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    Is the KBLC-19 even made anymore? I looked at their website and did a search there and came up with nothing.

    Also, I have a treadmill motor that I'm wanting to use. It's rated for 2.25 HP (not sure about continuous or not as it doesn't say on its label).

    I do have the ICON HEALTH & FITNESS MC-60 from some other treadmill in as a replacement for the original that blew.

    I'm a little confused about the KBLC-19M that's talked about here in the thread. From what I'm gathering it's a separate board that's used in addition to the main controller board. Is that a correct statement?



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    I think you will find that the -19 is just a complete KBLC unit with what looks like a special 9884 terminal breakout board attached, probably an OEM supplied unit.
    Looks like the add-on may have been made by Peco Controls?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vogavt View Post
    Also, I have a treadmill motor that I'm wanting to use. It's rated for 2.25 HP (not sure about continuous or not as it doesn't say on its label).
    Not usually 2.5hp continuous for typical TM motors, what is the voltage?
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    most likely there is only one style of the 19mod board but it looks like there are a lot of different styles of terminal boards that are added(judging by what i see on fleabay) , I picked the one that I've got because it had the most basic terminal board . The thing is that if you don't like the terminal board then it is easy to pull it off of the kb board and then you can connect the wires directly to the board

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    Quote Originally Posted by dertsap View Post
    most likely there is only one style of the 19mod board but it looks like there are a lot of different styles of terminal boards that are added(judging by what i see on fleabay) ,
    Like I mentioned, I believe they are custom, I found a link in one place that mentions some were a special app, probably made for an end user that had particular requirement and just need a drop in application?
    Just an add-on to the standard board.
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    if anyone is wanting to buy one of these boards then it needs to be reminded that the proper resistor is needed for the board , the resistor is based on the motor hp .
    there is a guy on ebay that sells them for a buck or two , mind you the ^#^# nailed me 13 bucks to ship the tiny little thing , not enough to break the bank but an ignorant cost none the less

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    I would first try a local Baldor or KB motor/drive rep, I have one local to me which makes it handy!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al_The_Man View Post
    I found a link in one place that mentions some were a special app,
    Al.
    finding any info or links on these boards is difficult , the 120-240 boards have much more info available and i would have went with those boards but i figured that with them only outputting 90v then the motor may be under powered .
    judging by the performance that I'm getting then the other boards would most likely be sufficient and still provide much better performance than the stock board

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al_The_Man View Post
    Not usually 2.5hp continuous for typical TM motors, what is the voltage?
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    Sticker says:

    PERMANENT MAGNET DC MOTOR 2.25 HP
    N1CPM-130T CW ROTATION

    TREADMILL DUTTY: 2.25 130VDC
    18 AMPS FF1.0 AOM

    CONTINUOUS DUTTY: 1.3 HP 95 VDC
    ENCL: OPEN EXTERNAL FAN

    PART# G-176006


    So I found the CD rating on the sticker where I'd missed it before. Wonder why it's spelled DUTTY instead of DUTY. (Weird).

    My stock motor says 4/5HP, but I doubt that's continuous either.

    However, it does say REVERSIBLE, whereas the TM says CW Rotation; so I suspect it's not going to work. I'm using the belt drive mod, so is there a simple fix for this?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Vogavt View Post
    However, it does say REVERSIBLE, whereas the TM says CW Rotation; so I suspect it's not going to work. I'm using the belt drive mod, so is there a simple fix for this?
    The brushes are offset slightly to optimize efficiency in one direction, Although it may be possible to run in reverse, the efficiency is going to be lower in the direction.
    If the direction you need is CCW only, you could look at inverting the motor position if it's possible?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al_The_Man View Post
    If the direction you need is CCW only, you could look at inverting the motor position if it's possible?
    Al.
    Well the shaft at the CW end measures 17mm, while the end at the brushes (CCW end) measures 8mm. I'm not sure that it would be robust enough to handle what I need. The stock motor has a 9mm shaft and the pulley for the belt drive is already bored at the diameter. This also means I'd have to re-turn another pulley if I went with TM one.

    Hmmm.. decisions, decisions...



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    I just ordered that board. I will do the upgrade step by step here with pictures once it arrives.

    I think I should change & upgrade the bearings when this arrives. They have had some wear & tear on them. Anyone know any good guides to the bearing replacement on the X2?



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