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SCR DC MOTOR CONTROL

BC140 DC CONTROL

Installation and Operation Manual

MN703

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section Page
1 Introduction.............................................................................................................................................................................3
Safety Warnings and Cautions ...............................................................................................................................................6
2 Quick Start Instructions...........................................................................................................................................................9
3 Mounting Instructions ...........................................................................................................................................................12
4 Electrical Instructions............................................................................................................................................................12
5 Application Information .........................................................................................................................................................15
6 Setting the Voltage Select Switch .........................................................................................................................................16
7 Trimpot Adjustments.............................................................................................................................................................17
8 Operation..............................................................................................................................................................................20
9 Diagnostic LEDs and Pilot Light............................................................................................................................................20
10 Troubleshooting....................................................................................................................................................................21
11 Optional Auxiliary Heat Sink (Catalog No. BC143) ...............................................................................................................23
12 Optional Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch (Catalog No. BC144) ............................................................................................24
Baldor District Offices .................................................................................................................................................................25
Limited Warranty.......................................................................................................................................................... Back Cover

Tables Page
1 Standard Features..................................................................................................................................................................3
2 Optional Accessories..............................................................................................................................................................4
3 Electrical Ratings....................................................................................................................................................................4
4 Trimpot Adjustments...............................................................................................................................................................4
5 General Performance Specifications ......................................................................................................................................5
6 Barrier Terminal Block Wire and Tightening Torque Specifications ......................................................................................13
7 Armature and AC Line Fuse Selection..................................................................................................................................13
8 Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® and Armature Fuse Kit Information ......................................................................................14
9 Field Connection (Shunt Wound Motors Only)......................................................................................................................15
10 Troubleshooting Guide for Controls without Optional Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch Installed ...........................................21
11 Troubleshooting Guide for Controls with Optional Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch Installed ................................................22

Figures Page
1 Cover Layout ..........................................................................................................................................................................5
2 Mechanical Specifications ......................................................................................................................................................6
3 AC Line, Armature, Field (Shunt Wound Motors Only), and Ground Connections ..................................................................9
4 Control Layout and Internal Connection Diagram .................................................................................................................11
5 Voltage Select Switch Setting...............................................................................................................................................16
6 Acceleration Trimpot (ACCEL) Range ..................................................................................................................................17
7 Deceleration Trimpot (DECEL) Range..................................................................................................................................17
8 Minimum Speed Trimpot (MIN) Range .................................................................................................................................17
9 Maximum Speed Trimpot (MAX) Range ...............................................................................................................................18
10 Current Limit Trimpot (CL) Range.........................................................................................................................................18
11 IR Compensation Trimpot (IR) Range...................................................................................................................................19
12 Optional Auxiliary Heat Sink Mechanical Specifications........................................................................................................23
13 Optional Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch Connections .........................................................................................................24
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like less expensive controls). BC140. By installing the Auxiliary Heat Sink (see Table 2. MOV Protection AC line input transient suppression. the horsepower range is increased to 1 HP at 115 Volt AC line input and 2 HP at 230 Volt AC line input. In addition. The versatility of the control is enhanced with the optional Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch Kit (Catalog No. Keyhole slots facilitate mounting and an easily accessible terminal block simplifies connections. one model can be used on a wide range of motors by selecting and inserting the appropriate Plug-in Horsepower Resistor®. Contact your local Baldor District Office for Declaration of Conformity. Uses adjustable trimpots which are Simple to Operate factory set for most applications. Deceleration (DECEL). TABLE 1 STANDARD FEATURES Feature Description Does not require programming. full-wave variable speed DC motor control.) Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® (Supplied Separately)* Allows the control to be used on a wide range of motors. *Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® and armature fuse must be properly selected to accurately calibrate the control. The standard model. The electronics for the BC140 consist of a patented speed control module. Installation of a CE approved RFI filter is required (see Table 2. Allow adjustment of Acceleration (ACCEL). Fusing* Built-In AC Line Fuse. The module is housed in a rugged metal enclosure (not plastic. 50/60 Hz) 115 and 208/230 Volts AC Allows for selection of 115 Volt or 208/230 Volt AC line input. incorporating advanced circuitry and technology for variable speed DC motor controls. on page 4). Its field-proven reliability is confirmed by over 100. Armature Fuse (Supplied Separately). BC144). The BC140 represents the latest in state-of-the-art design. and IR Compensation (IR). controls all motors through 3/4 HP at 115 Volt AC line input and 1½ HP at 230 Volt AC line input. 3 . Dual Voltage Selection (Under the Front Cover) (Factory set to the "230" Volt position. Maximum Speed (MAX). Adjustable Trimpots Minimum Speed (MIN). AC Line Input Voltage (±15%.1 INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the BC140.000 controls presently in operation. Baldor is committed to providing total customer satisfaction by producing quality products that are easy to install and operate. on page 4). The BC140 offers the user the ultimate in reliability and performance at an affordable price. This product complies with all CE directives pertinent at the time of manufacture. surface mount technology. It is rugged and compact in size and is able to handle both 115 and 208/230 Volt AC line inputs by setting the built-in Dual Voltage Switch. Current Limit (CL). Diagnostic LEDs Power On (PWR ON) and Current Limit (CL).

(1. TABLE 2 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES Item Catalog No. IR Compensation (IR). Amps) (HP.1) 16. on page 17. on page 17. respectfully. 50/60 Hz) Voltage Current Load Current Horsepower Current Load Current Horsepower (Volts AC) (Volts DC) (RMS Amps) (Avg.5) Notes: 1. The BC140 can be converted to the higher rating by installing the Auxiliary Heat Sink (Catalog No. RFI Filter BC24-LF Complies with CE Directive 89/336/EEC (EN55022 and/or EN55011) relating to the EMC Class A Industrial Standard.0 1.2. Sets the required voltage compensation to the motor to provide improved load regulation. See Section 7.6) 16. Current Limit (CL). Sets the amount of time for the motor to decelerate from full speed to zero speed. Maximum Speed (MAX). When the control is set for "115". Minimum Speed (MIN).75) 230 180 12. Sets the amount of time for the motor to accelerate from zero speed to full speed. See Section 11. at 230 Auxiliary Heat Sink BC143 Volts AC. TABLE 3 ELECTRICAL RATINGS Maximum Rating Maximum Rating without Auxiliary Heat Sink with Auxiliary Heat Sink AC Line Voltage Motor AC Line DC AC Line DC (± 15%. Sets the maximum amount of DC current that the motor can draw.4. 4 . Field voltage is 100 Volt DC with 115 Volt AC line input and 200 Volts DC with 230 Volt AC line input. on page 18.0 Amps DC.5. See Section 7. See Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch BC144 Section 12.0 2.3. The BC140 must be set for either 115 or 208/230 Volt AC line input by setting the Voltage Select Switch to the "115" or "230" position. When the control is set for "230". (1. See Section 7. use only 180 Volt DC rated motors.0 12. on page 23. on page 24. Sets the maximum speed of the motor. See Section 7. on page 17. (. Sets the minimum speed of the motor. Deceleration (DECEL). BC143). use only 90 – 130 Volt DC rated motors.0 6. Description Extends the control's rating to 1 HP.6. and 2 HP. (KW)) 115 90 – 130 12. TABLE 4 TRIMPOT ADJUSTMENTS Trimpot Description Acceleration (ACCEL).1. Maximum Field current is 1.75. See Section 7. Panel mount. on page 18. 3. (0.5.0 0. Amps) (HP. See Section 7. single phase. Rated 24 Amps at 115 and 208/230 Volts AC. on page 19.0 6.0 12. Includes Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch with dynamic brake resistor.0 1. KW)) (RMS Amps) (Avg. at 115 Volts AC. 2.

Dial Rotation) 2 — Acceleration (ACCEL) Trimpot Range (Seconds) 0. TABLE 5 GENERAL PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS1 Factory Description Specification Setting Speed Range (Ratio) 50:1 — Armature Feedback Load Regulation (0 – Full Load. (See Optional Accessories.2 – 10 2 Deceleration (DECEL) Trimpot Range (Seconds) 0. on page 4). BC143) (°C / °F) 0 – 40 / 32 – 104 — Notes: 1. 50:1 Speed Range) (% Base Speed)) 12 — 2 Line Voltage Regulation (at Full Load. 2. FIGURE 1 COVER LAYOUT 50 60 40 70 30 20 80 10 90 FWD ON 0 (%) SPEED 10 0 B Allow Motor R to Stop Before K Reversing REV OFF 5 . Performance is for 90 Volt PM motors with 115 Volt AC line input and 180 Volt DC PM motors with 230 Volt AC line input. CE Compliance requires BC24-LF RFI Filter. BC143) (°C / °F) 0 – 50 / 32 – 122 — Operating Temperature Range with Optional Auxiliary Heat Sink (Catalog No. Table 2.2 – 10 2 2 Maximum Speed (MAX) Speed Trimpot Range (% Base Speed) 50 – 110 100 Minimum Speed (MIN) Trimpot Range (% Base Speed) 0 – 302 0 CL/Torque Range (% Full Load) 0 – 200 150 IR Compensation (IR) Trimpot Range (at Specified Full Load at 90 / 180 Volts Output) (Volts DC) 0 – 24 / 0 – 48 3/6 Operating Temperature Range without Optional Auxiliary Heat Sink (Catalog No. ± 10% Line Variation) (% Base Speed) 0.5 — Control Linearity (% Speed vs.

35 0. TO AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK. for optional Auxiliary Heat Sink (Catalog No.63 7. WARNING! READ ALL SAFETY WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS.125 [105] 4.00 [102] 0. SAFETY WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS WARNING! – This statement indicates a potentially hazardous situation. BC143) Mechanical Specifications.08] Note: See Section 11. on page 23. BEFORE USING THE CONTROL.91] 5. BE SURE TO PROPERLY GROUND THE CONTROL. ON PAGES 6 – 8. If not avoided. FIGURE 2 MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (INCHES [mm]) 5. 6 . Note – This is additional information that is not critical to the installation or operation of the control. CAUTION! – This statement indicates a potentially hazardous situation which.2 4X Ø 9.00 [143] [178] 0. could result in serious injury or death. if not avoided.00 [127] 4.39 4X Ø [9. could result in damage to property.0 [5. which. DISCONNECT THE MAIN POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE CONTROL.

WARNING! ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY. AN INSULATED ADJUSTMENT TOOL (PROVIDED) MUST BE USED AND SAFETY GLASSES MUST BE WORN. THE COVER MUST BE PROPERLY INSTALLED AFTER ALL SETUP. FIRE AND/OR ELECTROCUTION CAN RESULT DUE TO IMPROPER USE OF THIS PRODUCT. DISCONNECT MAIN POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE CONTROL. CONNECTIONS. IT REDUCES ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. FIRE AND/OR ELECTROCUTION CAN RESULT IF CAUTION IS NOT EXERCISED. ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY IF THE COVER IS REMOVED AND POWER IS STILL APPLIED. AN EXPLOSION CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY. IF ADJUSTMENTS ARE MADE WITH THE MAIN POWER APPLIED. DO NOT TOUCH LIVE WIRES. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR ELECTROCUTION. DO NOT ADJUST TRIMPOTS WITH THE MAIN POWER APPLIED. (SW/FSC 5/2005) BE SURE TO FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. DISCONNECT MAIN POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE CONTROL. AND ADJUSTMENTS ARE COMPLETE. VERIFY THERE IS NO VOLTAGE PHASE-TO-PHASE OR PHASE-TO-NEUTRAL AT THE AC LINE CONDUCTORS BEFORE TOUCHING THE AC INPUT WIRES. WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT IN THIS CONTROL. WARNING! DO NOT USE THIS CONTROL IN AN EXPLOSIVE ENVIRONMENT. WARNING! ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY. BE SURE THAT ALL POWER IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE CONTROL BEFORE THE COVER IS OPENED. WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT IN THE CONTROL. ONLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL SHOULD INSTALL AND PERFORM THE START-UP PROCEDURE OR TROUBLESHOOT THIS EQUIPMENT. 7 . THIS CONTROL IS NOT EXPLOSION PROOF. WARNING! IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER AND INDIVIDUAL INSTALLER TO SUPPLY THIS SAFETY WARNING TO THE ULTIMATE END USER OF THIS PRODUCT. WARNING! AUTOMATIC START: THE CONTROL WILL AUTOMATICALLY START WHEN THE POWER IS APPLIED AND THE ON/OFF AC LINE SWITCH IS SET TO THE "ON" POSITION.SAFETY WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS (Continued) WARNING! THIS EQUIPMENT MAY CONTAIN VOLTAGES AS HIGH AS 1000 VOLTS! ELECTRICAL SHOCK CAN CAUSE SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY. ALL POWER MUST BE DISCONNECTED BEFORE PROCEEDING. OPENING OF THE COVER IS REQUIRED TO MAKE INSTALLATION CONNECTIONS.

and A+) from control before performing a "Leakage Resistance" test on the motor. THE MOTOR WILL RUN AT THE SPEED SETTING AT POWER UP. IF THIS IS NOT DONE. CAUTION! Proper shielding. IF ARMATURE SWITCHING IS REQUIRED. The control is tested at the factory for high voltage I leakage resistance as part of Underwriters Laboratories requirements. WARNING! DO NOT DEPEND ON THE PILOT LIGHT OR THE PC BOARD MOUNTED LEDs FOR A GUARANTEED POWER OFF INDICATION. THIS REDUCES ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL CONTACT WITH HIGH VOLTAGE. AND ADJUSTMENTS ARE COMPLETE. CAUTION! Do not leave the motor in a locked rotor condition for more than a few seconds since damage may occur. USE THE OPTIONAL FORWARD-BRAKE-REVERSE SWITCH (CATALOG NO. this can cause overheating of the motor. 8 . CAUTION! Instantaneously applying the Hi-Pot voltage will cause irreversible damage to the control.000 RMS symmetrical short circuit amperes listed here at rated voltage. IT IS REQUIRED THAT THE COVER BE PROPERLY INSTALLED AFTER ALL SETUP. Failure to disconnect motor from the control may result in extensive damage to the control. WARNING! MAKE SURE THAT THE POTENTIOMETER IS SET FULLY COUNTERCLOCKWISE PRIOR TO APPLYING POWER. CAUTION! Disconnect motor leads (A. CAUTION! Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 5. CAUTION! The Voltage Select Switch setting must match the actual AC line input voltage. BC144). Do not use the "115V" position for 208/230 Volt AC line input voltage or damage will occur to the control. WARNING! DO NOT SWITCH THE ARMATURE IN AND OUT OF CIRCUIT OR CATASTROPHIC FAILURE WILL RESULT. CONNECTIONS. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR ELECTROCUTION. CAUTION! If the current limit is adjusted above 160% of the motor nameplate rating. and filtering of this product can reduce the emission of radio frequency interference (RFI) which may adversely affect sensitive electronic equipment.SAFETY WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS (Continued) WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT IN THIS CONTROL. grounding. BE SURE ALL AC POWER IS "OFF" BEFORE SERVICING THE CONTROL TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. DISCONNECT MAIN POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE CONTROL. Verify that the Voltage Select Switch is in the correct position ("115" position for 115 Volt AC line input and "230" position (factory setting) for 208/230 Volt AC line input). THIS MAY CAUSE BODILY INJURY IF ONE IS IN CLOSE PROXIMITY OF MOVING PARTS.

*F. The Voltage Select Switch position must match the AC line input voltage. ARMATURE. See Section 6. on page 13. These items must be installed for the control to operate. A+ F. See Sections 4. of the Barrier Terminal Block. as described in Table 7. check for wrong connections and shorted or grounded motor. on page 13.6. A. 2. of connections to the control. for Barrier Terminal Block wire size and recommended tightening torque specifications. as shown in Figure 3. as shown in Figure 3 and as described in Section 4. 2. 4.1 AC Line Connection: Connect the AC FIGURE 3 line input to Terminals "L1" (Line Fuse) AC LINE. Note: If fuse blows. FIELD*.2 Ground Connection: Connect all ground wires (earth). as shown in Figure 4. for AC Line and Armature Fuse selection. Select the correct AC Line Fuse. on page 13. 4. to the green ground screw on the chassis. on pages 13 and 14. on page 13. 9 . See Table 9. 2. before proceeding. – Note – A Plug-In Horsepower Resistor®.1. AND GROUND CONNECTIONS and "L2". on pages 6 – 8.4.2. These instructions are to be used as a reference only and are not intended to replace the detailed instructions provided herein. an AC Line Fuse. on page 11. You must read the Safety Warnings and Cautions. on page 16. must be installed in order for this control to operate.2 QUICK START INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANT – Read these simplified installation instructions before proceeding.and F+ are Field connections for Shunt Wound Motors only. and an Armature Fuse (supplied separately). and 4. on page 15 for Field connections (Shunt Wound Motors only).3. Note: See Table 6. F+ L1 L2 GND ARMATURE FIELD LINE Note: See Table 7.3 AC line Fusing: The control contains a built-in replaceable AC line fuse installed in the AC line fuse holder.

as shown in Figure 4. For full voltage field. CAUTION! Do not connect motor armature leads to Terminals "F+" and "F-".11 Optional Auxiliary Heat Sink (BC143): Extends the horsepower rating of the control to 1 HP. Shunt wound motors may be damaged if the field remains energized without armature rotation for an extended period of time. 2. and Section 11. 2.) 2. with 115 Volts AC line input. Install the correct Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® as shown in Figure 4. on page 11. See Table 2. on page 4. on page 15. (See note below.10 Diagnostic LEDs and Pilot Light: After power has been applied to the control. on page 11.9 Trimpot Settings: All trimpots have been factory set for most applications. 2. as described in Section 9. on page 17. For half voltage field. on page 16.12 Optional Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch (BC144): Used to dynamically brake the motor. See Table 8. It provides run/brake and forward-brake-reverse operations. The trimpots may be readjusted.4 Armature Fusing: Select an armature fuse (supplied separately) and install in the armature fuse holder. on page 11. set the Voltage Select Switch to the "115" position.5 Plug-In Horsepower Resistor®: Select the correct Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® (supplied separately).) 2. See Section 4. observe the front panel indicator and the board mounted LEDs. use Terminals F+ (positive) and F. 10 .6 Permanent Magnet (PM) Motor Armature Connection: Connect the motor armature to Terminals "A+" and "A-" of the Barrier Terminal Block. as shown in Figure 4. on page 14. (See note below. 2. according to armature voltage and motor horsepower information in Table 7. 2. on page 4. on page 13. For 208/230 Volt AC line input. for Catalog No. 2. as described in Section 7. and ratings. and 2 HP. use Terminals F+ (positive) and L1 (negative).7 Motor Field (Shunt Wound Motors Only): Connect the motor field (of the shunt wound motor) to the Barrier Terminal Block. See Table 2. and Section 12.8 Voltage Select Switch: The Voltage Select Switch must be set as described in Section 6. 2. with 230 volts AC line input. Do not use Terminals "F+" and "F-" for any purpose other than to power the field of a shunt wound motor. on page 13. Select the correct Armature Fuse as shown in Table 7. set the Voltage Select Switch to the "230" position (factory setting).8. on page 23. as shown in Figure 3. on page 20. on page 24. Note: The Armature Fuse is supplied with the Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® Kit. For 115 Volt AC line input. to verify proper control operation. on page 9.(negative).

FIGURE 4 CONTROL LAYOUT AND INTERNAL CONNECTION DIAGRAM F- A. A+ F. F+ L1 L2 GND ARMATURE FIELD LINE 11 .

CAUTION! The Voltage Select Switch position must match the AC line input voltage ("115" position for 115 Volt AC line input and "230" position (factory setting) for 208/230 Volt AC line input). it is advisable to switch the secondary to disconnect power. the two screws must be removed. If the primary is switched. 4 ELECTRICAL INSTRUCTIONS See Table 6.TO AVOID ERRATIC OPERATION. To remove the cover. ON PAGES 6 – 8. DISCONNECT THE MAIN POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE CONTROL. After mounting the control and all connections are completed. Leave enough room below the control to allow for AC line and motor connections and any other connections that are required. The control should be located in an area where it will not be exposed to contaminants such as water. ALSO. With the Auxiliary Heat Sink. install the cover and secure it with the two screws. USE SHIELDED CABLES ON ALL SIGNAL CONNECTIONS OVER 12" (30 CM). WARNING! READ SAFETY WARNING AND CAUTIONS.3 MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS The control is designed with a NEMA-1 / IP-40 enclosure for indoor use. on page 13. CAUTION! If control is connected to a transformer. Without the Auxiliary Heat Sink. additional snubber capacitors may have to be added across the transformer ouput to prevent damage to the power bridge. on page 6. the temperature around the control must not exceed 50 °C (122 °F). WIRE THE CONTROL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE REQUIREMENTS AND OTHER LOCAL CODES THAT MAY APPLY. DO NOT BUNDLE THE AC LINE AND MOTOR WIRES WITH WIRES FROM SIGNAL FOLLOWING. The control is designed with a removable cover. OR ANY OTHER SIGNAL WIRES. A mounting template is included to facilitate mounting of the control. Do not overtighten. WARNING! . BEFORE USING THIS CONTROL. THE SHIELD SHOULD BE EARTH GROUNDED ON THE CONTROL SIDE ONLY. metal chips. Care should be taken to avoid extreme hazardous locations where physical damage can occur. the temperature around the control must not exceed 40 °C (104 °F). for Barrier Terminal Block wire size and recommended tightening torque specifications. See Figure 2. DO NOT BUNDLE MOTOR WIRES FROM MULTIPLE CONTROLS IN THE SAME CONDUIT. 12 . WARNING! DO NOT CONNECT SWITCHES OR RELAYS IN SERIES WITH ARMATURE OR CATASTROPHIC FAILURE WILL RESULT. It is recommended that the control be mounted vertically on a flat surface with adequate ventilation. Tighten the screws to 5 lbs-in (6 kg-cm). START/STOP CONTACTS. solvents or excessive vibration.

1 12 3. as shown in Figure 4.3 12 13. All fuses should be normal blow ceramic 3AG.1 AC Line Connection: Connect the AC line input to Terminals "L1" (Line Fuse) and "L2". TABLE 7 ARMATURE AND AC LINE FUSE SELECTION Horsepower Approximate Fuse Selection (Amps) 90 Volt DC 180 Volt DC Motor Current Motors Motors (Amps DC) Armature Line 1/100 1/50 0.1 12 13. as shown in Table 7. MDA.5 12 1/50 1/25 0. on page 11. on page 16.8 4. as shown in Figure 3. If one of the AC line inputs is a neutral (N). connect it to Terminal "L2".3 0.3 AC Line and Armature Fusing: The AC Line fuse is factory installed. 4. on page 9.8 12 1 2 14 2. 4. as shown in Figure 3. of connections to the control. BC143).33 0. 13 .3 2 12 1/6 1/3 2 2.5 12 1/30 1/15 0.75 12 1/15 1/8 0.3 5 12 1/2 1 5. On domestic 230 Volt AC lines. separate branch circuit protection for each line must be used.0 8 12 3/4 1½ 7. Fuses are available from your distributor. The Armature fuse (supplied separately) must be installed in the armature fuse holder.5 12 1/4 1/2 2. Tightening Torque 2 2 (Amps DC) (Maximum HP) (Maximum HP) AWG mm AWG mm lb-in kg-cm 6 1/2 1 16 1. Maximum 100 Ft.3 14 2. TABLE 6 BARRIER TERMINAL BLOCK WIRE AND TIGHTENING TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Maximum 90 – 130 Volt DC 180 Volt DC Maximum Wire Size (Cu) Recommended Motor Current Motors Motors Maximum 50 Ft.25 12 1/8 1/4 1. or equivalent.5 12 1/20 1/10 0.5 4 12 1/3 3/4 3. on page 9.5 12 12 1* 2* 10 15 25 *With optional Auxiliary Heat Sink (Catalog No. Select the correct fuses.85 1.2 0. Note: This control operates on 115 or 208/230 Volt AC line input and is factory set for 208/230 Volt AC line input (Voltage Select Switch is factory set to the "230" position). to the green ground screw on the chassis. See Section 6.2 Ground Connection: Connect all ground wires (earth).5 0.8 1 12 1/12 1/6 0.

5 0. Plug-In Horsepower Resistors® are available from your distributor.5 BR1000 1/50 1/25 0. it indicates that there is a problem after the control's output. Note: Be sure the Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® is inserted completely into the mating sockets.25 BR0180 1/8 1/4 1.6 Plug-In Horsepower Resistor®: A Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® (supplied separately) must be installed to match the control to the motor horsepower and voltage in order for the IR Compensation and Current Limit settings to be correct.3 0.8 0.01 15 BR0010SP *With optional Auxiliary Heat Sink (Catalog No.35 0. Select the proper Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® according to Table 8. TABLE 8 PLUG-IN HORSEPOWER RESISTOR® AND ARMATURE FUSE KIT INFORMATION Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® and Armature Fuse Kit Motor Horsepower Plug-In Horsepower Approximate Resistor® Armature Fuse Armature Voltage Armature Voltage Motor Current Value Rating 90 – 130 Volts DC 180 Volts DC (Amps DC) (Ohms) (Amps) Catalog No.3 0.5 BR0510 1/30 1/15 0. If the Armature Fuse blows. 1/100 1/50 0.7. as shown in Figure 4.05 4 BR0050 1/3 3/4 3. Install the Plug-In Horsepower Resistor®.5 BR0350 1/20 1/10 0.75 BR0250 1/15 1/8 0.5 BR0101 1/4 1/2 2.51 0. If the AC Line Fuse blows. 4.015 12 BR0015SP 1* 2* 10 0.25 1 BR0251 1/12 1/6 0.2 1.1 2.0 0.25 0.3 0.5 0. the control is miswired.1 2 BR0100 1/6 1/3 2 0. or the control is defective. BC143).5 Armature Fuse: The Armature Fuse acts as a diagnostic indicator.18 1. the motor is shorted or grounded.025 8 BR0025 3/4 1½ 7. The Armature Fuse required can be calculated by multiplying the maximum DC Motor Current times 1. 14 . Selecting the proper Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® is as important as selecting the proper Armature Fuse.035 5 BR0035 1/2 1 5 0.33 0. on page 11. 4.4 AC Line Fuse: The AC Line Fuse acts as a disconnect in case of a catastrophic failure.5 0.85 0. Note: Fuse each AC line conductor that is not at ground potential. 4.

Be sure the current under full load does not exceed the motor nameplate rating.2 Torque Requirements: The motor selected for the application must be capable of supplying the necessary torque. Controls operated on 230 Volt AC line input are designed for 180 and 90 Volt (step-down) SCR rated motors. 15 . on page 14.8. a DC ammeter should be connected in series with the armature. 5 APPLICATION INFORMATION 5. Use of higher voltage motors will result in a reduction of the available maximum speed.8. should not exceed the motor’s DC nameplate rating.1 Full Voltage Field: Connect the field positive (+) lead to Terminal "F+" and the negative lead (-) to Terminal "F-". 4. 4. Be sure the correct Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® and Armature Fuse are installed. as described in Sections 4.6. as described in Table 9.5 and 4. if motor is not an SCR rated type. 5. the actual AC line amperage of the control. F- 115 115 0 – 90 50 F+. Also. 4. at full load.8 Shunt Wound Motor Field Connection (Shunt Wound Motors Only): CAUTION! Do not connect motor armature leads to Terminals "F+" and "F-". L1 0 – 180 200 F+. on the Barrier Terminal Block. use Terminal "L1" and F+. F- 208/230 230 0 – 90* 100 F+.7 Permanent Magnet (PM) Motor Armature Connection: Connect the motor armature positive lead (+) to Terminal "A+" and negative lead (-) to Terminal "A-". See Figure 4. Do not use Terminals "F+" and "F-" for any purpose other than to power the field of a shunt wound motor. and as described in Table 9.2 Half Voltage Field: For 50 Volt DC with 100 Volt rated armature. Controls operated on 115 Volt AC line input are designed for 90 Volt SCR rated motors. on page 11. 4. on page 11. on page 11. on the terminal board. TABLE 9 FIELD CONNECTION (SHUNT WOUND MOTORS ONLY) Voltage AC Input voltage Selector Switch Armature Voltage Field Voltage Terminal (Volts AC) (Position) (Volts DC) (Volts DC) Connections 100 F+. on the Barrier Terminal Board. L1 *Step-down operation. In order to ensure the motor is not overloaded. as shown in Figure 4.1 Motor Type: The BC140 is designed for permanent magnet (PM) and Shunt Wound DC motors. Shunt wound motors may be damaged if the field remains energized without armature rotation for an extended period of time. See Figure 4.

USE BC144 FORWARD-BRAKE-REVERSE SWITCH KIT. 6. The switch toggle should be in the upper position with "115" displayed at the bottom.1 For 208/230 Volt AC Line Input: Set the Voltage Select Switch to the "230" position (factory setting). FIRE OR EXPLOSION. IF ARMATURE SWITCHING IS REQUIRED. Be sure the BC140 is used within its ratings. CAUTION! Contact your local Baldor District Office before using this control on constant horsepower applications such as saws and drill presses. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS. FIGURE 5 VOLTAGE SELECT SWITCH SETTING 208/230 Volt AC Line Input (Factory Setting) 115 Volt AC Line Input 16 . Do not use this control in an explosive atmosphere.4 Limitation In Use: The BC140 controls are designed for use on machine applications. The switch toggle should be in the lower position with "230" displayed at the top. WARNING .2 – 10 seconds.DO NOT SWITCH THE ARMATURE IN AND OUT OF CIRCUIT OR CATASTROPHIC FAILURE WILL RESULT. MAY RESULT IN ELECTRIC SHOCK.3 Acceleration Start: The BC140 contains an adjustable acceleration start feature which allows the motor to smoothly accelerate from zero speed to full speed over a time period of 0.2 For 115 Volt AC Line Input: Set the Voltage Select Switch to the "115" position. BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THE CONTROL OR SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH CAN RESULT. 6 SETTING THE VOLTAGE SELECT SWITCH WARNING! READ ALL SAFETY WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS. See Figure 5. 6. Follow all instructions carefully. The acceleration trimpot (ACCEL) is factory set for 2 seconds. 5. ON PAGES 6 – 8. The Voltage Select Switch is located under the cover and must be set before applying power to the control. 5.

ON PAGES 6 – 8. To decrease the deceleration time. See Figure 8. DO NOT ADJUST TRIMPOTS WITH THE MAIN POWER APPLIED. See Figure 7.2 – 10 seconds. WARNING! IF POSSIBLE. See Table 5. Note: If the DECEL Trimpot is set to greater than the natural coast time of the motor and actual load. Some applications may require readjustment of the trimpots in order to set the control for a specific requirement.3 Minimum Speed Trimpot (MIN): The MIN Trimpot sets the minimum speed of the FIGURE 8 motor when the Main Speed Potentiometer is set fully counterclockwise. 7. To increase the deceleration time. rotate the MIN Trimpot counterclockwise. FIGURE 7 down time when the Main Speed Potentiometer is adjusted to a lower speed. The DECEL Trimpot range is 0.7 TRIMPOT ADJUSTMENTS The control contains trimpots which have been factory set for most applications. Figure 4. Note: Readjusting the MIN Trimpot will affect the maximum speed setting. See Figure 6. 7. for range and factory setting of all trimpots. The MIN MIN TRIMPOT RANGE Trimpot is factory set to 0% of base motor speed. AN INSULATED ADJUSTMENT TOOL MUST BE USED AND SAFETY GLASSES MUST BE WORN. To decrease the acceleration time. The MIN Trimpot range is 0% – 30% of base motor speed. rotate the DECEL Trimpot counterclockwise. it will extend the deceleration time of the motor.2 Deceleration Trimpot (DECEL): The DECEL Trimpot controls the amount of ramp. The ACCEL Trimpot range is 0. on page 11. rotate the MIN Trimpot clockwise. illustrates the location of the trimpots and their approximate factory set positions. SAFETY WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS. To increase the minimum speed. The ACCEL Trimpot is factory set to 2 seconds. The trimpots may be readjusted as follows. The DECEL TRIMPOT RANGE DECEL Trimpot is factory set to 2 seconds. IF ADJUSTMENTS ARE MADE WITH THE MAIN POWER APPLIED. it is necessary to readjust the MAX Trimpot if readjusting the MIN Trimpot. 17 . rotate the ACCEL Trimpot clockwise. HIGH VOLTAGE EXISTS IN THIS CONTROL. rotate the ACCEL Trimpot counterclockwise. It may be necessary to repeat these adjustments until both the minimum and maximum speeds are set to the desired levels. 7.1 Acceleration Trimpot (ACCEL): The ACCEL Trimpot is provided to allow for a FIGURE 6 smooth start over an adjustable time period each time the AC power is applied or the ACCEL TRIMPOT RANGE Main Speed Potentiometer is adjusted to a higher speed. To decrease the minimum speed. Therefore. which is the amount of time it will take for the motor to accelerate from zero speed to full speed. MUST BE READ AND UNDERSTOOD BEFORE PROCEEDING.2 – 10 seconds. ELECTROCUTION CAN RESULT IF CAUTION IS NOT EXERCISED. on page 5. To increase the acceleration time. rotate the DECEL Trimpot clockwise. which is the amount of time it will take for the motor to decelerate from full speed to zero speed.

rotate the CL Trimpot clockwise (do not exceed 200% of the full load current rating of the motor (maximum clockwise position)). (Visible only if the cover is removed. as described in Section 4.2 Set the Main Speed Potentiometer to approximately 30% – 50% clockwise position.5. 7. 7. rotate the MAX Trimpot counterclockwise. Do not exceed 200% of the full load current rating of the motor (maximum clockwise position). rotate the CL Trimpot counterclockwise. there will be a slight effect on the minimum speed setting when the minimum is set to zero.6. 18 .5 Apply power and rotate the CL Trimpot clockwise until the desired current reading is observed on the DC ammeter. the correct Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® must be installed for the particular motor and input voltage being used. To decrease the maximum speed. To increase the current limit. the factory Current Limit setting will read 75% of the full load current rating of the motor. 7. For moderate changes in the maximum speed.3 Set the CL Trimpot fully counterclockwise. The CL also protects the control from excessive current during CL TRIMPOT RANGE startup.5. connect it in series with either AC line input lead. Note: Do not adjust the maximum speed above the rated motor RPM or unstable operation may occur. To Recalibrate the CL Trimpot: 7. The CL Trimpot is factory set to 150% of the full load current rating of the motor.) The CL Trimpot range is 0% – 200% of the full load current rating of the motor. On cyclical loads. on page 14. If using an AC ammeter connected in the AC line input. See Figure 9. 7.5. 7. The MAX Trimpot is MAX TRIMPOT RANGE factory set to 100% of base motor speed. Factory Current Limit setting is 150% of the full load current rating of the motor.4 Load the motor shaft in accordance with application requirements.5. Note: In order for the Current Limit to operate properly. The MAX Trimpot range is 50% – 110% of base motor speed. WARNING! DO NOT LEAVE MOTOR SHAFT LOCKED FOR MORE THAN 2 – 3 SECONDS OR MOTOR DAMAGE MAY RESULT. The CL LED will illuminate red. To increase the maximum speed. Calibration of the CL Trimpot is normally not required when the proper Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® is installed. If only an AC ammeter is available. Some application may require a lower value so as not to damage process material or drive train components. rotate the MAX Trimpot clockwise. 7.4 Maximum Speed Trimpot (MAX): The MAX Trimpot sets the maximum speed of the FIGURE 9 motor when the Main Speed Potentiometer is set fully clockwise. There may be significant variation in the minimum speed setting if the minimum speed is at a higher than zero setting. See Figure 10.5. it may be normal for the CL LED to momentarily flash. To decrease the current limit.1 Disconnect the AC power and connect a DC ammeter in series with either motor armature lead.5 Current Limit Trimpot (CL): The CL Trimpot is used to limit the maximum current FIGURE 10 (torque) to the motor.

7. which causes cogging ("hunting" or "zooming").6 IR Compensation Trimpot (IR): The IR Trimpot sets the amount of compensating FIGURE 11 voltage required to keep the motor speed constant under varying loads.6. If the load does IR TRIMPOT RANGE not vary substantially. repeat steps 7. rotate the IR Trimpot clockwise. the IR Trimpot may be set to a minimum level (approximately 1/4 of full clockwise rotation).2 Run the motor unloaded at approximately 1/3 speed and record the RPMs.6. The control is now compensated to provide minimal speed change due to changing loads. Calibration of the IR Trimpot is normally not required when the proper Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® is installed. 19 .6.6.6.4 Remove the load and recheck the RPMs.6. 7. To decrease the amount of compensating voltage. The IR Trimpot is factory set to provide 3 Volts of compensation for controls with 90 Volt DC output and 6 Volts of compensation for controls with 180 Volt DC Output.3 Run the motor with the maximum load and adjust the IR Trimpot so that the motor speed under load equals the unloaded speed recorded in step 2. the correct Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® must be installed for the particular motor and input voltage being used.1 Set the IR Trimpot to approximately 25% rotation.4 for better regulation.6. on page 14. rotate the IR Trimpot counterclockwise.7. Excessive IR Compensation will cause the motor to become unstable.5 If the unloaded RPM has changed. To increase the amount of compensating voltage. 7. Note: In order for the IR Compensation to operate properly. 7. See Figure 11.2 – 7.6. as described in Section 4. To Recalibrate the IR Trimpot: 7.

and the correct Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® as shown in Table 8. on page 5. remove the front cover by unscrewing the two cover screws. BEFORE OPERATING THIS CONTROL OR SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH CAN RESULT. 8. page 11. for the location of the LEDs. on page 5.4 Recheck all input AC line and motor connections. on page 18. on the PC board. ON PAGES 6 – 8. on page 14. See Figure 4. on page 13. will illuminate green and the Pilot Light. 20 .2 Set the Voltage Select Switch to the correct position.2 Current Limit (CL) LED: The CL LED will illuminate red when the motor is overloaded. See 9.7 Set the On/Off AC Line Switch to the "ON" position. Gradually increase the Main Speed Potentiometer. See Figure 3.8 OPERATION WARNING! READ SAFETY WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS. corresponding to the AC line input voltage. 9 DIAGNOSTIC LEDs AND PILOT LIGHT The BC140 has PC board mounted LEDs. Observe that the Pilot Light illuminates. 8. on page 9.1 Power On (PWR ON) LED and Pilot Light: When the AC power is applied to the control and the On/Off AC Line Switch is set "ON". 8. the PWR ON LED.6 Set the Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch (if installed) to the "FWD" or "REV" position. will illuminate orange. See Figure 1. indicating that the current limit set point has been reached (set by the CL Trimpot).1 With no AC power applied and the On/Off AC Line Switch set to the "OFF" position.3 Install the correct Armature Fuse.5.5 Set the Main Speed Potentiometer to 0% (fully counterclockwise). See Section 7. on the front cover. The motor should smoothly come up to the desired speed and remain stable. 8. 9. See Figure 1. 8. 8. to display the control's operational status and a panel-mounted Pilot Light. 8. as shown in Table 7. ("115" position for 115 Volt AC line input and "230" position (factory setting) for 208/230 Volt AC line input).

Reduce load. CL LED is illuminated. installed. on page 14. Defective motor. Replace motor.5. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR ELECTROCUTION. Motor armature and field connections Correct the connections. IF ADJUSTMENTS ARE MADE WITH THE MAIN POWER APPLIED. interchanged (shunt motor only). Low AC line input voltage. Resistor®. See Table 8. worn brushes. Overload condition. Set CL Trimpot. AFTER ALL SETUP CONNECTIONS. See Table 7. on page 18. See Table 8. 7. described in Section 7. Table 11. Motor is not running and Pilot Light not Replace Line Fuse. runs at very low speed. on page 13. is a troubleshooting guide for controls with the Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch installed. clockwise. on page 18. Install the correct Plug-In Horsepower Incorrect Plug-In Horsepower Resistor®. Motor does not run and Pilot Light is Plug-In Horsepower Resistor® not Install the correct Plug-In Horsepower illuminated. Replace Armature Fuse. on illuminated. AND ADJUSTMENTS ARE COMPLETE. THIS REDUCES ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. their possible causes. as Motor hums.10 TROUBLESHOOTING Table 10 is a troubleshooting guide for controls without the optional Forward-Brake Reverse Switch installed. IF POSSIBLE. if necessary. etc. WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT IN THIS CONTROL. Blown Armature Fuse. slows down substantially when load is applied. Blown Line fuse. TABLE 10 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE FOR CONTROLS WITHOUT OPTIONAL FORWARD-BRAKE-REVERSE SWITCH INSTALLED Symptom Possible Cause Suggested Corrective Action On/Off AC Line Switch in "OFF" position. Table 10 continued on next page… 21 . THE COVER MUST BE PROPERLY SECURED. WARNING! HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT IN THE CONTROL.5. Main Speed Potentiometer set fully Rotate Main Speed potentiometer counterclockwise. on page 14. DISCONNECT MAIN POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE CONTROL. FIRE AND/OR ELECTROCUTION CAN RESULT IF CAUTION IS NOT EXERCISED. Control in current limit mode (CL trimpot Increase setting of CL Trimpot. Check AC line input voltage. DO NOT ADJUST TRIMPOTS WITH THE MAIN POWER APPLIED. Both tables provide information on symptoms. AN INSULATED ADJUSTMENT TOOL (PROVIDED) MUST BE USED AND SAFETY GLASSES MUST BE WORN. as described in Section CL Trimpot set fully counterclockwise. Resistor®. page 13. on page 22. See Table 7. Replace On/Off AC Line Switch. or not set correctly). Check for defective motor. Set On/Off Switch to "ON" position. and suggested corrective actions. Defective On/Off AC Line Switch.

on page 19. See Figure 13. as described in IR Comp trimpot set too high. See Table 8. No braking action in brake mode. Check and correct connections. TABLE 11 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE FOR CONTROLS WITH OPTIONAL FORWARD-BRAKE-RESISTOR SWITCH INSTALLED Symptom Possible Cause Suggested Corrective Action Faulty wiring or loose connections to the Correct the connections. Faulty connections or loose connections. Readjust the IR Trimpot. Resistor®. in Section 7. Readjust the CL and/or IR Trimpots. 22 . incorrectly. Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch is Replace Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch defective. as position. Replace Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch Defective Brake Resistor. Motor will not run in Forward or Reverse reversing switch. Motor armature leads are reversed. Recheck line voltage and the correct Voltage Select Switch set to wrong setting of the Voltage Select Switch. on page 17. on page 16. pages 18 and 19. Defective speed control module. Replace speed control. Remove overload. Install the correct Plug-In Horsepower Incorrect Plug-In Horsepower Resistor®. Motor runs in wrong direction. Repair or replace motor. as described Motor continues to run with Main Speed base speed. on page 14. etc. on Erratic motor performance. assembly.5 and 7.6. described in Section 6.6.3. TABLE 10 (CONTINUED) TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE FOR CONTROLS WITHOUT OPTIONAL FORWARD-BRAKE-REVERSE SWITCH INSTALLED Symptom Possible Cause Suggested Corrective Action Overload condition. Section 7. MIN speed trimpot set higher than 0% of Readjust the MIN Trimpot. Potentiometer set fully counterclockwise. on page 24. worn brushes. Defective motor. assembly. as CL and/or IR Trimpots may be set described in Sections 7. direction. Reconnect motor armature leads.

BC143) The optional Auxiliary Heat Sink (Catalog No. FIGURE 12 OPTIONAL AUXILIARY HEAT SINK MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS 5.00 [143] [178] 5.61 [142] 6.9] 23 .29 [160] 1. on page 4. See Table 3. BC143) is used to increase the rating of the control. The control is mounted on the four (4) holes with four (4) mounting screws (supplied). as shown in Figure 12.63 7.375 [34.11 OPTIONAL AUXILIARY HEAT SINK (CATALOG NO.

ON PAGES 6 – 8. See the installation instructions MN1372. The switch assembly is to be installed in the mounting hole provided on the control. BC144) WARNING! READ SAFETY WARNING AND CAUTIONS. The optional Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch (Catalog No. provided with the Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch kit for detailed information on mounting and connections. DISCONNECT THE MAIN POWER BEFORE MAKING CONNECTIONS TO THE CONTROL. BC144) is used to dynamically brake the motor and reverse motor direction. Figure 13 shows the connections of the Forward-Brake-Reverse Switch to the speed control and the Barrier Terminal Block. FIGURE 13 OPTIONAL FORWARD-BRAKE-REVERSE SWITCH CONNECTIONS 24 . BEFORE USING THIS CONTROL.12 OPTIONAL FORWARD-BRAKE-REVERSE SWITCH (CATALOG NO.

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The warranty is in lieu of any other warranty or guarantee. expressed or implied.) In any event. Smith. or replacements must be referred to Baldor with all pertinent data as to the defect. misused. shall not exceed the full purchase price of the control. inconvenience. Baldor’s total liability. controls which our examination proves to be defective in material or workmanship. No liability is assumed for expendable items. O. and the problem encountered. repairs. or consequential damage. LIMITED WARRANTY For a period of 2 years from the date of original purchase. including installation and removal. Baldor Electric Company P. abused. including injury to any person. the date purchased. (Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. AR 72902-2400 (479) 646.4711 Fax (479) 648-5792 A40244 – Rev. This warranty is valid if the unit has not been tampered with by unauthorized persons. the task performed by the control. caused by items of our manufacture or sale. so the above exclusion may not apply. or improperly installed and has been used in accordance with the instructions and/or ratings supplied. under all circumstances. C – 3/11/2009 Print Code . Baldor will repair or replace without charge. Box 2400 Ft. such as fuses. Baldor shall not be held responsible for any expense. Claims for purchase price refunds. Goods may be returned only with written notification including a Baldor Return Authorization Number and any return shipments must be prepaid.