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This document contains information that applies only to


your WSMB-7461 system. It must be read before installing
and using the SmaRT Remote Control System.

WSMB-7461 Iowa Mold Tool (IMT)


Engineered System Manual
0-4

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Engineered System Manual

This document is the property of Cervis, Inc. and cannot be copied, modified, e-mailed, or
reproduced without the express prior written consent of Cervis, Inc.
Cervis, Inc. reserves the right to change, edit, delete, or modify any information without prior
notification.

Document Revision History


Document Revision History
Date Revision Action By
12/10/12 Original MAM
Edits to conform to new configuration demands
01/10/13 GMS
(reference WSMB-6525)
Edits to the Adjust procedures for joystick min/max values.
01/18/13 GMS
Bumped document version to 0-4.
2/7/2013 Corrections made to 2.5.1 after code change. REM
2/29/2013 Changed 3.5 BU picture; edited BU spec table GMS

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Engineered System Manual

Table of Contents
List of Figures .............................................................................................................................. ii
List of Tables ................................................................................................................................ ii
Cervis Inc. Safety Precautions .................................................................................................. iv
1.0 List of Equipment ................................................................................................................. 1
2.0 MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Solution ................................................................................. 2
2.1 MCB-204JS-7461 Switch and LED Description.............................................................. 3
2.2 MCB-204JS-7461 Battery Installation ............................................................................. 4
2.3 MCB-204JS-7461 Operation ............................................................................................. 5
2.4 Associate Mode................................................................................................................. 6
2.5 MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Adjustments (Adjust Mode) ............................................. 7
2.5.1 Adjust Mode ................................................................................................................. 8
2.5.2 Function Default Settings ........................................................................................... 10
2.6 MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Configuration Details ...................................................... 10
3.0 BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Solution ........................................................................... 11
3.1 Hardware Configuration Details .................................................................................... 11
3.2 Safety Link ....................................................................................................................... 11
3.3 Base Unit Channel Configuration ................................................................................. 12
3.4 Cable Wiring Information ............................................................................................... 13
3.5 Base Unit Mounting ........................................................................................................ 14
4.0 Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 15
5.0 BU-218XF-INT-7461 Output Current De-rating Curve ..................................................... 17
6.0 BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Troubleshooting Guide ................................................. 18

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List of Figures
Figure 1. MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Remote Layout and Labels ............................................2
Figure 2. MCB-204JS-7461 Remote Battery Installation .............................................................4
Figure 3. Label Control Designations for Joysticks and Switches ...........................................5
Figure 4. Associate Mode ..............................................................................................................6
Figure 5. Label Control Designations for Joysticks and Switches ...........................................8
Figure 6. BU-218XF-INT-7461 P1 and P2 Pinout ....................................................................... 13
Figure 7. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Mounting Dimensions ............................................. 14
Figure 8. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Output Current De-rating Curve .............................................. 17

List of Tables
Table 1. List of Equipment .............................................................................................................1
Table 2. MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Switch and LED Description ...........................................3
Table 3. MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Operational LED Diagnostic Information .......................3
Table 4. Function Default Settings ............................................................................................. 10
Table 5. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Hardware Configuration Details .............................. 11
Table 6. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Safety Link ................................................................................... 11
Table 7. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Channel Configuration ............................................. 12
Table 8. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Wiring Table ............................................................... 13
Table 9. MCB-204JS-7461 Specifications .................................................................................. 15
Table 10. BU-218XF-7461 Base Unit Specifications ................................................................. 16
Table 11. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 18

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RoHS Compliance Statement


Cervis, Inc. complies with the requirements of Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS/WEEE)
Specification based on in-house practice and declaration of compliance from our vendors. For
additional information concerning RoHS compliance, please contact Cervis, Inc. at:
CERVIS, Inc.
170 Thorn Hill Road
Warrendale, PA 15086
Phone: 724.741.9000
Fax: 724.741.9001

This product may contain material that may be hazardous to human health and the
environment. In compliance with EU Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE):
 Do not dispose of the product as unsorted municipal waste.
 This product should be recycled in accordance with local regulations.
Contact local authorities for detailed information.
 This product may be returnable to the distributor for recycling. Contact your
distributor for details.

FCC Statements
15.19 – Two Part Warning
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
15.21 – Unauthorized Modification
NOTICE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any unauthorized modifications to this equipment made
by the user. Such modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
15.105(b) – Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Industry Canada Statement


This device complies with Canadian RSS-210.
The installer of this radio equipment must ensure that the antenna is located or pointed such that it does not emit
RF field in excess of Health Canada limits for the general population; consult Safety Code 6, obtainable from Health
Canada’s website www.hc-sc.gc-ca/rpb.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
exempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l'appareil ne doit pas produire
de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage
radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnementent.

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Cervis Inc. Safety Precautions


 Read and follow all instructions.
 Failure to abide by Safety Precautions may result in equipment failure, loss of
authority to operate the equipment, and personal injury.
 Use and maintain proper wiring. Follow equipment manufacturer instructions.
Improper, loose, and frayed wiring can cause system failure, equipment
damage, and intermittent operation.
 Changes or modifications made to equipment not expressly approved by the
manufacturer will void the warranty.
 Owner/operators of the equipment must abide by all applicable Federal, State,
and Local laws concerning installation and operation of the equipment.
Failure to comply could result in penalties and could void user authority to
operate the equipment.
 Make sure that the machinery and surrounding area is clear before operating.
Do not activate the remote control system until certain that it is safe to do so.
 Turn off the handheld remote and remove power from the base unit before
attempting any maintenance. This will prevent accidental operation of the
controlled machinery.
 Power is removed from the Base Unit by detaching the 12-pin cable from the
base unit connector P1 and P2, or by removing the source power from the
circuit.
 Use a damp cloth to keep units clean. Remove mud, concrete, dirt, etc. after
use to prevent obstructing or clogging the buttons, levers, wiring, and
switches.
 Do not intentionally allow liquid to enter the handheld or base unit
enclosures. Do not use high pressure equipment to clean the handheld
remote or base unit.
 Disconnect the radio base unit before welding on the machine. Failure to
disconnect the base unit may result in destruction of or damage to the base
unit.
 Operate and store units only within the specified operation and storage
temperatures defined in this document.

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1.0 List of Equipment


Note: It is possible to order the system with one part number. Specify WSMB-7461 in the
purchase order to receive the parts listed in the table below. If an individual part needs to be
ordered, use the part number listed in the table below.
Table 1. List of Equipment
Qty Model Part Number Description
2.4GHz, 4-single axis joysticks, 3-toggles,
1 MCB-204JS-7461 MCB-204JS-UMB-7461
1-STOP, Umbilical Connector

1 BU-218XF-7461 BU-218XF-INT-7461 2.4GHz, internal antenna, 18-channels


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2.0 MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Solution

JS1

JS2

S1 JS3
STOP

JS4

S6
S7

Figure 1. MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Remote Layout and Labels

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2.1 MCB-204JS-7461 Switch and LED Description


Table 2. MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Switch and LED Description
Switch /LED Function Switch Type/Description
S1+ ON
3 POSITION MOMENTARY TOGGLE
S1- OFF
S6+ FALLBACK ARMS FORWARD
3 POSITION MOMENTARY TOGGLE
S6- FALLBACK ARMS REVERSE
S7+ CLAMP RELEASE ENABLE
3 POSITION MOMENTARY TOGGLE
S7- CLAMP RELEASE ENABLE
ST STOP PUSH/TWIST RELEASE BUTTON
JS1Y+ PAD ROTATE CW SINGLE AXIS JOYSTICK
JS1Y- PAD ROTATE CCW SINGLE AXIS JOYSTICK
JS2Y+ SIDE SHIFT LEFT SINGLE AXIS JOYSTICK
JS2Y- SIDE SHIFT RIGHT SINGLE AXIS JOYSTICK
JS3Y+ BODY ROTATE CW SINGLE AXIS JOYSTICK
JS3Y- BODY ROTATE CCW SINGLE AXIS JOYSTICK
JS4Y+ CLAMP SINGLE AXIS JOYSTICK
JS4Y- CLAMP RELEASE SINGLE AXIS JOYSTICK
LED 1 TX (Green) TRANSMIT
LED 2 RX (Amber) RECEIVE
LED 3 BATTERY (Amber) BATTERY INDICATION
LED 4 ERROR (Red) ERROR INDICATION

Table 3. MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Operational LED Diagnostic Information


LED Information Condition Color
TX blinking, short Handheld is transmitting
Green
TX blinking, long Switch active on handheld
RX blinking (indication of RF signal integrity) Base unit messages received Amber
BATT slow blinking Low battery Amber
1
ERR Switch fault at power-up
2
Red
ERR Machine Stop depressed at power-up

1 – LED’s 1 and 3 will blink alternately with 2 and 4

2 – LED’s 1 and 2 will blink alternately with 3 and 4

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2.2 MCB-204JS-7461 Battery Installation


This SmaRT handheld unit is powered by four size AA batteries. When installing batteries, be
sure to observe proper polarity as marked on the inside of the compartment to avoid damaging
the unit.
To replace or install batteries in the handheld:
1. Loosen the four captive battery compartment cover screws on the rear of the remote and lift
the cover from the handheld.
2. Install (or replace with) four (4) fresh size AA batteries. Observe the proper polarity by
positioning the batteries as shown in Figure 2.
3. Replace the compartment cover and tighten the four screws. These screws should not be
over-tightened, but they must be tight enough to assure the gasket provides a proper
environmental seal.

CAUTION Be sure to observe proper polarity when placing batteries in the


handheld battery compartment.

Sealing Gasket

Figure 2. MCB-204JS-7461 Remote Battery Installation

Note: Cover screws must be tightened enough to assure the sealing gasket is compressed.
Do not over-tighten the screws.

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2.3 MCB-204JS-7461 Operation


Turn ON the Unit
This remote is powered ON by releasing (pull UP) the large red STOP button and then activating
the ON toggle switch (S1+).

Turn OFF the Unit


The remote is turned OFF by pushing the large red STOP button IN or by activating the OFF
toggle switch (S1-) and holding for 1 second. This unit is programmed in software to power down
after 4 minutes of inactivity. If the unit powers down due to inactivity, use the ON switch to re-
activate the unit.

Proportional Control
The single-axis proportional joysticks are used for proportional control. Joysticks will have a
“Minimum” from center position and joystick control is programmable using the configuration set-
up features of Heading 2.5.

Toggle Switches S1 through S7


Toggle switches S1, S6, and S7 are three position momentary. S1 turns on the handheld remote
by pushing the switch forward. S7 in either direction enables the Clamp release joystick function.

JS1Y JS2Y JS3Y JS4Y

S6
S1 S7
Pull UP to
allow start.
Hold for
Turn ON Push DOWN
Clamp Release
Handheld to STOP.

Figure 3. Label Control Designations for Joysticks and Switches

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2.4 Associate Mode


Associate Mode is used to establish the communications link between a remote and base unit
on a 1-to-1 association basis. To associate there must be a clear line of sight between the
handheld and the base, and both units must be OFF (powered down). Note: The remote is
turned off by pushing the oversized mushroom STOP button. The SmaRT base unit is safely
powered down by disconnecting P1 and P2 or by removing/turning-OFF the power source from
the unit.

To prevent inadvertent movement of the machine, be sure to remove


power from the Base Unit by disconnecting P1 and P2 or by turning
OFF the power source before attempting to enter Associate Mode.

S6 S7
S1

Figure 4. Associate Mode


To Associate
1. Stand near to the base unit with the remote OFF and power removed (disconnect P1 and P2
or turn the source power OFF) from the base unit.
2. Release the STOP button on the handheld by pulling up.
3. Push and hold S6 UP and then immediately push and hold S1 UP (ON). All four LEDs light
solid.
4. Observe the LEDs. When RX goes OFF, power up the base unit. When the RX LED blinks,
release S6 and S1.
A successful Association is indicated when LEDs TX and RX are rapidly blinking while the
Battery and Warning LEDs are unlit.

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2.5 MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Adjustments (Adjust Mode)


Keep in mind at all times that you are going to control a moving piece of
machinery. You must strictly adhere to the safety instructions described
in Cervis Inc. Safety Precautions of this manual.

Fundamentals
• Adjust Mode is entered by holding S1 and S7 up for four (4) seconds while the controller is on
(ON following the initial release of the STOP button and activation of S1 ON).
• Adjust Mode is indicated when holding S1 and S7 up for 4 seconds, the bottom three base
unit LEDS – OUT, IN, and ERR – begin flashing.
• Release S1 and S7.
• Operate any of the function toggles either UP or DOWN and hold. Continue to hold the
function switch throughout the entire Calibrate procedure. The base unit ERR LED (bottom)
will light solid indicating MIN calibration mode. LEDs IN and OUT will go out (extinguish).
• When the desired value is achieved, move S1 DOWN to the store the MIN value. The base
unit OUT LED will activate.
• Release all switches. The system switches to MAX adjustment mode. While the base unit
ERR LED goes out and the IN LED lights solid indicating MAX calibration mode.
• Engage and hold a function switch.
• When the desired value is achieved, move S1 DOWN to store the MAX value. The OUT LED
will activate.
• Release all switches. The system returns to minimum calibration.
• Adjust Mode is exited by pressing the STOP button or by waiting for 10 seconds without
operating any of the function switches on the unit.
• Adjust Mode timeout defaults to a 10 second window of opportunity, where the unit returns to
normal operating mode if none of the function switches are operated within the 10 second
window. The timer resets to 10 seconds each time a switch is operated while in Adjustment
Mode.
• After a Joystick has been selected to adjust, that Joystick can be deselected by moving it and
letting it return to the neutral position without saving a value.
• System defaults to Minimum adjust upon entering Adjust Mode. Default Settings:
o 15% Duty Cycle for Minimum;
o 65% Duty Cycle for Maximum Command
• Minimum and Maximum Command may be adjusted for each direction of each joystick.
• Joysticks JS1Y, JS2Y, JS3Y and JS4Y are individually adjusted for Minimum and Maximum
Command. Adjustment procedure is the same for each.

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JS1Y JS2Y JS3Y JS4Y

S6
S1 S7

Pull UP to
allow start. Hold in either
Push DOWN directionfor
Turn ON
to STOP. Clamp Release
Handheld

Figure 5. Label Control Designations for Joysticks and Switches

Handheld Adjustment Procedures


The following procedures use S6, S7, and the proportional joysticks of the Remote controller—
JS1Y, JS2Y, JS3Y and JS4Y (all are single axis)—that may need to be adjusted for use.
Adjustments can be made for each direction of a joystick (forward and reverse).

Note: In all instances of adjustment or setting the Minimum and Maximum Command
the handheld must be active with the STOP button in the UP position and the Handheld
ON.

Note: The default mode when entering Adjust Mode is Minimum. The system can be
toggled between Minimum and Maximum Command modes by operating S1 UP.

Minimum and Maximum Command adjustment are generally made while the
machine is active so that machine response can be evaluated. It is necessary to
take every precaution to avoid injury while adjustments are made.

2.5.1 Adjust Mode


Minimum is the magnitude for the starting point of proportional control when the joystick is first
sensed as being operated. It is the “jump to” amount. It is intended to bypass the lower region of
the valve curve where the electrical signal does not produce any hydraulic response. Typically in
well-designed hydraulic systems, the minimum will vary between 20% and 40% duty cycle for
open loop control systems. Electrical signals below this value will not shift the valve sufficiently
to produce any noticeable movement or machine action. Any joystick stroke which varies the
system output below the minimum point is effectively “wasted”.

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Constraints and Boundaries
The Minimum sets the minimum boundary for Maximum Command and also forces the
Maximum Command to be bumped upwards if required (based on the Minimum). Note also that
as 127 counts is 100% duty cycle, each count equals 0.79% duty cycle (1/127). Sixteen counts
will be approximately 12.6% duty cycle. Therefore, the tightest duty cycle span for the full
joystick stroke is 12.6% duty cycle. The largest span is the full 0% to 100% span of duty cycle.

Optimum Adjustment Level


Keep in mind at all times that you are going to control a moving piece of
machinery. You must strictly adhere to the safety instructions described
in Cervis Inc. Safety Precautions of this manual.

The optimum adjustment level is to have the system output set to be just at the amount of signal
to begin hydraulic response when the joystick is at the beginning of its stroke (just barely
operated). Furthermore, it is desirable to have the system output be at the amount where the
valve has produced its full response when the joystick reaches its full stroke. In this way, they
are matched as the full stroke of the joystick is spread across the full breath of the operational
span of the valve. As an alternative, in the event that hydraulic actuating is not needed or
desired, values can be set according to the base unit.
Each joystick position (+Y Axis, and –Y Axis) for J1, J2, J3 and J4 are individually adjusted and
the value saved in the same manner.
1. Pull up the Machine Stop button.
2. Activate the handheld remote by pushing S1 to ON.
3. Enter Adjust Mode by holding S1 and S7 UP until the base unit reads CAL.
4. Release S1 and S7. The base unit should indicate that you are now in Adjust Mode, default
Minimum Adjust. The unit will remain in Adjust Mode for 10 seconds of inactivity. If there is
no switch or joystick activity within the 10 second window of opportunity, the unit returns to
normal operating mode.
5. Push S1 UP (ON) while all Joysticks are in the neutral position to toggle between Maximum
and Minimum Adjust Mode.
6. Select a joystick command function by moving a joystick to the maximum position
corresponding to that function, then release the joystick.
7. Push S1 UP (ON) while maintaining the joystick position to store the changed value.
8. After saving the value, the unit automatically toggles between Adjustment Modes (Min/Max
Mode).
9. Repeat Steps 5 through 8 for each Joystick function.

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2.5.2 Function Default Settings


The values expressed in Table 4 are typical and may be adjusted depending on specific
circumstances.
Table 4. Function Default Settings
Function Low High Function Low High
PAD ROTATE CW 16 65 BODY ROTATE CW 16 65
PAD ROTATE CCW 16 65 BODY ROTATE CCW 16 65
SIDE SHIFT LEFT 16 65 CLAMP 16 65
SIDE SHIFT RIGHT 16 65 CLAMP RELEASE 16 65

2.6 MCB-204JS-7461 Handheld Configuration Details


• Clamp Release (JS4Y–) requires S7 to operate in either direction
• S1+ turns the handheld ON, S1- turns the handheld OFF

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3.0 BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Solution


3.1 Hardware Configuration Details
Table 5. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Hardware Configuration Details
Required Fields Interface Description Notes
Control Power 7-32VDC 12VDC supply expected: 15A MAX
Number of I/O 18 Digital ON/OFF, PWM: CURRENT COMP
Proportional – 1.2A Max
Output Composition Solid State FET
Discrete – 4A MAX
Antenna Option INTERNAL
HAWE: D77002-en Coil
250 Hz / 6.7Ω
Digital Interface ON/OFF
Set all Minimums to 16%
Set all Gains to 65%

3.2 Safety Link


Table 6. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Safety Link

Base Unit Safety Link


X
ENABLED DISABLED
When any of the following occurs: When any of the following occurs:
• Machine Stop is pressed • Machine Stop is pressed
• HH unit goes out of range • HH unit goes out of range
• HH unit deactivates due to loss of • HH unit deactivates due to loss of
power, Inactivity timeout, or power, Inactivity timeout, or
deliberate deactivation (off switch) deliberate deactivation (off switch)
Then, all latched outputs unlatch and all Then all latched outputs remain latched but
momentary outputs that are active all momentary commands that are active
deactivate. Upon activation of the HH, no deactivate.
outputs are allowed to be activated until all Note: If HH unit is powered on and a
switches (unless masked) are first centered momentary command that was deactivated
or returned to their neutral state. due to range, is still active when the HH
returns in range the output will immediately
be active again.

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3.3 Base Unit Channel Configuration


Table 7. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Channel Configuration
Output
Channel # Type Channel Logic
Style

M1
PWM Momentary JS1Y+
AXIAL FORWARD

M2
PWM Momentary JS1Y-
AXIAL REVERSE

M3
PWM Momentary JS2Y-
SIDE SHIFT RIGHT

M4
PWM Momentary JS2Y+
SIDE SHIFT LEFT
M5
PWM Momentary JS4Y- AND M12
CLAMP RELEASE
M6
PWM Momentary JS4Y+
CLAMP

M7
PWM Momentary JS3Y-
BODY ROTATE CCW

M8
PWM Momentary JS3Y+
BODY ROTATE CW
M9
FALLBACK ARMS LEVEL Momentary S6–
REVERSE
M10
FALLBACK ARMS LEVEL Momentary S6+
FORWARD
M11
UNUSED

M12
LEVEL Momentary S7+ OR S7–
CLAMP ENABLE

M13 With M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7 or


LEVEL Momentary
Hour Meter M8

M14-15
UNUSED

M16 Latched ON With system RF LINK


LEVEL
LINK/STOP Latched OFF Loss of LINK or STOP command
M17-M18
UNUSED

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3.4 Cable Wiring Information

36mm
(1.4”)

P1 P2

Figure 6. BU-218XF-INT-7461 P1 and P2 Pinout


Table 8. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Wiring Table

Pin Signal Name Pin Signal Name


P1:1 +VDC P2:1 M5: CLAMP RELEASE
P1:2 M17: UNUSED P2:2 M6: CLAMP
P1:3 M9: FALLBACK ARMS REV P2:3 M7: BODY ROTATE CCW
P1:4 M10: FALLBACK ARMS FWD P2:4 M8: BODY ROTATE CW
P1:5 M11: UNUSED P2:5 CAN H: RADIO ELIMINATION CABLE
P1:6 M12: CLAMP ENABLE P2:6 UMBILICAL POWER: RADIO ELIMINATION
P1:7 M13: HOUR METER P2:7 +VDC
P1:8 M14: UNUSED P2:8 CAN L: RADIO ELIMINATION CABLE
P1:9 M15: UNUSED P2:9 M1: AXIAL FORWARD
P1:10 M16: LINK/STOP P2:10 M2: AXIAL REVERSE
P1:11 M18: UNUSED P2:11 M3: SIDE SHIFT RIGHT
P1:12 –VDC P2:12 M4: SIDE SHIFT LEFT

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3.5 Base Unit Mounting

102mm (4”) centers

74.9mm
(2.95”)

7.4mm
133mm (0.29”) dia.
(5.25”)

118mm (4.7”)

36mm
(1.4”)

Figure 7. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Mounting Dimensions

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4.0 Specifications
Table 9. MCB-204JS-7461 Specifications
Item Description
Power Vin +1.6V to +3.2VDC
Batteries Four (4) AA
Battery Life 175 to 200 hours (ADJUSTED)
Low V Shutdown 1.6VDC
Auto-shutdown 4 min. of button inactivity
Environment Operating Temp -20°C to 55°C
(-4°F to 131°F)
Storage Temp -40°C to 55°C
(-40°F to 131°F)
Humidity 0 to 100%
Radio Frequency 2405-2480MHz
RF Power 2mW
License License free
Modulation DSSS
Antenna Internal
Enclosure Dimensions mm: 230.6x133.9x146.9
inch: 9.1 x 5.3 x 5.8
Total Weight 3 lbs
Durability High Impact Glass Filled Polymer case
Faceplate Aluminum or Polycarbonate
Indicators (5) LEDs
TX Blinking – transmitting, no switch active
Solid – transmitting, switch active
RX Blinking – receiving, no output of interest active
Solid – receiving, output of interest active
ERR Indicates error with handheld remote
BATT Low battery indication
Control Switches Toggle 3 momentary
(4) single axis joysticks Proportional controls
Mushroom Oversized Machine Stop

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Table 10. BU-218XF-7461 Base Unit Specifications
SmaRT BU-218XF Base Unit Specs
POWER Vin +7 to +28VDC
RADIO Frequency 2405 – 2480MHz
2.4GHz RF Power 2mW
License License Free
Modulation DSSS
Antenna Internal
ENVIRONMENT Operating Temp See Derating Curve chart below for details
Storage Temp -40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F)
Humidity 0 to 100%
Vibration/Shock IEC60068-2-6
10Hz to 150Hz @ 1.0g peak acceleration
10.0g peak shock acceleration
INDICATORS (11) +V1 OK when active solid
+V2 OK when active solid
+V3 OK when active solid
1 (Health) OK when active blinking
2 (RF TX) Blinks when active
3 (RF RX) Solid when receiving
4 (CAN TX) Blinks when active
5 (CAN RX) Solid when active
6 (OUT) Solid when active
7 (IN) Solid when active
8 (Error) Solid while active
ENCLOSURE Dimensions 119mm x 133mm x 36mm (5.24” x 4.69” x 1.42”)
Durability High Impact Polymer
Mounting Holes 7.4mm (0.29”) dia.
102mm center-to-center (4” center-to-center)
OUTPUTS Eighteen FET—Open Drain
Output Current 2A per channel
15A Max. total @ 55º C

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5.0 BU-218XF-INT-7461 Output Current De-rating Curve

Maximum Output Current (A)

Maximum Ambient Temperature (°C)

Figure 8. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Output Current De-rating Curve

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6.0 BU-218XF-INT-7461 Base Unit Troubleshooting Guide


Table 11. BU-218XF-INT-7461 Troubleshooting
Indication Suggestions
Power LED (+V1,+ V2, +V3) not  Is +VDC input power present?
active  Check input power polarity.

Health LED steady ON  Indicates an internal component failure.

 Check for obstructions preventing line-of-sight transmission.


TX/RX not active  Check that the handheld remote is active.
 Re-associate the handheld remote to the base unit.

CTX/CRX not active  Check CAN connection.

 Check that the handheld LEDs are active when the


Out LED not active
appropriate buttons are pushed.
 Check the outputs for loose wiring, etc.
 Over-temperature channel indication.
Error LED active  Over-current channel indication.
 Error condition exists. Active channel current consumption
less than 1A typical. (This is not a problem in cases where
less than 1A draw is a normal condition.)
In LED not active when
 Check that the input signal is referenced to P1:12.
expected

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