Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

AMF 82-30 Chassis questions??

Collapse

Adsense Classic 1

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • TPfunder
    started a topic AMF 82-30 Chassis questions??

    AMF 82-30 Chassis questions??

    I am new to this forum, And new to bowling world. I volunteered to help out at my local Elks club in Portland Oregon.
    We have 8 bowling lanes AMF 82-30 Pinspotter. We have modified chassis (from what I have learned so far). The chassis have a Mitsubishi FX1S PLC controlling the chassis.

    Has anyone seen this before?
    I would like to find schematics of a PLC controlled chassis? Inputs and outputs??
    What do the switches, labeled B, S, T?? B=elevator S=Sweep T=Table ??

    Thanks in advance.

  • TPfunder
    replied
    Thanks for the manuals.. Much appreciated.

    Leave a comment:


  • exMech
    replied
    Where are you finding the labels. Are these on the switches themselves or on the PLC? Just don't want to jump to conclusions.

    Here are a couple links to 8230 manuals. You can find switch identification in these. Post back if these don't answer your question or if you need more help. There are a few other posts on here about this type of setup. Sounds interesting.

    http://joebullisproshop.com/Manuals/8230Electrical.pdf

    http://www.bowltech.com/forum/pinset...751#post321751

    Leave a comment:


  • Toomany10pins
    replied
    Originally posted by TPfunder View Post
    I am new to this forum, And new to bowling world. I volunteered to help out at my local Elks club in Portland Oregon.
    We have 8 bowling lanes AMF 82-30 Pinspotter. We have modified chassis (from what I have learned so far). The chassis have a Mitsubishi FX1S PLC controlling the chassis.

    Has anyone seen this before?
    I would like to find schematics of a PLC controlled chassis? Inputs and outputs??
    What do the switches, labeled B, S, T?? B=elevator S=Sweep T=Table ??

    Thanks in advance.
    I’ve only worked on 82-70’s I’m assuming B = Backend (it’s P for Pit on a 82-70) S = Sweep and T = Table, I’m assuming those switches turn off and on the motors related to those assembly’s.

    Leave a comment:

Adsense Classic 2

Collapse

Related Topics

Collapse

 

Detector Rod Adjustment

I am currently doing my first detector rod adjustment. The first thing the book tells you to do is adjust the gap between the oor controller and the blocking surface on the detector...
 

The New Brunswick NXT

Best Pinsetter on the market today
 

Distributor Repair Kit

Has anyone installed a dist. repair kit ? Wanted to know if its a fix to the problem or just a brunswick brand Band-Aid....
 

Preventative Maintenance - Brunswick A, Jets, A2 - Wiring Problems

Had to do a service call at a friend's center as he was out of town. Seems Accelerator on 5 & 6 had quit. Breaker, (which fed 3 pairs), had not tripped, ohm check on motor...
 

Preventative Maintenance - A Jets A2 - Pinsetter Procedures

Over the years I've compiled info in a 3-ring binder for quick reference. I decided to add a bunch to it and make one for a few of my friends including the rear-wall house. ...
Working...
X