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1 SA Series Tape Feeder SA 44mm and 56mm Product Guide All rights reserved Revision A (2) 31 August D-E053

2 SA Series 44mm and 56mm SL Tape Feeder Product Guide Hover-Davis, Inc. has checked the contents of this printed document to verify that it is in agreement with the product described inside. However, discrepancies can and do occur. Therefore Hover-Davis, Inc. cannot assume responsibility for complete agreement between this printed document and the product described inside. The information contained in this document was thoroughly reviewed before going to print, and is subsequently reviewed and / or revised on a regular basis. Necessary corrections are included in future editions. Technical Publications Copyright 2018 by Hover-Davis. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form, by print, photoprint, microfilm, or any other means without written permission from Hover-Davis. If you need technical information or assistance with the installation of this product, please call our Customer Support Center Hover-Davis, Inc. All rights reserved Revision A (2) 31 August 2018 No. 0870D-E053

3 Table of Contents Chapter One Tape Loading and Feeder Operation Control Panel Detail Loading the Tape Feeder Setting Feeder Pitch (Feeder Loaded, No Errors) Setting the Pick Position Emptying the Cover Tape Reservoir Operator Modes Feeder Pitch Adjust Mode Valid Pitch Settings Technician Modes Error messages Raw material Data (US & China) Chapter Two Recommended Spare Parts Recommended Spare Parts Chapter Three SA Series 44mm 44mm Single Lane Tape Feeder A-0001 Shoe Assembly, Top A-0008 Tape Window Assembly A-0018 Tape input Guide Assembly Chapter Four SA Series 56mm 56mm Single Lane Tape Feeder A-0001 Shoe Assembly, Top A-0008 Tape Window Assembly A-0018 Tape input Guide Assembly

4 Chapter Five Repair and Maintenance Preventive Maintenance Part Replacement Outside Plate DWD I/O Cable mm Drive Cable Controller Board Control Panel Slot Sensor Peel Arm Sensor Reservoir Drive Mount Peel Arm Assembly DWD Hub Peel Idler Assembly Reservoir Drive Wheel Assembly

5 Chapter One Tape Loading & Feeder Operation 1

6 Control Panel Detail Status Light Display Forward Button Reverse Button Mode Button Status Light Used to indicate various conditions. RED = Error Condition GREEN = Power On YELLOW = Standby / Warning OFF = Power Off Fig. 1-1 Mode Button Multi-purpose button used for various operations. Detailed descriptions for the use for this button are given throughout the balance of this section. Display During normal operation the display will show the current feeder pitch, or if an error has occurred, the appropriate error message. Refer to Page 1-29 for a detailed list of error messages. Refer to Page 1-12 through Page 1-29 for display functions during Operator and Technician Mode procedures. Forward Button Multi-purpose button used for various operations. Detailed descriptions for the use for this button are given throughout the balance of this section. Also used to advance the tape equal to the set pitch. If the Mode Button is also being held down when pressing the Forward Button, the advance is 2mm. Holding the Forward Button down will rapid advance the tape for as long as the button is held down. Reverse Button Multi-purpose button used for various operations. Detailed descriptions for the use for this button are given throughout the balance of this section. Also used to reverse feed the tape equal to the set pitch. If the Mode Button is also being held down when pressing the Reverse Button, the reverse feed is 2mm. Holding the Reverse Button down will rapid reverse feed the tape for as long as the button is held down, or 100mm, which ever occurs first. Note The feeder is equipped with a power save feature that turns off the Display 5 minutes after the last button press. After the feeder is first powered up, if no buttons are pressed within the first 60 seconds, the feeder immediately goes into power save mode. Power save mode does not effect the operation of the feeder. It just conserves power going to the Display. A decimal point flashes to indicate feeder is powered up. 1-1

7 Loading the Tape Feeder 1. To properly load the feeder, the cover tape must be peeled back from the first 400 mm [15 inches] of the carrier tape. Fold cover tape over end of carrier tape (refer to Fig. 1-2A and Fig. 1.-B). Cover Tape Cover Tape Carrier Tape Carrier Tape Fig. 1-2A Fig. 1-2B 2. Place the end of the carrier tape into the Tape Chute located at the rear of the feeder and feed the carrier tape into the feeder until the end reaches the Tape Window (refer to Fig. 1-3). Tape Window Tape Chute Carrier Tape Fig

8 3. Pull back on the Window Latch lever to unlock the Tape Window. Open the Tape Window and continue to feed the carrier tape into the feeder. Thread the cover tape through the opening on the Tape Window. Make sure the holes in the carrier tape are engaged with the teeth on the Drive Sprocket. Then close the Tape Window (refer to Fig. 1-4). Tape Window Cover Tape Window Latch Fig

9 4. Press down on the end of the Tape Window until the Window Latch snaps over the end of the window, thereby locking it closed (refer to Fig. 1-5). Tape Window Cover Tape Window Latch Fig

10 5. Feed the cover tape back from the Tape Window and over the Cover Tape Tensioner. The cover tape can be fed into the Cover Tape Reservoir by using one of two different methods. Method One: a. Press and release the Mode Button on the Control Panel. b. Feed Cover Tape end between the Idler Wheel and Drive Rollers. c. The Feeder is properly loaded when Cover Tape slack is removed (refer to Fig. 1-6). Control Panel Status Light Display Forward Button Idler Wheel Drive Roller 1 Mode Button Reverse Button View A Idler Wheel Lever Cover Tape Tensioner 2 View A Fig

11 Method Two: a. Press down on the Idler Wheel Lever to disengage the Idler Wheel from the Drive Roller. b. Feed cover tape end between the Idler Wheel and Drive Rollers. c. Secure the Cover Tape by releasing the Idler Wheel Lever. d. Press and release the Mode Button to remove Cover Tape slack (refer to Fig. 1-7). Control Panel Idler Wheel Status Light Display Forward Button Drive Roller Mode Button Reverse Button View A Idler Wheel Lever 2 View A Cover Tape Reservoir Fig

12 Setting Feeder Pitch (Feeder Loaded, No Errors) Note Refer to Page 1-12 for changing the Feeder Pitch while feeder displays error conditions, or with a feeder not loaded with component tape. 1. Identify the pitch of the tape being used with the Pitch Assist Label on the Tape Guide Assembly, located at the back of the feeder (refer to Fig. 1-8). Pitch Assist Label Tape Guide Assembly Fig Insert the component carrier tape into the Tape Guide (refer to Fig. 1-9). Component Carrier Fig

13 3. Line up the center of a component pocket with the 0 (zero) line on the Pitch Assist Label. Then find the first component pocket that aligns its center with any of the Pitch setting numbers on the label. That number is the Pitch setting to program into the feeder. The example in Fig shows a component carrier tape with a pitch of 16. Fig To enter Pitch Set Mode, press and hold the Mode Button for 3 seconds until the Display flashes (refer to Fig. 1-11). 2. Press the Forward Button to increase the feeder pitch or press the Reverse Button to decrease the feeder pitch. Adjust this setting to match the pitch of the component tape that is loaded in the feeder. 3. Press the Mode Button to save the pitch setting. Display 16 Reverse Button Mode Button Fig Note Refer to Page 1-13 for a chart of valid pitch settings for the feeder. 1-8

14 Setting the Pick Position To set the Pick Position, press and hold down the Mode Button. Then press the Forward Button or the Reverse Button to advance or retract the tape in 2mm increments. When the component is centered next to the pick point mark, the pick point setting is correct (refer to Fig. 1-12). Pick Position Mark Fig

15 Emptying the Cover Tape Reservoir To empty the Cover Tape Reservoir, swing the Reservoir Door open and remove the excess cover tape inside the Reservoir. Cut the cover tape close to the feeder and tuck the end back into the Reservoir. Swing the Reservoir Door closed (refer to Fig. 1-13). Fig

16 Operator Modes The procedures to enter, navigate, and exit Operator Modes are as follows: 1. Press and hold down the Forward and Reverse Buttons for 3 seconds until Pi is displayed to enter Operator Modes (refer to Fig ). The Status Light illuminates GREEN. 2. The only available Operator Mode at this time is Feeder Pitch Adjust Mode. 3. Press and release the Mode Button to enter the desired (Feeder Pitch Adjust) mode. The Status Light illuminates YELLOW. Press the Mode Button a second time while in any mode to exit mode selection without saving any changes. 4. Once in the mode, press the Forward Button or Reverse Button to make adjustments. 5. Press and hold down the Mode Button for three seconds to accept and save changes and exit Operator Modes. (Press and release the Mode button to exit this mode without saving changes. This puts the feeder back to Operator Modes.) Note If no button is pressed within 30 seconds, the feeder automatically exits out of Operator Mode without saving adjustments. Display Pi Reverse Button Mode Button Fig Operator Mode Name Feeder Pitch Adjust Mode Mode Label Pi OPERATOR MODES Description This mode allows the feeder pitch setting to be examined and adjusted (refer to page 1-12). 1-11

17 Feeder Pitch Adjust Mode (Non-loaded Feeder, Errors Present) Align Tape Edge Here Fig Pitch (mm) PARAGON DRIVE ROCHESTER, NY SALES: (716) CUSTOMER SERVICE: (Pocket Web Center) Tape Gauge Width (mm) Patent Pending Part # 410T-049 Rev The Operator Feeder Pitch Adjust Mode allows the feeder pitch to be set even when there is no tape loaded or when errors are present. 1. Identify the pitch of the tape being run using the Hover-Davis [410T- 049] Tape Gauge (refer to Fig. 1-15). 2. Press and hold down the Forward and Reverse Buttons for 3 seconds until Pi is displayed to enter Operator Modes. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when Pi is displayed on the Display to enter Feeder Pitch Adjust Mode (refer to Fig. 1-16). 4. Press the Forward or Reverse Button to change the pitch setting. 5. Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds to accept the changes and exit Operator Mode. (Press and release the Mode Button to exit this mode without saving the changes and put the feeder back to Operator Mode.) Display Pi Reverse Button Mode Button Fig

18 Valid Pitch Settings Caution The following chart shows valid pitch settings for each of the Hover-Davis single lane feeders as allowed by the software. Any pitch setting beyond the tape width may require mechanical application review for compatibility. FEEDER WIDTH VALID PITCH SETTINGS 12 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, , 8, 12, 16, 20, , 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, , 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, , 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, , 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56 'S' (Special) 2, 4-96 in increments of

19 Technician Modes The procedures to enter, navigate, and exit Technician Modes are as follows: 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until FP is displayed to enter Technician Mode. The Status Light illuminates GREEN. 2. Press either the Forward Button or Reverse Button to cycle through the available Technician modes. The order shown in the table is the order of modes when cycling forward. 3. Press and release the Mode Button to enter the desired mode. The Status Light illuminates YELLOW and the Display flashes. Press the Mode Button a second time while in any Technician Mode to exit that mode. 4. Press the Forward Button or Reverse Button, depending on the mode, to activate. 5. Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds until pitch is displayed to exit Technician Mode. Note If no button is pressed within 30 seconds, the feeder automatically exits out of Technician Mode without saving adjustments. Technician Mode Name Mode Label TECHNICIAN MODES Description Display Feeder Firmware This mode displays a two digit code that indicates which df Revision revision of feeder software is installed in the main controller. Offset Setting Mode This mode allows the operator to adjust the pickup position of os the feeder forward and back. Tape Width Settings ts This mode allows the operator to set the feeder width. Feeder Logic This mode controls the communication mode (the feeder logic) FL the feeder uses to receive and send signals. The communication mode must be selected and options configured. Advance Signal Allows the operator to switch from normal advance signal to AS inverted advance signal. Ready Signal Allows the operator to switch from normal ready signal to rs inverted ready signal. This mode controls the feeder advancement speed. Select F Speed Control FS for the feeder to advance at a specific speed. Select S for the feeder to advance at a slower speed (20% slower in 2mm pitch and 40% slower in 4mm pitch). FactoryPickPoint Advance Motor Check Cover Tape Motor Check Tooth Sensor Check Peel Sensor Check FP Ac cd tc PS This mode allows the Factory Pick Point setting to be viewed and changed (refer to page 1-27). This mode allows the advance mechanism drive motor to be driven forward or reverse to test its operation. This mode allows the cover tape drive motor to be driven forward or reverse to test its operation. This mode allows the user to test the drive sprocket Toothplate Sensor. This mode allows the user to test the cover tape Tensioner Sensor. Display Cycle Count dc This mode displays the total cycle count value on the display. Second Technician Level Display Jams dj Displays the number of jams that have occurred. Display Insertions di Displays the number of feeder insertions/power-ups. 1-14

20 Display Firmware Display Firmware shows the Controller Board and Control Panel firmware versions. 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until FP is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse button to cycle through the list of Technician Modes. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when df is displayed on the Display to enter Display Firmware Mode (refer to Fig. 1-27). 4. The Display will toggle between the Controller Board version number and the Control Panel version number using the format of x.xx for the Controller Board version number, and x.x for the Control Panel version number. 5. Press and release the Mode Button to exit this mode and go back to Technician Mode. Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds until pitch is displayed to both exit this mode and exit Technician Mode. Display Forward Button df Reverse Button Mode Button Fig

21 Offset Setting Mode Note The feeder must be advanced once for the new Offset Setting to register. The Offset Setting Mode is used to adjust the pick point position of the feeder. 1. Press and hold down the Forward button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until FP is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse button to cycle through the list of Technician Modes. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when os is displayed on the Display to enter Offset Setting Mode (refer to Fig. 1-28). 4. Press the Forward Button to increase the pick point offset. Press the Reverse Button to decrease the pick point offset. Each offset is equal to Inches. Positive offset values are indicated by a GREEN Status Light. Negative offset values are indicated by a RED Status Light. A YELLOW Status light indicates the feeders currently stored offset setting. 5. Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds to accept the changes and exit Technician Mode. Press and release the Mode Button to exit this mode without saving the changes and put the feeder back to Technician Mode. Display Forward Button os Reverse Button Mode Button Fig

22 Tape Width Setting Mode Use Tape Width Setting Mode to adjust the tape width setting of the feeder. 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until FP is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse button to cycle through the list of Technician Modes. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when ts is displayed on the Display to enter Tape Width Setting Mode (refer to Fig. 1-29). 4. Press the Forward Button to increase tape width setting. Press the Reverse Button to decrease the tape width setting. Valid feeder widths as designated by the software are 12, 16, 24, 32, 44, 56, and 'S'. Set the width to the actual width of the feeder. 5. Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds to accept the changes and exit Technician Mode. Press and release the Mode Button to exit this mode without saving the changes and put the feeder back to Technician Mode. Display ts Forward Button Reverse Button Mode Button Fig

23 Feeder Logic (Communication) Mode Use Feeder Logic mode to set the communication mode and options controlling external signals sent and received by the feeder. 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, Reverse Button, and Mode Button for 3 seconds until df is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse button to cycle through the Technician Mode menu. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when FL is displayed on the Display to enter Feeder Logic Mode (refer to Fig. 1-30). 4. Press the Forward Button and Reverse Button to select which communication mode to use. The options are as follows: 232: Serial communication LC1: PLC communication, for all single lane feeders ( PULSES SHOULD BE OVER 100 MILLISECONDS) 5. Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds to accept the changes and exit Technician Mode. OR 6. Press and release the Mode Button to exit this mode without saving the changes and put the feeder back to Technician Mode. Display Forward Button FL Reverse Button Mode Button Fig

24 Advance Signal Use Advance Signal to set the feeder for normal or inverted advance signal. 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until df is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse buttons to cycle through the Technician Mode menu. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when 'AS' is displayed to enter Advance Signal (refer to Fig. 1-30a). 3. Select 0 (status light green) for normal advance signal or 1 (status light red) for inverted advance signal. This is the polarity of the pulse on which the feeder will advance. When set to normal advance ( 0 ), the feeder advances on a zero signal and does not advance on a one signal. When set to inverted mode ( 1 ), the feeder advances on a 1 signal and does not advance on a zero signal. Forward Button Display Status LED Reverse Button AS Mode Button Lane Select Button Fig. 1-30a 1-19

25 Ready Signal Use Ready Signal to set the feeder for normal or inverted ready signal. 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until df is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse buttons to cycle through the Technician Mode menu. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when 'rs' is displayed to enter Ready Signal (refer to Fig. 1-30b). 3. Select 0 (status light green) for normal ready signal or 1 (status light red) for inverted ready signal. This is the polarity of the pulse on which the feeder will be ready to be picked. When set to normal ready signal ( 0 ), the feeder readyon a zero signal and not ready on a one signal. When set to inverted mode ( 1 ), the feeder ready to be picked on a 1 signal and not ready on a zero signal. Forward Button Display Status LED Reverse Button rs Mode Button Lane Select Button Fig. 1-30b 1-20

26 Speed Control Use Speed Control to change the feeder advancement speed. 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until df is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse buttons to cycle through the Technician Mode menu. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when 'FS' is displayed to enter Speed Control (refer to Fig. 1-31). 3. Select 'F' for the feeder to advance at a specific speed. Select 'S' for the feeder to advance at a slower speed (20% slower in 2mm pitch and 40% slower in 4mm pitch). Display Forward Button FS Reverse Button Mode Button Fig

27 Factory Pick Point Adjust Mode Caution This adjustment is performed at the factory and should not normally require modification. This procedure should only be used when using a Calibration Station to verify or set a default Pick Point after feeder disassembly. For making pick point adjustments to set a custom pick point, use Offset Mode as described herein. The following procedure allows the technician to adjust the feeder's Factory Pick Point location. 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until FP is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse button to cycle through the list of Technician Modes. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when FP is displayed on the Display to enter Factory Pick Point Adjust Mode (refer to Fig. 1-32). 4. Press the Forward Button to increase the pick point. Press the Reverse Button to decrease the pick point. Each offset is equal to Inches. Positive values are indicated by a GREEN Status Light. Negative values are indicated by a RED Status Light. A YELLOW Status light indicates the feeder's currently stored pick point setting. Valid ranges are from 0 to Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds to accept the changes and exit Technician Mode. Press and release the Mode Button to exit this mode without saving the changes and put the feeder back to Technician Mode. Display Forward Button FP Reverse Button Mode Button Fig

28 Advance Motor Check Use the Advance Motor Check Mode to test the status of the Advance Motor. 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until FP is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse button to cycle through the list of Technician Modes. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when Ac is displayed on the Display to enter Advance Motor Check (refer to Fig. 1-33). 4. Press and hold the Forward Button to run the Advance Motor in the forward direction. Press and hold the Reverse Button to run the Advance Motor in the reverse direction. 5. Press and release the Mode Button to exit this mode and go back to Technician Mode. Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds until pitch is displayed to both exit this mode and exit Technician Mode. Display Forward Button Ac Reverse Button Mode Button Fig

29 Cover Tape Motor Check Use the Cover Tape Motor Check Mode to test the status of the Cover Tape Motor. 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until FP is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse button to cycle through the list of Technician Modes. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when cd is displayed on the Display to enter Cover Tape Motor Check (refer to Fig. 1-34). 4. Press and hold the Forward Button to run the Cover Tape Motor in the forward direction. Press and hold the Reverse Button to run the Cover Tape Motor in the reverse direction. 5. Press and release the Mode Button to exit this mode and go back to Technician Mode. Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds until pitch is displayed to both exit this mode and exit Technician Mode. Display Forward Button cd Reverse Button Mode Button Fig a

30 Tooth Sensor Check The Tooth Sensor Check mode allows the operator to check the status of the Toothplate Sensor. 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until FP is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse button to cycle through the list of Technician Modes. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when tc is displayed on the Display to enter Tooth Sensor Check. As the tooth plate is rotated, the sensor status changes, and the display segments change to reflect current sensor status. To indicate a blocked sensor optical window, a display segment turns on. An unblocked sensor causes the segment to turn off (refer to Fig. 1-35). Blank Display = Both sensors open or unblocked Upper Segment ON = Top sensor blocked Lower Segment ON = Bottom sensor blocked Both Segments ON = Both sensors blocked 4. Press the Forward Button to move the Advance motor slowly in the forward direction. Press the Reverse Button to move the Advance motor slowly in the reverse direction. 5. Press and release the Mode Button to exit this mode and go back to Technician Mode. Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds until pitch is displayed to both exit this mode and exit Technician Mode. Display Forward Button tc Reverse Button Mode Button Fig b

31 Peel Sensor Check The Peel Sensor Check mode allows the operator to check the status of the Peel Sensor. 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until FP is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse button to cycle through the list of Technician Modes. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when PS is displayed on the Display to enter Peel Sensor Check (refer to Fig. 1-36). 4. Press down and release the Cover Tape Tensioner. Each time the Tensioner passes between the Peel Sensor optical window, the sensor status changes as indicated by the display segments. To indicate a blocked sensor. a display segment is turned on. An unblocked sensor causes the segment to turn off. When the tensioner is fully up (no tension), the upper segment turns on. When the tensioner is all the way down, the lower segment turns on. When the tensioner is properly tensioned (centered), both segments are off. 5. Press and release the Mode Button to exit this mode and go back to Technician Mode. Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds until pitch is displayed to both exit this mode and exit Technician Mode. Display Forward Button PS Reverse Button Mode Button Fig c

32 Display Cycle Count Display Cycle Count shows the feeder's total cycle count (the number of advances it has performed). 1. Press and hold down the Forward Button, the Reverse Button, and the Mode Button for 3 seconds until FP is displayed to enter Technician Mode. 2. Press either the Forward or Reverse button to cycle through the list of Technician Modes. 3. Press and release the Mode Button when dc is displayed on the Display to enter Display Cycle Count Mode (refer to Fig. 1-37). 4. The Display shows the number of advances the feeder has performed. 5. Press and release the Mode Button to exit this mode and go back to Technician Mode. Press and hold down the Mode Button for 3 seconds until pitch is displayed to both exit this mode and exit Technician Mode. Note To show cycle counts larger than the Display can accommodate, the feeder starts by displaying the first 2 significant digits, then the next 2 significant digits from left to right, proceeding until the entire number has been displayed. The last significant digit has a period (. ) placed to the right of it indicating it is the last digit. The display continues to repeat the value as long as the mode is active. Forward Button dc Display Reverse Button Mode Button Fig d

33 Error Messages Error Message Description of Error Operator Action Needed ce ct feeder pitch cj rf J Cover tape error, most likely caused by A) Excessive tape peel force. B) Broken or weak cover tape tensioner arm spring. The Status Light will be flashing RED. Cover tear, most likely caused by the Cover Tape breaking or the feeder losing the tension on the Cover Tape. The Status Light will be flashing RED. Cover tear upon power up. Display shows current feeder pitch and occurs only on feeder power up. The Status Light will be solid RED. Cover Tape jam on reverse move, which is most likely caused by Cover Tape being stuck in the Reservoir, or the Reservoir Idler and Drive Wheel. The Reservoir is full. The display will show rf, and the Status Light will be flashing RED. Jam condition which causes the feeder to stop advancing components. The Status Light will be flashing RED. A) Use only EIA compliant components. B) Replace spring. Press any button to clear error message. Re-thread the Cover Tape into the Cover Tape Reservoir Dispensor. Hold down the Mode Button to re-tension the cover tape and clear the error. Press Mode Button to turn on cover motor, and the error will clear when the Cover Tape Tensioner arm is brought down. Check for Cover Tape jam in the Reservoir or in the Peel Wheel. Press any button to clear the error. Empty Cover Tape Reservoir, then press Mode Button to retension the Cover Tape and clear the error message. Clear the jam, then inspect feeder for loose components, bound up supply reels, obstructed carrier exit, or obstructed tape path. Press any button to clear error message. 1-24

34 Raw Material Data ( US & China ) Raw Material Data ( US ) Hazardous Substances or Elements Commodity Name Lead (Pb) Mercury (Hg) Cadmium (Cd) Chromium VI Compounds (Cr 6+ ) Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB) Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE) Chemicals X O O X X X Wiring/Associated X O O O O O Components Metal X O X X O O Printed Circuit Boards X O O O O O Hardware X O O X O O Electrical Components (Purchased) X O O O O O O: this component does not contain this hazardous substance above the maximum concentration values in homogeneous materials specified in the SJ/Txxxx-xxxx Industry Standard. X: this component does contain this hazardous substance above the maximum concentration values in homogeneous materials specified in the SJ/Txxxx-xxxx Industry Standard (Company can explain the technical reasons for the "X"). Raw Material Data ( China ) ÓÐ ¾Óк Î ïöê» òôªë Ø ² ¼þà û³ Æ Ç ( Pb) ¹ ( Hg) ï Ó( Cd) Á ù¼û õ( Cr 6+ ) àä åá ª± ½(PBB)» Ñ Î ïö Ê X O O X X Ï ßÀ¼ Á ½ÓÔª¼ þ X O O O O ½ðÊ ô X O X X O ËÜÁÏ» ò¾ûö O O O O O Ó Ë μ çâ å X O O O O Î å½ð¼ þ X O O X O μ çæøôª¼þ(¹ ºÂò) X O O O O ü - Ä ¾Ö Ê O O O O O ü - Ö ½Ö Ê O O O O O O: ± íê¾ ÃÓÐ ¾Óк Î ïöêôú ò ¼þËùÓоùÖʲ ÄÁÏÖÐμ ĺ Á ¾ùÔ ÚSJ/ Txxxx- xxxx± ê ¼¹ æ μ ÄÏ ÞÁ ÒªÇóÒÔÏ Â. X: ± íê ¾ ÃÓÐ ¾Óк Î ïöêöáéùôú ò ¼þμ ijһ¾ùÖʲ ÄÁÏÖÐμ ĺ Á ³ ³ ösj/ Txxxx- xxxx± ê ¼¹ æ μ ÄÏ ÞÁ ÒªÇó. ( ÆóÒμ ÉÔÚ Ë, ù¾ýêμ¼êçé "X".μ ļ¼ÊõÔÒò½øÐнøÒ»² ½ËμÃ.) 1-25

35 Chapter Two Recommended Spare Parts 2

36 Recommended Spare Parts Part Description Part Identification Suggested Quantities per every 10 to 20 Feeders Controller Kit SA02-SP-02 1 Slot Sensor 0878A Flex Cable Slot Sensor 0878C mm Drive Airpax Motor 0871C Reservoir Drive Motor 0871A I/O Cable 0878A Control Panel 0871A Peel Arm Sensor Board 0878A Peel Arm Torsion Spring 0871C Reservoir Spur Bevel 0871A mm Tape Window 0875A mm Tape Window 0876A Hardware Part Identification Suggested Quantities per every 10 to 20 Feeders Phillips Flat Head, 3 x 8 M03 X 08 - PFH Torx Flat Head, 2.5 X 8 Torx Flat Head, 2.5 X 5 Socket Flat Head, 4 X 8 Socket Flat Head, 4 X 16 M03 - HEXFLANGENUT Socket Head Cap, 2.5 x 5 Socket Head Cap, 2.5 x 6 Lock Washer, 2.5 Flat Washer, 2.5 Socket Head Cap, 2.5 x 8 Retaining Ring External,.1250 Phillips Flat Head, 2.5 x 6 M025 X 08 - TFHS M025 X 05 - TFHS M04 X 08 - SFHS M04 X 16 - SFHS 3 - HEXFLANGENUT M025 X 05 - SHCS M025 X 06 - SHCS M025 - LW M025 - FW M025 X 08 - SHCS ERRING - E M025 X 06 - PFH Minimum Packaged Quantities of 50, 100, etc. For technical information or assistance with the identification of Spare Parts, please call the Hover-Davis Customer Support Center, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Eastern Standard Time at:

37 Chapter Three SA Series 44mm Single Lane Feeder 3

38 14 SA Series 44mm

39 ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A-0001 SHOE, TOP C-0007 FLEX CABLE MAIN C-0008 FLEX CABLE SLOT SENSOR A-0312 SSF/SA SLOT SENSOR PCA ROHS A-0004 RESERVOIR LOWER WALL C-0250 RESERVOIR COVER A-0012 RESERVOIR DOOR A-0005 RESERVOIR UPPER WALL C-0218 RES FLOOR C-0026 PEEL ARM PIVOT SHAFT C MM SPRING POST C-0027 RES IDLER MOUNT SHAFT C-0072 IDLER TORSION SPRING A-0019 PEEL IDLER C MM DRIVE MOTOR C-0067 IDLER PIVOT SPACER C-0036 PEEL DRIVE WHEEL SHAFT A-0016 RESERVOIR DRIVE WHEEL ASSY C-0066 WINDOW LATCH SPACER A-0018 TAPE INPUT GUIDE ASSY A-0006 OUTSIDE PLATE DWD A-0007 WINDOW LATCH ASSY C-0047 RES CAPTURE SCREW C-0048 RES COVER SCREW C-0049 RES DRIVE WHEEL COVER SA Series 44mm ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A-0304 PCA SSF SL PEEL ARM SENSORs ROHS A-0009 PEEL ARM ASSY C-0056 PEEL ARM BUSHING C-0062 PEEL ARM TORSION SPRING A-0305 MAIN CONTROLLER C-0058 JACKSHAFT A-0010 INTERMEDIATE GEAR ASSY C-0096 INSIDE TAPE GUIDE C-0057 LOWER TAPE PATH GUIDE DWD C-0060 FRONT COVER DWD A-0013 DWD HUB A-0008 DWD TAPE WINDOW ASSY A-0514 CONTROL PANEL A-0017 RES. DRIVE MOUNT ASSY C-0055 RESERVOIR MOTOR SHROUD A-0090 RES SPUR BEVEL C-0053 PEEL ARM STOP C-0233 IO CABLE CLAMP C-0097 OUTSIDE TAPE GUIDE A-0541 CABLE FEEDER C-0059 SERIAL & BOX LABEL (3- PIECE) C-0157 COGISCAL ID LABEL C-0290 CHINA ROHS LABEL C-181 CLIP - WIRE 50 9 M025-LW LOCK WASHER, C-065 SENSOR MOUNT 52 5 M025-FW FLAT WASHER, ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION ERRING-E RETAINING RING, EXTERNAL 54 2 M03X08-PFH PHILLIPS FLAT HEAD, 3 X M025X05-TFHS TORX FLAT HEAD, 2.5 X M025X08-TFHS TORX FLAT HEAD, 2.5 X M04X08-SFHS SOCKET FLAT HEAD, 4 X M025X05-SHCS SOCKET HEAD CAP, 2.5 X M025X06-SHCS SOCKET HEAD CAP, 2.5 X M025X10-SHCS SOCKET HEAD CAP, 2.5 X M04X06-SFHS SOCKET FLAT HEAD, 4 X M025X04-TFHS TORX FLAT HEAD, 2.5 X M03- HEXFLANGENUT HEXFLANGENUT, M04X20-SFHS SOCKET FLAT HEAD, 4 X 20

40 mm Shoe, Top ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A-0002 SHOE C-0063 STEEL PLATE M06X12-SHCSSLH SPECIAL LOW HEAD, 6 X C-185 SAFETY LABEL

41 0875A-0008 DWDTape Window Assembly ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION C-0021 TAPE WINDOW DWD C-0043 WINDOW MOUNT C-0245 WINDOW LATCH CATCH 4 5 M025X05-TFHS TORX FLAT HEAD, 2.5 X

42 0875A-0018 Tape Input Guide Assembly ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION C-0032 TAPE INPUT GUIDE C-0091 TAPE INPUT GUIDE MOUNT 3 2 M03X08-PFH-SS PHILLIPS FLAT HEAD, SS, 3 X C-0092 PITCH ASSIST LABEL

43 0875A-0019 Peel Idler ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION C-0228 IDLER PIVOT BLOCK C-137 IDLER ALIGNMENT POST C-0029 IDLER WHEEL SHAFT C-0030 IDLER PIVOT BRACKET C-0031 PEEL IDLER WHEEL C-0098 GROUNDING SPRING

44 Chapter Four SA Series 56mm Single Lane Feeder 4

45 14 SA Series 56mm

46 ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A-0001 SHOE, TOP C-0007 FLEX CABLE MAIN C-0008 FLEX CABLE SLOT SENSOR A-0312 SSF/SA SLOT SENSOR PCA ROHS A-0004 RESERVOIR LOWER WALL C-0250 RESERVOIR COVER A-0012 RESERVOIR DOOR A-0005 RESERVOIR UPPER WALL C-0218 RES FLOOR C-0026 PEEL ARM PIVOT SHAFT C MM SPRING POST C-0027 RES IDLER MOUNT SHAFT C-0072 IDLER TORSION SPRING A-0019 PEEL IDLER C MM DRIVE MOTOR C-0067 IDLER PIVOT SPACER C-0036 PEEL DRIVE WHEEL SHAFT A-0016 RESERVOIR DRIVE WHEEL ASSY C-0066 WINDOW LATCH SPACER A-0018 TAPE INPUT GUIDE ASSY A-0006 OUTSIDE PLATE DWD A-0007 WINDOW LATCH ASSY C-0047 RES CAPTURE SCREW C-0048 RES COVER SCREW C-0049 RES DRIVE WHEEL COVER A-0304 PCA SSF SL PEEL ARM SENSORs ROHS A-0009 PEEL ARM ASSY C-0056 PEEL ARM BUSHING C-0062 PEEL ARM TORSION SPRING SA Series 56mm ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A-0305 MAIN CONTROLLER C-0058 JACKSHAFT A-0010 INTERMEDIATE GEAR ASSY C-0096 INSIDE TAPE GUIDE C-0057 LOWER TAPE PATH GUIDE DWD C-0060 FRONT COVER DWD A-0013 DWD HUB A-0008 DWD TAPE WINDOW ASSY A-0514 CONTROL PANEL A-0017 RES. DRIVE MOUNT ASSY C-0055 RESERVOIR MOTOR SHROUD A-0090 RES SPUR BEVEL C-0053 PEEL ARM STOP C-0233 IO CABLE CLAMP C-0097 OUTSIDE TAPE GUIDE A-0541 CABLE FEEDER C-0059 SERIAL & BOX LABEL (3-PIECE) C-0157 COGISCAL ID LABEL C-0290 CHINA ROHS LABEL C-181 CLIP - WIRE 50 9 M025-LW LOCK WASHER, C-065 SENSOR MOUNT 52 5 M025-FW FLAT WASHER, ERRING- E RETAINING RING, EXTERNAL 54 2 M03X08-PFH PHILLIPS FLAT HEAD, 3 X M025X05-TFHS TORX FLAT HEAD, 2.5 X M025X08-TFHS TORX FLAT HEAD, 2.5 X M04X08-SFHS SOCKET FLAT HEAD, 4 X ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION M025X05- SHCS SOCKET HEAD CAP, 2.5 X M025X06- SHCS SOCKET HEAD CAP, 2.5 X M025X10- SHCS SOCKET HEAD CAP, 2.5 X M04X06-SFHS SOCKET FLAT HEAD, 4 X M025X04-TFHS TORX FLAT HEAD, 2.5 X M03- HEXFLANGEN HEXFLANGENUT, 3 UT 64 1 M04X25-SFHS SOCKET FLAT HEAD, 4 X 25

47 mm Shoe, Top ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A-0002 SHOE C-0063 STEEL PLATE M06X12-SHCSSLH SPECIAL LOW HEAD, 6 X C-185 SAFETY LABEL

48 0876A-0008 DWD Tape Window Assembly ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A-0021 TAPE WINDOW DWD C-0043 WINDOW MOUNT C-0245 WINDOW LATCH CATCH 4 5 M025X05-TFHS TORX FLAT HEAD, 2.5 X

49 0876A-0018 Tape Input Guide Assembly ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION C-0032 TAPE INPUT GUIDE C-0091 TAPE INPUT GUIDE MOUNT 3 2 M03X08-PFH-SS PHILLIPS FLAT HEAD, SS, 3 X C-0092 PITCH ASSIST LABEL

50 0876A-0019 Peel Idler ITEM NO. QTY. PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION C-0228 IDLER PIVOT BLOCK C-137 IDLER ALIGNMENT POST C-0029 IDLER WHEEL SHAFT C-0030 IDLER PIVOT BRACKET C-0031 PEEL IDLER WHEEL C-0098 GROUNDING SPRING

51 Chapter Five Repair and Maintenance 5

52 Preventive Maintenance Part Description Suggested Interval Cycles (Millions) Time Period Description Peel Arm Assembly 1.3 Monthly Clean Adhesive buildup from Peel Arm. Tape Window 1.3 Monthly Tape Guide Deck 1.3 Monthly Peel & Idler Rollers 2.6 Bimonthly Clean adhesive buildup from Peel Edge. Clean away debris from Tape Guide Deck surface. Inspect and clean away any debris from Reservoir Drive and Idler Rollers. Toothplate & Jackshaft 2.6 Bimonthly Inspect and clean away any debris from the Toothplate and Jackshaft Gear. Verify feeder calibration following service. Reservoir 2.6 Bimonthly Clean adhesive buildup and debris from inside the Reservoir and Cover. Suggested Intervals based on 3.1 hours of feeder operation per day or 1055 hours per year under normal operating conditions or on a pick and place machine with media that is within EIA standard specifications. Refer to Fig. 5-1 for component identification. 5-1

53 Window Latch Tape Window Peel Arm Sensor Peel Arm Assembly Reservoir Drive Mount Assembly Reservoir Drive Roller Peel Idler Control Panel Tape Guide Deck Slot Sensor Toothplate Jackshaft Controller 44mm Drive Motor Reservoir Door Tape Input Guide I/O Cable Reservoir Cover Outside Plate DWD Fig

54 Part Replacement - Outside Plate DWD 1. Remove (13) M2.5 x 8 Torx Flat Head Screws and (2) M04 x 08-SFHS. securing the Outside Plate DWD. 2. Remove the Outside Plate DWD. 3. Reverse Step 2 through Step 1 to replace the Outside Plate DWD. Be very careful not to pinch any wires when replacing the Outside Plate DWD. Caution When replacing the Outside Plate DWD, double check to make sure no wires are pinched before inserting and tightening the mounting screws. (2) M04 x 08-SFHS Outside Plate DWD (13) M025 x 12 - TFHS Fig

55 Part Replacement - I/O Cable 1. Remove the Outside Plate DWD (refer to "Part Replacement - Outside Plate DWD"). 2. Unplug the I/O Cable from its connector on the Controller. DO NOT pull on the cable wires to remove the cable end from the connector. 3. Remove (2) M3 x 8 Phillips Flat Head Screws securing the I/O Cable Clamp to the Lower Tape Path Guide and remove the I/O Cable Clamp. 4. Reverse Step 3 through Step 1 to replace the I/O Cable. Make sure the cable end is oriented properly before attempting to insert it into the connector on the Controller. I/O Cable I/O Cable Clamp (2) M03X08-PFH Fig

56 Part Replacement - 44mm Drive Motor 1. Remove the Outside Plate DWD (refer to "Part Replacement - Outside Plate DWD"). 2. Disconnect the Drive Motor Cable from the connector on the Controller. DO NOT pull on the cable wires to remove the cable end from the connector. 3. Remove the (2) M2.5 x 5 Socket Head Cap Screws and (2) M2.5 Lock Washers that secure the drive motor. 4. Remove the drive motor by sliding the motor out from under the Jackshaft Gear. 5. Reverse Step 4 through Step 1 to install or replace the drive motor. Make sure the motor is located so the mounting holes are over the two rims provided and the wires exit at the top of the motor. Also, make sure the motor drive gear is properly meshed with the Jackshaft Gear. When inserting the cable end in its connector, make sure it is oriented properly. Jackshaft Gear 44mm Drive Motor (2) M025-LW (2) M025X05-SHCS Fig

57 Part Replacement - Controller Board Drive Motor Cable Main Flex Cable Slot Sensor Flex Cable I/O Cable Fig Remove the Outside Plate DWD (refer to "Part Replacement - Outside Plate DWD"). 2. Disconnect the I/O Cable and Drive Motor Cable from their respective connectors on the Controller Board. DO NOT pull on the cable wires to remove the cable end from the connector. 3. Carefully pull out the lock on the connectors for the Main Flex Cable and Slot Sensor Flex Cable and remove the flex cables from the connectors. 4. Remove the (3) M2.5 x 5 Socket Head Cap Screws securing the Controller and remove the controller. Controller (3) M025X05-SHCS Fig

58 5. Position the new Controller on the base plate and secure with the (3) M2.5 x 5 Socket Head Cap Screws removed in Step Tilt up slightly on the connector lock for the Slot Sensor Flex Cable and insert the cable as far as it will go into the connector without bending the cable end. Close the lock to secure the flex cable. 7. Repeat Step 6 for the Main Flex Cable. 8. Insert the Motor Cable and I/O Cable into their respective connectors. Make sure the cable ends are properly aligned to the connectors. 9. Replace the Outside Plate DWD (refer to "Part Replacement - Outside Plate DWD"). 5-7

59 Part Replacement - Control Panel M025X06-SHCS Control Panel M025X08-TFS Fig Remove (1) M2.5 x 6 Socket Head Cap Screw from the back of the Control Panel. 2. Remove (1) M2.5 x 8 Torx Flat Head Screw from the front of the Control Panel. 3. Tip the Control Panel on its side being very careful not to damage the Main Flex Cable attached to it (refer to Fig. 5-8). 4. Carefully pull out the lock on the connector for the Main Flex Cable and remove the flex cable from the connector. 5. On the replacement Control Panel, carefully pull out the lock for the flex cable connector. Tilt up slightly on the connector lock and insert the cable as far as it will go into the connector without bending the cable end. Close the lock to secure the flex cable. 6. Reverse Step 3 through Step 1 to complete the replacement of the Control Panel. Fig

60 Part Replacement - Slot Sensor The feeder has two sensor boards. The Slot Sensor detects the position of the Toothplate. Caution The feeder must be calibrated any time the Slot Sensor is loosened, moved, or replaced. DWD Tape Window Assembly (2) M025 x 04-TFHS DWD Front Cover M025-FW M025-LW M025 x 05-SHCS Fig Remove the Outside Plate DWD (refer to "Part Replacement - Outside Plate DWD"). 2. Pull back on the Window Latch to release the DWD Tape Window Assembly and remove the DWD Tape Window Assembly. 3. Remove (2) M2.5 x 4 Torx Flat Head Screws from the top of the DWD Front Cover. 4. Remove the M2.5 x 5 Socket head Cap Screw, M2.5 Lock Washer, and M2.5 Flat Washer still securing the DWD Front Cover and remove the DWD Front Cover. 5. Remove the M2.5 x 5 Socket Head Cap Screw securing the Sensor Bias Clamp and Remove the Sensor Bias Clamp (refer to Fig. 5-10). 6. Carefully move the Slot Sensor out of its position around the Toothplate to gain access to the flex cable connector. Be careful not to pull hard enough to damage the cable. 5-9

61 Slot Sensor Sensor Bias Clamp (1) M025X05-SHCS Fig Carefully pull out the lock on the connector for the Slot Sensor Flex Cable and remove the flex cable from the connector. 8. Carefully pull out the lock for the Slot Sensor Flex Cable connector on the new Slot Sensor Board. Tilt up slightly on the connector lock and insert the cable as far as it will go into the connector without bending the cable end. Close the lock to secure the flex cable. 9. Locate the Slot Sensor around the Toothplate and place the Sensor Bias Clamp over the Slot Sensor Board. Make sure the Slot Sensor is biased up towards the Tape Guide Deck with the Toothplate inside the Slot Sensor channel 10. Replace and tighten the M2.5 x 5 Socket Head Cap Screw to secure the Sensor Bias Clamp and Slot Sensor Board. 11. Reverse Step 4 through Step 1 to complete the reassembly. 12. Calibrate the feeder. 5-10

62 Part Replacement - Peel Arm Sensor The feeder has two sensor boards. The Peel Arm Sensor detects the position of the Peel Arm Flag which is an indicator for the cover Tape tension. 1. Remove the Outside Plate DWD (refer to "Part Replacement - Outside Plate DWD"). Peel Arm Assembly Peel Arm Stop Fig Warning The Peel Arm is under spring pressure. When removing the Peel Arm Stop, be careful to keep the Peel Arm under control until it has been fully released from the spring pressure. Allowing the Peel Arm to fly up could potentially result in personal injury 2. While holding down the Peel Arm Assembly, remove the Peel Arm Stop. Slowly allow the Peel Arm to raise until it is no longer under spring pressure. (2) M025X08-TFHS Fig

63 Peel Arm Sensor Board (2) M025 x 05-SHCS Fig Remove the (2) M2.5 x 8 Torx Flat Head Screws securing the Reservoir Motor Shroud to the Reservoir Drive Wheel Cover (refer to Fig. 5-12). 4. While lifting up slightly on the Reservoir Motor Shroud, unplug the Reservoir Drive Mount Assembly from the Peel Arm Sensor Board. DO NOT pull on the cable wires to remove the cable end from the connector. 5. Carefully pull out the lock on the connector for the Main Flex Cable and remove the flex cable from the connector. 6. Remove the (2) M2.5 x 5 Socket Head Cap Screws securing the Peel Arm Sensor Board and remove the Peel Arm Sensor Board. 7. Position the new Peel Arm Sensor and secure with the (2) M2.5 x 5 Socket Head Cap Screws removed in Step Carefully pull out the lock for the Main Flex Cable connector. Tilt up slightly on the connector lock and insert the cable as far as it will go into the connector without bending the cable end. Close the lock to secure the flex cable. 9. Insert the Motor Mount Cable into its connector. Make sure the cable end is properly aligned to the connector. 10. Reverse Step 3 through Step 1 to complete the reassembly. 5-12