Question about Ingersoll Rand Air Tools & Compressors
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When it shuts down, press DISPLAY SELECT button once and use the up down arrows to see the code just before shutdown.
HIGH AIREND TEMP
HIGH AIR PRESSURE
LOW SUMP PRESSURE
PRESSURE OR TEMP SENSOR FAIL
CHECK MOTOR ROTATION
FAN MOTOR OVERLOAD
I am assuming this has a Intellisys controller.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
possible that one of the protections switch it off check oil levels motor and screw can also be a sensor, can check these by briging them one by one. first indication is control lamp. or possible fuel problem check filters and tank. also check wiring complete. is weak point for ir machines. good luck.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
Recheck the way you have the motor leads hooked up, make sure they are correct. You did re connect the motor leads didnt you? You are not trying to run it on 230v single phase are you? Assuming it is a dual voltage motor, the leads will have to be re connected from hi voltage to lo voltage. Also when you cut the operating voltage in half the operating current(amps ) will double, all this info should be on the motor name plate. This motor does not use a capicitor to start it
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
Ingersoll Rand likes you to buy their all season select oil for their air compressors, most piston air compressors use an R+O 100 oil it is equivalent to n SAE 30 wt oil.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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Look for any problem involving a dropped phase of the input power. It could be a transient one such as a poor contact that the sensor detects a glitch which then cures itself when you overide the watchdog of the system. Tighten all electrical connections and while doing so look for any heating indicators such as discolored insulation. The electronics can see very short failures that are punched through when running manually. That is what the smart controllers are for to protect the motor. The controller itself probably only uses one phase for its own power. The transient might happen in a tenth of a second.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
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