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Comparison of the Boon Edam - Tomsed THT-100 recommended spare parts lists.

Boon Edam List
Tomsed List
XIS Stocks
30-001 Main Control Board
30-002 Pulse Relay
30-003 Time Out Relay
30-001 Main Control Board
30-002 Pulse Relay
30-003 Time Out Relay

TCB 6.1

We currently have a limited supply of the older version 30-001, 002 & 003

There were 5 versions of the control boards produced, that Tomsed used in their turnstiles. TCB 1 & 2 were single board designs. MCB 3, 4 & 5 were modular, having daughter boards for the Pulse and Timer Features. 95% of those ordered had both daughter boards supplied. TCB stands for Turnstile Control Board while MCB stands for Modular Control Board not Main Control Board. We know this because we, the engineers at XIS Controls, designed all 5 versions for Tomsed prior to the buyout by Boon Edam. The modular concept was introduced for marketing purposes making Tomsed's products more unique than its competitors. In reality, it made the design and troubleshooting more complex. Boon Edam has redesigned the THT-100 and now supplies it with a control board in a box that is not backwardly compatible with your older THT-100. XIS Controls designed a new control board that addresses the support issue by continuing to improve reliability and ease of troubleshooting. Currently the TCB 6.1(non modular) contains all the features of previous versions, is simple to configure (no more jumpers), repairable (old school single-sided PC board and socketed IC chips), easy to troubleshoot (diagnostic LED's), and less expensive than the 3 board version.

 

Boon Edam List
Tomsed List
XIS Stocks
101-012 Microswitch 101-012 Microswitch 101-012 Microswitch

Although the microswitch is labeled V7-1C17D8-207, you would not receive the correct switch if you buy it. You would receive a switch with a fixed roller. The THT-100 requires a switch that has an articulated (folding) roller joint. The switche is not available from any catalog and have to be made. That is done by removing the factory supplied roller and adding a new roller with an articulation joint to the base switch. It also makes these switches somewhat more expensive. For clarity sake, this has been misrepresented as a 2-way switch and it is in reality a 1-way switch because it operates in only one direction and folds out of the way in the other direction. That's the way the rest of the industry defines it. The 101-012 switches we supply are identical.

 

Boon Edam List
Tomsed List
XIS Stocks
10920 Ledex Solenoid 101-008 Guardian Solenoid 101-008 Guardian Solenoid

Tomsed turnstiles, except for the very beginning in 1981 when it used 110VAC and Trombetta 24VDC solenoids, had staked its reputation as number 1 in the turnstile business in the US, on the reliability of its suppliers products. For solenoids it was Guardian. They are clearly the choice of many manufacturers and as a result the supply of these Guardian solenoids, at one point, was limited because of the high demand. Ledex-Saia Burgess was sought for an equivalent in order to solve the supply problem. In order to do this, a special coil needed to be wound with a fractional size gauge wire in order to nearly match the force vs. distance characteristics of the Guardian. Unfortunately, the Ledex runs considerably hotter leading to premature failures. Please keep this in mind when we discuss the transformer on this list. XIS Controls will supply you with the original 101-008 Guardian solenoid. ...... and the Ledex solenoid is out of production.

 

Boon Edam List
Tomsed List
XIS Stocks
101-009 Transformer 101-010 Transformer 101-009 & 101-010 Transformers

When Boon Edam took over the management of Tomsed, their objective was to add additional products to their existing line of revolving doors. Boon is based in Holland. Their products had to meet the needs of the European market as well as the US Market. Prior, Tomsed, a USA Company, produced THT-100 turnstiles with European characteristics by exception when required. The 101-009 transformer is a 110/220VAC Primary with 20VAC Secondary. The correct transformer should have an 18VAC secondary. Here's why….When you full wave rectify and filter AC voltage, the resultant DC voltage is approximately 1.4 times the AC voltage. For 18VAC the resultant DC is 25.2 volts. For 20VAC the resultant DC is 28 volts. For a Ledex solenoid that is already struggling to keep cool with the 18VAC transformer, asking it to keep up with the 20VAC transformer may be too much. That is why Tomsed continued to install Guardian solenoids for units with the 101-009 transformers for 220VAC requirements. We will supply you with the 101-010 original transformer for all your 110VAC needs. Should you require the 101-009 transformer, we stock those as well.

 

Boon Edam List
Tomsed List
XIS Stocks
100-128 LH Locking Pawl Spring
100-129 RH Locking Pawl Spring
100-131 Connecting Spring
100-128 LH Locking Pawl Spring
100-129 RH Locking Pawl Spring
100-131 Connecting Spring
100-128 LH Locking Pawl Spring
100-129 RH Locking Pawl Spring
100-131 Connecting Spring

We supply these identical with one exception. Both 100-128 & 100-129 Locking Pawl Springs usually fail at the same spot. It is at the sharp "L" shaped bend. During manufacture, the stresses created at the bend impart an inherent weakness at that point. We, XIS, have replaced the severe bend with a slight radius bend. This, in effect, reduces the likelihood of stress failure and does not affect the fit or performance of the spring.

 

Boon Edam List
Tomsed List
XIS Stocks
100-041 Upper Bearing 100-041 Upper Bearing 100-041 & 100-042 Upper Bearing

We supply these identical. Please note that these bearings have been represented as not needing to be re-lubricated. In fact, these bearings require periodic re-lubrication to keep them functioning properly. If you look at the 100-041 out of its mounting flange, it has a small lubrication hole on the outside race of the bearing. Note: The 100-041 is for THT-100 turnstiles that do not have speed control. It has a 1.25" ID and is identified by a 3 hole bearing mounting flange. Should you have a THT-100 turnstile with speed control, you require a 100-042 bearing. It has a 1.5" ID and is identified by a 4 hole bearing mounting flange.

 

Boon Edam List
Tomsed List
XIS Stocks
100-040 Lower Bearing 100-040 Lower Bearing 100-040 Lower Bearing

We supply these identical. This is generically a thrust bearing and by design has an open inner race. Since it is at the bottom of the turnstile it is subject to dirt and water/ice (if outdoors) contamination. Again, these should be periodically inspected, cleaned and re-greased or replaced. This is a heavy duty bearing carrying the entire weight of the rotor arms. Use a heavy viscosity, hi temperature (if outdoors), synthetic (if available) grease here. Do not use Lithium grease. This bearing is for all electrically controlled THT-100 turnstiles including CSTG and ASTG versions of the THT-100. Non-electrical, mechanical only versions do not use this bearing.

 

It's interesting to note that there are several so-called parts dealers you can find if you do an internet part number search that have the identical spelling mistake (there is no turnstile part called a "prawl" or a "microstitch") in their descriptions, leading us to believe they have no idea of what they are selling, leading us to further believe that their prices are out of date or fictional. We are not here to bash the factory or anyone else. They have been in the revolving door business over 100 years but only a few in the turnstile business. We have been in the turnstile business 32 years and our expertise is Tomsed. We were there when they opened their doors in 1981 in The College Point section of Queens, NY, through their move to the Greenpoint area of Brooklyn, to Fuquay-Varina, NC and then to Lillington, NC.

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Waist High Turnstiles Recommended Spare Parts Models TUT-60, TUT-65, TST-75

Concern your needs to Electrics, Springs & Bearings

Part
Comment
Also Used on the TUT-50
30-001 Main Control Board
30-002 Pulse Relay Board
30-003 Timer Relay Board

Use the TCB 6.1

See the comments above for the THT-100 for these items.

YES
46-001 Guardian Solenoid We have them.
YES
46-006 Microswitch We have them.
YES
80-033 Electric Activator We have them.
YES - 50-028
45-019 Main Bearing We have them.
YES
45-018ASBY Shock Absorber We have them.
YES
80-005 Centering Arm We have them but don't bother to stock one - Almost never fails
NO - 50-009
80-006 Main Spring We have them.
NO - 50-011
80-016 Connecting Spring We have them.
YES - 50-039
80-008 RH Locking Pawl Spring We have them.
NO
80-009 LH/FL Locking Pawl Spring We have them.
NO
80-043 Back Pawl We have them.
YES - 50-007
45-026 Back Pawl Spring We have them.
YES
   
80-022 Self-Centering Disc Add this to your list. We have them.
NO - 50-018

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Robot, Burle & Philips Recommended Spare Parts ST Models 32, 34, 232, 234

Part
Comment
In Stock

21-113 Limit/Rotation Switch

Use for 232 & 234 Models. Part # 53-520 for 32 & 34 Models

YES
51-215 PLC Control Unit We call it the PPLCO. We also have the 53-521 Relays
YES
53-523 Bridge Rectifier  
YES
53-791 Transformer No Longer Manufactured. Substitute Available 53-791-ALT
YES
85-143 Lower Flange Bearing  
YES
85-156 Speed Control Cylinder  
YES
85-213 Solenoid Plunger Return Spring  
YES
85-214 Pivot Arm Spring  
YES
85-215 Linkage Pin To Pivot Arm We provide A2 hardened Cotter Pins for this application.
YES
85-225 Solenoid We also have the 86-141 Solenoid Assembly
YES
85-270 Upper Flange Bearing  
YES
85-285 Self-Centering Mechanism Spring  
YES

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