personnel. Avoid any alteration to the equipment. Such
alterations may produce a very dangerous situation, where serious injury or death may occur.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you
to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety
messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible
injury or death.
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate
injury.
CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol indicates
a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
may result in property damage.
NOTE indicates information about the equipment that
you should pay special attention to.
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Safety
Danger!! Electrical Safety
Provision of an adequate and safe power supply to the Curtain Controller unit is essential
to your safety. GSI recommends that a competent and qualified electrician undertakes all
electrical wiring. All wiring is to be installed in accordance to the Local and National
Standards and Regulations. Electrical safety devices, Emergency Stop and Mains Isolator
are provided with the Curtain Controller system and are essential for your safety. These
should be installed as indicated in the enclosed installation instructions and in accordance
with the relevant directives in force.
1.2 Controls
The Curtain Controller is designed for use with manual or automatic temperature control. GSI
Inc’s. recommends the use of genuine GSI Controls. Use of any controllers that do not meet this
specification can pose a risk to health and safety and will lead to malfunction and failure of the
Curtain Controller.
This machine is not designed for use in atmospheres where the risk of explosion is foreseen.
Use in such an environment is prohibited. If in doubt, contact your dealer or GSI.
1.3 Safety Guards
The Curtain Controller system contains moving and electrical parts, which could cause serious
injury, even death if touched. Guards are placed on the machine to protect you. Operating the
machine at any time with guards removed or incorrectly fitted is a serious misuse of the machine
and endangers you and other people’s safety.
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Safety
1.4 Safety in Handling the Curtain Controller System
The Curtain Controller Unit Weights
Model #
Weight
CC2415
CC2430
104 Lb / 47 Kg
CC2460
I2430-50
CC3615
CC3630
119 Lb / 54 Kg
CC3660
I3630-50
CC4815
CC4830
135 Lb / 61 Kg
CC4860
I4830-50
CC6015
CC6030
151 Lb / 69 Kg
CC6060
I6030-50
All precautions should be taken when lifting and/or moving the unit to prevent the risk of physical
injury.
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1.5 Maximum Load
The Curtain Controllers with 15 RPM and 30 RPM gearmotors can lift a maximum of
4000 Lbs / 1814 Kg at a 1:2 pulley ratio. 60 RPM gearmotors can lift a maximum of
1000 Lbs / 453 Kg at a 1:2 pulley ratio.
1.6 Safety In Maintenance
While the Curtain Controller System is designed to keep maintenance to a minimum, some
repairs will be necessary in the course of the life of the machine. Do not attempt any repairs on
the machine unless you are competent to do so. Remember that the Curtain Controller operates
under automatic control and will start without warning. Never attempt any work on the Curtain
Controller without first isolating the machine from the main power, and locking the isolator so that
only you can turn the power back on.
For your safety, follow the guidelines given in the maintenance section of this manual.
Before restarting the Curtain Controller, ensure that all electrical enclosures are locked closed,
and all guards and other safety measures are correctly fitted.
If in any doubt, contact your dealer or GSI for assistance.
1.7 Noise
Tests on this machine have indicated noise levels at a position 1 meter from the drive unit,
1.6 meters above the ground do not exceed 70 dBa, continuous ‘A’ weighted sound pressure or
63 Pa, instantaneous ‘C’ weighted sound pressure.
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Safety Decals and Warnings
2. SAFETY DECALS AND WARNINGS
The following pages show you exactly where the safety signs and warnings (decals) should be
placed on your Curtain Controller. If a decal is missing, damaged or unreadable, please contact
your dealer or The GSI Group for a free replacement.
For Guidance or assistance on any issues relating to the safe use of your curtain controller
system contact the GSI Group, Inc. at 1-(217)-226-4449, or fax us at 1-800-432-4233.
The GSI Group, Inc.
1004 East Illinois Street
Assumption, Illinois 62510
Decal-889 is located above
the electrical box on the
outside of the Curtain
Controller
DC-889 is located on the
electrical unit within the
Curtain Controller
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Installation
3. INSTALLATION
This manual outlines the recommended sequence for the installation of the Curtain Controller
system. Following the sequence will proved the safest and easiest method of installation. Above
all, connection of the system to the electrical mains should be the final stage of installation.
Failure to observe this could lead to a fatal accident.
1. Unpack the Curtain Controller, remove the front cover and inspect the machine for visible
defects.
2. Select mounting configuration. (See examples of: wall mounts on page 32-34).
3. Screw one 3/8" x 3" lag bolt 6 1/2" below the desired height of the Curtain Controller.
Note: Leave 1 1/2" between the bolt head and the wall. (See Figure 3A )
1 1/2" between bolt
head and the wall.
Figure: 3A
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4. Using the “keyhole” slot in the back of the Curtain Controller, hang the machine on the 3" lag
bolt. (See Figure 3B )
Note: The 3" lag bolt should only be used to hang the machine to the wall. Do not attempt
to operate the machine until it is fully secured.
5. Secure the machine to the wall by using the (6) 3/8" x 2" lag bolts provided. (See Figure 3C )
6. Install pulleys, brackets, hand winches etc., according to the appropriate mounting
configuration.
7. Install the cabling through the pulleys, brackets, hand winches etc. according to appropriate
mounting configuration.
8. Install the cable into the Curtain Controller pulley cover and loop the cable around the pulley.
9. While the drive block is near the closed position (bottom of the drive screw), loop the
incoming cable through the U-bolt and fasten the cable to itself using (3) 3/16" cable clamps
per cable.
10. Wire the Curtain Controller to the appropriate control. (See Wiring Diagram on page 35).
11. Close the curtains / vents fully using the manual mode of the controls. Set the lower limit
using the lower limit adjustment collar.
Note: Be sure to tighten the limit switch adjustment collar. Failure to do so can cause
damage to the machine and barn. Take up excess slack in the cable using the
manual winch while paying close attention not to overtighten.
12. Open the curtains / vents to the desired height using the manual mode of the controls. Set
the upper limit switch adjustment collar.
Note: Be sure to tighten the limit switch adjustment collar. Failure to do so can cause
damage to the machine and barn.
13. Attach the door to the machine. This will protect the integrity of the machine and insure the
safety of those working on or near the machine.
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"Keyhole" slot used for
machine placement
before securing to the
wall.
Figure: 3B
Holes on both sides of
frame used for
mounting the Curtain
Controller to the wall.
Figure: 3C
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Header Pulley
4. HEADER PULLEY
Cable Configurations
Pulley Configuration(s):
Used When:
Pulling two curtains with the curtain
controller.
Pulling one curtains to the right of the
curtain controller.
Pulling one curtains to the left of the
curtain controller.
Curtain controller is mounted
horizontally. Remove the cap plugs in
the top of the machine and run cables
through the top holes.
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Pulley Cover Mounting Instructions
5. PULLEY COVER MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
5.1 Attaching Pulley Covers to Pre-existing Cable:
* If you do not have preexisting cable, drill a 1/4" hole in the appropriate dimple and
proceed to Step 4.
Step 1: Determine on which side of the machine the pulley cover will be mounted. This will
affect where the slot will be cut in Step 2.
Step 2: Using a saw, cut a slot from the bottom of the pulley cover lip to the dimple on the
cover's face. When slotting the right pulley cover, use the right dimple for placement.
When slotting the left pulley cover, use the left dimple for placement.
(See Figure 5A for slot placement)
Figure : 5A
Step 3:Slide the existing cable into the slot until it reaches the dimple.
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Pulley Cover Mounting Instructions
Step 4:Remove existing sheet metal screw. (See Figure 5B for pulley cover fastening)
Figure : 5B
Step 5:Fasten the pulley cover to the machine using (4) #10-16 x 5/ 8" sheet metal screws. The
top of the pulley cover should be flush with the top of the machine.
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Maintenance
6. MAINTENANCE
6.1 Safety in Maintenance and Repairs
Before starting any repairs or maintenance on you Curtain Controller system or control units,
observe the following safety steps:
1. Isolate the system from the electricity supply by switching off the power isolator and lock it
in the off position.
2. Keep the key in your possession.
3. Do not reconnect the power supply until all work is completed and all guards are correctly
refitted.
It is recommended that the end user practices a monthly inspection of the Curtain Controller and
all items used in conjunction (cables, pulleys, brackets, hand winches etc.,) with the machine.
1. Inspect the drive screw. Lubricate liberally with a lithium grease of an NLGI No. 2
consistency (extreme pressure properties).
2. Inspect and tighten the locking collars on the adjustment rod to insure activation of limit
switches.
3. Inspect cable, pulleys, brackets, hand winches etc. for alignment and premature wear.
Realign and / or replace as needed.
4. Inspect bearings checking for smooth rotation and listening for squeaks.
5. Inspect set screws in couplers and in pillow block bearing.
6. Manually run machine in both directions to insure positive shut-off and unrestricted cable
movement.
7. Inspect drive screw for debris in the threads. Debris in threads may cause premature failure
of drive block.
8. Inspect the thrust bearing. Lubricate as needed.
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Trouble Shooting Guide
7. TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Will not run in manual
mode.
Corrective Action
Control not in manual mode.
Move switch to manual
setting. Check for loose wire
connection.
Toggle switch failure.
Replace toggle switch.
Machine operates in
opposite direction in
response to temperature
change.
Control wired incorrectly.
Re-wire to wiring schematic
instruction.
Runs in both directions
(automatic mode), but only
one direction (manual
mode).
Control failure.
Check for loose wire
connection.
No power (circuit breaker or
fuse).
Replace control.
Check main panel circuit
breaker or fuse.
Will not run in either
direction (manual or
automatic modes).
Tripping may indicate
machine overload or electrical
wire short. Repair or replace
before reenergizing circuit.
Check control circuit breaker
and/or fuse.
Motor failure.
Replace primary switch.
Control Failure.
Check to see if secondary
switch is not depressed.
Primary switch failure.
Motor designed with internal
thermal protection. Before
replacing, allow motor to cool
down and reset. May indicate
machine overload. Contact
factory for machine
restrictions.
Control not in automatic
mode.
Move switch to automatic
setting.
Control failure.
Replace control.
Broken or loose wire.
Repair broken or loose wire.
Limit switch catching on
adjustment rod mechanism.
Free switch and adjust as
needed.
Limit switch failure.
Replace switch.
Control failure.
Replace control.
Will not run in automatic
but does operate in
manual.
Runs in one direction
only, both auto. and
manual
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Possible Cause
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Part List
8. PART LIST
1. Enclosed Limit Switch Assembly
2. Motor Components
3. Header Pulley and Components
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Part List
1. Enclosed Limit Switch Assembly
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Part List
Enclosed Limit Switch Parts
Key
Part #
Description
1
52-0321
Adjustment Rod Retainer
2
50-0159
Adjustment Collar w/ Setscrew
3
S-1430
Washer 1/4"
4
52-0170
Spring, Adjustment Rod
5
S-7967
Setscrew #10-32 x 1-1/4"
6
S-7974
Limit Switch
7
52-0322
Gasket
8
52-0318
Cover
9
52-0319
Limit Switch Mounting Plate
10
52-0323
Enclosed Switch Box
11
52-0320
Enclosed Switch Mounting Plate
12
50-0144
Adjustment Rod 24" Travel
50-0145
Adjustment Rod 36" Travel
50-0146
Adjustment Rod 48" Travel
50-0147
Adjustment Rod 60" Travel
52-0171
Actuator
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Enclosed Limit Switch Assemblies
Part #
Description
52-0175
24" Limit Switch Assembly
52-0172
36" Limit Switch Assembly
52-0176
48" Limit Switch Assembly
52-0177
60" Limit Switch Assembly
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Part List
2. Motor Components
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Part List
Motor Components
Key
1
Part #
Description
53-0116BA
Baldor Gearmotor 15 RPM
53-0131BA
Baldor Gearmotor 30 RPM
53-0161BA
Baldor Gearmotor 60 RPM
2
52-0005PT
Motor Mount
3
50-0009
Coupler LO95 x 5/8"
4
52-0012
Hytrel Spider Gear
5
AC52-0174
Bearing Support w/Bearing
N/S
52-0180
Thrust Bearing
6
52-0275
Nylon Insert
7
52-0276
Drive Block Assy w/Nylon Insert
8
50-0055
Drive Screw 24" Travel
50-0056
Drive Screw 36" Travel
50-0057
Drive Screw 48" Travel
50-0084
Drive Screw 60" Travel
9
S-9206
U-Bolt 1" Center
10
50-0006
Coupler w/Welded Nut
11
52-0022
End Cap
N/S
53-0162
Capacitor 36 uF for Brother 120 V / 60
50-0151
Capacitor 30 uF for Brother & Baldor 120 V / 60
12
52-0178
Cover Nut for Thrust Bearing
13
52-0179
Flange To Hold Thrust Bearing
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Part List
3. Header Pulley and Components
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Part List
Header Pulley & Components
Key
Part #
Description
1
52-0044
Cap Plug 1"
2
52-0021
Top Cover
3
52-0190
Hitch Pin
4
50-0089
Pulley w/Enclosed Bearing
5
52-0058
Pillow Block Bearing 1"
6
S-7767
Bolt 3/8"-16 x 1 1/4"
7
S-8739
Washer 3/8" x 1 1/2" x 1/4"
8
52-0188
Greasable Shoulder Bolt
9
52-0006
Pulley Support Plate
10
52-0010
Pulley Spacer
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Installation Kit
9. INSTALLATION KIT
1. AC 180-A Installation Kit (Purchased Separately)
2. AC 180-B Installation Kit (Purchased Separately)
3. AC 180-C Installation Kit (Purchased Separately)
4. AC 180-T Installation Kit (Purchased Separately)
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Installation Kit
1. AC 180-A Installation Kit (Purchased Separately)
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
Figure: 9A AC 1820 ASSEMBLY
Item Part # Qty
Description
Figure: 9B AC 1821 ASSEMBLY
Item
Part #
Qty
Description
1
1820
1
Bracket Outside Corner
1
1821
1
Bracket - 3" x 3" x 9"
2
S-248
4
3/8" Wrought Iron Washer
2
S-456
4
3/8"-16 Hex Nut
3
S-456
4
3/8"-16 Hex Nut
3
1835
2
U-Bolt 1" Center
4
1835
1
U-Bolt 1" Center
4
1902AA
2
5
1902AA
1
3" CI Pulley w/Needle
Bearing
3" CI Pulley w/Needle
Bearing
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Installation Kit
1. AC 180-A Installation Kit (Purchased Separately) (Cont.)
1
2
1
2
4
3
5
6
8
7
3
9
4
10
Description
1
1822
1
Bracket - 3" x 3" x 3"
2
S-456
2
3/8" - 16 Hex Nut
3
1835
1
U-Bolt 1" Center
1
3" CI Pulley w/Needle
Bearing
4
1902AA
12
13
14
Figure: 9D
Figure: 9C AC 1822 ASSEMBLY
Item Part # Qty
11
Item Part # Qty
Description
1
S-248
50
3/8" Wrought Iron
Washer
2
S-456
20
3/8" -16 Hex Nut
3
S-7522
5
3/8" -16 x 2" Bolt
4
S-7249
6
3/8" -16 x 3" Bolt
5
S-7373
2
3/8" -16 x 5" Bolt
6
S-7248
2
3/8" -16 x 6" Bolt
7
S-8395
4
3/8" -16 x 7" Bolt
8
8195
4
3/8" x 12" Full Threaded
rod
9
S-8762
11
3/16" Cable clamp
10
1926
2
1/4" Grab Hook
11
1780
1
Handy Box Cover
12
1781
1
Duplex Receptacle
115 V w/Grd.
13
1785
1
Handy Box, Surface Nail
On
14
1782
1
12" Romex Connector
Note: ASSEMBLY PARTS CAN BE
PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
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2. AC 180-B Installation Kit (Purchased Separately)
1
2
1
2
4
3
5
6
8
7
3
4
9
10
Figure: 9E AC 1821 ASSEMBLY
Item
Part #
Qty
1
1821
1
Bracket - 3" x 3" x 9"
2
S-456
4
3/8" -16 Hex Nut
3
1835
2
U-Bolt 1" Center
2
3" CI Pulley w/Needle
Bearing
4
1902AA
Description
11
12
13
14
Figure: 9F
Item Part # Qty
Description
1
S-248
50
3/8" Wrought Iron
Washer
2
S-456
21
3/8" -16 Hex Nut
3
S-7522
3
3/8" -16 x 2" Bolt
4
S-7249
3
3/8" -16 x 3" Bolt
5
S-7373
2
3/8" -16 x 5" Bolt
6
S-7248
2
3/8" -16 x 6" Bolt
7
S-8395
2
3/8" -16 x 7" Bolt
8
8195
4
3/8" x 12" Full Threaded
rod
9
S-8762
8
3/16" Cable clamp
10
1926
2
1/4" Grab Hook
w11
1780
1
Handy Box Cover
12
1781
1
Duplex Receptacle
115 V w/Grd.
13
1785
1
Handy Box, Surface Nail
On
14
1782
1
12" Romex Connector
Note: ASSEMBLY PARTS CAN BE
PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
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Installation Kit
3. AC 180-C Installation Kit (Purchased Separately)
1
4
5
2
2
3
6
4
Figure: 9G AC 1821 ASSEMBLY
28
3
1
Description
Figure: 9H AC 1824 ASSEMBLY
Item
Part #
Qty
Item Part # Qty
Description
1
1821
1
Bracket - 3" x 3" x 9"
1
S-6500
2
1/2 -13 x 2 1/2" bolt
2
S-456
4
3/8" -16 Hex Nut
2
CH-0143
2
1/2" Wrought Iron Washer
3
1835
2
U-Bolt 1" Center
3
50-0089
2
3" CI Pulley Wheel Only
4
1902AA
2
3" CI Pulley w/Needle
Bearing
4
1824
1
Double Roller Bracket
5
8260
2
1/2" - 13 Hex Nut
6
50-0022
2
Cable Guard
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3. AC 180-C Installation Kit (Purchased Separately) (Cont.)
6
5
3
2
1
2
4
3
6
5
1
4
9
10
Figure: 9I AC 1824A ASSEMBLY
Item Part # Qty
Description
1
S-6500
2
1/2 -13 x 2 1/2" bolt
2
CH-0143
2
1/2" Wrought Iron Washer
3
50-0089
2
3" CI Pulley Wheel Only
4
1824A
2
Single Roller Bracket
5
8260
2
1/2" - 13 Hex Nut
6
50-0022
1
Cable Guard
11
8
7
13
12
14
Figure: 9J
Item
Part # Qty
Description
1
S-248
50
3/8" Wrought Iron
Washer
2
S-456
20
3/8" -16 Hex Nut
3
S-7522
6
3/8" -16 x 3" Bolt
4
S-7249
2
3/8" -16 x 5" Bolt
5
S-7373
2
3/8" -16 x 6" Bolt
6
S-7248
4
3/8" -16 x 7" Bolt
7
S-8395
4
3/8" x 12" Full Threaded
rod
8
8195
2
J-Hook 3/8" x 4"
9
S-8762
22
3/16" Cable clamp
10
1926
4
1/4" Grab Hook
11
1780
1
Handy Box Cover
12
1781
1
Duplex Receptacle
115 V w/Grd.
13
1785
1
Handy Box, Surface Nail
On
14
1782
1
12" Romex Connector
Note: ASSEMBLY PARTS CAN BE
PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
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Installation Kit
4. AC 180-T Installation Kit (Purchased Separately)
1
6
2
5
3
2
3
1
4
4
Figure: 9K AC 1821 ASSEMBLY
Item Part # Qty
30
Description
Figure: 9L AC 1824A ASSEMBLY
Item Part # Qty
Description
1
1821
1
Bracket - 3" x 3" x 9"
1
S-6500
2
1/2 -13 x 2 1/2" bolt
2
S-456
4
3/8" -16 Hex Nut
2
CH-0143
2
1/2" Wrought Iron Washer
3
1835
2
U-Bolt 1" Center
3
1901
2
3" CI Pulley Wheel Only
4
1902AA
2
3" CI Pulley w/Needle
Bearing
4
1824
2
Single Roller Bracket
5
8260
2
1/2" - 13 Hex Nut
6
50-0022
1
Cable Guard
PNEG-620-2 Curtain Controller
Installation Kit
4. AC 180-T Installation Kit (Purchased Separately) (Cont.)
8
4
2
3
9
10
5
4
3
2
1
11
6
7
13
12
14
1
Figure: 9M AC 1823 ASSEMBLY
Item Part # Qty
Description
Figure: 9N
Item Part # Qty
Description
1
1902AA
1
3" CI Pulley w/Needle
Bearing
1
S-248
50
3/8" Wrought Iron
Washer
2
1835
1
U - Bolt 1" Center
2
S-456
20
3/8" -16 Hex Nut
3
1823
1
Bracket Through Wall
3
S-7522
6
3/8" -16 x 3" Bolt
4
S-456
2
3/8" - 16 Hex Nut
4
S-7249
2
3/8" -16 x 5" Bolt
5
S-7373
2
3/8" -16 x 6" Bolt
6
S-7248
4
3/8" -16 x 7" Bolt
7
S-8395
4
3/8" x 12" Full Threaded
rod
8
8195
2
J-Hook 3/8" x 4"
9
S-8762
22
3/16" Cable clamp
10
1926
4
1/4" Grab Hook
11
1780
1
Handy Box Cover
12
1781
1
Duplex Receptacle
115 V w/Grd.
13
1785
1
Handy Box, Surface Nail
On
14
1782
1
12" Romex Connector
Note: ASSEMBLY PARTS CAN BE
PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
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Wall Mount
10. WALL MOUNT
10.1. Outside Endwall Mount
The above illustration shows 1:2 cable configuration. This means: 1 foot of cable movement at
the machine equals 2 feet of cable movement at the curtain.
10.2. Outside Endwall Mount
The above illustration shows 1:1 cable configuration. This means: 1 foot of cable movement at
the machine equals 1 foot of cable movement at the curtain.
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PNEG-620-2 Curtain Controller
Wall Mount
10.3. Outside Endwall Mount
Illustration Shows
cable configuration
on the sidewall
The above illustration shows 1:1 cable configuration. This means: 1 foot of cable movement at
the machine equals 1 foot of cable movement at the curtain.
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Wall Mount
10.4. Outside Sidewall Mount
The above illustration shows 1:2 cable configuration. This means: 1 foot of cable movement at
the machine equals 2 feet of cable movement at the curtain.
10.5. Inside Endwall Mount
The above illustration shows 1:1 cable configuration. This means: 1 foot of cable movement at
the machine equals 1 foot of cable movement at the curtain.
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PNEG-620-2 Curtain Controller
Wiring
11. WIRING
11.1. Potentiometer Wiring Diagram
Figure: 11A
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Wiring
11.2. Control Box Wiring
Ground
Neutral or
L2
Close Signal
From Controller
Open Signal
From Controller
Common to
Controller
L1 Power
Figure: 11B
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PNEG-620-2 Curtain Controller
Wiring
11.3. Wiring Diagram For 110 V 60 Hz
Figure: 11C
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Wiring
11.4. Wiring Diagram For 220 V 50/60 Hz
Figure: 11D
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PNEG-620-2 Curtain Controller
Warranty
12. WARRANTY
THE GSI GROUP, INC. (GSI) WARRANTS ALL PRODUCTS WHICH IT MANUFACTURES TO
BE FREE OF DEFECTS IN MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP UNDER NORMAL USAGE AND
CONDITIONS FOR A PERIOD OF 12 MONTHS AFTER RETAIL SALE TO THE ORIGINAL
END USER. THE PURCHASER’S SOLE REMEDY AND GSI’S ONLY OBLIGATION SHALL BE
TO REPAIR OR REPLACE, AT GSI’S OPTION AND EXPENSE, PRODUCTS THAT, IN GSI’S
SOLE JUDGMENT, CONTAIN A MATERIAL DEFECT DUE TO MATERIALS OR
WORKMANSHIP. ALL DELIVERY AND SHIPMENT CHARGES TO AND FROM GSI’S
FACTORY WILL BE PURCHASER’S RESPONSIBILITY. EXPENSES INCURRED BY OR ON
BEHALF OF THE PURCHASER WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION FROM AN
AUTHORIZED EMPLOYEE OF GSI SHALL BE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE
PURCHASER.
EXCEPT FOR THE LIMITED WARRANTY EXPRESSED ABOVE, GSI MAKES NO FURTHER
WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION,
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR
USE IN CONNECTION WITH (I) PRODUCT MANUFACTURED OR SOLD BY GSI OR (ii) ANY
ADVICE, INSTRUCTION, RECOMMENDATION OR SUGGESTION PROVIDED BY AN
AGENT, REPRESENTATIVE OR EMPLOYEE OF GSI REGARDING OR RELATED TO THE
CONFIGURATION, INSTALLATION, LAYOUT, SUITABILITY FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, OR DESIGN OF SUCH PRODUCTS.
GSI SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOSS OF
ANTICIPATED PROFITS OR BENEFITS. PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY
IS AS SET FORTH IN THE LIMITED WARRANTY EXPRESSED ABOVE, WHICH SHALL NOT
EXCEED THE AMOUNT PAID FOR THE PRODUCT PURCHASED. THIS WARRANTY IS NOT
TRANSFERABLE AND APPLIES ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER. GSI SHALL HAVE
NO OBLIGATION OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES
MADE BY OR ON BEHALF OF ANY DEALER, AGENT OR DISTRIBUTOR OF GSI.
GSI ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR CLAIMS RESULTING FROM ERECTION
DEFECTS OR UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO PRODUCTS WHICH IT
MANUFACTURED. MODIFICATIONS TO PRODUCTS NOT SPECIFICALLY DELINEATED IN
THE MANUAL ACCOMPANYING THE EQUIPMENT AT INITIAL SALE WILL NULLIFY THE
PRODUCT WARRANTY THAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN OTHERWISE AVAILABLE.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY SHALL NOT EXTEND TO PRODUCTS OR PARTS WHICH
HAVE BEEN DAMAGED BY NEGLIGENT USE, MISUSE, ALTERATION OR ACCIDENT. THIS
WARRANTY EXTENDS SOLELY TO ONLY PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED BY GSI. THIS
WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED. GSI RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE DESIGN OR SPECIFICATION CHANGES
AT ANY TIME.
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION, PURCHASER HAS THE RESPONSIBILITY TO COMPLY WITH
ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL CODES WHICH MAY APPLY TO THE LOCATION AND
INSTALLATION OF PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED OR SOLD BY GSI.
PHLEGAL: #1832020 v1 (139LG01!.DOC)
PNEG-620-2 Curtain Controller
(revised December 2005)
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This Equipment Shall Be Installed In Accordance With The
Current Installation Codes And Applicable Regulations Which
Should Be Carefully Followed In All Cases. Authorities Having
Jurisdiction Should Be Consulted Before Installations Are Made.
1004 E. Illinois St.
Assumption, IL 62510-0020
Phone: 1-217-226-4421
Fax: 1-217-226-4420
Internet: http://www.grainsystems.com
Copyright © 2007 by the
Printed in the USA
GSI Group
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