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ASD-TB1-SIM9 Document Number 59707-000
ASD-TB1-SIM9 Installation Procedure
The ASD-TB1-SIM9 is used to demonstrate the many powerful features of the 9-Series ASDs and may be
used with any of the 9-Series ASDs.
The ASD-TB1-SIM9 was developed to emulate the input/output control signals of the 9-Series ASDs.
The simulated input signals of the ASD-TB1-SIM9 are provided via switches and pots.
The switches simulate discrete input signals, such as relays and contactors — the pots simulate analog
inputs, which may be voltage or current. The ASD-TB1-SIM9 uses LEDs to provide the status of the AM,
FM, OUT1, OUT2, and Fault signals.
The ASD-TB1-SIM9 connects to the Control Board and is installed using same slide-in method as the
Terminal Board that is normally used with the 9-Series ASD.
This procedure is to be performed by Qualified Personnel ONLY. See the Installation and
Operation Manual of the ASD being used for the complete description of the discrete and
analog operational applicables, and ASD safety precautions and requirements.
Ensure that the 3-phase input power to the ASD is off and that the circuit is properly
locked out and tagged out as per your local, regional, and/or state regulatory agency.
Failure to do so may result in equipment damage, injury, or death.
To prevent electrical shock, ensure that the front cover of the 9-Series ASD has been
secured before applying power to the unit.
1. Open the front door of the 9-Series ASD and remove the lower front cover.
2. Loosen the Torx
screw at the upper-right side of the Terminal Board.
3. Remove the factory-installed Terminal Board from the 9-Series ASD.
4. Insert the ASD-TB1-SIM9 into the 9-Series ASD. Ensure that the male S106 connector of the ASD-
TB1-SIM9 seats securely into the female connector of the 9-Series ASD Control Board.
5. Secure the ASD-TB1-SIM9 using the Torx
screw in the upper-right side of the ASD-TB1-SIM9.
6. The Torx
screw in the upper-right side of the ASD-
TB1-SIM9 does not require much torque to secure
the ASD-TB1-SIM9 into the 9-Series ASD. Once
screw begins to resist turning, less than ½
of a turn is required to tighten securely.
7. Replace the lower front cover and close the door of
the 9-Series ASD.
Figure 1. ASD-TB1-SIM9 PCB.