ROC F9 SystemDescription

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ROC-F HCS

© Copyright 2005, Atlas Copco Rock Drills AB, Sweden Any unauthorized use or copying of the contents or any part thereof is prohibited. This applies in particular to trademarks, model denominations, part numbers and drawings

ROC F HCS trainee binder,

PMI NR: 9852 9582 01

Subject

Content

Page

ROC F9

Introduction

1

Basic hydraulics

6

Electrics, general

22

Hydraulics, general

28

Components

33

Operating

38

CAN-bus

50

Display

52

PLC

71

Pumps & pilot pressure

96

Start engine

103

Engine speed control

124

Tramming

130

Compressor

140

Flushing & DCT

149

ECL, ECG, HECL & Grease brushes

160

Drilling

176

Rotation

188

Feed

191

Impact

196

DPCI

203

RPCF

212

Anti-jamming

216

Thread feed & Rapid feed

223

RHS

229

Safety

253

New F9 differences

259

Options

262

System description Schedules

Training program in SWEDEN for SC Technicians

ROC F

5 days

COURSE DESCRIPTION: ............................................................................................................................ 1 01 BASIC: ROC F [MONDAY, TUESDAY].................................................................................................. 2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................. 2 INTRODUCTION OF SDE ..................................................................................................................... 2 HYDRAULIC GENERAL ....................................................................................................................... 2 BASIC ELECTRIC................................................................................................................................ 2 BASIC HYDRAULIC ............................................................................................................................ 2 COMPONENTS.................................................................................................................................... 2 OPERATING ....................................................................................................................................... 2 CAN BUS ......................................................................................................................................... 2 DISPLAY ........................................................................................................................................... 2 PLC.................................................................................................................................................. 2

02 SYSTEMS: ROC F [WEDNESDAY] ........................................................................................................ 3 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

PUMPS .............................................................................................................................................. 3 PILOT PRESSURE ................................................................................................................................ 3 START ENGINE .................................................................................................................................. 3 ENGINE SPEED CONTROL .................................................................................................................... 3 TRAMMING ....................................................................................................................................... 3 COMPRESSOR .................................................................................................................................... 3 FLUSH AIR AND DCT SYSTEM ............................................................................................................ 3 ECL, ECG AND GREASE BRUSHES ...................................................................................................... 3 DRILLING PRINCIPLE .......................................................................................................................... 3 ROTATION ......................................................................................................................................... 3 FEED ................................................................................................................................................. 3 IMPACT ............................................................................................................................................. 3

03 SYSTEMS: ROC F [THURSDAY]............................................................................................................ 4 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

DPCI ................................................................................................................................................ 4 DRILLING .......................................................................................................................................... 4 RPC-F ............................................................................................................................................... 4 ANTI-JAMMING ................................................................................................................................. 4 RAPID FEED AND THREADING ............................................................................................................. 4 RHS TH ........................................................................................................................................... 4 RHS CR/DTH................................................................................................................................... 4 ANGLE INSTRUMENT.......................................................................................................................... 4 SAFETY ............................................................................................................................................. 4 MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................................................. 4

04 ROCK DRILL: ROC F [FRIDAY]............................................................................................................ 4 33. 34.

ROCK DRILL ...................................................................................................................................... 4 EVALUATION .................................................................................................................................... 4

Course description: Target

After having completed this training the participants shall: - Understand the basic theories behind Atlas Copco’s HCS system. - Understand function and design of the HCS system on the rig. - Understand the basic theories behind Atlas Copco’s HEC 3 system. - Understand function and design of the HEC 3 system on the rig. - The participants shall also be able to carry out fault-finding, with the fault-finding aids provided.

Target group

Atlas Copco Service Personnel

Time

5 days

Training

Lessons led by a teacher and self studies of theoretical parts mixed with practical exercises on the rig.

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01 Basic: ROC F [Monday, Tuesday] Section

Target

Method / Activity

1.

• •

Know the goal of the training Be aware of the training materiel supplied.



Increase participants’ knowledge of SDE. Check participants knowledge of hydraulic system Know how to read and understand drawings.

Introduction

2.

Introduction of SDE



3.

Hydraulic general



4.

Basic Electric



5.

Basic Hydraulic



6.

Components



7.

Operating



8.

CAN Bus



9.

Display



10.

PLC



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Know how to read and understand drawings. Know where components are located at rig Know the function of the different buttons, levers and switches Know the principle of the Can Bus system Know the menu handling Know the principle of the PLC and how to read the PLC explanation

Material, Course leader

• •

Hand out: Manual, Course and writing material to students. Present course leader and participants. Present course goal, Content and the practical arrangements. Factory tour and classroom talk about our products. Use basic hydraulic course short version. Participants read trough Show and explain the different symbols at drawing. Show the system in real at rig Show and explain the different symbols at drawing. Show the system in real out in production Show pictures and at rig



Show pictures and at rig

Power point presentation, Rig



Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation



Show by use of simulator and let participants use simulator Show drawings, PLC explanation and practical at rig

Simulator software

• • • • • • • •



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Time Ap.

Power point presentation Power point presentation

Power point presentation

Power point presentation, Rig

Schedules

2

02 Systems: ROC F [Wednesday] Section

Target

Method / Activity

Material, Course leader

11.

Pumps





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Schedules

12.

Pilot pressure





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Schedules

13.

Start Engine





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

14.

Engine speed control





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

15.

Tramming





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

16.

Compressor





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

17.





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation



Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

19. 20.

Flush air and DCT system ECL, ECG and grease brushes Drilling principle Rotation



Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation Power point presentation

21.

Feed





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

22.

Impact





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

18.

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• • •

Know the function and location of the pumps Know the function and control of pilot pressure Know the basic principle of start sequence Know the function of the engine speed control Know the function of the tramming system Know the function of the compressor system Know the function of the flush air and the DCT system Know the function of the lubricate system Know the drilling principle Know the function of the rotation system Know the function of the feed system Know the function of the impact system

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Time Ap.

3

03 Systems: ROC F [Thursday] Section

Target

Method / Activity

Material, Course leader

23.

DPCI





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

24.

Drilling





Show drawings and check practical at rig

System description

25.

Rpc-f





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

26.

Anti-jamming





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

27.





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

28.

Rapid feed and threading RHS TH



Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

29.

RHS CR/DTH





Show drawings and check practical at rig

Power point presentation

30.

Angle instrument





Show operators manual and practical at rig

31. 32.

Safety Maintenance

• •

• •

Show the operator’s manual and safety chapter Show the operator’s manual and the maintenance chapter



Know the function of the DPCI system Know the function of the full drilling sequence Know the function of the Rpcfsystem Know the function of the antijamming system Know the function of threading and rapid feed Know the function of the RHS 51 system Know the function of the RHS 89 system Know the function and how to use the inclination system Know the safety instructions Know the important of maintenance

Time Ap.

Operator’s manual Operator’s manual

04 Rock drill: ROC F [Friday] Section

Target

Method / Activity

33.

Rock drill





34.

Evaluation



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Know the function and system of the rockdrill Feedback of training



Material, Course leader

Time Ap.

One day at Rocktech. Talking and practical opening 2560 Questionnaire

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Who to contact – SDE Technical Service Andreas Nordbrandt

KEY ROC D7C

=Underlined model is a current product

Training Coordinator SDE/ Technical Information

+46 70 650 70 82 andreas.nordbrandt @se.atlascopco.com

Ye Larsson +46 73 270 62 84 [email protected] se.atlascopco.com

=Operational responsibility [Telephone =Mobile phone number number]

Field Technical Support

Yokohama, Japan CM/ECM Line

Nanjing, China ROC 400, ROC D

Garland, Tx, USA CM/ECM Line

Matsumi Higashida

Vacant

Hugo Salcedo

+81 80 3455 1812 [email protected] jp.atlascopco.com LM 400,500,600,620

Masanori Kogushi +81 80 34551820 [email protected] ECM-585 ECM-660,

Atsuna Morioka [email protected] ECM-470 ECM-580

Satoshi Machida +81 45 933 6430 [email protected]

Low Siew Kay (Singapore)

+1 XXX XXXX XXX [email protected] us.atlascopco.com (starts March 15 2007)

Alan Wright +1 214 57 80 575 [email protected] us.atlascopco.com CM 760, 780, CM695

Jorge Ramirez

+47 90 57 61 35 [email protected] Commissioning of CM/ECM line

+255 787 596 666 [email protected] Based in Geita,Tanzania

ROC D

ROC F and L, ROC 400

Technical Support ROC Service/Warranty Reports ROC

Mikael Larslin

Bo Rönnvall

Mattias Eriksson

+46 70 568 32 17 [email protected] se.atlascopco.com

+46 70 637 66 67 [email protected] se.atlascopco.com ROC L6/L7/L8 COPROD, ROC 400

+46 70 548 50 83 [email protected] com ROC F HCS, ROC L Compressors ROC 700, 800, 900

ROC D7/9C, ROC D3 ROC D5-D9 HCS

Marcus Leü

Norman Bryant

+46 70 352 56 14 [email protected] se.atlascopco.com

+1 214 215 28 49 [email protected] us.atlascopco.com

ROC D-RRC, ROC D3 ROC D5-D9

ECM 720, ECM 370

Doug Ray

Mattias Hjerpe +46 70 265 34 86 [email protected] se.atlascopco.com ROC L6/L7/L8 COPROD

Ulf Gyllander +46 70 548 50 81 [email protected] se.atlascopco.com ROC F HCS ROC F9C

Thomas Lindquist

+1 972489 10 42 [email protected] us.atlascopco.copco ECM 590-ser ECM 490, 670, 680, 682, 690, 692

Surface Drilling Equipment – Part of the sunny business

+65 98 39 33 59 [email protected] Field Service Engineer S E Asia

Torfinn Liestöl

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+46 70 190 75 17 [email protected] se.atlascopco.com ROC L6/L7/L8

Erik Wåke +46 73 270 62 77 [email protected] se.atlascopco.com ROC F HCS, ROC L ROC 400, 700-900, Diesel eng.

Björn Karlsson +46 73 274 05 32 [email protected]

ROC D3-D9, ROC D-RRC ROC 500-600 (temp. repl. Stefan Adbring)

Mats Olsson +46 73 270 62 78 [email protected] se.atlascopco.com ROC D7/9C, D3-D9, D-RRC ROC 500, 600

HYDRAULICS THE BASICS

No. 9852 9542 01

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HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT HYDRAULICS • • • •

WHAT IS HYDRAULICS? A FEW SIMPLE HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS, WITH EXPLANATIONS SYMBOLS USED IN FLUID-CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS A FEW POINTS TO BEAR IN MIND

Hydraulics involves the transmission of force and movement with the aid of fluids. A pressure in a fluid exerts the same force in all directions. Fluids cannot be compressed. That is why we can use them as efficient force transmitters. In principle, all energy-transmission systems are constructed in the same way: Energy generator



Energy transmission



Energy consumer

The most common energy-transmission systems are: • Electric transmission • Mechanical transmission • Pneumatic transmission • Hydraulic transmission An energy-transmission system often consists of a combination of two or more of the types of system mentioned above. Hydraulic motors are small in relation to their power and torque output, and are easy to regulate. The pump converts mechanical power into hydraulic power. The pump delivers a flow, the pressure depends on the resistance to flow. Force

is that which changes the movement of a body, or causes the movement of a body. The unit of measurement for force is the newton (N). Force is represented by the letter F.

Pressure

is force per unit area (force/area). The unit of pressure is the pascal (Pa). 1 Pa = 1 N/m2. Pressure is represented by the letter p.

Work

is force (N) x path (m). The unit of work is the joule (J). 1 J = 1 Nm.

Power

is work per unit of time (work/time). The unit of power is the watt (W). 1 W = 1J/s. 1kW (kilowatt) = 1000 W.

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HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE Fluids have low compressibility and good plasticity, which is advantageous in the transmission of force in a hydraulic system. The flow velocity is the speed in m/s at which the fluid flows through a line. A higher flow velocity gives a lower static pressure. The volume rate of flow is the volume of fluid that flows through a line per unit of time and is stated in cubic metres per second (m3/s). Hydraulic power is the product of the volume rate of flow (m3/s) x the pressure (Pa). The unit of power is the watt (W). The moment of force (or torque) is the product of the length of a lever (m) x the force (N). The unit of moment of force (or torque) is the newton-metre (Nm). Friction in a hydraulic system rises with: • long lines • many bends in the lines • many valves • cold oil • sluggish fluids • high flow velocity The important properties of a hydraulic fluid will include its: • viscosity, which is a measure of its resistance to flow • score in the viscosity index, which indicates how much the fluid’s viscosity varies with temperature. The higher the score in the viscosity index, the better. • ability to lubricate in order to reduce friction • compressibility • water-separating ability • ability to protect components from corrosion • fire resistance • toxicity • impact on the environment • cleanness The service life of a hydraulic oil depends on how quickly it oxidizes. Air, water and other pollutants in the oil, as well has high temperature, will speed oxidation. Choice of hydraulic fluid: • Always follow the recommendations of the system supplier. • Never mix different types or brands of hydraulic fluid.

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SYMBOLS USED IN FLUID-CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS Basic symbols No 001

Symbol

Meaning Line Piston rod

Remarks Thick solid line Flow paths External control lines, drainage lines Components that are included in the system Fine, solid line Internal flow paths Components that are not included in the system Fine, broken line Internal control line

002

Line

003

Line

006

Pump, compressor Normally ∅ 12 Motor, pressure source

007

Measuring instrument, Normally ∅ 8 Rotating connection

009

Valve

010

Filter, lubricator Heat exchanger.

011

Line junction (joint)

012

Spring

013

Restrictor

Influenced by viscosity

014

Restrictor

Not influenced by viscosity

Rectange or square envelope

Diameter should be 5 times the line thickness acc. to symbol 1

The symbols above can be combined in different ways to describe different functions.. 3/15

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Sourse

(ISO 1219)

HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE Basic symbols No 015

Symbol

016 017

018

Meaning Remarks Direction of flow, hydraulic Direction of flow, pneumatic. Direction of linear movement. Path, direction of flow in valves. Direction of rotary movement

019

Controllability, adjustable, variable

020

Boxing in of assosiated Fine, dot-dash line components, or integral assembly unit Turning direction for Used with symbol for increasing or decreasing controllability

021

Sourse

(ISO 1219)

Arrow can be drawn to indicate different directions

PNEUROP

Controls No 040

Symbol

Meaning General symbol

042

With lever

044

With plunger

Remarks

Sourse

Operated axially (ISO 1219)

047

With spring

Spring compressed toward valve symbol

048

With solenoid

With a coil

061

Internal control line

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HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE Energy sources No 071

Symbol

Meaning Electric motor

Remarks

Sourse

(ISO 1219)

072

Thermo motor

Pumpar No 073

Symbol

075

Meaning Hydraulic pump with fixed dispacement and one direction of flow

Remarks

Sourse

(ISO 1219)

Hydraulic pump with variable dispacement and one direction of flow

Motors No 085 086

Symbol

Meaning Motor with fixed dispacement and one direction of flow Pneumatic

Remarks

Sourse

Hydraulic 087

Motor with fixed dispacement and two direction of flow

088 089

Motor with variable dispacement and one direction of flow.

090 091

Torque motor.

092

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Direction of rotation changes when the direction of flow is changed (ISO 1219)

HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE Cylinders No 100

101

102

103

Symbol

Meaning Singel-acting cylinder with return stroke effected by external load Singel-acting cylinder with return stroke effected by spring Double-acting cylinder with single piston rod Double-acting cylinder with piston rod both sides of the piston

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Remarks Cylinder in which the pressure medium acts on only one side of the piston

Sourse

(ISO 1219)

Cylinder in which the pressure medium can act on either side of the piston

HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE Directional valves No 125 126

127 128 121

122

123

Symbol

Meaning Remarks Valve position with one path, with direction of flow indicated. Valve position with two closed connections

Sourse

Valve positions with two paths, with directions of flow indicated Two or more envelopes adjacent to each other indicate a valve that can be put in as many distinct positions as there are envelopes to control flow of pressure

Exampel of line symbols. The line symbols normally lead to the envelope that represents the valve´s position of rest. Other valve positions can be imagined by´pushing´ the envelope system until the lines meet the corresponding envelop´s connections Envelope delimited When the valve is switched from vertically by broken one position to another, it passes lines indicates transitory an intermediate position. If this function between the intermediate position is essential to distinct positions of the the function of the valve, this can valve be indicated between the broken lines. Lines parallel to the long Used in conjunction with side of the valve symbol mechanical return of spool to indicate that the valve neutral. can adopt any positionbetween its end positions. (It is said that the valve is ´infinite positioning´or ´steplessly controllable´.)

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(ISO 1219)

HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE Check valves No 155

158

160

Symbol

Meaning Check valve with negligiable opening pressure

Remarks Closes if the output pressure is greater than the output pressure. Outlet

Input Check valve that is pressure-contolled externally, so that if can be prevented from closing Hydraulic lock Complete symbol

161

Throttle-check valve with fixed restrictor

163

Shuttle valve

Sourse

(ISO 1219)

DIN 24300 (indragen)

Valve that restricts flow in one direction and permits full flow in the other Outlet (ISO 1219)

Inlet Outlet The valve compares the incoming pressures at the respective inlets and exports the highest one through the outlet. When the inlet admits oil, the other is aleays closed.

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HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE Pressure-controlling valves No 166 167 170

Symbol

Meaning Remarks Pressure-controlling valve with restrictor that is normally closed Pressure-controlling valve with restrictor that is normally open Pressure relief valve The pressure at the inlet is limited ( safety valve ) by the valve opening when the counteracting spring force is overcome.

179

Sequence valve

When the inlet pressure overcomes the spring force, the inlet and outlet are connected. Symbol shows an application with checkvalve bypass in one direction of flow.

180

Pressure regulator without discharge, spring controlled.

The outlet pressure is limited by the valve closing when the outlet pressure overcomes the spring force.

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Sourse

(ISO 1219)

HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE Flow-Controlling valves No 190

Symbol

191

Meaning Restrictor (general symbol)

Remarks Influenced by viscosity

Restrictor

Not influenced by viscosity, e.g. orifice plate, restricting washer

Sourse

(ISO 1219)

192

Variable restrictor

201

Shut-off valve

Simplified symbol. Used when method of control does not need to be shown. Simplified symbol

.

Containers No 235

Symbol

237

241

Meaning Container open to the atmossphere. Tank.

Remarks

Sourse

Container open to the atmossphere, with one line opening below the fluid level. Accumulator

The synbol can also mean "connection to tank".

(ISO 1219)

Meaning Filter, strainer

Remarks

Meaning Cooler without indication of lines for cooling medium.

Remarks Sourse The arrows indicate the removal of (ISO 1219) heat.

The pressure is maintained by a compressed spring, weight or gas.

Filters No 245

Symbol

Sourse (ISO 1219)

Coolers No 261

Symbol

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HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE Measuring instruments No 265

Symbol

Meaning Pressure gauge, manometer

266

Temperature gauge

267

Flow meter

Remarks The line symbol can be connected in any direction.

(ISO 1219)

Measure volume per unit of time

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Sourse

HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE Simpel hydraulic system Basic circuit diagram: 7 3

2

5

4

1

6

Symbol diagram 1

5

4

7

2 3

Hydraulica systemsare used in many applications for the transmission and boosting of force. The system above consists of: 1. Pump 2. Eleltric motor 3. Tank 4. Pressure relief valve 5. Directional valve 6. Cylinder 7. Filter

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6

HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE 6

7

3

2

4

1

5

6

8

7

2 M 3

1

4

5

6

The jobs of the different components in a hydraulic system: 1. The pump converts mechanical power into hydraulic power. The pump delivers a flow. The pressure depends on the resistance to flow in the system. 2. The electric motor drives the pump. 3. The tank serves to store the oil. The oil cools in the tank. Pollutants and condensation can also be separated from the oil in the tank. 4. The pressure relief valve ensures that the pressure does not rise too high. 5. The directional valve controls the direction of oil flow. 6. The hydraulic cylinder converts the hydraulic power into mechanical power. 7. The filter removes dirt from the oil. 8. The cooler reduces the temperature of the hydraulic fluid. The pressure lines carry high-pressure oil to the consumers. The return lines carry low-pressure oil back to the tank. In open hydraulic systems, the return oil is led to a tank. In closed hydraulic systems, the return oil is led directly to the pump’s suction line. Closed systems are often used to operate rotary motors. .

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HYDRAULICS THE BASICS TECHNICAL SERVICE Construction of the circuit 11

10

9 8 7

6

5

4

12 2 M

1

1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 11.

Tank Electric motor Directional valve Hydraulic lock Hydraulic cylinder Hydraulic cylinder

2. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12.

Pump Directional valve Directional valve Throttle-check valve Torque motor Pressure relief valve

The jobs of the components: The hydraulic cylinders (9 and 11) and the torque motor (10) are each controlled by a directional valve (4, 5 and 6). Their functions vary, depending on the design of the valve spools in the respective directional valves. The hydraulic lock (7) locks the piston in the pre-set position. By means of the throttle-check valve (8), the outward speed of the piston rod can be regulated. The pump (2) delivers a flow. The pressure depends on the resistance in the system.

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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM – BOOMER

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Electrics, general

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Electrics, general

F Training

Electrical system The powersource consists of two serial connected 12 V/185Ah batteries. Before battery main switch: Power to the dieselheater and timer + radio and some lights. Battery switch on: Power to circuit 25 that suppply part of the ECM, 24V stabilizer, CAN modules, Display and worklights. Ignition pos: Power to circuit 50, that supply diesel panel, ECM , pre-heater and the PLC via K4A. Start pos: Power to the starter via K5a relay. Note 1: The display is supplied with power when the main switch is turned on. The display consumes 1A. Note 2. The grounding cables on this electrical system are not isolated. This results in a small electrical comsumption even when there are no functions activated.

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A1 Main Electrical cabinet

Relays

A

Tramming circuit boards

D510 I/O module

PLC Basic Unit PLC Expansion Unit

1250 0115 00

Fuses

Connection terminals

A

1. N189 PWM-module RPM 2-5. Adjustment DCT 6. P110 Voltage test module 7. Adjustment ECL 8. Adjustment ECG/HECL

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1

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A xx – connection box B xx – sensor D xx – CAN module F xx – fuse G xx – generator, battery H xx – Lamp K xx – relay M xx – motor P xx – gauge R xx – resistor S xx – switch T xx – time relay U – voltage converter Y xx – soleniod

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Connection points KCXX/X are socket connections

Terminal X1 in A1 cabinet Connection point: 15 Plastic marking: 15 Name of the cable: 20B Printed on the leader: 8

A relay & its contacts

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Hydraulics, general

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Hydraulics, general

F Training

Hydraulics general The hydraulic system of the ROC F7-10/11 is a combination of electrical and hydraulic pilot control . Electrical control system – The electrical coil activates the hydraulic pilot valve or direct control of a hydraulic consumer. Hydraulic control system – The hydraulic pilot valve controls the valve for the hydraulic consumer. Pump Pump Pump Pump Pump Pump

1 supply: Impact, feed, RHS, pilot pressure, tramming and positioning. 2 supply: Rotation, pre-heating. 3 supply: DCT 4 supply: Positioning during tramming, winch. 5 supply: Cooler motor, hydraulic oil. 6 supply: Cooler motor, engine.

Pumps 2-5 are gear pumps. The pressure on these pumps is regulated by fix or variable pressure relief valves. Pump 1 is an axial piston pump with variable deplacement. During drilling, the pump is regulated for the actual setting on the pressure relief valves for high/low impact . When tramming, pump 1 is connected to an open center circuit . The pump pressure is controlled on what load you have on the traction motors. Note. Maximum pressure is 250 bar, and is controlled by the pressure relief valve on the pump. Pump specifications: P1 100cc 2000rpm Piston pump with variable deplacement. P2 38.1cc 2000rpm 72l/m Gear pump P3 20.3cc 2000rpm 38l/m Gear pump P4 17.8cc 2000rpm 34l/m Gear pump P5 19cc 2000rpm 160bar Gear pump P6 16cc 2000rpm 140bar Gear pump

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190l/m

250bar 170bar 150bar 210bar

36l/m 30l/m

Hydraulics, general

Hydraulic pumps

1250 0097 88

A

F Training

ROC F7 has 6 hydraulic pumps Pump

Flow (l/m)

Pressure (bar)

P1: 100cc

190

250

P2: 38.1cc

72

170

P3: 20.3cc

38

150

P4: 17.8cc

34

210

P5: 19cc

36

160

P6: 16cc

30

140

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H001

Schematics

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H002

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Components

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Components

Main components of F9

15 4 3

5

6

2 1

1250 0131 70

1 : Compressor 2 : Engine 3 : Electrical cabinet 4 : Cabin 5 : Control panel for drilling 6 : Boom 7 : Feed 8 : Drill steel support 9 : Track frame 10 : Hydraulic pumps 11 : Dust collector 12 : Winch 13 : Water cooler for engine 14 : Cooler for hydraulic oil 15 : RHS, rod handling system

7

8

13

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Components H511 H512 S146 B381 B382

Y419 Y420 Y410 Y425A Y425B Y426A Y426B

A31

Y251A Y251B Y251C

H316

S542

A1 B143

H317 Y106 Y107

B147 B366

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Components H186

H185

B365 B360

A30 A20 Y6A

A32

Termostat, hyd-system Tryckvakt, hyd-oljefilter S540B

8

S132C

B361

S540

Y250 Y253 Y115 Y116

Externt luftuttag D170

Dämparregulator Y206 Y207

Y60

B352

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Components B172

D172

B127

B316 B126

H323

A40 Y300 Y301A/B Y303A/B Y306 Y309 Y361A/B Y350A/B Y357A/B

H322 D171 B118

B122

S132B

B182 B183

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Operating

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Operating

Cabin

11

10

7 3

4,6

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2

1

5 12

9

8 F Training

1. Gauge panel. 2. Tramming controls. 3. Display. 4. Ignition key, fuses and switches for lights and wipers. 5. Positioning levers. 6. Pressure setting panel. 7. Water levels (tramming). 8. Drill controls. 9. Drill lever. 10. Controls for AC. 11. Emergency hammer. 12. Fire extinguisher.

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Gauge panel 1

200 300

100

400

0 bar

x 100 kPa

2 150

100 50

200 0

250 bar

3

x 100 kPa

150

100

200

50

0

bar

250

4 100

150

50

200 0

bar

8 6

250

5

10

4

12 14

2 0

bar

16

6

20 30

10

0

7

40

1250 0082 33

bar

40

60

20 80

0

F Training

1. Impact. 2. Damper. 3. Feed. 4. Rotation. 5. Air flush. 6. Lubrication (COP). 7. Hydraulic filters

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Operating

Tramming levers (A57): A

a b

1250 0102 38

c

F Training

A: Left and Right track frame. a: Forward. b: Neutral. c: Backwards.

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Operating

Display (A53): Shows data for engine, Inclination and depth. Good tool for trouble shooting.

a

RCS

b

c ESC

d

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

1250 0113 03

e

f

g

h

F Training

a: Short cut key for engine data. b: Short cut key for Inclination. c: Short cut key for depth recorder. d: Escape key for previous menu. e: Window for warning symbols. f-j: Function keys for selection of function or set value. k: Display window.

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i

j

k

Operating

Ignition key, fuses and switches for light and wipers Fuses

Socket for mobile phone charger

F501 F502 F503 F504

D AB C

F505 F506 F507 F508

F509 F510 F511 F512

1250 0102 80

12VDC/3A

9

1

2

3

4

5

F Training

1: Front lights. 2: Rear lights. 3: Wiper, side and front. 4: Wiper, top. 5: Washer fluid 6: Dimmer (not used) 7: Option 8: Work light engine 9: Ignition D: Not used A: Ignition off B: Ignition on C: Start engine

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6

7

8

Operating

Pressure setting panel This panel controls the pressure for feed, threading and impact. Rotation speed (COP).

3

1

4

RPCF (Rotation Pressure Controlled Feed). 5

6

7

8 2

1250 0092 15

F Training

1: Rotation speed (COP). 2: RPCF, lower the feed pressure when rotation pressure gets above the adjusted value. 3: Feed pressure (low). 4: Feed pressure (high). 5: Threading speed down. 6: Threading speed up. 7: Impact pressure (low). 8: Impact pressure (high).

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Positioning levers

a d

b

e

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c

14

15

16

F Training

14: Feed dump and feed swing. 15: Boom swing and boom extension. 16.Boom lift and feed extension.

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Operating

Drill controls, rod handling and drill steel support (A51) TH 15

16

COPROD 17

18

S257

a

a d

b

20

a

c c

e

b

S258

e S167

c a

S113

c 21

e d

S119

S100

b

b 1250 0137 85

1250 0115 09

S259

f

d

14

S260

S187

13 22

S181

19

F Training

S111

13: Switch for remote control or cabin control (option). 14: Light for remote control (see previous). 15: Upper drill steel support. 16: Lower drill steel support. 17: Automatic stop, pick up function for drill steels. 18: Sleeve retainer. 19: Rod handling controller 20: Suction hood. 21: Air flushing. 22: Dust collector.

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Operating

Drill panel (A53) : a

9 2

3

b 4

c

11 5

b

8 1250 0098 37

6 7 10

1 12

F Training

1: Switch for drilling/tramming/oil heating. 2: Water mist (option). 3: Support leg. 4: Warning signal. 5:Thread greasing (option). 6: Track oscillation (left). 7: Track oscillation, locking. 8: Track oscillation (right). 9: Support leg (warning lamp). 10: Rpm control. 11: Compressor. 12: Rpm control (variable). a: Drilling b: Tramming low speed c: Tramming high speed d: Oil heating and tramming low speed

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a

c d

Operating

Drill lever 3

The multifunctional drilling lever controls the functions dealing with rotation, feed and percussion.

2

a

d g

b

e h

c

f

i

1250 0098 39

1

F Training

Drill mode, light (pos.4) lit : e: neutral b: rotation ccw b+a: rotation ccw and feed forward (magnet function) b+c: rotation ccw (magnet function) and feed backwards d: feed forward (magnet function) f: feed backwards h: rotation cw h+g: rotation cw and feed forward h+i: rotation cw and feed backwards Rapid feed/ threading, light (pos.4) unlit : e: neutral b: threading b+a: rotation ccw and rapid feed forward b+c: rotation ccw and rapid feed backwards d: rapid feed forward f: rapid feed backwards h: unthreading h+g: rotation cw and feed forward h+i: rotation cw and feed backwards

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4

Operating

Cabin heat and AC

F Training

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CAN-bus

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CAN-BUS J1939/CAN RCS

ECM

D501 ESC

R189 - RPM Engine B361 - Cool water level B147 - Hydraulic oil temp K200 - Engine enable

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

CAN

U2 10/24V DC 4.2 A 24V DC

D510 CAN MODULE

24VDC

D170

D171

D172 End plug

Ignition D510 PMO

PLC

K200 - Diesel engine enable Drillstop (X43) D510 PMI1

Compressor load Emergency stop

Impact on (Y20) Key ignition position Pause start depth system

D510 PMI2

Upper support open (TH) Upper support closed (TH) Lower break open (CR) Lower break closed (CR)

D510 PMAI

10 V F Training

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B360 - Air filter diesel B365 - Air filter compressor B381 - ECL Collection low (TH) B382 - ECL Collection high (TH) B143 - Hydraulic oil level

B316 - Laser sensor

Analogue sensors: B352 - Fuel Level B366 - Compressor S146 - Sight

Display

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Display

ESC

1250 0111 63

RCS

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Main Menu The three buttons on the left of the display are always in function even if there is a different menu showing.

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Display

ESC

1250 0111 64

RCS

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Engine information. You get here by pressing the top quick button on the left. Return to Main Menu by pressing ESC.

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Display

ESC

1205 0111 65

RCS

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Inclination menu. You get here by pressing the middle quick button on the left. Return to Main menu by pressing ESC.

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Depth menu. You get here by pressing the bottom quick button on the left. Return to Main Menu by pressing ESC.

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Information menu. You get here by selecting the ”I” symbol in the main menu and pressing Return. Return to main menu by pressing ESC. Enter the sub menus by selecting with arrow keys and confirm with return.

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Diagnostics menu. You get here by selecting the ”stethoscope” symbol in the main menu and pressing Return. Return to main menu by pressing ESC. Enter the sub menus by selecting with arrow keys and confirm with return.

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Settings menu. You get here by selecting the ”Worker man” symbol in the main menu and pressing Return. Return to main menu by pressing ESC. Enter the sub menus by selecting with arrow keys and confirm with return. Log in to protected settings by entering the password with the arrow keys and confirming with return.

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Menu for fuel level, -pressure and –consumption. Use the step less speed control to lower your consumption

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Engine parameter Menu for engine load, oil pressure,-temperature, turbo charge, inlet air temperature (ambient) and charging.

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Statistic Menu for fuel consumption, engine hours, impact hours and drill meters, reset for shift memory. Total memory for engine hours, impact hours and drill meters (can not be reset).

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Communication Menu for can bus communication Green module: Communication OK Red module : Communication not OK

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Display

RCS

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

1250 0113 00

1250 0111 73

ESC

F Training

I/O status Menu for showing the status of the I/O module (D510), inputs and outputs - (PMO:0 and PMO:1).

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0111 74

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Engine sensors Menu for checking sensors for engine, hydraulic oil temp. sensor and cool water level sensor.

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Rig settings Menu for calibration mode of inclination system, drill rods, engine type and maximum compressor temp. setting and laser receiver setting. Note : Only for authorized personal

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Calibration Menu for calibrating inclination and depth recorder Note : Only for authorized personal

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Menu for choosing engine- and compressor type

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Display

RCS

1250 0111 80

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Menu for choosing drill rod type

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Display

RCS

ESC

1250 0113 00

RIG CONTROL SYSTEM

F Training

Menu for calibration of laser receiver

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PLC

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07-02-14, PLC Programme, ROC F9 C9

PLC-PROGRAMME EXPLANATION for ROC F9 . PLC TYPE: PLC PART NUMBER: SLAVE UNIT PART NUMBER: E-EPROM PART NUMBER:

MITSUBISHI MELSEC FX1N-60MR-DS 3222 3157 12 3222 3058 38 3222 3152 48, valid from 8992 0021 79, rigs with C9 engine TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. GENERAL FUNCTION .................................................................................................................................. 2 1.1 POWER SUPPLY .............................................................................................................................................. 2 1.2 ENGINE START ............................................................................................................................................... 2 1.3 PUMP UNLOAD ............................................................................................................................................... 2 1.4 INDICATION LIGHT FOR HYDRAULIC JACK ........................................................................................................ 2 1.5 ENGINE RPM, MANUALLY CONTROLLED SPEED................................................................................................. 2 1.6 ENGINE RPM, AUTOMATICALLY CONTROLLED SPEED (IMPACT ACTIVATED). ...................................................... 3 2.DRILLING FUNCTIONS................................................................................................................................. 3 2.1 DRILL LEVER MODE........................................................................................................................................ 3 2.2 DRILL LEVER MAGNET RELEASE ...................................................................................................................... 3 2.3 DUST COLLECTOR, START OF SUCTION ............................................................................................................ 4 2.5 DUST COLLECTOR, ADJUST OF PAUSE TIME. ..................................................................................................... 4 2.6 DUST COLLECTOR, ADJUST OF CLEANING TIME ................................................................................................ 5 2.7 ECL-PUMP .................................................................................................................................................... 5 2.8 ECG-PUMP(OPTION)...................................................................................................................................... 5 2.9 ANTI-JAMMING ACTIVATED BY HIGH ROTATION PRESSURE ............................................................................... 5 2.10 ANTI-JAMMING ACTIVATED BY FLUSHING...................................................................................................... 6 2.11 DRILL LEVER, LOGIC DIRECTION WHEN ANTI-JAMMING IS ACTIVE ................................................................... 6 2.12 LOW FEED PRESSURE-SETTING. ..................................................................................................................... 6 2.13 LOW IMPACT ACTIVATION. ........................................................................................................................... 6 2.14. HIGH IMPACT ACTIVATION........................................................................................................................... 6 2.15. IMPACT HOUR COUNTER .............................................................................................................................. 6 2.16. AUTOMATIC DRILL STOP FUNCTION .............................................................................................................. 6 3. RAPID FEED STOP FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................. 6 3.1 RAPID FEED STOP FORWARD ........................................................................................................................... 6 3.2 RAPID FEED STOP BACKWARDS, UNCOUPLING .................................................................................................. 6 3.3 RAPID FEED STOP BACKWARDS, INTAKE MAGAZINE .......................................................................................... 6 3.4 RAPID FEED STOP BACKWARDS, MAX ............................................................................................................... 6 4. ROD HANDLING FUNCTIONS..................................................................................................................... 6 4.1 OPEN GRIPPER ............................................................................................................................................... 6 4.2 GUIDE GRIP ................................................................................................................................................... 6 4.3 HARD GRIP .................................................................................................................................................... 6 4.3.A RHS, ARM TOWARDS DRILL CENTER ............................................................................................................ 6 4.3.B RHS, ARM TOWARDS CAROUSEL .................................................................................................................. 6 4.4.A RHS, CAROUSEL ROTATION, CLOCKWISE...................................................................................................... 6 4.5.A SLEEVE RETAINER ACTIVATION ................................................................................................................... 6 4.5.B SLEEVE RETAINER DE-ACTIVATION .............................................................................................................. 6

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

1. GENERAL FUNCTION 1.1 Power supply S139/Ignition ON Fuse F13/ON Fuse F15/ON X1/100

PLC output Valve

K4A + 24V +24V* - ground connection*

-When ignition key S139 is in position 1, ignition ON, relay K4A is activated and allows power supply to fuse F13. Ground connection also bridged to connection S/S and 0V. *+24V to supply COM1 to COM7 and exp-unit COM1 and COM2, without power from F15 output signal from PLC will be indicated by LED although no signal will be present on output connections. F15 supplies relay inside PLC.

1.2 Engine start S130/Tramming pos S139/Engine start

X24/OFF X34/ON

Y35/ON

K5B

Y26/ON Y26/OFF Y26/ON

Y123

Time between input X34 and output Y35 is delayed 0,5s by the PLC The engine always starts at 1200 rpm.

1.3 Pump unload S130/Tramming pos S139/Ignition S139/Engine start S139/Ignition

X24/OFF X34/OFF X34/ON X34/OFF

Y123

When the ignition switch (S139) is released from starting position and respringed back to ignition position, the output Y26 is ON again after a delay of 2 sec.

1.4 Indication light for hydraulic jack S130/Tramming pos B184/Dis-ACTIVE

X24/OFF X33/OFF

Y25/ON

H127

The indication light only inform about the position of the hydraulic jack. Tramming with the jack down is prevented by relay K233.

1.5 Engine rpm, manually controlled speed. S189/OFF

X32/OFF

Y24/ON

K324

When Y24 is ON the relay K324 gives a signal to connection P61/28 on the ECM and the engine runs on 1500 rpm. When K324 is de-activated by setting switch S189 to ON (X32/ON, Y24/OFF) the engine runs at an rpm determined by the potentiometer (R189) connected to P61/10 on the ECM.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

1.6 Engine rpm, automatically controlled speed (Impact activated). S130/Drilling pos S446/Impact pos

X24/ON X27/ON or X30/ON Y24/OFF

To start flushing and DCT, press the impact switch (S446) for maximum 0,3 sec. To start low impact, press the switch (S446) longer then 0,8 sec. When K324 is de-activated by activating impact switch (S446) the engine runs at an rpm determined by the potentiometer (R189) connected to P61/10 on the ECM.

2.DRILLING FUNCTIONS 2.1 Drill lever mode S130/Drilling pos S452/Drill mode

X24/ON X35/OFF

Y30/OFF Y31/ON

K178/OFF H179/ON Y179A/ON Y179B/ON

When PLC output Y30 is OFF, relay K178 is not active and the drill lever works in drill mode. When PLC output Y30 is ON relay K178 is active and the drill lever works in fast feed/threading mode. Drill mode is indicated by the green light H179 at the lever base. In drill mode the lever will be magnetically locked in the end positions for drill rotation and feed forward (Y179A and Y179B).

2.2 Drill lever magnet release S130/Drilling pos S452/Drill mode S453/Release

X24/ON X35/OFF X36/ON

Y30/OFF Y31/OFF

0,2sec. ⇓ X36/OFF

0,2sec. ⇓ Y31/ON

K178/OFF H179/OFF Y179A/OFF Y179B/OFF 0,2sec. ⇓ H179/ON Y179A/ON Y179B/ON

When pressing S453 the magnets are temporarily deactivated and the drill lever is released to neutral position, resulting in the feed and rotation being shut off. After a delay of 0,2 seconds, set by the PLC, the magnets are reactivated. When the magnets are deactivated the green indicator light will also be temporarily deactivated for 0,2 seconds.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

2.3 Dust collector, start of suction S130/Drilling pos S181/Suction pos S446/Impact pos

PLC output Valve

X24/ON X2/ON X27/ON or X30/ON Y21/ON

Y253

The dust collector fan motor is started by turning switch S130 to drilling position (not controlled by the PLC) Suction is started when the fan housing hatch is open by activating Y253 as described above.

2.4 Dust collector, adjust of pulse length S130/Drilling pos S181/Suction pos S446/Impact pos S456/Increase DCT time S457/Adjust pulse time

X24/ON X2/ON X27/ON X37/ON X40/ON

Y21/ON

Y253

Y32/ON Y33/ON Y34/ON

Y251A Y251B Y251C

Each push on the button increases the pulse length by 0,05 sec. If switch S456 is OFF, the time will be decreased instead of increased when S457 is pushed. Factory setting is 0,3 sec.

2.5 Dust collector, adjust of pause time. S130/Drilling pos S181/Suction pos S446/Impact pos S456/Increase DCT time S458/Adjust pulse time

X24/ON X2/ON X27/ON X37/ON X41/ON

Y21/ON

Y253

Y32/ON Y33/ON Y34/ON

Y251A Y251B Y251C

Each push on the button increases the pulse length by 1 sec. If switch S456 is OFF, the time will be decreased instead of increased when S458 is pushed. Factory setting is 5 sec.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

X24/ON X2/ON X27/ON ⇓ X27/OFF X37/ON X42/ON

Y21/ON ⇓ Y21/OFF

Y253

Y32/ON Y33/ON Y34/ON

Y251A Y251B Y251C

2.6 Dust collector, adjust of cleaning time S130/Drilling pos S181/Suction pos S446/Impact pos S446/Impact pos. S456/Increase DCT time S459/Adjust pulse time

Y253

Each push on the button increases the pulse length by 5 sec. If switch S456 is OFF, the time will be decreased instead of increased when S459 is pushed. Factory setting is 30 sec. The PLC also controls the cleaning during drilling. It cleans one valve at each time and when the Impact is switched OFF the cleaning will continue with all three valves simultaneously until the set time is up.

2.7 ECL-pump S130/Drilling pos S446/Flushing pos

X24/ON X27 or X30/ON

Y0/ON

Y106

To start flushing and DCT, press the impact switch (S446) for maximum 0,3 sec. To start low impact, press the switch (S446) longer then 0,8 sec.

2.8 ECG-pump(Option) S130/Drilling pos S446/Flushing pos

X24/ON X27 or X30/ON

Y1/ON

Y107

To start flushing and DCT, press the impact switch (S446) for maximum 0,3 sec. To start low impact, press the switch (S446) longer then 0,8 sec.

2.9 Anti-jamming activated by high rotation pressure S130/Drilling pos B134/ACTIVE

X24/ON X0/ON

Y2/ON Y17/ON

Y109 Y101B

Y2 will remain active for a minimum of 0.8 sec or until the rotation pressure drops below the setting of QDS K. When anti-jamming has been activated low feed pressure and low impact pressure will be activated for 6 sec.

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07-02-14, PLC Programme, ROC F9 C9

Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

X24/ON X26/ON X30/ON X1/ON

Y2/ON

2.10 Anti-jamming activated by flushing S130/Drilling pos. S100/Full flush air pos. S446/Flushing pos. B142/ACTIVE

Y109

The flow switch is only functioning during full flushing. The minimum activating time is set by the PLC internally to 0,8sec. When anti-jamming has been activated low feed pressure and low impact pressure will be activated for 6 sec.

2.11 Drill lever, logic direction when anti-jamming is active S130/Drilling pos B134/ACTIVE B262/ACTIVE

X24/ON X0/ON X25/ON

Y2/ON Y2/OFF

Y109

Pulling the drill lever to feed backwards position activates B262. This will block the anti jamming output Y2 to allow logic function of the drill lever.

2.12 Low feed pressure-setting. S130/Drilling pos

X24/ON

Y17/ON

Y101B

When switch (S130) is in drilling position, valve 101B for low feed pressure is activated.

2.13 Low impact activation. S130/Drilling pos B118/RHS-arm in carousel S446/Low impact

X24/ON X3/ON X27/ON

Y17/ON

Y101B

Y20/ON Y23/ON Or Y22/ON Y23/ON

Y101A Y116 Y115 Y116

To start flushing and DCT, press the impact switch (S446) to the left for maximum 0,3 sec. To start low impact, press the switch (S446) to the left longer then 0,8 sec. Activating impact will always activate flushing. Flushing is controlled by switch (S100) to reduced or full. When full flushing is selected both valve Y115 and valve Y116 opens.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

X24/ON X27/ON

Y17/ON Y20/ON Y23/ON Or Y22/ON Y23/ON ⇓ Y17/OFF Y20/ON Y23/ON Or Y22/ON Y23/ON

2.14. High impact activation. S130/Drilling pos S446/Low impact.

S446/High impact

⇓ X30/ON

Y101B Y101A Y116 Y115 Y116

Y101A Y116 Y115 Y116

To start flushing and DCT, press the impact switch (S446) to the left for maximum 0,3 sec. To start low impact, press the switch (S446) to the left longer then 0,8 sec. To start high impact, press the switch (S446) to the right longer then 0,5 sec. Activating impact will always activate flushing. Flushing is controlled by switch (S100) to reduced or full. When full flushing is selected both valve Y115 and valve Y116 opens.

When changing back to low impact, press the impact switch (S446) to the left longer then 0,5 sec, otherwise the impact will stop. Pressing switch (S446) to the right for high impact activation without first starting the low impact will not result in a self-holding circuit. Impact will be active only as long as the switch is pressed.

2.15. Impact hour counter S130/Drilling pos S446/Impact. pos

X24/ON X27/ON or X30/ON Y20

D510 PMI2:0

2.16. Automatic drill stop function D510/PMO:01

X43ON

Y20OFF Y17/ON Y22/OFF Y23/OFF Y2/ON

Y101A Y101B Y115 Y116 Y109

Signal from D510/PMO:01 (reached depth) results in a signal to Y109 (drill feed backwards) for 2 seconds.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

X24/ON X12/ON

Y4/ON

Y150

X24/ON X22/ON X13/ON

Y3/ON

Y149

3. RAPID FEED STOP FUNCTIONS 3.1 Rapid feed stop forward S130/Drilling pos B122/Active 3.2 Rapid feed stop backwards, uncoupling S130/Drilling pos S113/Take up rod string B126/Active

If switch S113 is ON during system start up will it not be enable until it has been switched off and on again. The system holds the stop signal for two seconds and after that the movement will start again.

3.3 Rapid feed stop backwards, intake magazine S130/Drilling pos S113/Take up rod string B126/Active

X24/ON X22/ON X13/ON

Y3/ON

Y149

If switch S113 is ON during system start up will it not be enable until it has been switched off and on again. The system holds the stop signal for two seconds and after that the movement will start again.

3.4 Rapid feed stop backwards, max S130/Drilling pos B127/Active

X24/ON X14/ON

Y3/ON

Y149

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X21/ON

Y6/ON

Y300

4. ROD HANDLING FUNCTIONS 4.1 Open Gripper S130/Drilling pos S446/Impact switch B379/Operator seat active S111/Top button pushed

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

S130/Drilling pos S446/Impact switch B379/Operator seat active S111/Neutral pos B118/Dis-ACTIVE

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X15,X16,X17,X20 and X21/OFF X3/OFF Y7/ON

4.2 Guide grip

Y306

The activation of Y306 is delayed 0,5 sec by the PLC.

4.3 Hard grip S130/Drilling pos.

X24/ON

Hard grip is the normal condition. No active inputs or outputs are required. Exceptions are Open gripper and Guide grip.

4.3.a RHS, arm towards drill center S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/ACTIVE S111/Pos backwards.

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X16/ON

Y10/ON

Y301B

Flushing is deactivated automatically by switching of the impact, which enables rod handling.

4.3.b RHS, arm towards carousel S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/ACTIVE S111/Pos, forward.

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X15/ON

Y11/ON

Y301A

Flushing is deactivated automatically by switching of the impact, which enables rod handling.

4.4.a RHS, carousel rotation, clockwise. S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/Operator seat active B118/ACTIVE S111/Top button pushed. S111/Pos, to the left. START B183/ACTIVE ⇓ B183/Dis-ACTIVE STOP B183/ACTIVE

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X3/ON X21/ON X17/ON X7/ON X7/OFF X7/ON

Y13/ON

Y303A

Y13/OFF

Flushing is deactivated automatically when switching impact off, this enables rod handling.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

4.4.b RHS, carousel rotation, counter clockwise. S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/Operator seat active B118/ACTIVE S111/Top button pushed. S111/Pos, to the right. START B182/ACTIVE ⇓ B182/Dis-ACTIVE STOP B182/ACTIVE

X 24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X3/ON X21/ON X20/ON X6/ON X6/OFF X6/ON

PLC output Valve

Y12/ON

Y303B

Y12/OFF

Flushing is deactivated automatically by switching of the impact, which enables rod handling.

4.5.a Sleeve retainer activation S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/Operator seat active S111/Pos, backwards. S182/Sleeve retainer

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X16/ON X23/ON

Y5/ON

Y309

Flushing is deactivated automatically when switching impact off, this enables rod handling. Sleeve retainer activation is time delayed in PLC, to secure that the rod grippers are out in drill centre before activation.

4.5.b Sleeve retainer de-activation S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch S182/Sleeve retainer

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X23/OFF

Y5/OFF

Flushing is deactivated automatically when switching impact off, this enables rod handling. Rod gripper transportation to carousel is time delayed in PLC, to secure that the sleeve retainer is back in neutral position.

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PLC-PROGRAMME EXPLANATION for ROC F9 CR. PLC TYPE: PLC PART NUMBER: SLAVE UNIT PART NUMBER: E-EPROM PART NUMBER:

MITSUBISHI MELSEC FX1N-60MR-DS 3222 3157 12 3222 3058 38 3222 3196 65, valid from 8992 0026 92/ AVO 04A514 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. GENERAL FUNCTION .................................................................................................................................. 2 1.1 POWER SUPPLY .............................................................................................................................................. 2 1.2 ENGINE START ............................................................................................................................................... 2 1.3 PUMP UNLOAD ............................................................................................................................................... 2 1.4 INDICATION LIGHT FOR HYDRAULIC JACK ........................................................................................................ 2 1.5 ENGINE RPM, MANUALLY CONTROLLED SPEED................................................................................................. 2 1.6 ENGINE RPM, AUTOMATICALLY CONTROLLED SPEED (IMPACT ACTIVATED). ...................................................... 3 2.DRILLING FUNCTIONS................................................................................................................................. 3 2.1 DRILL LEVER MODE........................................................................................................................................ 3 2.2 DRILL LEVER MAGNET RELEASE ...................................................................................................................... 3 2.3 DUST COLLECTOR, START OF SUCTION ............................................................................................................ 4 2.5 DUST COLLECTOR, ADJUSTMENT OF PAUSE TIME. ............................................................................................. 4 2.6 DUST COLLECTOR, ADJUSTMENT OF CLEANING TIME ........................................................................................ 5 2.7 ECL-PUMP .................................................................................................................................................... 5 2.8 HECL-PUMP.................................................................................................................................................. 5 2.9 ANTI-JAMMING ACTIVATED BY HIGH ROTATION PRESSURE ............................................................................... 6 2.10 ANTI-JAMMING ACTIVATED BY FLUSHING...................................................................................................... 6 2.11 DRILL LEVER, LOGIC DIRECTION WHEN ANTI-JAMMING IS ACTIVE ................................................................... 6 2.12 FULL PUMP 1 PRESSURE AVAILABLE WHEN FEEDING BACKWARDS MANUALLY. ................................................. 7 2.13 DRILL MODE ACTIVATION ............................................................................................................................. 7 2.14 LOW IMPACT ACTIVATION. ........................................................................................................................... 7 2.15 HIGH IMPACT ACTIVATION............................................................................................................................ 7 2.16. IMPACT HOUR COUNTER .............................................................................................................................. 7 2.17 AUTOMATIC DRILL STOP FUNCTION ............................................................................................................... 8 3. RAPID FEED STOP FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................. 8 3.1 RAPID FEED STOP FORWARD ........................................................................................................................... 8 3.2 RAPID FEED STOP BACKWARDS, UNCOUPLING .................................................................................................. 8 3.3 RAPID FEED STOP BACKWARDS, INTAKE MAGAZINE .......................................................................................... 8 3.4 RAPID FEED STOP BACKWARDS, MAX ............................................................................................................... 8 4. RODHANDLING FUNCTIONS...................................................................................................................... 9 4.1 OPEN GRIPPER ............................................................................................................................................... 9 4.2 GUIDE GRIP ................................................................................................................................................... 9 4.3 HARD GRIP .................................................................................................................................................... 9 4.4 RHS, ARM TOWARDS DRILL-CENTRE WITH CLOSED GRIPPERS (ROD IN GRIPPERS)............................................. 10 4.5 RHS, ARM TOWARDS DRILL-CENTRE WITH OPEN GRIPPERS ............................................................................. 11 4.6 RHS, ARM TOWARDS CAROUSEL WITH CLOSED GRIPPER. (ROD IN GRIPPERS).................................................... 12 4.7 RHS, ARM TOWARDS CAROUSEL WITH OPEN GRIPPER ..................................................................................... 13 4.8 RHS, CAROUSEL ROTATION, CLOCKWISE. ...................................................................................................... 14 4.9 RHS, CAROUSEL ROTATION, COUNTER CLOCKWISE. ....................................................................................... 14

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

1. GENERAL FUNCTION 1.1 Power supply S139/Ignition ON Fuse F13/ON Fuse F15/ON X1/100

PLC output Valve

K4A + 24V +24V* - ground connection

• -When ignition key S139 is in position 1, ignition ON, relay K4A is activated to allow power supply to fuse F13. • Ground connection also bridged to connection S/S and 0V. • *+24V to supply COM1 to COM7 and exp-unit COM1 and COM2. Without power from F15 output signal from PLC will be indicated by LED although no signal will be present on output connections. F15 supplies relays inside PLC. 1.2 Engine start S130/Tramming pos S139/Engine start

X24/OFF X34/ON

Y35/ON

K5B

Y26/ON Y26/OFF Y26/ON

Y123

• Time between input X34 and output Y35 is delayed 0,5s by the PLC • The engine always starts at 1200 rpm. 1.3 Pump unload S130/Tramming pos S139/Ignition S139/Engine start S139/Ignition

X24/OFF X34/OFF X34/ON X34/OFF

Y123

• When the ignition switch (S139) is released from starting position and respringed back to ignition position, the output Y26 is ON again after a delay of 2 sec. 1.4 Indication light for hydraulic jack S130/Tramming pos B184/Dis-ACTIVE

X24/OFF X33/OFF

Y25/ON

H127

• The indication light only inform about the position of the hydraulic jack. Tramming with the jack down is prevented by relay K233. 1.5 Engine rpm, manually controlled speed. S189/OFF

X32/OFF

Y24/ON

K324

• When Y24 is ON the relay K324 gives a signal to connection P61/28 on the ECM and the engine runs on 1500 rpm. • When K324 is de-activated by setting switch S189 to ON (X32/ON, Y24/OFF) the engine runs at an rpm determined by the potentiometer (R189) connected to P61/10 on the ECM.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

1.6 Engine rpm, automatically controlled speed (Impact activated). S130/Drilling pos S446/Impact pos

X24/ON X27/ON or X30/ON Y24/OFF

• To start flushing and DCT, press the impact switch (S446) for maximum 0,3 sec. To start low impact, press the switch (S446) longer then 0,8 sec. • When K324 is de-activated by activating impact switch (S446) the engine runs at an rpm determined by the potentiometer (R189) connected to P61/10 on the ECM.

2.DRILLING FUNCTIONS 2.1 Drill lever mode S130/Drilling pos S452/Drill mode

X24/ON X35/OFF

Y30/OFF Y31/ON

K178/OFF H179/ON Y179A/ON Y179B/ON

• When PLC output Y30 is OFF, relay K178 is not active and the drill lever works in drill mode. • When PLC output Y30 is ON relay K178 is active and the drill lever works in fast feed/threading mode. • Drill mode is indicated by the green light H179 at the lever base. • In drill mode the lever will be magnetically locked in the end positions for drill rotation and feed forward (Y179A and Y179B). 2.2 Drill lever magnet release S130/Drilling pos S452/Drill mode S453/Release

X24/ON X35/OFF X36/ON

Y30/OFF Y31/OFF

0,2sec. ⇓ X36/OFF

0,2sec. ⇓ Y31/ON

K178/OFF H179/OFF Y179A/OFF Y179B/OFF 0,2sec. ⇓ H179/ON Y179A/ON Y179B/ON

• When pressing S453 the magnets are temporarily deactivated and the drill lever is released to neutral position, resulting in the feed and rotation being shut off. After a delay of 0,2 seconds, set by the PLC, the magnets are reactivated. • When the magnets are deactivated the green indicator light will also be temporarily deactivated for 0,2 seconds.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

2.3 Dust collector, start of suction S130/Drilling pos S181/Suction pos S446/Impact pos

PLC output Valve

X24/ON X2/ON X27/ON or X30/ON Y21/ON

Y253

• The dust collector fan motor is started by turning switch S130 to drilling position (not controlled by the PLC). • Suction is started when the fan housing hatch is open by activating Y253 as described above. 2.4 Dust collector, adjustment of pulse length S130/Drilling pos S181/Suction pos S446/Impact pos S456/Increase DCT time S457/Adjust pulse time

X24/ON X2/ON X27/ON X37/ON X40/ON

Y21/ON

Y253

Y32/ON Y33/ON Y34/ON

Y251A Y251B Y251C

• Each push on the button increases the pulse length by 0,05 sec. If switch S456 is OFF, the time will be decreased instead of increased when S457 is pushed. Factory setting is 0,3 sec. 2.5 Dust collector, adjustment of pause time. S130/Drilling pos S181/Suction pos S446/Impact pos S456/Increase DCT time S458/Adjust pulse time

X24/ON X2/ON X27/ON X37/ON X41/ON

Y21/ON

Y253

Y32/ON Y33/ON Y34/ON

Y251A Y251B Y251C

• Each push on the button increases the pulse length by 1 sec. If switch S456 is OFF, the time will be decreased instead of increased when S458 is pushed. Factory setting is 5 sec.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

X24/ON X2/ON X27/ON ⇓ X27/OFF X37/ON X42/ON

Y21/ON ⇓ Y21/OFF

Y253

Y32/ON Y33/ON Y34/ON

Y251A Y251B Y251C

2.6 Dust collector, adjustment of cleaning time S130/Drilling pos S181/Suction pos S446/Impact pos S446/Impact pos. S456/Increase DCT time S459/Adjust pulse time

Y253

• Each push on the button increases the pulse length by 5 sec. If switch S456 is OFF, the time will be decreased instead of increased when S459 is pushed. Factory setting is 30 sec. • The PLC also controls the cleaning during drilling. It cleans one valve at each time and when the Impact is switched OFF the cleaning will continue with all three valves simultaneously until the set time is up. 2.7 ECL-pump S130/Drilling pos S446/Flushing pos

X24/ON X27 or X30/ON

Y0/ON

Y106

• To start flushing and DCT, press the impact switch (S446) for maximum 0,3 sec. To start low impact, press the switch (S446) longer then 0,8 sec. 2.8 HECL-pump S130/Drilling pos. S100/Flush air pos. S446/Flushing pos.

X24/ON X25/ON or X26/ON X27/ON Y1/ON

Y165

• To start flushing and HECL, press the impact switch (S446) for maximum 0,3 sec. • To start flushing, HECL and low impact, press the switch (S446) longer then 0,8 sec. • The HECL-pump (Y165) does not work with an extended time although it is possible to set on the external relay if needed.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

2.9 Anti-jamming activated by high rotation pressure S130/Drilling pos. X24/ON B134/Activated X0/ON B134/De-activated

Y2/ON Y20/OFF X0/OFF Y2/OFF Y20/ON Y17/ON ……6 sec….. Y17/OFF

Y109

Y101A Y101B

• Input X0 must be ON for a minimum of 0,8 sec in order to result in output Y2. • Y2 will remain active for a minimum of 2 sec or until the rotation pressure drops below the setting of QDS K. • When anti-jamming has been de-activated low feed and impact pressures will be activated for 6 sec. • When feed backwards is activated automatically during anti-jamming output Y20 will be OFF. This deactivates Y101A, allowing pump 1 to be controlled by the internal 250 bar relief valve. 2.10 Anti-jamming activated by flushing S130/Drilling pos. S100/Full flush air pos. S446/Flushing pos. B142/Active B142/De-activated

X24/ON X26/ON X27/ON X1/ON

Y2/ON Y20/OFF X1/OFF Y2/OFF Y20/ON Y17/ON ……6 sec….. Y17/OFF

Y109

Y101A Y101B

• The flow switch is only functioning during full flushing. • Y2 will remain active for a minimum of 2 sec or until the rotation pressure drops below the setting of QDS K. • When anti-jamming has been de-activated low feed and impact pressures will be activated for 6 sec. • When feed backwards is activated automatically during anti-jamming output Y20 will be OFF. This deactivates Y101A, allowing pump 1 to be controlled by the internal 250 bar relief valve. 2.11 Drill lever, logic direction when anti-jamming is active S130/Drilling pos B134/ACTIVE B262/ACTIVE

X24/ON X0/ON X25/ON

Y2/ON Y2/OFF

Y109

• Pulling the drill lever to feed backwards position activates B262. This will block the anti jamming output Y2 to allow logic function of the drill lever.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

2.12 Full pump 1 pressure available when feeding backwards manually. B262/ON X35/ON Y20/OFF Y17/ON Y101B • When feed backwards is activated manually output Y20 will be OFF. This deactivates Y101A, allowing pump 1 to be controlled by the internal 250 bar relief valve. 2.13 Drill mode activation S130/Drilling pos.

X24/ON

Y17/ON

Y101B

• When drill mode is selected valve Y101B is activated, resulting in low feed pressure. 2.14 Low impact activation. S130/Drilling pos. S100/Flush air pos. B118/RHS-arm in carousel S446/Low impact.

X24/ON Y17/ON X25/ON or X26/ON X3/ON X27/ON Y20/ON Y34/ON

Y101B

Y101A Y101C

• Switch S446 for low impact position must be pressed longer than 0.8 seconds to obtain a self holding circuit, Impact will be shut-off if switch S446 is released within 0,8 seconds (Y20/OFF). • Pressing the button shorter than 0,3 sec. only starts the flushing. 2.15 High impact activation. S130/Drilling pos. S100/Flush air pos. S446/Low impact.

S446/High impact.

X24/ON Y17/ON X25/ON or X26/ON X27/ON Y20/ON Y34/ON ⇓ ⇓ X30/ON Y17/OFF Y20/ON Y34/ON

Y101B Y101A Y101C

Y101A Y101C

• Switch S446 for high impact position must be pressed longer than 0.3 seconds to obtain a self holding circuit, Impact will be shut-off if switch S446 is released within 0,3 seconds (Y20/OFF). • Pressing the high impact button on switch (S446) directly without first starting the low impact will result in high impact without self holding circuit or flushing. • When changing back to low impact, press the low impact pressure button on switch (S446) longer then 0,3 sec, otherwise the impact will stop. 2.16. Impact hour counter S130/Drilling pos S446/Impact. pos

X24/ON X27/ON or X30/ON Y20

D510 PMI2:0

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

X43/ON

Y20OFF Y17/ON Y22/OFF Y23/OFF Y2/ON

2.17 Automatic drill stop function D510/PMO:01

Y101A Y101B Y115 Y116 Y109

• Signal from D510/PMO:01 (reached depth) results in a signal to Y109 (drill feed backwards) for 2 seconds.

3. RAPID FEED STOP FUNCTIONS 3.1 Rapid feed stop forward S130/Drilling pos B122/Active

X24/ON X12/ON

Y4/ON

Y150

X24/ON X22/ON X13/ON

Y3/ON

Y149

3.2 Rapid feed stop backwards, uncoupling S130/Drilling pos S113/Take up rod string B126/Active

• If switch S113 is ON during system start up will it not be enable until it has been switched off and on again. • The system holds the stop signal for two seconds and after that the movement will start again. 3.3 Rapid feed stop backwards, intake magazine S130/Drilling pos X24/ON S113/Take up rod string X22/ON B126/Active X13/ON Y3/ON Y149 • If switch S113 is ON during system start up will it not be enable until it has been switched off and on again. • The system holds the stop signal for two seconds and after that the movement will start again. 3.4 Rapid feed stop backwards, max S130/Drilling pos B127/Active

X24/ON X14/ON

Y3/ON

Y149

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Function

Signal from/position

4. RODHANDLING FUNCTIONS 4.1 Open Gripper S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/Operator seat active S111/Top button pushed

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X21/ON

Y6/ON

Y300

4.2 Guide grip S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/Operator seat active B120/ ACTIVE S111/RHS lever in neutral

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X5/ON X15, X16, X17, X20 and X21/OFF ..….0,5 sec…. Y7/ON Y306

• The activation of Y306 is delayed 0,5 sec by the PLC 4.3 Hard grip S130/Drilling pos.

X24/ON

• Hard grip is the normal condition. No active inputs or outputs are required. Exceptions are Open gripper and Guide grip.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

4.4 RHS, arm towards drill-centre with closed grippers (Rod in grippers) S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/ACTIVE B118/ACTIVE B180/ACTIVE B181/ACTIVE S111/Arm to drill centre Outlet hatch opens Arm movement start ⇓ Halfway sensor B119/ACTIVE Arm movement stops. Gripper rotation starts towards drill centre. ⇓ Gripper rot. sensor B179/ACTIVE Gripper rotation stops mechanically Arm movement continues. Outlet closes ⇓ Arm in drillcenter B120/ACTIVE Arm in drill centre Gripper rot. stopped mechanically. ⇓ Sequence complete

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X3/ON X10/ON X11/ON X16/ON Y16/ON Y10/ON

Y310 Y301B

Y10/OFF Y15/ON

Y311A

X4/ON

X7/ON Y15/ON Y10/ON Y16/OFF

Y311A Y301B

Y10/ON Y15/ON

Y301B Y311A

X5/ON

• The output Y10 and Y15 remains activated until the sequence is completed although the function is stopped mechanically.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

4.5 RHS, arm towards drill-centre with open grippers S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/ACTIVE B181/ACTIVE S111/Arm to drill center S111/Push the top button Outlet hatch is closed Rod grippers open Arm movement starts ⇓ Half way sensor B119/ACTIVE Arm movement stopped. Gripper rot. starts toward drill centre. ⇓ Gripper rot. sensor. B179/ACTIVE Gripper rot. stopped mechanically. Arm movement continues ⇓ Arm in drillcenter B120/ACTIVE Rod grippers close Arm in drillcenter Gripper rot. stopped mechanically. ⇓ Sequence complete

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X11/ON X16/ON X21/ON Y16/OFF Y6/ON Y10/ON

Y300 Y301B

Y10/OFF Y15/ON

Y311A

Y15/ON Y10/ON

Y311A Y301B

Y6/OFF Y10/ON

Y301B

X4/ON

X7/ON

X5/ON

• The output Y10 and Y15 remains activated until the sequence is completed although the function is stopped mechanically. • The rod gripper will stay open automatically until drill centre is reached (B120/activated) even though the push button is released.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

4.6 RHS, arm towards carousel with closed gripper (Rod in grippers) S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/ACTIVE *B178/Dis-ACTIVE B179/ACTIVE B120/ACTIVE B181/ACTIVE S111/Arm to carousel pos. Outlet hatch opens Arm movement start ⇓ Halfway sensor B119/ACTIVE Arm movement stops. Gripper rot. towards carousel starts. ⇓ Gripper rot. sensor. B180/ACTIVE Gripper rot. stops mechanically. Arm movement continues. ⇓ Magazine sensor B118/ACTIVE Gripper rot. sensor B180/ACTIVE Arm movement stops mechanically. Gripper rot. stopped mechanically. Outlet hatch is closed. ⇓ Sequence complete.

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X6/ON X7/ON X5/ON X11/ON X15/ON Y16/ON Y11/ON

Y310 Y301A

Y11/OFF Y14/ON

Y311B

Y14/ON Y11/ON

Y311B Y301A

Y11/ON Y14/ON Y16/OFF

Y301A Y311B

X4/ON

X10/ON

X3/ON X10/ON

• The output Y11 and Y14 remains activated until the sequence is completed although the function is stopped mechanically. • Outlet hatch will remain opened until last condition is fulfilled (B118 activated). • The sensor B178 is normally closed. e.g. The contact will be open when there is a tube in the outlet position.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

4.7 RHS, arm towards carousel with open gripper S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/ACTIVE B179/ACTIVE B120/ACTIVE B181/ACTIVE S111/Push the top button. S111/Arm to carousel pos. Outlet hatch is closed. Open grippers. Arm movement start ⇓ Halfway sensor. B119/ACTIVE Arm movement stops. Gripper rot. towards carousel starts. ⇓ Gripper rot. sensor. B180/ACTIVE Gripper rot. stops mechanically. Arm movement continues ⇓ Arm in carousel B118/ACTIVE Gripper rot. stopped mechanically. Arm in carousel stops mechanically. ⇓ Sequence complete

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X7/ON X5/ON X11/ON X21/ON X15/ON Y16/OFF Y6/ON Y11/ON

Y300 Y301A

Y11/OFF Y14/ON

Y311B

Y14/ON Y11/ON

Y311B Y301

Y14/ON Y11/ON

Y311B Y301A

X4/ON

X10/ON

X3/ON

• The output Y11 and Y14 remains activated until the sequence is completed although the function is stopped mechanically. • The rod gripper will stay open automatically until the carousel is reached (B118/activated) even though the push button is released.

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Function

Signal from/position

PLC input/status

PLC output Valve

4.8 RHS, carousel rotation, clockwise. S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/Operator seat active B120/ACTIVE B181/ACTIVE S111/Pos, to the left. Rotation starts ⇓ Rot. stop sensor. B181/ACTIVE Rotation stops. ⇓ Sequence complete.

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X5/ON X11/ON X17/ON Y13/ON

Y303A

X11/ON Y13/OFF

• If X11 does not receive a signal from the index sensor B181 within 5 sec, the system is shut off and can only be reset by switching of the rig and restart. • To index additional steps, S111 can be kept in position. 4.9 RHS, carousel rotation, counter clockwise. S130/Drilling pos. S446/Impact switch B379/Operator seat active B120/ACTIVE B181/ACTIVE S111/Pos, to the right. Rotation starts. ⇓ Rot. stop sensor. B181/ACTIVE Rotation stops. ⇓ Sequence complete.

X24/ON X27 and X30/OFF X31/ON X5/ON X11/ON X20/ON Y12/ON

Y303B

X11/ON Y12/OFF

• If X11 does not receive a signal from the index sensor B181 within 5 sec, the system is shut off and can only be reset by switching of the rig and restart. • To index additional steps, S111 can be kept in position.

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Pumps & Pilot pressure

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Pumps and pilot pressure

Pumps and pilot pressure Pump 1 Main pump 1 in the hydraulic system is an axial piston pump with variable displacement and supplies oil to:  Percussion  Feed  RHS system  Positioning  Track oscillation  Tramming  Pilot pressure The pump is pressure compensated, which means that the pressure is maintained constantly independent of the flow as long as the flow is less than the max. capacity of the pump (190 l/min.). The pump pressure can be regulated by means of external pressure valves or the internal pressure control valve (DR). During drilling, pump 1 is controlled by the actual output pressure. During tramming, it is connected to an open circuit system with a flow distributor that distributes the flow equally to left and right tramming motors.

Internal pressure valve During tramming or boom positioning the internal pressure control valve controls (DR) pump pressure. The DR valve also limits max. working pressure (250 bars) for the pump. With boom positioning during tramming or when the winch is activated the pressure is regulated to 210 bars by means of valve Y123.

External pressure valve

DR: Max pressure , LS: Standby pressure

During drilling, the pump pressure is controlled by two relief valves for high and low percussion. These are connected to the pump control system.

Pump 1, pressure setting Checking/setting the standby pressure “LS” 1. Disconnect pilot hose “DP” from the LOGIC-1 block, port DP. 2. Connect pilot hose “DP” to the hydraulic tank (drain block with Y101A,B ) 3. Plug the LOGIC-1 block, port DP. 4. Connect the tester hose to the connection on pump 1. 5. Start the engine and set the speed to 1500 rpm. 6. The pressure on the tester should be 15-20 bars. 7. Adjust the “LS” screw on the pump regulator if required. 8. Refit the pilot hose “DP” to the LOGIC-1 block, port DP.

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Pumps and pilot pressure Checking/setting the max. pump pressure “DR” 1. Connect the tester hose to the connection on pump 1. 2. Start the engine and set the speed to 1500 rpm. 3. Set the drilling/tramming switch to drilling. 4. The pressure on the tester should be max. 250 bars. 5. Adjust the “DR” screw on the pump regulator if required.

Pump 2, 3 and 4 Pumps 2, 3 and 4 are gear pumps which are integrated with pump 1. They are driven directly by the diesel engine via a flexible coupling.  Pump 2 supplies oil to the rock drill's rotation motor. Max. pump pressure on pump 2 is set via relief valves in the drill rotation circuit.  Pump 3 supplies oil to the dust collector's fan motor.  Pump 4 supplies oil to the winch and positioning circuit. The pressure from pump 4 can be adjusted via the relief valves in the relief block for pump 4 (Y123).

Pump 5, 6 The two remaining gear pumps 5 and 6 are assembled together as a double pump fitted on the diesel engine's power take out (PTO).  Pump 5 drives the cooling fan motor for cooling the hydraulic oil and the compressor oil. It also supplies oil to the winch's locking mechanism.The pressure from pump 5 is not adjustable so the max. pressure is limited by a fixed 160 bars pressure relief valve in a housing near the cooler motor. This pump is permanently activated. For pump capacity see the table below.  Pump 6 drives the cooling fan motor for cooling the diesel engine and intake air. The pressure from pump 6 is not adjustable but the max. pressure is limited by a 140 bars fixed pressure relief valve in a housing near the cooler motor. This pump is permanently activated. For pump capacity see the table below.

Pilot pressure The oil for pilot pressure is supplied from pump 1. It goes through the main drilling block via a pressure reducing valve set to 35 bars out to the pilot circuit. In order to protect the pilot system from pressure peaks there is also a pressure relief valve set at 50 bars in the main drilling block. The oil is then fed to logic block 1 and solenoid valve Y169 whose function is to switch off the pilot pressure supply to all functions in an emergency stop situation. Solenoid valve Y169 is activated simultaneously with the diesel engine's stop relay Y200. When solenoid valve Y169 is activated the oil is fed to valve Y121. When Y121 is activated the pilot pressure is directed to the drilling functions and when it is not activated to the tramming circuit. Y121 is controlled by the switch for drilling/tramming (S130).

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Test connections for hydraulic circuits

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1 Hydraulic pump 1 2 Hydraulic pump 2 3 Hydraulic pump 3 4 Hydraulic pump 4 5 Hydraulic pump 5 6 Hydraulic pump 6 7 Pilot pressure 8 Drill extractor pressure * * Extra equipment (Does not apply to COPROD)

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H01

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H03

Pilot P Trammode 101 of 273

H02

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Start engine

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Start engine There are some factors to consider when starting the engine.

F505 F506 F507 F508

F509 F510 F511 F512

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D A B C

9

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

a

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3

F501 F502 F503 F504

12VDC/3A

b 4

c

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c d

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1b

Start engine

Main switch on.

Ignition on. Wait for communication before start. Approx 5-10 sec.

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Main switch off

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Stab. 24V 24V

Inlet Air heater Start motor

Voltage stabilizer

Main switch on 1

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Main switch on 2

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Main switch on 3

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Main switch on 4

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K4A

K4B

Start engine 1

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K4A Voltage stabilizer

K4A K4B

Start engine 2

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Start engine 3

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Start engine 4

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Start engine 5

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Start engine 6

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X24 OFF

X34

Start engine 7

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Y35

Start engine 8

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K5B

K5A On M1 Oncranking

Start engine 9

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S180 B366

B143

Start conditions for rig system

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Start conditions for ECM

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Shut down 1

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ECM 27

Shut down 2

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Engine speed control

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Engine speed control

Right panel (A52) a

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3

b 4

c

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b

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c d

Rpm 1

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Rpm 2

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Rpm 3

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RPM manually 2

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Tramming

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Tramming A57, tramming control panel

A52, right panel

Controls for moving the rig to desired

Switches for tramming function

drilling position.

and support leg.

A a

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3 a

b 4

c

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b

5 c

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b

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6

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c d

Tramming Positioning levers Use levers for positioning while tramming to reach exact drilling position. Note: always put the feed in correct position when changing drilling pos./jobsite (see safety chapter).

a b

e

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d

14

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15

16

Tramming 1

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Tramming 2

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Tramming 3

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Tramming 4

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Tramming 6

Tramming 7

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Compressor

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Compressor 1

Main components

4

3

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2

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Compressor 1

Pressure regulating

20 10

40

0

2

60

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bar

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Compressor

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Compressor

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Compressor

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To the main air system

Flushing & DCT

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DCT and Flushing Dust collector

d

a 7

6

5

X-INPUT

X -INPUT

Y-OUTPUT

Y- OUT PUT

b

1 25 0 0 1 30 9 7

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c

1 2

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3

4

DCT and Flushing Flushing

b

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a

1

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DCT and Flushing

Pressure regulator

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Cleaning valves

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Adjusting the cleaning time

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Cleaning valves

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DCT and Flushing

Open DCT hatch

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DCT and Flushing

Open DCT hatch

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DCT on

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DCT on

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ECL, ECG, HECL & Grease brushes

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ECL/ECG system

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Pumps for lubrication to the COP and rod threads.

a

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ECL/ECG system Adjust pulses for lubrication in electrical cabinet.

B 4

Pos. B2 and B3. X-INPUT

5

Y-OUTPUT

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Y-OUTPUT

X-INPUT

B 6

7 8

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1

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3

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ECG

ECL

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ECL/HECL system

A

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Pumps for lubrication to the COP and COPROD Head

a

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ECL/HECL system

HECL ECL

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Thread greasing B

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1250 0095 04

C

4

2

A

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3 5 1

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Thread greasing 15

16

17

18

a

9

a

2

3

b

4

20

a

c

b c

11

e

5

d

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21

7

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Drilling

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Drilling Drill lever, electrical functions

3 The multi-functional drilling lever controls the functions dealing with rotation, feed and percussion.

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b

e h

c

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i

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1

4

Drilling Drill lever, hydraulic functions

3

Multifunctional drill lever: 1:Button for magnet release. 2:Shift button for Drill mode/rapid feed, jointing mode.

2

1

4:Light for Drill mode/jointing mode.

a

d g

b

e h

c

f

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i

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3:Lever for feed/rotation, rapid feed/jointing.

4

Drilling A51, Left panel on chair

A52, Right panel

Frequently used switches while

Switches ”before” drilling, 1and 11.

drilling, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22.

15

16

17

18

a

9

a

2

3 b

20

a

c

4

c

11

e d

c 14

5 21

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7 10

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b

8

6

b

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b

a

c d

Drill lever 1

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Drill lever 2

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Drill lever 3

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Drill lever 4

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Drill lever 5

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Drill lever 6

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Drill lever 7

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Drill lever 8

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Rotation

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2

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3

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Feed

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Feed Pressure panel Valve 3 and 4 is for adjusting feed pressure. 3

1

4

5

6

7

8 2

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Low feed pressure 193 of 273

High feed pressure 194 of 273

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Impact

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Impact Valve 7 and 8 is for adjusting impact pressure 3

1

4

5

6

7

8 2

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Top hammer

Low impact 2

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Top hammer

High impact 3

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COPROD

Low impact 4

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COPROD

High impact 5

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6

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DPCI

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Damper Pressure Controlled Impact The DPCI system is very important to prevent hole deviation and damage of the Rock Drill.

3

1

4

The systems also gives your consumables a longer life length.

5

6

7

8 2

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1

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DPCI Damper Flow regulator

2

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Top hammer

High impact with normal damper pressure

3

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Top hammer

Feed backwards

Low dampening pressure deactivates the A valve.

High impact with low damper pressure < 50 bar

4

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Top hammer

If damper pressure is 120 bar, IM2 is then not available.

5

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COPROD

High impact with normal damper pressure

6

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COPROD

Feed backwards

Low dampening pressure deactivates the A valve.

High impact with low damper pressure < 50 bar

7

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COPROD

If damper pressure is 120 bar; or if feed pressure is too low, IM2 is then not available.

8

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RPCF

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Rotation Pressure Controlled Feed Adjust desired value on the valve (pos.2) in cabin. 3

1

4

5

6

7

8 2

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2

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3

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Anti-jamming

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Anti-jamming

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1

X0

X1

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2

Y2

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3

Y109

B134

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4

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5

B262

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6

Thread feed & Rapid feed

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Thread feed & Rapid feed Valve 5 and 6 is for adjusting feed speed when threading. 3

1

4

5

6

7

8 2

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Thread feed 2

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Thread feed 3

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Rapid feed 4

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Rapid feed 5

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RHS

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RHS – Top hammer

Rod Handling System A

3

d g

b

e h

c

f

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1

a

B

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RHS

Feed

1 2

A B C

D

3

E

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2

X24

X27 X30 X31 OFF OFF

Preconditions RHS

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3

X21

Open grippers

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4

Y6

Open grippers

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5

Open grippers

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6

X3 X16

Rod transfer

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7

Y10

Rod transfer

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8

Rod transfer

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9

B183 ON twice 1st: rotation starts 2nd: rotation stops

X3

X7 X17 X21

Carousel rotation

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10

Y13

Carousel rotation

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11

Carousel rotation

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12

RHS - COPROD

Rod Handling System S257

b

S259

A

3

f e

B

2

1 S167

c a

S113

e d

c S119

S100

a

d g

b

e h

c

f

i

4

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d

S260

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a

S258

S187 S181 S111

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X24

X27 X30 X31 OFF OFF

Preconditions RHS

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2

X21

Open grippers

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3

Y6

Open grippers

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4

Open grippers

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5

1

2

4

X3

X4

X5

3

1

1

X7 X10 X11 X16

Tube transfer to drill center

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6

Y10

1, 3

Y15 Y16

2

1

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Tube transfer to drill center

7

1, 3

2 1

Tube transfer to drill center

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8

X5

X11 X17

B181 ON twice 1st: rotation starts 2nd: rotation stops

Carousel rotation

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9

Y13

Carousel rotation

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10

Carousel rotation

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11

Safety

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Safety b a

10 m

10 m

10 m

10 m 10 m

2m

5m

c 5m

2m

F Training

The ”rig hazard” area is the area where there is health- or injury hazard. a : Bench drilling b : Toe hole drilling c : Tramming

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Safety

1

2

9

3

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4

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6

5

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7

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8

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F Training

This is the warning signs for the rig : 1: Keep unauthorized persons out of working area. 2: Tip over hazard. 3: Hazardous moving and rotating parts. 4: Danger-slewing or clamping components. 5: Use ear protection. 6: Un correct use of winch can cause serious injury. 7: Hazardous air pressure. 8: Danger of scalding and pressure. 9: Read manual before operating the rig. Note: Read manual for exact definition of the warning signs! Always anticipate that high pressure and heated areas can occurre in rig area!!

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Safety

Gradient meter

F Training

This indicates the angels for safe operation when drilling or tramming. See manual for exact given limits.

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Safety

Emergency exit hammer

F Training

Use the emergency exit hammer to exit cabin when door is blocked. If the cabin is equipped with safety glass, brake the back window to exit.

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Safety

Fire extinguisher

A

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29 01

92

F Training

The rig is delivered with one fire extinguisher as standard.

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New F9 differences

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ROC F9 MkII

What is new?

F9 MkI vs. F9 MkII Main differencies  CAT C9 replaces C10  Stepless engine speed control  Inclination system by CAN-BUS  Inclination and Engine parameters on display  Multi function drill lever  Electrically controlled tramming

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F9 MkI vs. F9 MkII Why?  Stepless engine speed control – Allows optimized engine speed – saves fuel

 Inclination system by CAN-BUS – AC’s own system – Utilizes the engine display

 Inclination and Engine parameters on display – Presentation on color display – Simple troubleshooting possible

F9 MkI vs. F9 MkII Why?  Multi function drill lever – Collects 3 levers into 1 ergonomically placed lever

 Electrically controlled tramming – Tramming levers conveniently placed in the armrest – More space in cabin

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Options

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Engine heater

F Training

1

The engine heater heats up your engine (water) and cabin. With a timer (fig.A) in cabin you can set 3 different start periods. See manual for further instructions.

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1

Option

Electrical fuel pump

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A

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Option

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Water mist system Pressurised tank for water or other approved fluids.

B

A

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C

D

E

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1

Water mist system Switch (pos.2) for water mist

a

9 2

3

b 4

c

11 5

b

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6 7

a

c d

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Water mist system Control panel for water mist

F

G

H

I

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J

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3

Auto

Manual

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4

Reduced watermist with manual control

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Winch

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1250 0128 81

1

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Winch

Remote box (A60)

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2

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Top hammer drawings

COPROD drawings

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