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documentation for racks and backplanes
#1
I need to make schematics and drawings of a system with 26 small motors. I have been given a quote for DeltaTau and Copley equipment to accomplish this but am not finding documentation for some of the Delta Tau equipment. Can someone point me to manuals/drawings for the following?

300-603490-10x
Delta Tau
AMP-4-1-BP, Analog Amplifier Single Backplane Board.

3-2932A-01-2100-B000
Delta Tau
ACC-D3, 21-slot 3U rack. 17.00"Wide x 8.75" Deep X
5.20"High (BLACK plates)

5-4269-00-1821-B0100
Delta Tau
Integrated UMAC Rack w/18-Slot Backplane, 21 slot
rack & power supply, Black Plates


Thanks!
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#2
Hi Kit,

Manuals are online at http://www.deltatau.com/Manuals/default.aspx

The AMP-4 manual is under Amplifiers / 3U Amplifiers.
The ACC-E1 (power supply) is under Control Systems / UMAC Turbo / Turbo PMAC2 UMAC CPU / Accessories.

Small typo, that is an ACC-P3 (not D3).
Please email drawing requests to Cat Foster at catf@deltatau.com.
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#3
Also note the following manual on our WEB-site has backplane and rack dimensions:
http://www.deltatau.com/manuals/pdfs/UMA...9242952325
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#4
Hi, I am working with a PowerBrickLV-System and need to do some Drawings with drill holes matching them on the PowerBrickLV case. Is there a technical drawing that includes them?
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#5
Mounting information and drawing can be found in the Power Brick LV manual.
http://forums.deltatau.com/filedepot/dow...Manual.pdf

The section starts on page 22 with the CAD drawing on page 24.
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(06-14-2019, 09:24 AM)Eric Hotchkiss Wrote: Mounting information and drawing can be found in the Power Brick LV manual.
http://forums.deltatau.com/filedepot/dow...Manual.pdf

The section starts on page 22 with the CAD drawing on page 24.

Hi Eric, thank you for your tip, I know these drawings. What I am looking for is a drawing which defines the positions of the screws on the casing.
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#7
Hannsx,

If you're referring to the holes in the casing for mounting screws, the drawing in the top left of the page Eric referred to shows just that:


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(06-17-2019, 09:05 AM)AAnikstein Wrote: Hannsx,

If you're referring to the holes in the casing for mounting screws, the drawing in the top left of the page Eric referred to shows just that:

Hi AAnikstein, I am referring to the screws holding the case together, not the holes for the mounting screws.
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#9
Hannsx,

Can you email me at Alex dot Anikstein at Omron dot Com? I'm curious as to why you need this drawing, and I'd rather send it via email than posting it here, anyways.
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