30010, 30015 and 30022 T5X, G5X EP Express

Published Manual Number/ECN: ME7T5X11AE/2004063N
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• Access date: 2/9/2004
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Schematic/Electrical Parts—
30010, 30015 and 30022
T5X, G5X
E-P Express
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Table of Contents
for ME7T5X11AE/2004063N
30010, 30015 and 30022 T5X, G5X E-P Express
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Description
Document/ECN
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34
36
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Component Parts List
Warranty
How to Order Parts
How to Use Electrical Schematics
3 Phase Motor Connection Diagram
3P Motor Diagram-Multivolt
Component Location Details
Board to Board Wiring
Flushing Supplies
Electrical Valves
Microprocessor Inputs
Control Circuit Transformer
Start Circuit & Door Interlock
Start Circuit w/ Fuse/Relay Board
Variable Speed Controller GPD305
Variable Speed Controller GPD315 (1PH)
Variable Speed Controller GPD506 (1PH)
W7T5XPL/2003356N
BMP720097/92732A
BMP720097R/72332A
MSFD0106AE/95041V
BMP850029/99362B
W80008/2001253A
W7T5XTG1/2002372A
W7T5XBW/2004063B
W7T5XCF/2001135B
W7T5XEV/2001135B
W7T5XIA/2002234B
W7T5XLV/2003356B
W7T5XS+/2001135B
W7T5XS+A/2002372B
W7V5XVPA/2001135B
W7V5XVPB/2001135B
W7T5XVPC/2002364B
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>>PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
BOARD=DISPLAY/SWITCH PANEL
BOARD=PROCESSOR+I/O
>>RELAY-PILOT OR CONTROL
RELAY-OK TO OPEN DOOR
RELAY-OK TO OPEN DOOR
RELAY-DOOR CLOSED AND LOCKED
RELAY-DOOR CLOSED AND LOCKED
>>CONTACTOR-MOTOR STARTER
CONTACTOR-ENABLE INVERTER
CONTACTOR-ENABLE INVERTER
>>FUSE OR FUSE HOLDER
FUSE-CONTROL CIRCUIT X-BUS
FUSE-CONTROL CIRCUIT Y-BUS
FUSE-CONTROL CIRCUIT X-BUS
FUSE-CONTROL CIRCUIT Y-BUS
FUSE-TRANSFORMER PRIMARY
FUSE-TRANSFORMER PRIMARY
>>ELECTROMAGNET AND SOLENOID
SOLENOID-DOOR UNLOCK
SOLENOID-DRAIN VALVE
>>POWER SUPPLY-ELECTRONIC
POWER SUPPLY-MICROPROCESSOR
>>TRANSFORMERS
TRANSFORMER-INCOMING VOLT.240VAC
TRANSFORMER-208VAC TO 240VAC
TRANSFORMER-380/480V TO 240V
TRANSFORMER-600V TO 240V
>>MOTORS
MOTOR-WASHER
MOTOR-WASHER
BADV
BAUP
CR
CRD
CRD
CRDL
CRDL
CS
CSVP
CSVP
EF
EF1
EF2
EF71A
EF71B
EFP1
EFP2
EM
EMDL
EMDR
ES
ESPS
EX
EXHV
EXHV-1
EXHV-3
EXHV-2
MT
MTWE
MTWE
DETAIL- CONTROL PANEL H8J
BA
01
COMPONENT NUMBER
NUMBER
>>>CONTROL BOX LAYOUTS
FUNCTION OF THIS
COMPONENT
W7T5XVPB
W7T5XVPA
W7T5XLV
W7T5XLV
W7T5XLV
W7T5XLV
W7T5XBW
W7T5XEV
W7T5XS+
W7T5XLV
W7T5XLV
W7T5XS+
W7T5XS+
W7T5XS+A
W7T5XS+A
W7T5XS+A
W7T5XS+
W7T5XS+A
W7T5XS+
W7T5XS+A
W7T5XS+
W7T5XBW
W7T5XBW
W7T5JTG1
MESSAGE SO
MESSAGE SO
09U251AB71
09UA025AAB
09UB25AT71
MESSAGE EW
08PSS3401T
96D350SA71
09K062B71
09FF005AWN
09FF005AWN
09FF006AMA
09FF006AMA
09FF006AMA
09FF006AMA
09MC08C371
09MC08C371
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
09C024D71
08BH18EPXT
08BHEPSPT
B2T2001033
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THIS COMPONENT
WHERE TO FIND
SEE SPECIFIC COMPONENT+NAMEPLATE
SEE SPECIFIC COMPONENT+NAMEPLATE
XFMR 600VPRI/240VSC-250VA-3%REG
XFMR 380-480PRI/120-240SEC250V
AUTOXFMR 208V-230V 250VA
SEE EX37-1, -2, OR -3 FOR VOLTAGE
40 WATT POWER SUPPLY TESTED
DRAINVAL 3" 240V50/60 SUDSPOR
SOLENOID 240/60--220/50 = ILOC
FUSE #KTK 5A600V=HPS HOLDER
FUSE #KTK 5A600V=HPS HOLDER
FUSE BK/ABC 6 AMP 250V BUSS
FUSE BK/ABC 6 AMP 250V BUSS
FUSE BK/ABC 6 AMP 250V BUSS
FUSE BK/ABC 6 AMP 250V BUSS
16A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
16A 3P MCS CONT NR 240V5/6
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
RELAY 4PDT DIFGLD 14PN 240V
188 PROC EP-EXPRESS->TEST
EP+ SWITCH PANEL BD>TEST
3015/3022 T5X CONTROL PANEL
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT PARTS LIST
BELOW SHELL
BELOW SHELL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
BELOW SHELL
DOOR LATCH
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
START/RELAY BD
START/RELAY BD
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
START/RELAY BD
CONTROL PANEL
START/RELAY BD
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
BEHIND SWPNL
SEE FUNCTION
LOCATION
W7T5XPL/2003356N
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FUNCTION OF THIS
COMPONENT NUMBER
>>>MOTOR POWER INVERTERS
INVERTER-VARI SPEED LOW VOLTAGE
INVERTER-VARI SPEED LOW VOLT 1PH
>>SWITCH-HAND OPERATED
SWITCH-208/240VAC
SWITCH-UNLATCH DOOR
SWITCH-UNLATCH DOOR
>>SWITCH-KEYLOCK
SWITCH-RUN/PROGRAM
>>SWITCH-MECHANICAL OPERATED
SWITCH-DOOR CLOSED
SWITCH-DOOR CLOSED
SWITCH-VIBRATION
>>>SWITCH-PRESSURE
PRESSURE SW.-LOW WATER LEVEL
PRESSURE SW.-HIGH WATER LEVEL
>>VALVE-ELECTRIC OPERATED
VALVE-FLUSH DETERGENT
VALVE-FLUSH BLEACH
VALVE-FLUSH SOUR
VALVE-FLUSH SOFTNER
VALVE-FLUSH STARCH
VALVE-COLD WATER
VALVE-FLUSH
VALVE-HOT WATER
COMPONENT
NUMBER
MV
MVINV
MVINV
SH
SH01
SHDD
SHDD
SK
SKPR
SM
SMD
SMD
SMWVB
SP
SPLL
SPHL
VE
VEC1
VEC2
VEC3
VEC4
VEC5
VEWC
VEFL
VEWH
W7T5XEV
W7T5XEV
W7T5XEV
W7T5XCF
W7T5XCF
W7T5XCF
W7T5XCF
W7T5XCF
W7T5XIA
W7T5XIA
W7T5XIA
W7T5XS+A
W7T5XS+
W7T5XIA
W7T5XS+A
W7T5XS+
W7T5XLV
W7T5XVPB
W7T5XVPA
96P016A71
96TDC2AA71
96P016A71
MESSAGE MS
MESSAGE MS
MESSAGE MS
MESSAGE MS
MESSAGE MS
09N086A
09N086A
SAE03 151
02-04177
02-04177
09N127C
09N405PB10
09N405PB10
09N050
09MV050F74
09MV030G74
MILNOR P/N
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THIS COMPONENT
WHERE TO FIND
1/2DUOVAL 240VHAYS4-3108-240
1/2" N/C 2WAY 240V50/60C VALVE
1/2DUOVAL 240VHAYS4-3108-240
CHEMICAL FLUSHING VALVE BY OTHERS
CHEMICAL FLUSHING VALVE BY OTHERS
CHEMICAL FLUSHING VALVE BY OTHERS
CHEMICAL FLUSHING VALVE BY OTHERS
CHEMICAL FLUSHING VALVE BY OTHERS
PRESS SWITCH EATON #738-761
PRESS SWITCH EATON #738-761
ASSY-VIBRATION SWT=LG CONTR
MICROSWITCH, 1 IN LEVER
MICROSWITCH, 1 IN LEVER
KEYSW SPST 7A120VAC SCREW TERM
SWASS PBBK 1NO
SWASS PBBK 1NO
TOGSW SPDT NO OFF 10A250V
VARSPEED STANDARD 5HP 230V
VARSPEED 3HP 11A 230V GPD305
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT PARTS LIST
REAR OF MACH
REAR OF MACH
REAR OF MACH
SUPPLY INJECT
SUPPLY INJECT
SUPPLY INJECT
SUPPLY INJECT
SUPPLY INJECT
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
DOOR LATCH
DOOR LATCH
SWITCH PANEL
DOOR LATCH
DOOR LATCH
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
LOCATION
W7T5XPL/2003356N
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We warrant to the original purchaser that MILNOR machines including electronic
hardware/software (hereafter referred to as “equipment”), will be free from defects in material
and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of shipment from our factory with no
operating hour limitation. This warranty is contingent upon the equipment being installed,
operated and serviced as specified in the operating manual supplied with the equipment, and
operated under normal conditions by competent operators.
Providing we receive written notification of a warranted defect within 30 days of its discovery,
we will – at our option – repair or replace the defective part or parts, FOB our factory. We
retain the right to require inspection of the parts claimed defective in our factory prior to
repairing or replacing same. We will not be responsible, or in any way liable, for unauthorized
repairs or service to our equipment, and this warranty shall be void if the equipment is repaired
or altered in any way without MILNOR’s written consent.
Parts which require routine replacement due to normal wear – such as gaskets, contact points,
brake and clutch linings and similar parts – are not covered by this warranty, nor are parts
damaged by exposure to weather or to chemicals.
We reserve the right to make changes in the design and/or construction of our equipment
(including purchased components) without obligation to change any equipment previously
supplied.
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THE EXPRESS UNDERSTANDING THAT MILNOR MAKES NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR USE OR
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ACTUALLY INCURRED OR REQUIRED AS A RESULT OF: THE FAILURE OF ANY OTHER
PERSON OR ENTITY TO PERFORM ITS RESPONSIBILITIES, FIRE OR OTHER HAZARD,
ACCIDENT, IMPROPER STORAGE, MISUSE, NEGLECT, POWER OR ENVIRONMENTAL
CONTROL MALFUNCTIONS, DAMAGE FROM LIQUIDS, OR ANY OTHER CAUSE BEYOND
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CONSEQUENTIAL COSTS OR DAMAGES, OR ANY COSTS OR DAMAGES WHATSOEVER
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WITH THE SALE OR FURNISHING OF OUR EQUIPMENT TO ANY BUYER.
BMP720097
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How to order repair parts
Repair parts may be ordered either from the authorized dealer who sold you this
machine, or directly from the MILNOR factory. In most cases, your dealer will
have these parts in stock.
When ordering parts, please be sure to give us the following information:
1. Model and serial number of the machine for which the parts are required
2.
Part number
3. Name of the part
4. Quantity needed
5. Method of shipment desired
6. In correspondence regarding motors or electrical controls, please include all
nameplate data, including wiring diagram number and the make or
manufacturer of the motor or controls.
All parts will be shipped C.O.D. transportation charges collect only.
Please read this manual
It is strongly recommended that you read the installation and operating manual
before attempting to install or operate your machine. We suggest that this manual
be kept in your business office so that it will not become lost.
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BMP720097R
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Milnor electrical schematic manuals contain a table of contents/component list, a set of schematic drawings, and a signal routing table. These documents are cross referenced and must be used together.
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The table of contents/components list shows, for every component on every schematic in the manual, the
component item number(explained in detail below), statement of function, parent schematic number, part number,
description and electric box location.
The schematic drawings use symbols for each electro-mechanical component, and indicate the function of
each. Integrated circuits are not shown, but the function of each microprocessor input and output is stated. Certain
electrical components not pertinent to circuit logic, such as wire connectors, are not represented on the schematic
but are shown in the signal routing table. Most machines (manuals) require several schematics to describe the
complete control system including all available options. However, this means that there are usually some
schematics that do not apply to a specific machine. Each schematic is devoted to circuits with common functions
(e.g., microprocessor inputs, motor contactors). Schematics appear in the manual in alphanumeric order.
The signal routing table assists in determining wire routing. It identifies each group of conductors in a control
system connected with zero resistance. Groups are identified by a two or three character wire number. Each wire
belonging to such a group of conductors has that group’s wire number printed along the wire insulation. Although
there are some exceptions, generally each group of conductors within the entire electrical system for a machine
family has its own unique wire number. The signal routing table for the manual lists each wire alphanumerically by
wire number and each component/pin number to which the wire is attached, including those not shown on the
schematics (e.g., wire connectors). Milnor document MSTS0202BE HOW TO USE THE SIGNAL ROUTING
TABLE provides more information.
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Component Prefix Classifications and Descriptions
The component item numbers consist of up to six characters and appear as part of a component’s symbol on
the schematic. The first two characters indicate the general class of component and the remaining characters are a
mnemonic for the function. For example, CD is the code for all time delay relays and SR stands for safety reset.
Thus, CDSR is a time delay relay that serves as a safety reset.
The following are descriptions of the electrical components used in Milnor
alphabetical order of the component class code (two character prefix).
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machines. Descriptions are in
BA=Printed Circuit Board Insulating substrate on which a thin pattern of copper conductors has been
À
formed to connect discreet electronic components also mounted on the board.
CB=Circuit Breaker Automatic switch that opens an electric circuit in abnormal curÀ
rent conditions (e.g., an overload).
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CD=Control, Time Delay Relay A relay whose contacts
À
switch only after a fixed or adjustable delay, once voltage has been applied to its coil. The contacts switch back to normal (de-energized state)
immediately when the voltage is removed.
À
CL=Control, Latch Relay A re la y w h ic h
latches in an energized or set position when operated
by one coil (the latch/set coil). The relay stays latched,
even though coil voltage is removed. The relay
releases or unlatches when voltage is applied to a
second coil, (the unlatch/reset coil).
CR=Control, Relay A relay whose contacts switch immediately
À
when voltage is applied to its coil and revert to normal when the voltage
is removed.
À
CP=Control, Photo-Eyes Photo-eyes sense the presence of
an object without direct physical contact. Photo-eyes consist of a transmitter, receiver, and output module.These components may be housed
in one assembly with the transmitter bouncing light off of a reflector to
the receiver, or these components can be housed in two separate assemblies with the transmitter pointed directly at the receiver.
The photo-eye can be set to turn on its output either when the light
beam becomes blocked (dark operate) or when it becomes unblocked
(light operate).
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CS=Control, Contactor/Motor Starter A relay capable of handling heavier electrical loads, usually a
À
motor.
EB=Electric Buzzer An audible signaling device.
À
EC=Electric Clutch A clutch consists of a coil and a rotor. The rotor has two separate rotating plates. These
À
plates are free to rotate independent of each other until the coil is energized. Once energized the two plates turn as
one.
ED=Electronic Display A visual presentation of data, such as an LCD (liquid crystal display), LED (light
À
emitting diode) display, or VFD (vacuum florescent display).
EF=Electric Fuse A fuse is an over-current safety device with a circuit opening fusible member which is
À
heated and severed by the passage of over-current through it.
EL=Electric Light Indicator lights may be either incandescent or fluorescent.
À
EM=Electro Magnet Solenoid A device consisting of a core surrounded by a wire coil through which an
À
electric current is passed. While current is flowing, iron is attracted to the core (e.g., a pinch tube drain valve solenoid).
ES=Electronic Power Supply A device that converts AC (alternating current) to filtered and regulated DC
À
(direct current). The input voltage to the power supply is usually 120 or 240 VAC . The output is +5, +12, and -12 VDC.
ET=Thermal Overload A safety device designed to protect a motor. A thermal
À
overload consists of an overload block, heaters, and an auxiliary contact. The auxiliary
contact is normally installed in a safety (three-wire) circuit that stops power to the motor
contactor coil when a motor overload occurs.
EX=Electrical Transformer A device that transfers electrical energy from
À
one isolated circuit to another, often raising or lowering the voltage in the process.
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KB=Keyboard Device similar to a typewriter for making entries to a computer.
À
MN=Electronic Monitor (CRT) A cathode ray tube used for visual presentation of data.
À
MR=Motors Electro-mechanical device that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy.
À
MV=Motor (Variable Speed) Inverter To vary the speed of an AC motor, the volts to frequency ratio
À
must be kept constant. The motor will overheat if this ratio is not maintained.
The motor variable speed inverter converts three phase AC to DC. The inverter then uses this DC voltage to
generate AC at the proper voltage and frequency for the commanded speed.
NOTE: Switch symbols used in the schematics and described below always depict the switch in its
unactuated state.
PX=Proximity Switch A device which reacts to the proximity of an target
À
without physical contact or connection. The actuator or target causes a change in the
inductance of the proximity switch which causes the switch to operate. Proximity
switches can be two-wire (AC) or three-wire (DC) devices.
SC=Switch, Cam Operated A switch in which the electrical contacts are opened and/or
À
closed by the mechanical action of a cam(s). Applications include 35-50 pound timer operated
machines, autospot, timer reversing motor assembly, and some balancing systems.
SH=Switch, Hand Operated A switch that is manually operated (e.g., Start button,
À
Master switch, etc.).
SK=Switch, Key Lock A switch that requires a key to operate . This prevents unauthorized
À
personnel from gaining access to certain functions (e.g., the Program Menu).
SL=Switch, Level Operated A switch connected to a float that causes the switch to open
À
and close as the level changes.
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SM=Switch, Mechanically Operated A switch that is mechanically operated by a part of
À
or the motion of the machine (e.g., door closed switch, tilt limit switches, etc.)
SP=Switch, Pressure Operated A switch consisting of a diaphragm that
À
pushes against a switch actuator.
ST=Switch, Temperature Operated A switch that is actuated at a preset temperature
À
(e.g., dryer safety probes) or has adjustable set points (e.g., Motometers or Combistats).
TB=Terminal Board A strip or block for attaching or terminating wires.
À
VE=Valve, Electric Operated A valve operated by an electric coil to control the flow of
À
fluid. The fluid can be air, water or hydraulics.
ZF=Rectifier A solid state device that converts alternating current to
À
direct current.
À
WC=Wiring Connector A coupling device for joining two cables or connecting a cable to an electronic
circuit or piece of equipment. Connectors are male or female, according to whether they plug into or receive the
mating connector.
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Component Terminal Numbering
NOTE: Numbers shown usually appear on the component.
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Features of Milnor Electrical Schematics
Document W6DRYGS+A shown on the next page, is part of an actual schematic for the Milnor Gas Dryer.
For the purposes of this instruction, the schematic is shown gray and explanations of the items on the schematic are
shown black.
The item numbers below correspond to the circled item numbers shown on the drawing.
¬ The first six characters of the drawing number (W6DRYG)indicate that this is a wiring diagram (W), identify the generation of controls (6), and identify the type of machine (DRYG=Gas Dryer). These characters
appear in the drawing number of every schematic in the set.
The characters following the first six are unique to each drawing. The two characters identified as the page
number are an abbreviation for the function performed by the depicted circuitry (S+=three-wire circuit) and
establish the order in which the schematic occurs in the manual (schematics are arranged in alpha-numeric
order in the manual).
Whenever circuitry changes are significant enough to warrant publishing a new schematic drawing, the new
drawing number will be the same as the old except for the major revision letter ( A in the example).
­ Included in the drawing title are the class of control system, the title of this circuit, and the circuit voltage.
® Line numbers are provided along the bottom edge of the drawing. These permit service personnel in the field
and at the Milnor factory to quickly relate circuit locations when discussing troubleshooting over the
phone. Page and line numbers are referenced on the drawing as explained in items five and six below.
¯ General functions of the circuit or portions thereof are stated across the top edge of the drawing.
° Relay contacts show the page and line number on which the relay coil may be found. This is the type of
cross referencing most frequently used in troubleshooting.
± Relay coils show the page and line number on which its associated contacts are located.
² Relay contacts and relay coils show the physical location of the relay.
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³ The designation MTA applies to electronic circuit board connections. Typically, a control system will con-
tain several different types of circuit boards and one or more boards of each type. A numerical suffix identifies the board type and a numerical prefix identifies which one of several boards of a given type is being
depicted. For example, the designation 1MTA5 identifies this as the first I/O board (8 output, 16 input
board) in the control system. As shown on the drawing, a pin number follows the board number, separated
by a dash. Thus, 1MTA5-9 is pin 9 on this board. The numerical designations for board types vary from one
control system to another. Some of the board types commonly encountered on the Mark II washer-extractor
control and their designations are as follows:
MTA1-MTA6 = 8 output, 16 input (8/16) boards.
MTA11-MTA16 = 16 output boards
MTA30-MTA40 = processor boards
MTA41-MTA43 = digital to analog (D/A) boards
MTA51-MTA56 = analog to digital (A/D) boards
The complete listing of the boards utilized in a given control system can be found in the component list for
that system.
´ The wire numbers, as described in the explanation of the signal routing table at the beginning of this section,
are shown at appropriate locations on the schematic drawing.
µ Where diamond symbols appear at the end of a conductor, these are match points for continuing the
schematic on another drawing. The page and line number that continues the circuit is printed adjacent to the
diamond symbol. Where more than one match point appears on the referenced page, match diamonds containing corresponding letters.
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4
5
6
7
10
14
8
1
9
2
3
15
16
17
18
S
WC
V
WC
D
WC
M5
M3
CHEMICAL
OUTPUTS OUTPUTS
1
4
3
6
1
4
3
6
9
1
3
1
M2
TB1
CRD
EF2
EF1
BAFR
CRDL
BOARD
E E
F F
1 2
NOT
FOR
208/
240
VOLT
TBA
GND CSVS
WCK
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(SOFTWARE) MAKE SURE
THE REFERENCE NOTCH
IS AS SHOWN AND THAT
NO PINS ARE BENT UNDER
EPROM
CHIP.
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BAUP
188
POWER
M1
PROCESSOR
M6
INPUTS
DISPLAY
1
14
19
S
H
O
1
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INVERTER
SPLL
W7T5XTG1
2002372A
PELLERIN MILNOR CORPORATION
MICRO 6 SYSTEMS
CONTROL BOX LAYOUT
W7T5XTG1
MICRO 6 SYSTEMS
30015/30022 T5X CONTROL PANEL
SMWVB
12
24
ESPS
1
13
1MTD
7
8
1MTP
SPHL
SW. PNL
M7
W7T5XTG1
2002372A
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