Telemotive teleMotion 3.2 Installation Users Manual #TC10K3.2-0

Telemotive teleMotion 3.2 Installation Users Manual #TC10K3.2-0
Magnetek Material Handling
Radio Control System
Installation and Users Manual
TC10K3.2-0 Rev. E January 2006
Part Number: 25727T
©Copyright 2006 Magnetek Material Handling
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Table of Contents
1- Service Information...........................................................................................................................1
2- Radio Controlled Crane Safety..........................................................................................................2
1. Introduction..................................................................................................................2
2. General.........................................................................................................................2
3. Persons Authorized To Operate Radio Controlled Cranes...........................................2
4. Training Checklist For Crane Operators ......................................................................2
5. Operating Area.............................................................................................................2
6. Transmitter Unit...........................................................................................................3
7. Operating The Crane....................................................................................................3
8. Boarding The Crane.....................................................................................................4
9. Crane Repair ................................................................................................................4
10. Using The Crane As A Work Platform ........................................................................5
11. Condition Of The Radio Controlled Crane ..................................................................5
12. Battery Disposal...........................................................................................................5
3- General System Information .............................................................................................................6
1. General System Information ........................................................................................6
2. Signaling ......................................................................................................................6
3. Transmitter Unit...........................................................................................................6
4. Receiver Unit ...............................................................................................................6
5. Receiver Housing.........................................................................................................6
6. System Specifications ..................................................................................................6
7. Time Multiplex Shared (TMS) System Software ........................................................6
4- Installation Procedure.......................................................................................................................7
1. Pre-Installation Considerations ....................................................................................7
2. Receiver Unit Mounting Location Considerations.......................................................7
3. Line Input Considerations............................................................................................7
4. Wiring Considerations .................................................................................................7
5. Receiver Cabinet Mounting .........................................................................................7
6. Receiver Installation ....................................................................................................8
Figure 4-2. Mounting Template ..........................................................................................9
5- Wiring Diagram...............................................................................................................................11
1. Wiring Diagrams........................................................................................................11
2. Installation Wiring .....................................................................................................11
3. Relay Sequencing ......................................................................................................11
4. Wiring Legend ...........................................................................................................11
Figure 5-1. Dome Transmitter Wiring Diagram ...............................................................13
Figure 5-2. Pendant Transmitter Wiring Diagram ............................................................14
Figure 5-1D. Dome Transmitter Wiring Diagram (Duplicate)..........................................15
Figure 5-2D. Pendant Transmitter Wiring Diagram (Duplicate) ......................................16
6- Operation .................................................................................................................. 17
1. Pushbutton Function Dome and Pendant Transmitters ..............................................17
2. Transmitter LED Indicator.........................................................................................17
3. Operation ...................................................................................................................17
4. Battery Replacement..................................................................................................17
7- Programming...................................................................................................................................18
1. Programming Access Codes ......................................................................................18
2. Changing Transmitter Access Codes .........................................................................18
3. Dome Transmitter ......................................................................................................18
4. Pendant Transmitter ...................................................................................................18
5. Receiver Unit Access Code Setting ...........................................................................19
6. Transmitter Programming (Other) .............................................................................19
8- Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................................................20
Table 8-1 Receiver Board Diagnostic LED Functions......................................................20
1. Test Points .................................................................................................................22
2. Wave Forms on an Oscilloscope................................................................................22
9- Spare Parts.......................................................................................................................................23
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Section 1 - Service Information
U.S. Service Information
For questions regarding service or technical
information contact:
1-866-MAG-SERV
(1-866-624-7378).
Magnetek Material Handling
N49 W13650 Campbell Drive
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Telephone:
800-288-8178
Website:
e-mail:
www.magnetekmh.com
[email protected]
Fax Numbers:
Main:
800-298-3503
Sales:
262-783-3510
Service:
262-783-3508
Canada Service Information:
2610 Dunwin Drive
Mississauga, Ontario
L5L 1J5 Canada
Phone: 1-800-792-7253
Fax: 1-905-828-5707
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Section 2 – Radio Controlled Safety
Knowledge of safety rules for radio controlled
cranes.
2-1. Introduction.
The safety rules in this section are not intended
to replace any rules or regulations or any
applicable local, state, or federal governing
organizations. The following information is
intended to be used in conjunction with other
rules or regulations already in existence. It is
important to read all of the safety information
contained in this section before operating the
Radio Control System.
Ability to judge distance or moving objects.
Knowledge of the radio transmitter.
Limit switch test procedure.
Where authorized, instructions for plugging
motions.
2-2. General.
Observing crane signal lights.
Radio controlled overhead cranes and other
material handling equipment operate in several
directions. They are large, bulky pieces of
equipment that handle heavy loads efficiently at
high speeds. Quite frequently, the equipment is
operated in areas where people are working on
the floor below. The crane operator must
exercise extreme caution at all times. Workers
must constantly be alert to avoid accidents. The
following rules have been included to indicate
how your careful and thoughtful actions may
prevent injuries, damage to equipment, or even
save a life. If radio controlled material-handling
equipment is operated from the cab, special care
must be taken to secure the transmitter. Refer to
section titled Section 2-9. Boarding The Crane
for specific safety rules.
Avoid striking any obstructions.
Proper clearance of lifts or hooks before moving
bridge or trolley.
Proper storage space for radio control box when
not in use.
Transferring radio control box to another person.
Reporting unsafe
conditions.
or
unusual
operating
Caution in approaching bridge or trolley
bumpers.
Equipment capacity.
Making lifts below floor level.
2-3. Persons Authorized To Operate Radio
Controlled Cranes.
Making side pulls.
Only properly trained persons designated by
management should be permitted to operate
radio-controlled cranes.
Keeping body clear of lifts and avoiding "pinch"
points.
Cable and hook inspection.
Radio controlled cranes should not be operated
by any person who cannot read or understand
signs, notices and operating instructions that
pertain to the crane.
Procedures for testing hoist, trolley, and bridge
brakes.
2-5. Operating Area.
Radio controlled cranes should not be operated
by any person with insufficient eyesight or
hearing or by any person who may be suffering
from a disorder or illness or is taking any
medication that may cause loss of crane control.
Aisles between equipment, stock, etc., should be
free of obstructions so the crane operator can
move freely. These aisles should be a minimum
of a three feet (one meter) wide or meet local
regulations.
2-4. Training Checklist For Crane Operators.
Crane operators should always position
themselves for the best view of the crane they are
controlling. The crane should never be operated
blindly. The operator should stay as close to the
crane load as possible. Operators should never
position themselves in a "pinch" point.
Anyone being trained to operate a radiocontrolled crane should possess the following
knowledge and skills before operating the crane:
Knowledge
operation.
of
hazards
peculiar
to
crane
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Section 2 – Radio Controlled Safety (Continued)
The crane operator should keep all body parts
away from the lift and should never be
positioned under the lift.
2-6. Transmitter Unit.
Transmitter switches should never be
mechanically blocked ON or OFF for any crane
motion. When not in use turn the transmitter
OFF. A secure storage space should be provided
for the transmitter unit and the transmitter unit
should always be placed there when not in use.
This precaution will prevent unauthorized people
from operating the crane.
Do not make a lift or move a load if anyone is in
a location where they could be struck by the
crane or the load.
If the crane operator is being helped, the crane
should not be moved until the helper signals they
are clear of the crane and its load.
2-7. Operating The Crane.
When a load is hanging from the crane hook and
the crane is being moved, the crane operator
should sound all warning devices frequently.
The crane limit switches should be checked at
the beginning of each shift or when a new
operator takes control of the crane. When
checking limit switches the hoist should be
centered over an area free of personnel and
equipment.
Loads should not be carried over workers heads.
If a worker is in the path of crane travel, the
crane operator should stop the crane and clear
the area before proceeding.
The limit switches should never be used as a
regular stopping device. They are intended to be
protective devices.
Runway stops or other cranes should never be
bumped into.
The bridge and trolley brakes should be tested at
the beginning of each shift or when a new
operator takes control of the crane. On
transmitter units equipped with two speeds, use
the "low" speed when testing braking devices.
When moving the crane, the crane operator
should be sure that the hook block and
attachments or cables would not catch on nearby
equipment. Slings, chains, or cables should never
be dragged along the floor.
When lifting maximum loads, the crane operator
should test the hoist brakes by raising the load a
few inches from the floor. If the brakes do not
hold, the load should immediately be lowered to
the floor and a report made to the supervisor.
Unless required for operator safety, gloves
should not be worn when operating the
transmitter unit.
All loose materials or parts should be removed
from the load before starting the lift.
Do not make lifts in excess of the equipment
rated capacity.
The crane operator should always hoist lifts high
enough to clear all equipment and workers.
The bridge and trolley should be centered
directly over the load when the load is raised to
prevent swinging when making lifts.
The crane operator should never permit anyone
to ride on the load or hook except when
authorized by the supervisor.
Side pulls should be made by a crane designed
for this purpose and only with supervisor
permission. When a lift is being made, the crane
operator should not be positioned in the line of
travel. The crane or hoist should be operated
from a position either to the side or opposite
from the direction of travel.
When another crane on the same runway is
stationary with a load hanging, the crane
operator should maintain a safe distance between
the stationary crane and the one under their
control.
If power to the crane is removed, the crane
operator should turn the transmitter unit OFF and
keep it OFF until power is restored.
When raising or lowering a load, proceed slowly
and make certain the load is under control. Tag
lines should be used for handling unusual lengths
or bulky loads. Remove slack from chains or
slings gradually. Make certain all personnel are
clear before making a lift.
If the crane fails to respond properly, the crane
operator should stop operation, turn the
transmitter unit OFF and immediately report the
condition to their supervisor.
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Section 2 – Radio Controlled Safety (Continued)
same runway must be informed of the repair
effort and thoroughly instructed to what their
operations are limited to and informed they will
be notified when repairs are completed.
Outdoor cranes, which are subject to movement
by wind, should be securely anchored when left
unattended. If the crane is equipped with bridge
brakes, the parking brake should be set
immediately.
If any hazard involving the repairmen exists
when there is a runway adjacent to the crane
under repair, the adjacent runway should be
blocked off as described above. When it is
necessary to continue crane operation on the
adjacent runways warning lights must be
installed and be visible to operators of cranes on
those runways. All cranes should come to a
complete stop prior to entering the restricted area
and should proceed through this area only after
receiving permission from a signal person
designated for this purpose. Access of persons to
and from the crane being repaired should be
under control of the repair crew leader.
2-8. Boarding The Crane.
The crane should not be boarded without
permission of the supervisor.
The crane operator should turn off the transmitter
and take it with them when boarding the crane.
If more than one person is boarding the crane,
one person should be made responsible for
ensuring all personnel are off the crane before
the system is returned to operation.
2-9. Crane Repair.
When boarding the crane, the transmitter should
be turned OFF and the transmitter should remain
with the repair crew leader. The leader should
board the crane first, open and lock out the main
switch, and then signal the other members of the
crew it is safe to board the crane.
Minor repairs include routine maintenance and
repairs such as greasing, cleaning and control
troubleshooting. All other repairs should be
considered major. If the repair crew consists of
more than one person, one person should be
designated as the repair crew leader with the
following responsibilities. If the repair crew
consists of only one person, that person has the
following responsibilities:
If work on the crane is to be done in areas not
protected by standard handrails, the repair crew
should wear approved safety belts.
Warning signs should be placed on the floor
beneath the crane or suspended from the crane.
For major repairs, the floor area below the crane
should be roped off.
All tools and equipment should be moved onto
the crane by the use of hand lines. The tools and
equipment should be adequately secured to the
hand lines.
When major repairs are to take place, all persons
operating other cranes on the same or adjacent
runways, if any, must be notified prior to starting
repairs. Notification should include the nature of
the repair, safeguards provided, and movement
limitations while repairs are in progress.
If it is necessary to have the crane control
circuits energized, all power circuits for crane
movement must be opened prior to energizing
the control circuits.
All personnel and tools should be moved to a
safe spot before moving the crane during repairs.
When practical, radio controlled cranes which
cannot be moved during repairs must be
protected against being bumped by other cranes
on the runway. Bumpers should be installed on
the exposed side or sides of the crane under
repair. They should be placed as far away as
possible. The location of these bumpers should
be indicated by red lights placed so that they are
clearly visible to other crane operators traveling
on the same runway. When it is not possible to
use bumpers, red lights must be placed so they
are clearly visible to other crane operators
traveling on the same runway to indicate the
restricted travel zone. All crane operators on the
Headroom is at a minimum in some crane cabs
and on some crane walkways. Caution should be
exercised when boarding or working on cranes.
Hard hats should be worn whenever possible.
When repairs are finished, all personnel, tools
and repair equipment should be removed before
energizing the crane circuits.
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Section 2 – Radio Controlled Safety (Continued)
2-10. Using The Crane As A Work Platform.
Frequent relay tripping of power circuits.
When the crane is to be used as a stationary work
platform, follow all rules provided in Section 29. Crane Repair.
Mechanical parts loosened by vibration (loose
rivets, covers, bolts, etc.).
Uneven riding (worn wheels).
When it is necessary for the crane to be moved
from time to time, the crane operator should
board the crane with the transmitter unit. The
crane operator should ensure all personnel
working on the crane are in a secure position
before moving the crane to the next workstation.
It should also be the crane operators
responsibility to ensure the main switch is open
and locked down before work is resumed.
Condition of collector shoes or bars.
Condition of warning or signal lights (burned out
or broken).
2-12. Battery Disposal.
Consult local requirements for disposal.
WARNING
THE CRANE OPERATOR SHOULD NOT
ATTEMPT TO MAKE ANY OF THE
REPAIRS STATED BELOW. THE CRANE
CONDITION SHOULD BE REPORTED TO
THE SUPERVISOR.
2-11. Condition Of The Radio Controlled
Crane.
If the crane fails to respond properly, the crane
operator should notify their supervisor. When
serious conditions are noticed (conditions that
make the crane unsafe to operate), the crane
should be shut down immediately and the
supervisor notified. The following is a list of
what should be included in the report:
Condition of hoisting cable and hook block
(broken strands, clipped sheave wheels, etc.).
Condition of brakes (hoist, trolley, and bridge).
Alignment of bridge (screeching or squealing
wheels indicate bridge is out of line).
Broken, cracked, or chipped rails on trolley or
runway.
Condition of limit switches.
Condition of electrical and mechanical control
(electrical or mechanical defects which cause
faulty operation such as un-commanded stopping
or starting of any crane motions, warning
devices, lights, or auxiliary functions).
Condition of gears (grinding or squealing may
indicate foreign materials in gear teeth or a lack
of lubrication.
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Section 3 – General System Information
A power down feature turns the receiver
OFF if no commands are received
approximately 15 minutes. The transmitter
must again be turned ON to reactivate
receiver.
3-1. General System Information.
The TeleMotion Radio Control System (system)
provides remote control of overhead cranes using
radio signals. The system consists of a hand held
portable battery operated transmitter unit and a
fixed station receiver unit.
unit
for
unit
the
3-5. Receiver Housing.
A unique 16bit code (Access Code) for each
system is preset in every transmitter and
receiver. The receiver considers any received
signal, which does not match the receiver access
code setting, invalid. The Access Code is made
up of 16bits (65,000 combinations) and no two
similar codes are assigned to any two
TeleMotion systems.
Size: 10.95” high x 7.5” wide x 5.12” deep
(280mm x 190mm x 130mm).
Since each system has its own access code, up to
four transmitters may be used with the same
frequency in the same area. Each transmitter
operating on the same frequency may be
operated in close proximity, not less than six feet
(2 meters) to each other.
3-6. System Specifications.
Housing rating:
USA: NEMA 4, 4X, 12, 13; UL 94-HB
EURO: IP67, IEC 529
Channel Designation: AK10: 438.0 MHz.
Antenna: Internal with built in band pass filter.
(optional external available).
Operating Temperature: –22°F to +158°F
(-30ºC to +70ºC) ambient.
3-2. Signaling.
These systems have low power pulsed signaling,
no license is required. The transmitter unit is
frequency modulated, low power and is certified
under the appropriate regulations. A license is
not required for the transmitter or operator.
Humidity: up to 95% (non-condensing).
Typical Operating Range: 200 feet (60 meters).
Rating of output relays (including Master Relay):
16Amp 277VAC/24VDC, 1HP 240VAC.
3-3. Transmitter Unit.
3-7. Time Multiplex Shared (TMS) System
Software.
The transmitter unit is frequency modulated, low
power and is certified under the low power
intentional radiator rules and regulations. A
license is not required for the transmitter or
operator.
The system software is structured to minimize
"on the air" transmission time of any transmitter.
This allows for multiple transmitters to share a
common frequency. The TMS system is
designed so that a transmitter will send a signal
for a predetermined ON time, and then will turn
OFF. The length of transmitter ON time is
referred to as data burst or packet. The packet
length is a function of the quantity of data to be
sent, and the data rate (baud). Once the packet is
sent, the transmitter will turn OFF. This allows
for other transmitters to time-share the same
frequency when a transmitter has turned OFF.
The TMS system software determines the OFF
period and repetition rate of the ON period. This
allows up to 4 transmitters to share and have
equal access to the same frequency, and also
allows for reduced battery consumption and
extended battery life.
A power down feature turns the transmitter unit
OFF if no keys are pressed for approximately 15
minutes. The transmitter unit must again be
turned ON. The unit uses pulsed operation for
extremely long battery life.
An LED mounted on the front panel provides
battery voltage, ON/OFF indication and data
transmission status.
3-4. Receiver Unit.
The receiver unit consists of an RF receiver
module, built in antenna with filter, integral
power supply and microprocessor controlled
output relays.
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Section 4 – Installation Procedure
4-1. Pre-Installation Considerations.
NOTE
To ensure reliable and safe operation of the
system, the following items must be considered
before installing the receiver unit.
The receiver unit should not be connected to
lines containing excessive power up transients or
continuous commutator noise. A line conditioner
may be necessary in some installations.
WARNING
4-4. Wiring Considerations
NO MORE THAN 4 TELEMOTION UNITS
SHOULD BE MOUNTED WITHIN 600
FEET (120 METERS) OF EACH OTHER.
1.
Read this manual before installation.
2.
Please observe appropriate local and
National Electrical Codes when wiring
electrical devices.
3.
Do not connect or disconnect wiring, or
perform circuit checks while the power is
turned on.
4.
The motor wiring should be in a separate
metal conduit from the power wiring, which
should also be in metal conduit.
5.
Low voltage wires shall be wired with
proper low voltage class wiring procedures.
6.
Control wiring as well as antenna wiring
shall be in separate conduit and shall be kept
as short as possible.
7.
All terminals shall be tightened to specified
terminal torque 4.4 IN-LBS (.5 N·m). unless
otherwise specified
8.
Remove excess metal screws, metal filings
and wire clippings from inside of unit.
9.
Inspect to make sure no exposed wire has
contact with any other wiring or terminals.
CAUTION
THE RECEIVER UNIT OR RELAYS ARE
NOT RATED AS EXPLOSION PROOF. THE
RECEIVER UNIT MUST NOT BE INSTALLED IN EXPLOSIVE ENVIRONMENTS
UNLESS APPROPRIATE SECONDARY ENCLOSURE MEASURES ARE TAKEN.
4-2. Receiver Unit
Considerations.
Mounting
Location
Ensure the mounting location is as far as possible
from exposed trolley wires and sources of
electromagnetic or radiated noise.
If possible, avoid installing receiver unit to a
surface where high vibration or shock is present.
If this cannot be avoided, use appropriate shock
mounts.
Ensure mounting location is as far as possible
from exposed trolley wire and sources of
electromagnetic or radiated noise. Antenna
should be at top of unit.
4-3. Line Input Considerations.
10. Suppressors are strongly recommended on
all contactors.
WARNING
THE UNIT MUST BE WIRED TO THE
CORRECT VOLTAGE, FAILURE TO DO SO
MAY DAMAGE THE SYSTEM.
11. Do not drill through the top of the cabinet of
the TeleMotion 3.2, the internal antenna is
located there.
The receiver unit has direct connection
provisions for operation from 120 VAC
(nominal), 50-60 Hz power.
4-5. Receiver Cabinet Mounting.
Mounting hardware is provided. See next page
Figure 4-1A. Installation Hardware. The door is
not attached when the unit is shipped to make it
easier to install the mounting screws. After the
unit is mounted the door should be attached.
For applications where line voltage deviation
exceeds 20% of nominal values or if 220VAC or
440 VAC power is used, a step up or step down
transformer must be used.
Mount receiver unit cabinet securely to mounting
surface. Actual cabinet mounting dimensions and
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Section 4 – Installation Procedure (Continued)
a mounting template are shown on page 9 Figure
4-2. A is also provided in Figure 4-2.
4-6. Receiver Installation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Copy Access Codes from door of the
receiver on to the diagram on page 18
(Section 7-1). for future reference. Note in
the box provided in Section 7-1. the crane
number.
Position the receiver. Locate as far as
possible from exposed trolley wire and
sources of electromagnetic or radiated noise.
Cabinet mounting dimensions and mounting
template is on page 9 Figure 4-2. Antenna at
top of unit should be kept as clear as
possible of any metal object.
Mount the receiver. Through the four deep
mounting holes in corners of the receiver
housing use quantity four #10-24 slotted
round head screws 1” in length, four #10
lock washers and four #10-24 hex nuts.
Lock washers should be used in front of hex
nuts. (Five sets of mounting hardware are
provided; one set is a spare). See Figure 41A. Installation Hardware on this page.
6.
Wire the power to J1 input power connector.
The connections are Ground (GND), Neutral
(N) and 120VAC 50-60 Hz (120V). See
Figure 4-1B. Input Power Connections.
7.
Wiring of the TeleMotion system should
now be complete.
8.
Stand clear of the crane and apply AC power
to receiver unit. Check to see if three green
LEDs are lit (DS15, DS17 and DS18). If
none are lit check AC power and fuse.
9.
Turn transmitter ON. Check to see if two red
LEDs are now lit (DSMR1 and DSMR2
indicating the MR is closed). Check function
and direction by jogging each motion.
Installation should now be complete.
10. If there are any problems see page 20
Section 8 – Troubleshooting.
Attach door. Put two door screws in door.
(Included in your TeleMotion unit are two
pairs of door screws. One pair slotted and
one pair wing head.) Pick the screws that are
preferred, line up the slots in the door holes
with the tapered part of the screw tip and
firmly press the screws through the holes in
the door until they snap through. (Lightly
tapping them with a hard object will help to
snap them in). Use the special door hinge
screwdriver provided to screw in the door
hinges to the main box. See Figure 4-1A.
Installation Hardware on this page.
Door Hinge
Screwdriver
Qty. 1
Wire the unit using the appropriate electrical
drawings for the specific transmitter and
crane orientation selected on pages 13 or 14
Section 5 – Wiring Diagrams. To check if it
is a dome or pendant transmitter see page 17
Figure 6-1. For crane orientation determine
if the direction pair East - West or North South better describes the bridge movement.
Use this pair to wire the bridge motor
directionals respectively and the other pair
to wire the trolley. For single speed motors
do not use 2nd speed relays K3, K6, and K9.
(The wiring terminals plug in and may be
removed for ease in wiring. Make sure to
replace connectors in the correct locations).
Round Head
#10-24 x 1”
Screw
Qty. 5
Wing Head
Door Screw
Qty. 2
Slotted Head
Door Screw
Qty. 2
Hex Head
#10-24
Nut
Qty. 5
Lock Washer
#10 Split
Qty. 5
Figure 4-1A. Installation Hardware.
J1
GND N 120V
Figure 4-1B. Input Power Connections.
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Figure 4-2. Mounting Template
Ø .25” 4X
(Ø 7mm 4X)
7.40”
(188mm)
6.46”
(164mm)
10.00”
(254mm)
Box Size:
10.95” x 7.40” x 5.12”
(278mm x 188mm x 130mm)
(This page is blank on the other side so it may be
removed for use in mounting).
CAUTION: If printing this mounting template
locally from a disk or the Internet, recheck
template dimensions before drilling. Some
printers may distort the dimensions.
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Figure 4-2. Mounting Template (Continued)
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Section 5 – Wiring Diagrams
5-1. Wiring Diagrams.
This section has two different wiring diagrams
one for the Dome Transmitter and one for the
Pendant transmitter. There are two copies of
each diagram in the manual so that one page can
be removed and taken to the crane for wiring.
Both diagrams are on either side of one page.
Terminal designators are marked on the Receiver
Board. For specific terminal locations: See
Figure 8-1. Receiver Board Layout. (Page 20).
The designators on the left hand side of the
wiring diagram match pushbutton locations on
transmitters. The number after the text indicates
switch position. The –1 means the first speed
(first switch position). The –2 means speed two
(second switch position).
The proper connections to use for the bridge and
for the trolley are best determined by which pair
of directional designators (North/South or
East/West) describes the crane’s movement.
Does the bridge travel East/West or
North/South? The trolley would use the other
directional pair as the bridge. Care should be
taken after a directional pair is selected to make
sure the specific motor directional inputs match
the desired direction of the bridge or trolley, i.e.,
if North/South is picked for the bridge make sure
the South traveling bridge motor directional is
wired to the South terminal of the TeleMotion
unit.
5-2. Installation.
Follow Section 4 – Installation Procedure page 7
for instructions on how to install the TeleMotion
receiver.
5-3. Relay Sequencing
When the second speed position is activated the
appropriate directional relay is still engaged.
5-4. Legend
The following is the legend for the wiring
diagrams:
#
#
K#
C#
An input with the
terminal number #
matching the connector
in the receiver.
Matching relay
contacts in radio
receiver panel by
number.
An output with the
terminal number #
matching the connector in the receiver.
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Customer supplied
contactor coil with arc
suppressor in parallel.
Section 5 – Wiring Diagrams (Continued)
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Section 5 – Wiring Diagrams (Continued)
Figure 5-1. Dome Transmitter Wiring Diagram.
Dome Switch
Transmitter
RETURN
HOT
MRA KMR MRB
MR
UP
DN
E
W
S
1
2
9A
3
ON
MASTER RELAY
MAIN LINE
CONTACTOR
C10
SOUTH
C9
SOUTH/NORTH
2ND SPEED*
C8
NORTH
C7
HOIST DOWN
C6
HOIST DOWN/UP
2ND SPEED*
C5
HOIST UP
C4
WEST
C3
WEST/EAST
2ND SPEED*
C2
EAST
C1
AUX 1
10A K10 10B
S-1
N
MLC
K9
9B
S-2/N-2
8A
E
STOP
K8
8B
N-1
OFF
7A
K7
7B
DN-1
6A
K6
6B
DN-2/UP-2
5A
K5
5B
UP-1
These designators
W-1
match locations on
transmitter the
number after the
W-2/E-2
letter indicates
switch position.
4A
3A
2A
K4
K3
K2
4B
3B
2B
E-1
1A
K1
1B
(AUX ) 1
TeleMotion Receiver Panel
* NOTE: When the second speed position
is activated the appropriate directional relay
is still engaged.
MRB
MRA
10B
10A
9B
9A
8B
8A
7B
7A
6B
6A
5B
5A
4B
4A
3B
3A
2B
2A
1B
1A
GND N 120V
Terminal designators along the right hand side of the receiver.
This page and the page on the other side are duplicated so that this page may
removed from the manual for use in installation.
13
Section 5 – Wiring Diagrams (Continued)
Figure 5-2. Pendant Transmitter Wiring Diagram.
HOT
Pendant
Transmitter
MR
UP
WEST-1
RETURN
MRA KMR MRB
MLC
MASTER RELAY
MAIN LINE
CONTACTOR
C10
WEST
C9
WEST/EAST
2ND SPEED*
C8
EAST
C7
HOIST DOWN
C6
HOIST DOWN/UP
2ND SPEED*
C5
HOIST UP
C4
SOUTH
C3
SOUTH/NORTH
2ND SPEED*
C2
NORTH
C1
AUX 1
10A K10 10B
DOWN
NORTH
SOUTH
AUX 1
EAST
WEST
WEST-2/
EAST-2
9A
8A
K9
K8
9B
8B
EAST-1
7A
K7
7B
DOWN-1
DOWN-2/
UP-2
6A
5A
K6
K5
6B
5B
UP-1
These designators SOUTH-1
match locations on
transmitter the
number after the SOUTH-2/
NORTH-2
text indicates
switch position.
4A
3A
2A
K4
K3
K2
4B
3B
2B
NORTH-1
1A
K1
1B
AUX 1
TeleMotion Receiver Panel
* NOTE: When the second speed position
is activated the appropriate directional relay
is still engaged.
MRB
MRA
10B
10A
9B
9A
8B
8A
7B
7A
6B
6A
5B
5A
4B
4A
3B
3A
2B
2A
1B
1A
GND N 120V
Terminal designators along the right hand side of the receiver.
This page and the page on the other side are duplicated so that this page may
removed from the manual for use in installation.
14
Section 5 – Wiring Diagrams (Continued)
Figure 5-1D. Dome Transmitter Wiring Diagram.
Dome Switch
Transmitter
RETURN
HOT
MRA KMR MRB
MR
UP
DN
E
W
S
1
2
9A
3
ON
K9
MASTER RELAY
MAIN LINE
CONTACTOR
C10
SOUTH
C9
SOUTH/NORTH
2ND SPEED*
C8
NORTH
C7
HOIST DOWN
C6
HOIST DOWN/UP
2ND SPEED*
C5
HOIST UP
C4
WEST
C3
WEST/EAST
2ND SPEED*
C2
EAST
C1
AUX 1
9B
S-2/N-2
E
STOP
MLC
10A K10 10B
S-1
N
Duplicate of
Page 13.
8A
K8
8B
N-1
OFF
7A
K7
7B
DN-1
6A
K6
6B
DN-2/UP-2
5A
K5
5B
UP-1
These designators
W-1
match locations on
transmitter the
number after the
W-2/E-2
letter indicates
switch position.
4A
3A
2A
K4
K3
K2
4B
3B
2B
E-1
1A
K1
1B
(AUX ) 1
TeleMotion Receiver Panel
MRB
MRA
10B
10A
9B
9A
8B
8A
7B
7A
6B
6A
5B
5A
4B
4A
3B
3A
2B
2A
1B
1A
GND N 120V
* NOTE: When the second speed position
is activated the appropriate directional relay
is still engaged.
Terminal designators along the right hand side of the receiver.
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Section 5 – Wiring Diagrams (Continued)
Figure 5-2D. Pendant Transmitter Wiring Diagram.
Pendant
Transmitter
Duplicate of
Page14.
HOT
RETURN
MRA KMR MRB
MR
MLC
MASTER RELAY
MAIN LINE
CONTACTOR
C10
WEST
C9
WEST/EAST
2ND SPEED*
C8
EAST
C7
HOIST DOWN
C6
HOIST DOWN/UP
2ND SPEED*
C5
HOIST UP
C4
SOUTH
C3
SOUTH/NORTH
2ND SPEED*
C2
NORTH
C1
AUX 1
10A K10 10B
UP
DOWN
NORTH
SOUTH
AUX 1
EAST
WEST
WEST-1
9A
WEST-2/
EAST-2
8A
K9
K8
9B
8B
EAST-1
7A
K7
7B
DOWN-1
6A
DOWN-2/
UP-2
5A
K6
K5
6B
5B
UP-1
These designators SOUTH-1
match locations on
transmitter the
number after the SOUTH-2/
NORTH-2
text indicates
switch position.
4A
3A
2A
K4
K3
K2
4B
3B
2B
NORTH-1
1A
K1
1B
AUX 1
TeleMotion Receiver Panel
MRB
MRA
10B
10A
9B
9A
8B
8A
7B
7A
6B
6A
5B
5A
4B
4A
3B
3A
2B
2A
1B
1A
GND N 120V
* NOTE: When the second speed position
is activated the appropriate directional relay
is still engaged.
Terminal designators along the right hand side of the receiver.
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Section 6 – Operation
installation) speed one (first switch position) or
speed two (second switch position).
ON/OFF E-STOP
UP
DN
S (SOUTH) – Selects South direction of the
bridge or trolley (depending how unit is wired at
installation) speed one (first switch position) or
speed two (second switch position).
UP
E
W
DOWN
N
S
1
2
3
ON
E
STOP
OFF
DOME
LED
Indicator
NORTH
1 (AUX 1) – Selects the Auxiliary relay, which
may be used for a warning device as a horn or
other function.
SOUTH
AUX 1
EAST
6-2. Transmitter LED Indicator.
WEST
When the transmitter is ON the LED flashes
slowly. When the unit transmits the LED flashes
rapidly. No LED indicator after turning ON at all
indicates low batteries, please replace. See
Section 6-4. on this page for battery replacement.
PENDANT
Figure 6-1. Dome and Pendant Transmitter
6-1. Pushbutton Dome and (Pendant)
Function.
6-3. Operation.
Turn unit ON by pressing the ON button.
ON – Turns the transmitter ON and then sends
the ON command to the receiver.
Press and hold the desired function button to
maintain operation. Press the directional buttons
harder to second position to engage second speed
for those cranes having two speed motors.
OFF – Sends the OFF command to the receiver
and then turns the transmitter OFF. On the
pendant ON and OFF is the same button.
Always turn system OFF by pressing the OFF
button on the transmitter when done with crane
operation.
E-STOP – Stops all equipment movement and
disables all functions. Reset the system for
normal operation by turning the transmitter
“OFF” then “ON”. Use for emergencies only.
(NOT FOR NORMAL SHUT DOWN).
The receiver will time-out after approximately
15 minutes if there is no activity.
UP – Selects hoist movement in the UP direction
speed one (first switch position) or speed two
(second switch position).
The transmitter is programmed to time-out if not
used for 15 minutes also.
NOTE
DN (DOWN) – Selects hoist movement in the
DOWN direction speed one (first switch
position) or speed two (second switch position).
IN AN EMERGENCY HIT “E-STOP” TO
STOP ALL CRANE MOVEMENT. WHEN
EMERGENCY HAS CLEARED TURN THE
TRANSMITTER OFF THEN ON AGAIN
TO RESUME NORMAL OPERATION.
E (EAST) – Selects East direction of the bridge
or trolley (depending how unit is wired at
installation) speed one (first switch position) or
speed two (second switch position).
6-4. Battery Replacement.
W (WEST) – Selects West direction of the
bridge or trolley (depending how unit is wired at
installation) speed one (first switch position) or
speed two (second switch position).
Turn transmitter over to access back cover twist
half moon shaped battery latch to remove cover.
Take out old batteries; replace ALL batteries
with new cells. Replace cover and turn
transmitter ON to use. See page 23 Section 9 Spare Parts for battery part numbers.
N (NORTH) – Selects North direction of the
bridge or trolley (depending how unit is wired at
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Section 7 – Programming
7-1. Programming Access Codes.
Dome or Membrane
Transmitter
A
SW2
1
ON
(Copy Access Code settings from door of receiver to the diagram below
and write crane number above for future reference).
Pendant
Transmitter
B ON 8
8
1
Crane #
OFF
SW1
8
8
B OFF 1
SW2 ON
SW1
OFF
A OFF 1
ON
Figure 7-1. Receiver Door Access Code Diagram.
7-2.1.
The access code is set at the factory and should
not be changed unless absolutely necessary. If
you are reprogramming a spare or “Minuteman”
transmitter make sure the other transmitter is
securely taken out of service.
Dome Transmitter.
Open the back battery door and take out the
batteries as a safety precaution.
Remove the 6 screws on the front cover. Lift out
switch-pad, logic board and turn logic board
over.
WARNING
TWO OPERATIONAL TRANSMITTERS
WITH THE SAME ACCESS CODES OPERATING AT THE SAME TIME IS A DEFINITE
SAFETY HAZARD.
Locate the dipswitches marked “A” and “B”.
With a pen or pointed object toggle the switches
to match the Dome Transmitter Code Diagram
on the door of the receiver. A dot on the switch
diagram means that switch position is ON.
TeleMotion receivers are shipped with the access
code settings for the transmitter marked on the
receiver door for both styles of transmitters.
CAUTION
Also a label on the transmitter lists the access
code settings inside. The positions on the
transmitter label match the switch settings. The
“1” by A1 means the switch position A1 should
be ”ON” and “0” means A1 should be “OFF”.
DO NOT USE A PENCIL TO TOGGLE THE
SWITCHES. THE LOOSE GRAPHITE FROM
THE PENCIL CAN DAMAGE THE SWITCH.
7-2. Changing Transmitter Access Codes.
7-3. Pendant Transmitter.
Reassemble unit; replace the batteries and test.
Open the back battery door and take out the
batteries as a safety precaution.
WARNING
AFTER CHANGING THE ACCESS CODES
ON THE TRANSMITTER, TEST THE UNIT
BY TURNING IT ON AND OFF NEAR THE
APPROPRIATE RECEIVER. IF THE RECEIVER DOES NOT RESPOND, DO NOT
ACTIVATE A FUNCTION BUTTON! THE
TRANSMITTER MAY HAVE THE WRONG
ACCESS CODE, WHICH COULD MOVE
ANOTHER CRANE. RE-CHECK THE
ACCESS CODE IN THE TRANSMITTER
AND RETEST.
Remove the 8 screws on the front cover. Turn
transmitter over and remove back cover.
Locate the dipswitches marked “A” and “B”.
With a pen or pointed object toggle the switches
to match the Pendant Transmitter Code Diagram
on the door of the receiver. A dot on the switch
diagram means that switch position is ON.
Reassemble unit; replace the batteries and test.
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Section 7 – Programming (Continued)
them interchangeable and keeping the existing
receiver wiring, open the Pendant transmitter,
find dip switch SW3 and move position 1 (SW3)
to “ON”. The Pendant transmitters labeling and
functions North and South, East and West will
match the Dome transmitter.
7-5. Receiver Unit Access Code Setting.
The access code is preset at the factory and
should not be changed unless absolutely
necessary.
There
are
two
separate
microprocessors in the TeleMotion unit. Each
microprocessor has its own pair of access code
switches for additional reliability. The two pairs
of access code switches are labeled “A1, B1” and
“A2, B2”. A1 must match the settings of A2 and
B1 must match the settings of B2 or the unit will
not work. See Figure 7-2. Access Code Setting.
If replacing a Pendant transmitter with a Dome
transmitter on an existing installation or to
making them interchangeable and keeping the
existing receiver wiring, open the Dome
transmitter, find dip switch SW3 and move
position 1 (SW3) to “ON”.
The Dome
transmitters labeling and functions North and
South, East and West will match the Pendant
transmitter.
The programming in the receiver must match the
transmitter. If looking at the label on the outside
of the transmitter, take note that positions “A”
and “B” number from the left 1 through 8. In the
receiver 8 is closer to the bottom of the unit and
1 is closer to the top.
Dome or Membrane
Transmitter
1
B ON 8
A
SW2
8
OFF
SW1
OFF
8
B OFF
A
OFF
1
ON
SW1
Receiver Door Access Code Diagram
Sample access code only do not use
A1 OFF 1
SW1 ON
8
B1 OFF 1
SW2
ON
8
A2 OFF 1
8
SW3 ON
B2 OFF 1
SW4
ON
Receiver Access Code Switches
Sample access code only do not use
After changing the access code test the receiver
with a matching transmitter. (If only one of the
two red LEDs DS12 and DS20 come on, then
check the access code settings on the receiver.
(Check A1-B1 if DS20 is lit or A2-B2 if DS12 is
lit). If both LEDs are lit, both sets of access
codes do not match the transmitter.
MODEL # - TELEMOTION32
S/N=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
ACCESS CODE SETTING
1
A
8
1
B
8
01000111
01100010
FREQ : = AK10
J # = XXXXX
7-6. Transmitter Programming (Other).
This applies to Dome and Pendant transmitter
dipswitches SW3 and SW4. These are
transmitter-programming switches (not the
access code switches) in both types of
transmitters these should always all be in the
“OFF” position for use with a TeleMotion unit.
These switches are used for other Telemotive
receivers.
Sample Transmitter Access Code Label
Sample access code only do not use
Figure 7-2. Access Code Setting.
(A dot on a switch position or a “1” in the label is an
indication that the respective switch position should be ON).
If replacing a Dome transmitter with a Pendant
transmitter on an existing installation or making
19
1
SW2 ON
ON
1
IN EVENT PROGRAMMING OF ACCESS
CODES IS REQUIRED, TAKE SPECIAL
CARE TO CORRECTLY LOCATE ACCESS
CODE SWITCHES A AND B. LOOK FOR
THE LABELS A AND B ON THE PRINTED
CIRCUIT BOARD NEAR THE RESPECTIVE
SWITCHES.
DETERMINE
THEIR
ORIENTATION. THE SWITCHES MAY
NUMBER FROM LEFT TO RIGHT OR
RIGHT TO LEFT. LOOK FOR THE
NUMBERING ON THE SWITCHES. MATCH
ACCESS CODES A1, A2, - -- B1, B2 ETC.
8
8
NOTE
Pendant
Transmitter
Section 8 – Troubleshooting
IMPORTANT: If either of these red LED lights (DS20,
DS22
DS21
DS20
3
DS19
DS18
DS17
TP5
DATA
TP8 AGC
WD1
SIG1
WAC1
EMS1
+12V
DC
TP3
+12v
DS12) the access code settings are wrong see Section 7.
DS15
+5V
RF Receiver Assembly
TP7 ANALOG
TP6 SYNC2
TP4
TP2 SYNC1
+5V
87654321
87654321
87654321
87654321
A1
B1
A2
B2
SW1 ON
SW2 ON
EPROM 1 U7
SW3 ON
EPROM 2 U13
DS16 DS12 DS13
EMS2 WAC2 SIG2
Dip Switches
SW4 ON
TP1
GND
DSMR1
DS14
WD2
DSMR2
KMR1
DS1 DS2 DS3 DS4 DS5 DS6 DS7 DS8 DS9 DS10
Relays
K1 K2
K3
K4
K5
K6
K7
K8
K9
K10
KMR2
Master Relay
F
2
MOV’s
F1
MRB
MRA
10B
10A
9B
9A
8B
8A
7B
7A
6B
6A
5B
5A
4B
4A
3B
3A
2B
2A
1B
1A
GND N 120V
Figure 8-1. Receiver Board Layout.
NOTE: If the system stops working check the LED indicator on the transmitter. If it does not come
ON with pushing the ON button replace the transmitter batteries (five AA cells on the Dome
Transmitter, see Section 9 – Spare Parts page 23 for Pendant Transmitter batteries).
Table 8-1. Receiver Board Diagnostic LED Functions.
LED
COLOR
DS1-DS10
Red
FUNCTION
Monitors closure of the output relays (K1-K10).
Normally ON for a function when that specific function is enabled.
The LED will be illuminated when a specific relay has been enabled
by the respective command received from the Transmitter Unit. The
LED will extinguish, when the command is no longer detected.
DSMR1,
DSMR2
Red
Monitors closing of Master Relay (KMR2) and driver relay (KMR1).
Normally both ON when the Transmitter turns ON the receiver.
These two LEDs are illuminated when the MR relay has been enabled
by an ON command received from the Transmitter. The LEDs will
extinguish, when an OFF command has been transmitted, or an ESTOP condition is present. The output relays are not functional if the
MR is not engaged. KMR2 is the actual MR relay itself KMR1
switches the power to KMR2. KMR1 is controlled by microprocessor
1 and KMR2 is controlled by microprocessor 2 and KMR1. If KMR1
is lit and not KMR2, only microprocessor 1 has detected an ON
command. Check to see if both access codes agree.
(Continued on next page).
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Section 8 – Troubleshooting (Continued)
DS17
Green
Monitors the unregulated DC power to the 12 volt regulator
Normally ON when AC line is present.
If AC Power is present and the AC to DC converter is working then
the LED is illuminated. The LED is off if DC power is not present.
Check power supply, fuses and if power is applied to the receiver.
DS18
Green
Monitors the regulated 12 VDC power to the Board (receiver board).
Normally ON when AC line is present.
If 12 VDC power is present then the LED is illuminated. The LED is
off if 12 VDC power is not present. Check the 12 VDC regulator and
for shorts on the Board.
DS15
Green
Monitors regulated 5 VDC power to the Board.
Normally ON when AC line is present.
If 5 VDC power is present then the LED is illuminated. The LED is
off if 5 VDC power is not present. Check the 5 VDC regulator and for
shorts on the Board.
DS12, DS20
Red
Wrong Access Code (WAC) microprocessors 1(DS20) and 2(DS12).
Normally OFF.
Both LEDs flashing during data transmission usually means the
receiver access codes does not match the transmitter. If only one LED
of the two lights, only one pair of switches does not match the
transmitter access code (DS20 lit means A1-B1 and DS12 lit means
A2-B2). See page 18 Section 7 to program the access codes. (If there
are other TeleMotions in the area this light will flash when they
transmit because they are on the same frequency with a different
access code. This in itself does not indicate a problem).
DS16, DS19
Red
Emergency Stop (EMS) on microprocessors 1(DS19) and 2(DS16).
Normally OFF.
One or two of these LEDs ON continuously means the transmitter
sent an E-STOP command. Send an “OFF’ command from the
transmitter followed by an “ON” command to clear the EMS
condition.
DS14, DS22
Red
Watch Dog (WD) for microprocessors 1(DS22) and 2(DS14).
Normally OFF.
If one or two of these LEDs is flashing the 5 volts to the unit is too
low. Look for shorts on the Board. If one of the LEDs is ON
continuously the respective microprocessor has failed. Reseat the
respective EPROM chip in its socket; if this does not fix the problem
replace it.
(Continued on next page).
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Section 8 – Troubleshooting (Continued)
DS13, DS21
Yellow
Signal present to microprocessors 1(DS21) and 2(DS13).
Flashes while the transmitter is sending commands. (After the
receiver has been turned on by the transmitter hold down a function
button on the transmitter).
When a TeleMotion transmitter is sending data these LEDs should
flash indicating the reception of data. If one of the two red LEDs
DS12 or DS20 comes on at the same time the access code does not
match. If the receiver is ON and no new lights come on during
transmissions by the transmitter (holding a button down) check to see
if the transmitter light is flashing. If the transmitter LED is not
flashing then replace the batteries, turn transmitter ON again and
retest. If the transmitter LED is rapidly flashing when a button is
pressed and there are no new LEDs lit in the receiver, the RF Receiver
Module should be replaced.
8-2. Test Points.
TP5 – Monitors received data from RF Receiver
module.
The receiver board has the following test points:
TP1 – Ground for monitoring other test points.
TP6 – Monitors sync signal from good data to
microprocessor 2.
TP2 – Monitors regulated 5VDC.
TP3 – Monitors regulated 12VDC.
TP7 – Monitors analog signal from RF Receiver
module.
TP4 – Monitors sync signal from good data to
microprocessor 1.
TP8 – Monitors AGC (Automatic Gain Control)
from RF Receiver module.
8-3. Typical Wave Forms on an Oscilloscope.
TP7
ANALOG
TP5
DATA
TP8
AGC
TP4, 6
SYNC1
SYNC2
Receiving Data
Not Receiving Data
Scope Settings:
Sweep –
1 millisecond per division.
Sensitivity –
TP7 and TP8 1volt per division 10X probe.
TP3 2volts per division 10X probe.
TP4 and TP6 5volts per division 10X probe.
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Section 9 – Spare Parts
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
10K3.2R-0
AN102-0
F2711-4
FW2824-1T
E13151-3.2-10
H310-0
MP18005-0
MP18005-1
H906-0
H934-0
E10195-0
H1224-1
E10197-0
TS1060-3
J4655-0
TS1060-8
CR260-0
K1304-0
S2721-8
MP10267-0
E10196-0
H1223-0
H1226-0
H2079-0
TC10K3.2-0
RECEIVER
EXTERNAL ANTENNA (OPTIONAL)
FUSE 5 AMP SLO BLO 250V
EPROM 1 AND EPROM 2
RF RECEIVER MODULE ASSEMBLY
RF RECEIVER MODULE ASSEMBLY MOUNTING SCREWS (4)
RF RECEIVER MODULE MOUNTING BRACKET TOP SIDE (LEFT)
RF RECEIVER MODULE MOUNTING BRACKET TOP SIDE (RIGHT)
RF RECEIVER MODULE MOUNTING BRACKET BOLT (2)
RF RECEIVER MODULE MOUNTING BRACKET NUT (2)
MAIN BOARD
MAIN BOARD MOUNTING SCREWS (5)
ANTENNA ASSEMBLY (INTERNAL)
CONNECTOR PLUG IN:
3 POSITION
6 POSITION
8 POSITION (2)
MOV
RELAY (OUTPUT) (11)
DIP SWITCH (ACCESS CODE) (4)
HOUSING ASSEMBLY, CASE DOORS, SCREWS
FILTER ASSEMBLY
SCREW ROUND HEAD #10-24 X 1”
HEX NUT #10-24
LOCK WASHER #10 SPLIT
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
10K12SM02MT-3.2
A9654-1
A10662-1
E10640-2
S2805-0
MP9656-0
A9665-0
AA CELL 1.5 VOLTS
DOME TRANSMITTER
STRAP ASSEMBLY
TRANSMITTER CASE ASSEMBLY
BEZEL ASSEMBLY (TWO-SPEED TRANSMITTER)
DOME SWITCH PAD (TACTILE)
VINYL POUCH
RUBBER BOOT ASSEMBLY
BATTERY (5)
10K12SS02P7
E10668-11
MP10668-0
H634-0
H635-0
H2055-3
S1058-0
S1026-0
S1041-0
MP10666-0
MP10675-0
MP10667-1
A10667-1
A10669-1
MP10676-0
MP10677-0
H1047-0
PENDANT TRANSMITTER
CASE, TOP PENDANT, COMPLETE WITH SWITCHES, DECALS, BOOTS
CASE ONLY, TOP PENDANT
BOOT, GRAY (PUSHBUTTON)
BOOT, RED (PUSHBUTTON)
LENS/MOUNT, LED W/SPACER, RED
SWITCH, PUSHBUTTON, 2-SPEED SBRU-SD
SWITCH, PUSHBUTTON, MOM N/0
SWITCH, TOGGLE, SPDT, CTR OFF
KNOB, ROTARY 1/2" DIA., BLACK
BOOT, TOGGLE SW., BLACK
CASE ONLY, BOTTOM
BOTTOM CASE W/O BATTERY DOOR
BATTERY DOOR W/FOAM, W/O SCREWS AND LATCH
FOAM, BATTERY DOOR
GASKET FOR BOTTOM CASE
COVER SCREWS (8)
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Section 9 – Spare Parts (Continued)
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
10K12SS02P7
A1011–X
MP10650-1
H251-0
H252-0
H2034-0
N13653-2
E10688-0
A10670-0
H1049-0
MP10680-0
MP10678-0
BT10KP-0
BT10KP-1
E10670-1
A10669-1
PENDANT TRANSMITTER (CONTINUED)
BOOTS (6) (SEE *NOTE 1 BELOW FOR THE PROPER SUFFIX)
LATCH FOR BATTERY DOOR
SCREW FOR BATTERY DOOR LATCH
WAVE WASHER FOR BATTERY DOOR LATCH
FLAT WASHER FOR BATTERY DOOR LATCH
ACCESS CODE LABEL
FCC LABEL
BATTERY HOLDER ASSEMBLY, W/CABLE
SCREW, BATTERY BRACKET
O'RING
SHOULDER STRAP
BATTERY, ALKALINE
BATTERY, NICAD
BATTERY CHARGER
BATTERY DOOR
*NOTE 1
UP
DOWN
EAST
WEST
NORTH
SOUTH
Yellow
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