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Cased Hole CPDC Maintenance Panel

CPDC Maintenance Manual


This document contains proprietary information. Copyright 2005 Scientific Data Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

CASED HOLE CPDC MAINTENACE

Maintenance Manual

This document contains proprietary information. Copyright 2005 Scientific Data Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 16840 Clay Road Suite 105 Houston, Texas 77084, USA Phone: 1- 281-550-1109 Fax: 1- 281-550-2068 E-mail: sds.info@warriorsystem.com Website: www.warriorsystem.com Created June 23, 2006 Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other product names are trademarks of their respective companies.

T able of Contents
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................... 4 1 2 3 4 PANELSHOOKUPS......................................................................................................................................... 6
Pin Out Connectors ...................................................................................................................................................6

CPDSCHEMATICS....................................................................................................................................... 12 PRE-RELAYSBOARD.................................................................................................................................... 22 3.1 Circuit Description...................................................................................................................... 22


3.1.1 Line Input................................................................................................................................................22

APPLIEDFREEPOINTBOARD........................................................................................................................... 26 4.1 Circuit Description...................................................................................................................... 26


4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 Line Input................................................................................................................................................26 Line Driver and signal measurement.......................................................................................................26 Adjustments.............................................................................................................................................26

ANALOGSWITCHINTERFACEBOARD ............................................................................................................... 34 5.1 Circuit Description...................................................................................................................... 34


5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 Line Input................................................................................................................................................34 Audio Amplifier ......................................................................................................................................34 Wellhead Pressure and aux channel ........................................................................................................34

CCLBOARD.............................................................................................................................................. 50 6.1 Circuit Description...................................................................................................................... 50


6.1.1 6.1.2 Adjustments and Jumpers........................................................................................................................50 Trouble Shooting Hints ...........................................................................................................................51

CBL1BOARD............................................................................................................................................ 54 7.1 Circuit Description...................................................................................................................... 54


7.1.1 7.1.2 LINEB.....................................................................................................................................................54 LINESON................................................................................................................................................54

CBL2BOARD............................................................................................................................................ 64 8.1 Circuit Description...................................................................................................................... 64


8.1.1 Sync. Pulse Detection..............................................................................................................................64

8.2 9 10

Trouble Shooting Hints ............................................................................................................... 64


8.2.1 Sync. Pulse Detection ........................................................................................................................64

CBL3...................................................................................................................................................... 70 AUDIOBOARD ........................................................................................................................................... 74 10.1 Circuit Description...................................................................................................................... 74 10.2 Board Configuration ................................................................................................................... 74 11 MTTBOARD............................................................................................................................................. 80 12 TELABOARD ........................................................................................................................................... 82 13 POWERSUPPLYAUXILIARYBOARD ................................................................................................................. 86 13 TOOLPOWERSUPPLY .................................................................................................................................. 90 15 USBHUBBOARD ...................................................................................................................................... 94 16 DEPTHBOARD ....................................................................................................................................... 100 16.1 Depth......................................................................................................................................... 100 16.2 Line Tension .............................................................................................................................. 100 17 USBAQBOARD....................................................................................................................................... 108

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17.1 USB Operation .......................................................................................................................... 108 UPDSPAUXBOARD................................................................................................................................. 112 18.1 DSPAUX R2............................................................................................................................... 112 19 UPDSPBOARD ........................................................................................................................................ 126 19.1 Series R3 Boards ....................................................................................................................... 126 19.2 Series R4Boards ........................................................................................................................ 126 20 SIMULATORBOX....................................................................................................................................... 138 20.1 Circuit Description .................................................................................................................... 140 20.2 SIMULATOR Hookups .............................................................................................................. 141 21 RECORDER .............................................................................................................................................. 146 21.1 Warrior Line Signal Recorder Service ...................................................................................... 146 21.2 Converting Recordings to SDS Simulator Box Files ................................................................. 150 22 WIRELIST ............................................................................................................................................... 152 23 CHECK-OUT............................................................................................................................................. 178 23.1 SBHUB USBDAQ CHECK LIST ............................................................................................... 178 23.2 DEPTH CARD........................................................................................................................... 180 23.3 TPS ............................................................................................................................................ 184 23.4 PSAUX....................................................................................................................................... 184 23.5 ANASW ...................................................................................................................................... 184 23.6 CCL-R10 CHECKLIST.............................................................................................................. 184 23.7 CBL1D-R5 CBL02-11- CBL03 ............................................................................................... 186 23.8 AUDIO....................................................................................................................................... 202 23.9 APPLIED FREEPOINT............................................................................................................. 204 23.10 TELA.......................................................................................................................................... 208 23.11 MTT ........................................................................................................................................... 209 18

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Introduction
Warrior software Release 7.0 is a second-generation 32-bit program. The Warrior software is a mature logging environment that stresses ease of use, wide versatility, with a true multi-tasking environment. This software can also be used from a desktop to replay, recalculate and print logs from the raw data or imported data from other systems such as LAS or LIS data. The Warrior software runs on Windows Operating Systems (Windows 2000 and Windows XP). Operators need to be familiar with Windows and logging. The Warrior Tool Interface and Power Supply Panel is a new generation logging system. This system utilizes the USB Bus (Universal Serial Bus) along with DSP (Digital Signal Processor) technology providing the latest signal recovery technology available. This allows the PC to be upgraded independently as newer and faster PC's become available. Systems can be configured based on the services required at each site. The operator interface remains the same for each configuration, allowing the same look and feel for the operators. The Warrior Well Logging System consists of a Tool Interface and Power Supply Panel, a computer, a printer and optional depth, line speed, line weight panel, and perforating power supply. The tool interface panel contains the necessary circuits to interface to most cased hole tools, both analog and digital. The depth encoder and line weight interfaces are built into the panel, as is the down hole tool power supply. All functions are digitally controlled from the software, with the power supply having a manual control mode. The panel incorporates data acquisition functions primary DSP based, that interface to the host computer through the industry standard Universal Serial Bus (USB). A seven port USB hub is also incorporated inside the panel allowing a single cable connection to the host computer. A second monitor may usually be attached to provide a Hoistman's or client's display. The system supports most thermal well log plotters and a selection of color printers. An optional depth, line speed and line weight panel is available. This panel provides 12 Vdc. powered, independent depth measurement. It connects to the host computer through the USB and can be synchronized from the host depth or the host depth may be read from the depth panel. The Warrior logging system currently consists of the following components: CPU Laptop/Desktop Monitor Shooting Panel Tool Interface and Power Supply (STIP) UPGRADE PANEL (CPDC) Keyboard Plotter Depth, Line Speed and Line Tension Panel (optional) UPS (optional) It is strongly suggested that the CPU and monitor (and optionally, the interface panel) be run from an UPS with a capacity of approximately 1000 VA. Do not attempt to use an on-line type UPS with diesel generators unless the manufacturer specifically states that the product is suitable for this application. The (cheaper) switching type UPS seem to work well. Loss of data is guarded against by periodic update of the data base files, however, the use of a UPS allows the system to be shut down in an orderly manner and may also condition the line power to the system, thus eliminating problems due to a noisy power source.

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1 Panels Hookups
Pin Out Connectors
DEPTH CABLE Depth Panel 7 Pin Female
A B D F G

Interface Panel 7 Pin Male


A (Signal A) B (Signal B) D (+5VDC) F (GND)

ENCODER CABLE 7 Pin Male


A B D F G

Depth Encoder 7 Pin Female


A (Signal A) B (Signal B) D (+5VDC) F (GND)

TENSION CABLE Depth Panel 5 Pin Female


C D E

Interface Panel 5 Pin Male


A B E

TENSION TRANSDUCER CABLE (XPRO-HONEYWELL PRESSURE TRASMITER) 5 Pin Male Pressure Transducer
D B A E 1 (Excite Usually Red) 2 (Signal Usually Black) Shield 3 (Case)

TENSION TRASDUCER CABLE (ASCO PRESSURE TRANSMITER) 5 Pin Male Pressure Transducer
D B A E 3 (Excite Usually Red) 2 (Signal Usually Black) Shield

DC CABLE 12V DC 3 or 2 Pin Male


A B C

Battery Truck (12 VDC)


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A B C D

Lights
Common RED Light GREEN Light NC

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3 Pre-Relays Board
This board controls the flow of tool power and tool signal through the interface panel. The power relays board connects the line input of the tool interface panel to the rest of the circuitry in the panel. Functions of the card include enabling line, controlling line termination, selecting positive or negative power to be applied to tool, and enabling the downlink capabilities of the TELA card.

3.1 Circuit Description


3.1.1 Line Input
The line input from the rear panel connectors J7 and J12 connect at pin 27 to one of the wipers of relay K2. In the un-energized state, this connects the line to chassis ground through pin 28. When a high signal level is applied to pin 8 from the PSXD board, K2 is energized and the line connects to pin 26. The second wiper of K2, which is connected to +5V connects to pin 24 to supply power to the line enable indicator on the interface front panel. The line connection at pin 28 connects to the FreePoint board pin 12. Unless a free point service is to be run, a relay on the FreePoint board connects the line to pin 10 of the FreePoint board which returns to the PRELAYS board at pin 30. From this point, the line is connected to the PSXD board to measure the tool voltage and to the ANASW board to do prefiltering and conditioning of signals. The line is also connected from pin 30 to relay K3 at pin 35. When this relay is energized, it connect to pin 34 and allows the downlink telemetry from the TELA board to be driven onto the line. Relay K4 is used to control the line termination resistance. When K4 is not energized, the tool power passes through both R1 and R2. When K4 becomes energized, pin 30 connects to pin 31, shorting around resistor R2. Resistor R1 connects to relay K1 at pin 5. Depending upon the state in which the relay is energized, either the positive or the negative side of the tool power supply is connected to R1. The other side of the supply connects through the second wiper at pin 1, goes to the PSXD board and passes through a .1 ohm resistor to chassis ground to measure the amount of current being supplied from the tool power supply.

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4 Applied Freepoint Board


This board drives a sine wave down the logging cable to an Applied Electronics or SIE style Freepoint tool. The response of the tool attenuates the signal. The amplitude of the attenuated signal has a bias applied to it to set a zero reference. The change in the amount of attenuation is then measured to create an output. Since the drive of the board must be directly connected to line with out the effects of line termination or power supply load, the panel passes the line through a relay on this board to the rest of the panel circuitry or when engaged, connects the electronics on the board directly to the line connection. Note that the board must be in the interface panel and the K1 relay must not be engaged for the line to connect to the rest of the panel circuitry. The board also contains circuitry to Set the tool through isolated AC input and a bridge rectifier and filter that creates a DC voltage. This voltage can then be applied to the line through a second relay.

4.1 Circuit Description


4.1.1 Line Input
The line connection to the panel passes through the line enable relay on the prelays board when the line is enabled and connects to J1-12. If K1 is not energized, the line passes through K1 to J1-10, which connects to the tool power supply, line termination resistors, and the ANASW board. When the K1 relay is energized the line connects to the K2 relay which connects either to the signal driver or the DC voltage to set the tool.

4.1.2 Line Driver and signal measurement


Buffer U6A receives a signal from the DSP with amplitude and frequency set in the DSP script. U1 and U6B form a current driver that drives the signal though R23 onto the line. D1 and D2 protect the circuitry from voltages inadvertently placed on the line. Amplifier U3A rectifies the signal at TP3, which is then filtered and amplified in U3B and present at TP4. Buffer U6B receives a DC level from the DSP, which is controlled by the zero scroll bar of the software. The wiper of P1 can be adjusted from the negative panel rail voltage to the positive panel rail voltage. U2A sums these voltages together with the rectified and filtered signal at TP4. This signal is then passed through a final stage of filtering and amplification in U2C and U2D.

4.1.3 Adjustments
With a Freepoint tool on line in a relaxed state and the software zero scroll bars set to mid range, P1 is adjusted for a 0.0 VDC level at TP5.

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5 Analog Switch Interface Board


The analog switch board decouples the tool power voltage from the line signal input and routes it to the various interface boards. The primary outputs of the card are a series of buffered signals that are connected to the other cards of the interface panel. In addition the card also includes an audio amplifier circuit that is used to amplify the line signal with output to a loudspeaker or headphones. This function is primarily used with audio (noise) surveys.

5.1 Circuit Description


5.1.1 Line Input
The line signal enters the card on J1-23 (CC7-23) and is decoupled from the line by capacitor C4. Relay K1 is use to switch a filter in or out of the circuit. Zener diodes D1 and D2 limit the signal to about 12 volts, peak to peak. The amplifier U2A provides high input impedance so that signals are passed down to a very low frequency. IC2 is a dual serial DAC. The USB controller on the USB44 card communicates with it on an I2C bus over the serial data(SDA) and the serial clock(SCL) lines. It converts the data into analog voltages that are then used to control gains of scalar U3 for audio signals. U1A, U1B, U1C, U1D, and U2C are unity gain buffers to provide low output impedance to the other interface panel boards.

5.1.2 Audio Amplifier


The audio amplifier consists of scalar U3 that provides volume control and audio power amplifier IC1. The output of IC1 connects via J1 39 to the output jack and headphones or a loudspeaker. A faceplate potentiometer can be configured to control the level.

5.1.3 Wellhead Pressure and aux channel


U5 and U7 were added to provide means to process a Wellhead pressure and an Auxiliary channel capable of processing 2 and 20 ma signals. 12 VDC current limited supplies are provided by Q1 and Q2.

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ANASW-R9 BLOCK DIAGRAM


ANASW Board CC7
TP1

CC7-23
CC2-30 Line In

C4 P1

U2A P1 - Gain

TP3
U1A

J1-28 J1-9 J1-31 J1-32 J1-33 J1-39

CCL
CC8-5

U1B

CBL1D
CC9-23

U1C

N/C
Spare

U4A

U1D

Noise
CC11-5

N/C J22-36 N/C J22-37 N/C J22-35

For Potentiometer for Noise Audio Volume Audio Amp IC1

U2C

CC12-3

MTT

J42-5
Audio Out

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6 CCL Board
This card provides filtering and amplification of the casing collar signal when it appears as a low frequency signal imposed on the line or from an external source, such as a shooting panel with CCL output. Experience has shown that the CCL signal must be sampled at a rate of at least 20 samples per foot in order to obtain a detailed collar log. The sample rate default value is set in the services.ini file. The CCL card input is connected to the line input via the ANASW card. In addition there is an auxiliary input, which is connected to a BNC connector at the rear of the STIP. This input is used for input of a CCL signal while perforating gun is being run and allows a CCL to be run without the main line enable relay being activated. The output of the card is a filtered and amplified version of the input CCL signal, which is connected to the ADC on the USB44 card in the interface panel.

6.1 Circuit Description


The signal from the ANASW card passes through a passive pre-filter composed of R15, R12, R29, C13, and C14 and is coupled through R19 to analog scalar U3. The signal from the auxiliary input is limited by D1 and D2. It is then connected through C28 and R20 to the analog scalar U3 IC1 is a Digital to Analog Converter that receives commands and data values from the I2C buss of the panel. The DC output of IC1 is buffered in U2A and then normally connected through J2 to U3 to provide software-scaling control for the input CCL signal. In some panels, a front panel potentiometer is connected to J2 and then U3 to provide manual scaling for the CCL input signal. The signal then passes through a six pole, low pass, active filter that has a cut-off frequency of approximately 6 Hz. The final stage is a simple amplifier; the output is connected to the ADC on the USB44 card in the interface panel.

6.1.1 Adjustments and Jumpers


Adjusting the P1 gain pot to mid range should provide adequate response for almost all situations. Jumper J2 is selected to provide scaling for the CCL by a front panel potentiometer or by software through IC1.

The gain (as set by P1) must never be so high as to cause the collar signals to drive the output of U1C to maximum positive or negative output (rail). If this situation occurs, the collar log will be degraded in that the collars will appear clipped and any noise exaggerated.

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6.1.2 Trouble Shooting Hints


The best way to determine a problem area is to connect a signal to the panel (e.g. from a signal generator set to output a 4 Hz sine wave), and trace the signal through the panel and CCL circuit using an oscilloscope. Note that the signal amplitude must drop off rapidly above 8 Hz.

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7 CBL1 Board
The CBL01 card conditions acoustic and analog pulse signals that are subsequently input to the SDSDSP card for data acquisition. The input to the card is connected to the line via the ANASW card. The card outputs three signal channels that are used for sonic sync pulse detection, analog pulse detection, and two channels of sonic signal for amplitude measurement, waveform recording and travel time measurement. The board has three filter sections that are controlled by Warrior software with the USB I2C bus to allow the greatest degree of flexibility for signal processing from different downhole tools.

7.1 Circuit Description


The signal comes from the ANASW board on CC7-9 and arrives on the CBL1DR5 board on CC9-23 (J1-23). It goes to buffer IC2A. The buffer output drives two other buffers, IC2B which drives LINEB, IC2D which goes through selective filtering controlled by IC9 and then to buffer IC2C to become LINESON(acoustic). Signal LINEB supplies the SYNC by going to DAC IC11, pin 18 which controls the gain going to IC3 and IC4, two multiplying DACs, AD7628, configured as programmable filters. IC3, OUTA and OUTB control the gain and Q of the filter made by IC6. IC4, OUTA and OUTB control the cutoff frequency. IC14A, DG403, selects either the high pass output, HPSYNC, or the bandpass output, BPSYNC. IC14B allows the SYNC signal to be inverted, if necessary. The SYNC signal is buffered by IC8B and goes off the board on J1-12, SYNC OUT to the CBL02 board.

7.1.1 LINEB
Signal LINEB also supplies the AUX signal. It goes to pin 4 of DAC IC23 for gain control and on to filter controls IC15 and IC16. The gain of the filter is controlled by IC15, OUTA, the Q is controlled by IC15, OUTB, and the cutoff frequency is controlled by IC16, OUTA and OUTB. The filter has two outputs, HPAUX, high-pass and BPAUX, band-pass. The output is selected by IC18A, DG403, analog switch. IC18B allows inversion of the signal as needed. The signal leaves the board on J130 and goes to the TELA board where telemetry signals are processed. It also goes to DSP INP9, CC14-30. The three filters are controlled by IC21, PCF8574, data register, and IC20, PCF8575, control register. These devices get data from the I2C bus which comes onto the board on J1-16 and J1-17 from the USB44. The filters are under software control through the USB bus and are set up in the tool configuration panel of the Warrior Software.

7.1.2 LINESON
LINESON is processed the same way by IC11, and IC1 and IC7. The ACOUSTIC channel leaves on J1-18 and goes to the CBL02 on CC10-23, threshold control. It also goes out on J1-10 to CC14-8, amplitude to DSP IN1.

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8 CBL2 Board
The CBL02 board provides detection of positive and negative sync pulses. The CBL02 card receives several inputs and performs the functions of sync pulse detection. It receives acoustic signal inputs from the CBL01DR card and analog and digital control signals from the DSP. The card outputs are positive and negative sync detection signals.

8.1 Circuit Description


8.1.1 Sync. Pulse Detection
The signal from J1-12 of the CBL01 card connects to J1-3 of the CBL02 card and goes to the positive input of buffer U2B and the negative input of U2A. U2B supplies comparator U1B to process positive sync signals, and U2A supplies U2A for negative sync signals. The trigger level(s) of the comparator(s) are controlled by the DSP DAC0 signal that is connected to J1-38. This control signal is applied to the inverting input of U2C and then to the inverting inputs of U1A and U1B. In this way any signal appearing on J1-3 larger in amplitude than DAC0 (either positive or negative) will result in an output pulse at either U1A and/or U1B. A potential sync pulse, having been detected in this manner, is then digitized and tested by the DSP for further verification. The actual level of the DAC0 signal is controlled by the DSP script (program) and may be varied to accommodate a variety of downhole tools. The outputs of U1A and U1B go to IC1A and IC1B, 7400 nand gate. The other inputs to the NAND gates are control signals from the DSP that inhibit the interrupts to avoid false sync signals. NEG SYNC and POS SYNC signals are connected to the SDSDSP board by CC10-37(J1-37) and CC1035(J1-35).

8.2 Trouble Shooting Hints


8.2.1 Sync. Pulse Detection
The normal signal may be viewed on TP5 and the output of the comparators at test points TP1 and TP2. Comparison of these signals will indicate the correct (or otherwise) operation of the sync-pulse detection circuits. The DSP DAC signal controlling the detection level may be viewed at pin 38 of the card edge connector.

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9 CBL3
Bond signals are routed from the line to the CBL01 card in the STIP. After one buffer the signal is split into SYNC, ACOUSTIC, and AUX signals. Each signal passes through a programmable filter and a gain stage. The output of the acoustic stage is routed to the DSP to be digitized for amplitude measurements and VDL/waveforms. The CBL02 and CBL03 cards under DSP control do the travel time measurement. The DSP has four analog output channels DAC0 to DAC3. They are used to control the level of the sync pulse discriminators on CBL02. DAC0 controls the negative discriminator and DAC1 controls the positive discriminator.

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10 Audio Board
The board consists of a high pass filter with 3db point around 100 Hz followed by a low pass filter with 3 db point around 20 KHz. The noise board has four outputs. Maximum signal input to the DSP is +2.5 volt DC. With a board input of 20 volt p-p, the range1 output is 5 volt p-p, with gain of 0.25. Range2 is set with a 2 volt p-p input with gain of 2.5. Range3 is 200 mv with gain of 25 and range4 is 20 mv with gain of 250. The software finds the largest signal that is not saturated and uses a Fourier transform to extract the signals in each frequency range.

10.1 Circuit Description


U8 and U9 are voltage regulators that are used to supply the signal amplifiers. They are used to remove any noise that might be on the panel rail supplies so that the noise does not appear on the outputs of the high gain amplifiers. The signal enters the board at J1-5 from the ANASW board. It first passes through a 100 Hz to 20 KHz band pass filter comprised of U1A and U1B. U2 and U6A provide the Range1 output with a gain of .25. U3 and U6B provide the Range2 output with a gain of 2.5. In addition U3 has an offset adjustment to eliminate an signal offset in the following stages. The output of U6B is also feed into U4 and U7A. This stage has a gain of 10, so that the effective output of Range3 is a gain of 25. The output of U7B is also feed into U5 and U7B. This stage also has a gain of 10, so that the effective output of Range4 is a gain of 250. U10 and U11 are normally not installed. If the DG403 analog switches are installed in these positions, signals can be brought onto the board on J1-28 through J1-31 and DSP input channels normally used for noise can be used to process these other signals. Selection of signals would be made from software control on J1-25.

10.2 Board Configuration


Make Sure R5 & R8 are 20K ohm resistors Install 0 Ohm resistors in R2, R4, R18 and R19 positions. U10 and U11 Jumper pins 1-16 & 8-9

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AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM


AUDIO03 Board - J28
J28-5 Input
TP1 Audio X10.0 ANASW J22-32 TP2 Bandpass Filters U1A - U1B Audio X1.0 Amplifier U2 - U6A P1

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DSP J5-32

Amplifier U3 - U6B P2 Amplifier U4 - U7A P3 TP4 Amplifier U5 - U7B P4 TP3

Audio X0.1

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DSP J5-35 Audio X0.1

J28-9
DSP J5-34

J28-22
+15v Regulator U9 - P6

+7.5Volts

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12 TELA Board
The TELA board processes telemetry signals. The downhole communication comes from the DSP and comes in through J1-26. It is amplified and sent directly to the cable on J1-23. C21 is a 400 volt capacitor to decouple line DC. The receive telemetry signal comes off the line on the ANASW board and then goes to the CBL01 board for filtering. It is then routed to the TELA board on J1-1. The receive and transmit signals may be seen on TP-1. The signals are amplified by U1D and buffered by U1D. D1 and D2 limit the voltage swing to 12 volts. The transmit signal is removed by U7 under control of the DSP. U4A and B processes the positive signal and U4D and C processes the negative receive signal. These outputs are processed into one TTL receive signal and sent to the DSP on J113 for decoding. The receive signal may be seen on JP2. RECEIVE SIGNAL SETUP Adjust the oscilloscope to show only the receive signal on channel 1, TP-1 and put channel 2 on TP4, POSPEAK. Overlay the traces and set P2 so the threshold is about 60% of the signal amplitude with both channels on the same sensitivity, one volt per division or less if needed to display the receive signal properly. It may be necessary to increase the signal amplitude with the CBL/BHC SIGNAL pot on the front of the panel to get a good receive signal. Be sure the threshold is above the overshoot of the receive signal. The result is shown below. The negative threshold is set the same way using TP-5 and P3. The amplitude of the receive signal does not have to be set to some exact voltage because the threshold will vary with the signal amplitude always keeping the same relationship to the receive signal.

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13 Power Supply Auxiliary Board
This card receives TTL signals from the CTR board which control the two relays (line enable and power supply polarity). In addition the card also contains the tool current sense amplifier and the line voltage divider. The outs from these drive the front panel meter and are also routed to the CPDC via J3 on the rear panel of the interface. Series 01 Board Gates IC1A, IC1B, and IC1C, control the tool power supply polarity switching via the buffer IC2A and the transistor Q1. The ground return is via a separate connection on pin J1 10 to chassis ground to avoid problems due to the relatively high current drawn by the relay (120 ma). When the front panel switch is in the +ve position pins 1 and 4 of IC1 are grounded. Q1 is therefore held off. With the switch in the -ve position pin 1 of IC1 is pulled high by R13. Q1 is turned on and the relay switches the power supply polarity to negative with respect to ground. With the front panel switch in the center (NC) position, pin 1 of IC1 is held low by R10. Pin 4 of IC1 is held high by R12 and the signal on pin 5 now controls the relay. A high on pin 5 turns Q1 on, switching the relay and hence the tool power polarity to negative. Pin 5 of IC1B is connected to CTR D OUT 7, pin 3 on the D connector, via pin 37 of the board. The Safety Relay, K2, is controlled by CTR D OUT 6, pin 4 on the D connector. This signal drives IC2 pin 3 and hence Q2 and the relay. The relay is connected such that the line is connected to the power supply only when there is a HIGH on D OUT 6. The +5v for the open collector of U2F comes from the computer via pin 20 of the CTR board. In this way the relay cannot be held in unless the computer is connected and turned on. The digital output pins of the CTR are normally low unless set high under program control. The differential amplifier, U1, inverts and amplifies by a factor of ten the voltage across R5, the current sense resistor. The output of U3 drives the digital meter when the front panel switch is in the current position. The potentiometer P1 is used to zero the output of the meter with zero current flowing. The meter (nominally 20 volt) reads 19.99 volts full scale, therefore, as 1ma through R5 results in 10mv. input to the meter, it indicates milliamps (the decimal point is suppressed). When the front panel switch is in the voltage position, the line voltage is divided by a factor of 100 by the resistor network consisting of P2, R8, and R9. For example, one hundred volts at the panel output results in one volt applied to the meter. As the decimal point is suppressed, the meter output

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therefore indicates volts directly. P2 is used to adjust the ratio of the potential divider to give the correct meter reading. Series 02 Boards Series B interface panels have an illuminated panel meter with a full scale of 2 volts. In these panels the differential amplifier has a gain of one and the voltage divider divides by 1000.

PSAUX BLOCK DIAGRAM


PSAUX02 Board - J38
J38-6
K1-8 I Meas Amp U1 P1 Zero Line Current Measurement

J38-28
ADC J3-37 I Meter J43-10

J38-5
Chassis Gnd

J38-1
TB3-3 Line ANASW J22-23 P2

Line Voltage Measurement

J38-24
V Meter ADC J43-9 J3-36

J38-29
+Ve/-Ve Switch J43-3

TPS Polarity Control IC1A,B,C IC3G

J38-31
K1-A

J38-35
+Ve/-Ve Switch J43-2

J38-37
CTR J1-4

J38-33
CTR J1-20

Safety Relay Control IC2B IC3A

J38-32
K2-A

J38-25
CTR J1-3

MTT & FP

J38-17
CTR J1-6

Control IC3E MTT & FP Control IC3F

J38-9
FP J30-7 FP J30-8 MTT J29-7

J38-18
CTR J1-5

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13 Tool Power Supply
The tool power supply consists of a regulator board (TPS), two pass transistors, and the front panel controls to set positive and negative voltage levels and switch output polarity. The regulator is supplied by a small 12 volt transformer and the main power by a 1:2 step up isolation transformer. The two transformers, together with the rectifier and smoothing capacitor are mounted on the rear chassis. The regulator board employs a 317T three terminal regulator in a floating mode, which then drives the power transistors. The 317 maintains 1.2 volts between its terminals 1 and 2 and a constant current flows through P1 and the front panel control potentiometer. As the resistance of the front panel potentiometer is varied the voltage across it varies and the output of the 317 tracks but 1.2 volts higher. This output drives the bases of the two power transistors. The maximum voltage output is limited by the current through the front panel potentiometer and is set by P1 to 300 volts when the front panel control is at maximum resistance. Transistors Q1 and Q2 limit the current output by the supply. When the voltages across R8 and R9 reach the level required to turn on Q1 and Q2, they then steal current from the pass transistors and thus limit the total output current to approximately 300 ma. If the output of the supply is short circuited and maximum current applied, an overload condition will develop after some time. In order to prevent failures of this type, the acquisition software monitors the tool voltage and current and will detect a variety of overload conditions and disconnect the line from the power supply.

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TPS BLOCK DIAGRAM


TPS03 Board - J39
J39-23
V ADJ Pots P1 Set for 250VDC

J39-21
T2 SEC TB2-8

Supply Filtering

K1-9 Regulator

J39-36
Polarity Relay K1-2

J39-7
T2 SEC TB2-7

J39-24 J39-19
Q1 B TB4-4 Drive Transitors Polarity Relay K1-5

J39-16
Q2 B TB4-2

J39-9
Q1 E TB4-3

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15 USBHUB Board
The STIP-F is designed to be operated with a laptop PC over a USB port. The panel has a built in seven port hub. The USBHUB board is mounted in the back of the STIP. It has one uplink port and seven downlink ports. The uplink port is connected to both the front and the rear of the STIP. Relay K1 disconnects the back port when the front one is used. The five volts supplied by the host USB cable energizes the relay. If the PC does not supply this voltage it will be necessary to use the back port. IC1 is a TI TUSB2077 seven port USB controller. As is a 3.3 volt device IC6, MAX882, voltage regulator, supplies this from the five volt supply. IC2, IC3, IC4, IC5, and IC11 (SN75240) are noise suppressors for the various ports. The downlink ports provide five volts as needed. The outputs are protected by F4, F5, F6, and F7, PFRA.030 Shurter resetable fuses. Port J8 is inside the panel because it is dedicated to the Warrior Software dongle. Ports J2, J3, and J4 are used to connect internal devices such as the USB44 board and the DSP board and are not available externally. Three ports are available for external devices such as the Warrior Depth and Tension panel, and plotters which may be operated with a USB to serial cable. The USBHUB is operated as a generic device because it requires no programming. When the PC is plugged into the STIP-F there will be a momentary pause as the Warrior software recognizes the internal devices and downloads the software necessary to operate them.

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16 DEPTH Board
The depth card receives inputs from a quadrature encoder mounted on the measuring head. Its outputs are pulses which are counted by the UPUSBDAQ board in the CPD Panel and a logic signal indicating the direction of cable movement. A 4-20 ma signal from a pressure transducer in the weight indicator circuit may also be input to this board. Its output is routed to the UPUSBDAQ board in the CPD Panel and a line tension signal may be generated.

16.1 Depth
The quadrature signal from the encoder is input on pins 3 and 25 of the card. IC13 and IC1 drive the SR flip flop, the output of which is a pulse train at the rate of the encoder output. The depth information comes from a quadrature encoder mounted on the measuring head. Its outputs are pulses that come in on J1-10 and 11 and go to IC1 LS7084, quadrature clock converter. IC1 decodes the direction of cable movement which goes to IC1 as DIR and sends pulses, PPR, to UPUSBAQ board the counter, U1, pin 15, to monitor line speed. The tension signal may be a 4-20 ma current loop, R4, 24.9 ohms installed, or a strain gauge, with C13 - 2uf installed. The signal is amplified by U2 and digitized by IC2 channel 6. The USB controller, IC1, sends the depth, line speed, and direction and tension information to the PC. Pull-up resistors, R5, R6, R7, and R8, are provided for encoders with open collector outputs. J2, J3 and J4 are used to select 5 or 12 volt encoder operation. When the SDS Depth and Line Tension Panel is present the line tension signal, line speed and direction information is generated by this panel and routed to the PC directly on the USB bus.

16.2 Line Tension


The line weight signal (4-20 ma) passes through R4 producing a voltage at the input of the differential amplifier U2. R9 and C2 filter the output of U2, which is then buffered by the follower IC2. 4ma through R9 gives an input of 0.099 volts into the differential amplifier. The amplifier has a gain of 10, therefore the card output should be approximately one volt with zero line weight

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DEPTH BLOCK DIAGRAM


DEPTH02 Board J21
J7-A
Encoder A

J21-3
PU IC1 IC2 IC3 +5 JP1 +15 JP2 Encoder PullUps +5 JP4 Encoder JP3 Power PPR UpDn

J21-14
CTR J1-19

J21-26
CTR J1-299

Encoder B

J21-26
Encoder J7-D

J7-B J8-A J8-C

J21-25
Tension Amp U1 Offset - P1

PU

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17 USBAQ Board
17.1 USB Operation
IC1, the USB controller, is connected to the USBHUB through J1-14 and 15. IC11 is a noise suppressor for the serial line. IC5 contains the identity code for the board so that the Warrior software can identify it and download the proper software into the memory on IC1. The controller is constantly monitoring the counters and the ADC channels. The one MHZ is used as a time base to scale the counts. The controller communicates with the serial DACs on Analog Switch Board over the I2C serial bus to J1-16 and 17. Q1 and Q2 pull up the voltage from 3.3 to 5 volts. IC6 is a regulator for the 3.3 volts needed by IC1. IC9 decodes the address for the serial Mux, IC2 selecting the channel to be read by the ADC, U3. The USBAQ board contains a 16 channel ADC, two three channel counters, and the depth and tension processing circuitry. When the computer is plugged into the USB port the Warrior software will recognize the board and download a program into the USB controller. The controller will continuously monitor these devices and send the information to the PC. The data may be viewed in the MONITOR DEVICES DAMUPCI window. The ADC is U3, AD976, a 16 bit, 10 usec devices. The signals to be digitized come from IC2, HI506, analog multiplexer, which allows processing of 16 channels. Three channels are dedicated to line tension, tool voltage and tool current. The rest are available for customer tool signals. The digitized signals are sent to the PC by the USB controller, IC1, AN2131Q. There are two three channel counters, CS82C54, U1, and U2. The Line speed and a 1MHZ clock are processed by IC1. Three channels are available for pulse too.

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18 UPDSPAUX Board
18.1 DSPAUX R2
This board contains the signal processing hardware for the DSP. Acoustic signals are digitized and sent to the DSP board where they go to the host computer via the USB port. The ADC is a 12 bit, 1.25 mega samples per second device which allows a maximum sample rate of about one sample per microsecond. Analog signals, IN1 to IN16, come in on the bottom edge connector, J1, and are routed to IC5, HI516, analog multiplexer, which selects one channel for the DAC IC2, MX7847JN and then on to the ADC IC1, LT1410. The DAC provides variable gain for the ADC. The other DAC channel and both channels from DAC IC3 go out J1 to control gains and filtering on other boards. The DSP communicates with the ADC through IC9, M4A5-64/32 FPGA, which contains logic to send #CONVST to start a conversion when #BUSY goes high indicating the ADC is ready. The digitized word is put on the data bus, D(0-11), and goes to FIFOs, IC13 and IC14, 64K x 9, where it is converted to a 16 bit word. The data goes to the DSP over the XD(0-15) bus from J2, 40 pin header connector which is connected to the DSP board. The DSP board passes the data to the PC over the USB bus. The DSP communicates with the DACs over the XD bus. IC16 decodes the chip select signals for the two DACs. IC11, IC12 and IC15 allow communication via the board edge connector, J1, to other boards in the STIP. These are used control things like signal polarity and sync polarity.

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19 UPDSP Board
This card contains a TI DSP which does signal processing tasks to free up PC resources. When a service is selected software for it is downloaded to the DSP external memory over the USB bus. Signal gain and filtering are controlled from here. Pulse, CBL and Telemetry signals are processed here.

19.1 Series R3 Boards


The early boards use Tyco power supplies to derive the 3.3 volts and the 1.8 volts for the DSP. The 1.8 supply requires a resistor to set the voltage.

19.2 Series R4Boards


The DSP is a TI TMS320C6201GJC200. It is a 352 pin BGA device which is soldered to an adapter so it can be plugged into a socket on the board. Communication with the board is handled by U15, CY7C64603, USB controller. IC9, M4A3-64/32 FPGA routes control signals to various destinations. IC7, 24LC00P, contains the address of the board so the Warrior software knows what it is and downloads the right data. Each USB device has a unique code except the hub, which is operated as a generic device because it requires no programming. IC8 is a noise suppressor for the USB bus. U3 and U4 make up 8 MB SDRAM memory for the DSP. IC4 and IC5 make up a 32 bit data transceiver to receive data from the DSPAUX board from J6. The A to D converters are 12 bit so data is converted to 32 bit for the DSP.

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20 Simulator Box
The USB Simulator connects to the USB port of the system pc and receives 5-volt power up to 500ma from it. Tool waveforms can be downloaded and then played back in analog form through the line or directly into the system. Outputs to test the Depth Encoder and Tension are also provided.

FIG: 20.1 Simulator When the USB Simulator is powered up by plugging it into the USB port of a PC or the USB HUB of a Warrior Interface panel, it goes through a two-step enumeration according to the device code found on EPROM IC5. Double clicking the SIMULATOR icon in the Warrior panel will bring up the control window.

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FIG: 20.2 Simulator Controls Select LOAD and choose the tool waveform from a list. These files are located in the Warrior Bin directory.

FIG: 16.3 Simulator tool files

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FIG: 20.4 Power Control

FIG: 20.5 Outputs

To playback the waveform press the START button. There are slides for Encoder Speed and Output Gain. The Encoder speed will depend on what number is input for pulses/foot. 120 should give a reasonable range. If less speed is needed change the number to 600 pulses per foot. There is a button for high and long range. Low range will provide speeds less than 100 feet per minute. There is a button for changing the direction, up/down. The Depth Encoder power from the interface panel lights an LED or both if it is twelve volts.

20.1 Circuit Description


The simulator gets its intelligence from IC1 a Cypress AN2131Q EZ-USB controller with 8k of internal ram. An external 128k x 8 static ram, IC2 - CY71019B is used to store waveform data. IC5 - 24LC00P, EPROM is used to store the USB address code so the device enumerates as a Simulator and not as something else.

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IC6 provides 3.3 volts for most of the logic from the USB 5 volt supply. A DC-DC Converter supplies +/- 12 volts from the 5 volts supplied by the USB port. An external 5-volt supply can be used if it is needed. The encoder frequency is set by OUT0 from DAC, MAX519. The DAC output goes to a voltage divider to reduce the 0 to 5 volt swing to 0 to 1 volt for the V to F converter, IC10, AD654. Software controls the high and low range of the encoder speed. The output frequency goes to IC9B, buffer, and then is split and one side inverted. One side goes to IC12A, and the other to IC12B, SN74LS74, dual D flip flop. These are wired to give two wave trains 90 degrees apart. The A signal goes to Encoder Out A. The B side goes to IC9A where PA5 sets direction. When PA5 is changed the output of IC9A will be inverted. That is how UP/DOWN is controlled. The signal then goes to Encoder Out B. IC7 and IC8 test the ENCODER voltage, lighting one led if it is five volts, or both leds if it is twelve volts. The encoder pulses are derived from the supply voltage. A 5 volt supply produces 5 volt pulses and a 12 volt supply produces 12 volt pulses. SDA and SCL from IC1 control the DAC. IC4 address lines: 01000000 address byte. PA6 controls IC14, DG411, switch. It connects R32 for 20ma and disconnects it for 2ma. The 12 volts from the STIP is converted to a current by IC7, LM317 to furnish the output signal. The circuit will accept a 24 input also. The data loaded into the ram, IC2, is sent to the DAC a byte at a time and reproduces whatever waveform has been recorded. The chip enable comes off A15 to allow memory paging. It is inverted. Write enable and out enable are active low. A15 is used because we are only interested in high addresses. A16 comes from PC1/TXDO. R36 was added to shift the DC offset of the DAC to zero. The signal is sent from the DAC to U2A, TL082P, op amp, and then to U3, AD633, and voltage multiplier, through a 1K resistor. The multiplier voltage is supplied by IC4, serial DAC, and OUT1, which set the output gain. The signal then goes to U2B and IC3, BUF634, op amps to the line out connector.

Cable to Encoder and Line Weight:

20.2 SIMULATOR Hookups


5 PIN MALE - Tension -------------------------Interface Panel

A TENSION SIGNAL GROUND REF ----------A B TENSION SIGNAL OUT -----------------------B C tied to E ------------------------------------------C D +12 VOLTS IN------------------------------------D E GROUND ------------------------------------------E 7 PIN MALE Depth Encoder A ENCODER-A B ENCODER-B C N/C D ENCODER POWER IN E - GROUND

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FIG: 20.6 USB SIM R2 board layouts

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FIG: 20.7 USB SIM R2 Schematic

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FIG: 20.8 USB SIM R2 Schematic

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21 Recorder
21.1 Warrior Line Signal Recorder Service
With the Recorder service, it is possible to make a recording of the line signal with minimal filtering. The recording can then be used to make a Simulator file to play back into the system through the Scientific Data Systems Simulator Box. Or the recorded file can be sent to Scientific Data Systems to check the tool telemetry or set up a new service for the tool telemetry. The recorder service is not normally installed as one of the default services. The service can be imported through the Service Editor.

FIG: 21.1 Select Edit logging Details To install the Service Editor, go to Warrior Utilities and click on [Edit Logging Service Details]. To Import the Recorder Service, Click on Service ->Import. From the Warrior\Config folder, choose the CH USB 70.WSV file and click the [ Open ] button. From the service import list, choose the Recorderservice. It will then be added as the last service in your active service list. The Service Editor and Utilities can now be closed. If Acquisition is open, it will have to be closed and then reopened before the Recorder service will be available.

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FIG: 21.2 Service\Import

FIG: 21.3 Import Recorder service To make a line recording, start Acquisition and select Service -> Recorder. When the Tool String editor comes up, click [ Save ] or [ Exit ], there are no tools to select or edit. In the Acquisition window click on Action -> Power Control and enable the line in the normal manner. Adjust tool power for proper operating voltage and current for the tool that you are using. The Recorder Threshold window will show a sample of the signal that will be recorded. No adjustments are necessary in the Recorder Threshold window.

FIG: 21.4 Recorder

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FIG: 21.5 Set up Signal Recorder There are two other windows that come up when the Recorder service is started. These are the Panel Controls window and the Signal Recorder Setup window. The Panels Controls are not normally used unless the default Input Channel is changed from 15 to a channel that corresponds to the Sync, Aux, or Sonic input channels. This will be discussed further later. There are 4 settings in the Signal Recorder Setup window that can be adjusted. If any of these settings are changed, the [Apply Settings] button must be clicked before the recording is done, otherwise the original settings are used. The Input Channel is the selected DSP input channel (0 to 15). These channels are hard wired within the Warrior Interface Panel. Channel 15 comes from the ANASW board. The signal has been capacitive decoupled from the line and ran through a buffer. It is as true a raw signal as the system can digitize. The Sample Rate is how often the DSP will digitize the incoming signal. A 5us rate is appropriate for most recordings. It should not be set to lower than 3us. Signals may be attenuated on the DSP before they are digitized. Before doing a recording, the Attenuation setting should be adjusted to maximize the signal in the Recorder Threshold Window. The signal should not go to the top or the bottom of the window. The smaller the Attenuation setting value, the larger the signal will be. An Attenuation of 100 will not show any signal and will not give a usable recording. The record time is the number of seconds that the signal is recorded. When settings have been adjusted as needed and the [Apply Settings] button has been set, the next step is to click the [Record] Button. You will need to select a file name to save the file. It is recommended that the file extension show the sample rate so that the file can be played back at the appropriate rate to give a valid recording such as 5us for a 5-microsecond sample rate. Once the [Save] button is clicked, the recording will start and continue for the number of seconds set in the Record Time setting. The Record Time will count down showing the number of seconds left to record until the recording is complete.

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FIG: 21.6 Save the Recorder signal

The following is a list of the Hard Wired DSP channels in the SDS Interface Panel.

Input Channel 0 2 3 4 5 6 8 15

Signal Sonic Amplitude Audio X10 Audio X1 Sync / Pulse Audio X.1 Audio X.01 AUX ANASW Signal

Note Configurable Filter

Configurable Filter

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21.2 Converting Recordings to SDS Simulator Box Files


The recording must first be converted from a DSP recording to a WAV file and then the file must be edited to fit a format needed by the simulator box. In Warrior\Bin32 is SIMConvert.exe that will read in a recording and write a WAV file. Click on the [Load Oscope File] button to select the DSP recording. After loading the file and before writing the 8 Bit Wave file, be sure that the sample period matches the sample rate done during the recording. For simple recordings, the difference in the Start Sample and Stop Sample should be less than 128000, since this is the maximum number of samples the Simulator box can hold. Click the [Write 8 bit Wave] button to write the file. If this is a simple file, it can be saved with a .SIM extension and used directly by the Simulator Box.

FIG: 21.7 SIM convert

FIG: 21.8 Open

FIG: 21.9 Save As

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With more complex recordings, it may be necessary to use a Wave Editor to view and modify the recording before converting it to a simulator file. The Warrior software does not include a waveform editor, but there are many free editors available through the Internet. The following Internet link is a down load for a very versatile editor - http://www.yamahasynth.com/download/twe.html. If the signal being recorded has a periodic rate, the waveform should be edited to start before a given point in the period of the signal and to end before the same point at a number of cycles later in time and keep below the 128,000-sample limit of the Simulator Box. The waveform editor could also be used to adjust the amplitude of the recording or insert or enhance features in the recording, such as gamma pulses in a bond tool recording.

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22 Wire List
Wire List For USB Upgrade STIP
Single Conductor Tool Interface With K1 & K2 Relays April 2004 AC Line In J17
J17-1 J17-2 J17-3 SW4-1 J45-1 Chassis Gnd Pwr SW Fuse 1 AC Plug Neutral AC Plug Line AC Plug Ground

AC Power Distribution TB1


TB1-1 TB1-2 TB1-3 TB1-4 TB1-5 TB1-6 TB1-7 TB1-8 Rear Fan Rear Fan SW5-4 SW5-2 D1-3 TB1-7 TB1-6 D1-1 J60-1 J60-3 TB2-3 TB2-5 T1 Sec T1 Sec CT T1 Sec CT T1 Sec SW5-3 SW5-1 T1 Pri T1 Pri 5V PS - Tool Pwr 5V PS - Tool Pwr SW5 Tool Pwr SW5 Tool Pwr

Tool Power Transformer T1


T1 Pri T1 Pri T1 Sec T1 Sec T1 Sec CT T1 Sec CT T1 Shield TB1-3 TB1-4 TB1-5 TB1-8 TB1-6 TB1-7 Chassis Gnd Tool Power Primary Tool Power Primary Tool Power Sec Tool Power Sec

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Rear Fan
Rear Fan Rear Fan TB1-1 TB1-2

Tool Power Distribution TB2


TB2-3 TB2-4 TB2-5 TB2-6 TB2-7 TB2-8 T2 T2 T2 T2 Sec Sec Pri Pri TB1-3 T2 Pri TB1-4 T2 Pri T2 Sec T2 Sec TB2-4 TB2-6 TB2-7 TB2-8 TB2-4 TB2-3 TB2-6 TB2-5 J39-7 J39-21 FP Xform Pri FP Xform Pri Unreg Tool PS Unreg Tool PS

Isolation Transformer T2

Line Termination TB3


TB3-1 TB3-2 TB3-3 TB3-4 TB3-5 TB3-6 J6 TB3-3 TB3-2 R2-1(50) R2-2(50) J12 J22-23 R1-1(300) R1-2(300) K1-7 K2-7 J30-10 J41-1 J41-2 Line ANASW/TPS HI/LOW Sw HI/LOW Sw

D1 Rectifier
D1-1 D1-2 D1-3 D1-4 TB1-8 C1 (+) TB1-5 C1 (-)

C1
C1 (+) C1 (-) R3 1(330K) D1-2 R3 2(330K) D1-4 J45-2 J39-37

R1 300 Ohm
R1-1 R1-2 TB3-3 TB3-4

R2 50 Ohm
R2-1 R2-2 TB3-4 TB3-5

R3 330K Ohm
R3-1 R3-2 C1 (+) C1 (-)

K1 Polarity Relay
K1-A K1-B K1-1 K1-2 K1-3 K1-4 K1-5 K1-6 K1-7 K1-8 K1-9 J38-31 J38-36 K1-5 K1-4 J44-1 K1-2 K1-1 J44-2 TB3-5 J38-6 J39-23 Polarity Control +12V TP Low TP High POS Adj TP High TP Low Neg Adj Wiper(1/4) Line Wiper(2/5) I Meas Wiper(3/6) TP Adj

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Chassis GND
T1 Shield J4-29 J38-5 J17-3 J1-2 J60-2 J3-7 J5-11 Chassis Ground at T1

K2 Safety Relay
K2-A K2-B K2-1 K2-4 K2-6 K2-7 K2-9 J38-32 J38-39 15V Common J30-12 15V PS Transformer AC NEU TB3-1 Line Enable Lamp Safety Control +12V GND Line Termination AC Line Line Out Line Enable Lamp

Tool Voltage Transistors TB4


TB4-1 TB4-2 TB4-3 TB4-4 TB4-5 TB4-6 J39-11 J39-16 J39- 9 J39-19 Q1-C J45-3 Q1-e Q1-b Q1-e Q1-b R2-1 R2-2 Q1-e Q1-b Q1-e Q1-b Q1-C & Q1-C

Q1-C

CTR J1
J1-1 J1-2 J1-3 J1-4 J1-5 J1-6 J1-7 J1-8 J1-9 J1-10 J1-11 J1-16 J1-19 J1-20 J1-29 J1-35 J1- 35 J1-11 J38-25 J38-37 J38-18 J38-17 J25-35 J25-36 J25-37 J25-38 J1-2 J27-35 J21-14 J38-33 J21-26 J1-1 Chassis GND IR Input IR Enable D OUT 7 D OUT 6 D OUT 5 D OUT 4 D OUT 3 D OUT 2 D OUT 1 D OUT 0 GND CTR3 GT CTR2 IN 5V D IN 0 CTR1 Out Safety Loop GND Warrior Line Enable Power Polarity Routing BIT05 Routing BIT04 Routing BIT03 Routing BIT02 Routing BIT01 Routing BIT00 GND TT Detect Depth PPR Safety Enable Depth UPDN Safety Loop

FreepToolReset FreepBoardEnable TelaEnable

Spare J2 Line J6
J6 TB3-1 UHF Line Connector

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Encoder J7
J7- A J7- B J7- D J7- F J21-3 J21-25 J21-17 J21-42 CHA (Shielded) CHB (Shielded) ENCODER POWER GND (Shield)

Line Weight J8
J8-A J8-B J8-D J8-E J21-5 J21-9 J21-44 J21-42 Tension + Tension EXCITATION +12 GND

DAS J3
J3-7 J3-11 J3-12 J3-13 J3-14 J3-15 J3-16 J3-17 J3-18 J3-19 J3-28 J3-29 J3-31 J3-33 J3-34 J3-35 J3-36 J3-37 J3-19 J4-11 J4-12 J4-13 J4-14 J4-15 J4-16 J4-17 J4-18 J3-7 J3-7 J3-28 J21-10 J29-18 J30-4 CCL-27 J38-24 J38-28 J3 28 Chassis Ground CH 15 CH 14 CH 13 CH 12 CH 11 CH 10 CH 9 CH 8 GND ADC 16 ADC 15 ADC 14 ADC 13 ADC 12 ADC 11 ADC 10 ADC 9 GND GND GND ADC 7 - LTENS ADC 5 - MTT ADC 4 - FP ADC 3 - CCL ADC 2 - LVOLT ADC 1 - LCURR

J3 29 CH CH CH CH CH CH 6 4 3 2 1 0

ADC J4
J4-11 J4-12 J4-13 J4-14 J4-15 J4-16 J4-17 J4-18 J4-29 J3-11 J3-12 J3-13 J3-14 J3-15 J3-16 J3-17 J3-18 Chassis Ground ADC 16 ADC 15 ADC 14 ADC 13 ADC 12 ADC 11 ADC 10 ADC 9 GND

Line J12
J12 TB3-1 Line

SYNC J13
J13 J26-3 SYNC Back Panel

SPARE J14
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J5-1 J5-4 J5-7 J5-9 J5-11 J5-12 J5-13 J5-14 J5-15 J5-16 J5-17 J5-18 J5-19 J5-25 J5-26 J5-27 J5-28 J5-29 J5-30 J5-31 J5-32 J5-34 J5- 35 J5- 36 J5- 37 J26-27 TELA-26 J25-30 J27-37 J5-12 J5-11 J5-12 J5-13 J5-14 J5-15 J5-16 J5-17 J5-18 J26-39 J26-38 J27-30 J27-34 J27-38 J25-10 J25-18 J28- 7 J28- 9 J28- 8 J25-12 J28- 6 CBL02 TELA CBL1DR5 CBL3 Chassis Ground J5-13 J5-14 J5-15 J5-16 J5-17 J5-18 J5-19 CBL2 CBL2 CBL3 CBL3 CBL3 IN0 IN1 IN2 IN7 IN6 IN4 IN5 Invert Control DAC02 AUX Channel Out Sync Detected GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND TT Level Sync Level -CGCLEAR -CGPRESET -SYNCINH Amp Signal Invert Amp Signal Audio 1.0 Audio 0.01 Audio 0.1 Sync/Pulse Signal Audio 10

CCL J16
J16 J23-7 PASSIVE CCL IN

DEPTH J21
J21-3 J21-5 J21-9 J21-10 J21-14 J21-17 J21-25 J21-26 J21-42 J21-44 J7- A J8-A J8-B J3-31 J1-19 J7- D J7- B J1-29 J7- F J8- D CHA (Shielded) Tension + Tension LTENS Depth PPR ENCODER POWER CHB (Shielded) Depth UPDN GND (Shield) (+12V)

J8-E

ANASW J22
J22-9 J22-23 J22-28 J22-32 J22-33 J22-35 J22-39 J25-23 TB3-2 J23-5 J28-5 J29-3 J42-1 J42-3 J38-1 TELA-23 CBL Drive Line In CCL Drive AUDIO Drive MTT Drive Speaker Jack Ground Speaker Jack Output

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CCL J23
J23-5 J23-7 J23-27

(May Be J24) J22--28 J16 J3-35 (May Be J23) J22-23 J5-4 J1-7

CCL IN PASSIVE CCL IN CCL OUT

TELA J24
J24-23 J24-26 J24-28

Line Driver OUT DSP-DAC02 CTR-TelaEnable

CBL01 J25
J25-10 J25-12 J25-16 J25-17 J25-18 J25-19 J25-20 J25-21 J25-22 J25-23 J25-30 J25-41 J25-42 J24-43 J25-44 J5-30 J5-36 CCL-16 CCL-17 J26-23 J25-41 J25-42 J24-43 J25-44 J22-9 J5-7 J25-19 J25-20 J25-21 J25-22 J26-3 J22-16 J22-17 J5-31 DSP IN0 DSP IN4 J1-25 J1-26 DSP IN1 Amp Signal Sync/Pulse Signal SCL - I2C Clock SCL - I2C DATA Amp Sig / Invert Amp Sig (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS Signal In from ANASW Sonic AUX (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS

DSP IN8

CBL02 J26
J26-3 J26-19 J26-20 J26-21 J26-22 J26-23 J26-27 J26-29 J26-31 J26-33 J26-38 J26-39 J26-41 J26-42 J24-43 J26-44 J25-12 J26-41 J26-42 J24-43 J26-44 J25-18 J5-1 J27-7 J27-11 J27-9 J30-1 J30-2 J26-19 J26-20 J26-21 J26-22 J13 Sync/Pulse Signal (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS Amp Sig / Invert Amp Sig Invert Control TDET NEGATIVE POSITIVE Sync Level TT Level (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS

J5-31

DSP IN1

J5-26 J5-25

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CBL03 J27
J27-7 J27-9 J27-11 J27-19 J27-20 J27-21 J27-22 J27-30 J27-34 J27-35 J27-37 J27-38 J27-41 J27-42 J24-43 J27-44 J26-29 J26-33 J26-31 J27-41 J27-42 J24-43 J27-44 J5-27 J5-28 J1-16 J5-9 J5-29 J27-19 J27-20 J27-21 J27-22 TDET POSITIVE NEGATIVE (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS -CGCLEAR -CGPRESET TT Detected Sync Detected -SYNCINH (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS

Noise J28
J28-5 J28-6 J28-7 J28-8 J28-9 J28-19 J28-20 J28-21 J28-22 J28-41 J28-42 J24-43 J28-44 J22-35 J5-37 J5-32 J5-35 J5-34 J28-41 J28-42 J24-43 J28-44 J28-19 J28-20 J28-21 J28-22 DSP IN5 DSP IN2 DSP IN6 DSP IN7 AUDIO IN Audio 10 Audio 1.0 Audio 0.1 Audio 0.01 (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS

MTT J29
J29-3 J29-18 J29-19 J29-20 J29-21 J29-22 J29-41 J29-42 J24-43 J29-44 J22-33 J3-33 J29-41 J29-42 J24-43 J29-44 J29-19 J29-20 J29-21 J29-22 MTT IN ADC 5 - MTT (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS

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AE FreePoint J30
J30-1 J30-2 J30-4 J30-7 J30-8 J30-10 J30-12 J30-17 J30-18 J30-19 J30-20 J30-21 J30-22 J30-41 J30-42 J24-43 J30-44 J26-38 J26-39 J3-34 J38-9 J38-7 TB3-2 K2-4 Freepoint Transformer Secondary Freepoint Transformer Secondary J30-41 J30-42 J24-43 J30-44 J30-19 J30-20 J30-21 J30-22 J22-23 Chassis Gnd K1-8 J30-8 J43-5 J30-7 J38-11 J43-4 J38-10 J38-20 J1-6 J1-5 J25-1 J38-41 J38-42 J24-43 J38-44 J43-9 J3-36 J1-3 J43-10 J3-37 J43-3 K1-A K2-A J1-20 J43-2 K1-B J1-4 K2-B J38-19 J38-20 J38-21 J38-22 Signal Drive Zero Control ADC 4 - FP Line Control Set Tool Control

(+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS

PSAUX J38
J38-1 J38-5 J38-6 J38-7 J38-8 J38-9 J38-10 J38-11 J38-17 J38-18 J38-19 J38-20 J38-21 J38-22 J38-24 J35-25 J38-28 J38-29 J38-31 J38-32 J38-33 J38-35 J38-36 J38-37 J38-39 J38-41 J38-42 J24-43 J38-44 Line Voltage Sens GND I Meas FP/MTT CNTL (+/-) VE SW Pin 3 5V PU FP/MTT CNTL GND (+/-) VE SW Pin 2 J43-11 GND Routing BIT04 Routing BIT05 (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS ADC 2 - LVOLT Volt Meter INHI Warrior Line Enable ADC 1 - LCURR Current Meter INHI (+/-) VE SW Pin 1 Polarity Control Safety Control Safety Enable (+/-) VE SW Pin 4 +12V D OUT 6 Power Polarity +12V (+) 5 Volts BUS GND BUS (-) 12 Volts BUS (+) 12 Volts BUS

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TPS J39
J39--7 J39-9 J39-11 J39-16 J39-19 J39-21 J39-23 J39-24 J39-36 J39-37 TB2-7 TB4-3 TB4-1 TB4-2 TB4-4 TB2-8 K1-9 K1-5 J39-37 J39-36 Unreg Tool PS Q1 e Q2 e Q2 b Q1 b Unreg Tool PS V Adj Pots Line Voltage Out Line Voltage Out Line Voltage Out

J44-3 K1-2

C1 (-)

+15/-15 Power Supply


Out+ S+ S+ RTN COM S- RTN SOutTran Pri Tran Pri S+ Out+ P61-4 COM S+ RTN S- RTN P61-2 COM K2-1 OutP61-3 SK2-6 5V Trans Pri 5V Trans Pri +15 Volt +15 Volt GND GND GND -15 Volt -15 Volt

+5 Power Supply
OutSS+ Out+ Trans Pri Trans Pri SOutOut+ S+ P60-1 P60-3 P60-2 P61-1 15V Trans Pri 15V Trans Pri GND GND +5 Volt +5 Volt

Tool Power AC J60


J60-1 J60-2 J60-3 TB1-1 Chassis-Gnd TB1-2 AC Power GND AC Power

Power Supplies AC P60


P60-1 P60-2 P60-3 P61-1 P61-2 P61-3 P61-4 +5 Trans Pri 5V Out+5 Trans Pri Pos 5v 15V Com 15V Out15V Out+ AC In GND AC In Pos 5v PS DC Ground Neg 15v PS Pos 15v PS

Power Supplies DC P61

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HIGH/LOW Switch J41


J41-1 J41-2 TB3-3 TB3-4 HI/LOW Sw HI/LOW Sw

Speaker Jack
Phono (-) Phono (+) J22-35 J22-39 Speaker Jack Ground Speaker Jack Hot

Meters and Polarity Switch J43


J43--1 J43--2 J43--3 J43--4 J43--5 J43--7 J43--8 J43--9 J43--10 J43--11 J43--12 J38--42 J38--35 J38--29 J38--10 J38--8 J38--20 J38--41 J38--24 J38--28 J38--11 J38--19 (+/-) VE SW Pin 5&6 (+/-) VE SW Pin 4 (+/-) VE SW Pin 1 GND (+/-) VE SW Pin 2 5V PU (+/-) VE SW Pin 3 GND V Meter INLO +5v V Meter V+ L Voltage V Meter INHI L Current C Meter INHI GND C Meter INLO +5v C Meter V+ GND

Volage Adjust J44


J44-1 J44-2 J44-3 K1-3 K1-6 J39-36 POS ADJ. P7 NEG. ADJ. P8 TP High

Fuse Inputs J45


J45-1 J45-2 J45-3 J17-2 C1(+) TB4-6 AC Plug Line Line Voltage Line Voltage

Line Enable Indicator LP3


LP3-1 K2-9 Line Enable Indicator

Line Enable Indicator LP3


LP3-2 SW4-3 Line Enable Indicator

Front Panel Checkout

CCW

J22 35 Speaker Jack GND Speaker Jack Hot

P42 4 GND Speaker

J47 Speaker Jack


J22-35 J22-39

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Meters and Polarity Switch P43


P43-1 P43-2 P43-3 P43-4 P43-5 P43-7 P43-8 P43-9 P43-10 P43-11 P43-12 SW6 5&6 SW6 4 SW6 1 SW6 2 SW6 3 V Meter INLO V Meter V+ V Meter INHI C Meter INHI C Meter INLO C Meter V+

(-) VE AUTO (+) VE Switch SW6


1 2 3 4 5 6 J38-29 J38-10 J38- 8 J38-35 J38-42 J38-42 J38- 20 J38- 24 J38- 41 J38- 11 J38- 28 J38- 19 GND (+) 5V GND (+) 5V

Voltage Meter
INLO INHI V+

Current Meter
INLO INHI V+

Voltage Adjust P44


P44-1 P44-2 P44-3 +VE ADJUST CCW '-VE ADJUST CCW +VE ADJ CT J39 36 K1 3 +VE Adjust CT K1 6 F1-1 F2-1 F2-2 P45-1 SW4-3 F2-1 F2-2 J17-1 LP1-1 F1-2 LP1-2
J17 2 C1 (+) TB4 6

POS ADJ. NEG. ADJ. TP High TP High TP Adj - K1 3 TP High TP Adj - K1 6 Main Fuse Tool Fuse Tool Fuse Main Fuse 2.5A Main Fuse 2.5A Tool Fuse .5A Tool Fuse .5A AC Plug Neutral

+VE Adjust
CT to CW CCW

-VE Adjust
CT to CW CCW

Fuse Inputs P45


P45-1 P45-2 P45-3 F1-1 F1-2

F1 Main Fuse

F2 Tool Fuse
F2-1 F2-2 SW4-1 SW4-2 SW4-3 SW4-4

SW4 Main Panel Switch


LP3 1

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LP1 Main Power Indicator


LP1-1 LP1-2 SW4-2 SW4-4

SW5 Tool Power Switch


SW5-1 SW5-2 SW5-3 SW5-4 TB1-2 TB1-4 TB1-1 TB1-3 Front-Fan LP2-1 Front-Fan LP2-2

Front Fan
Front-Fan Front-Fan SW5-1 SW5-3

LP2 Tool Power Indicator


LP2-1 LP2-2 SW5-2 SW5-4

LP3 Line Enable Indicator


LP3-1 LP3-2 SW4-2 P46

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Single Conductor Tool Interface Panel With PRELAYS Board MARCH 24, 2005 BACK PANEL CONNECTORS J17 - AC Line In
J17-1 J17-2 J17-3 SW4-2 P45-1 TB2-1
{F1-1}

Chassis GND (Thru Mounting) {GND}

AC Line Neutral AC Line Load Ground

J7 - Encoder
J7-A J7-B J7-C J7-D J7-E J7-F J7-G J21- 3 J21-25 ---J21-17 ---J21-42 TB2-2 CHA (Shielded Red) CHB (Shielded Black) ENCODER POWER
{GND, J8-E} {GND}

GND Shield

J8 - Line Tension
J8-A J8-B J8-C J8-D J8-E J21- 5 J21- 9 ---J21-44 J21-42 Tension Tension +
{+12V}

{GND J7-F}}

+12V (Tension Excitation) GND

J6 - Line UHF
J6 TB3 1
{J12, J38A-27}

UHF Line Connector

J12 - Line BNC


J12 TB3-1
{J6, J38A-27}

Line BNC Connector

J13 - SYNC
J13 J26- 3
{J25-12, J5-36}

SYNC

Back Panel

J16 - CCL (Passive Input)


J16 J23- 7 PASSIVE CCL Input

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J2 - SPARE J9 - SPARE J14 - SPARE J15 - SPARE Rear Fan


Rear Fan Rear Fan TB1-1 TB1-2 AC Power, Load AC Power, Neutral Used for Multi-Conductor

J1 - CTR
J1- 1 J1-35 J1- 2 J1-11 J1- 3 TB2-3 J1- 4 J38-37 J1- 5 J38-18 J1- 6 J38-17 J1- 7 TELA-28 J1- 8 J1- 9 J1-10 J1-11 J1- 2 J1-12 ---J1-13 ---J1-14 ---J1-15 ---J1-16 J27-35 J1-19 J21-14 J1-25 J22-16 J1-26 J22-17 J1-28 ---J1-29 J21-26 J1-35 J1- 1 * Not used on DAMUPCI TB2 1 *IR Input *IR Enable {J38-25, ACSW+}D OUT 7 D OUT 6 D OUT 5 {J25- 1} D OUT 4 D OUT 3
{GND}

Safety Loop GND Line Enable Power Polarity CNTL Pulse - FP Set - BIT05 FP Enable - Routing BIT04 TelaEnable

{GND, TB2-1} GND

** ** ** ** CTR3 GT CTR2 IN J23-16 J23-17 J25-16 J25-17

GND CTR2 Gate CTR2 CTR1 Gate CTR1 TT Detected Depth PPR I2C Clock I2C Data

PA7 PA6 Depth UPDN *CTR1 Out Safety Loop ** Only available on DAMUPCI

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J3 - DAS
J3- 7 J3-11 J3-12 J3-13 J3-14 J3-15 J3-16 J3-17 J3-18 J3-19 J3-28 J3-29 J3-31 J3-32 J3-33 J3-34 J3-35 J3-36 J3-37 J3-19 J4-11 J4-12 J4-13 J4-14 J4-15 J4-16 J4-17 J4-18 J3- 7 J3-19 J3-28 J21-10 ---J29-18 J30- 4 J23-27 J38-24 J38-28 TB2-1
{GND, J3-28, J3-29 }

CH 15 CH 14 CH 13 CH 12 CH 11 CH 10 CH 9 CH 8 J3-28 J3-29
{TB2-1, J3-29, GND} {TB2-1, J3- 7, GND} {TB2-1, J3- 7, J3-19, GND}

{P43- 9} {P43-10}

CH CH CH CH CH CH CH

6 5 4 3 2 1 0

GND ADC,16 - DAMUPCI,16 ADC,15 - DAMUPCI,15 ADC,14 - DAMUPCI,14 ADC,13 - DAMUPCI,13 ADC,12 - DAMUPCI,12 ADC,11 - DAMUPCI,11 ADC,10 - DAMUPCI,10 ADC,9 - DAMUPCI,9 GND GND GND ADC 7 - LTENS ADC 5 - MTT ADC 4 - FP ADC 3 - CCL ADC 2 - TVOLT ADC 1 - TCURR

J4 - ADC
J4-11 J4-12 J4-13 J4-14 J4-15 J4-16 J4-17 J4-18 J4-29 J3-11 J3-12 J3-13 J3-14 J3-15 J3-16 J3-17 J3-18 TB2-1 ADC,16 - DAMUPCI,16 ADC,15 - DAMUPCI,15 ADC,14 - DAMUPCI,14 ADC,13 - DAMUPCI,13 ADC,12 - DAMUPCI,12 ADC,11 - DAMUPCI,11 ADC,10 - DAMUPCI,10 ADC,9 - DAMUPCI,9 GND

{GND}

J5 - DSP
J5- 1 J5-4 J5-7 J5- 9 J5-11 J5-12 J5-13 J5-14 J5-15 J5-16 J5-17 J5-18 J5-19 J5-25 J5-26 J5-27 J5-28 J5-29 J5-30 J5-31 J5-32 J5-33 J5-34 J5-35 J5-36 J5-37 J26-27 TELA-26 J25-30 J27-37 J5-12 J5-11 J5-12 J5-13 J5-14 J5-15 J5-16 J5-17 J5-18 J26-39 J26-38 J27-30 J27-34 J27-38 J25-10 J25-18 J28- 7 ---J28- 9 J28- 8 J25-12 J28- 6 CBL1DR CBL3 TB2-1 J5-13 J5-14 J5-15 J5-16 J5-17 J5-18 J5-19
{GND} {GND} {GND} {GND} {GND} {GND} {GND} {GND}
{GND} (FP Zero CNTL) {J30- 2} (FP Signal Drive) {J30- 1}

{J26- 3, J13}

IN0 IN1 IN2 IN3 IN7 IN6 IN4 IN5

CBL Invert Control DAC02 AUX Channel Out Sync Detected GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND TT Threshold Level Sync Detection Level -CGCLEAR -CGPRESET -SYNCINH Amp Signal Invert Amp Signal Audio 1.0 Audio 0.01 Audio 0.1 Sync/Pulse Signal Audio 10

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HORIZONTAL PANEL ASSEMBLY TB1 - AC Power Distribution (Old Grey Style Transformer)
TB1-1 TB1-2 TB1-3 TB1-4 TB1-5 TB1-6 TB1-7 TB1-8 LEFT SW4-3 SW4-1 T1-BLK T1-BLK T1-RED T1-GRN/YEL T1-BLK/W LEFT P60-3 P60-1 RIGHT Rear Fan Rear Fan TB2-4L TB1-1R TB2-5L D1-3 GRN/YEL D1-1 RIGHT TB1-4R AC Power, Load AC Power, Neutral Tool Power - AC Neutral Tool Power - AC Load Tool Power - Load Enabled Tool Power Secondary Center Tap Tool Power Secondary

TB1 - AC Power Distribution (New Style Transformer)


TB1-1 TB1-2 TB1-3 TB1-4 TB1-5 TB1-6 TB1-7 TB1-8 LEFT LEFT SW4-3 P60-3 SW4-1 P60-1 T1-WHT X 2 RIGHT Rear Fan Rear Fan TB2-4L TB1-1R TB2-5L D1-3 D1-1 RIGHT TB1-4R AC Power, Load AC Power, Neutral Tool Power - AC Neutral Tool Power - AC Load Tool Power - Load Enabled Tool Power Secondary Tool Power Secondary

T1-BLK-3 or -4 NONE T1-BLK-1

ACSW (-) TB2-2L (+) J42-4 Install on TB1 with 1/4 HEX X 1/2" Standoffs on Terminals TB1-4L and TB1-5L `

T1 - Tool Power Transformer


T1-P1-WHT T1-P1-BLK T1-P2-WHT T1-P2-BLK T1-S1 T1-S2 T1-S3 T1-S4 T1-S5 T1-S6 T1-P2-WHT T1-P2-BLK T1-P1-WHT T1-P1-BLK TB1-8 TB1-7
{Heat Shrink off when not used} {Heat Shrink off when not used} {Heat Shrink off when not used}

TB1-3 TB1-5 TB1-3 TB1-5

{Heat Shrink off when not used}

Tool Power Primary #1 Tool Power Primary #1 Tool Power Primary #2 Tool Power Primary #2 Tool Power Sec #1 Tool Power Sec #2 Tool Power Sec #3 Tool Power Sec #4 Tool Power Sec #5 Tool Power Sec #6

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TB2-1 TB2-2 TB2-3 TB2-4 TB2-5 TB2-6 TB2-7 TB2-8 TB2-2 J3- 7 TB2-1
{Gnd}

J17-3 J4-29 J7-G J38-25 TB5-8 TB5-7 J39- 7 J39-21

J1- 2 J5-11 P60-2 ACSW-(+) TB1-3 TB1-5

J38- 5 ACSW-(-)

GND GND Warrior Line Enable Tool Power - AC Neutral Tool Power - Load Enabled TPS Low Voltage AC TPS Low Voltage AC

J1- 3 T2-BLK T2-WHT T2-RED T2-BLK1 T2-BLK2

T2 - Low Voltage Isolation Transformer


T2-BLK T2-WHT T2-RED T2-BLK1 T2-BLK2 TB2-4 TB2-5 TB2-6 TB2-7 TB2-8
{TB5-8, TB1-3} {TB5-7, TB1-5} {J39- 7} {J39-21}

Primary Primary Tap Primary Secondary Secondary

TB3 - Line Termination


TB3-1 TB3-2 TB3-3 TB3-4 TB3-5 TB3-6 J6 TB3-3 TB3-2 R2-1(50) R2-2(50) J12 J22-23 R1-1(300) R1-2(300) J38A- 5 J38A-27 J30-10 P41-1 P41-3
{J38- 1}

Line ANASW/TPS HI/LOW Sw HI/LOW Sw TPS Voltage Out

D1 - Rectifier
D1-1 D1-2 D1-3 D1-4 TB1-7 C1 (+) TB1-8 C1 (-) Tool Power Secondary
{P45-2, R3-1}

Tool Power Secondary

C1
C1 (+) C1 (-) R3-1(100K) R3-2(100K) D1-2 D1-4 P45-2 J39-37

R1 - 300 Ohm {High Only Termination}


R1-1 R1-2 TB3-3 TB3-4
{P41-1} {P41-3}

R2 - 50 Ohm {Low + High Termination}


R2-1 R2-2 TB3-4 TB3-5
{J38A- 5}

TPS Voltage Out

R3 - 100K Ohm {Tool Voltage Discharge}


R3-1 R3-2 C1 (+) C1 (-)

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VERTICAL PANEL ASSEMBLY TB4 - Tool Voltage Transistors


TB4-1 TB4-2 TB4-3 TB4-4 TB4-5 TB4-6 J39-11 J39-16 J39- 9 J39-19 Q1-C P45-3 Q2-E Q2-B Q1-E Q1-B R4-1 R4-2

Q2-C

TB5 - FREE POINT Transformer


TB5-1 TB5-2 TB5-3 TB5-4 TB5-5 TB5-6 TB5-7 TB5-8 J30-17 J30-18 T3-WHT (FP Set Tool AC Power) T3-YEL (FP Set Tool AC Power) T3-RED T3-BLU T3-RED/YEL T3-GRN/YEL T3-PRI T3-PRI SEC1 SEC1 (TAP) SEC1 SEC2 SEC2 (TAP) SEC2 PRI {Tool Power - Load Enabled} PRI {Tool Power - AC Neutral}

TB2-6 TB2-5

R4 50 Ohm
R4-1 R4-2 TB4-5 TB4-6
{Q1-C, Q2-C} {P45-3}

+12/-12 Power Supply


Out+ S+ S+ RTN 12V COM S- RTN SOut12V PS-1 12V PS-2 12V PS-3 12V PS-4 12V PS-5 S+ Out+ 12V COM S+ RTN 12V COM OutS12V PS-2 12V PS-1 12V PS-4 12V PS-3 ---J61-4 S- RTN S- RTN S+ RTN J61-3 J38A-24 5V PS-2 5V PS-3 J60-2 J61-2 +5V S+12 Volt +12 Volt GND GND GND -12 Volt -12 Volt Switched Switched Switched Switched

{J60-1} {J60-3}

AC Neutral AC Neutral AC Load AC Load

+5 Power Supply
OutSS+ Out+ 5V PS-1 5V PS-2 5V PS-3 5V PS-4 5V PS-5 SOutOut+ S+ 5V PS-2 5V PS-1 5V PS-4 5V PS-3 ---12V COM J61-1 J60-1 12V PS-2 12V PS-3 J60-3 GND GND +5 Volt +5 Volt Switched AC Neutral Switched AC Neutral Switched AC Load Switched AC Load

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J60-1 J60-2 J60-3 5V PS-1 12V COM 5V PS-4 Switched AC Neutral GND Switched AC Load

J61 - Power Supplies DC


J61-1 J61-2 J61-3 J61-4 5V Out+ 12V Com 12V Out12V Out+ Pos 5v PS DC Ground Neg 12v PS Pos 12v PS

CARD CAGE ASSEMBLY

J21 - DEPTH
J21- 3 J21- 5 J21- 9 J21-10 J21-14 J21-17 J21-25 J21-26 J21-42 J21-44 J7-A J8-A J8-B J3-31 J1-19 J7-D J7-B J1-29 J7-F J8-D CHA (Shielded Red) Tension Tension + ADC,7 - LTENS Depth PPR ENCODER POWER CHB (Shielded Red) Depth UPDN GND (Shield) +12 (Tension Excitation)

J8-E

{GND} {+12V}

J22 - ANASW
J22- 9 J22-16 J22-17 J22-23 J22-28 J22-32 J22-33 J22-35 J22-39 J25-23 J1-25 J1-26 TB3-2 J23- 5 J28-5 J29- 3 P42-1 P42- 3 J23-16 J23-17 J38- 1 J25-16 J25-17 J24-23 CBL Drive I2C Clock I2C Data Line In CCL Drive AUDIO Drive MTT Drive Speaker Phono Jack GND SPEAKER Phono Jack Hot

J23 - CCL
J23- 5 J23- 7 J23-16 J23-17 J23-27 J22-28 J16 J1-25 J1-26 J3-35 J22-16 J22-17 J25-16 J25-17 CCL IN PASSIVE CCL IN I2C Clock I2C Data CCL Signal

J24 - TELA
J24-23 J24-26 J24-28 J22-23 J5-4 J1-7 Line In DSP-DAC02 CTR-TelaEnable

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J25 - CBL1D
J25-10 J25-12 J25-16 J25-17 J25-18 J25-23 J25-30 J5-30 J5-36 J1-25 J1-26 J5-31 J22- 9 J5-7 J26- 3 J22-16 J22-17 J26-23
{J13}

DSP IN0 DSP IN4

J23-16 J23-17 DSP IN1

Amplitude Signal Sync/Pulse Signal I2C Clock I2C Data Threshold Signal CBL Signal In AUX Signal

J26 - CBL02
J26- 3 J26-23 J26-27 J26-29 J26-31 J26-33 J26-38 J26-39 J25-12 J25-18 J5- 1 J27- 7 J27-11 J27- 9 J30- 1 J30- 2 J13
{J5-36}

J5-26 J5-25

(FP Sig Drive) (FP Zero CNTL)

Sync/Pulse Signal Threshold Signal CBL Invert Control TDET NEGATIVE SYNC POSITIVE SYNC Sync Detection Level TT Threshold Level

J27 - CBL03
J27- 7 J27- 9 J27-11 J27-30 J27-34 J27-35 J27-37 J27-38 J26-29 J26-33 J26-31 J5-27 J5-28 J1-16 J5- 9 J5-29 TDET POSITIVE SYNC NEGATIVE SYNC -CGCLEAR -CGPRESET TT Detected Sync Detected -SYNCINH

J28 - Noise
J28- 5 J28- 6 J28- 7 J28- 8 J28- 9 J22-32 J5-37 J5-32 J5-35 J5-34 DSP IN5 DSP IN2 DSP IN6 DSP IN7 AUDIO IN Audio 10 Audio 1.0 Audio 0.1 Audio 0.01

J29 - MTT
J29- 3 J29-18 J22-33 J3-33 MTT IN ADC 5 - MTT

J30 - Applied Freepoint


J30- 1 J30-2 J30- 4 J30- 7 J30- 8 J30-10 J30-12 J30-17 J30-18 J26-38 J26-39 J3-34 J38- 9 J38- 7 TB3-2 J38A-26 TB5-1 TB5-2
{J5-26} {J5-25}

FP Signal Drive FP Zero Control ADC 4 - FP FP Line Control Set Tool Control

J30-12 J30-10
{T3-WHT} {T3-YEL}

FP Set Tool AC Power FP Set Tool AC Power

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J38 - PSAUX
J38- 1 J38- 5 J38- 6 J38- 7 J38- 8 J38- 9 J38-10 J38-11 J38-17 J38-18 J38-19 J38-20 J38-24 J38-25 J38-28 J38-29 J38-31 J38-32 J38-35 J38-37 J38-41 J22-23 J38A-28 J38A- 1 J30- 8 P43- 5 J30- 7 J38-11 J38-10 J1- 6 J1- 5 P43-12 P43- 7 P43- 9 TB2-3 P43-10 P43- 3 J38A-10 J38A- 8 P43- 2 J1- 4 P43- 8
{TB3-2, TB3-3, J30-10, P41-1, R1-1(300)}

TB2-1

P43- 4 J38-20

J38-11 J3-36 J3-37


{J38A-15)

Line Voltage Sens Line Current GND I Meas FP Set Tool Control 5V PU, VE Mode CNTL FP Line Control GND {J38-20, P43-11, GND} P43-11 GND {P43- 4,GND} FP Enable - Routing BIT04 Pulse - FP Set - BIT05 +5V {+5V} {J38-10, GND} GND ADC 2 - LVOLT Volt Meter INHI {J1- 3, ACSW+} Safety Line Enable ADC 1 - LCURR Current Meter INHI +VE/-VE Polarity Switch Polarity Control Out Safety Control Out Power Polarity Manual Power Polarity CNTL (+)5v {+5V}
{GND}

J38A - PRELAYS
J38A- 1 J38A- 5 J38A- 6 J38A- 8 J38A-10 J38A-15 J38A-17 J38A-18 J38A-20 J38A-23 J38A-24 J38A-25 J38A-26 J38A-27 J38A-28 J38A-40 J38- 6 TB3-5 J39-24 J38-32 J38A-15 J38A-10 P44-2 J39-23 J39-5 LP3-1 12V PS-1 J39-36 J30-12 TB3-1 J38- 5 P44-1
{R2-2(50)}

J39-4 J38-31
{J38-31}

Wiper Polarity - I Meas TPS Voltage Out TPS Voltage - High Safety Control Polarity Cntl - Tool Power Polarity Cntl - Control Pots NEG Adj. Voltage Adjust Cntl Line Enable Lamp Switch AC Neutral TPS Voltage - Low Line Termination Line Out Line Shorted Ground POS Adj.

{J39-37, P44-3} {J6, J12} {GND}

J39 - TPS
J39-4 J39-5 J39- 7 J39- 9 J39-11 J39-16 J39-19 J39-21 J39-23 J39-24 J39-36 J39-37 J38A-8 J38A-20 TB2-7 TB4-3 TB4-1 TB4-2 TB4-4 TB2-8 J38A-18 J38A- 6 J39-37 J39-36 J38-32 TPS Low Voltage AC Q1 e Q2 e Q2 b Q1 b TPS Low Voltage AC Voltage Adjust Cntl TPS Voltage - High TPS Voltage - Low TPS Voltage - Low

{Q1-E} {Q2-E} {Q2-B} {Q1-B}

P44-3 C1 (-)

J38A-25
{J38A-25,P44-3, D1-4}

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P60 - Power Supplies AC


P60-1 P60-2 P60-3 TB1-2 TB2-1 TB1-1
{GND}

AC Power, Neutral GND AC Power, Load

P61 - Power Supplies DC


P61-1 P61-2 P61-3 P61-4 J30-19 J30-20 J30-21 J30-22
{+5V} {GND} {-15} {+15V}

Card Card Card Card

bus Pos 5v bus bar GND bus Neg 15v bus Pos 15v

P41 - HIGH/LOW Switch


P41-1 P41-3 TB3-3 TB3-4
{R1-1(300)} {R1-2(300)}

HI/LOW Sw HI/LOW Sw

P42 - Control Potentiometers


P42- 1 P42- 2 P42- 3 P42- 4 P42- 5 P42- 6 J28-20 J28-19 ACSW+ J38-25 J22-35 J22-39

P43 - Meters and Polarity Switch


P43-1 P43- 2 P43- 3 P43- 4 P43- 5 P43- 6 P43- 7 P43- 8 P43- 9 P43-10 P43-11 P43-12 --J38-35 J38-29 J38-10 J38- 8 --J38-20 J38-41 J38-24 J38-28 J38-11 J38-19 Power Polarity Manual '+VE/-VE Polarity Switch
{J38-11,J38-20, P43-11, GND} (5V PU - VE Mode CNTL) {GND} {+5v} {J3-36} {J3-37}

ADC,2 TVOLT ADC,1 TCURR


{+5v}

{J38-10, J38-20, P43- 4, GND}

V Meter INLO V Meter V+ V Meter INHI C Meter INHI C Meter INLO, GND C Meter V+

P44 - Volage Adjust


P44-1 P44-2 P44-3 J38A-40 J38A-17 J39-36 POS ADJ. P7 NEG. ADJ. P8 TPS Voltage - Low

{J39-37, J38A-25}

P45 - Fuse Inputs


P45-1 P45-2 P45-3 J17-2 C1 (+) TB4-6
{R4-2, Pass Transistors}

AC Plug Line Line Voltage Fuse Line Voltage Fuse

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J41 - High/Low Termination


J41-1 J41-2 J41-3 SW3-1 SW3-2 SW3-3 SW3-4 SW3-5 SW3-6 SW3-2 ---SW3-3 ---SW3-5 SW3-6 ---SW3-2 SW3-3 SW3-5 SW3-6
{TB3-3, R1-1(300)} {TB3-4, R1-2(300)}

Switch 3 - INPUT HIGH/LOW (Line Termination)


J41-1 J41-3 J41-1 J41-3

J42
J42-1 J42-2 J42-3 J42-4 J42-5 J42-6 J28-20 J28-19 ACSW+ J38-25 J22-35 J22-39

J47 - Speaker Jack


J47-1 J47-2 J42- 6 J42- 5
{J22-39} {J22-35}

SPEAKER SPKR GND

J43 - Meters and Polarity Switch


J43- 1 J43- 2 J43- 3 J43- 4 J43- 5 J43- 6 J43- 7 J43- 8 J43- 9 J43-10 J43-11 J43-12 ---SW2-5 SW2-2 SW2-3 SW2-4 SW2-1 ---V Meter INLO V Meter V+ V Meter INHI C Meter INHI C Meter INLO C Meter V+
{J38-35} {J38-29}

SW2-6

{J38-10, GND} {J38- 8} {J38-20, GND} {J38-41, +5V} {J38-24, J3-36} {J38-28, J3-37} {J38-11, GND} {J38-19, +5V}

Power Polarity Manual '+VE/-VE Polarity Switch GND 5V PU - VE Mode CNTL GND +5V ADC,2 - TVOLT ADC,1 - TCURR GND +5V

SW2 - (-VE)/AUTO/(+VE) Switch


SW2-1 SW2-2 SW2-3 SW2-4 SW2-5 SW2-6 J43- 5 J43- 3 J43- 4 J43-4 J43- 2 J43-4
{J38- 8} {J38-29}

SW2-4 SW2-3 SW2-3

SW2-6 SW2-6 SW2-4

{J38-10, GND} {J38-10, GND} {J38-35} {J38-10, GND}

5V PU - VE Mode CNTL '+VE/-VE Polarity Switch GND Power Polarity Manual GND

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Voltage Meter
INLO INHI V+ J43- 7 J43- 9 J43- 8
{J38-20, GND} {J38-24} {J38-41, +5V}

GND ADC,2 - TVOLT +5V

Current Meter
INLO INHI V+ J43-11 J43-10 J43-12
{J38-11, GND} {J38-28,J3-37} {J38-19, +5V}

GND ADC,1, TCURR +5V

J44 - Voltage Adjust


J44-1 J44-2 J44-3 R1-3 R2-3 R1-1
(+VE ADJUST CCW) (''-VE ADJUST CCW) {R1-2, R2-1, R2-2} {J38A-40} {J38A-17} {J39-36}

POS ADJ. NEG. ADJ. TP High

R1 (+VE Adjust)
R1-1 R1-2 R1-3 J44-3 R1-1 J44-1 R1-2 R2-1
{R2-2} {J38A-40} {J44-3, R2-1, R2-2}

TP High TP High POS ADJ.

R2 (-VE Adjust)
R2-1 R2-2 R2-3 R2-2 R2-1 J44-2 R1-1
{J44-3, R1-2} {J38A-17} {J44-3, R1-1, R1-2}

TP High TP High NEG. ADJ.

J45 - Fuse Inputs


J45-1 J45-2 J45-3 F1-1 F2-1 F2-2
{J17-2} {C1 (+)} {TB4-6, R4-2, Pass Transistors}

Main Fuse - AC Line Load Tool Fuse Tool Fuse

F1 - Main Fuse
F1-1 F1-2 J45-1 SW4-4 Main 2.5A - AC Line Load Main 2.5A - AC Line Neutral

F2 - Tool Power Fuse


F2-1 F2-2 J45-2 J45-3
{C1 (+)} {TB4-6, R4-2, Pass Transistors}

Tool Fuse .5A Tool Fuse .5A

Switch 4 - Main Power ON/OFF


SW4-1 SW4-2 SW4-3 SW4-4 LP1-1 J17-1 LP1-2 F1-2 TB1-2 TB1-1 SW5-2 SW5-4 LP3-2 Switched AC Neutral AC Line Neutral Switched AC Load AC Line Load

LP1 - Main Power Indicator


LP1-1 LP1-2 SW4-1 SW4-3 Switched AC Neutral Switched AC Load

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SW5 - Tool Power Switch


SW5-1 SW5-2 SW5-3 SW5-4 LP2-2 P42-2 P42-3 P42-4 J28-20 J28-19 ACSW+ J38-25

Front Fan
Front Fan Front Fan SW4-1 SW4-3 Switched AC Neutral Switched AC Load

LP2 - Tool Power Indicator


LP2-1 LP2-2 P42-1 SW5-1

LP3 - Line Enable Indicator


LP3-1 LP3-2 J38A-23 SW4-3 Line Enable Relay Switched AC Load

POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS Ground Connections


Chassis thru TB2-1 J1- 2 J4-29 J5-16 J8-E J21-42 J26-42 J30-20 J38- 5 J38A-20 P43-11 J17 Mounting TB2-2 J1-11 J5-11 J5-17 J22-20 J25-42 J30-42 J38-10 J38A-42 P60-2 {GND} Screws J17-3 J3- 7 J5-12 J5-18 J23-42 J27-42 J28-20 J38-11 P42- 3 P61-2

J3-19 J5-13 J5-19 J23-20 J27-20 J29-42 J38-20 P42- 8

J3-28 J5-14 J7-F J21-20 J25-20 J28-42 J38-42 P43- 4

J3-29 J5-15 J7-G J22-42 J26-20 J29-20 J38A-28 P43- 7

+15 Volt Connections


J21-22 J25-22 J28-22 J38-22 J8-D J21-44 J25-44 J28-44 J38-44 P61-4 J22-22 J26-22 J29-22 J38A-22 J22-44 J26-44 J29-44 J38A-44 J23-22 J27-22 J30-22 J23-44 J27-44 J30-44

-15 Volt Connections


J21-21 J25-21 J28-21 J38-21 P61-3 J21-43 J25-43 J28-43 J38-43 J22-21 J26-21 J29-21 J22-43 J26-43 J29-43 J23-21 J27-21 J30-21 J23-43 J27-43 J30-43

+5 Volt Connections
J21-19 J25-19 J28-19 J38-19 P43- 8 J21-41 J25-41 J28-41 J38-41 P43-12 J22-19 J26-19 J29-19 P61-1 J22-41 J26-41 J29-41 J23-19 J27-19 J30-19 J23-41 J27-41 J30-41

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Section
23 Check-out
Check Power Supplies voltages UPGRADE PANEL +15 Volts (TB1-1) -15 Volts (TB1-2) + 5 Volts (TB1-5, 6) GND (TB1-3, 4)

23.1 SBHUB USBDAQ CHECK LIST


Turn Interface Panel Power ON, and have a CD Warrior Software in CD Drive Connect USB cable from computer to front of panel In Device Manager Generic USBHUB should be enable at USB controllers Using USB Device- check each of the three USB outputs on the rear of panel In Device Manager Human Interface Device should be enable Connect USB cable from computer to rear of panel check outputs In Device Manager Generic USBHUB should be enable at USB controllers Check that when USB from computer is plugged into front, the rear is no longer in control - disable On computer monitor Device Manager Human Interface Devices Universal Serial Bus Controller SDS Log FX-DSP is found Generic USB HUB Aladdin USB Key (if the Key is connecting)

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Install Simulator Box Calibrate Line Tension. Check for Depth and Speed responses

23.2 DEPTH CARD


Set J2 Right, J3 Right, and J4 Bottom (5Vdc) Monitor TP2 (Up/Down) with scope Depth up, high and low speed (1500 FPM) Depth down, high and low speed (1500 FPM) Line Tension - Monitor Sensors With Tension Simulator, check for approximately -1.0V+/- 0.3V (Low Reference Value) and -5.0V +/- 0.5V (High reference Value). If the DEPTH BOARD is version R7 we expect to see Positive value, check for approximately 1.0V+/- 0.3V (Low Reference Value) and 5.0V +/- 0.5V (High reference Value).

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Set Low Value/ Log UP

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Set High Value /Log Down

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Starts Gamma CCL Service Do not enable the line. At PMON window go Options Show Axis Maximize the window Adjust P1 on DSPAUX board to 0 volts

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23.3 TPS
Adjust P1 for a maximum output of 250V Check for maximum negative output near 250V

23.4 PSAUX
Turn voltage down and adjust P1 for zero milliamps on front panel current meter. Enable line and adjust power supply to 100 Volts at line connection. Adjust P2 to set front panel voltage meter to 100V. Place load box on panel and check for 100V at 100 ma (or 150 ma depending on box) Check for current reading at maximum voltage 185ma @ 185v (or 230ma @155v) Calibrate software current and voltage to read correctly Check +VE, and VE Switch Positions

23.5 ANASW
Turn Interface ON, and Tool Power Off
Load Gamma CCL Service/Action /Power Control/Enable Attach function generator to line-input Apply 1 kHz, 2V peak to peak at ANASW-TP-1 Check 2Vpp @ 1Khz at TP1,TP2, and TP3 Close All

23.6 CCL-R10 CHECKLIST


Install CCL-R10 board Check J2 jumper should be center to left Turn Interface ON and TOOL POWER OFF Attach function generator to line in Load CCL Service (Collars) Action/Power Control/Enable Apply 2 hz, 1 volt peak to peak signal at ANASW-TP-1 Set CCL slider to maximum edit calibration set Gain =1 and Offset =0 Start a log pass with scales set from 5 to 5 Adjust P1 until peaks are -4 to 4 on the log
Check for cut-off frequency of 4 - 5 hz

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Disable line and connect the generator to Passive CCL input Start a log pass with scales set from 10 to 10 Check the signal should be 9 to 9 on the Log

Close All in acquisition software and Turn Interface Power OFF

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23.7 CBL1D-R5 CBL02-11- CBL03


Install both CBL boards CBL1D-R5, CBl02-11, and CBL03 Attach function generator to line Load CBL1-Test service on enable the line Apply 1000 KHz 0.5vpp sine wave to ANASW TP1 Set Panel Controls to Max:

Set SDS TIP as follows: EDIT/DEVICE/CONFIGURATION/SDSTIP

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Verify The following:

Set the Panel Controls to 125

Verify the following:

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Set the Panel Controls to 25

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Verity the following:

Change the input frequency to 2 KHz Set the Panel Controls to Max

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Verify the following:

Change the input frequency to 500 Hz Verify the following;

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Change the input frequency to 1 KHz

Set the SDS TIP as follows:

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Verify the following:

Change the input frequency to 2 KHz Verify the following:

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SEt the SDS TIP Panel as follows:

Verify the following:

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Change the input frequency to 200 Hz Verify the following:

Change the input frequency to 15 KHz Set the SDS TIP Panel as follows:

Verify the following:

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Change the input frequency to 20 KHz

Change the input frequency to 5 KHz

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Change the input frequency to 15 KHz Set the SDS TIP panel as follows:

Verify the following:

Change the input frequency to 30 KHz Verify the following:

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Change input frequency to 5 KHz Verify the following:

Change the input Frequency to 1 KHz Set the SDS TIP Panel as follows:

Verify the following:

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Set the SDS TIP Panel as follows:

Verify the Following:

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Load SIE1x1 service from simulator box Select service SIE cement Bond 1x1, and Enable the Line Start Simulator Check travel time- check invert of signals with tool editor Set the panel control and SDS Tool Interface Panel

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Load CSS_slim from simulator box Check collars, travel time, gamma ray and err count Select service CSSM 1 11/16 RBT Short to medium lines Enable the line Start Simulator Adjust Pulse Monitor PMON Set the panel control and SDS Tool Interface Panel

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Check for readings on CCL Travel time Err count Gamma ray On - Monitor Devices SDSDSP Tell 1 should be about the same as CCL more or less 130 Tell 5, 6, and 7, should maintain same reading more or less 65535 Err Count should only change after running for a couple of hours Tell 2 should read between 15-23 Tell 3 should read about 115-119 Tell 4 should read about 29 Tell 8 should read about 32767

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23.8 AUDIO.
Audio board for USB Panel should have Replaced R2, R4, R18, R19, for jumpers R5 and R8 should be 20k ohms U10 and U11 jumper pins 1-16 and 8-9 (if U10 and U11 are installed, Set service 12CINIT=21=08,22=00) Adjust P6 so that output of U9 is + 7.5 volts D.C. Adjust P5 so that output of U8 is 7.5 volts D.C. With signal generator connected to Line in at 1khz, apply voltage to read 10 volts at pin 5 of the Audio board. Select NOISE LOG and Enable the Line Place scope probe at TP1 and adjust P1 for 2.5 volts peak to peak Ground input (at Line in) and adjust P8 for zero offset at TP4. Check offsets at TP2 and TP3 Applying signal to input (pins 5) adjust signal at TP1 to be 0.500 volts peak-to-peak Place scope at TP2 and adjust P2 for 5 volts peak-to-peak output Adjust input signal at TP2 to 0.500 volts peak-to-peak Place scope probe at TP3 and adjust P3 for 5 volts peak-to-peak output Adjust input signal at TP3 to 0.500 volts p.p. Place scope at TP4 and adjust P4 for 5 volts peak-to-peak output

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Set the Frequency @ 6000 Hz Apply 1 kHz, 2V peak to peak at ANASW-TP-1 Check 2V peak to peak at TP-3 Connected the speaker to Audio out Increase and decrease the volume with the slider speaker control

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23.9 APPLIED FREEPOINT


Set the Control I2Clnit =21=10

Remove IC1 and Jumper Pin 1 to Pin 16 and Pin 2 to Pin 15 Setup Freepoint tool to run through the shop line Tool Power Switch Must be ON Select Service /Freepoint Applied Select SETUP Set in Raw reading = 10

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SET TOOL

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Make sure that the Set Power is reaching the tool After setting the tool Adjust P1 so that the slide bar zeros in the middle SET TOOL

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23.10

TELA

Remove the Capacitor C24 , replace for a Jumper, Remove the Jumper on K1. Install the Relay K1 , R3, D3, Q1, C4, and Install the TELA board. Turn Interface ON , Power Control Enable and TOOL POWER OFF Load TELA-TEST USB UPGRADE PANEL Service, and Enable line Check the Signal in TP7 (IN)

Check the Signal in TP6 (OUT) and @ LINE connector on Rear of the Panel

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23.11

MTT

Select Computalog MTT/Caliper Action/Power Control/Enable Load simulator mttair.sim Select MTT / Caliper service, enable line power and adjust discriminators. Place scope probe at TP2 and adjust P1 to 3.5 Volts Peak to Peak

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Adjust P3 for 0.0 volt offset at TP4. Monitor the output window for MTT as close to 0 inch and 0 volt on sensor window.

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Calibrate MTT. Enter 0 inch for low reference point, click sample, begin, and accept buttons to finish the first part of calibration process. Load simulator mtt55.sim , and Start simulator Adjust P2 until 1.85 Volts is read at sensor window or 1.85 inches at sensor window.

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Calibrate MTT. Enter 1.85 in for high reference point. Click sample, begin, and accept buttons to finish the calibration process

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At this point the MTT should read as 1.85 volts on sensor window and 1.85 inches on monitor window

Select simulator and Load simulator mttair.sim At this point the MTT should read as 0 volt on sensor window and 0 inch on monitor window.

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