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CONTENTS SECTION 1. GENERAL 1.1. ScopeofThisManual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1.2. Safety, Personnel and Equipment
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1.3. storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 SECTlON 2. SPECIFICATION 2.1. Controller 2.2. Motor Standard Standard Specifkation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . 2

S-cation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ., . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

2.3. Constitution of Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 SECTION 3. PERIODIC INSPECTIONS 3.1. Controller Inspections


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3.2. Inspection of Totally Enclomd Motor Type SDN-MFZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 33. InspectionofDripProofMotorTypeSDN-CFZ


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SECTION 4. TROUBLE SHOOTING . 4.1. Introduction 4.3. Trouble


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4.2. FirstStep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...20 Phenomena


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4.4. Approach to Various Phenomena. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 SECTION 5. CHECK FOR EACH CARD 5.1. SB-SACard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..................... . . 39 5.2. SB-AJCard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 5.3. SB-AXCard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
5.4.

SB-AGCard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 SECTION 6. PARTS EXCHANGE

6.1. Control Card ....................................

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6.2. Thy&or and Diode ............................... ....................... 48 6.3. DCCT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

SECTION 7. WAVE FORMS OF EACH PART .................................. SECTION 8. DRAWINGS


8.1. BlockDiagram..........................................................5 4 .55 8.2. Extemal Wiring ........................................................ 83. Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.4. ArrangementDiagram.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..5 6 ..5 7 50

,59 8.5. Elementary Diagram for Field HalfWave ........................................ (SB-SA Card, SB-AX Card, SB-AJI Card, SB-AGl.2 Card), 8.6. ElementaryDiagramforFieldFullWave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (SB-SAl Card, SB-AG3,S Card) 8.7. D/A Converter (DL-DA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.8. PartsList . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84 ..8 6 .74

SDN-MFZ MOTOR

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SDN-CFZ MOTOR

DLSBZ CONTROLLER

SECTION 1. GENERAL
1.1. SCOPE OF MANUAL

This manual is a guide for function, installation and troubleshooting of the MITSUBISHI spindle controller, type DL-SBZ.

Generally, as the controller is installed, wired and adjusted at a machine factory in Japan, customer need not readjust at initial start up. 1.2. SAFETY, PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT The following paragraphs list some general safety reminders and safety recommendations to be followed when operating and adjusting this equipment. 0 Only trained electrical and electronics personnel should maintain this equipment. It is dangerous to the untrained or unskilled. l When working on or near the equipment with power voltage applied, it is recommended that all metal object such as rings, watches and tie clasps be removed. l It is highly recommended that all perso~el working on this equipment wear rubber soled shoes (insulated). l Electric shock can cause personaI injury or loss of life. Whether the AC voltage supply is grounded or not, high voltage will be present at many points within the control system. So that extreme care muat be exercised in the selection and use of test instruments. Operator should not stand on grounded surf- or be in contact with ground when applying test instruments to test point. Conventional test instruments should not have chassis grounded while tests are being made thus the chassis can be at a high voltage with respect to ground during testing. Extreme care should be taken while attempting to adjust troubleshoot or maintain any drive system described herein. When working around rotating equipment, do not wear any loose clothing that could become caught in the equipment. Do not insert or remove printed circuit cards from the equipment while power is applied or operating; this can damage the equipment.
1.3. STORAGE

As the controller is open panel type, it is packaged and installed in the adequate antidust type control box by the machine maker. But at the storage of the received control box that contains the DL-SBZ controller, some reminders as follows must be kept. If the machine is not Installed immediately, it should be stored in a clean, dry location that is not subject to extreme temperatures. Precautions should be taken to prevent moisture from accumulating in the equipment. The entrance of moisture, dust or dirt during storage or installation is detrimental to the equipment insulation.

In addition, when a control that has been in operation and will be shut down for either a short or extended period of time, it is recommended that the environmental conditions is maintained the same as when in operation. Space heaters or equivalent devices should be used to maintain the equipment in its normal operating state (temperature).

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SECTION 2. SPECIFICATION 2.1 CONTROLLER STANDARD SPECIFICATION :TEM Nominal Output (kw) Ambient Temperature j Standard Applied / Line Frequency j Line Voltage Tolerance Line Frequency Tolerance Control Method Control Loop Speed Range Speed Regulation Current Limit Speed Reference Input Accel-Decel Method Environmental Condition Cooling Type DLSBZ-ZFSource Voltage (+l) Source Capacity (*2) (KVA) 3.7 37 45 22 30 15 -5 to 50C IEC 50/6OHz 2 10% 2 3% Automatic Field Weakening Control Speed hop And Armature Current Loop 1 : 100 (Constant Power And Constant Torque) Less Than 0.2% of Max Speed (Load Variation 10 to 100%) 150% (100 to 2009h Adjustable) 1 OV DC (Input Impedance 1 OK OHM) Current Iimit Acccl-Deccl To Be Free From Detrimental Gas And Dust Fan-Cooling Self-Cooling 5.5 7.5 11 55

3.7K 5.5K 7.5K 11K 15K 22K 30K 37K 45K 200V 50/6OHz, 210,220,23OV 6OHz 8.5 1 12 1 16 1 23 1 32 I 45 I 57 I 70 I 85 I 37 55

55K 104
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I Weight 0~13) 23 20 I _ ,_.. (1) Transformer is necessary except for these voltage. (2) This shows the source capacity needed for continuous drive in rated load.

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MANUAL SPEED SETTER DLMN

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2.2 MOTOR STANDARD SPECIFICATION

ia the radial load at the rxtmna point of the &aft. Inthir~,theIlfeof~i(asrbdtocauidrrrpbckllywitho~in8~ (2) nlia it at the cam of 2aw. 6otlr (*3) Fan motors for totally en&mod motet M wholly IPH source.
(91) Thin value

SYMBOL NO SIGN F VF

MOUNTING FOOTMOUNTED HORIZONTAL FLANGE MOUNTED VERTICAL FLANGE MOUNTED

2.3. CONSTITUTION OF CONTROLLER This controller consists of six blocks. (1) PANEL (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) TYPE SB-SA CARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Main control card TYPESB-AJCARD . . . :. . . . . . . . . . . . . Potentiometers card TYPE SB-AX CARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auxiliary control card TYPE SB-AC CARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Armature thyristors and field thyristor gate card THYRISTOR STACK (3PH FULL WAVE RECTIFIER REVERSAL P ARALLEL CONNECTION)

As this unit has the hinge at left side, SB-SA card or SB-AX card is opened by loosening the right side set screw. And then, as SB-AC card is opened on this side by loosening the upper two set-screws, inspection of thyristor stacks enable easily.

THYIUSTOR STACKS

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SECTION 3. PERlODlC INSPECTIONS Good maintenance and inspections are indhpensable for the equipment to develop its functions sufficiently, to prevent accidents, and to continue operation with high reliability for a long time. CAUTION:
Electric shocks may cause death. Always remember to confirm that all power sources are switched off before inspections 8ra executed.

3.1.

CONTROL UNIT INSPECTION INSPECTION ITEMS INSPECIION PERIODS - P O I N T S (1) Turn the fan by band to check for smooth tumias. (2) Apply power to check for powerful running. (3) Check for abnormal noise from the bearing put.
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TREATMENT Exchange the fan.

I. Thyristor cool- Monthly

hg fan (1lkW and more)

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Maincircuit contactor

Every 3 month

Check the contactor for smooth and accurate


OpentiOll.

Exchange the contactor.

(1) Check the contactor for smooth and accurate operation. (2) Check for spring weakening. (3) Check for wa8r of the core contact parts. (4) check for 1~ of the cormwtions.
1. Small Relay

Every 3 month

(CR)

(1) Check for contact wear. (2) Verify that main circuit contactor is operated accurately by this relay.

Exchange the relay.

Periodically execute cleaning of the other parts and retightening of main circuit and auxiliary circuit contacts.

3.2. INSPECTION OF TOTALLY ENCLOSED MOTOR TYPE SDN-MFZ (a) INSPECTJON ITEMS Inspection items 1. Noiseand vibrations
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Inspection
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Essential points
* 0 Check for abnormal noise or vibrations which have not occured / j /
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Weekly monthly

before. In case of abnormalities, execute the following checks. (1) Confirmation of foundation and installation. (2) Confirmation of the centering accuracy of the direct coupling. (3) Check for vibration transmission from the coupler. (4) Check for bearing damage and abnormal noise of bearing. (5) Check for severe vibration noise from gear or belt. (6) Check for abnormalities of the cooling fan part. (7) Check for controller abnormalities.

2 Temperature Weekly monthly rise

0 Check for abnotmal bearing temperatures. (The normal bearing temperature is the ambient temperature plus about 10 to 55C.)
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Check for changes of the motor frame temperature from the normal condition. (1) Check for normal running of the cooling fan. (2) Check for do&g of the protective cover with wire netting at the cooling air suction part and for normal air flow from the outlet. (3) Check for abnormal load increase. (4) Check for trouble with the control power source.

3. Insulation resistance

Every36 months

0 Check for abnormally low insulation resistance. Interrupt the connection to the control panel and execute insulation matstance measuring between all circuits together and earth with a SOOV Megger. If the measured insulation resistance is below lMSZ, it is necessary to dean the inside of the motor.

4. Commutation MonthJyevery 3 sparks months

Remove the outer cover and the brush inspection cover and check the commutation sparks of the DC motor on operation. (1) Check the existence of sparks which cause damage to the commutator and the brushes on operation. (2) There is no problem with sparks of No. 3 and less at rated power and No. 5 or less at peak load. Sparking numbers according to JEC 54.

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Inspection items

Inspection periods

Essential points (Standard for DCmachines)


No. 1 No. 2

1, No. 3

L=@fuato No. 4

I_ No. 5 No. 6

primary factors of poor commutation arc the followings. (1) Badness of the brush motion in the brush holder. (2) Bad contact between the surface of the brush and commutator. The brush is over the wear limit. (3) Badness of brushes or leads and their installation. (4) Mixed use of the different kind of brushes. (5) Abnormal over load. (6) Roughness of the commutator surface and chattering. (7) Trouble with the power source system or the controller. Raisethebrushpushleverandcheckthebrushwear. Check for abnormal wear. . (1) The normal wear is within 5 mm/1000 h. (2) Check for extreme unevenness of wear. (3) Check if any brush is over its wear limit. Permitted wear length

The

5. Brushes

Monthly every 3 months

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(112Fr)

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Inspection items

Inspection

periods

Essential points

0 Check for other abnormalities. (1) Check for good contact between brush holder and brush. Check for smooth brush movement and absence of cracks or breaks. 1 (2) Check for side wear of the brush. I (3) Check for pigtail discoloration, wire breaks, and corrosion. (4) Check for looseness of the screw for installation of the brush pigtail to the brush holder. (5) Check if the surface of brush is smooth. (6) Check if the position and direction of brushes are right. Check for adhesion of carbon dust. 0 Remove carbon dust from the brush holder and the area around the commutator by blowing with air or by wiping with a dry
Cloth.

Note:
In case of using the checked brushes again, insert them into the

brush holder in the same direction and position as they have been. 6. Commutator Monthly every 3 months
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Check for good commutator films. (A uniform chocolate-colored

film with semi-luster is good.) 0 Check for roughness of the commutator surface. (1) Check for carbon dust in the undercutting grooves. (2) Check for threading and grooving. (3) Check for copper dragging.

Undercutting groove
ROUti dilection

7. Dirtinthe motor

Every36 months

Check for collection of oil in the motor. 0 Check if the cover installation is proper. 0 In case of heavy dirt, remove the oil by wiping with a dry cloth or by sucking.

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inspection items

Inspection periods
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Essential points

Check for dirt by carbon dust.

(1) Disconnect the power supply. (2) Remove the outer cover and the inspection cover.
(3) By blowing with dry air from the inspection window, discharge the carbon dust adhering to the commutator, the rocker ring, the brush holder, parting strip, leads and so on.

Note: At this time dont give any damage to the commutator surface, coil and leads.

8. Dirt on
cooling fan part

3very3i months

D F&move oil and dust, when they adhere to fan, fan-case, protective cover with wire netting and other parts in the motor. (Never use thinner)

Fan-cue

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wire nerting

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Inspection items 9. Dirt on filter

Inspection periods Yearly


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Essential points

Check for dirt of the filter. o Removing the cover, take off the filter from the filter cover on the inspection cover. Execute air blowing or washing in neutral detergent according to the amount of adhered matter.

IO. Tachogenerator (TG)

Yearly

Check for abnormalities of the TG. (1) Check for abnormal noise, offensive smell and overheating. (2) Check for the wear of brushes. Permitted wear length of brush
4mm

1 I W 1,; I L-,-C

. Inspection

of brushes Remove the btuah cap and take off the brush from the brush holder. Exchange the brushes in case of being broken or over the wear limit. In case of using the checked brushes again, insert them into the brush holder in the same direction and position as they have
been.

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Removal of the carbon dust. 0 Take off the TG cover, remove the carbon dust by blowing with colnlnu~tor

Il. Dirton

0 Check for dirt on the cooling fins. 0 Removing the both cooling fans, clean the cooling fins by air

Some motors have the cooling fans, but others do not.

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(b) BRUSH EXCHANGE OUTLJNE 1. Disconnect the power supply. 2. Raise up the clasp of cover and remove the cover. Note: Set the clasp of cover at the position as shown. 3. Raise up the clasp of inspection cover and remove the inspection cover. Note: Set the clasp of cover at the position as shown.
4.

Brush exchange (1) Raise the brush push lever, loosen the pigtail setting screws

(2) Replace the brushes with the new ones.


(3) Securely tighten the pigtail texminal with the screw to the brush holder. Note: Use the specified brush type. E x a m p l e : RE59W. made by RINGSDORFFWERKE Size (2 X 6.25) X 25 X 32D Number of brushes: 4 X 2

Inspwtion

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Bracket

IIlSpt!CtiOIl

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5. Setting of the brushes (1) Insert sand paper between brush and commutator surface so that the brush is in contact with the grinding side of the paper, and pull the paper on both sides while pushing the brush with the brush push lever. (2) InitiaUy, use rough sand paper (#lOO to #150), finish with fine sand paper (#MOO to #MO), and fmally pull the sand paper in rotation direction. Note: Never give any damage or scratch on the commutator surface.

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6. Full the brush from the brush holder and remove the wear powder by blowing with air. Remove the wear powder completely; otherwise, it causes poor commutation or abnormal brush wear. 7. Brush insertion Insert the brush into the brush holder in the same direction as before and put the brush pusb lever onto the brush. At this time arrange the brush as shown in the photograph.

8. Operate the motor and check for abnormal noise or abnormal sparking. 9. Install the inspection cover and the cover in order. At this time confirm whether the inspection cover and the b&et are tightened completely not to cause oil incursion.

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(c) TACHOGENERATOR EXCHANGE PROCEDURE


NEW TYPE DC-ffi OLD TYPE DC-PC; 7-n side

ITEM I 1 I

1) Removal of tachogenerator (1) Remove the lead wire from the motor body. PARTS
cover

(2) Loosen the cover setting screws (0 and remove the


cover @ . (Only old type DC-PC) (3) Remove the brush caps @ and remove the brush a . (4) Loosen the stator setting screws i@ and remove the stator @ from the motor body. (5) Loosen the armature setting screw @ and pull out the amature from the motor shaft. 2) Mounting of tachogenerator Mounting is executed in reverse order of the removal. When assembling the stator, pay attention not to hit it against the surface of commutator and armature coil. Sufficiently, run the motor (both direction of rotation) in order to get the Nly contact of tachogenerator brush. 3) Speed adjust Adjust VR3 for max. speed with tachometer, giving max. speed reference to controller (1OV between RI and COM).

8 9 10 11

brush cap stator stator setting screw cover setting screw

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3.3. INSPECTION OF DRIP PROOF MOTOR TYPE SDN-CFZ Execute the inspection according to disassembly procedure, brush exchange procedure as follows and inspection items same as totally enclosed motor. (a) DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE main

auxiliary terminal box

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bracket on the load side

I. Brush and commutator inspection 1. The inspection cover can be removed after removal of the screw (1). II. Fan motor bearing exchange 1. Remove the tachogenerator leads from the aux&ry terminal box. 2. Loosen the hexagon socket head set screw (2) slightly (about 45O). 3. Remove the screw (3) and pull out the tachogenerator. 4. Loosen the screw (4) and remove the fan cover. 5. Remove the bolt (5) and pull out the entire fan unit. At this time, take care that the fan unit does not hit a@st the connection shaft (some models have a common shaft) and the coupling (bending of the connection ahaft and the abaft part). 6. Remove the hexagon socket head set screw (6) and pull the fan. 7. Remove the screw (7). pull the bracket, and remove the hollow rotor of the fan motor. III. DC motor bearing exchange Remove the fan unit by following the steps 1. to 5. of the above item II.
1.

2.

3. 4. 5. 6.

Remove the socket head bolt (8) and remove the coupling shaft. (Not required for models with common shaft). For vertical flange types, the screw (10) must be removed (exists only with this type). Remove the screw (1) and remove the inspection cover. Raise the brush push lever of the brush holder and pull out the brush. Wind thick paper etc. around the commutator and fix it with tape to protect the commutator surface from damage. Remove the bolt (1 l), pull the bracket on the load side, and pull out the armature.

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Notes
1. Unnecessary loosening of the bolts (12) and (13) can cause change of the neutral point, so that the performance will be impaired. 2. At the time of reassembly, apply screw-lock etc. to the hexagon socket head screw threads. 3. When the rotor and the armature are pulled, take care not to hit the stator etc. to prevent damage to the coils.

4. Install the inspection cover so that them is no gap in shaft direction at the part marked? Imperfect installation will cause cooling air leakage and operation of the thermal protector.

(b) BRUSH EXCHANGE PROCEDURE NO. 1. ITEMS Remove the inspection cover. HOW TO EXCHANGE Loosen the P head screws and slide the inspection cover in shaft direction. _-.

inspection cover

2. / Brush exchange

0 Pull the brush push lever to the front, loosen the brush pigtail fixing screw, and remove the old brush. 0 Install the new brush and fix the pigtail with the screw securely to the terminal.

CAUTION) U+thespecifii bruahea.


EXAMPLE: TD 2 12 made by TOKAI CARBON SIZE: (2 X 6.25) X 25 X 32D NUMBER OF BRUSHES: 4 X 2

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(c) CLEANING OF AIR FILTER AND WIRE NETTING In case of blower mounted type motor or motor with air filter, execute the periodic cleaning of air filter or wire netting. As frequency of cleaning is depended on environment, it is decided by periodic inspection. Remove the adhesion by air blow or neutrality cleanser, (d) CLEANING IN THE MOTOR When oily dust is adhered to insulation, commutator, bearing and other parts in the motor, clean with a clean, dry cloth or by suction. When oil is accumulated in the motor, after cleaning and drying up in the motor inspect the oil sheel and oil leak from machine. (e) TACHOGENERATOR EXCHANGE As the deviation of the generated voltage is about 3046, resetting of the speed control loop is required after parts exchange. Apply a max. speed reference (1OV between check terminal CH57 and COM) to the eontroller, mea. sun the motor speed at this time with a tachometer, and adjust VR3 (TACH. FB. FINE) so that the motor runs at the rated max. speed. However, at this time the speedometer installed on the machine can not be used as the reference, as it always should indicate the max. speed. (fl EXCHANGE AND CLEANING OF TACHOGENERATOR BRUSH For the tachogenerator it ls sufficient just to exchange the brushes, and it is not required to obtain a curved contact surface. After the exchange, execute forward and reverse running each for at least 4 h at about 1000 rpm to improve the contact. For cleaning of the commutator surface, blow in moist air through the brush holder part to remove the brush dust. When the dirt can not be removed by blowing air, we a cotton bud dipped in alcohol to wipe the commutator surface.

commutator

cotton bud (dipped in alcohol)

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SECTION 4. TROUBLE SHOOTING 4.1. INTRODUCTION When trouble occurs for the control unit, check the following items as far as possible. Afterwards, execute inspections and repairs according to the contents of this chapter. The following items also are very useful when contacting the service department of the maker. Confirmation items at the time of trouble occurrence. (1) Are the trouble indication lamps on the controller panel lit? Are the drive condition lamps on the controller normal? (2) Are fuses blown? (3) Can the trouble be repeated?
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(4) Are the ambient temperature and the temperature in the box normal? (The normal temperature in the box is 0C to 50C. and the normal ambient temperature is 0C to 4OC.) (5) Did the trouble occur during acceleration, during deceleration, or during constant speed operation? What was the speed at that time? (6) Was there a momentary power failure? (7) Does the trouble occur at the time of special operations or commands? (8) What is the trouble generation interval? (9) Does the trouble occur with application or removal of the load? (10) Have parts been exchanged or emergency treatment been taken? Was there a previous trouble in this controller? (11) How many years have passed since the start of operation? (12) Is the power supply voltage normal? Are there large changes according to the time?

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CARD

LAMP NO.

LAMP NAME PHASE SEQUENCE ZERO SPEED UP-TO SPEED CURRENT DETECTION SPEED DETECTION NORMAL INVERSE OVERRIDE READY F R FIELD GATE PUISE ARM. GATE PUISE (U) do. do. do. do. do. (V) (W) (X) cc) (Z)

FUNCTION lights on at normal phase sequence. lights on below 50 RPM of motor speed. lights on at speed arrival lights on at speed change or over load lights on over set speed lights on at normal rotation lights on at inverse rotation lights on at use of override lights on at contactor on lights on at forward side of armature firing circuit lights on at reverse side of armature firing circuit lights on at field firing pulse lights on at U phase armature firing pulse lights on at V phase armature firing pulse lights on at W phase armature firing pulse lights on at X phase armature firing pulse lights on at Y phase armature firing pulse lights on at Z phase armature firing pulse

SBAJ

PL 1 LED5

S0AX

LED 53 LED 54 LED 55 LED 56


1 LED57

LED 58 LED 59 SBSA LED301 LED302 LED 501 LED 601 LED 602 LED 603 LED 604 LED 605 LED 606

Table 4.1 Drive condition lamps

4.2. FIRST STEP As the first step for trouble-shooting, confirm the following items. (1) Power supply voltage 200V * 10% 5OII2, 210V - 220V - 230V f 10% 6OHz especially, verify that the voltage is not less 10% than 200v. Examples: 3 Power suppiy voltage is dropped at daily certain time. 0 Power supply voltage is dropped when a certain machine has just started. (2) Is the control equipment around the controller normal? Examples : o Are the NC, the sequence circuits, etc. normal? o Check parts, wiring, etc. visually for abnormalities.

(3) Is the temperature around the control unit (the temperature in the box) 50C or less? (4) Check the controller appearance for abnormalities. Examples: o Burning, abnormalities, etc. for cards and patterns. o Looseness of the wiring, damage, inclusion of foreign substances, etc. 4.3. TROUBLE PHENOMENA There are many trouble phenomena caused by troubles of the control unit, and they will not necessarily coincide with predicted phenomena, but here the general expected phenomena will be listed. When adjustment is not possible at potentiometer adjustment points, the card is to be judged defect and should be exchanged. (1) Lighting of trouble indication lamps Page 22 1. OVERHEAT 2. OVERSPEED 3. TACH. LOSS (wire break or short circuit of the tachogenerator) 4. BREAKER TRIP (main circuit or motor) 5. FIELD LOSS 6. IOC TRIP (Instantaneous Overcurrent) 7. UNDERVOLTAGE Page 24 Page 25 Page 25 Page 29 Page 30 Page 30 Page 30 Page 31 Page 33 Page 33 Page 33 Page 33 Page 34 Page 34 Page 34 Page 34 Page 35 Page 35 Page 35 Page 36 Page 37 Page 37 . -21-

(2) Many indication lamps have lit.


(3) Error lamp does not illuminate, but motor does not rotate at all. (4) Error lamp does not illuminate, but the motor rotates only slowly. (5) Motor does not rotate according to speed reference. (6) Sufficient torque is not developed. (7) Starting or stopping time has been longer. (8) Acceleration and deceleration completion signal (UP TO SPEED) is not generated. (9) No NC feed. (10) The speed detection signal is not generated. (SPEED DETECTION). (11) Speed range switching is not possible. (12) Current detection signal is not generated. (CURRENT DETECTION). (13) Forward (reverse) operation is normal but reverse (forward) operation is improper. (14) The speed does not increase above a spcciiic speed. (15) Load meter or speedometer is unstable. (16) Large vibrations and/or noise. (17) Howling of the contactor or smoke from the contactor coils.

4.4. APPROACH TO THE VARIOUS PHENOMENA

4.4.1. Ll_GHTINC OF THE TROUBLE INDICATION LAMPS


1. OVER HEAT A. The thermal protector of the controller has been operated. (mounted on thyristor cooling fan) B. The thermal protector of the controller has not been operated, but the thermal protector mounted

on motor (option) has been operated. (no conductive between the termals OHS1 and 0HS2.) Nota 1: Pay attention to resetting by cooling effect after
C. Neither several minutes.

the thermal protector of the controller nor the thermal protector mounted on motor has been operated. (Restart is possible after resetting of the power supply.)

1. Check motor load. 2. Check frequency of start-stop. Check each phase voltage for 2OOV/22OV/23OV.

1. Lighten motor load. 2. Decrease frequency of start-stop. Remove the cause of unbalance.

and COM (armature current waveform) in SBSA card with synchro

to 5.1 .l in case of irregularity. 2. In case of lack of waveform, thyristor or control card may be When firing pulse of each phase is observed, exchange the thyristor. And when fuing pulse is not observed and LED601 to LED606 are all illuminated, SBAG card is bad. Which of LED601 to LED606 is not illuminated, SBSA card is bad.

w8veform tt start time

17
w-aveforrn at no load

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1. Check the waveform upward figure / 2. In case of lack of waveform, l Phase loss occurs? j . Are LED601 to LED606 ah I illuminated? l When ah are illuminated, check j the SBAG card according to 5.4. l When SBAG card is good, thy& tor is bad. torque is insufficient caused insufficient field current. ambient temperature trouble of cooling fan for thyristor. overload 1. Verify the field current for rated at low speed.

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0 Repair of phase loss. . Which of LED601 to LED606 is not illuminated, SSSA card is bad. Wrchange SB-SA card in case of LED601 to 606 distinguishing. Exchange thy&or. 1. Readjust VRl 1.

1. Check ambient temperature.

1. Consider, the ventilation more powerfully above 50C over.

Check cooling fan for proper rotation.

Exchange of cooling fan.

1. Check motor load. 2. Check frequency of start-stop. Check air filter proper.

1. Lighten motor load. 2. Decrease frequency of star-stop. Cleaning.

improper of air filter. fault of cooling fan


field current is , insufficient. 1 ,

Check fan motor and fan proper.

Exchange fan motor or fan.

Verify the field current for rated at

~Readjust VRl 1. !

low speed. Check the thermal protector for returning initial state for cooling.

trouble of thermal protector.

1. Connect terminals OHS1 and OHS2 for temperary treatment. 2. Exchange DC motor.

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trouble of SESA

Nevertheless voltage between CON2 (13 pm) and COM is -12V, OVER LOAD lamp illuminates in these case,

Exchange SBSA card.

2. OVER SPEED This OVER SPEED lamp illuminates when motor rotates at 115% of max. speed.

CAUTION:

Generally, it is believed that DC motor rotates at overspeed in case of FIELD LOSS. But this is not true because controller, type DL-SBZ, has spaed loop with tachoganerator feedback.
At FIELD LOSS, armature current increases and OVERLOAD or OVER HEAT lamp illuminates.

CAUSE trouble of SBAX card trouble of OVER SPEED detector

CHECK/VERIFICATION

TREATMENT
Exchange SBAX card.

Check the voltage between CHS7 and COM for f 1 OV removing PINS 1 in SEAX card. Check the voltage between CON12 (20 pm) and COM for 1OV at max. speed.

Exchange SBAX card.

trouble of current amp or speed amp in SBSA card


overshooting becaus e

Check the SBSA card according to (2).

Exchange SBSA card.

of unbalance of control loop

When overspeed is detected only at high speed, it is overshooting. (Speed meter is swinging at full scale.)

Turn SW2 or VR6 to clockwise. When improper yet, take capacitor (05 to lfi) between CHI and CH2 in SBAJ card. Replace the wirings PGI and PG2.

trouble of tachogenerator.

Is the generating voltage improper?

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3. TACHO LOSS This TACHO LOSS lamp illuminates when tachogenerator circuit is misswiring or short-circuited.

CAUSE

CHECK/VERIFICATION

TREATMENT Exchange of tachogenerator brush or cleaning.

wear down or miss- , Check tachogenerator brush. i contact of tachogenerator brush. ,

miss contact of terminals for tachogenerator (PC1 and PG2) trouble of tachogenerator trouble of TACHO LOSS detector.

Check wiring for good connection.

Proper wiring.

Check the generating voltage for proper voltage.


Check the

Exchange tachogenerator.

voltage between CON2 (20) and COM for 1OV.

Exchange SBAX card.

4. BREAKERTRIP BREAKER TRIP lamp illuminates when motor breaker for fan motor or breaker CBR, CBS, CBT is tripped. When CBR, CBS or CBT is tripped, main fuses FR, FS, FT are blown. Exchange the fuses at the same time of resetting the breaker. FAULT A. One of CBR, CBS and CBT is tripped. Main fuses (FR, FS, FT) is blown. B. Breaker of fan motor is tripped. C. Either motor breaker or breaker CBR, CBS, CBT is not tripped.

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unbalance of armature current overshoot of armature current

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Refer to OVER LOAD.


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b Turn VIWcounterclockwisely and Turn VIMWockwisely.

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Check voltage of each phase for more

Power voltage up.

Check power voltage for more than

Power capacity up.

miss contact of
1. miss contact of

Knock each part of main circuit inspecting voltage waveform between CH303 and COM in SBSA card with

Screw up tightly.

2. miss contact of

Check the contacts of contactor.

Exchange or cleaning.

broken and full

tion caused miss

Verify waveform of AC voltage is proper at acceleration or decela-

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1. Prevent the distortion of wave


form. 0

less than 1oors is proper

Power capacity up. 0 Prevent noise from source.

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:AULT

CAUSE

CHECK/VERIFICATION 2. Lower level of wave peak

TREATMENT

less than 3% is

propa Insert the connector fully and set the mechanical lock. Improvement of frequency.

miss contact of connector abnormality of frequency. Armature voltage is extreme high. As CROSS OVER point adjusted by VR501 is too high commutation failure is occurred caused high annature voltage in weakening field area. In case of trouble of field control, the same accident is happened.

Check CON102 in SBSA card or connector in SBAG card. Check frequency is proper.

1. Check the armature voltage for 205 f 5V at max. speed. 2. Check field current weakened in power constant area. (Verify that field current is weakened at over base speed with amperemeter.)

_ 1. Readjust VR501 in SBSA card. -. __2. Exchange SBSA card or SBAX card in case of unable to weaken the field current.

Check ambient temperature is proper. Ambient tempera(less than 50C) ture. 1. Abnormal firing of thyristor overheat. 1 2. Disorder of cur- / rent waveform / due to drifting control circuit. On-off switching of power factor capacitor. Is power factor capacitor switched during operation?

Ventilation or cooling.

Dont switch to power factor capacitor during operation.

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FAULT

CAUSE overload of fan motor. phase loss of fan motor low voltage of / power supply for / fan motor.

CHECK/VERIFICATION Check fan motor rotates smoothly.

TREATMENT Tighten motor load.

Phase check.

Check supply voltage for 200 f 1OV.

layer short or short When the current of fan motor is circuit of fan motor extreme increasing without few load or short circuit, fan motor is occurred layer short.

Exchange of fan motor.

inferior to SBSA card

Check voltage Between CON2 (I 5) and COM for proper (- 12V). If proper voltage is indicated, detecting circuit is fault. If improper voltage is indicated, check misscontact of connector.
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Exchange SBSA card.

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I instantaneous power off Check the instantaneous power off is occurred.

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5. FIELD LOSS FIELD LOSS lamp illuminates when field current is 40% less than max. weakened current at max. speed. In a few case, both this lamp and BREAK TRIP lamp or IGC TRJP lamp illuminate, so refer to BREAK TRIP or IGC TRIP.

CAUSE fault of field firing circuit.

CHECKjVEdIFICATION Check LED 501 illuminates. When LED 501 illuminates, tield tiring circuit is proper. Resistance between J and K is typical 10 a. In detail, 65V Rf= *10% Rated field current I. Verify the cause of fuse blown. 2. Check thy&or (SCRF) is less than few hundred ohm, this thy&or is damaged.

TREATMENT Exchange SBSA card.

miss-wiring of field circuit

Wire for good connection.

Fuse (F) is blown.

At fuse blown, thyristor (SCRF) and diode may be damaged also. Exchange fuse, thy&or and diode. Fuse does not protect thyristor but field circuit. Exchange SBAG card.

fault of SBAG card.

Inspect the waveform between GF


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andKF
pB.;~pm[

Scope.

OM

b&k of field SCR gate circuit

Inspect the waveform above at the SCRFgate. 1

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rewiring. Insert CON1 10 and CON102 to the card tightly.

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6. IOCTRIP IOC TRIP lamp illuminates when armature current increases 3 or 4 times of motor rated current. So, at fuse blown, this lamp illuminates at the same time as BREAKER TRIP lamp illuminates. When only this lamp illuminates, fuses are not blown by overcurrent. Check or verification with reference to BREAKER TRIP. 7. UNDER VOLTAGE UNDER VOLTAGE illuminates when power supply decreases less than 170V. The aim of this lamp is for caution of under voltage, controller is not stopped or error signal is not made by UNDER VOL TAGE. This lamp illuminates every time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . power voltage up in accelerating time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . power capacity up 4.4.2. MANY INDICATION LAMPS HAVE LIT. (1) Looseness of connector When CON13 is loosened, several indication lamps are lit. Confirm that the connector lock is set surely. (2) FIELD LAMP is lit. When field current has been continued to flow at the fault of OVER HEAT or BREAKER TRIP, field is forced to weaken to prevent the burning accident of controller. Then in a few case, field loss lamp can be lit.

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4.4.3 ERROR LAMP DOES NOT ILLUMINATE, BUT MOTOR DOES NOT ROTATE AT ALL.

(1) Motor trouble CAUSE trouble of armature wind CHECK/VERIFICATION 1. Check armature current for proper with load meter or am meter. 2. At low speed, armature current increases at some point. 1. same as 1,2 above. 2. the resistance between J and K 6SV+ Rff 10% rated field current l 140V in case of total.ly enclosed motor. 1. Check the miss contact between brush and commutator. 2. Check brushes is worn down. Check for dirt by carbon dust. Cleaning the commutator with alcohol. TREATMENT
, Rewind of armature.

trouble of field wind

Rewind of field.

inferior to motor brush

1 Exchange brushes.

dirt on commutator

(2) Controller trouble At first, confirm the control power source by lighting LED6 at zero speed. CAUSE improper external sequence CHECK/VERIFICATION Check READY lamp (LED%) ihuminates with external ready signal. 0 illuminate . . . . fault of controIler 0 not illuminate . . . . fault of external sequence I
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TREATMENT Correct external sequence.

Check NOR lamp (LED56) or INV 1 lamp (LED57) illuminates.

/ Correct external sequence. /

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TREATMENT fault of SBSA card 1. Check the voltage between PIN301 and COM for f 6 to 7SV. Exchange SBSA card.

2. Check the voltage of PIN 302 for + IOV. Iben check CH6 1 to 616 is proper firing pulse. Check LED601 to 606 illuminates.

Exchange SBSA card.

Waveform from CH6 11 to CH6 16.

(current amp.)

CH611

fault of SBAX card (SR relay) fault of DA converter

Is voltage of CON12 (29) - 1OV at start command? refer to 4.4.14.

Exchange SR relay (RA3) or SRAX card.

(3) Load is heavy. Check the gear of machine.

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4.4.4. ERROR LAMP DOES NOT ILLUMINATE, BUT MOTOR ROTATES ONLY SLOWLY. (1) Motor trouble Refer to 4.4.3. CAUSE fault of SB-SA card
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CHECK/VERIFICATION 1. Verify armature current increases more than rated current. (120% or 150%) 2. Verify PIN301 and PIN302 for 5 to 1ov with drive signal. 3. Verify field current increase until rated. 1. Check the voltage of PIN5 1 for tlOV/MAX. speed.

TREATMENT Exchange SB-SA card.

fault of SB-AX card

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Exchange SB-SA card.

(2) Load is heavy. Check the gear of machine.

4.4.5. MOTOR DOES NOT ROTATE ACCORDMD TO SPEED REFERENCE. CHECK/VERIFICATION Check the voltage between SE1 and SE2 for lOV/MAX. speed. TREATMENT Exchange DL-DA card (option).

CAUSE fault of D/A converter

4.4.6. SUFFICIENT TORQUE IS NOT DEVELOPED. Refer to 4.4.4. 4.4.7. STARTING OR STOPPING TIME HAS BEEN LONGER

CAUSE improper of DLCS card improper of armature current

CHECK/VERIFICATION Check the voltage of RI in SBAX card according to motor speed. Check the annature current for 120% to 150% of rated with loadmeter or ammeter.

TREATMENT .-M Turn VR79 and VRSO to counterclockwise slightly. Readjust VR9 and VRlO.

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CAUSE improper to field current improper of crossover voltage load is heavy

CHECK/VERIFICATION Check the field current for rated.

TREATMENT Readjust VRl 1.

Armature voltage at max. speed is less than 20.5 f 5V. Normal is 205V. Check the motor load.

Readjust VRSOl in SB-SA card.

Lighten the motor load.

4.4.8. ACCELERATION AND DECELERATION COMPLETION SIGNAL (UP-TO SPEED) IS NOT GENERATED.

in SB-AX card fault of UP-TO SPEED detector

over, relay US in SBAX card in fault. Check the check terminal CM58 and 59 for -14v. Exchange SEAX card.

4.4.9. NO NC FEED. Refer to 4.4.8. (same as UP-TO SPEED IS NOT GENERATED.) 4.4.10. SPEED DETECTION SIGNAL IS NOT GENERATED. CAUSE fault of relay SD in SB-AX card. fault of SPEED DETECTION detector
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CHECK/VERIFICATION When LED55 illuminates at set speed over, relay SD in SEAX card is fault. When LED55 does not illuminate, SBAX card is fault.

TREATMENT Exchange relay SD or SB-AX card.

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Exchange SB-AX card.


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4.4.11. SPEED RANGE SWITCHING IS NOT POSSIBLE. Refer to 4.4. 10.

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4.4.12. CURRENT DETECTION SIGNAL IS NOT GENERATED.


CAUSE CHECK/VERIFICATION TREATMENT

fault of relay CD
fault of CURRENT /

When LED54 illuminates at set current owr, relay CD in SBAX card is fault. Check LED54 ihuminates at set current

Exchange relay CD or SB-AX card.

Exchange SB-AX card.

DETECTION detector

I over.

4.4.13. FORWARD (REVERSE) OPERATION IS NORMAL BUT REVERSE (FORWARD) OPERATION IS


IMPROPER.

Exchanging logic in SB-SA card is trouble. Exchange SB-SA card.

4.4.14. SPEED DOES NOT INCREASE ABOVE A SPECIFIC SPEED.


CAUSE CHECK/VERIFICATION 1. Verify the voltage between SE1 and SE2 for i1OV. TREATMENT

fault of external
speed reference or

DA converter 2. Verify the relation SE1 and logic input.


/ \CON53 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

SE1 \ 22ie29 2s 21 26 2 24 23 2 21
0 2.44mV 4.88mV 48.8mV 2sv /1 s.ov 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 10 0 1 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1

20

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

0 1 1 1 1

12 bit binary signal, 1 bit for 2.44 mV


in above table, 1 is open state, 0 is c-on state.

~ 1ov

7.w

0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

armature voltage is extreme high

Verify that armature voltage is 205 f 5V at /


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Readjust VR501 in SBSA card.

~base speed over. 1 I

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CAUSE improper of filed current loop

CHECK/VERIFICATION 1. Check field current for rated. Can adjustment of VRl 1 be possible? 2. Check the voltage between CON5 (7) and COM for 200 to 3OOmV at low speed. 3. When field current is not weakened at cross over voltage over, check the voltage between CON13 (6) and COM. (incase of armature voltage 21oV)

TREATMENT Readjust VRl 1 Improper voltage . . . Exchange DCCT. Proper voltage . . . Exchange SBSA card Proper voltage . . . Exchange SBSA card Improper voltage . . . Exchange DCCT and tightenCON13.

4.4.15. LOADMETER OR SPEEDOMETER IS UNSTABLE. CAUSE improper of tachogenerator CHECK/VERIFICATION 1. Check the tachogenerator brush is worn down. 2. Check the commutator is dirt. 3. Verify the generating voltage of tachogenerator is 3Ozky
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TREATMENT Replace tachogenerator brush.

Cleaning Readjust VR3 or VR4.

4. Check the ripple of generating voltage tachogenerator (leas than 3%)

Exchange brush of tachogenerator or tachogenerator.

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4.4.16. VIBRATION AND NOISE. CAUSE miss contact of motor brush unbalance of armature current improper to bearing CHECK/VERIFICATION Check the contact of motor brush is proper. TREATMENT Reset the motor brush.

Refer to 4.4.1

Check the motor can be rotated smoothly. I, I

Exchange bearing.

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Centering I accuracy of the direct coupling I of motor is not proper motor response is not proper trouble of tachogenerator

Readjust of centering accuracy.

Turn SW2 clockwisely and turn VR6 counterclockwisely. Exchange tachogenerator

4.4.17. HOWLING OF CONTACTOR OR SMOKE FROM THE CONTACTOR COIL

defective contact between moving core and fixed core because of coil wear.

Check tile core contact condition.

o Crindthecore. o Exchange the contact.

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SECTION 5. CHECK FOR EACH CARD

Generally, this controller is adjusted and running checked at the machine makers factory. So, some verification will be requested, but few adjustment will be requested at the field initial start-up.

5.1. SB-SA CARD


Fig. 5-I shows the voltage between each part and COM in SB-SA card.

[-Gq
+23V \(PIN 101)

speed absolute center amp. OV (CH 1 at minus voltage) -5V (CHl at +Sv)

In/

I svncbronous soura I AC 19V IU 1*vl~wl*xl.YI.zI~

+ 1 OV/max. speed

CH601 to CH603 cl- output voltage l.O23V/lOO% current (1) (CH303)

C.1) -5v/1009i current (PIN 301)

hi

8 to lOV/max. speed (PIN 302) I armature voltane simaal I (PIN 501) field current reference (*2) W/zero speed +l to ?V/max. sped , (PIN 502)

(CH611 toCH616) armature current feed-back signal \ +0.25V/lOO% current (* 1) (CH302)

Fig. 5-l

Chack point in SB&A ad

(CH306)

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Note 1: After taking off PIN504, and inserting it to PIN503, the power is supplied, then motor is not rotated. but armature current increase until one and one-tiftb times of those voltage (120% current limit) or one and half times of those voltage (150% current limit). Note 2: In case of fur-field, the voltage of CH303 at max. speed is same as at zero speed.

5.1.1. FIRING CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT

/ CAUTION: The adjustment methods shown in this chapter are normally executed by the maker, and unnecessary adjustment should be avoided.

(1) Observe the 2 points of the following table with a two channel oscilIoscope. (2) pull out PIN302. (3) Adjust each potentiometer in the table so that the firing angle a becomes 18 + 4. Adjustment potentiometer

Wave form A B

Observation point CON101 (20) - COM cH511


a3512

- COM
- COM

VR501

A B

CON101 (18) - COM cH513 CIi514 -

COM COM

VR502

CON101 (16) - COM CH515


B

- COM - COM

vR503

CH516

16OV 14v t

f = 6OHz or SOfiz

180 a=18O

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5.1.2. OFFSET ADJUSTMENT OF FIELD CURRENT FEED-BACK AMP. (VR502) (1) Pull out PIN504 and insert it to PINS03. (2) Connect D.C. voltmeter between CHSOI and COM (anode af 0106). (3) Supply power and adjust VR502 for k2mV at D.C. voltmeter.
(4) Shut down power supply and pull out PINS03, remove it to PIN 504, and then remove D.C. voltmeter.

5.2. SB-AJ CARD Outline of SB-AJ card shows Fig. 5-2.

Tachogenerator feed-back 30;;: / 1000 RPM in case of totally enclosed motor. tov f 5%/ 1000 RPM

speed feed-back signal f I OV/max. speed (between CHl and COIN)

Fig 5-2

Chock point in SB-&I cwd -4O-

5.2.1. ADJUSTMENT FOR EACH POTENTIOMETER (1) VRl (for load meter) 1. As the standard adjustment of currentlimit of DL-SBZ has two types; 120% and 150% refer to CURR LIMIT in SPECIFICATION in advance. 2. Turn off the power. 3. Take off PIN504 in SB-SA card, and insert it to PIN503 in SB-SA card. 4. The power is supplied, and increasing speed reference input, load meter indicates current limit without rotating motor, then, load meter is adjusted by VRl. 5. Turn off the power, and bring PIN504 back where it was.
CAUTION:

This adjustment must be taken within 1 minute. It is clangeous to adjust more than one minute because thyristor may be damaged.
.

(2) VR2 (for speed meter)


1. Adjust VR2 until speed meter indicates looqb speed at maximum speed. 2. In case of verifying that motor rotates actually at maximum speed, use tachometer. (3) VR3, VR4 (for maximum speed) 1. Verify that the voltage between PINS2 and COM in SB-AX card indicates 1OV DC at maximum speed. Unless this indicates 1OV DC, there in something wrong with external speed reference circuit. 2. Adjust VR3 to accord with rated speed with tachometer. If VR3 is unadjustable, VR4 must be corrected. But VR4 is adjusted at makers factory, so it is better to avoid to adjust VR4 unless necessary. (4) VR5 (for speed loop stability) 1. When motor rotates unstable or erratic, turn VR6 counterclockwisely. 2. If VR5 is turned excessively, response of feedback system becomes worse with overshoot. (5) SW2 (for speed loop transient stabbility) 1. If motor rotates with overshooting or undershooting, turn SW2 clockwisely. 2. If motor rotates with extreme overshooting, take capacitor (0.1 to 0.47pF) between CHl and CH2 in SB-AJ card, then motor rotates stably. (6) VR6, VR7 (for current loop stability) As VR6 and VR7 are adjusted at makers factory, these must not be turned. (7) VR8, VR9 (for current limitation) 1. As VR9 and VRlO are adjusted 120% or 150% of armature current at makers factory, these must not be turned. 2. When current limitation must be less, starting or stopping torque is very large, turn VRS and VR9 counter clockwisely. VRS is for acceralation and VR9 is for deceleration. But do not turn clockwisely from makers set position because motor or thyristors may be damaged.

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(8) VRlO (for most weakened field current)


Do not turn VRlO, because it has already set at makers factory. (9) VRl1 (for rated field current) 1. See to field current in motor plate or SPECIFICATION. (EX. 1) auto-weakened field
5.311.2A

rated fild

rtzmospced

current

f&id current at ma speed

2. Connect DC ammeter to motors field circuit, and then AC power is supplied. 3. Adjust VRl 1 until the DC ammeter indicates rated field current. 4. If DC ammeter is not on use, verify that the voltage of terminals J-K is 65V at zero speed. (10) VRl2 (for armature current feedback) 1. Connect DC amperemeter to armature circuit. 2. Adjust VR12 until the voltaBe of PIN301 indicates -5V at rated armature current. 3. Then verify that voltage of CM302 indktes 025V f 2%. (11) VR13 (for DCCT bias) Adjust as follows in case of exchange of DCa. 1. Turn off the power, connect DC voltmeter (1OmV) between check terminal CH501 and Common (anode of D106) so that common is plus side of DC meter. 2. Pull out PIN504 and insert it to PIN503. 3. Supply on power, verify that loadmeter indicates zero at zero speed. 4. Adjust VR13 until DC voltmeter indicates 0 to 2mV. 5. Turn off the power and remove DC voltmeter. Next, pull out PIN503 and remove it to PIN504.

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5.3. SB-AX CARD

overspeed detection normally -14V at over speed +14V cH52 who-loss detection normally - 14V at tacho loss +14V

UP-TO-SPEED bias -O.lV CH54 /

~-GGq /YizK

__._Gq ____...
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0 to 4.4v (*I) CH55

1 .W/mw. speed 0 to 3.7sv (a_, CH56

accelerating detection accelerating - 14V accelerated +14V CH58

OV/mrx. speed cHs7 \

1c sueed reference absolute amp. 1 decelerating detection decelerating - 14V decelerated +14V cHs9

r
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CH61

absolute amp. output CH60


Fig.S-3 ChedcpointinSE-AXed

(*l) The voltage of CH5S is 3.7SV at 150% current detection. (*2) The voltage of CH56 is 3.3V at 30% speed detection.

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CAUTION: Pay attention to electric shock, because, armature circuit voltage (DC2OOV) is supplied on upper side of this SB-AX card.

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5.4. SB-AG CARD

1. Turn off power. 2. Next, connect synchroscope between terminals Cl F and ICI F. 3. Supply on power, motor starts to rotate and verify the waveform as follows.

4. Verify the waveform of each gate pulse same as Cl F and Kl F.


CAUTION 1: When the probe of synchroscope is connected or disconmcted, main power must be supplied off. Because at on power, main fuses my be blown.

CAUTION 2: Pay attention to electric shock or short-cirarit accident, because AC2OOV is supplied in SB-AG card.

Fis. 5-S SB-AG ard

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SECTION 6. PARTS EXCHANGE 6.1. EACH CONTROL CARD 6.1 .l. SB-SA CARD There are two types, SB-SA card for field half wave only, SB-SAl card used in common field half wave and field full wave, so, confirm the type of card before exchange.
t old card ! new card

use

type SBSA card SB-SAl card

SBSA card 0 X I

SB-SA 1 card 0 0 I 0 = compatible X = uncompatible

field half wave field half wave and full wave in common

Exchanging the card, be sure to push in the connector of the card. After exchanged, connect DC voltmeter (3OOV) between terminals A and H so that terminal A is plus side of DC voltmeter, then adjust VFI501 so that DC voltmeter indicates rated armature voltage (standard 21 OV). And next adjust VRSO2 (field current feed-back offset) according to 5.1.2. 6.1.2. SB-AXCARD Only two potentiometers may be changed for machine specifications, so replace with spare card after setting two potentiometers same position as original card. VRS3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Current detection (LEDS4) VR54 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Speed detection (LEDSS) LED illuminates on detection. Next adjust according to 6.1.1. SB-SA card. 6.1.3. SB-AJ CARD Adjust all potentiometers in SB-AJ card in same way as 5.2.1. 6.1.4. SB-AC CARD No adjustment is required in case of replacement of SB-AC card. As SB-AC card has four types by reasons of difference of field rectifying (half wave or full wave) and difference of output power, confirm the card type refering to the table below. 1
old card
/

new card
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half wave
full wave

SBAGl card / SBAG2 card ; SBAG3 card SB-AC5 card -t--- - --7------ - - - - - 0 3.: to 22 kW - -SB-AC1 card -. _ .._... 0 _.. L_ .___ ___~. _._X ____ X - - __... _-* ;j _30to55 kW SB-AC2 c a r d 1 x _.____+_._____ . . +___ ... _~_+_.__ .P _.__ _.._.._ 0 3.7 to 22 kW :I SBAG3- card 1 - - - ,; _. _-&- _ X -._ 3. to_~S.kW... - - - 1

SEAC5 card

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O . . . . compatible D . . . . compatible if lead wire is lengthen. x . . . uncompatible

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6.1.5. OTHER OPTIONAL CARDS (1) Type DL-TL card (torque limiter) The torque at the time of torque limitation is adjusted VR71, VR72, and VR73 on the card. Set the potentiometers of the new card to the same positions as for the old card. Afterwards, execute an operation test to check that the torque limitation is suitable for the machine operation. The potentiometer positions and the torque limitation values are about as shown below.

0% VR71

30%

0%

60%

0%

60%

VR73

VR72

(2) Type DL-MN card (manual setter)


After card exchange, turn the external manual setting potentiometer on the controller fully clockwise, and adjust VR74 (for use of terminal SVP) or VR75 (for use of terminal SVN) so that the voltage between the terminals SV2 and SVS of TB5 1 becomes lO.OV. (3) Type DL-DA card (DA converter) After the exchange, when the manual setting circuit is used, turn the external manual setting potentiometer of the controller fully clockwise, and adjust VR77 or VR78 so that the voltage between pm 2 of the potentiometer and COM becomes lO.OV. VR76 ir for zero djustmmt of th DA oonvwtw IC, and aa it hlr hnn sot in tha fxtoy, it
should not k turnad.

(4) The DL-CS card (Ramp function card) Try operation with the potentiometers of the new card set to the same positions as those of the old card. When problems like mechanical shock etc. occur, turn VR79 (for forward acceleration) and VRBO (for reverse acceleration) in clockwise direction, and if the time still should be short, shortcircuit the check pins CHI and CH2 on the card.
i VR92 is for amplifier zero adjustment, and as it ha han adjutid at the factory, it should not I

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6.2. THYRISTOR AND DIODE 6.2.1. THYRISTOR AND DIODE FOR FIELD CIRCUIT Exchange outline (1) Removal of a defective thyristor Remove the wiring connected to the thyristor diode and remove the cooling fin.

(2) Application of silicon grease


As shown in Fig. 6-3. apply silicon grease to the part in contact with the cooling fin to improve the cooiing effect. However, as silicon is an insulator, care should be taken not to apply it to the screw
parts transmitting electricity.

(3) Installation of the new thyristor Install the new thy&or after application of silicon grease with a torque of table. (4) Dust-protection treatment As the side distance of thyristor gate and anode is narrow, execute taping or install the accessory cap, as shown in Fig. 64.

Do not apply
to the thread
Put

Apply silicoa m to the shaded put (bolt bottom)

6.2.2. MAIN CIRCUIT THYRISTOR Main circuit thyristors below 22kW are module type as shown in Fig. 6-5. In case of exchanging thyristors, set new thyriston in the same direction as old thyristors. Above 30kW. stad type thyristors same as Fig. 6-3 are mounted.

Apply silicon grease


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Table of thyktor and diode

CAUTION: As thyriston in DL-SBZ controller has special characteristics, MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC supplies these special thyristcws.

6.3. LXXX As DCCT has remaining voltage, adjust potentiometers in SB-AJ card in same way as 5.2. (11).

SECTION 7. WAVE FORMS OF EACH PART

1. ARMATURE SYNCHRONIZING SIGNAL -SINE WAVE CHECK ACROSS UZ, V2, W2 AND COM. (1OOV. Sms/DW.)

2. ARMATURE SYNCHRONIZING SIGNAL - SAW-TOOTH WAVE CHECK ACROSS CH601, CH602, CH603 AND COM. (lV, SmsiDIV.)

3. ARMATURE GATE PULSE GENERATOR - COMPARATOR OUTPUT (AT ZERO SPEED) CHECK ACROSS CH6 11 THROUGH CH6 16 AND Cal. (1OV. 5mdDIV.j

4. ARMATURE GATE PULSE GENERATOR - COMPARATOR OUTPUT (AT MAX. SPEED) CHECK ACROSS CH611 THROUGH CH6 16 (1OV. Sms/DIV.) AND COM.

~COM

5. THYRISTOR GATE PULSE FOR ARMATURE CONTROL (ONE PULSE) CHECK ACROSS GlF AND KlF. (SAME AS G?FK2F THROUGH G6F-K6F, Cl R-K1 R THROUGH G6R-K6R). (lV, SOrS/DlV.)

6. THYRISTOR GATE PULSE FOR ARMATURE CONTROL (DOUBLE PULSE) CHECK ACROSS GlF AND KlF. (SAME AS GZFK2F THROUGH G6F-K6F, Cl R-K1 R THROUGH (lV, Sms/DIV.) G6R-K6R).

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7. ARMATURE CURRENT FEED BACK AT NO LOAD CHECK ACROSS CH303 AND COM. (SOmV. 2mmclDIV.1

B. ARMATURE CURRENT FEEDBACK AT RATED LOAD CHECK ACROSS CH303 AND COM.

1.)

COM

9. ARMATURE VOLTAGE AT MAX. SPEED CHECK ACROSS A AND H. UOOV. 2mslDlV.)

10. ARMATURE VOLTAGE FEED BACK AT MAX. SPEED CHECK ACROSS EA AND EC. (ZOV, lmr/DIV.)

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11. ARMATURE VOLTAGE FEEOBACK AT MAX. SPEED CHECK ACROSS THE BOTH SIDES OF CAPACITOR C24. t1OV. 1mrlDlV.j

12 ISOLATION AMPLIFIER CHOPPER SIGNAL CHECK ACROSS THE BOTH SIDE OF CAPAClTOR C25. (1V. O.lms/DIV.)

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13. TACHOGENERATOA FEED-BACK CHECK ACROSS PC1 AND PC2. (SV. O.Sms/DlV.)

14. OSCILLATOR OUTPUT. (APPROX. lOKHr1 CHECK ACROSS R549 AND COM. (1OV. 0.1 msec/DIV.)

-COM

15A. SB-SA CARD (FIELD HALF WAVE1 FIELD CURRENT CONTROL AMP. OUTPUT CHECK ACROSS PIN504 AND COM. (2V. SmrclDIV.)

156. SsSAl CARD (FIELD FULL WAVE) FIELD CURRENT CONTROL AMP. OUTPUT CHECK ACROSS PINS04 AND COM. IZV. Smsec.IDN.)

16. FIELD FIRING CIRCUIT-PULSE SIGNAL CHECK ACROSS D511 (CATHODE) AND COM.

(OS', Sms/DtV.)

17. FIELD FIRING CIRCUIT INTERLOCK CHECK ACROSS l-R!504 (collector). TRSO5 (collector) AND COM. (5V. Smsec/DN.)

l-R504

-COM
TR503

-COM

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18A. FIELD HALF WAVE GATE PULSE (S&SA CARD) CHECK ACROSS KF AND CF. (lV, Sms/DIV.)

188. FIELD FULL WAVE GATE PULSE (SESAl CARD) CHECK ACROSS KF AND CF. (lV, Sms/DIV.)

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19A. FIELD VOLTAGE AT ZERO SPEED (HALF WAVE) CHECK ACROSS J AND K. (1OOV. SmdDIV.1

199. FIELD VOLTAGE AT ZERO SPEED (FULL WAVE) CHECK ACROSS J AND K. (lOOV, 5mdDIV.j

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20A. FIELD CURRENT FEED-BACK AT ZERO SPEED (SESA CARD) CHECK ACROSS Cl-F AND COM. (O.lV, Sms/DlV.)

209. FIELD CURRENT FEED-BACK AT ZERO SPEED kXbSA1 CARD) CHECK ACROSS Cl-F AND COM. (O.lV. Sms/DlV.) .

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SECTION 8. DRAWINGS

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8.8 PART?3 LIST


spare parts I tern Description

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Malter

Symbol

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Item Description Maker

Symbo

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Note

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THS
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Description kW 3.1 5.5 1.5 1 1

Type

Maker

Symbol Qty

Stand.

Option A B C

Note

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S-Al00 S-Al50 S-A220 S-A300

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55 I 5.5

3 . 7 BKOC168GHOl

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AC Reactor (Option)

c / 1 8 . 5 BKO-Cl68GH03 j, E L ECHUOI C CTR 22 I


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/ the DL-SBZ
controller.

l Separating from
*Selected by blower motor capacity.

OPTION CARDS
51 5 2 12 bits binary D/A converter fD680A323CS 1 DL-DA Torque limiter TD680A324CS 1 Manual speed setter DL-MN TD680A325G5 1 DL-TL DLCS DL-QP Ramp function TD680A329C.S 1 Buffer amp. TD680A33 lG5 1 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC 0 0 0 1

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NOTE: Optional spare parts A . . . Maintenance spare parts for every two years. Optional spare parts B . Maintenance spare parts for every five years. Optional spare parts c . . Recommended spare parts for machine makers stock.

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