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SCHEMATIC MANUAL

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1. Change history

Version Date Change Owner


0 29.12.2011 Document created Matti M/Normet

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2. Introduction
This document is for Normet equipment owner, service personnel and technical support to
instruct how to read Normet schematics.

Some parts of this manual does not refer to all Normet products. For example there are
differences between traditional direct controlled and NorSmart controlled machines.

If paper version is to be used, the preferred paper size is A3 for printing. Also printing with
black and white instead of grayscale improves readability.

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3. Contents

1.  Change history.................................................................................................................... 2 


2.  Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 3 
3.  Contents ............................................................................................................................. 4 
4.  Structure of schematics ...................................................................................................... 5 
5.  Device identification ............................................................................................................ 6 
6.  Sub circuits ......................................................................................................................... 8 
7.  Cross references ................................................................................................................ 9 
7.1  Signal ........................................................................................................................... 9 
7.2  Component ................................................................................................................... 9 
8.  Naming of connectors and wires ...................................................................................... 11 
9.  NorSmart in schematics.................................................................................................... 12 
10.  Machine overview ............................................................................................................. 13 
11.  Device list ......................................................................................................................... 16 

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4. Structure of schematics
Schematics consist of four parts:

1. Instructions and content

2. Wiring overview

3. Schematics

4. Device table

Schematics are gathered together of type circuits (std modular parts) which are connected
to each other with cross references. You can recognize different sub circuits by the drawing
number.

Numbering of the pages does not follow the numbering on original sub circuits. Numbering
starts from 1 and ends to last page.

If you are not able to use computer to read the schematics you can make reading easier by
organizing the schematics so that you know where to find different parts of schematics.

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5. Device identification
Devices presented in schematics are identified by their real place in machine. Device
identification system consist of three parts: Designation, Location and Higher Level
Assignment (HLA).

Designation is the name of the device, for example contactor K14.

Location describes the location of the device. Locations are two to three letter
abbreviations of actual place of the device.

For example Cabinet TB3 (Terminal Box 3). HLA is also abbreviation and shows the
functional module of the machine where the device is located, for example BM (Boom
Module). So the whole “name” of the device in this case is =BM +TB3 –K14.

HLA

Location

Designation

Figure 1 Device identification attributes

Device identification key codes are attached to first pages of schematics. You can also find
HLA and Location attribute explanations in machine overview (layout) page (see part 10.
Machine overview).

Sheets have also HLA and Location attributes in right lower corner. So if whole sheet
belongs for example to =MM +TB1, its symbols does not need to be marked separately

with =MM+TB1.
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Figure 2 HLA and Location attributes of sheet

INSTRUCTIONS FOR IDENTIFYING DEVICES IN SCHEMATICS

HIGHER LEVEL ASSIGNMENT (HLA) DEVICE DESIGNATION LETTER CODES

=MM: MOTOR MODULE A: CONTROL UNIT, EXTERNAL DEVICE


=CM: CABIN MODULE B: SENSOR
=AM: APPLICATION MODULE C: CAPACITOR
=PM: PROCESS MODULE D: DIODE
=BM: BOOM MODULE E: LIGHT (WORK LIGHT)
=RM: REAR MODULE F: FUSE, CIRCUIT BREAKER
=FM: FRONT END MODULE G: ALTERNATOR (GENERATOR)
=HM: HIGH VOLTAGE MODULE H: SIGNAL LIGHT/ HORN/ BUZZER
=BA: BASKET MODULE K: RELAY , CONTACTOR
=WH: WIRING HARNESS M: MOTOR
=ES: EMERGENCY STOP CIRCUIT P: GAUGE
Q: CIRCUIT BREAKER
BOXES (LOCATION) R: RESISTOR
S: SWITCH
+TB1: MAIN ELECTRIC BOX SH: ILLUMINATED SWITCH
+TB3/CB3: LOAD END (E.G. BOOM END) T: TRANSFORMER, CONVERTER
+TB33/CB33: LOAD END SECONDARY U: CONDUIT, HOSE, PROTECTION
+TB4/CB4: BASKET/PLATFORM W: WIRE, CABLE
+TB44/CB44: BASKET/PLATFORM SECONDARY X: TERMINAL BLOCK, CONNECTOR, PIN
+TB5/CB5: PROCESS (OR APPLICATION) MODULE BOX (E.G. EMU MODULE, ANFO MODULE) Y : VALVE
+TB55/CB55: PROCESS MODULE SECONDARY
+TB7/CB7: CABIN/DASHBOARD
+TB42/CB42: REMOTE CONTROL
+EMH: ENGINE MODULE HOUSING NORSMART MODULE IDENTIFICATION SY STEM
+HVB: HIGH VOLTAGE BOX
+RC: RADIO CONTROL HCM3100: HCM2000: HCM3200

ALSO EVERY CONCRETICAL PLACE OUTSIDE OF BOX CAN BE USED AS H3K1*** N48: CABIN H2K*** N18: MOTOR H3K2*** N62: CABIN
LOCATION (E.G. +CARRIER) N60: BASKET N22: BOOM
N54: REAR N24: REAR
N56: REMOTE N30: FRONT

DEVICE NAMING CONVENTION SEPARATOR CHARACTERS


= HLA
+ LOCATION
- DESIGNATION
EXAMPLE: SWITCH SH1 IN HIGH VOLTAGE CABINET:
=HV +HVB -SH1

Figure 3 Object identification keycodes

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6. Sub circuits
Sub circuits are schematics of electrical cabinets, wiring harnesses or additional functions.
Basically one item is one sub circuit. For example one cabinet is one sub circuit.

All sub circuits have HLA and Location attributes and can be identified by them. For
example cabinet TB1 in MM.

Sub circuit consist of schematics and layout drawings. Besides Diagrams, schematics can
also include connector- and I/O- tables. Connector-table shows how the multi-pin
connectors are connected. I/O- table is explained later in part 9. NorSmart in schematics.

Figure 4 Sub circuits elements

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7. Cross references
7.1 Signal
Cross references are presented with source and destination symbol. Symbols consists the
address to its pair. Cross reference pairs have common number (i.e. #1)

Address is made of location, sheet number and coordinate (+Location/Page. coordinate).

Figure 5 Cross references

Cross references are hyperlinks and when reading schematics in PDF or E3 Viewer format
you can jump between cross references by clicking them.

7.2 Component
There are also cross references between different symbols of same device. For example
contactors and relays. Relays contacts are presented in contact arrangement symbol below

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relay coil. Contact arrangement symbol shows what kind of contacts relay has and where
they are located in schematics.

Figure 6 Component cross references

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8. Naming of connectors and wires


Connectors in wire harnesses are named with certain logic which allows to figure where the
connectors are located and connected.

Connectors connected to devices gets their name from the device.

For example connector connected to valve -Y215 is -XY125.

Names of multi-pole connectors in boxes consists of two parts separated with dot.

Primary part comes from electric box name number.

For example connectors connected to TB1 have all X1 as primary part.

Secondary part comes from the numerical order of the connector and alphabetical letter.
Alphabets in the end of name tells order of connectors in line. Connector in Terminal Box is
A and wire harness gets connected to it with B. Next connector pair in line are C and D and
so on. If wire harness is between two TB’s, connector A is in that end which is considered
as supplying end.

Wire harness names comes from the connector that is at supplying end.

For example wire harness W1.5B is connected to TB1 with connector X1.5B.

Figure 7 Cable/connector naming overview

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9. NorSmart in schematics
NorSmart is a logic control system used in Normet high technology process machines such
as Spraymec and Charmec. Control modules are presented in schematics with separated
pin views and I/O table. Pin view shows pin number, function, and module it belongs.

Figure 8 Logic module pin


Control modules are also presented with I/O tables. First pages of type circuit consist I/O
table which shows module (node) ID of the module, functions of I/O(PLC Comment1) and
addresses (Ref page) where pins are located in schematics. Pin addresses are hyperlink
cross references which allows you to jump straight to the schematic by double clicking the
address.

Figure 9 Logic module I/O table

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10. Machine overview


First pages of schematics includes general overview of machine. Overview diagrams
shows names of cabinets and wiring harnesses and were they are located and connected
to. Overview is separated in two parts:

1. Carrier

Figure 10 Carrier overview

Carrier part of wiring is connected to the standard part of the dashboard

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Figure 11 Standard part of dashboard

2. Application

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Figure 12 Application overview


Applications wiring is connected to application part of dashboard.

Figure 13 Application part of dashboard

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11. Device list


Device list is a list of devices in schematic. List consists of following information:

- Device Designation
- HLA
- Location
- Function (function description of device)
- Technical data (i.e ampere value of fuse, color of signal lamp...)
- Position in schematic (=HLA+Location/sheet.coordinate)
- Type circuit, on which symbol exists, number

Device position is hyperlink and allows to jump to schematics by clicking (while reading E3
Viewer or pdf format). Some devices might have several lines in list. It means that device
has several symbols in schematic and each line presents one symbol.

Figure 14 Device list

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