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Need advice sm 52-4 installation

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Post time: 2013-4-27 21:56:56 |Show all posts
I just installed my sm 54 and I have problem with the power, the machine say 200 v while my electricity in Indonesia is 380 v, does sm have multi voltage regulator or something like that? The machine originally from Japan but the seller from new Zealand said it no problem to connect it to 380 v, but I concern I will fried the machine? Any suggestion
Appreciate any comments thanks

Post time: 2015-7-24 21:02:37 |Show all posts
i have all documentation for this machine
contact me

ing.ernesto cuadra

Post time: 2013-4-28 18:07:35 |Show all posts
How much is it approx?

Post time: 2013-4-28 16:08:44 |Show all posts
No , i do not have them as i do not need them , but i can get you one easy


Post time: 2013-4-28 14:21:06 |Show all posts
Meny do have refurbished screen for cp2000?

Post time: 2013-4-28 12:23:18 |Show all posts
First check if not  the setup of the screen
you can get a good refurbished screen (original) on the market - if you start making shortcuts on the press , your operators will do the same.....
I have seen this lot's of times around the world....
Good luck

Post time: 2013-4-28 10:38:48 |Show all posts
thanks meny it looks like you're right in the first place
heidelberg = 380v
i tried using trafo to step down to 200 v but the machine looks under power
and then i by pass it then it works nicely
now i have issues with the touch screen it wont work can i use external lcd and mouse to control cp 2000?

Post time: 2013-4-28 08:42:35 |Show all posts
On the main electric cabinet of the press you should find  all info about the input current & voltage.

If this press was built in germany , i am sure it is 380
If it was built in Japan for the local market , it may use 200V

In this case of 200V , you can simply install a good 380-200 trafo to do the job.

If yoiu need a good pale to buy a good trafo for a press - i can help you

Post time: 2013-4-28 07:00:44 |Show all posts
What makes my engineer concern that is has stiker  tag with Heidelberg name on it and say 200 v in the power outlet, so we kind of be careful I guess safety first come to mind

Post time: 2013-4-28 05:52:47 |Show all posts
Haha you've got all best idea it's all makin sense, good point
Thanks a bunch
Now I have to question my engineer haha
And it's rigth 52 my bad, sorry

Post time: 2013-4-28 03:53:40 |Show all posts
First it can't be a SM 54 , but a SM 52

The voltage it is built for is 380V X 3 , but In Japan all equipment works on 200V X 3.

So this press should have a transformer to work in Japan
Take the Transformer out of the line and you will get an input of 380 at the press.

This is a common issue  , but the NZdealer was right - it is not an issue at all

And yes , do not start the press with 200 V.....

Now as for the shortcut..... this kind of shortcut can be  very high in price.


and if your engineer can not answer this question..... he is not a Heidelnerg proffesional ..... get someone who knows  !!!!!

Post time: 2013-4-28 02:18:18 |Show all posts
I see the chiller has double voltage so I can switch from 200 v to 380 v but I no information in the main electric cabinet

Post time: 2013-4-28 00:43:55 |Show all posts
The machine is 2001, and the tag say 200 v in the main electrical cabinet. My question is it possible the this machine has multi voltage so I can plug either 200 v or 380 v? My seller say I can but I have to be sure before I can plug it in

Post time: 2013-4-27 23:24:31 |Show all posts
Where is the tag that says 380V?  Is it on a remote transformer or on the main electrical cabinet.  Typically (up til the mid 90's) Heidelberg would send a "matching transformer" for the voltage the print plant had available.  You would then feed the house voltage to the main switch on the cabinet, the other side of the switch would be wired to the matching transformer which would send dual voltages back to the press.  If you have 380V, you should be able to hook it up directly to the press without using the matching transformer, but you really must get someone (as in knowledgeable electrician) in there to get a look at how it's configured.Good Luck
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