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Application Information Bulletin No.

16H

Typical Wiring Diagram When Using A Cummins Digital ILS Unit and a Cummins
Panel Mounted Controller and EFC Fuel Valve

Cummins Digital Isochronous Load Sharing


Control

The Cummins Digital Isochronous Load Sharing Con- 2. Select current transformers to provide 2.5 to 5.0
trol can be used with the Cummins governor to provide amps at full rated load. Current transformers require
control of an engine generator set by maintaining preset nominal 0.32 VA/ PHASE at 2.5 amps 1.25 VA/
engine speed or proportional sharing of load between PHASE at 5.0 amps.
similar or dissimilar generators. Both droop and isochro-
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nous modes can be selected. 3.
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connecting.
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Observe current transformer polarity markings when

Figure 1 illustrates the wiring of two engine generator


u m O rating: 10 amps.
sets having Cummins governors and Digital Isochronous
Load Sharing Controls. Additional engine generator sets c
4.Power switch current
e to Terminals 1, 2 and 3 is nec-
o5. Phasing ofcpotential
D essaryetonkeep each signal in its correct phase rela-
can be paralleled by wiring them at the point designated,
PARALLELING LINES TO OTHER SYSTEMS.

e d thervoltage range on Terminals 1, 2 and 3 of the


tionship. If the generator voltage is not the same as
CAUTION
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f Isochronous
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It is recommended that an independent over-
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Load Sharing Control, a step-down
transformer is required. Correct phasing of the trans-
R former
speed shutdown device be incorporated in
every engine control system. r leads is necessary. Step-down transformers

n t a l require nominal 1 VA/PHASE.


Notes

c o i c 6. Droop/Isochronous switch is not required if units are

battery supply, usen


1. If more than one engine r
is started using
separate batteryo
the same always operated in the Isochronous mode.

U Twist powert leads and use 7. Shielded wires are to be terminated only on one
supply for each

shielded leads as shown. is


governor system.
end, as shown in the diagram, Figure 1.
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F-22290-1
Typical Wiring Diagram When Using a Cummins Digital ILS Unit TO LOAD
and a Cummins Panel Mounted Controller and EFC Fuel Valve

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22 AWG CONNECT TO CONNECT TO 22 AWG
+ SYSTEM 1 SYSTEM 2 +
BATTERY BATTERY
AT B AT X

GENERATOR
NO. 1 GENERATOR
CIRCUIT ALTERNATE WIRING WHEN THE DROOP/ISOCHRONOUS SWITCH IS REQUIRED NO. 2
BREAKER CIRCUIT
PARALLELING LINES BREAKER
22 AWG TO OTHER SYSTEMS DROOP ISOCHRONOUS
AUXILIARY AUXILIARY

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DROOP ISOCHRONOUS SHIELDED
CIRCUIT SWITCH (SEE NOTE 6) CIRCUIT
SWITCH (SEE NOTE 6) PAIRS
BREAKER 10 10 BREAKER

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AA
CONTACT CONTACT
* DROOP

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12 DROOP 12
* *

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11 ISOCHRONOUS 11

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ISOCHRONOUS 22 AWG

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13 SHIELDED 13
PAIRS

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PARALLELING LINES

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TO OTHER SYSTEMS
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18 AWG 18 AWG
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SEE NOTES 2 & 3 10 10 SEE NOTES 2 & 3
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18 AWG 12
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SEE NOTES 2 & 3 11 11 SEE NOTES 2 & 3
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A REMOTE A
REMOTE

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18 AWG 22 AWG 5K 18 AWG
5
SPEED SPEED 5K 5
SHIELDED SELECTOR

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SEE NOTES 2 & 3 CW SELECTOR CW
PAIR SEE NOTES 2 & 3

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POWER SWITCH
SEE NOTE 4 14 AWG

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4 TWISTED 4
SEE NOTE 5 14 AWG SEE NOTE 5

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TWISTED PAIR 22 AWG
22 AWG - -

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3 SYSTEM 1 SYSTEM 2 3
SHIELDED PAIR BATTERY SHIELDED
OFF BATTERY OFF
TRIAD TRIAD

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SEE NOTE 1

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+ SEE NOTE 1 +
2 2
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AA
AA

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AA
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ON B X ON

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SEE
NOTE 7
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1 1
+ 1 1 + SEE
18 AWG 18 AWG

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13 UNIT NO. 2 13 NOTE 7

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2 UNIT NO. 1 2 -
STEPDOWN CUMMINS - SEE NOTE 7

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CUMMINS
POTENTIAL DIGITAL 11 Cummins 11 STEPDOWN
TRANSFORMER SEE NOTE 7 Cummins DIGITAL POTENTIAL
ISOCHRONOUS Controller ISOCHRONOUS

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AS REQUIRED
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LOAD Controller TRANSFORMER
16 7 3037359 7 16 LOAD AS REQUIRED
SHARING 18 AWG 3037359 3060043 SHARING
CONTROL 3060043 18 AWG CABLE B

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14 8 3044196 8 14 CONTROL
+3.5 VDC
3044196 3062322 + 3.5VDC
15 9 3062322 See Bulletin 9 15

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UNIT 22 AWG See Bulletin 16 Index for 22 AWG UNIT
NO. 1 17 SHIELDED 16 Index for SHIELDED 17 NO. 2
PAIRS others.
others. PAIRS

or
FORWARD 20 19 5 5 19 20 FORWARD
GENERATOR POWER N.O. * N.O. POWER GENERATOR
RELAY KW 6 6 KW RELAY
NO. 1 21 3 4 3 4 21 NO. 2
METER ‡ METER ‡

REVERSE 22 24

F 24 22 REVERSE
AA

POWER N.C. +9 TO + 30 VDC


AA +9 to +30 VDC N.C. POWER
RELAY 23 B A 14 AWG 14 AWG A B 23 RELAY
18 SYNC TWISTED TWISTED SYNC 18
PAIR PAIR
TABLE OF WIRE SIZES
2
Size - AWG Nominal MM
MAGNETIC MAGNETIC
EFC EFC PICKUP 10 6
PICKUP ACTUATOR ACTUATOR
12 4
‡ KW Meter not supplied by Barber-Colman CUMMINS CUMMINS
EFC FUEL EFC FUEL Two Generator Sets with Cummins EFC Fuel 14 2.5
VALVE
Figure 1 VALVE Control and Digital ILS Controls 18 1.5
Typical Electrical Schematic 22 1.0
Typical Wiring Diagram When Using a Cummins Panel-Mounted Controller and EFC
Valve is Connected to a DYN2 80108 Series Digital ILS Control and a DYN2 90200
Auto-Synchronizer

DYNA II Auto-Synchronizer

The DYNA II Auto-Synchronizer (P/N DYN2 90200) 8. Controller: Cummins Panel Mount.
can be used with the Cummins Governor and DYNA
II Digital Isochronous Load Sharing Control to auto- 9. Actuator: Cummins EFC Valve.
matically synchronize one generator with another or
with a bus. The Auto-Synchronizer eliminates the risk 10. If “Load Pulse” function is not being used the “Load
of operator error inherent with manual synchronizing. Pulse” Potentiometer must be set fully counterclock-
wise.
Figure 2 illustrates the wiring of two engine generator
sets having Cummins governors, DYNA II Digital Iso- NOTES FOR AUTO-SYNCHRONIZER
chronous Load Sharing Controls and DYNA II (Also see F-23448)
Auto-Synchronizers. Additional engine generator sets
can be paralleled by wiring them at the point desig-
nated, PARALLELING LINES TO OTHER SYSTEMS.
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11. a. Closing a contact between 12 to 13 allows the
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Auto-Synchronizer to perform as a speed match-
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ing unit. The speed and phase of the incoming
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CAUTION
It is recommended that an independent over- u m
generator are controlled and a contact is closed
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to drive a circuit breaker. Once the circuit breaker
speed device be incorporated in every en-
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is closed the contact between 12 and 13 should
gine control system.
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be opened .

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NOTES b. Open contacts or no jumper 12 to 13 allows the

l e Auto-Synchronizer to still sense any error, but it

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1. If more than one engine is started using the same does not provide any control or contact closure.

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battery supply, use separate battery supply for each
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governor system. Twist power leads and use of voltage potential to the
shielded leads as shown.
n a l Auto-Synchronizer is necessary to keep each sig-
nal in its correct phase relationship. If the genera-
2. o
Select current transformers
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to provide 2.5 to 5.0 tor voltage is not the same as the voltage rating of

nVA/c PHASE ato2.5ramps; 1.25


amps at full rated load. Current transformers re- the Auto-Synchronizer, step-down transformers are
quire nominal 0.32 required. The step-down transformers require a
VA/PHASE at U
st
5.0 amps. nominal 7 VA/PHASE for the generator input and 2
i VA/PHASE for the Bus input.
3.
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Observe current transformer polarity markings when
connecting.

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of the Auto-Synchronizer must be the same volt-
4.
F rating: 10 amps.
Power switch current age potential. Applying generator voltage without
applying bus voltage may cause the engine to run
5. Phasing of potential to Terminals 1, 2 and 3 is nec- faster or slower than the desired speed. However,
essary to keep each signal in its correct phase re- when bus voltage is applied, the Auto-Synchronizer
lationship. If the generator voltage is not the same will change engine speed to quickly match the gen-
as the voltage rating on Terminals 1, 2 and 3 of the erator to the bus frequency.
Isochronous Load Sharing Control, a step-down
transformer is required. Correct phasing of the 14. Shielded wires are to be terminated on one end, as
transformer leads is necessary Step-down trans- shown in the diagram, Figure 2.
formers require nominal 1 VA/PHASE.

6. Droop/Isochronous switch is not required if units *Shielded cable should be purchased from Barber-
are always operated in the Isochronous mode. Colman or customer should purchase a cable with a
wrapped mylar supported aluminum foil shield with
7. Digital ILS (Also see F-22396A) a drain wire.
DYN2 80108 — 115/230 VAC input, 50/60 Hz
DYN2 80109 — 230/480 VAC input, 50/60 Hz
DYN2 80110 — 230/480 VAC input, 400 Hz
3
TO LOAD
Two Generator Sets with Cummins Panel Mounted Controllers,
DYNA II ILS, DYN2-80108 Series and DYNA II DYN2 90200 Auto-Synchronizer

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22 AWG CONNECT TO CONNECT TO 22 AWG
+ SYSTEM 1 SYSTEM 2 +
BATTERY BATTERY
AT B AT X

GENERATOR GENERATOR
ALTERNATE WIRING WHEN THE DROOP/ISOCHRONOUS SWITCH IS REQUIRED
NO. 1 NO. 2
CIRCUIT CIRCUIT
PARALLELING LINES BREAKER
BREAKER 22 AWG
TO OTHER SYSTEMS DROOP ISOCHRONOUS
AUXILIARY SHIELDED

AAA
AAA
DROOP ISOCHRONOUS AUXILIARY
CIRCUIT BREAKER PAIRS SWITCH (SEE NOTE 6) CIRCUIT BREAKER
SWITCH (SEE NOTE 6)
CONTACT 10 10 CONTACT

AA

AA
12 DROOP * DROOP 12
* *

AA

A
11 ISOCHRONOUS 11
ISOCHRONOUS 22 AWG
13 SHIELDED 13
PAIRS

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PARALLELING LINES
TO OTHER SYSTEMS

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C 22 AWG C
18 AWG SHIELDED #18 AWG

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9 PAIR 9

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SEE NOTES 2 & 3 10 10 SEE NOTES 2 & 3
8 8
B B
18 AWG 12 12 #18 AWG

SEE NOTES 2 & 3


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7
SEE NOTES 2 & 3

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6 6
A REMOTE A

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18 AWG REMOTE #18 AWG
5K SPEED SPEED 5K
5 5
SEE NOTES 2 & 3 CW POTENTIOMETER POWER POTENTIOMETER CW SEE NOTES 2 & 3

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SWITCH

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4 14 AWG SEE NOTE 4 4
22 AWG 22 AWG
SEE NOTES 5 & 7 TWISTED 14 AWG SHIELDED SEE NOTES 5 & 7
SHIELDED PAIR - - TWISTED TRIAD
3 TRIAD SYSTEM 1 SYSTEM 2 3

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OFF BATTERY BATTERY OFF PAIR

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SEE NOTE 1 SEE NOTE 1
+ +
AAA
AA

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2 ON B X ON 2

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NOTE NOTE
1 1

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14 + 1 1
+ 14
18 AWG 18 AWG
STEPDOWN 13 UNIT NO. 2 13 STEPDOWN

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2 2
4

POTENTIAL - UNIT NO. 1 - POTENTIAL


TRANSFORMER

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DIGITAL TRANSFORMER
SEE NOTE 15 11 Cummins 11 SEE NOTE 15

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AS REQUIRED ISOCHRONOUS DIGITAL AS REQUIRED
Cummins Controller
(SEE NOTE 7) ISOCHRONOUS
Controller 3037359

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7 (SEE NOTE 7)

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LOAD 16 7 16
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3037359 3060043 LOAD SEE
SEE SHARING 18 AWG 3060043 #18
3044196 SHARING NOTE

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NOTE CONTROL 14 8 8 14
3044196 3062322 CONTROL 12
12 +4 VDC
15 9 3062322 See Bulletin 9 15

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UNIT 22 AWG See Bulletin 16 Index for #22 UNIT

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NO. 1 17 SHIELDED 16 Index for SHIELDED 17 NO. 2
others.

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PAIRS others. PAIRS

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FORWARD 20 19 5 5 19 20 FORWARD
POWER N.O. * N.O.

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POWER

CABLE A
GENERATOR KW
NO. 1 RELAY 21 KW 6 3 4 6 21 RELAY GENERATOR
3 4 METER
METER NO. 2

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22 24 24 22 REVERSE
REVERSE
AA

AA
N.C. 22 AWG N.C. POWER
POWER
TO CIRCUIT RELAY 23 SHIELDED B A 14 AWG 14 AWG A B 22 AWG 23 RELAY TO CIRCUIT

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BREAKER 18 PAIRS TWISTED SHIELDED 18 BREAKER
TWISTED
COIL PAIR PAIR PAIRS COIL

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AA
AA
AA
AA

AA
AA
AA
AA
TO CIRCUIT TO CIRCUIT
BREAKER BREAKER
VOLTAGE MAGNETIC MAGNETIC
A

A
EFC EFC VOLTAGE

or
SUPPLY PICKUP ACTUATOR PICKUP SUPPLY
ACTUATOR

CUMMINS CUMMINS
EFC EFC
FUEL VALVE FUEL VALVE
SEE
NOTE
13
AUTO-SYNCHRONIZER
SWITCH (OPTIONAL)
F SEE NOTE 11 SEE NOTE 11
AUTO-SYNCHRONIZER
SWITCH (OPTIONAL)
SEE
NOTE
13

11 10 9 4 5 6 1 2 3 8 7 12 13 13 12 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 11
ILS ILS

115 VAC 115 VAC BARBER-COLMAN DYNA II AUTO-SYNCHRONIZER BARBER-COLMAN DYNA II AUTO-SYNCHRONIZER 115 VAC 115 VAC
‡GEN ‡BUS DYN2 90200 DYN2 90200 ‡BUS ‡GEN

230 VAC 230 VAC 230 VAC 230 VAC


14 15 16 16 15 14
‡For 230 VAC operation use terminals 4 and 6 for GEN, 1 and 3 for BUS. DOWN
UP C DOWN C UP
For 115 VAC operation use terminals 5 and 6 for GEN, 2 and 3 for BUS.
Figure 2.
Typical Electrical Wiring Diagram
NOTE
Barber-Colman believes that all information provided herein is
correct and reliable and reserves the right to update at any
time. Barber-Colman does not assume any responsibility for
its use unless otherwise expressly undertaken.

CAUTION
As a safety measure, the engine should be equipped with an
independent overspeed shutdown device in the event of
failure which may render the governor inoperative.

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Barber-Colman Company
AEROSPACE & POWER CONTROLS DIVISION
DYNA Product Group
1354 Clifford Avenue Phone: (815) 637-3000
P.O. Box 2940 Fax: (815) 877-0150
Loves Park, IL U.S.A. 61132-2940
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