8510 Wiring Guide Objectives This guide provides the information needed to properly wire the 8510 AC Drive System. Included in the guide are general wiring recommendations and detailed wiring procedures for power and signal wiring . General Wiring Information Since most start-up difficulties are the result of incorrect wiring, every precaution must be taken to assure that the wiring is done as instructed. All items must be read and thoroughly understood before the actual wiring begins. ATTENTION: The following information is a general guide for proper installation. The National Electrical Code and any governing regional or local codes will overrule this information. The Allen-Bradley Company cannot assume responsibility for the compliance or the noncompliance to any code, national, local or otherwise for the proper installation of this system or associated equipment. A hazard of personal injury and/or equipment damage exists if codes are ignored during installation. The information supplied in this manual on wire sizes, practices, layouts, system configurations and grounding/shielding techniques for the 8510 AC Drive System are presented as guidelines. Due to the diversity of applications and systems, no single method of wiring is completely applicable. Important: This information represents common system wiring configurations, size and practices that have proven satisfactory in a majority of applications. The National Electrical Code, local electrical codes, special operating temperatures, duty cycles or system configurations will take precedence over the values and methods listed . Important: For proper interconnection, it is recommended that Allen-Bradley Termination Panels, Cable Assemblies and/or connectors be used. Wire Sizes Unless noted, the wire sizes in this manual are recommended minimums and assume type MTW wire (machine tool wire, 75 deg C, minimum) per NFPA 79. In all cases, the user is responsible for selecting the appropriate wire type to comply with all applicable national and local codes and to satisfy the needs of the particular application and environmental conditions. Since ambient conditions vary widely, on certain applications, a derating factor has to be taken into account. Also, wiring to systems or motors exceeding 15 meters (50 feet) in length (total includes to and from device) may cause excessive voltage drops. Consult the National Electrical Code or appropriate national or local code for factors on ambient conditions, length etc . Shielding Reasonable care must be taken when connecting and routing power and signal wiring on a machine or system. Radiated noise from nearby relays (relay coils should have surge suppressors), transformers, other electronic drives, etc. may be induced into the signal lines causing undesired movement of the motor. All signal wiring must use shielded cables. All power wiring must be installed in a metal conduit or wireway. Power leads are defined here as the transformer primary and secondary leads, motor leads and any 115V AC or above control wiring for relays, fans, thermal protectors etc. Signal wiring is defined as velocity command, feedback, enable lines and low level logic signal lines. Feedback, command signal and other shields must be insulated from each other and terminated as specified in this guide. This helps to minimize radiated and induced noise problems and ground loops. Refer to the paragraph entitled Grounding. Open ended shields must be insulated so that they do not accidentally cause ground loops. All analog signals to and from the drive use twisted, shielded pairs. The typical installation practice is to terminate the shield at the signal source end. While this usually gives good results, there may be systems that require other shield grounding schemes for best results. If noise is a problem with the typical shield grounding methods, try terminating the shields at the load end or at both ends and evaluate the results. There is no single solution that is best for all situations . Grounding All equipment and components of a machine or process system shall have their chassis connected to a common earth ground point. This ground system provides a low impedance path that helps minimize shock hazards to personnel and damage to equipment caused by short circuits, transient overvoltages and accidental connection of energized conductors to the equipment chassis. Grounding requirements, conventions and definitions are contained in the National Electrical Code or appropriate national codes. Local codes will usually dictate what particular rules and regulations are to be followed concerning system safety grounds . Wiring Clearance and Routing Although the minimum clearance should be maintained for proper cooling, this space may not always provide proper wiring clearance. The minimum allowable wire bending radius may necessitate that extra space be provided to accommodate power wiring. Consult the National Electrical Code or the appropriate national or local code for the proper wiring method . Signal Wiring The 8510 inputs and outputs are all rated for +24V DC. The +24V DC voltage source must be supplied by the user. Each input that is used requires about 10mA of input current and all outputs are physical contact closures. All signal connections are made through MR series Honda connectors. The mating connectors required for signal interfaces are as follows: Function Standard I/O ( 1 ) Motor Resolver Feedback (1 ) Digital Position/Speed Input (2 ) Spindle Orient Feedback (2 ) Dual Winding Motor Control (2 ) Number CN9 CN3 CN10 CN2 CN1 Honda Type MR-50LF MR-20LF MR-20LF MR-20LF MR-20LF Three termination options are available for each of the connectors . 1.) A mating connector kit that requires the user to supply the cable and terminate directly to the Honda connector. This is a solder type connector. A crimp connector, the MRP series, is available from the manufacturer . 2.) A termination panel that provides a prefabricated 1.5 m (5 ft.) cable from the drive connector to a DIN rail mounted terminal block interface module. User wiring is to the terminal block. 3.) A cable assembly in varying lengths with the Honda connector wired to one end. The other end is loose cable leads for user termination as required. Honda Connector Wiring and Assembly Refer to the following information and the instruction sheet provided with the connector kit for assembly procedure . 1.) Disassemble the connector by removing the 2 short screws and nuts (see Figure 1.1). Since the connector contains a number of small pieces, care should be taken during disassembly . 2.) Prepare cable and wire ends. Using a rosin core solder, carefully solder wires to connector using the cable information provided in this guide. 3.) Install cable clamp around cable(s). To allow positioning, do not tighten clamp completely . 4.) Place connector into housing and slide cable clamp to position shown in Figure.1. 1 Tighten cable clamp. 5.) Install the 2 long screws and washers through the holes in the connector . Position screws and washers as shown in Figure .11. 6.) Place clips into housing and secure remaining housing piece over assembly using the 2 short screws and nuts previously removed . The maximum wire size that the terminals in the Honda connector can accept is 24 AWG (0.28 mm2 ). For each connector, the cable type recommended in this guide, or an equivalent, must be used to assure proper system operation. If larger wire sizes are preferred, the optional Termination Panels will allow use of up to 16 AWG (1 mm2 ) wire. If larger cable sizes are used, the cable configuration and shielding must conform to that specified for the standard cable. All shields must be terminated in accordance with the following wiring diagrams. If one end of a shield is to be left open, take care to insulate and properly isolate the open end of shield to avoid shorting it to ground. Motor and Drive Power Wiring In accordance with NEC, the power wiring size should be based on the 30 minute overload rating of the applicable motor. The user must determine if national or local codes specify other requirements. All power wiring should be terminated to the bolt or screw terminals on the drive and motor using ring type terminal lugs . ATTENTION: To guard against the hazard of personal injury or damage to equipment, the interconnections to the motor and feedback device must be made as explained in this guide. Failure to do so could cause loss of motor control and/or severe oscillation of the motor shaft. The size of the power terminal connections on the drive for incoming AC line power and motor power terminations is shown below . Table 1.A Power Terminal Sizes Drive Catalog Number 8510A-A04-x1 8510A-A06-x1 8510A-A11-x2 8510A-A22-x2 Bolt/Screw Size M4 M4 M6 M8 Maximum Lug Width 10.8 mm (0.425 in.) 10.8 mm (0.425 in.) 17.0 mm (0.668 in.) 17.0 mm (0.668 in.) The size of the power terminal connections in the motor terminal box for motor power is shown in Table.B.1 Table 1.B Motor Terminal Sizes Motor Catalog Number 1327AC-AFM-02-F 1327AC-AFM-04-x 1327AC-AFM-06-x 1327AC-AFL-08-x 1327AC-AFL-11-x 1327AB-AFL-15-x 1327AB-AFL-19-x 1327AB-AFL-22-x 1327AD-ABL-04-x 1327AD-ABL-06-x 1327AD-ABL-08-E 1327AD-ACL-08-F 1327AD-MK-11-x 1327AD-MK-15-x 1327AD-MK-19-x Bolt/Screw Size M5 M5 M5 M6 M6 M8 M8 M8 M8 M8 M8 M8 M8 M10 M10 Maximum Lug Width 13 mm 13 mm 13 mm 17 mm 17 mm 24 mm 24 mm 24 mm 23 mm 23 mm 23 mm 23 mm 23 mm 29 mm 29 mm To minimize radiated PWM noise, the individual motor phase wires must be part of a single multi-conductor cable or run very close together. The motor cables should be contained in grounded metal conduit or raceways . Power Transformers The allowable AC input voltage range is 200 to 230VAC, ±10% at 60 Hz and 200 to 220V AC, ±10% at 50 Hz. In larger plants with high capacity power systems, it is not uncommon to encounter exceptionally high AC line voltage that will exceed the +10% specification during part of the day. In these cases the nominal secondary voltage of the transformer should be set for 5-10% less than the maximum allowable nominal input voltage of the drive. This will help avoid drive damage caused by the high AC line voltage. Transformers supplied by Allen-Bradley are wound with 220V AC secondaries. Either autotransformers or isolation transformers can be used. When using isolation transformers, a “Y” secondary with the neutral grounded is recommended. Power transformer kVA requirements depend on the power rating of the motor being used . Table 1.C defines the transformer requirements. Table 1.C Transformer Requirements Motor Rating (Cont/30 Min. kW) 2.2/3.7 3.7/5.5 5.5/7.5 7.5/11 11/15 15/18.5 18.5/22 22/30 Transformer Rating (kVA) 6 9 12 17 22 26 32 40 Power Grounding The wire size used for power grounds must be at least as large as the wire gauge of the power conductors or as defined by local codes. Other Devices and Noise Suppression Inductive devices (e.g. solenoids, motor starters and relays) must be equipped with suppression devices that will not allow a dv/dt of greater than 200 V/µsec. Devices that produce a strong magnetic field (e.g. chokes, transformers and reactors) must not be mounted closer than 254 mm (10 in.) to the drive. The associated wiring to any of these devices must be physically separated from any low level signal wiring to minimize induced voltages . Power Wiring AC Input Power To the 8510 Drive AC line input terminals are located at the bottom of the drive. Input current requirements and wire size are dependent on the motor kW rating and the AC line voltage. The following table defines the drive AC line input current requirements at a nominal 220V AC line voltage and at the low line voltage limit of 180V AC. Wire sizes are selected per NFPA-79 and IEC-204 for wires in a cable or raceway and are based on 75o C wire (70o C for IEC-204). Table 1.D AC line Input Current Requirements Motor Power (Cont./30Min. kW) 2.2/3.7 3.7/5.5 5.5 /7.5 7.5/11 11 /15 15/18.5 18.5/22 22/30 30 Minute Current Rating at 220V AC at 180V AC 15A 18A 22A 27A 30A 37A 42A 51A 55A 67A 65A 79A 78A 95A 100A 122A Wire Size 1, 2 (AWG/mm2) 12/2.5 10/4.0 8/6.0 8/l0.0 6/16.0 4/25.0 3/25.0 2/35.0 1 AWG wire sizes are based on 220V AC, -10%, with 75° C wire. The mm2 wire sizes are based on 70° C wire. For other input voltages, select wire size according to local electrical codes . 2 If 90° C wire is used, the wire sizes can be reduced about one wire size. Refer to the NEC for proper wire sizing for higher temperature wire. The 8510 does not include incoming AC line overcurrent protection. Either current limiting fuses or a high speed circuit breaker must be installed between the drive and the AC power source. Optional fuse kits that include properly sized high speed, current limiting fuses and the appropriate fuse block are available . The components supplied in the fuse kits are defined in Table.E. 1 Table 1.E Recommended AC Line Fuses Fuse Kit Catalog Number for use with Drive Model 8510SA-FA04 8510SA-FA06 8510SA-FAll 8510SA-FA22 8510A-A04-x1 8510A-A06-xl 8510A-All-x2 8510A-A22-x2 Fuse Type (Qty. 3) Gould Bussmann Shawmut JKS40 A4J40 JKS60 A4J60 JKSl00 A4Jl00 JKSl75 A4Jl75 Fuse Holder Bussmann J60060-3CR J60060-3CR J60100-3CR J60200-lCR (Qty. 3) Gould Shawmut 60608J 60608J 61008J 62003J The recommended AC input power connection is shown in Figure 1.2. If an autotransformer or isolation transformer is used, follow the connection diagram supplied with the transformer to determine proper wiring to the drive . Power From 8510 Drive To The 1327A Series Motor The motor power output terminals are located at the bottom of the drive. Motor current requirements and wire size are dependent on the specific motor type. Table 1.F defines the drive output current requirements when used with the various motor catalog numbers. Wire sizes are selected per NFPA-79 and IEC-204 for wires in a cable or raceway and are based on 75° C wire (70° C for IEC-204) . The motor fan should be wired to the motor fan power terminals on the bottom of the drive. The terminals in both the drive and motor use M4 screws. The motor fan current ranges from 0.3A in the smallest motor to 1.2A in the largest motor. The power output terminals are fused in the drive with 5A fuses. A #20 AWG/0.50 mm2 wire is adequate for the motor fan wiring. Table 1.F Motor Current Requirements Motor Catalog Number 1327AC-AFM-02-F 1327AC-AFM-04-x 1327AC-AFM-06-x 1327AC-AFL-08-x 1327AC-AFL-11-x 1327AB-AFL-15-x 1327AB-AFL-19-x 1327AB-AFL-22-x 1327AD-ABL-04-x 1327AD-ABL-06-x 1327AD-ABL-08-E 1327AD-ACL-08-F 1327AD-MK-11-x 1327AD-MK-15-x 1327AD-MK-19-x Power Rating (Cont./30 Minute kW) 2.2/3.7 3.7/5.5 5.5/7.5 7.5/11 11/15 15/18.5 18.5/22 22/30 3.7/5.5 5.5/7.5 7.5/11 7.5/11 11/15 15/19 19/22 Current Rating (Cont./30 Minute A) 20/27 27/33 36/43 45/59 73/91 97/112 120/135 122/153 25/34 37/45 50/68 52/68 65/87 83/102 95/110 Wire Size 1, 2 (AWG/mm2 ) 10/4.0 8/6.0 8/10.0 6/16.0 3/25.0 2 at 4 / 2 at 16.0 3 2 at 3 / 2 at 16.0 3 2 at 3 / 2 at 25.0 3 8/6.0 8/10.0 6/16.0 6/16.0 4/25.0 2 at 6 / 2 at l6.0 3 2 at 4 / 2 at 16.0 3 1 AWG wire sizes are based on 75° C wire. The mm2 wire sizes are based on 70° C wire. Both ratings are based on 30° C ambient. 2 If 900 C wire is used, the wire sizes can be reduced about one wire size. Refer to the NEC for proper wire sizing for higher temperature wire. 3 Due to terminal block size limitations on the drive, run two conductors per phase of the size indicated . See Figure 1.3 for the configuration of a typical terminal box on a standard 1327AB series motor. The power interconnect wiring between the drive and a standard 1327AB series motor is shown in the following diagram . If a 1327AD series dual winding motor is being used, two additional power contactors must be mounted and wired to the drive. See Figure 1.5 for the configuration of a typical terminal box on a dual winding type 1327AD series motor. The externally mounted contactors used with the 1327AD series motors must be wired according to Figure.6.1 Signal Wiring I/O Interface Wiring All standard discrete digital control signals and analog inputs and outputs are connected to the drive through the 50 pin CN9 connector. This interface is required for all 8510 systems. Since both digital and analog signals are passed through the same connector, it is recommended that two separate cables be run into the connector to achieve the proper shielding and grounding. The recommended cables are: Discrete Digital Signals - Furukawa #0AW(C)SB-18P (18 twisted pairs, #28 AWG) Analog Signals - Belden # 8164 (4 twisted, shielded pairs, #24 AWG) As previously described, three termination options are available for this connector: l.) a mating connector kit, 2.) a termination panel, and 3.) an interface cable assembly. Table 1.G shows the I/O function assignment for each of these termination options. Figure 1.7 shows a typical interface to an Allen-Bradley 9/Series CNC for a basic spindle application. Additional I/O connections will be required to access more of the 8510 drive features . Table 1.G Standard I/O Interface Wiring Information Signal Description Digital Inputs Coast to Stop Drive Enable Drive Reset Digital Ground Forward Run Reverse Run Low Torque Limit Select Digital Ground Accel/Decel Rate Select Spindle/Servo Mode Select Servo Input Scaling - Low/High Digital Ground Orient Command Gear Ratio Active #1 Gear Ratio Active #2 Motor Winding Select - High/Low Digital Ground Digital Outputs Current Motor Winding Selected Current Motor Winding Selected Return Drive Ready Drive Ready Return Hard Fault Hard Fault Return Soft Fault Soft Fault Return Zero Speed Indicator Zero Speed Indicator Return At Speed Indicator At Speed Indicator Return Speed Level Indicator Speed Level Indicator Return Load Level Indicator Load Level Indicator Return In-Position In-Position Return Analog Inputs Analog Input #1 Analog input #1 Return Shield 1 Analog Input #2 Analog Input #2 Return Shield 1 Analog Outputs Analog Output #1 Analog Output #1 Return Shield Analog Output #2 Analog Output #2 Return Shield Honda Connector Termination Panel Pin Number Terminal Number Cable Assem. Wire Color and (Pair #) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Black ( 1 ) Pink ( 1 ) Brown ( 2 ) Pink ( 2 ) Red ( 3 ) Pink( 3 ) Orange ( 4 ) Pink ( 4 ) Yellow ( 5 ) Pink ( 5 ) Green ( 6 ) Pink ( 6 ) Blue ( 7 ) Pink ( 7 ) Black ( 8 ) White ( 8 ) Brown ( 9 ) 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Red ( 10 ) White ( 10 ) Orange ( 11 ) White ( 11 ) Yellow ( 12 ) White ( 12 ) Green ( 13 ) White ( 13 ) Blue ( 14 ) White ( 14 ) Violet ( 15 ) White ( 15 ) Gray ( 16 ) White ( 16 ) Pink ( 17 ) White ( 17 ) Black ( 18 ) Gray ( 18 ) 36 37 38 39 40 41 36 37 38 39 40 41 Red ( 1 ) Black( 1 ) Drain ( 1 ) White ( 2 ) Black ( 2 ) Drain ( 2 ) 42 42 44 45 46 47 42 42 44 45 46 47 Green ( 3 ) Black ( 3 ) Drain ( 3 ) Blue ( 4 ) Black ( 4 ) Braid ( 4 ) 1 - Shields should be terminated only at the signal source end . Resolver Feedback Wiring The motor resolver feedback signals and the motor thermal switch are connected to the drive through the 20 pin CN3 connector. This interface is required for all 8510 systems. The feedback cable can be routed through the same conduit used for motor power leads, but it is essential that a properly shielded cable is used. The cable must have four twisted shielded pairs with an overall shield. The recommended cable type is: Belden # 8164 (4 twisted, shielded pairs, #24 AWG) The cable is terminated inside the motor terminal box to a connector (see Figure 1.3 or Figure 1.5). On 1327AB Series A and 1327AD Series A motors, an AMP Commercial MATE-N-LOK connector is used. On 1327AB Series B, 1327AC Series A, and 1327AD Series B motors, an AMP Dynamic Series connector is used. Different sizes of the AMP Commercial MATE-N-LOK connector are used on the 1327AB and 1327AD series motors. The connector component part numbers and the Allen-Bradley connector kit catalog numbers are: For 1327AB Series A Motors Connector Housing - AMP # 1-480438-0 (16 pin housing) Pins (12 required) - AMP # 60617-6 (24 - 18 AWG, phosphor bronze with gold) Connector Kit Catalog Number - 8510SA-CABC For 1327AD Series A Motors Connector Housing - AMP # 1-480285-0 (10 pin housing) Pins (9 required) - AMP # 60617-6 (24 - 18 AWG, phosphor bronze with gold) Connector Kit Catalog Number- 8510SA-CADC These connectors use crimp type pins. AMP crimp tool #90123-2 is recommended to properly crimp these pins to the wire. As an alternative, any similar sized hand crimp tool or pliers can be used for the basic mechanical connection. The lead must then be soldered to complete the electrical connection. With the AMP Dynamic Series connector, the same connector is used on all motors. However, the mating connectors are available for either crimp or solder type wire termination. The component connector part numbers and the Allen-Bradley connector kit catalog numbers are: Crimp Type For 1327AB Series B1327AC Series A. and 1327AD Series B Motors Connector Housing - AMP # 178289-5 (10 pin housing) Pins (9 required) - AMP # 1-175217-2 (24 - 20 AWG, high force, gold plated) Connector Kit Catalog Number - 8510SA-CMRC Solder Type For 1327AB Series B . 1327AC Series A. and 1327AD Series B Motors Connector Housing - AMP # 178289-5 (10 pin housing) Pins (9 required) - AMP # 1-175218-2 (20 - 16 AWG, high force, gold plated, with preformed ferrule) Connector Kit Catalog Number - 8510SA-CMRS For the crimp type connectors, AMP crimp tool # 90683-1 or # 91459-2 is required to properly crimp the pins to the wire . A pin extraction tool (AMP # 914677-1 ) is required to remove a pin from the housing. Both items are available from Allen-Bradley as part of the 8510SA-CTA crimp tool kit. As previously described, three termination options are available for the CN3 connector: 1.) a mating connector kit, 2.) a termination panel, and 3.) an interface cable assembly. The following table shows the I/O function assignment for each of these termination options . Table 1.H Resolver Connector/Cable information Signal Description Stator - S1 Stator - S3 Pair Shield Stator - S2 Stator - S4 Pair Shield Rotor - R1 Rotor - R2 Pair Shield Thermal Switch Thermal Switch Overall Shield Honda Connector Pin Number 14 8 1 15 9 2 17 11 3 20 13 4 Termination Panel Terminal Number 14 8 1 15 9 2 17 11 3 20 13 4 Cable Assembly Wire Color and (Pair #) Red ( 1 ) Black ( l ) Shield ( 1 ) White ( 2 ) Black ( 2 ) Shield ( 2 ) Green ( 3 ) Black ( 3 ) Shield ( 3 ) Blue ( 4 ) Black ( 4 ) Braid Shield See Figure 1.8 for typical resolver interconnect wiring. Connector Pin Number for Connector Pin Connector Pin 1327AB Series B, Number for Number for 1327AC Series A, 1327AB Series A 1327AD Series A 1327AD Series B 1 1 B1 3 2 A1 2 Cut Cut 5 3 B2 7 4 A2 6 Cut Cut 9 5 B3 11 6 A3 10 Cut Cut 15 9 B5 16 10 A5 12 7 B4 Orient Feedback Wiring In most systems, the spindle orient function can be performed in either the CNC or the spindle drive. If the position control for spindle orient is provided by the drive, the spindle position feedback must be connected to the 8510 through the 20 pin CN2 connector. The 8510 drive can use either a conventional optical encoder or the high resolution magnetic feedback to provide spindle position feedback. The feedback device must be mechanically coupled l:1 to the spindle shaft being positioned. If an optical encoder is used, it must provide an A, B, and Z channel output, have a single ended push-pull type output, and use a +12V DC input voltage. The recommended Allen-Bradley encoder is the 845T series with a type 3 electrical option and a type 3 signal option. The 845T encoder provides an MS style connector for the interface . The high resolution magnetic feedback, from 225,000 to 500,000 counts/turn, consists of a precision gear that must be mounted to the spindle shaft and a sensor head that mounts to the headstock adjacent to the gear. Refer to the instructions provided with the feedback sensor for installation details. The sensor has an integral 2 meter (6 ft.) cable. An interconnection box with terminal strips or connectors must be mounted in a convenient location to complete the wiring to the drive. Assure that continuity of all cable shields is maintained through this box. Both feedback types are connected to the drive through the CN2 connector, with a unique set of pins for each feedback device . The required interface cable type is the same for either device . The recommended cable type is: Madison # 08CFJ00004 (4 twisted pairs with shield, # 24 AWG) Three termination options are available for the CN2 connector: l.) a mating connector kit, 2.) a termination panel, and 3.) an interface cable assembly. There are unique versions of the 2nd and 3rd option for optical encoder feedback and high resolution magnetic feedback. The following table shows the function assignment for each of these termination options for the optical encoder interface. Actual connections to the encoder depend on the specific encoder chosen and connector type chosen for the encoder . Table 1.1 Optical Encoder Cable Information Signal Description Channel A Output Ground Channel B Output Ground Channel Z Output Ground +12V DC Power Source Ground Cable Shield Honda Connector Pin Number 16 10 15 9 14 8 5 4 1 Termination Panel Terminal Number 16 10 15 9 14 8 5 4 1 Cable Assem. Wire Color and (Pair #) Black ( 1 ) White ( 1 ) Red ( 2 ) Green ( 2 ) Brown ( 3 ) Blue ( 3 ) Orange ( 4 ) Yellow ( 4 ) Cable Shield Table 1.J shows the function assignments for the high resolution magnetic feedback and the comparable wire color on the magnetic analog sensor cable. Table 1.J High Resolution Magnetic Feedback Cable Information Signal Description Channel A Output Ground Channel B Output Ground Channel Z Output Ground +12V DC Power Source Ground Cable Shield Honda Connector Pin Number 19 13 18 12 17 11 5 3 1 Termination Panel Terminal Number 19 13 18 12 17 11 5 3 1 Cable Assem. Wire Color and (Pair #) Black ( 1 ) White ( 1 ) Red ( 2 ) Green ( 2 ) Brown ( 3 ) Blue ( 3 ) Orange ( 4 ) Yellow ( 4 ) Cable Shield Magnetic Sensor Wire Color Blue Blue/Black Green Green/Black Yellow Yellow/Black Red Black Shield Figure 1.9 shows the basic wiring for each of these feedback devices . Dual Winding Motor Contactor Control Wiring When a dual winding 1327AD series motor is used with the 8510, the user must supply two power contactors that will be used to switch the motor between the A and Y winding configurations. In addition, a 24V DC power source must be supplied to operate the contactors. The drive will control the operation of these contactors through the 20 pin CNl connector. The interface cable for this function requires four twisted pairs. The recommended cable is: Madison #08CFJ00004 (4 twisted pairs with shield, # 24 AWG) Three termination options are available for the CNI connector: l.) a mating connector kit, 2.) a termination panel, and 3.) an interface cable assembly. The following table shows the I/O function assignment for each of these termination options . Table 1.K Dual Winding Contactor Control Cable Information Signal Description Motor Winding Select Command - High Speed Return for High Speed Select Command Motor Winding Select Command - Low Speed Return for Low Speed Select Command Motor Winding Selected Confirm - High Speed Return for High Speed Winding Confirm Motor Winding Selected Confirm - Low Speed Return for Low Speed Winding Confirm Shield Honda Connector Termination Panel Cable Assem. Wire Pin Number Terminal Number Color and (Pair #) 2 2 Black ( 1 ) 3 3 White ( 1 ) 4 4 Red ( 2 ) 5 5 Green ( 2 ) 11 11 Brown ( 3 ) 18 18 Blue ( 3 ) 10 10 Orange ( 4 ) 17 17 Yellow ( 4 ) 8 8 Shield Figure 1.10 shows the signal interconnect wiring for the dual winding motor control contactors . Digital Position/Speed Command Wiring When the 8510 is ordered with the "-Bx" or "-Dx" I/O option, a 16 bit parallel digital command input can be applied through connector CN10. This command can be used for either a digital speed command or orient position command. The interface cable for this function requires 10 twisted pairs with an overall shield . The recommended cable is: Madison #20CFK00001 (10 twisted pairs w/shield, 24 AWG) Three termination options are available for the CN10 connector: l.) a mating connector kit, 2.) a termination panel, and 3.) an interface cable assembly. Table 1.L shows the I/O function assignment for each of these termination options . Table 1.L Digital Speed/Position Wiring Signal Description Input 1 - Bit 0 Input 2 - Bit 1 Input 3 - Bit 2 Input 4 - Bit 3 Signal Common Input 5 - Bit 4 Input 6 - Bit 5 Input 7 - Bit 6 Input 8 - Bit 7 Signal Common Input 9 - Bit 8 Input 10 - Bit 9 Input 11 - Bit 10 Input 12- Bit 11 Signal Common Input 13 - Bit 12 Input 14 - Bit 13 Input 15 - Bit 14 Input 16 - Bit 15 Signal Common/Shield Honda Connector Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Termination Panel Terminal Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Cable Assem. Wire Color and (Pair #) Black ( 1 ) Red ( 1 ) Black ( 2 ) White ( 2 ) Black ( 3 ) Green ( 3 ) Black ( 4 ) Blue ( 4 ) Black ( 5 ) Yellow ( 5 ) Black ( 6 ) Brown ( 6 ) Black ( 7 ) Orange ( 7 ) Red ( 8 ) White ( 8 ) Red ( 9 ) Green ( 9 ) Red ( 10 ) Blue ( 10 )/Shield These inputs can be driven by PLC or CNC digital outputs or from thumbwheel or selector switches .