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    Kit Instructions1332-MOD-G4BCDInterfaceDescriptionTheBCD Interface Option, MOD-G4, accepts digital signalsfrom a programmable controller or computer in a BinaryCoded Decimal (BCD) format and generates frequency(speed) and direction (forward/reverse) signalsfor a singleBulletin 1332 AdjustableFreq...

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    Page2BCD InterfaceSpecifications(Continued)Optional Inputs- Manual Speed Pot: 10k ohm,2W,customer supplied- Forward/ReverseSelector Switch:Customer supplied- Remote Manual/AutoSelection: A customer supplied120VAC inputcan be acceptedforRemote Manual/Autooperationselection.Outputs- Direction: TheB...

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    Page 3BCDInterfaceDescriptionof OperationTheBCD Interface Board generatesan analog signalsuitable for speed controlof theBulletin 1332Drive. Inaddition, a direction control signalcan also be generatedforthe Drive.Several modes of operation existwhen using theBCDInterface option:Remote Automatic (...

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    Page 4BCDInterfaceDescriptionof Operation(Continued)Control of the strobe permitstheInterface Board and Driveto ignore anyundesired combinations.Once the desired frequency data is presentat the input, thestrobe is applied which signals the boardto read the data.Theboard thenloads the data into a ...

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    Page5BCDInterfaceDescriptionof OperationLocal ManualControl(Continued)All outputs of theBCD Interface Board will be ignored if theBulletin 1332 Drive is switchedfromRemote to Localat theLocal Operator Panel of the Drive.When in the Local mode, the Bulletin 1332 will respondtothe speed pot and for...

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    Page6BCD InterfaceTable ABulletin 1332 OperationDrive Switch SettingsSW4Local/Remote Local/Remote Manual/AutoOperationBCDBoardS1SW3LocalIgnoredSpeed,Direction and Startare controlled by the LocalOperatorPanelof the Drive (SW1, SW2 & frequency pot).LocalSpeed iscontrolled by the BCD input. Dir...

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    Page 7BCD InterfaceBCDInterface BoardBulletin 1332 Drive7I o o o o5oo° nrrarfh 1 I-1 °mDIMm D|=II r5!ill BCDInterfacemI=Io§o=1 =11= 1=_CD-O:[oI_II_IooooooIsJL°J]mooScaling JumperDSW2Figure 1-Scaling Jumperand Switch LocationsIMPORTANT: The Bulletin 1332 has a 20to1speed range.Thismeans that t...

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    Page8BCD InterfaceInstallation(Continued)Dimensions ininches and (mm).256.5(6.35)(165.1)6.025(152.4)(6-35)6.0(152.4)5.5(139.7)Figure 2-BCD Interface Board Dimensions4. Drill four (4)- (6.35mm)holesat the locationsmarkedinthe previous step.5.Insert thestandoffs intothe holes.6.Install the boardont...

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    Page9BCDInterfaceWiring(WARNING: To avoid a shock hazard,ensurethat all powerhas been removedto the Drivebefore performing the following connections.APriorto wiringtheBCD signals, wiring between the DriveandBCD Interface Board should be performed. RefertoFigure 4for these connections.WARNING: Inc...

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    Page 10BCD InterfaceBulletin 1332ControlTerminalBlockPowerTerminalBlockReiStarmotet/StopDirectionFrequency910 1112 13L1L2 L3 MlM2M323456871rJ-o I oRemoteManualSpeed Pot230V AC,3$. 60 HzFWDStartStopREVo1°k.2WXRemote ManualDirectionSwitch18 Gauge Stranded WireMinimum(3ft. Maximum)i23456739I2TB4TB3...

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    Page 11BCD InterfaceoIMPORTANT: Connect shieldatone end only-Chassismountiimustbeng bolt at the PC preferred. The other enditied back, insulated andleft floating.TB10 1.08 Hz0 2.04 HzNotUsed0 3.02 HzA0 4.01 Hz0 5.8 Hz0 6.4HztI0 7.2 Hz;0 8.1 HzBCDInterfaceBoard:0 98 Hz0 104Hz]0 112Hz01 Hzt080HzT0 ...

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    Page12BCD InterfaceWiringThe pin connections for J1and strobe select jumpersfor J2(Continued)are shown in TableC.Table CRibbon Cable ConnectionsJ2JumperPositionJ1DescriptionPin NumberStrobe, Drive# 11-212Strobe, Drive# 23-43Strobe, Drive# 35-67-8Strobe, Drive# 449-10Strobe, Drive# 5511-126Strobe,...

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    Page 13BCDInterfaceApplicationof BCD InputProgramming should be arranged such that frequency anddirection dataare selected10ms priorto the strobe signaland remain stable for 10msafter the strobe signal isinitiated. This interval allows sufficient timefor adequatedebouncing and filteringof the dat...

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    Page 14BCDInterfaceOperationwithanAllen-BradleyProgrammable ControllerTheBulletin1771-OG TTL Output Modules availablefor usein Allen-Bradley ProgrammableControllers areidealoutputs for use with theBCD Interface.Both1771-OG TTL Modulesmust beset upfor the LOW=True logicformat by setting internalsw...

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    Page 15BCDInterfaceCModule Groupin1771 I/OChassis15-Pair Twisted Shielded CableBelden Ns9524or Equivalent50Feet Maximum LengthLEFTTB11771-OGMODULESWINGARMBCD InputTerminal BlockMarkingsProgrammingDesignationsr.m0 1.08 Hz+ 5V000 2.1 Hz.04 Hzi i01M |2dn|0| l4|0l |5mumuz0 3.2 Hz.02 Hzii020 4.01 Hz.8...

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    Page16BCD InterfaceFUNCTION: Changes data every 5 seconds, strobefor 10msat 50msintervals. Themotor changesspeedor direction every 5seconds in the followingsequence:0 Hz, +30 Hz, +60 Hz,0 Hz,-30 Hz,-60 Hz,0 HzDESCRIPTIONINSTRUCTION03003015----Ul-------(TON)----DataTiming1.0PR028ACxxx043--------(P...

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    m ALLEN-BRADLEYA Rockwell International CompanyDrives DivisionCedarburg,Wisconsin 53012-0005Publication 1332-5.0.4- April, 1986P/N201910-001Printed in U S.A

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