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Instructions and Parts

ProBell® Air Controllers

For manual or electronic air control of a ProBell rotary applicator as part of a paint coating system. For

Not approved for use in explosive atmospheres or hazardous locations.

Important Safety Instructions

Read all warnings and instructions in this manual and in your

ProBell® Rotary Applicator manual. Save these instructions.

PROVEN QUALITY. LEADING TECHNOLOGY.

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Contents

Models............................................................... 2

Related Manuals ................................................ 2

Warnings ........................................................... 3

ProBell System Information ................................. 5

System Connections and Features ...................... 6

Component Identification..................................... 7

Installation.......................................................... 9

Mount the Controller..................................... 9

Ground the Controller................................... 11

Controller Connections........................................ 12

Connect Air Lines......................................... 14

Connect Communication Cables ................... 14

Connect Power ............................................ 16

Set Air Control Identity ................................. 16

Wiring the Paint Trigger Input ....................... 16

Wiring the Optional Interlock Input................. 17

Troubleshooting.................................................. 18

Repair................................................................ 22

Prepare for Service ...................................... 24

Replace the Control Module.......................... 24

Replace the Trigger or Auxiliary Solenoid

Valve ............................................. 27

Replace the Voltage to Pressure (V2P)

Regulator ....................................... 28

Replace a Shaping Air Solenoid Valve ........... 29

Replace the Pressure Switch ........................ 30

Replace a Pressure Gauge........................... 30

Replace a Pressure Regulator ...................... 31

Replace the Bearing Air Filter ....................... 31

Parts.................................................................. 32

Electronic Air Controller (Model

24Z222) ......................................... 32

Manual Air Controller (Model 24Z221) ........... 35

Kits and Accessories........................................... 39

Technical Specifications...................................... 41

Models

Model

24Z221

24Z222

Description

Manual Air Controller

Electronic Air Controller

Certification

Related Manuals

Manual No.

334452

334626

3A3657

3A3953

3A3955

3A4384

3A4232

3A4346

3A4738

3A4799A

Description

ProBell ® Rotary Applicator, Instructions/Parts

ProBell ® Rotary Applicator, Hollow Wrist, Instructions/Parts

ProBell ® Electrostatic Controller

ProBell ® Speed Controller

ProBell ® System Logic Controller

ProBell ® System CGM Installation Kit

ProBell ® Cart Systems

ProBell ® Hose Bundle

ProBell ® Relective Speed Detection Kit

ProBell ® Air Filters Kit

3A3954C

Warnings

Warnings

The following warnings are for the setup, use, grounding, maintenance, and repair of this equipment. The exclamation point symbol alerts you to a general warning and the hazard symbols refer to procedure-specific risks. When these symbols appear in the body of this manual or on warning labels, refer back to these

Warnings. Product-specific hazard symbols and warnings not covered in this section may appear throughout the body of this manual where applicable.

FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD

WARNING

Flammable fumes, such as solvent and paint fumes, in the work area can ignite or explode.

Paint or solvent flowing through the system can cause static sparking. To help prevent fire or explosion:

• Electrostatic equipment must be used only by trained, qualified personnel who understand the requirements of this manual.

• Ground all equipment, personnel, object being sprayed, and conductive objects in or close to the spray location. Resistance must not exceed 1 megohm. See Grounding instructions.

• Do not use pail liners unless they are conductive and grounded.

• Always use the required arc detection settings and maintain a safe distance of at least 6 inches (152 mm) between the applicator and the workpiece.

• Stop operation immediately if static sparking or repeated arc detection errors occur. Do not use equipment until you identify and correct the problem.

• Check applicator resistance and electrical grounding daily.

• Use and clean equipment only in a well ventilated location.

• Always turn off and discharge the electrostatics when flushing, cleaning or servicing equipment.

• Eliminate all ignition sources; such as pilot lights, cigarettes, portable electric lamps, and plastic drop cloths (potential static arc).

• Do not plug or unplug power cords or turn lights on or off when flammable fumes are present.

• Keep the spray area clean at all times. Use non-sparking tools to clean residue from the booth and hangers.

• Keep a working fire extinguisher in the work location.

• Interlock the gun air and fluid supply to prevent operation unless ventilation air flow is above the minimum required value.

• Interlock the Electrostatic Controller and fluid supply with the booth ventilation system to disable operation if the air flow falls below minimum values. Follow your local codes.

ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD

This equipment must be grounded. Improper grounding, setup, or usage of the system can cause electric shock.

• Turn off and disconnect power at main switch before disconnecting any cables and before servicing or installing equipment.

• Connect only to grounded power source.

• All electrical wiring must be done by a qualified electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations.

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Warnings

EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD

WARNING

Misuse can cause death or serious injury.

• Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

• Do not exceed the maximum working pressure or temperature rating of the lowest rated system component. See Technical Specifications in all equipment manuals.

• Use fluids and solvents that are compatible with equipment wetted parts. See Technical

Specifications in all equipment manuals. Read fluid and solvent manufacturer’s warnings.

For complete information about your material, request the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) from distributor or retailer.

• Turn off all equipment and follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when equipment is not in use.

• Check equipment daily. Repair or replace worn or damaged parts immediately with genuine manufacturer’s replacement parts only.

• Do not alter or modify equipment. Alterations or modifications may void agency approvals and create safety hazards.

• Make sure all equipment is rated and approved for the environment in which you are using it.

• Use equipment only for its intended purpose. Call your distributor for information.

• Route hoses and cables away from traffic areas, sharp edges, moving parts, and hot surfaces.

• Do not kink or over bend hoses or use hoses to pull equipment.

• Keep children and animals away from work location.

• Comply with all applicable safety regulations.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Wear appropriate protective equipment when in the work location to help prevent serious injury, including eye injury, hearing loss, inhalation of toxic fumes, and burns. This protective equipment includes but is not limited to:

• Protective eyewear, and hearing protection.

• Respirators, protective clothing, and gloves as recommended by the fluid and solvent manufacturer.

3A3954C

ProBell System

Information

The ProBell Air Controller is an optional component in the ProBell Rotary Applicator system. The Electronic

Air Controller sends air activation signals for the paint, dump, and solvent (cup wash) valves. It also electronically controls the inner and outer shaping air pressures. The Manual Air Controller controls all air in the system. Manual air regulators are used to set the turbine and shaping air pressures.

• This manual covers information specific to the Air

Controllers. It includes information on installation, troubleshooting, repair, and parts.

• See the ProBell Rotary Applicator manual (334452 or 334626) for all system information, including installation and connection of the whole system, required interlocks, system grounding, required electrical tests, and operation procedures.

• See the System Logic Controller Manual (3A3955) for details on how to set up parameters for the Air

Controller.

ProBell System Information

Figure 1 ProBell Electronic Air Controller, shown on

Cart (sold separately)

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System Connections and Features

System Connections and Features

Air Line Port Label

B (Bearing Air)

Speed Controller

Connections

 *

Electronic

Air Controller

Connections

Manual Air

Controller

Connections

 *

BK (Braking Air)

BR (Bearing Air Return)

DT (Dump Valve Trigger)

PT (Paint Valve Trigger)

SI (Shaping Air Inner)

*

SO (Shaping Air Outer)

 

ST (Solvent Trigger)

TA (Turbine Air)

*

*

Auxiliary Triggers (for system flexibility)

1, 2, 3,

 

* In systems with a speed controller, bearing air, bearing air return, and turbine air must be used from the speed controller, not the manual air controller.

*

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Component Identification

Electronic Air Controller

Component Identification

B

C

Ref.

A

D

Component

Control Module

Terminal Blocks

Solenoid Valves

Air Manifold

Description

Manages the operation of all air controller components

Provides electrical wire connections

Sends air activation signals for paint, dump, and solvent valves; auxiliary signals available for system flexibility

Directs incoming air to the controller components

F

G

Ref.

E

H

J

Component

Inner Shaping Air

Solenoid Valve

Outer Shaping Air

Solenoid Valve

Voltage to Pressure

Regulator

Voltage to Pressure

Regulator

Optocoupler

Description

Shuts off the flow of the inner shaping air

Shuts off the flow of the outer shaping air

Converts voltage to pressure for the inner shaping air

Converts voltage to pressure for the outer shaping air

Isolates input to the trigger paint valve from the PLC

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Component Identification

Manual Air Controller

8

B

C

K

L

M

Ref.

A

J

Component Description

Control Module

Terminal Blocks

Manages the operation of all air controller components

Provides electrical wire connections

Solenoid Valves Sends air activation signals for paint, dump, and solvent valves; auxiliary signals available for system flexibility

Pressure Switch Verifies that the bearing air is at least

70 psi

High-Flow Remote Piloted regulator for turbine air

High-Flow Remote Piloted regulator for inner shaping air

High-Flow Remote Piloted regulator for outer shaping air

T

U

V

P

R

Ref.

N

S

W

Component

Outer Shaping Air

Regulator

Inner Shaping Air

Regulator

Turbine Air

Regulator

Outer Shaping Air

Gauge

Inner Shaping Air

Gauge

Turbine Air Gauge

Air Filter

Optocoupler

Description

Air pressure signal to regulator M

Air pressure signal to regulator L

Air pressure signal to regulator K

Supplementary coalescing air filter that protects the bearing from any particles that get through the main air filtering system

Isolates input to the trigger paint valve from the PLC

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Installation

Installation

Mount the Controller

Wall Mounting

To reduce the risk of fire or explosion, do not install equipment approved only for a non-hazardous location in a hazardous location.

NOTE: Install the air controller in a non-hazardous location only.

The air controller can be mounted on the control box stand or on a wall. The box comes with four mounting brackets installed in a vertical orientation. Remove and turn the brackets if a horizontal orientation works better for your installation.

The pre-installed mounting brackets can be used to mount the controller on any flat wall. Mount the air controller in the non-hazardous area, as close to the applicator as possible, to minimize pressure loss in the air lines.

1. Determine the mounting location. Ensure that the wall is strong enough to support the weight of the mounting bracket and the controller. See

Technical Specifications, page 41 .

2. See the dimensions or use the box as a template to mark the mounting hole locations.

3. Drill holes and use four screws to attach the controller to the wall.

Electronic Air Controller

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Installation

Manual Air Controller

Cart Mounting

For some ordering options, the air controller is mounted on the cart at the factory. If the cart was ordered separately, follow these steps:

1. Remove the four mounting brackets. Turn them so they are oriented horizontally. Reattach them to the air controller box.

2. Use four screws (provided with the cart) to mount the air controller box on the cart in the location shown in Figure 1. See

ProBell System Information, page 5 .

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Installation

Ground the Controller

The equipment must be grounded to reduce the risk of static sparking and electric shock. Electric or static sparking can cause fumes to ignite or explode. Improper grounding can cause electric shock. Grounding provides an escape wire for the electric current.

For full system grounding instructions and requirements, see the ProBell Rotary Applicator manual (334452 or 334626). Use the provided ground wire and clamp to ground the air controller to a true earth ground.

Figure 3 Manual Air Controller Grounding Location

Figure 2 Electronic Air Controller Grounding Location

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Controller Connections

Controller Connections

Overview

Air control in your ProBell system will use one of the following setups:

• All air control is provided by the Graco Manual Air

Controller.

• Air controls are split between the Graco Electronic

Air Controller and the Graco Speed Controller. Be sure that your system includes a power supply (sold separately) to be mounted on either controller.

Manual Air Controller

• Your system uses a combination of Graco controllers and your existing devices. Air control will then require a combination of the connections shown in the figures and use of the auxiliary triggers. Be sure that your system includes a power supply (sold separately). See

ProBell System Information, page 5

for all system connection information.

Electronic Air Control

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PT

SI

SO

ST

TA

BR

CAN

DT

MA

Controller Connections

Table 1 Key for Cable Connections, Electrical or Manual Air Controller

Ref.

Port Label Label

Color

Description

A

AUX-A

AUX-E

Ports 1–3 Black

Black

Mounting Holes for Power Supply.

Auxiliary Air Ports — Use 4 mm (5/32 in) tubing.

Auxiliary port for optional optocoupler wiring.

B Red Bearing Air — Use 8 mm (5/16 in) OD tube.

Red Bearing Air Return – Use 4 mm (5/32 in) tubing.

Black

White

Black

Graco CAN/Power (24VDC)

Dump Valve Trigger – Use 4 mm (5/32 in) tubing.

Main Air Port — 1/2 in. npt

Green

Gray

Paint Valve Trigger – Use 4 mm (5/32 in) tubing.

Shaping Air Inner — Use 8 mm (5/16 in.) tubing.

Blue Shaping Air Outer — Use 8 mm (5/16 in.) tubing.

Black

Brown

Solvent Trigger (Cup Wash) – Use 4 mm (5/32 in) tubing.

Turbine Air — Use 8 mm (5/16 in.) tubing with 1 mm (0.04 in) wall to minimize pressure drop.

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Controller Connections

Connect Air Lines

Graco Air Controllers are labeled with the same reference letters as the applicator, for easier matching.

NOTICE

Use filtered air to prevent contamination of the paint finish and to prevent damage to the air bearing. Air that is not adequately filtered can clog bearing air passages and cause bearing failure.

The ProBell Rotary Applicator Manual contains detailed filtering specifications.

NOTE: For the turbine air (TA), bearing air (B), shaping air inner (SI) and shaping air outer (SO) lines, use 8 mm (5/16 in) OD tube with 1 mm (0.04

in) wall. For the bearing air return (BR) and the three triggers (DT, PT, and ST), use 4 mm (5/32 in) tube.

NOTICE

Take great care to connect the air lines to the correct ports. Incorrect air line connections will damage the applicator.

1. Connect all nine required air lines to the applicator first. See your applicator manual for instructions.

2. Air Activation Signal Lines (DT, PT, ST): Connect the lines that provide air activation signals for the dump valve (DT), the paint valve (PT) and the solvent valve (ST).

3. Shaping Air Lines (SI, SO): Connect the lines that provide the shaping air inner (SI) and the shaping air outer (SO).

4. Turbine Air (TA), Bearing Air (B), and Bearing Air

Return (BR):

• Electronic Air Controller: Connect these air line to the Graco speed controller (if present) or to another air control device in your system.

• Manual Air Controller: Connect these air lines to the ports with the matching labels.

5. Connect the main air supply line into the main air fitting (MA, Ref. 7) on the side of the box.

NOTE: Once the air is applied, it will flow freely out Port B. The controller has no option to turn this air off. (Manual Controller only)

Connect Communication Cables

The air controllers (Manual or Electronic) communicate to the rest of the system over Graco

CAN cables. Each component and the power supply must be on the Graco CAN network. The best connection pattern depends on whether the Air

Controller is electronic or manual.

1. Connect a Graco CAN cable from Electrostatic

Controller (CC) to the System Logic Controller

(DD).

2. If the power supply is attached to the Air

Controller, install the termination resistor (201) on the splitter inside the box. NOTE: If the Air

Controller was purchased as part of a system, the termination resistor will be installed at the factory.

If not, the resistor comes with the power supply.

3. Manual Air Controller: a. Connect a Graco CAN cable from the power supply (AA) to the right (inside) port on the

Air Controller (BB).

b. Connect a Graco CAN cable from the other port on the Air Controller (BB) to the

Electrostatic Controller (CC).

4. Electronic Air Controller (with Speed Controller): a. Connect a Graco CAN cable from the power supply (AA) to the lower/rear port on the

Speed Controller (EE) b. Connect a Graco CAN cable from the Speed

Controller (EE) to the Air Controller (BB).

c. Connect a Graco CAN cable from the Air

Controller (BB) to the Electrostatic Controller

(CC).

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Controller Connections

One Gun Wiring

Two Gun Wiring

Other configurations (not shown) are possible. Follow these rules when building the CAN network.

• Connect controllers in series.

• A termination resistor must be installed on the power supply port.

• Remove any other termination resistors from the system.

• Set IDs on all boxes.

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Controller Connections

Connect Power

One power supply is required in the Graco CAN network, typically mounted on the bottom of the

Speed Controller, or the Manual Air Controller.

1. Connect a power cord to the power supply connector. A cord suitable for use in North

America is provided with the power supply. See

Technical Specifications, page 41 . The power

supply is sold separately from the air controllers, but included in system purchases.

2. Connect the other end of the cord to AC power.

See

Technical Specifications, page 41 , for more

information.

Set Air Control Identity

The air controller comes preset from the factory to control one applicator. In two-applicator systems, the identity of the control module must be set in order to communicate with the system properly.

1. Remove plug (24) to access control module rotary switch by pushing from the inside of the box with a screwdriver.

2. Using a screwdriver, set the control module rotary switch to “1” for the air controller that controls the second applicator.

3. Replace the plug.

4. Restart the system by removing and reapplying power.

Wiring the Paint Trigger Input

The Paint Trigger Input provides a means to signal the System Logic Controller to activate the paint trigger solenoid. This normally open (maintained) contact provides a signal to the system to indicate whether or not to trigger spray device or spray device is triggered (Input Only). If the input is OPEN the system deactivates paint trigger solenoid. The input must be maintained CLOSED to activate paint trigger solenoid.

NOTE: The Paint Trigger discrete input must be enabled on the System Logic Controller. If it is set to ’Local’ or ‘Network’, the discrete input is ignored and the spray device trigger signal is handled via the network communications, or manually. See System

Logic Controller manual 3A3955.

The Paint Trigger Input uses an optocoupler to protect the Graco ProBell air control box from outside voltages.

• Optocoupler ports 13+ and 14 are wired to the control module.

• Optocoupler ports A1+ and A2- are wired to the external device or PLC.

Apply the 24 VDC signal to A1+ and GND to A2–.

Only one A2– port needs to be connected to GND, as the two ports labeled A2– are connected internally.

A1+ (relative to A2–)

24 VDC

Less than 13.5 VDC

Function

Paint Trigger Active

Paint Trigger

Inactive

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Controller Connections

Wiring the Optional Interlock Input

The Optional Interlock Input provides a means to signal the System Logic Controller to stop the

ProBell system. This normally open contact turns the applicator off when activated. If the ProBell air controller reads the input as CLOSED it interrupts system operation and puts the gun into Gun Off mode. If the input is read as OPEN, the system operates normally.

The optional interlock optocoupler does not come pre-installed and must be purchased and installed separately. Install kit 24Z226 to use the Optional

Interlock Input.

For each ProBell Air Controller, the Interlock Input is on different terminal blocks. Remove the wires in the existing terminal blocks and install in the Optocoupler ports as shown below.

Terminal Block

Manual Air

Controller

9

Electronic Air

Controller

8 Optocoupler

Port 14

Optocoupler

Port 13+

10 9

NOTICE

To prevent damage to equipment, do not use these terminal blocks without an optocoupler present.

The Optional Interlock Input uses an optocoupler to protect the Graco ProBell air control box from outside voltages.

• Optocoupler ports 13+ and 14 are wired to the control module.

• Optocoupler ports A1+ and A2- are wired to the external device or PLC.

Apply the 24 VDC signal to A1+ and GND to A2–.

Only one A2– port needs to be connected to GND, as the two ports labeled A2– are connected internally.

A1+ (relative to A2–)

24 VDC

Less than 13.5 VDC

Function

Interlock Activated

(system stop)

Interlock Inactive

(system run)

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Table 2 Control Module LED Diagnostics

Module Status LED Signal

Green on

Yellow

Red solid

Red flashing fast

Red flashing slow

Diagnosis

The system is powered up.

Solution

— — —

Internal communication is in progress. — — —

Hardware failure

The system is uploading software.

Replace the module.

— — —

Token error Remove the token and upload the software token again.

Table 3 Communication Errors

Code

CAP1 or

CAP2

Event

Type

Name

Alarm Communication

Error Air

Control

CA00

CDP1 or

CDD2

Alarm Communication Error Logic

Controller

Alarm Duplicate

Air Controller

Description

The System Logic

Controller has lost communication with the air controller.

System Logic

Controller communication has been lost.

WSC1 or

WSC2

Alarm Incorrect

Air Control Configuration

The System

Logic Controller identifies two or more air controllers set to the same gun.

The air control identifies a V2P feedback signal on a Manual Air

Controller.

Solution

• Verify Graco CAN connection on bottom of the Air

Controller.

• Check status LEDs on the control module.

• Cycle power.

Verify Graco CAN connection on the System Logic

Controller

• The air controller has the same CAN ID as another module.

• Adjust the selector switch on the Control Module. See

Set Air Control Identity, page 16

for instructions.

• Verify that the air control type is correct. See the

Gun Screen 2 section of the ProBell System Logic

Controller manual 3A3955.

• Replace the control module if needed.

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Troubleshooting

Table 4 Electronic Shaping Air Errors

Code

P111 or

P112

Event

Type

Alarm

Name

Pressure Low,

Air 1 (Inner)

P121 or

P122

P211 or

P212

P221 or

P222

P311 or

P312

P321 or

P322

P411 or

P412

P421 or

P422

P511 or

P512

P521 or

P522

Alarm

Deviation

Deviation

Deviation

Deviation

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Pressure Low,

Air 2 (Outer)

Pressure Low,

Air 1 (Inner)

Pressure Low,

Air 2 (Outer)

Pressure

High, Air 1

(Inner)

Pressure

High, Air 2

(Outer)

Pressure

High, Air 1

(Inner)

Pressure

High, Air 2

(Outer)

Calibration

Error, Inner

Shaping Air

Calibration

Error, Outer

Shaping Air

Description

Actual air pressure 1 is lower than the alarm limit for longer than the alarm time (as set on Gun

Screen 2).

Actual air pressure 2 is lower than the alarm limit for longer than the alarm time (as set on Gun

Screen 2).

Actual air pressure 1 is lower than the deviation limit for longer than the deviation time (as set on

Gun Screen 2).

Actual air pressure 2 is lower than the deviation limit for longer than the deviation time (as set on

Gun Screen 2).

Actual air pressure 1 is higher than the deviation limit for longer than the deviation time (as set on

Gun Screen 2).

Actual air pressure 2 is higher than the deviation limit for longer that the deviation time (as set on

Gun Screen 2).

Actual air pressure 1 is higher than the alarm limit for longer than the alarm time (as set on Gun

Screen 2).

Actual air pressure 2 is higher than the alarm limit for longer than the alarm time (as set on Gun

Screen 2).

The returned value of the inner shaping air calibration is out of range.

The returned value of the outer shaping air calibration is out of range.

Solution

Verify shaping air 1 (inner) hose is not cut or split.

Verify shaping air 2 (outer) hose is not cut or split.

Verify shaping air 1 (inner) hose is not cut or split.

Verify shaping air 2 (outer) hose is not cut or split.

• Calibrate the voltage to pressure regulator. See the System Logic

Controller manual.

• Verify air tubing is connected properly.

• Verify cable connection between voltage to pressure (V2P) regulator and connector 6 on the control module. Retry calibration.

• Replace the V2P regulator.

• Relieve inlet air pressure. Retry calibration. See System Logic

Controller manual.

• Verify cable connection between voltage to pressure (V2P) regulator and connector 6 on the control module. Retry calibration.

• Replace cable 17K902.

• Replace volltage to pressure regulator

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Troubleshooting

Code

P611 or

P612

P6Y1 or

P6Y2

Event

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Name Description

Sensor

Disconnected,

Inner Shaping

Air

Sensor

Disconnected,

Outer Shaping

Air.

The returned value of the pressure sensor for inner shaping air is zero

The returned value of the pressure sensor for outer shaping air is zero.

Solution

• Replace cable 17K902.

• Replace volltage to pressure regulator

Table 5 Solenoid Errors

Code

WJ31 or

WJ32

WJ41 or

WJ42

WJ51 or

WJ52

WJ61 or

WJ62

WJ71 or

WJ72

WJ81 or

WJ82

WJ91 or

WJ92

WJA1 or

WJa2

WJB1 or

WJB2

Event

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Name

Paint Solenoid

Removed

Dump

Solenoid

Removed

Cup Wash

Solenoid

Removed

Inner Shaping

Air Solenoid

Removed

Outer Shaping

Air Solenoid

Removed

Turbine Air

Solenoid

Removed

Auxiliary 1

Solenoid

Removed

Auxiliary 2

Solenoid

Removed

Auxiliary 3

Solenoid

Removed

Description Remedy

System does not detect the

Paint Trigger solenoid.

System does not detect the

Dump Trigger solenoid.

System does not detect the

Cup Wash solenoid.

System does not detect the Shaping Air 1 (inner) solenoid.

System does not detect the Shaping Air 2 (outer) solenoid.

System does not detect the Turbine Air solenoid,

Manual Air Controller.

System does not detect the

Auxiliary 1 solenoid.

System does not detect the

Auxiliary 2 solenoid.

System does not detect the

Auxiliary 3 solenoid.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals 1 and 3. Manual: Verify wiring on terminals

1 and 2.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals 4 and 5. Manual: Verify wiring on terminals

5 and 6.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals 6 and 7. Manual: Verify wiring on terminals

7 and 8.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals

13 and 14. Manual: Verify wiring on terminals 17 and 18.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals

20 and 21. Manual: Verify wiring on terminals 20 and 21.

Manual: Verify wiring on terminals 3 and

4 in the Manual Air Controller.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals

27and 28. Manual: Verify wiring on terminals 23 and 24.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals

29 and 30. Manual: Verify wiring on terminals 25 and 26.

Electronic: Verify wiring on terminals

31 and 32. Manual: Verify wiring on terminals 27 and 28.

Table 6 Bearing Air Pressure Errors (Manual Air Controller Only)

Code

P9P1 or

P9P2

Event

Type

Alarm

Name

Air Control

Pressure Low

Description

Air Controller no longer detects bearing air.

(Manual air controller only.)

Solution

Verify that inlet air pressure and flow are sufficient.

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Troubleshooting

Table 7 Maintenance Advisories

Code Event

Type

Name

MD11 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Paint Gun 1

MD12 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Paint Gun 2

MD21 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Dump Gun 1

MD22 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Dump Gun 2

MD31 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Cup Wash Gun 1

MD32 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Cup Wash Gun 2

MD41 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Air 1 Gun 1

MD42 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Air 1 Gun 2

MD51 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Air 2 Gun 1

MD52 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Air 2 Gun 2

MD61 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Auxiliary 1 Gun 1

MD62 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Auxiliary 1 Gun 2

MD71 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Auxiliary 2 Gun 1

MD72 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Auxiliary 2 Gun 2

MD81 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Auxiliary 3 Gun 1

MD82 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Auxiliary 3 Gun 2

MD91 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Turbine Gun 1

MD92 Advisory Maintenance Valve

Turbine Gun 2

MMUX Advisory Maintenance USB

Logs Full

Description Remedy

Gun 1 paint valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 2 paint valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 1 dump valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 2 dump valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 1 cup wash valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 1 cup wash valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 1 Air 1 valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 2 Air 1 valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 1 Air 2 valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 2 Air 2 valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 1 Auxiliary 1 valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 2 Auxiliary 1 valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 1 Auxiliary 2 valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 2 Auxiliary 2 valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 1 Auxiliary 3 valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 2 Auxiliary 3 valve is due for maintenance.

Gun 1 Turbine valve is due for maintenance

Gun 2 Turbine valve is due for maintenance

USB maintenance logs are full.

• Perform required maintenance

• Clear advisory and clear valve count on corresponding

Maintanance Screen

• Use a USB drive to save maintenance logs

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Repair

Electrical Schematics

TERMINAL BLOCKS

1 WHITE 2 BROWN 3 GREEN 4 6 PINK 7 BLUE 8 RED 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

GCA FCM3

1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

BROWN 1 WHITE 2

BLUE 3 BLACK 4 GRA

BROWN 1 WHITE 2

BLUE 3 BLACK 4 GRA

1 2

SPLITTER CABLE

TERMINAL BLOCKS

+24VDC COM +24VDC COM +24VDC COM +24VDC COM

A1+ A2- A2-

BLACK RED WHITE

COM NO NC

COM +24VDC COM +24VDC

Figure 4 Manual Air Controller

22

1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

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TERMINAL BLOCKS

1 WHITE 2 BROWN 3 GREEN 4 6 PINK 7 BLUE 8 RED 1 BROWN 2 WHITE 3 BLUE 4 BLACK 5 DRAIN 1 2 3 4 5

CONTROL MODULE

1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

BROWN 1 WHITE 2

BLUE 3 BLACK 4 GRA

BROWN 1 WHITE 2

BLUE 3 BLACK 4 GRA

BROWN 1 DRAIN 2

BLUE 3 BLACK 4

BROWN 1 DRAIN 2

BLUE 3 BLACK 4

1 2

TERMINAL BLOCKS

+24VDC COM +24VDC COM +24VDC COM

13+ 14

A1+ A2- A2-

UNUSED- UNUSED-

+24VDC COM 1 BROWN 2 WHITE 3 BLUE 4 BLACK 5 GREY

+24VDC COM

1 BROWN 2 WHITE 3 BLUE 4 BLACK 5 GREY

1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

Figure 5 Electronic Air Controller

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Prepare for Service

• To avoid electric shock, remove power from the system before servicing.

• All electrical wiring must be done by a qualified electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations.

• Do not substitute or modify system components.

• Read

Warnings, page 3 .

NOTICE

To avoid equipment damage, the bearing air must be on while the turbine is spinning and must not be turned off until the cup comes to a complete stop.

1. Verify that the cup is not rotating.

2. Close the air shutoff valve on the air controller air supply line.

3. Unplug the power supply.

Replace the Control Module

Follow these instructions to replace the control module (Refs. 2 and 6). Order Kit 25C423, which includes the module and the necessary software token.

1. Follow directions at

Prepare for Service, page 24

.

2. Label each cable with the number of the connection port. Disconnect all cables from both the base module (2) and the cube module (6).

3. Remove the module door (5).

4. Loosen the fasteners (6a) and remove the control module (6).

5. Remove fasteners (3 and 4), then remove the base (2).

6. Install the new base (2). Tighten fasteners (3 and 4).

7. Install the new control module (6). Tighten the fasteners (6a).

8. Reinstall the module door (5).

9. Refer to the labels to reconnect each cable. If you did not use labels, remove the wire duct cover. Refer to the schematic and the following table for connection information.

10. Load the correct software onto the control module, using the token.

NOTICE

The module will not work if the software is not installed. See directions in the System Logic

Controller manual (3A3955) for loading the software.

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Table 8 Replace Control Module, Electronic Air Controller

Repair

Table 9 Replace Control Module, Manual Air Controller

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Front Side Back Side

2

3

5

6

7

Table 10 Electronic Air Controller

Module

Connection

1

Purpose

4

Paint Trigger Solenoid

Dump Trigger Solenoid

Solvent Trigger Solenoid

Trigger In

Shaping Air Inner Solenoid and V2P

Regulator

Shaping Air Outer Solenoid and V2P

Regulator

Auxiliary Solenoids

V2P Regulator Pressure Feedback

5

6

3

4

7

Table 11 Manual Air Controller

Module

Connection

1

Purpose

2

Turbine Air Solenoid

Paint Trigger Solenoid

Dump Trigger Solenoid

Solvent Trigger Solenoid

Trigger In

Pressure Switch

Shaping Air Inner Solenoid

Shaping Air Outer Solenoid

Auxiliary Solenoids

System Connection

Terminal Blocks 1 and 3

Terminal Blocks 4 and 5

Terminal Blocks 6 and 7

Optocoupler

Terminal Blocks 12–17

Terminal Blocks 19–24

Terminal Blocks 27–32, 35

None

Unused

System Connection

Terminal Blocks 1 and 2

Terminal Blocks 3 and 4

Terminal Blocks 5 and 6

Terminal Blocks 7 and 8

Optocoupler

Terminal Blocks 11–13

Terminal Blocks 14–15

Terminal Blocks 18–19

Terminal Blocks 23–27, 28, and 31

Unused

Unused

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Replace the Trigger or Auxiliary Solenoid Valve

1. Follow directions at

Prepare for Service, page 24

.

2. Disconnect the electrical wires. See the following table:

Table 12 Wire Connections, Solenoids 4–7

Solenoid

4 — Solvent

5 — Dump

6 — Paint

7 — Turbine

Terminal Blocks

Electronic

Controls

Manual

Controls

6 and 7

4 and 5

1 and 3

N/A

7 and 8

5 and 6

1 and 2

3 and 4

3. Remove the solenoid (34).

4. Install a new solenoid (34). Connect the line power and the COM wire to the two terminal blocks listed. It doesn’t matter which wire goes to which terminal. See table.

5. Test the new solenoid using maintenance screens on the System Logic Controller. See manual 3A3955, System Logic Controller, for more information.

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27

Repair

Replace the Voltage to Pressure (V2P) Regulator

NOTE: This part is not used on Manual Air

Controllers.

Follow these directions to replace the voltage to pressure regulator (41).

1. Follow directions at

Prepare for Service, page 24

.

2. Remove the turbine air solenoid. See

Replace the Trigger or Auxiliary Solenoid Valve, page 27 .

3. Disconnect the cable (44) and tube (50).

4. Remove screws (35) to remove the regulator assembly, including the bracket (40).

5. Remove screws (40a) to disconnect the regulator from the bracket.

6. Remove the elbows (10, 12),the muffler (61) and the reducer bushing (69).

7. Apply thread sealant to the threads on the elbows

(10, 12) and the reducer bushing (69). Tighten them into the new regulator (41), along with the muffler (61).

8. Use screws (40a) to attach the new regulator

(41) to the bracket.

9. Use screws (35) to attach the assembly to the controller box.

10. Reconnect the cable (44) and tube (50).

11. Reinstall the turbine air solenoid. See

Replace the Trigger or Auxiliary Solenoid Valve, page 27 .

Also see the calibration procedure on the System

Logic Controller manual, 3A3955, in Inital

Setup/Calibration Screen .

NOTE: For better accuracy, perform a “zero clear” as detailed in the instruction manual that is included with the V2P regulator. The unit should be powered on with no air applied.

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Replace a Shaping Air Solenoid Valve

NOTE: This part is not used on Manual Air

Controllers.

Follow these directions to replace either the inner shaping air (SI) solenoid (57) or the outer shaping air

(SO) solenoid (57).

1. See

Prepare for Service, page 24

.

2. Disconnect the air tubing (49).

3. Disconnect the electrical wires. See the table for more information.

Table 13 Wire Connections, Solenoids 8 and 9

Solenoid Terminal Blocks

Electronic Air

Controller

13 and 14

Manual Air

Controller

14 and 15 Inner

Shaping Air

Outer

Shaping Air

20 and 21 18 and 19

4. Loosen the swivel on the fitting (58). Remove the solenoid assembly.

5. Remove the fittings (58, 59) and muffler (61) from the solenoid (57).

6. Apply thread sealant to the threads on the fittings

(58, 59). Tighten them into the new solenoid, along with the muffler (61).

7. Install the solenoid assembly and tighten the swivel on fitting (58).

8. Reconnect the wires. Connect the line power and the COM wire to the two terminal blocks listed. It doesn’t matter which wire goes to which terminal. See the table.

9. Reconnect the air tubing (49).

10. Test the new solenoid using maintenance screens on the system logic controller. See manual 3A3955, System Logic Controller, for more information.

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Replace the Pressure Switch

NOTE: This part is not used on Electronic Air

Controllers.

Follow these directions to replace the pressure switch

(101, Kit 26A292).

1. Follow directions at

Prepare for Service, page 24

.

2. Disconnect the air tubing (26).

3. Disconnect the wires (110) from the pressure switch (101).

4. Remove two screws (96), then remove the pressure switch assembly.

5. Use screws (96) to attach the pressure switch assembly to the box.

6. Reconnect the wires (110).

Pressure Switch Wire

COM

NO

NC

Terminal Block

11

12

13

7. Reconnect the air tubing (26).

Replace a Pressure Gauge

NOTE: This part is not used on Electronic Air

Controllers.

Follow these directions to replace the pressure gauge

(104)

1. Follow directions at

Prepare for Service, page 24

.

2. Remove the air tubing (26).

3. Loosen the swivel on elbow (107).

4. Remove the nuts (104a and 40b) the bracket

(104c) and the pressure gauge (104).

5. Install a new pressure gauge (104). Slide the bracket (104c) onto the gauge and secure with nuts (104a and 104b).

6. Tighten the swivel on the elbow (107).

7. Reconnect the air tubing (26).

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Replace a Pressure Regulator

NOTE: This part is not used on Electronic Air

Controllers.

Follow these directions to replace the pressure regulator (106).

1. Follow directions at

Prepare for Service, page 24

.

2. Remove the air tubing (26).

3. Loosen the regulator nut (105) on the front of the box.

4. Remove the regulator assembly.

5. Remove the elbows (33, 99, and 107), pipe plug

(39), and the connector (108).

6. Apply thread sealant to the threads on the elbows

(33, 99, and 107) and the connector (108).

Tighten them into the new regulator (106). Install the pipe plug (39).

7. Install the new regulator assembly and tighten the regulator nut (105).

8. Reconnect the air tubing (26).

Repair

Replace the Bearing Air Filter

NOTE: This part is not used on Electronic Air

Controllers.

Follow these directions to replace the bearing air filter (79).

1. Follow directions at

Prepare for Service, page 24 .

2. Pull fitting (109) off of tee (103).

3. Leave tee and fitting (80) together and pull the assembly off of the filter (79).

4. Remove the filter (79) from fitting (81).

Note the flow direction arrow on the filter. The flow should go from the air manifold block to the bulkhead on the enclosure.

5. Install the new filter (79) on fitting (81).

6. Reattach the push-to-connect fitting (80) and the tee (103).

7. Reconnect fitting (109).

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Parts

Parts

Electronic Air Controller (Model 24Z222)

32 3A3954C

Electronic Air Controller (Model 24Z222)

Parts

3A3954C 33

Parts

21

22

23

24

25

26

28

29

8

9

6

7

2

3

Ref Part

1

Description

— — — ENCLOSURE

4

5

289697 MODULE, base

— — — SCREW, machine, pan head, 6–32 x 1 1/2 in.

— — — SCREW, machine, pan head, 6–32 x 0.75 in.

277674 DOOR, cube

289696 MODULE, cube

158491 NIPPLE, 1/2–14 npt

— — — MANIFOLD, air speed

10

11

12

13

14

16

17

514930 SCREW, cap, socket head,

#10–32 x 2.5 in.

16F151 ELBOW, swivel, 3/8 T x 3/8 npt

100721 PLUG, pipe

110249 ELBOW, 90 degree, 1/4–18 npt

— — — UNION, 5/16 Tube, bulkhead

C06061 MUFFLER, sintered, 1/8 dia

121818 UNION, 5/32 Tube

— — — RAIL, mounting

18

20

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

Qty

1

1

1

4

1

1

1

1

2

5

1

2

2

1

6

1

112446 BLOCK, clamp end

24Z246 BLOCK, terminal, optocoupler

120491 BLOCK, terminal

2

1

38

120490 COVER, end

— — — PLUG, button, 1 5/16 in.

— — — PLUG, 1 in., round, plastic 2

— — — CABLE, M12—5P

1

1

1

20 ft.

598095 TUBE, 5/32 OD

— — — CABLE, M8–4P, 0.3 m

— — — CABLE, M12–8P, 0.5 m

110874 WASHER, flat

112144 SCREW, machine, pan head, #8–32 x 0.25 in.

24T563 MANIFOLD, solenoid

2

1

6

6

1

114151 ELBOW, male, swivel, 5/32

T x 1/8 nptf

16P316 VALVE, solenoid

103833 SCREW, machine, cross recessed, pan head,

#10–32 x 0.375 in.

108982 CONNECTOR, tube

— — — DUCT, wire

6

6

12

1

1

Ref Part Description

38 — — — COVER, wire duct

39 100139 PLUG, pipe

40 17D921 BRACKET, regulator

41 17G386 REGULATOR, electro/pneumatic, 3/8 npt

43 — — — CABLE, M12–5P, 0.5 m

44 — — — CABLE, M12–5P, 1.0 m

45 — — — CABLE, M12–5P, 0.3 m

49 054776 TUBE, 5/16 OD

2

1

2

2

2 ft.

50 054134 TUBE, 3/8 OD

51 — — — MARKER, terminal block,

1–10

52 — — — MARKER, terminal block,

11–20

53 — — — MARKER, terminal block,

21–30

54 — — — MARKER, terminal block,

4 ft.

2

2

2

2

31–40

56 111987 CONNECTOR, strain relief 1

57 116463 VALVE, solenoid, 3–way 2

5

2

Qty

1

58 156823 UNION, swivel

59 115948 ELBOW, 1/4 npt x 5/16T

60 — — — BRACKET, mounting, enclosure

61 112173 MUFFLER

62 — — — O-RING, 13mm, light blue, included with Ref. 63

63 24T565 PLUG, manifold, includes o-ring (ref. 62)

66 — — — WIRE, ground

3

67 101390 WASHER, lock

68 100272 WASHER, lock, #6

69

70

C19675 BUSHING, reducer

— — — LABEL, port locations

74 151395 WASHER, flat

75 103181 WASHER, lock, ext.

76 100518 SCREW, machine, pan head, #6–32 x 0.375 in.

77 116343 SCREW, ground 1

78 172953 LABEL, grounding location 1

84 ▲ 17K394 LABEL, warning 1

85 17E418 CABLE, splitter 1

4

4

2

1

4

1

2

1

4

3

2

2

1

▲ Replacement Danger and Warning labels, tags, and cards are available at no cost.

34 3A3954C

Manual Air Controller (Model 24Z221)

Parts

3A3954C 35

Parts

Manual Air Controller (Model 24Z221)

36 3A3954C

6

7

2

3

Ref Part

1

Description

— — — ENCLOSURE

4

5

289697 MODULE, base

— — — SCREW, machine, pan head, 6–32 x 1 1/2 in.

— — — SCREW, machine, pan head, 6–32 x 0.75 in.

277674 DOOR, cube

289696 MODULE, cube

14

16

17

18

159239 NIPPLE, pipe, 3/8–18 npt x 1/2–14 npt

C06061 MUFFLER, sintered, 1/8 dia

121818 UNION, 5/32 T

— — — RAIL, mounting

20

21

112446 BLOCK, clamp end

24Z226 BLOCK, terminal, optocoupler

120491 BLOCK, terminal

32

33

34

35

36

45

50

51

22

23

24

25

26

28

29

30

31

37

38

39

52

53

31

120490 COVER, end

— — — PLUG, button, 1 5/16

— — — PLUG, 1 in., round, plastic 2

— — — CABLE, M12—5P

1

1

2

598095 TUBE, 5/32 OD

— — — CABLE, M8–4P, 0.3 m

— — — CABLE, M12–8P, 0.5 m

110874 WASHER, flat

28 ft.

2

1

6

6 112144 SCREW, machine, pan head, #8–32 x 0.25 in.

24T563 MANIFOLD, solenoid

114151 ELBOW, male, swivel, 5/32

T x 1/8 nptf

16P316 VALVE, solenoid

103833 SCREW, machine, cross recessed, pan head,

#10–32 x 0.375 in.

108982 CONNECTOR, 3/8 Tube,

90 degree,

— — — DUCT, wire

— — — COVER, wire duct

100139 PLUG, pipe

— — — CABLE, M12–5P

054134 TUBE, 3/8 OD

— — — MARKER, terminal block,

1–10

— — — MARKER, terminal block,

11–20

— — — MARKER, terminal block,

21–30

Qty

1

1

1

4

1

1

3

1

7

1

2

1

1

12

9

4

1

1

1

5

2

1.5 ft.

2

2

2

Parts

Ref Part

54

56

Description

— — — MARKER, terminal block,

Qty

2

31–40

111987 CONNECTOR, strain relief 1

60

66

— — — BRACKET, mounting, enclosure

— — — WIRE, ground

1

1

67 101390 WASHER, lock 2

68

70

74

75

76

100272 WASHER, lock, #6

— — — LABEL, port locations

151395 WASHER, flat

103181 WASHER, lock, ext.

77

78

79

80

81

83

100518 SCREW, machine, pan head, #6–32 x 0.375 in.

116343 SCREW, ground

4

1

172953 LABEL, grounding location 1

17M754 FILTER, coalescing, miniature

17A244 FITTING, push to connect,

1/2 to 1/4 reducing

128798 FITTING, push to connect,

1/4 Tube x 3/8 npt(m)

154636 WASHER, flat

84 ▲ 17K394 LABEL, warning

85 17E418 CABLE, splitter

1

1

1

4

1

1

4

4

1

1

1

1

3

92

93

94

95

96

98

99

512905 FITTING, brass

111411 CONNECTOR, 1/2T

— — — TEE, 1/2–14 npt x 1/2 T

OD

120435 REGULATOR, remote piloted

100171 SCREW, pan head,#4–40 x 0.5 in.

— — — CONNECTOR, push-in,

5/16 T, 3/8 nptf

114469 ELBOW, swivel, 1/4 nptf

100 — — — CONNECTOR, male,

10–32 UNF x 5/32 T

101 26A292 SWITCH, pressure, 70 psi, includes screws (Ref. 96) and connector (Ref. 100)

102 — — — CONNECTOR, spade

103 513226 TEE, 1/2 in.

104 P00569 GAUGE, pressure, air

105 115244 NUT, regulator

106 110318 REGULATOR, air, 1/4 in.

npt

107 15T498 ELBOW, 90 degree, swivel, 5/32T x 1/8 npt

108 15D916 CONNECTOR, 5/32 to 1/4 npt

3

2

4

6

1

1

3

3

3

3

3

1

3

3A3954C 37

Parts

Ref Part Description

109 — — — FITTING, straight, 1/2 x

3/8 Tube

111 061513 TUBE, 1/2 OD

Qty

1

2 ft.

▲ Replacement Danger and Warning labels, tags, and cards are available at no cost.

38 3A3954C

Kits and Accessories

Power Supply Kit 24Z224

Kits and Accessories

Ref.

74

75

76

201

200

— — —

Part

100518

103181

141395

120999

— — —

245202

Description

WASHER, flat

WASHER, lock

SCREW, machine, pan head, #6–32 x 0.375 in.

RESISTOR, termination

POWER SUPPLY

CORDSET, USA, 10 ft. (3 m) 13A, 120V; not shown

1

1

1

Qty.

4

4

4

3A3954C 39

Kits and Accessories

System Logic Controller Kit 24Z223

Part

— — —

Description

MODULE, System Logic

Controller

17M465 TOKEN, software upgrade

Qty.

1

1

Graco CAN Cables

Part

130193

121001

121002

121003

Length

0.5 m (1.6 ft.)

1 m (3.3 ft.)

1.5 m (4.9 ft.)

3 m (9.8 ft.)

Communication Gateway Kits

Part

CGMDN0

CGMEP0

24W462

CGMPN0

Description

DeviceNet

EhterNet IP

Modbus TCP

PROFINET

ProBell Gateway Installation Kit

24Z574

Part

— — —

130193

121901

— — —

100272

— — —

— — —

Description

TOKEN, programming

CABLE, CAN, 0.5 m

SUPPRESSOR

SCREW, machine, 6–32 x

1–1/2

WASHER, lock, #6

SCREW, #6–32 x 0.75 in.

GROMMET, bulkhead, cable entry

Qty

1

1

2

1

1

4

1

Optocoupler Kit 24Z246

Part

— — —

Description

Block, terminal, optocoupler

Qty

1

ProBell Token Programming Kit

17M465

System Logic Controller Screen

Protector 15V511

40 3A3954C

Technical Specifications

Technical Specifications

ProBell Air Controller

Maximum air working pressure

Turbine speed, maximum operating

Bearing air, minimum required

Air Connection

Maximum Operating Voltage

Operating Temperature Range

Power connection for part 24Z224

External Power Requirements for part 24Z224

Storage Temperature Range

Weight

US

100 psi

Metric

0.69 MPa, 7.0 bar

60,000 rpm

70 psi

1/2” npt

0.5 MPa, 5.0 bar

24 VDC, 2.5A

32° to 122° F 0° to 50° C

Straight IEC 320–C13 male connector and a North American

NEMA 5–15P ISP male plug are provided.

100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2A maximum draw, 15 amp circuit breaker recommended

–22° to 140° F

47.5 lb.

–30° to 60° C

21.5 kg.

3A3954C 41

Graco Standard Warranty

Graco warrants all equipment referenced in this document which is manufactured by Graco and bearing its name to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of sale to the original purchaser for use. With the exception of any special, extended, or limited warranty published by Graco, Graco will, for a period of twelve months from the date of sale, repair or replace any part of the equipment determined by Graco to be defective. This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Graco’s written recommendations.

This warranty does not cover, and Graco shall not be liable for general wear and tear, or any malfunction, damage or wear caused by faulty installation, misapplication, abrasion, corrosion, inadequate or improper maintenance, negligence, accident, tampering, or substitution of non-Graco component parts. Nor shall

Graco be liable for malfunction, damage or wear caused by the incompatibility of Graco equipment with structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco, or the improper design, manufacture, installation, operation or maintenance of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco.

This warranty is conditioned upon the prepaid return of the equipment claimed to be defective to an authorized Graco distributor for verification of the claimed defect. If the claimed defect is verified, Graco will repair or replace free of charge any defective parts. The equipment will be returned to the original purchaser transportation prepaid. If inspection of the equipment does not disclose any defect in material or workmanship, repairs will be made at a reasonable charge, which charges may include the costs of parts, labor, and transportation.

THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE, AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR

OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

Graco’s sole obligation and buyer’s sole remedy for any breach of warranty shall be as set forth above.

The buyer agrees that no other remedy (including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damages for lost profits, lost sales, injury to person or property, or any other incidental or consequential loss) shall be available. Any action for breach of warranty must be brought within two (2) years of the date of sale.

GRACO MAKES NO WARRANTY, AND DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF

MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IN CONNECTION WITH

ACCESSORIES, EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS OR COMPONENTS SOLD BUT NOT MANUFACTURED BY

GRACO. These items sold, but not manufactured by Graco (such as electric motors, switches, hose, etc.), are subject to the warranty, if any, of their manufacturer. Graco will provide purchaser with reasonable assistance in making any claim for breach of these warranties.

In no event will Graco be liable for indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages resulting from

Graco supplying equipment hereunder, or the furnishing, performance, or use of any products or other goods sold hereto, whether due to a breach of contract, breach of warranty, the negligence of Graco, or otherwise.

The Parties acknowledge that they have required that the present document, as well as all documents, notices and legal proceedings entered into, given or instituted pursuant hereto or relating directly or indirectly hereto, be drawn up in English. Les parties reconnaissent avoir convenu que la rédaction du présente document sera en Anglais, ainsi que tous documents, avis et procédures judiciaires exécutés, donnés ou intentés, à la suite de ou en rapport, directement ou indirectement, avec les procédures concernées.

Graco Information

For the latest information about Graco products, visit www.graco.com. For patent information, see www.graco.com/patents.

To place an order, contact your Graco Distributor or call to identify the nearest distributor.

Phone: 612-623-6921 or Toll Free: 1-800-328-0211 Fax: 612-378-3505

All written and visual data contained in this document reflects the latest product information available at the time of publication.

Graco reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.

Original Instructions. This manual contains English, MM 3A3657

Graco Headquarters: Minneapolis

International Offices: Belgium, China, Japan, Korea

GRACO INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES • P.O. BOX 1441 • MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55440-1441 • USA

Copyright 2016, Graco Inc. All Graco manufacturing locations are registered to ISO 9001.

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Revision C, September 2017

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