CC600T - SHAFT MOUNTED TACHOMETER
FOR MACHINE SHAFT WITH 3/8", 1/2", M10 or M12
TAPPED CENTER HOLE USING AN ADAPTER PIECE
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There is no adjustment needed at initial installation for this unique shaft-mounted device that yields the highest accuracy tachometer feedback. All errors associated with couplings and foot mounted tachs are eliminated. The tachometer electronics or the tachometer can be replaced with a spare in a matter of minutes without any adjustment.
1. Machine Preparation
1.1 Prepare machine shaft by removing any dirt, debris, burrs, or other protrusions from the area where the CC600T shaft will come in contact with the machine shaft. A wire wheel, wire brush, sandpaper, and files are tools needed for this procedure.
Note: It is important to have clean smooth surfaces prior to mounting the tach. Any raised areas either burrs or dirt can cause misalignment of the tach, either radial (concentricity) on the diameter of the shaft or axial (run out) on the end of the shaft. The surfaces can have marks below the mounting surface as long as the mounting surface diameter and flatness are maintained.
2. CC600T Installation - Reference Drawings 600A0108 sh1 and 600A0108 sh2, and Outline Drawings
Tools required: Flat head screwdriver
For 3/8" bolt - 3/8" 12 pt. socket and ratchet or socket driver
For 1/2" bolt - 1/2" 12 pt. socket and ratchet or socket driver
For M10 bolt - 10mm 12 pt. socket and ratchet or socket driver
For M12 bolt - 12mm 12 pt. socket and ratchet or socket driver
2.1 Using screwdriver, remove the (4) fillister head screws and lock washers and remove the end cap.
2.2 Clean the adapter piece with a clean rag removing any dirt from the contact surfaces. If there are any burrs or deformation of the adapter piece that will cause misalignment to occur, do not use the adapter piece.
2.3 Gently slide the adapter piece onto the machine shaft. If the tach does not slide freely onto the machine shaft, repeat section 1. DO NOT force adapter piece onto shaft or strike with hammer or anything else.
2.3.1 If after repeating preparation procedure they still will not mate, measure the machine shaft and the adapter piece. If there is a dimensional inconsistency with a CCI product, please contact CCI immediately.
2.4 Clean the tach shaft with a clean rag removing any dirt from the contact surfaces. If there are any burrs or deformation of the adapter piece that will cause misalignment to occur, do not use the tach.
2.5 Insert the tach shaft into the adapter piece. The small diameter will fit loosely into the piece and the 35mm diameter will seat snugly into the piece. DO NOT force tach into the adapter piece or strike with hammer or anything.
2.5.1 If after repeating preparation procedure they still will not mate, please contact CCI immediately.
2.6 Using a 12-point socket wrench, tighten screw into machine shaft.
Torque the mounting bolts as follows:
for 3/8-16 bolt (20 ft-lbs.)
for 1/2-13 bolt (40 ft-lbs.)
for M10 bolt (31 N-m)
for M12 bolt (55 N-m)
Note: The mounting bolt with nylon anti-rotation insert and flat washer which comes supplied with the tach should not be exchanged for other mounting hardware, except that supplied by CCI for CC600T mounting application. DO NOT remove the flat washer.
2.7 Install the end cap with (4) fillister head screws and lock washers back onto the tach. Clean the cap of any dirt before installing back onto the tach. If hardware is lost, replace with stainless steel 10-32 x 5/8" fillister head screws and #10 lock washers. For proper sealing it is important for the end cap to be mounted with all applicable hardware.
3.Mounting Torque Arm and Stabilizer Bar
There are two applications for mounting torque arm to stabilizer bar, and stabilizer bar to the machine. They are as follows:
For mounting to small frame motor with 1/2-13 tapped hole on a 7.250"-(184mm) bolt circle or something similar represented in the outline drawings, reference installation instruction sections 3.1 to 3.5.
For mounting to large frame motor or something similar represented in the outline drawings, reference installation instruction sections 3.6 to 3.9.
Small Motor Torque Arm Installation - Reference Drawing 600A0105 and Outline Drawings
3.1 The Stabilizer Bar is factory installed to the Torque Arm and the Motor Mounting Bracket.
3.2 With the Stabilizer Bar mounted to the Motor Mounting Bracket use 5/16" hex key and screw 1/2-13 button head socket screw with lock washer and flat washer into one of the (4) 1/2-13 tapped holes that are located on a 7.250"-(184.15mm) diameter. Note that where this is mounted has an affect on the MS Connector location. Torque 25-30 ft-lbs.
3.3 Using 9/16" open-end wrench or adjustable wrench, screw the 3/8" locking nuts onto the Stabilizer Bar on both ends to lock bar into place. Note that Stabilizer Bar should not touch the CC600T body.
3.4 To adjust the Stabilizer Bar (S.B.), use 9/16" open ended wrench or adjustable wrench and loosen the Stabilizer Bar Locking Nuts. Then rotate the S.B. to adjust length longer or shorter.
3.5 Adjust S.B. as needed by rotating the bar when completed adjusting S.B. tight Locking Nuts onto the S.B.
Large Motor Torque Arm Installation - Reference Drawing 600A0109 and Outline Drawings
3.6 Using 9/16" open-end wrench and 1/2" open-end wrench or adjustable wrenches mount the Stabilizer Bar onto the Torque Arm making sure that the insulated washers are on either side of torque arm as shown in drawing 600A0109.
3.7 To adjust the Stabilizer Bar (S.B.), use 9/16" open ended wrench or adjustable wrench and loosen the Stabilizer Bar Locking Nuts. Then rotate the S.B. to adjust length longer or shorter.
3.8 Using 9/16" open-end wrench and 1/2" open-end wrench or adjustable wrenches mount the Stabilizer Bar onto the customer supplied bracket making sure that the insulated washers are on either side of torque arm as shown in drawing 600A0109.
3.9 Adjust S.B. as needed by rotating the bar when completed adjusting S.B. tight Locking Nuts onto the S.B.
4. MS Connector Installation - Reference Drawing 600A0109
4.1 Tachometer Supplied with Mating Connector Only
4.1.1 Reference MS Connector wiring drawings 723250B005 without a Z pulse, or 72325B006 with a Z pulse for wiring to MS Connector mating socket, provided.
4.1.2 Screw the mating connector onto bulkhead connector so that approximately two threads remain visible on the bulkhead connector, as shown in Drawing 600A0106.
4.2 Tachometer Supplied with Mating Connector and Cable or (JB) Junction Box Option
4.2.1 Reference 4.1.2 for proper MS Connector mounting, and Outline Drawings provided for wiring schematics and Junction Box dimensions and Connections.
5. Electronics Module Replacement Instructions - Reference Drawing 600A0110 sh1 and 600A0110 sh2.
The electronics module can be changed out with the tach mounted to the machine.
Tools required: 5/32" hex key
5.1 Remove the mating connector from the bulkhead connector, reference drawing 600A0106 and section 4.
5.2 Using 5/32" hex key remove the (4) socket head cap screws from the electronics module.
5.3 Pull the module half with the bulkhead connector out from the CC600T. The connector and the module are one integral piece.
5.4 Insert the new module onto CC600T. DO NOT at any time leave the electronics module off the CC600T and continue to operate the tach.
5.5 Using 5/32" hex key mount the module with the (4) socket head cap screws, torque screws to 35 in-lbs. If hardware is lost, replace with stainless steel 10-32 x 1.0" socket head cap screws and # 10 lock washers. If is important to mount the module with all applicable hardware.
5.6 Install mating MS Connector to bulkhead connector, reference section 4.
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