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Static Inverter Circuit Description - continued - TM-11-6125-259-300014
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TM 11-6125-25930
output Z604-4 only ensures that latch Z605-6 will
state. The latch circuit is now ready for the next
remain at high as explained below). The high pulse
overcurrent condition. Also, with the low now at
at Z604-13 goes to nand gate input Z605-10 along
latch output Z605-6, the cathode ofCR609 is at low
which turns on transistor Q606 and then transistor
with the high at input Z605-9 from the latch. Nand
gate output Z605-8 is then set to low by the two
Q607, which in turn shorts out capacitor C611
highs and this low, finally, causes a low at nand gate
setting negative input Z601-8 of comparator at low
output Z608-6 which turns off all inverter output
causing comparator output Z601-14 to go to its
normal high level.
current by setting major bridge logic signals
to low for 1.5 seconds. The absence of
d. Inverter Turn-On. When the inverter is initially
through
current for 1.5 seconds puts a low at nand gate
turned on, protective logic circuits are employed to
input Z605-13 which sets timer input Z604-1 to
hold off operation of several sections of the inverter
high. After the 1.5 second, when the major bridge
until other sections are operative.
through
and inverter output
logic outputs
(1) Protective delay of inverter output voltage
current is enabled again, if an overcurrent condition
and 37 vdc boost voltage for first second after turn-
is still present, then nand gate input Z605-13 will go
on. Timer Z604-10 input (see figure FO 2-2, sheet 2)
back to high, setting output Z205-11 back to low
is triggered by a low-high transient due to capacitor
C604 charging up to a high from the high level at
(other input Z605-12 is still held at high by latch
Z605-6). This sequence of high-low at timer input
comparator output Z601-1. Timer output Z604-5
Z604-1 triggers the timer again and another 1.5
now delivers a on-second high pulse to the anode of
diode CR607 causing transistor Q605 to turn on
second high pulse is sent out at timer output
which sets the transistor Q605 to low.
Z604-13. This pulse again shuts off all inverter
This low at schematic point  to figure FO 2-2,
output current for 1.5 seconds. However, afer the
1.5 seconds, if at this time the overcurrent condition
sheet 1, inhibits the 37 vdc boost voltage from
is removed, then nand gate input Z605-13 will
turning on (as described above in the case of an
remain at low and timer input Z604-1 will not be
overvltage condition) and also goes to rand gate
triggered and thus the inverter output current will
input Z-608-12 to put a high at vrom Z602-15 chip
enable input which holds all major and minor bridge
not be shut off. The absence of he overcurrent
)
through
condition also sets comparator output Z601-1 to
logic outputs (schematic points
at low so that inverter output voltage is cut off. The
high Which goes to prom input Z602-14 and restores
the prom to program the normal quasi sine
low at collector of transistor Q605 also directly
waveform at major bridge logic outputs
holds major bridge logic output schematic points
at low and minor bridge logic
; and also restores normal minor bridge
through
through
. The inverter is now
, and  at low
through
output schematic points
outputs
restored to its normal condition except that latch
by controlling the nine associated nand gates. This
output Z605-6 is still latched at high; if it remained
delay is inverter output voltage allows the 9.6 kHz
latched then if another overcurrent condition oc-
oscillator counter and prom circuits time to
stabilize. Also, note that the inverter 37 vdc supply
cured then timer Z604-1 input would be triggered at
can still build up enough power to supply energy to
once rather than five seconds after the overcurrent
condition. Therefore, the latch is reset as follows.
the +15, vdc supply even though the 37 vdc boost
regulation circuit has been temporarily held off.
when inverter has no overcurrent condition then
(2) Protective delay of +5 vdc supply, inverter
timer Z604-1 input is no longer triggered and timer
output voltage and 37 V boost voltage until +15 vc
Z604-4 output remains at its normal high level
supply has reached a minimum of 13 volts. Im-
(during overrcurrent condition Z604-4 outputs a low
pulse every few seconds); this high level puts a long
mediately after turn-on of inverter before +15 vdc
supply has reached 13 Volts, comparator positive
term high at the cathode of diode CR610. The
input Z601-11 which sees the +15 volt supply will
cathode of diode CR609 is also at high due to the
high at nand gate latch Z605-6 output. The two
be low in relation to input pin 10 zener diode CR603
highs allow the normal condition of a high at the
reference, and Z601-13 output will thus be low. This
base of transistor Q606 which turns it off and causes
low turns on transistor Q604 puttin a high at the
transistor Q607 to turn off.Capacitor C611 can now
anode of CR68 which turns on transistor
charge up in about seven seconds to a high that sets
Q605, resulting in a low at collector of transistor
comparator Z601-14 output to low. This low goes to
Q605. This low holds off inverter output power
(as
through
nand gate input Z605-1 which causes a high at latch
through logic outputs
described above) and also holds off turn-on of 37 volt
input Z605-4 which in turn sets latch output
Z605-6 to low because latch input Z605-5 is high
boost regulator through low signal at schematic
point
due to timer Z606 being in its normal, untriggered
which goes to boost circuit (as described
2-6

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