Last updated: 12/07/2018

Chip Conveyor - Motor - Replacement


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Applies to machines built from: July, 1998

Introduction

This procedure tells you how to install and wire a replacement motor for a conveyor. When you receive the replacement motor, the cable for the motor will have one of these circumstances:

  • The cable may match your existing electrical cable. In this circumstance, no modification is necessary.
  • The cable may not match your existing electrical cable. In this circumstance, you have (2) options:
    • You can bypass the extension cable on the machine and connect the new motor cable directly to the I/O PCB.
    • You can take the cable off of the old motor and install it onto the new one. This procedure shows you how to make that modification.

Use P/N 93-1224B for vertical mills and lathes. Use P/N 93-2381 for horizontal mills.

Motor Replacement

1

Remove the cable clamps [1].

Remove the used motor.

Press the CHIPC MOTOR 1/8HP 235V 50/60HZ [A] onto the conveyor shaft. Align the slot in the motor shaft with the key [2] on the conveyor shaft.

Attach the motor to the conveyor head.

Install the cable clamps [1].

Connect the electrical cable.

2

Do this step if you must modify the cable that came with the motor.

Cable Wire Connect to:  
Blue Capacitor/motor black  
Red Capacitor/motor brown  
Black Motor gray  
Green Ground  
Yellow Cap off - no connection  
Orange Cap off - no connection  
White Cap off - no connection  

Power on the machine.

Push [CHIP FWD].

If the motor is wired correctly, the chip conveyor moves forward.

Push [CHIP REV].

If the motor is wired correctly, the chip conveyor moves backward.