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MOTORES JOHN DEERE, S.A DE C.V.

CONTROLS AND ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Table of Contents
6. Standard Controls Equipment
6.1 Control System
6.2 Human Machine interface (HMI)
6.3 Local and distributed I/O
6.4 Distributed I/O Networks
6.5 Marquees or Display Units
6.6 ID System
6.7 Electrical Motors
6.8 DC Power Supplies
6.9 General Servo control
6.10 CNCs
6.11 Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs)
6.12 Soft-Start Units
6.13 Programming Software
6.14 Acceptable Manufacturers
6.15 Robots
6.16 Vision Systems
7. Standard Controls Equipment Implementation
7.1 Panel Mounting
7.2 PLC Spare Space
7.3 Control System Wiring
7.4 Control System Documentation
7.5 Programmable Controller Design
7.6 OEM Computer and Peripheral Equipment
7.7 HMI Software Configuration
7.8 Control and electrical enclosures
8. Motores John Deere modifications to NFPA-79 Standards

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1. Electrical systems and equipment shall conform to the specifications and their
modifications, as outlined below. These specifications shall become a part of the
vendor's proposal or quotation.
Appropriate Motores John Deere (MJD)
representatives must approve any change or deviation from these standards,
Deviation Request form must be filled out in order to communicate whether there is
a specification, regulation or request, in the RFQ that the supplier is not able to fulfill,
make commitment for, or comply with.
1.1.

National Electrical Code - NFPA No. 70, latest edition.

1.2.

SAE HS-1738, latest edition.

1.3.

Occupational Safety and Health Act, 29CFR Part 1910, Subpart S, latest
revision.

1.4.

Special emphasis to 29CFR 1910.147 Control of Hazardous Energy

1.5.

All materials shall be UL-approved where applicable.

2. Exceptions
2.1.

Wherever equipment, due to peculiarities in design, cannot conform to


these standards, it shall be so stated in the quotation.

2.2.

Whenever equipment is a standard, or off-the-shelf unit, and not in


conformance with this standard(s), a complete set of preliminary drawings,
per Section N, shall accompany the quotation. No equipment will be given
approval without such submittal.

2.3.

Deviations: Deviations from this standard shall have the approval of the
MJD representative in writing. Any waivers granted shall apply only to the
order in question and shall not be considered as permanent.

3. In areas where these standards overlap, the more stringent shall take precedence.
4. It is not the intent of these standards to cover all items or details of design and
construction or to unduly limit the bidder's design or responsibility to furnish
complete and satisfactory equipment adequately powered to safely perform the
work. Throughout these specifications, suppliers for various components and/or
pieces of equipment are indicated.
5. These should be construed as MJD suppliers, in their desire to reduce spare part
inventory and maintenance know-how; it is also intended to establish a quality level
against which proposed alternatives may be compared. Alternate component and
equipment items must be listed in the quotation and will be given full consideration
providing that they be judged by MJD as equal and are in the interest of MJD.

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6. Standard Controls Equipment:


This document serves as a guideline for the design of electrically controlled
equipment. The following controls equipment is authorized for use in control systems
for MJD. The builder will provide electrical prints, machine controller type, and
softwares versions (HMI, PLCS, etc.) to be used, for approval before electrical
design approval and construction begins.
A supplier that wishes to use another manufacturer or similar equipment from listed
in this section may request the deviation from this specification from MJD
representatives. The request must be in writing and must contain the reason for the
deviation. MJD representative will authorize the use of these devices in writing only.
6.1. Control Systems.
The following control systems are authorized for their use in Motores John
Deere:
6.1.1. Unrestricted use.
6.1.1.1.

For small and medium size applications - Allen Bradley


CompactLogix system, a 1769-L32E controller, using
firmware revision 20.

6.1.1.2.

For medium and big size applications - Allen Bradley


ControlLogix system, 1756-L61 to L65, or L7 controller,
using firmware revision 20.
Supplier must have approval from MJD Maintenance
department on which firmware will be installed.

6.1.2. Restricted use.


These systems must be small isolated systems (no I/O networks)
and that do not need to connect (Process Interlock) to any other
processors. MJD Maintenance department must provide written
authorization for the use of these processors.
6.1.2.1.
6.1.2.2.
6.1.2.3.

Allen Bradley Micrologix 1000


Allen Bradley Micrologix 1100
Allen Bradley Micrologix 1500

6.1.3. Power feed to Controllers.


120VAC power feed to Controllers, HMI, PC, Panel Views, panel
lighting, and 120VAC power duplex outlet to personal computer will
be provided by a Daykin transformer, derived ahead of the main
disconnect, maintaining power when the main disconnect is open.

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Human Machine interfaces (HMI)


No PCs are allowed for CNC manufacturing equipment as HMIs. Other
alternatives would have to be pursued with the CNC & OEM suppliers.
Deviation from this instruction would have to be authorized by the the
Maintenance and IT departments under formal and written submitted request
(See Secc X IT Factory Spec).

The following HMI systems are authorized for local or remote use in
control systems in MJD:
6.2.1. Unrestricted use
6.2.1.1.

Allen Bradley Panelview 1000 Plus, Color screen,


touchscreen or keypad/touchscreen, RS232 and Ethernet
communications.

6.2.1.2.

Allen Bradley Panelview 1500 Plus, color screen,


touchscreen or Keypad/Touchscreen, RS232 and
Ethernet communications.

The following HMI software systems are authorized for local, remote or
distributed use in control systems in MJD.
6.2.2. Recommended use.
6.2.2.1.
6.2.2.2.
6.3.

Rockwell Software - RSView 32 7.00 or above.


Rockwell Software - FactoryTalk View ME 6.1.

Local and distributed I/O


6.3.1. All local I/O points should be according to the control system
that the supplier is using in the machine:
6.3.1.1.
6.3.1.2.

Allen Bradley 1769 CompactLogix.


Allen Bradley 1756 ControlLogix.

6.3.2. For distributed I/O the following families of products can be use:
6.3.2.1.
6.3.2.2.
6.3.2.3.
6.3.2.4.
6.3.2.5.
6.3.2.6.
6.3.2.7.
6.3.2.8.

Allen Bradley 1794 Flex I/O.


Allen Bradley 1790 CompactBlock LDX I/O.
Allen Bradley 1792 ArmorBlock Maxum.
Allen Bradley 1732 ArmorBlock.
Allen Bradley Devicenet devices such sensors, soft
starters, VFD.
Festo DeviceNet Valvepacks.
Turck DeviceNet Stations (I/O Blocks).
Parker DeviceNet Valvepacks.

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Distributed I/O Networks


The following networks are authorized for distributed I/O use in control
systems in MJD:
6.4.1. Unrestricted use
6.4.1.1.
6.4.1.2.
6.4.1.3.
6.4.1.4.

6.5.

DeviceNet Network.
ASI Network.
Profibus DP Network.
Ethernet I/P Network.

Marquees or Display Units


Marquees and informational display units shall be Adaptive Microsystems
1 to 3 lines of characters of 3.5 to 4.5 height, with an Ethernet interface.
Allen Bradley DataLiner with Ethernet interface.

6.6.

ID Systems
6.6.1. Unrestricted use
6.6.1.1.
6.6.1.2.
6.6.1.3.
6.6.1.4.

6.7.

Barcode reader equipment, Please see section X for


standard equipment list or contact MJD IT department.
RFID Systems must be Balogh products.
Barcode system for power & free carrier identification
must be Smarteye Auto-ID systems.
Datamatrix ID readers must be Cognex products.

Electrical Motors
6.7.1. Operation Voltages
All electrical motors must be 480 VAC, 3 phases, any deviation
to this standard must be approved by MJD.
6.7.2. The following electrical motors can be use in applications in
MJD. All electrical motors must comply with NEMA Premium
Efficiency.
6.7.3.1.
6.7.3.2.
6.7.3.3.
6.7.3.4.

Baldor (Reliance)
US Motors
ABB
SEW Eurodrive

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6.7.3. Motor Protection


6.7.3.1. Overload protection.
All motors must be protected using overload devices
according with NEC standards. Could be of the following
types:
6.7.1.1. Thermal
6.7.1.2. Bimetallic
6.7.1.3. Solid State
6.7.3.2.

Overcurrent protection.
All electrical motors must be protected by using
thermomagnetic overcurrent protection according with
NEC standards.

All protection devices must comply with NEMA or IEC standards.


Motor protection using fuses are not permitted in MJD.
Motor protections must be monitored by PLC when applicable.
Any deviation to this standard must be approved by MJD.
6.8.

DC Power Supplies
The following switched power supplies will be used in control systems
designs, they must have multirange VAC input up to 500VAC.
All power supplies AC inputs and DC outputs must be protected by
magnetic breakers.
6.8.1. Sola Hevi/Duty
6.8.2. Siemens
6.8.3. Acopian

6.9.

General Servo Control


6.9.1. Servo controls using ControlLogix with Sercos or Fanuc 0i,
Powermate iH. Control systems stated in section 6.1.1.2
ControlLogix IS NOT PERMITID TO CONTROL GANTRY
SYSTEM.

6.10. CNCs
6.10.1. Use Fanuc, and under written MJD permission in case of use
other equipment brand, Siemens is the second option.
6.10.1.1 Fanuc Series 30i/31i/32i Model A or B
6.10.1.2 Siemens 840D SL, Di, DiS
6.11. Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs)
Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) will be Allen Bradley products as
follows:
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6.11.1. Powerflex with 24 VDC control option and DeviceNet network


adapter (optional), Enclosure will be determined by MJD.
DC Drives will be Allen-Bradley products as follows:
6.11.2. Powerflex DC.
6.12. Soft-Start Units
6.12.1.

Non-VFD motors will use Allen Bradley SMC Flex soft starter
with 24 VDC control option and Devicenet adapter (optional).

6.13. Programming Software


6.13.1
6.13.2
6.13.3
6.13.4
6.13.5

RSLogix 5000 for PLC Allen Bradley.


Factory Talk View for PanelView Plus.
RSNetworx for DeviceNet and Controlnet networks.
Fanuc Series CNCs
Siemens Series CNCs

6.14 Acceptable Manufacturers.


It is not the intent of these standards to cover all items or details of design
and construction, nor to unduly limit the bidders design or responsibility to
furnish complete and satisfactory equipment, adequately powered to
safely perform the work. Throughout these specifications, manufacturers
for various components and/or pieces of equipment are indicated. These
should be construed as the Owners preference, in the desire to reduce
spare parts inventory and maintenance know-how; it is also intended to
establish a quality level against which proposed alternatives may be
compared. Alternate component and equipment items may be proposed
and will be given full consideration providing that they be adjudged as
equal and are in the interest of the Owner. Design specifications and
details of the alternatives shall be submitted with alternate proposal. In all
cases option a is the preferred manufacturer.
6.14.1. The following list indicates MJD Site preferences for suppliers of
electrical components. This list represents a desire to reduce
spare part inventory and to maintain a desired quality level. Those
proceeded by an asterisk (*) are the most desirable. Alternate
components may be proposed and will be given full consideration.
These alternate components must be detailed in the vendors
proposal and require the approval of the purchaser before use.
Preferred Manufactures are as follows:

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6.14.1.1. Electric Controls (push buttons, selectors, pilot lights):


a. Allen Bradley. (*)
b. Square D
c. Telemecanique.
6.14.1.2. Capacitors:
a. General Electric.
b. Westinghouse.
6.14.1.3. Timing Devices
a. Allen Bradley. (*)
b. Square D.
c. Telemecanique
6.14.1.4 Limit Switches - Heavy Duty, Oil Tight, Plug-in:
a. Allen Bradley. (*)
b. Square D.
c. Telemecanique
6.14.1.5 Disconnect Switches
a. Square D (*)
b. Allen Bradley
6.14.1.6 Proximity Switches (Capacitive, Inductive, Ultrasonic)
a. Ifm Efector (*)
b. Allen Bradley
c. Turck
6.14.1.7 Photoelectric Sensors
a. Allen Bradley (*)
b. Banner
c. Ifm Efector
6.14.1.8 Flow, level and pressure switches and transducers.
a. Ifm Efector (*)
b. Allen Bradley
c. Turck
d. Banner
6.14.1.9 Sensor cables & Connectors
a. Turck
b. Allen Bradley
c. Ifm Efector
d. Lumberg

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6.14.1.10 Relays, Contactors, Circuit Breakers


a. Allen Bradley (*)
b. Telemecanique
6.14.1.11 Terminal Blocks and Power Terminal Blocks
(Screw Connection)
a. Allen Bradley (*)
b. Weidmueller
c. Phoenix Contact
6.14.1.12 Signaling (Beacons, Stack Lights, Horns)
a. Allen Bradley (*)
b. Federal Signal (Horns)
6.14.1.13 Safety Switches, Safety Relays
a. Allen Bradley (*)
b. Pilz
c. Banner
d. STI Omron
6.14.1.14 Safety Interlocks for Operator/access Door
a. Euchner (Actuator ZG type No. 016 849)
6.14.1.15 Safety Light Curtains
a. STI Omron
b. SICK
c. Banner
d. Allen Bradley
6.14.1.16 Multiconductor Cables
a. Olflex
b. Alpha wire
c. Carol Cable
d. Dearborn
e. Belden
6.14.1.17 DeviceNet Media
a. Allen Bradley
b. Turck
c. Lumberg
6.14.1.18 I/O Distribution Boxes
a. Turck
b. Lumberg
c. Allen Bradley
d. Ifm Efector

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6.14.1.19 Connectors multiple


a. Harting
b. Phoenix Contact
c. Weidmueller
d. Amphenol
e. Allen Bradley
6.14.1.20 Devicenet I/O Blocks
a. Allen Bradley (*)
b. Turck
c. Lumberg
d. Phoenix Contact
6.14.1.21 Pick-To-Lights
a. Banner
6.14.1.22 Wire Labels
a. Brady Self Laminated
b. Panduit Self Laminated
6.14.1.23 Wire Ducts
a. Panduit
b. Weidmueller
6.14.1.24 Control/Electrical/HMI Enclosures
a. Hoffman (*)
b. Rittal
6.14.1.25 Product Impact Markers
a. Telesis Pinstamp
6.14.1.26 PowerTracks
a. Igus
6.14.1.27 Air condition for Enclose
a. Pfannenberg (*)
6.15 Robots
6.15.1

ABB Robots must be integrated in MJD for material


handling and manufacturing systems.

6.15.2

Any other Robot manufacturer must have written


authorization from MJD Maintenance engineering.

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Vision Systems
6.16.1 Only Cognex systems must be implemented on machining
or assembly equipments.
a. Cognex In-Sight 5110 ID Reader (*)

7. Standard Implementation
MJD equipments must be designed to operate using 24 VDC for all control
signals, the use of 120 VAC for this purpose is restricted and must be
approved by MJD Maintenace Engineering.
7.1.

Panel Mounting
7.1.1. The maximum height of any controls or electrical panels will be 5
feet (1.5 meters) above the finished floor. When the electrical
panel including a panel view or a HMI the height could be 7 feed
(2.1 meters) and must have written authorization from MJD
Maintenance engineering.

7.2.

PLC Spare Space


The finished PLC control system after startup acceptance testing is
completed will have:
7.2.1. Minimums of 20% free memory in the processor for programming
and data table.
7.2.2. A minimum of 20% unused I/O addressing for each panel with I/O
located in it.

7.3.

Control System Wiring


This section lays out the general requirements for all control system
wiring.
7.3.1. Process Interlocks
Process Interlocks: All communication between adjacent operations
that interact in machines operating process. The function of these
signal are to act as an interlock to prevent improper operation or
possible damage to the equipment.
7.3.1.1.

There will be no hardwired processor to processor (PLC


to PLC) when required process interlocks.

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Process interlocks (PLC to PLC) must be via:


DeviceNet Network.
ASI Network.
Profibus DP Network.
Ethernet I/P Network.

7.3.1.3.

If the Process Interlock is between systems that have not


Network link, then the interlock may be hardwired using
safety relay connected to I/O and identified by yellow
wiring. MJD should be aware for the approval of the
activity.

7.3.2. Data Process


Data Process is all information that is sent to an operation adjacent
to denote the Part type, Serial No., piece counter, date, etc.
7.3.1.2.

Data Process (PLC to PLC) will be via Ethernet.

7.3.1.3.

If the Data Process is between systems that have not


Ethernet, then may be hardwired using safety relay
connected to I/O and identified by yellow wiring. MJD
should be aware for the approval of the activity.

7.3.2. External Logic


7.3.2.1.

No hardwired logic will be done external to the PLC. This


includes PID control (i.e. PID controllers are internal to
the PLC).

7.3.2.2.

Exception: multiple limit switches are in series to a single


input will only be allowed if the output of all of the limit
switches in the series chain have a separate input.

7.3.3. Safety Systems


7.3.3.1.

All hardwired Safety Interlocks will be wired through


safety relays and will be monitored in the PLC. Each
safety interlock must be connected to an input in the
PLC. The supplier for safety relays and safety PLCs
shall be Allen Bradley with exceptions to be approved by
John Deere.

7.3.3.2.

E-STOP condition will disable all outputs through a


master control relay.

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7.3.3.3.

E-STOP condition will on be reset by a MCR reset button


located on the equipment panel.

7.3.3.4.

All machines must have an audible alarm before the


MCR be actuated and sounds again 5 seconds before
the auto cycle start.

7.3.3.5

Conductors inside control enclosures must comply with


color code as follows:
Black
All ungrounded control circuit conductors operating at the
supply voltage (480 VAC, 230 VAC)
Red
Ungrounded AC control circuits operating at a voltage
less than the supply voltage (120 VAC, 48 VAC, 24 VAC,
12 VAC)
Blue
Ungrounded DC control circuits (5 VDC, 12 VDC, 24
VDC, 48 VDC)
Yellow
Ungrounded AC control circuits or other wiring, such as
for cabinet lighting, that remain energized when the main
disconnect is in the "off" position.
White
Grounded AC current-carrying control circuit conductor,
regardless of voltage (VAC Neutral).
White with blue stripe or Blue with white stripe
Grounded DC current-carrying control circuit conductor
Green or Green with yellow stripe
Physical Ground

7.4.

Control System Documentation


The following documentation must be supplied to MJD by the vendor.
7.4.1. Drawings must have a border that includes MJD Logo, vendor
company logo, and project number that links the drawing to the
equipment. AutoCAD template will be provided by MJD.
7.4.2. All machine drawings must be submitted to MJD in AutoCAD
drawing format version 2011.

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7.4.3. Equipment that requires multiple sheets must have an index sheet
for all of the drawings in the print set. The index must give the file
name of the drawing and what is documented on the sheet.
7.4.4. Panel Drawings
7.4.4.1.

Panel Layout and Mounting.

This is a series of drawings that show the general physical


arrangement of equipment on the inside or outside of the
panel.
Also any mounting or foundation details will documented on
these drawings.
7.4.4.2.

Panel Interconnections.

This is a series of drawings that show all panels, all terminal


blocks, and all conductors that are installed in a system.
All wires will be numbered.
All terminal blocks will be numbered in numerical ascending
order, starting from top to bottom, or from left to right.
Terminals block label will not be the wire number or I/O
address.
Spare terminal blocks will be shown and labeled as spares.
Shell be 10 percent of total in use on the terminal block.
7.5.

Programmable Controller Design


7.5.1. All machines shall be controlled by a programmable controller. MJD
will monitor software development on a regular basis. All logic
functions must be performed internal to the PLC. Inputs and/or
outputs shall not be wired in parallel or series.
7.5.2. The following drawings must be submitted with the design of any
equipment that is programmable.
7.5.2.1.

Flowcharts for sequence of operations.

7.5.2.2.

Flowcharts for PLC control sequence.

7.5.2.3.

Block Diagrams of system functions.

7.5.2.4.

Description of user operation of the equipment

7.5.2.5.

Description of troubleshooting of the equipment


this may include two levels of troubleshooting:

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a. Troubleshooting for the operator to provide simple


solutions to error conditions that do not require
maintenance help.
b. Troubleshooting for the plant engineers to solve
equipment malfunctions.

7.5.3. Wire Labeling


7.5.3.1.

Each wire will be labeled at all termination points.

7.5.3.2.

Wires connected to PLC or CNC I/O cards will be labeled


with the programming address.

7.5.3.3.

Wires that are not connected to I/O points will be labeled


with numbers that is identified on the electrical
schematic. The first numbers are the number of sheet
and the last numbers will be the number of row.

7.5.3.4.

If multiple conductor cable is used, the wire color will be


added to the electrical schematic in addition to the wire
number.

7.5.4. Device Naming Conventions


7.5.4.1.

Standard electrical symbols shall be used for all


diagrams. Refer to American National Standard Y32.2.

7.5.4.2.

Symbols for logic devices shall be in accordance with


NEMA standard IC-1 Industrial Control

7.5.4.3.

Symbols for devices shall be identified by number


combination and letter. The following table identifies
examples of equipment naming conventions.

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Items
Relays - General Use
- Master
- Automatic
Electronically
Energized
- Manual (HAND)
- Latch
- Unlatch
- Timers
Overloads
Motor Starters
Reversing Motor Starters
Plugs
with Multiple Poles
Solenoids
Limit Switches
Pressure Switches

7.6.

Examples
CR, CR1, CR2
CRM
CRA
CRE
CRH
CRL1, CRL2
CRU1, CRU2
TR1, TR2
OL, OL1, OL3
M1, M2,
MF1 (Forward)
MR1 (Reverse)
PL1, PL2
PL1/4, PL2/6
SOL1, SOL2
LS1, LS2
PS1, PS2

OEM Computers and Peripheral Equipment:


7.6.1 For specifications of personal computers supporting manufacturing
or machining equipment, please see section X.
PCs that require additional features or hardware such as Tape
Drives, additional RAM, a SCSI hard drive or any device not listed
above, must be bought as part of the original equipment and fully
supported by the vendor and the original supplier.
Power conditioning or UPS is not required since MJD will have a
central power supply to provide the factory shop floor regulated and
backed up energy.
It is required that if the vendor purchases the PC, they should
include in the package as a single solution to avoid ownership of
manufacturing equipment performance concerns. Contact MJD IT
department for details on special pricing considerations from HP.
Corporate Software & Technology (CS&T is providing standard
configurations to Deere units in the U.S. they may assist in the
purchase of the computer).
7.6.2 Equipment enclosures
Enclosures with good ventilation is required for equipment installed
on the shop floor since the temperature will be maintained at 80
85 (26-30C)degrees. Electrostatic or equivalent dust filters are
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also required. Do not Place Control equipment PLC or CNC at the


top of equipment that produce heat. Also the enclosure should
have a thermostat connected to the PLC in order to detect an overtemperature.
7.6.3 Air Conditioning
Manufacturing supporting systems equipment that requires air
conditioners will be allowed to maintain the temperature or
environment of machinery or supporting electronic equipment. The
preferred brand will be PFANNENBERG. The air conditioner should
have a thermostat and a switch door in order to shut off the cooler
in case of door open.
7.6.4 Equipment Warranty
Please see section X for warranty information or contact MJD IT
department.
7.6.5 Asset Tracking
All invoices that include PCs should be stated as line items so that
asset management could be completed per any written policy for
asset tracking.
7.6.6 Protocol and Network Card
The standard protocol is TCP/IP.
100baseT adapters.

Network connections through

7.6.7 Laser Printers


Please see section X for standard printer information or contact
MJD IT department.
7.6.8 Exceptions
Any special need will be considered as exceptions. Each
exception will be considered on per proposal basis. In order to
avoid outdated, unsupported and obsolete equipment being
purchased, MJD IT department must be notified and wait for their
approval.
7.6.9 Obsolescence
Due to continuous growth in computer equipment technology,
obsolescence is an important factor to consider. Please contact
MJD IT department if technical specifications in these guidelines
are lower than the top configuration in the computer market at the
time of purchase.
7.6.10 The following items shall also be supplied with the documentation
package specified in Section F.2 where computer systems are
involved:
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7.6.11 Computer listing of the implemented software shall be provided in


triplicate. This must include executive and applications programs in
source and object code listing form. A complete cross-reference
shall be provided to make such listing readable to experienced
programmers.
7.6.12 All applications software shall be flowcharted. All variables, tables,
arrays, and similar such data handling information shall be
adequately described.
All mnemonics shall be defined and
described. All such information relating to the system software and
all information necessary to provide programming support shall be
provided in a "Programmer's Manual." Such a manual shall be
provided in triplicate.
7.6.13 Diagnostics: A complete set of OEM (Original Equipment
Manufacturer) Equipment Diagnostics shall be provided with the
machine or equipment being supplied. All necessary equipment,
instructions, manuals, and corresponding media (magnetic tape,
Compact disc, DVD, etc.) shall also be included as a part of the
total computer system. This shall be done even in the case where
the sole use of such equipment would be to run diagnostic
programs only. Triplicate documentation, schematics, manuals,
etc., as specified else where in this section, shall apply to all
diagnostic equipment and software.
7.6.14 Where special interfaces have been implemented by the equipment
vendor not the OEM's product), diagnostic programs shall be
supplied to exercise such devices to the fullest extent of the
application. That is, diagnostics for such equipment must be
supplied; and they shall be capable of complete testing of this
device(s), as interfaced to the computer system. These diagnostics
must be capable of pointing out any problem in such special
equipment. Documentation requirements shall equally apply to
these diagnostics.
7.6.15 Schematics, as specified in Section F.2 below, shall include the
entire computer: processor, drivers, clocks, DMA circuitry, etc. All
circuitry within the computer mainframe cabinet and complete
electronic and logic schematics shall be included for all such items.
7.6.16 All Original Equipment Manufacturer's (OEM) manuals,
publications, data, and application information materials, for the
specific equipment supplied, shall be provided in triplicate in PDF
format.
The basic computer, the interface equipment, the
peripherals to the system, the mass-storage devices, and all
equipment provided as part of a computer system shall be included
in this requirement.
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7.6.17 Training: Training credit, or tuition, for computer-OEM training shall


be included in the equipment quotation. The amount of credits, or
tuition, to be included shall be for the normal duration of the OEM
computer hardware training course held at OEM's site only.
Quotations will not be accepted without such inclusion.
7.6.18 A triplicate set of "Computer Operator's Manuals" shall be provided.
This manual shall specify start-up procedures, bootloader
programs, system operating instructions, program operation
instructions, and all similar procedures.
7.6.19 The vendor shall provide a method of system rebooting. This shall
include the necessary media services, loading devices, and
programming to allow the system user (MJD) to reload and restart
the entire computer system without assistance from any vendor,
either equipment or computer OEM--except in cases of hardware
failure.
7.6.20 Where field implementation of computer systems requires on-site
revisions to hardware and/or software, all documentation and
storage media (stored copies of supplied software) shall be
updated. All final documentation shall, therefore, reflect the system
as delivered and as working at the user's site, Motores John Deere.
Overall acceptance of the equipment will not be given without
completion of this work by the equipment vendor.
7.6.21 The following information must be supplied with the Equipment
Approval Drawings (see F.2):
7.6.21.1 Itemized heat generation list of all equipment in the
computer system in BTU/hour.
7.6.21.2 A list of minimum environmental criteria must be
supplied. Statements concerning cleanliness, humidity,
security, and space requirements shall be made at the
approval stage of the project.
7.6.21.3 Industry-standard component identification numbers shall
be used on the schematic drawings and on the circuit
boards in the entire system. Specials and Mystery Chips
(integrated circuit chips) are not acceptable.
7.6.21.4 Electronic-printed
circuit
boards,
modules,
and
subassemblies must be labeled with the manufacturer's
assembly part number and revision level.

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7.6.22 Effective Spare Memory Space and the percentage of unused


processor time shall be calculated and stated. A minimum of 20
percent spare, direct-access memory shall be provided.
7.6.23 For detailed information on computer equipment, software
standards, restricted softwares, restricted use of Ethernet networks
please refer to section X IT Factory Spec
7.7 HMI Software Configuration
7.7.1 All control and data collection from HMI software will be
accomplished with the PLC Ethernet interface.
7.7.2. Control functions will take place during the scheduled portion of the
bandwidth.
7.7.3 An ethernet connection in the HMI PC will be used for:

7.8

7.7.3.1

Data upload

7.7.3.2

HMI screen database access

7.7.3.3

Possible alarm database access

7.7.3.4

Program file management.

Control and electrical enclosures


7.8.1 All enclosures will be without viewing windows.
7.8.2 All enclosures with programmable equipment will have a folding
shelf capable of holding a laptop computer.
7.8.3 Near the folding shelf will be an available fused 120VAC power
outlet and ethernet port.
7.8.4 All enclosures including HMI panels must have a maximum of 6
feet (1.50 meters) in height in order to comply with visual factory
standard in MJD.
7.8.5 Communication and power drops to the control panels must be in
opposite sides of the enclosure in order to avoid any kind of
electrical noise in networks.
7.8.6 All main control enclosures must be provided with fluorescent light
in all doors and must be connected to the Daykin transformer in
order to maintain the VAC supply if the main disconnect is off.

8 Motores John Deere Modifications to NFPA-79 Standards.


The following shall apply to NFPA-79, unless noted otherwise (based on NFPA
1994 edition).
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NOTE: The following changes, additions, deletions, revisions, etc. to NFPA79 are for purposes of conformance to obsolete JIC and current John Deere
standards. The combination of this NFPA-79 standard and the following
modifications shall be considered together as one binding standard.

8.1 Add to 1-1 (a): Modifications to this standard shall also support:
-- Uninterrupted production.
-- Long life of the equipment.
-- Ease and low cost of maintenance.
8.2 Add 2-1 (d): Approvals and Final Drawings:
8.2.1 Approvals: Approval shall be obtained before electrical components
are installed on the industrial equipment.
After preliminary
approval, any deviations made by the equipment builder shall have
the approval (MJD) Electrical Engineering in writing before changes
are made.

8.3 The following approval drawings and data are to be submitted for approval:
8.3.1 Wiring and elementary diagrams (schematics)
8.3.2 Sequence of operation.
8.3.3 Bill of Material (showing original manufactured part number).
8.3.4 Panel and control station layouts.
8.3.5 Interconnection diagrams.
8.3.6 Electrical layout drawings showing the relative location of electrical
panels and electrical devices on the equipment.
8.3.7 Recommended spare parts list(showing original manufactured part
number). When the equipment supplier furnishes packaged
systems from other suppliers in conjunction with his equipment, the
equipment supplier shall furnish all electrical diagrams and
maintenance instructions for the packaged systems.
8.4

The amount of timing required to submit this (and all other) documentation
Is specified in Section O of this specification.

8.5

See also E.9.d and E.9.e (computers).

8.6

Final drawings: On completion of the industrial equipment and not later


than the date of shipment, a complete set of non folded tracings or
reproducible copies of final diagrams shall be forwarded to the purchaser.
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The quality of the tracings or reproducible copies shall permit making


changes and clearly legible prints. If the industrial equipment builder
makes any field changes, they shall be recorded; and a reproducible copy
of the changed drawing shall be forwarded to the purchaser or other
designated person. AutoCAD-produced drawings with CD or DVD are a
preferred alternative to reproducible Mylar prints.
8.7

Add to 2-2 (b):


Where a relay contact appears on a sheet separate from the one on which
the coil is shown, the purpose of the contact shall be described
immediately above the contact without using abbreviations. Refer that
particular contact to the sheet on which the coil is shown. And refer the
coil to the sheets on which every contact is used.

8.8

Add to 2-2 (c):


The purposes or function of controls such as switches, relays, starters,
contactors, solenoids, timers, etc., shall be shown on diagrams adjacent to
their respective symbols. The number of positions of solenoid valves shall
be shown adjacent to the valve symbol. Descriptive terms for command
and status functions shall be in the present or past tense. Example: raise
transfer - transfer raised; advance transfer - transfer advanced. Terms
such as "transfer up" shall not be used.

8.9

Add to 2-2 (e):


Each conductor shall have the same identification at all terminals and tie
points.

8.10

Revise 2-2 (g):


An interconnection diagram shall be provided on systems having a
number of separate enclosures and/or control stations. It shall indicate
the interconnecting conductors between all terminals on each terminal
block for all panels and chassis comprising the complete electrical system.
Each connection shall be identified, as shown on the elementary diagram
blank spaces; and spare terminals shall be shown.

8.11

Add 2-2 (j):


Electrical diagrams, including panel layout, bill of material list, sequence of
operation, etc., shall be on a 11" x 17" sheet size. Multiple sheets shall be
cross-referenced. All diagrams shall show the equipment serial number,
the purchaser's drawing number, purchase order number, or similar
identification which will indicate the particular equipment to which the
diagrams apply. Diagrams shall show all equipment in the electrical
system including internal wiring at subassemblies.
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Add 2-2 (k):


An elementary diagram shall be furnished for each electrical system. A
logic diagram may be furnished in lieu of or in combination with, an
elementary diagram. The elementary diagram shall be drawn between
vertical lines, which represent the source of control power. All control
devices shall be shown between these lines. Actuating coils of control
devices shall be shown on the right-hand side. All contacts shall be
shown between the coils and the left vertical line.
8.12.1 Exception No. 1: Overload relay contracts may be connected to the
right of the coil (common), if the conductors between such contacts
and the coils of the magnetic devices do not extend beyond the
control enclosure.

8.13

Add 2-2 (l):


Control devices shall be grouped and drawn in the following order:
8.13.1 Sequencing and position indicating relays, etc.
8.13.2 Solenoids for valves.

8.14

Within each group, control devices shall be drawn in the order of


energization--with the exception of solenoids common to a valve;
example: clamp - unclamp. Contacts of multiple contact devices (e.g.,
selector switches) shall be shown on the line of the elementary diagram
where they are connected in the circuit with a dotted line or arrow showing
the mechanical connection of the contacts.

8.15

Add 2-2 (m):


Electronic diagram shall include pertinent data for maintenance purposes
as follows:
8.15.1 Voltage and current data for maintenance purposes.
8.15.2 Normal voltages on transformer windings.
8.15.3 Signal input and output voltages.
8.15.4 Oscilloscope traces, showing wave form and peak-to-peak voltages
where meter readings are inadequate.
8.15.5 The instantaneous polarity of each transformer winding in phasesensitive circuits.
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8.15.6 The electrical values of capacitors, resistors, inductances, and


other electronic components.
8.16

Add 2-2 (n):


The panel layout shall show the general physical arrangement of all
components on the control panel. Devices may be represented by square
or rectangles and identified the same as on elementary diagram. Spare
panel space shall be dimensioned. A layout of operators console or push
button station shall be shown
Photographs of electronic chassis and similar complex devices may be
furnished in lieu of panel layouts, provided each component is clearly
visible.

8.17

Add 2-2 (o): b


Electrical Layout: The electrical layout shall consist of an outline of the
equipment, not necessarily to scale, showing the control panel enclosure
and its dimensions, operator's console, and accessory units not attached
directly to the equipment, such as hydraulic power units, in their relative
locations. The drawing shall also show the location of control devices
whose location cannot be readily determined from the elementary and
other electrical diagrams, such as limit switches used on indexing
mechanisms. All devices shall be identified as shown on the elementary
diagram.
Foundation Drawing: On equipment requiring conduit in the foundation,
the minimum size, purpose, and location of the conduit to be used shall be
shown on a foundation drawing.

8.18

Revise 2-3 (d):


The parts listed shall itemize electrical spare parts showing quantity used,
manufacturer's name, type or model and catalog number of each device
used, motor horsepower, frame size, type of enclosure and speed, and
any other information necessary to order replacement electrical and
electronic items.

8.19

Revise 5-8 (b):


When disconnects are mounted in separate enclosures, each supplying
power to part of a complete machine or equipment, the following
provisions shall be made:
8.19.1 A main disconnecting means shall be furnished to de-energize the
entire system.

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8.19.2 Special emphasis must be given to provide for control of hazardous


energy sources, OHSA Std. 1910.147.
8.19.3 The disconnecting means in any of the separate control enclosures
shall de-energize all current-carrying components in that enclosure
when placed in the OFF position.
8.19.4 Exception: Control devices and terminals located in the enclosure,
but energized from a remote source, need not be de-energized if
identified by yellow wiring.
8.20

Add to 5-9 (a):


A suitable device, operated by a screwdriver or other common hand tool,
shall be provided so that the interlocks may be bypassed and the panel
doors opened without disconnecting the power. Interlocking must be
reactivated automatically when panel doors are closed. Progressive
interlocking, door to door, shall not be used.

8.21

Add 5-10 (e):


The operating handle shall be mounted on the front of the control
compartment or enclosure, not on a door.

8.22

Add to 6-1:
Fuses for power and control shall be dual element types having a
minimum interrupting capacity of 100,000 amperes at rated voltage.
Fuses shall meet the performance standards outlined in NEMA Standard
FU-1, Low Voltage Fuses. Fuse dimensions shall conform to those listed
for NEMA Class H.
Exception: The interrupting capacity requirement does not apply to fuses
in the control circuit below the main control circuit protective device(s).
Examples are those used for protection of individual solenoids and small
subassemblies.

8.23

Revise Table 6-5 (a):


Percent of full-load current for dual element fuses shall be 125. Non-time
delay fuses and circuit breakers not allowed for motor protection.

8.24

Revise 6-5 (b):


All motors above 1 hp shall have individual branch-circuit overcurrent
protection, as specified in 6-3. Individual branch circuit preparation for
motors 1 hp, and less, may share common branch circuit overcurrent
protection providing:
8.24.1 Maximum size conductor is in accordance with Table 13-1(f).
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8.24.2 Fusing shall not exceed 20 amperes.


8.25

Add 6-6 (d):


External motor overload reset push buttons are not to be provided.

8.26

Add to 6-7:
In addition, motors shall be protected against stalled conditions by the use
of a separate protective device, which is responsible to motor current.

8.27

Delete exceptions 1, 2, and 4 of 6-9 (b):

8.28

Add 6-12 (e):


Control circuit transformers shall conform to NEMA Standard ST-1,
Specialty Transformers, Section 4, Machine Tool Transformers, and shall
be Type 1, without integral overcurrent protection. The transformer
primary winding shall be dual rated 240/480 volts at 60 cycles with a
single secondary winding rated 120 volts. Ratings for other frequencies
shall be as specified in the NEMA standards.
Exception: Transformers rated less than 75 volt-amperes (e.g., for use in
combination motor starters) shall conform to NEMA Standard ST-1,
Section 3, Control Transformers. Add to 7-2 (a), Exception 2.

8.29

Delete 6-13.

8.30

Add 7-4 (c):


Solenoids shall be relay controlled with separate normally open contacts
of the same relay connected in each lead of the solenoid. Not more than
two contacts shall control any solenoid. For PLC controls, each output
that drives a solenoid requires an individual circuit fuse.
Exception: Where a grounded control circuit is specified, a single normally
open contact shall be connected in the ungrounded lead of the solenoid.

8.31

Add to 7-11:
The circuit shall be protected from under voltage and return to the neutral
mode upon power failure, thus requiring the operator to re-select the
manual or automatic mode. Pilot lights shall be used to indicate manual
and automatic modes to the operator.

8.32

Add 7-18:
Plugging Circuits: Plugging switches or zero speed switches, used to
control the application or removal of power in order that moving parts may
be slowed down, stopped, or reversed, shall be provided with features
incorporated in the control circuit to (1) prevent the re-application of power
after the completion of the plugging operation, and (2) prevent the
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application of power through any manual movement of the plugging switch


shaft of the motor or equipment. Timing relays are not permitted for
plugging motors used for tapping at the end of the forward stroke.
8.33

Add 7-19:
Movement Initiation by Limit Switches: Control circuits shall be designed
so that when the equipment is in its home, or end of cycle, position,
movement of any part of the equipment can be initiated by limit switches
only if all of the following conditions are met:
8.33.1 The control is set for automatic operation.
8.33.2 The control is of the holding circuit type and is energized.
8.33.3 The condition of the automatic operation is indicated by pilot lights.
8.33.4 On slides using position in controls like CNC axis or Transfer line
axis you should add an overtravel limit switch normally closed on both
sides of the slide. These switches will turn off the power to the drive on
that sensing.

8.33.5 The position on all slides using encoders in the motors must have
linear encoder to double check heads position.
8.34

Add 7-20:
Anti-repeat Operation: On equipment where continuous consecutive
cycles of operation of the equipment are not a normal or a desired
operation, the circuit shall be arranged so that such operation cannot be
obtained by the use of any button or control means available to the
equipment operator. Specifically, continuous consecutive cycles shall not
result even though the cycle start button(s) is held continuously in the start
position. Timers shall not be used in anti-repeat circuits.

8.35

Add 7-21:
Changing from Rapid Traverse to Feed: Hydraulically actuated heads
shall not require an energizing operation to change from rapid traverse to
feed rate.

8.36

Add 7-22:
One Station for Motor Starting: There shall be only one station effective at
any time for starting all motors consecutively. However, multiple stop
stations may be used.

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Add 7-23:
Overspeed Protection for DC Motors: Shunt and compound-wound DC
motors shall be equipped with overspeed, or field-loss protection, to
prevent excessive motor speed.

8.38

Add 7-24:
Rotary Cam Limit Switches used as Sequence Control: Rotary cam
switches shall not be used as sequence controls on equipment unless the
position of the equipment component or the location of the material in
process is indicated by separate controls, such as limit switches, which
are interlocked with the rotary cam switch.
Exception: This requirement does not apply to presses.

8.39

Add 7-25:
Control of Valves: Electrically controlled (solenoid) hydraulic and
pneumatic valves shall be applied in such a manner that, in the event of
power failure, there will be no hazard or damage to the equipment.
8.39.1 Workpiece clamping applications. The clamping solenoid valve
shall remain energized throughout the working cycle and until the
unclamp solenoid is energized.
Example: Clamps actuated by hydraulic or pneumatic means and
controlled by two-position, double-solenoid-operated four-way valves.
8.39.2 Indexing applications.
Example 1: Hydraulic-indexing mechanisms controlled by threeposition, spring-center, double-solenoid-operated four-way valves.
Example 2: Pneumatic indexing mechanisms controlled by two singlesolenoid, spring-offset, three-way valves; or a two- or three-position
four-way valve.

8.40

Add 7-26:
Factory regulations prohibit machine operators from using disconnect
switch, except in case of emergency; therefore, all operations including
timing motors, solenoids, etc., which run continuously during operation,
must be started and stopped by use of a magnetic master control relay, or
equivalent, rather than using the disconnect switch.

8.41

Revise 7-17:
Two-Hand Operations: Two push buttons shall be provided for each
operator for protection against pinch points or other movement hazards
and shall include all of the following:
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8.41.1 The circuits shall require maintained depression of each button


throughout the cycle or until a point is reached in the cycle where
the hazard ceases.
8.41.2 Each pair of buttons shall be located and arranged so that
operation by means other than the two hands of the operator is
prevented.
8.41.3 The circuit shall be designed and wired so that the equipment
cannot be operated unless both buttons at each station are
released between successive operations.
8.42

Add 7-27:
Circuit Design and Interlocking: Where improper sequencing may create a
hazard or cause damage to the equipment or work in process, protective
interlocks shall be provided. Their interlocks shall give protection against
both:
8.42.1 Failure of one or more devices to function properly.
8.42.2 Improper sequencing in manual or automatic operation.
For set-up purposes, manual means, preferably by push buttons, shall be
provided to perform individual functions. Direct operation of solenoid
valve with rods or tools is not considered "manual means."

8.43

Add 7-28:
Multiple Start Stations: Where more than one cycle-start station is
provided, all start buttons shall be concurrently depressed to initiate the
cycle and released between successive operations, unless interlocking is
provided to require either (1) the use of one station at a time, or (2) the
initiation of the cycle by depressing buttons in a specified sequence.

8.44

Add 8-3 (f):


Polyphase motor starters shall be of the magnetic type and shall not be
smaller than the NEMA Size 1.

8.45

Add 8-5:
Control device external to the control enclosure, such as limit switches,
push buttons, selector switches, valve solenoid enclosure and pressure
switches, shall be oil tight, heavy-duty type. Watertight (NEMA 4)
enclosures shall be used where the machines are exposed to coolant,
soluble oil, water, weather, or similar wet environment.

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Add 8-6:
Panel mounted control devices shall be front-mounted, connected, and
wired.
Exception: This does not apply to such direct current and large alternating
current equipment not commercially available for front connection.

8.47

Add 8-7:
Screw-type terminals with captive saddle straps or equivalent means of
retaining stranded conductors shall be provided on control devices.
Exception: This requirement does not apply to devices mounted external
to the control enclosure and normally equipped with leads, such as valve
solenoid and clutches.

8.48

Add 8-8:
Control devices and coils shall be marked in accordance with published
pertinent standards or with the maker's name or trademark, ordering
number, and applicable descriptive electrical specifications such as
voltage and frequency.
Exception: Where the device is too small to identify, the information shall
be shown on the diagram or stock list.

8.49

Add 8-9:
Electrically energized devices located external to the control enclosure,
such as clutches, solenoids. Other coil-operated devices, precision and
other small devices used for control shall be enclosed and include an oiltight enclosure for conduit termination and connection purposes. Coils
shall have leads, which extend a minimum of 4 inches with pressure
connectors. Connections shall be bolted and taped.

8.50

Add 8-10:
Solenoids used for actuating valves, brakes, and other mechanisms shall
have a continuous duty rating.

8.51

Add 8-11:
Additional transformer capacity of 25 percent above requirements, but not
less than 100 volt-amperes nor more than 1000 volt-amperes, shall be
furnished.
Exception: This requirement does not apply to control transformers used
in combination motor starters.

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Add 8-12:
Relays shall have a complete set of contacts (e.g., a four-pole block shall
have all contacts furnished).

8.53

Add 8-13:
The following devices shall not be used:
8.53.1 Stepping switches
8.53.2 Push selector switches for start-stop operations
8.53.3 Latch relays, except for memory indication
8.53.4 Relays with overlapping contacts
8.53.5 Neutral position switches

8.54

Add 8-14:
Group Starting of Motors: The starting of motors shall be in sequence so
that a group of motors started simultaneously will not exceed an
aggregate of 60 hp.

8.55

Add to 9-1 (a):


Control enclosures and compartments shall be constructed in
conformance with applicable sections of this standard and both of the
following:
8.55.1 NEMA Type 12 (See NEMA Standard IC-1, Industrial Control).
8.55.2 Underwriters' Laboratories Standard UL 508, Industrial Control
Equipment.

8.56

Add 9-1 (c):


Mounting feet or other suitable means external to the enclosure shall be
provided for equipment-mounted enclosures.
Separately mounted
enclosures shall be freestanding.

8.57

Add 9-1 (d):


There shall be no holes in the enclosure for mounting the enclosure or
mounting controls within the enclosure without MJD Electrical Engineering
approval.

8.58

Add 9-1 (e):


Conduit or wireway openings shall be cut only as required. One additional
hole may be cut in the side or bottom for temporary power line connection.
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Where wireway and conduit are disconnected for shipment, such openings
shall be sealed prior to shipment.
8.59

Add 9-1 (f):


Other equipment shall not be mounted on the exterior of the control
enclosure unless specified by MJD Electrical Engineering.

8.60

Add to 9-5:
Exception 1: In no case shall the depth of the enclosure be less than 8
inches.
Exception 2: When the panel area of floor-mounted enclosure exceeds
3,600 square inches, the minimum depth shall be 12 inches.

8.61

Add 9-6 (a):


Compartment doors, enclosures and enclosure doors shall be designed to
have sufficient rigidity to assure continuous proper alignment between
mating parts, such as door fasteners and locking devices.

8.62

Add 9-6 (b):


Door aligning guides may be used to insure alignment. Reinforcements
shall be used, as necessary, to prevent door warpage.

8.63

Add 9-6 (c):


Door swing shall be a minimum of 165 degrees.

8.64

Add 9-6 (d):


Door swing shall be such that ready access to disconnect handle is not
blocked.

8.65

Add 9-6 (e):


Continuous hinges (piano type), welded in place, are preferred for all
enclosure doors.

8.66

Add 9-6 (f):


Door fasteners on small enclosures and compartments shall be designed
to seal the door tightly around its perimeter. Vault-type hardware, which
latches simultaneously at the top and bottom, shall be used on small
enclosure doors.

8.67

Add 9-6 (g):


Door fasteners on large enclosures and compartments shall be designed
to seal the door tightly around its perimeter. Vault-type hardware, which
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latches simultaneously at the top, center and bottom, shall be used on


large enclosure doors.
8.68

Revise 9-9:
The interior of enclosure and back panel shall be finished in white enamel
or lacquer; the interior of the doors shall be orange enamel or lacquer.

8.69

Add 10-2 (h):


Controls should be mounted on an exterior surface of the equipment
between 1-1/2 and 5 feet, but in no case less than 12 inches, above the
operating floor line.
Terminal blocks shall be mounted a minimum of 12 inches above the
operating floor line.
Terminal blocks located in compartments at sectional points shall not be
recessed more than 4 inches from the equipment surface.

8.70

Add 10-2 (i):


Control devices, normally panel mounted, shall be mounted in one
enclosure or compartment.

8.71

Add 10-2 (j):


Control equipment shall not be mounted on the door or sides of the
enclosure--except for such devices as push buttons, selector switches,
and pilot lights. Such devices shall be wired from terminal strips on the
control panel.

8.72

Add 10-2 (k):


Panel-mounted control components, such as relays, shall be mounted in
numerical order from left to right and top to bottom corresponding to the
panel layout. Starters and contactors should be mounted in a similar
manner.

8.73

Add 10-2 (l):


Spare terminals shall be provided on each control panel. The number
shall be 10 percent of the total in use on the panel or a minimum of 8 for
control conductors and 3 for power conductors.

8.74

Add 10-2 (m):


A minimum of 15 percent of clear panel mounting space shall be provided
on large panels and 30 percent on small panels to permit adding future
control devices. On large panels, the total space should be divided into
two or more spaces.

8.75

Add 10-2 (n):


The bottom of the lowest panel-mounted control device shall not be less
than 18 inches above the operating floor line. In no case shall the top of
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the panel-mounted control devices be more than 5 feet above the


operating floor line.
8.76

Delete 10-6 (a) Exception 1.

8.77

Add 10-6 (d):


Plug-in devices and assemblies should be mechanically secure.
Automatic locking upon full insertion is preferred.

8.78

Delete 11-1 (a) exception.

8.79

Add 11-1 (f):


Indicating lights shall be of the push-to-test type, powered by 24 VDC.

8.80

Delete 11-4 exception.

8.81

Add 11-5 (a):


Push button and pilot light enclosures with six or more units shall be
equipped with hinged covers.

8.82

Add 11-5 (b):


Where more than 16 units are required, terminal strips shall be furnished
in the enclosure.

8.83

Add 11-7 (d):


Push buttons shall be mounted on a surface, which is not less than 45
degrees from the horizontal plane.

8.84

Add 11-7 (e):


Pipe lines, tubing or devices for handling air, gases, or liquids shall not be
located in control stations.

8.85

Add 11-9:
Multiple Station Equipment:
8.85.1 Pilot lights shall be furnished to show the position of mechanical
components, such as clamps, transfers, transfer fingers and
locators, and the functions shown in Table 11-1.
8.85.2 Pilot lights shall be located at the main control station and arranged
in accordance with the sequence of operations.
8.85.3 Push buttons shall be provided at the operator's main control
station to provide complete manual operation in accordance with
the sequence of operation.

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8.85.4 An operator's control station, including a selector switch, shall be


provided at each station for manual operation of individual heads.
The control circuit shall be interlocked to prevent operation from the
main control station when the local selector switch is set in either
manual or off position. The nameplate on the selector switch shall
read from left to right automatic-off-manual.
8.86

Revise 12-3 (b):


Control panel lights shall be supplied from source number (6).

8.87

Add to 12-3 (c):


Instrument lights and machine work lights shall be supplied from source
number (1).

8.88

Delete 14-1 (a), Exception 5.

8.89

Delete 14-1 (f), Exception.

8.90

Add 14-1 (g):


Terminals on terminal blocks shall be numbered in numerical ascending
order, starting from top to bottom, or from left to right.
Exception:
separately.

8.91

Terminals for remote interlock wiring shall be grouped

Add 14-1 (h):


Power wiring external to the control enclosure shall be sized for the next
larger hp motor, up to and including 25 hp.

8.92

Revise 14-2 (a):


Panel wiring shall be contained in panel wireways.

8.93

Add to 14-2 (c):


The male plug shall be connected to the load circuit. Power and control
circuits shall not be carried in the same plug.

8.94

Add 14-2 (d):


The combined cross-sectional area of all conductors and cables shall not
exceed 50 percent of the interior cross-sectional area of the panel
wireways.

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Add 14-2 (e):


Control panels shall be equipped with terminal blocks for all external
wiring requiring No. 4 AWG and smaller conductors. Conductors larger
than No. 4 AWG may be terminated directly on the device.
Exception: This does not apply to supply line conductors.

8.96

Add to 14-3 (d):


The length shall not exceed 3 feet.

8.97

Add to 14-3 (e):


Fittings shall include basket weave or equivalent grips.

8.98

Add 14-3 (m):


Where equipment is constructed so that wiring must be disconnected for
shipment, terminal blocks or plugs and receptacles in an accessible
enclosure shall be provided at the sectional points. Spare terminals shall
be provided in each terminal enclosure, external to the control panel. The
number shall be 10 percent of the total in use or a minimum of 6
whichever is greater.

8.99

Add 14-3 (n):


Wiring external to the control panel shall have a termination at the terminal
blocks on the control panel. One wire shall be returned, for test purposes,
from a connection between limit switches, push buttons, or other devices
connected in series. The common side of the control circuit shall be wired
to a terminal in master terminal boxes.

8.100 Add 14-3 (o):


All raceways and conductors between equipment and separately mounted
enclosures shall be furnished. Inside the cabling duct the power wiring
(motor and servo power supply or high voltage VAC) must be separated
from communication and control wiring.
8.101 Add 14-3 (p):
Interlock control circuit wiring, which is energized from a remote control
power source, shall be segregated in terminal boxes and readily identified
with yellow insulation so the conductors can be distinguished from other
wiring in the box. Boxes containing such wiring shall be indicated on a
plate affixed to the outside of the cover which reads: Separately Energized
Interlock Wiring.

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8.102 Add 15-1 (c):


Junction, Pull, and Terminal Boxes: Boxes shall be readily accessible in
order that maintenance personnel be able to probe voltages during
machine operation without hazard from moving equipment. Guarding
and/or maintenance platforms shall be provided where necessary to meet
this requirement.
8.103 Add 15-1 (d):
Junction, pull, and terminal boxes shall be sealed with the following
conformance:
8.103.1
Materials:
material.

Gaskets shall be of an oil-resistant synthetic

8.103.2
Doors: Door sealing gaskets shall be at least 1/8-inch thick
and shall be held firmly in place by a continuous metal retainer in
addition to the adhesive.
8.103.3
Covers: Cover sealing gaskets shall be at least 1/16-inch
thick and shall be held firmly and permanently in place.
8.104 Add 15-3 (i):
Where conduit terminates in a threadless opening, a lock nut shall be
provided both inside and outside the enclosure, and the conduit end shall
be equipped with an insulating bushing. A suitable oil-tight means (such
as oil-resistant synthetic rubber O-ring and a metal cup) shall be provided
between the outside lock nut and opening. When the conduit enters the
opening through a conduit connector, the shoulder of the connector may
service as the outside lock nut. The O-ring assembly or an equivalent
sealing device shall also be furnished when a lock nut is used as a jam nut
on connectors fitted to threaded hubs.
8.105 Revise 15-4:
Intermediate Metal Conduit: Intermediate (steel) conduit shall be permitted
and shall be installed in conformance with the provisions of Sections 15-3
(b) through (i).
8.106 Revise 15-8 (d):
Where wireway is furnished in sections, the joints between shall fit tightly
and gasketed in conformance to 15-1 (d).

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8.107 Add 16-6 (a):


Motor Specifications: All electric AC motors shall be foot-mounted, castiron frames, high-efficiency type of manufacture specified by Section F.2.
High-efficiency specification waived only where motor manufacturer
excludes special frame types from respective, high-efficiency motor line.
All motors shall be totally enclosed, fan-cooled, except that motors smaller
than 2 hp may be totally enclosed, non-ventilated, and so sized that at the
loads of normal operation of the equipment, the hp requirements of the
equipment load will not exceed the nameplate hp of the respective motors.
Motors shall have sufficient torque to accelerate the connected load within
20 seconds with 80 percent of rated voltage maintained during the starting
period. Motors shall be rated 460 volts, 3-phase, 60 cycle in sizes over
100 hp. Motors 100 hp and smaller shall be rated either 230/460-volt, 3phase, 60 cycle, or 460 volt, 3-phase, 60 cycle. Single-phase motors are
not acceptable without written approval of the user. The Plant
Engineering Department shall approve Method of starting motors of 100
hp, or above.
8.108 Add 16-6 (b):
Totally enclosed motors shall be certified for continuous operation at full
nameplate power output in an ambient temperature of 40C and shall be
Class B or Class F insulated.
8.109 Add 16-6 (c):
Explosion-proof motors shall be dust explosion proof or vapor explosion
proof, as required, with sealed connectors and Class B insulation.
8.110 Add 16-6 (d):
Two-speed motors shall be the two-winding types for three-phase motors.
8.111 Add 16-6 (e):
Motor bearings shall be heavy-duty ball or roller type, with full provision for
such thrust as is imposed by the specific load. Bearings for integral
horsepower motors shall have rating life (AFBMA B10 rating) or 30,000
hours. Shop drawing shall be accompanied by evidence from the motor
manufacturer that motor bearings meet this service requirement.
8.112 Add 16-6 (f):
It shall be understood (and the submitting of a bid is understood by the
manufacturer as declaration to that effect) that the manufacturer will be
responsible for replacing any motor which, upon failure within five years of
installation, is found to have been equipped with bearings which do not
meet these rating life requirements. This guarantee requirement is in
addition to that specified herein before.
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8.113 Add 16-6 (g):


All motors shall be provided with effective mechanical seals at both ends
of both bearing housings. These seals shall be such as to guarantee
effective grease-tightness for the above-specified minimum average
bearing life. Bearings on motors 1/4 hp and larger shall be equipped with
double seals.
8.114 Add 16-6 (h):
Unit bearing motors are not acceptable for any service, except upon
special written acceptance by the purchaser.
8.115 Add 16-6 (i):
All frame sizes shall conform to NEMA Standard MG-1 latest edition and
subsequent addenda.
8.116 Add 16-6 (j):
Motors with belt drives shall be installed with approved belt tension
adjusting facilities; this will require bases, rails, and adjusting screws.
8.117 Add 16-6 (k):
Shop drawings for motor-driven equipment must be accompanied by
complete information concerning the respective motors. This information
shall include the following:
----------

-------

Horsepower
Voltage
Phase
Frequency
Speed
Maximum temperature rise in continuous service
Enclosure type
Frame
Bearings
-- Type of bearings
-- Manufacturer's bearing numbers
-- Type of lube fitting
-- AFBMA Rating Life (B-10 Basis)
NEMA design code letter
Thermal damage curve for motors 100 hp and larger
Motor-load acceleration-time curve for motors 100 hp and larger
Manufacturer
Conductor material
NEMA nominal and guaranteed efficiency ratings
Full load power factor rating

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8.118 Add 16-7:


Motors mounted within machine compartments or enclosures shall be
provided with sufficient space for ease of lubrication, servicing, and
replacement. Sufficient air circulation shall be provided so that the motor,
when under full-load conditions, will not exceed its rated temperature rise.
8.119 Add 16-8:
The motor compartment, or mounting space, shall be of sufficient size to
accommodate a NEMA frame size motor, complete with junction box, two
NEMA horsepower sizes larger, at the same speed, than that
recommended by the industrial equipment builder for driving the
equipment.
8.120 Add 16-9 (a):
Special motors with static and dynamic balance and noise control shall be
used only to eliminate machine trouble from these sources. In no case
shall the degree of balance be less than that specified in NEMA Standard
MG-1, Motors and Generators.
8.121 Add 16-9 (b).
Special characteristics of AC motors shall be shown on a separate
nameplate mounted adjacent to the conventional motor nameplate. The
manufacturer's catalog numbers shall not be considered sufficient to
designate such characteristics. Typical examples are:
8.121.1

Special insulation

8.121.2

Special shaft length

8.121.3

Special torque

8.121.4

Special balance

8.121.5

Special lubrication

8.122 Add 16-10:


No motor shall be required to operate intermittently or continuously above
its RMS hp rating.
8.123 Add 16-11:
Motors 300 hp and above shall have two sets of thermistors embedded in
the stator--one set to shut the motor down in event of over temperature,
the second set to prevent over temperature on restart by requiring
sufficient cooldown prior to restart.

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8.124 Revise 17-2 (b):


Equipment grounding conductors shall be insulated or bare and shall be
protected from damage by means equivalent to those provided for live
conductors. If an insulated equipment-grounding conductor is used, the
insulation shall be green (with or without a yellow stripe).
Exception: NEC250-79,f "The equipment bonding jumper shall be
permitted to be installed inside or outside of a raceway or enclosure.
Where installed on the outside, the length of the equipment bonding
jumper shall not exceed 6 feet and shall be routed with the raceway or
enclosure."
8.125 Add to 17-7:
Ungrounded control circuits shall be equipped with ground detector lights.
Lens color to be clear.
8.126 Add 16-12:
Power factor correction capacitors: Capacitors shall be installed on all
induction motors rated at 10 hp or larger.
8.127 Add 16-13:
All capacitors shall be of the dust-proof design and equipped with external
fuse protection and shall conform to NEMA standards (latest revision).
(No internal fusing allowed.) Only units by preferred suppliers will be
acceptable. Polychlorinated Byphenels (PCBs) materials are illegal and
therefore, completely unacceptable as insulating material in any device.
8.128 Add 16-14:
All capacitor installations shall be in accordance with the National
Electrical Code and as specified herein.
8.129 Add 16-15:
Capacitor units shall be connected on the line side of the motor starter
overload elements and switched with the motor.
8.130 Add 16-16:
It is intended that capacitor units be mounted on the exterior of the control
panel enclosure where practical.
8.131 Add 16-17:
Wire, conduit, and capacitor sizes for 480-volt, 3-phase, 60-cycle
capacitor installations shall be in accordance with Table 16-19.

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8.132 Add 16-18:


Any induction motors larger than 10 hp not covered by the capacitors
indicated in Table 16-19 shall be sized according to the original motor
manufacturer's data to correct to 90 percent lagging power factor.
8.133 Add Table 16-19:
TABLE 16-19 CAPACITORS (KVAR SIZES)
480 VOLTS, 3 PHASE, 60 CYCLE

Induction
Motor HP
Rating

Min
Wire
Size

Min
Conduit
Size

Design B
3600
1800
RPM
or
1200
RPM

10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
125
150
200

12
12
12
12
10
10
8
8
6
6
4
2
1

3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
1
1
1-1/4
1-1/4
1-1/2
1-1/2
1-1/2
1-1/2
2

3
4
4
5
5
5
5
10
15
15
20
25
35

3
4
5
5
5
10
10
10
15
20
25
30
40

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900
1800
RPM
or
1200
RPM

Design D
900
1200
RPM RPM

5
5
5
5
10
10
15
15
20
35
35
45
50

5
5
5
10
10
10
15
20
20
25
30
50
50

5
5
5
5
5
10
10
15
15
20
35
35
45

5
5
5
7-1/2
10
12-1/2
15
17-1/2
22-1/2
30
37-1/2
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8.134 Add 20-1 Miscellaneous:


For motor installations where the motor is over 50 feet away from or out of
sight of the control panel, the following is to be provided.
-- A manually operable switch, which will disconnect the motor from its
source of supply, is placed within sight from the motor location. The
disconnect, or circuit breaker, equipped with an auxiliary contact which will
de-energize the motor starter. Units where the auxiliary contact opens
prior to the main contacts opening are preferred.
Bridge runway conductors. Provide insulated conductors for full length of
runway, U. S. Safety Trolley "Span Guard" or equal. Provide all required
hardware for complete field installation to user's structural steel. Access
platform for maintenance on runway conductors and shoes to be
permanently affixed to the Crane Bridge with proper safeguard to protect
personnel.
Provide quick disconnect means for electric hoist. Half turn plug is
preferred
-- Trolley conductors. Festooned cable type. Cable to be supported by
trolleys running on a rail permanently affixed to crane girder.
-- Hoist limit switches. Heavy duty enclosed. Power circuit interrupting
type arranged for automatic reset. Geared upper and lower limit.
-- Crane motors. Totally enclosed, non-ventilated, ball bearing, wound
rotor type, 60-minute, 55-deg. C temperature rise rating for crane duty,
Class F insulation.
8.135 Add 20-2:
Machine Run-off Inspection: MJD representatives will inspect machinery for compliance
to this specification. A copy of the runoff checklist will be provided by MJD
representative to aid the vendor in preparation for such inspection. The list shall be
interrupted as a guide only and not as a substitute for the specification

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