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    1391BulletinAC ServoA. ana ts)Controller(SeriesManuallnstruction41|i\:'i'V:ammmmimmm\p1W&li1a;aaaa*-dmV’iiiai1:%%%Isapa-my.%W:0:%my'ÿ miWi:.\-yymm.................";..iiiiiiiila-"a gm1&wwMsiiiiiMiMa a,'a.a':'a5mm%MMI,a aM|.aaSlfliiMSI:Va:MII;-aaa-%:a-a/;.a.§§g\«B8r—1aa. ...

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    Important User InformationBecause of the varietyofuses for this equipment and becauseof thedifferences between this solid-state equipment andelectromechanicalequipment, theuser of and those responsible for applying this equipmentmustsatisfy themselvesas tothe acceptabilityof each application andu...

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    Page 1Table of ContentsTableof ContentsTitleChapter/SectionPageIntroduction11.0Manual Objectives1.1General Precautions1.2Controller Description1.3Series A,B and D Controllers1.4Standard Features1.5Options/Modifications1.6Controller Layout1-11-11-21-31-41-41-5Specifications22.0Chapter Objectives2....

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    PageIITable of ContentsTitlePageChapter/SectionInstallation6Chapter ObjectivesMountingWiringRecommendationsWiring6-16.06-16.16-26.26-36.37Start-Up7.0Chapter Objectives7.1Start-UpProcedure7-17-1Operation with the Bulletin 1326 ACServomotor88.0Chapter Objectives8.1Introduction8.2Bulletin 1326ABMoto...

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    Chapter1IntroductionThis manual ismeant to guide the interface, installation, setup andtroubleshootingof a Bulletin 1391AC Servo Controller. Thecontents arearranged in order from a generaldescription of the controller totroubleshooting and maintenance.To ensuresuccessful installation andoperation...

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    Page 1-2Introduction1.1General Precautions(Continued)CAUTION: Thiscontroller may containESD (ElectrostaticDischarge) sensitive parts andassemblies. Static controlprecautionsare required when installing, testing, servicingor repairingthis assembly.Component damage mayresult ifESD control procedure...

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    Page 1-3Introduction1.3Series A,B and DControllersBULLETIN1391 ACSERVO CONTROLLER"B"SERIESBlCAT 1391B-AA451 SERB *1INSTS/N[1 1391-5.1MANAC INPUTVOLTSl 230l PH |3| HZ [ 50/60 | AMPS |38|V.C.T.|36l PHl1| HZ| 50/60 | AMPS|5.5|MAX SYM RMS SHORT CKT CURRENTAMPS| 1300|ACOUTPUTPH[T] HZI 0-200l...

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    Page 1-4IntroductionThe Bulletin 1391contains anumber ofstandardfeatures requiredina typical automated machine servo system.•Input protected against transient voltage.•A powerline/DBcontactor which openstheAC lineto the controllerand insertsa shunt regulator resistoracrosstheDC bus whenever t...

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    Page 1-5Introduction- Tach OutputA voltage equalto 2.5V DC/1000 RPM isavailableat TB2.1.5V DC/1000 RPM on unitsset for 5000RPM operation.- Torque orCurrent MonitorA voltage equalto 3.0V DC=100% scaledcurrent isavailableat TB2.- Anti-BacklashProvisions to usethe Bulletin 1388 Anti-Backlash module ...

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    Page1-6IntroductionGROUND STUDtLFUSETB5SW1TB4TB1mCIRCUITBREAKERm§j|g|ggfitmiALLEN-BRApLEY#fjh:;,1111§§11‘i\<mWM1|SI f'.WBmummmmSS§WmIIII50v, *DIAGNOSTIC LED'Sa|::I\TB2Figure1.1-Bulletin 1391 ACServo Controller

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    Chapter2SpecificationsChapter two containsthe electrical and environmental specificationsforthe Bulletin 1391.Dimensions are provided in AppendixA.2.0Chapter ObjectivesThe generalspecifications of the Bulletin 1391are provided inthelisting below.The specifications aredivided when necessaryfor the...

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    Page2-2SpecificationsThe Bulletin 1391must be mounted in an enclosure that isclean,dryand ventilated byfiltered orcooled air.Enclosures vented withambient airmust have appropriate filteringto protect againstcontaminationcaused byoils, coolants, dust, condensationetc. Theambient air temperaturemus...

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    Chapter3Receiving, Unpacking and Inspection3.0Chapter 3 provides the information neededto unpack, properly inspectand if necessary,store the Bulletin 1391and related equipment.Thesectionentitled Inspection provides a complete explanationof theBulletin 1391 catalog numberingsystem.Chapter Objectiv...

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    Page3-2Receiving,Unpackingand InspectionISOLATION TRANSFORMER015D1391TTFourthPositionFifthPositionSecondPositionThirdPositionFirstPositionPrimaryVoltage& FrequencySecondaryVoltageBulletinNumberkVA RatingTypeCodeDescriptionTTransformerOpenCore&CoilkVACodeinputCodeDescriptionT230V AC, 3-ph....

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    Page 3-3Receiving, Unpacking and InspectionBULLETIN 1391 CONTROLLER1391B- AA45XXXFirstPositionSecondPositionThirdPositionFourthPositionFifthPositionBulletinNumberTypeandConstructionNominal OutputVoltageOptions(if required)Current RatingDescription1391= Series A1391B= Series BLetterDescriptionAOpe...

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    Page 3-4Receiving, Unpackingand InspectionAC SERVOMOTOR3EA4A111326ABEighthPositionFifthPositionSixthPositionSeventhPositionThirdPositionFourthPositionSecondPositionFirstPositionMaximumOperatingSpeedMounting &ShaftDescriptionStandardOptionsBulletinMotorLengthDesignSeriesNo.TypeSeeTableBelowSeq...

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    Page3-5Receiving, Unpacking and InspectionBLOWER MOD KIT1326ABMOD- G3BulletinDescriptionNo.TypeCodeDescriptionCodeMotor SeriesG3Rear Mount Blowerfor C SeriesMotorsG4side MountBlowerfor"C" Series MotorsMODModifica¬tion KitBRAKEPOWER SUPPLYRECTIFIER1326MOD- BPSBulletinNumberDescriptionTy...

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    Page3-6Receiving,Unpacking and InspectionEXTERNAL SHUNTREGULATOR RESISTOR1326MOD- SR22ABulletinNumberDescriptionTypeCodeDescriptionMODModifica¬tion KitCodeDescriptionSR22AShunt RegulatorResistorfor 22.5AControllerSR45AShunt RegulatorResistorfor 45A ControllerFEEDBACKMOUNTING ADAPTERKITC11326AB- ...

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    Page 3-7Receiving, Unpackingand InspectionFEEDBACK COUPLING(Included inall Feedback MountingAdapter Kits)1326- MODC1FirstPositionSecondPositionThirdPositionBulletinCoupling SizeNo.TypeCodeDescriptionMODModifica¬tionKitCodeMotorShaftC13/8" to3/8" (9.5mm to 9.5mm)C23/8" to 1/4"...

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    Page3-8Receiving, Unpackingand InspectionPOWER ANDFEEDBACK CABLESCAB151326PFifthPositionFourthPositionSecondPositionThirdPositionFirstPositionCableLengthMotorSizeUsed OnBulletinFunctionNo.TypeCodeCodeDescriptionConnector Kit(No Cable)15' (4.6m)30' (9.1m)50’ (15.2m)100' (30.4m)CodeDescriptionCCo...

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    Chapter4Descriptionof OperationChapter 4 isintendedto familiarize the reader with the circuitryof theBulletin 1391interms of function and operation.4.0Chapter ObjectivesThe Bulletin 1391 PWMServo Controller ismade up of the following:300VDC powersupply, power transistor output modules, shunt regu...

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    Page 4-2Descriptionof Operation4.3PWM Operation(Continued)COMMUTATIONLOGIC &CURRENTLOOPINTEGRATORPWMCURRENTREFERENCEGENERATOR&BASEDRIVEIAM1TIMINGSIGNALGENERATORPOSITIONDECODERFigure 4.2-OperationThe Bulletin 1391shunt regulatorprovides power dissipationforregenerativeconditions when the e...

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    Page4-3Description of OperationPower Transistor OutputModulesExternalShuntRegulator ResistorBulletin 1326Rectifier D1TTiPermanentMagnetACContactorServomotorJSS£[—CircBreaShuntRegulatorTransistorBaseDriveLogic SupplyFaultSionPowerProtectContactorCoil115VACPowerDriver BoardTBS-4TB5-5latedrrentIs...

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    Page4-4Description of OperationUNDERVOLTAGE-If theDC power bus voltage drops below 50%of itsnominal operatingvalue, theLED illuminates and a signalwill bepresentat TB2-13. A jumper settingselects the reactionof theDROKcontacts to an undervoltage detection. Referto section 5.3forfurther informatio...

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    Page 4-5Descriptionof Operation4.12WARNING: The Enable control circuitry in the Bulletin 1391includes solid-state components. If hazards dueto accidentalcontact with movingmachinery orunintentional flowofliquid, gas orsolids exist,an additional hardwired contingencystop circuit maybe required.Ref...

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    Page4-6Descriptionof OperationPOWER-UP SEQUENCEPOWER-DOWN SEQUENCEIIAPPLICATION Of240V AC TO ISOLATION TRANSFORMERENABLESIGNAL REMOVEDFault-----*ÿ-a) Logic power supplies and base drive circuits power-a)Motor will regenerateto a stop.b) Outputpower stageis disabled.c) DROK relay maintains ano fa...

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    Chapter5Inputs, Outputsand AdjustmentsChapter 5 contains descriptionsof the various inputsand outputsavailable onthe Bulletin 1391Servo Controller. Additionally, acomprehensive listing and descriptionof the potentiometer,switch andjumper settings is provided.In some cases adjustment methodsarepro...

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    Page 5-2Inputs,Outputsand AdjustmentsTERMINAL BLOCKTB5-POWER WIRING-TERMINAL BLOCK TB4•CONTROL SIGNALS-TERMINALBLOCK TB1-RESOLVER SIGNALS-\0000000000¥101TB11/SW111©BULLETIN 1391LOGIC CONTROL BOARDMCB©BTB1P1TOP VIEWOFCONTROLLER1P2if0P3CURRENT FEEDBACKSCALING SWITCHSIOFFSET©IR1OVERTEMPERATURE...

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    Page5-3Inputs,Outputsand Adjustments5.1I Command Output (TB2, Terminal 8)Inputs/OutputsThe voltagepresent between this terminal and SignalCommon(Continued)correspondsto themotor current. A voltage of±3.0V DC (1mAoutmaximum) equals the ratedmotor current asset by switchSI.Enable Input (TB2,Termin...

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    Page5-4Inputs, Outputsand AdjustmentsTERMINAL BLOCK-TB55.1Inputs/Outputs(Continued)Motor Power Terminals (TB5, Terminals 1, 2, 3)Motor power is providedat these terminals.Referto Chapter 6 andAppendixB for connection details.InputPower Terminals (TB5,Terminals 4,5, 6)The controller requiresa 230V...

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    Page5-5Inputs,Outputsand AdjustmentsThis section provides information on settingthe Duty Cycle Selectorswitch (SW1), theCurrent Scaling switch (SI) and plug jumperslocatedonthe Logic Control Board.Note that settingsfor Bulletin 1326APmotors arethesame asBulletin 1326ABmotors.DUTY CYCLE SELECTORSW...

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    Page 5-6Inputs,Outputsand AdjustmentsTable 5.CTypical Scalingfor Bulletin 1326 AC Servomotors5.3Switch and JumperSettings(Continued)S1Switch Setting©Bulletin 1326 ACServomotor®lc (A)1391-AA151391-AA221391-AA451326AB-A1 E2.62131326AB-A2E5.251326AB-A3E7.8851326AB-B1C5.7641326AB-B1E8.2851326AB-B2C...

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    Page5-7Inputs, Outputsand AdjustmentsIMPORTANT: TheBulletin 1391SeriesB issuitablefor usewith 5000RPM Bulletin 1326ACServomotors. However, restrictionsstill applytoSeries A controllers. Consult yourAllen-Bradley Sales representativeforfurther information.5.3Switch and JumperSettings(Continued)Tab...

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    Page 5-8Inputs,Outputsand AdjustmentsTable 5.EP2 Jumper Settings5.3Switch and JumperSettings(Continued)CatalogNumber®P2 JumperSettingCatalogNumber®P2 JumperSetting1326AB-C1COUT1326AB-A1EIN1326AB-A1G1326AB-C1EININ1 326AB-C2COUT1326AB-A2EIN1326AB-C2E1326AB-A2GININ1326AB-C3COUT1326AB-A3EIN1326AB-A...

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    Page5-9Inputs,Outputsand AdjustmentsIMPORTANT: Electronic counterbalance introducesa torque offsetwhich isseen asaconstant current command bythe controller. Thesumof this command and thecurrent limit settingmust not exceed the peakcurrent ratingof the controller. Referto the following asa check.I...

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    Page5-10Inputs, Outputsand Adjustments5.3VelocityCompensationDefeat (P7)Switch and Jumper SettingsP7 isused to defeat the integral portionof the velocityloop compensation(Continued)for torque block operation.This jumperisused in conjunction withjumpersP5,TP18 andTP19. Referto the VelocityError Di...

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    Page5-11Inputs, Outputsand AdjustmentsVelocity Command Range (P10)Jumper P10 isusedto configure the velocity command range.Thesettingof this jumperis dependent onthe positionof the P1 jumper.When P1 is "I N,"the P10 " I N" positionwill configurethe controllerforinputcommandsof...

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    Chapter6Installation6.0Chapter 6 provides the information neededtomount and wiretheBulletin 1391Servo Controller for operation.Sincemost start-updifficultiesare the resultof incorrect wiring,every precautionmust betakento assure that the wiring isdone asinstructed. All itemsmust beread and thorou...

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    Page 6-2InstallationGeneral InformationTheinformation supplied in thismanualon wire sizes, practices, layouts,system configurationsand grounding/shielding techniquesfor theBulletin 1391ServoController are presentedas guidelines.Due to thediversity of applications and systems, no single methodof w...

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    Page6-3InstallationEMI ShieldingThe Bulletin 1391 hasan inverter carrier frequency of 2500 Hz.Therefore, the system mayinduce noise into sensitive equipmentlinesadjacentto it.6.2Wiring Recommendations(Continued)WARNING: This controllercan produce electromagneticradiationthat may causeindustrial o...

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    Page6-4Installation6.3Motor Wiring- Themotor wiring size isdetermined bythe continuousWiringandoverloadcurrent requirements (RMSDuty Cycle),NEC andlocal(Continued)codes.In general,motors operatedfrom the following controllerswouldnot require wire sizes larger than those accepted byTB5, butcodesmu...

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    Page 6-5InstallationFusing (Transformer Primary)-TimedelayfusingsimilartoBussman Fusetron FRS Series or equivalent must be usedif the primarycircuit isfused. Circuitbreakers must provide equivalent operation.Fuse ratingsshown inTable6.C are the highest ratingsallowed ina25° C (77° F) ambient te...

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    Chapter7Start-UpChapter 7 providesthe steps neededto properlystart-up the Bulletin1391AC Servo Controller. Included in the procedure are typicaladjustmentsand voltage checksto assure proper operation.7.0Chapter Objectives7.1The following procedure provides the requiredsteps to start-up theBulleti...

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    Page7-2Start-Up7.1_/VARIABLE(J) COMMANDINPUTStart-UpProcedure(Continued)BULLETINBATTERY1391BOXFPTB2-1TB2-2TB2-9TB2-10TEMPORARY LOCALENABLE SWITCHFigure 7.1-Local Control Connections5. Apply powerto the transformer, butDO NOT enablethecontroller or energizethe line/DBcontactor (M).6.Using a voltme...

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    Page7-3Start-Up7.1CAUTION:Even though the CommandSCALE potentio¬meter isset to zero,theservomotor maybeginto rotate andcause incorrectmachinemovement when the controller isen¬abled. Be preparedto remove controller power by opening(MCB)or thebranch circuitdisconnect device if thisoccurs.Thismove...

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    Page 7-4Start-Up7.112. Open theEnable switch and branch circuitdisconnect.Start-UpProcedure(Continued)13.Remove battery box andconnect a jumperbetween terminals1and2ofTB2. Apply powerand close the Enable switch. Adjustthe VelocityLoopOFFSET potentiometer (Rl)to obtainzerorotationof themotor shaft...

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    Page7-5Start-UpGAIN (R144)CONTROLS AMOUNTOF OVERSHOOT1.COMMANDEDVELOCITY2.3.1.UNDERDAMPED2.CRITICALLYDAMPED3. OVERDAMPEDTIMEFigure 7.2-Velocity ResponseProfiles19. Adjustthe VelocityGAIN potentiometer (R144) and observe thevelocity response (at TB2-7)profile at various levelsof step inputspeed co...

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    Chapter8Operationwith the Bulletin 1326 ACServomotor8.0Chapter 8describes the operationofa standard Bulletin1326 ACChapter ObjectivesServomotor with the Bulletin 1391AC Servo Controller. Generalinformation on the blower motor, integral holding brake and shaft oilseal kit isalso provided.For furth...

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    Page8-2Operationwith the Bulletin 1326 AC Servomotor8.1Rated Speed-the operatingspeedof the controller andmotorIntroductioncombinationat which a minimumof 70%of continuousrated torque (Tc)(Continued)canbe developed. This point isdefined with the motorat25°C andcontroller operating ina60°C ambie...

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    Page8-3Operation with the Bulletin 1326 ACServomotor8.1Table 8.A containsthe Bulletin1326AB performance data.Included isaIntroductionselection list detailingthe performance parameters of selected(Continued)amplifier/motor combinations.Table 8.ABulletin 1391B/1326ABPerformance DataContinuousPeak S...

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    Page 8-4Operation with the Bulletin 1326 ACServomotor8.2Integral Holding Brake&90V DCPower Supply (1326-MOD-BPS)Bulletin 1326AB Motor OptionsThe Bulletin 1326ABservomotor containsan integral holding brake(Continued)when themotor catalog number containsa suffixof -Ax (90V DC input)or-Kx (24VDC...

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    Page8-5Operation withthe Bulletin 1326 ACServomotor8.2Bulletin 1326ABMotor Options(Continued)ENDBELL CASTINGBEARING1SHAFT SEAL(FINAL POSITION)IJFigure 8.4-Shaft Oil SealInstallation8.3Bulletin1326AB brushlessAC servomotors requirelittleor noMotor Maintenancemaintenance.Theconnectors should bemoun...

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    Chapter9Transformers and Shunt RegulatorsChapter 9 provides connection,dimension and enclosure informationforthe Bulletin 1391Isolation Transformer.In addition, shunt regulatorinformation including operationand external resistordimensions areprovided.9.0Chapter Objectives9.1The Bulletin 1391must ...

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    Page9-2Transformers and Shunt RegulatorsBULLETIN 1391-TxxxDTPRIMARYVOLTAGECONNECTLINES ONH1 TOH3TO H8H2 TOH4TOH6H5TOH7TO H9240V ACHI H4H7H2TOH3H5TOH6H8TOH9480V ACHI H4 H7CONNECTTO GO WITH SEPARATE WIRES-JUMPERGOTOG1H1H3H2H4H6H5H7H9H8P1P2GO\Y AVAsVATHERMAL SWITCH FORTRANSFORMERPROTECTION (RATED AT...

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    Page9-3Transformers and Shunt RegulatorsAPPROXIMATEDIMENSIONS ANDWEIGHT-ISOLATION TRANSFORMERIN INCHES (MILLIMETERS) ANDPOUNDS (KILOGRAMS)WeightCDECatalog NumberkVABA13.00(330)13.00(330)5.00(127)5.00(127)3.10(79)3.50 (89)27(12.2)40(18.2)9.00 (228)9.00 (228)10.00 (254)10.00 (254)1391-T015DT1391-T0...

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    Page 9-4Transformers andShunt Regulators9.2Referto section 4.4foran explanation of the shunt regulator circuitry.The nominal datafor the shunt regulator is provided below.Overvoltage Trip PointDC Bus Shunt“ON” PointDC Bus Shunt“OFF” PointNominal DC Bus VoltageDC Bus UndervoltageDetect= 14...

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    Page 9-5Transformers and Shunt RegulatorsTable 9.BNominal Power TripLevelReference Data(Continuous Watts,± 10%)9.2Shunt Regulator Operation(Continued)SW115A22.5AwithInternal12 Ohm Resistor22.5Awith External9Ohm Resistor45ASwitchSettingwith Internal16 Ohm Resistorwith External5Ohm Resistor0677398...

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    Page9-6Transformers and Shunt Regulators9.3EXTERNAL SHUNTRESISTORSThe Bulletin 1391 is designedto allow theuse of an external shuntresistoronthe 22.5and45A units. To usean external shunt resistorwiththe 22.5A units,the usermust reconfigure the controllerat terminalblockTB5.The followingsteps prov...

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    Page9-7Transformers and Shunt RegulatorsSHUNT FUSINGShunt regulator fusing is providedwith all ofthe Bulletin 1391controllers. Thefuse isin serieswith the resistorand used to protect theresistor againstshort circuits.The shuntfuse islocated on top of thecontroller near the circuitbreakerfor 15and...

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    Chapter10Troubleshooting10.0Chapter 10 provides information to guide theuser in troubleshooting theBulletin 1391.Included in the chapterareLED descriptions and faultdiagnosis, generalsystem troubleshooting andtest pointdescriptions.Chapter Objectives10.1Most controller faultsare annunciated by th...

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    Page10-2TroubleshootingTable 10.A (Continued)LED Descriptions and Fault DiagnosisLEO DescriptionCondition /Potential CauseLEDIf the logic supply risesor drops10%from itsnominal value,afaultoccurs and the LED isilluminated.CONTROL POWER(RED)CONTROL POWERLED is illuminated1.The inputline voltage is...

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    Page10-3TroubleshootingTable 10.A (Continued)LED Descriptions and Fault DiagnosisCondition /Potential CauseLED DescriptionLEDENABLELED is Illuminated, but Controller does notEnable1. Acontroller malfunction hasoccurred but is notannunciated by the LEDindicators.Check the statusof the Drive OK out...

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    Page10-4TroubleshootingTable 10.CGeneral Servomotor TroubleshootingConditionPossible CauseNo Rotation1.The motor connectionsare looseor open.2.Foreign matter is lodged in the motor.3.Themotor load is excessive.4.The bearingsareworn.5.The brake is set (when equipped).Overheating1.Therotor is parti...

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    Page 10-5TroubleshootingTERMINAL BLOCK TB1- RESOLVER SIGNALS-0000000000TP1110TB1TP2BULLETIN 1391LOGIC CONTROLBOARDSPITP3TP4TPSTP5ISP2TP7TP8f1TP9P3TP10TP12TP13TP30TPMTP11TP15TP29nTP16CURRENTFEEDBACKSCALING SWITCHS10OFFSETR1DS1OVERTEMPERATURE (R)POWER FAULT (R)CONTROLPOWER (R)OVERVOLTAGE (R)UNDERVO...

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    Page10-6TroubleshootingGROUND STUD1TB5110SW1a*TB41122F3©F1MCBF2TB1110©F3 PROVIDED ON 15 AND 22.5A UNITSONLY.15AKLM-1022.5A FNQ6 1/4SERI ESB ONLYFigure 10.2-Bulletin1391 TopPanel

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    AppendixAControllerDimensions6.00Dimensionsare in Inches and (mm)(152.4)5.20(132.1)SEEDETAIL A3.70„(93.9)Vldo*aALLEN-BRADLEY19.00(482.6)18.40(467.4)17.50(444.5)AC SERVO CONTROLLER4j\JLASEEDETAIL BH4.509.100.67(17.0)A(114.3)(228.6)6.200.85 (21.6)10.64(270.2)(157.5)DETAIL ADETAILB0.312 (7.9) DIA0...

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    AppendixBInterconnect DrawingsAppendixB provides typical interconnection diagrams thatillustrate thewiringbetweenthe Bulletin 1391and various other Allen-Bradleypositioncontrol products.Due to thenumerous electrical circuit designspossible, these diagramsare providedfor reference only.The diagram...

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    Page B-2Bulletin 1391 Interconnect DrawingsmTB4STARTYPICALGROUNDWASHERLUGNUTCHASSISWALLCONTROLLERGROUNDSTUDDSl( ![R)DRIVE OVERTEMPITB4RINGTYPELUGSONLYTB4DS2POWER FAULT"M” CONTACT RATINGSFIJ-M—Din—5A. I25VBUSSMDX5TB4DCII RatingsACII RatingsI9TB4LOGICSUPPLY(35.5VCT)leleUeUeDS3( 3[RJC0NTR...

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    *INDICATES COMPONENTS LOCATED IN 1391 CONTROLLERTT TTYPICALCONTROL CIRCUIT115V ACBRANCH CIRCUITDISCONNECT 0EVICTASTOP(CONTINGENCY)CRSTARTCAUTION: THESE LINESARE PHASESENSITIVE.FAILURE TOCONNECT THESELINES CORRECTLY AT BOTHTHE TRANS¬FORMER ANDCONTROLLER WILLRESULTINDAMAGE TOTHE CONTROLLER.LSTB4-1...

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    Page B-4Bulletin 1391Interconnect DrawingsTYPICAL IMC120 INTERCONNECT DIAGRAMBULLETIN 1391SERVOCONTROLLER115V ACV V*TERMINATIONPANELBULLETIN 1326 ACSERVOMOTOR<§>iESTOPK1<©<0mTHERMALSWITCHf-oÿO—ICK2 <©0115V ACTB4012B10©<BRAKE(WHEN SUPPLIED)0+ 24VB2©<ÿn0LINKTB4STOPRESE...

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    PageB-5Bulletin 1391 Interconnect DrawingsTYPICAL IMC123INTERCONNECT DIAGRAMBULLETIN 1391SERVO CONTROLLER115V ACTERMINATIONPANELVVBULLETIN 1326 ACSERVOMOTOR@DRIVEENABLE1%K1<©40THERMALSWITCH54-o-ÿ'e—JK2 <©M0115V ACTB40T12C=JB10©<IBRAKE(WHEN SUPPLIED)B25BK©<ÿESTOPTB4STOPRESET13C...

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    Page B-6Bulletin 1391 Interconnect DrawingsTYPICAL8400 SERIES CNCINTERCONNECT DIAGRAMBULLETIN 8400©IiISOLATEDINPUTBOARDBULLETIN1391SERVOCONTROLLER115V ACv VBULLETIN1326 ACSERVOMOTOR025%REMOTE(CONTINGENCY)STOP026S1I1iI-Q|O-K1TB4<©4mTHERMALSWITCH-O 1O-K2<®TB-P/S5115V ACTB4B1©<0COMMON8B...

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    PageB-7Bulletin 1391Interconnect DrawingsTYPICAL8600 SERIES CNCINTERCONNECT DIAGRAMBULLETIN 1391SERVO CONTROLLERBULLETIN 8600115V AC©©V VBULLETIN1326 ACSERVOMOTOR<3hIICUSTOMERCONNECTIONTB4K1<®<THERMALSWITCH4-OTJ-O—IK2<©115V AC01TB4HI12°Vn02B1®<CRBRAKE(WHEN SUPPLIED)03B2REMO...

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    Page B-8Bulletin 1391Interconnect DrawingsCREONICS MAX& MAX4/C0NTROL INTERCONNECT DIAGRAMBULLETIN 1391SERVO CONTROLLER115V ACV VCREONICSMAX &MAX4/CONTROL©<2hBULLETIN 1326 ACSERVOMOTORTRANSFORMERTHERMAL SWITCHX-AXISSTAND ALONEBACKPLANE1TB4K1<®<mTHERMALSWITCHK2<©115V ACTB4B1M...

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    AppendixcCable Information1391CONNECTORCONNECTION/CABLEWIRE COLOR(1IP° <\ooV°;WIRENUMBERCABLE CLAMPWITHBOOTCONNECTOR PINNUMBER1326-CFUxx COMMUTATION (RESOLVER) CABLE(forSeries A,B&C Motors)Connector Pin1391TerminalNumberWire ColorWire Gauge#Black#20ATB1-10White#20BTB1-9Shield •Drain#20...

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    Page C-2CableInformation1326-CPCxx POWER CABLEConnectorWire NumberWire ColorPin NumberWire Gauge1391TerminalNumberBlack1D#8TB5-1Black2E#8TB5-2Black3F#8TB5-3Drain Wire4A#12Power GroundBlack5#12Power GroundB6BlackThermal SwitchG#16Black7Brake PowerH#16Black8I#16Brake PowerBlack9Thermal SwitchC#16My...

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