These old Siemens 1FT5 motors typically have 3 separate feedbacks that need to be tested and aligned; Hall effects, 3-phase AC tach, and incremental encoder. All except the AC tach can be tested using the generic incremental selection on the TI-5000JX. The AC tach has to be tested with an oscilloscope for proper alignment.
The Halls and tach are tested using the TI-5055 test cable. The Hall effects should align as follows, using the toggle pulse (H/L) as the guide for alignment:
H1 H2 H3
+U-V H/L H L
+U-W L H L/H
There is an access hole on the side of the motor which will allow you to adjust the tach stator with a screwdriver. You will need to back-drive the motor and be able to view the waveforms with a scope as shown in the datasheet. One scope probe will be on the motor winding U-V, and the other on the tach signal.
Here is a video on aligning Halls : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8AVtj5B5C4
And a quick video of the tacho alignment: https://www.dropbox.com/s/l4zc099ssbq7fhg/Siemens_1FT5-Tach%20Alignment.mp4?dl=0
* Only if your motor has an additional encoder.
A common incremental encoder is tested with a separate cable, the TI-5022 (12 pin M23) or TI-5054 (17 pin MS). Simply perform a Count Test to verify the encoder is working. The alignment of the encoder is not crucial since commutation is performed by the Hall effects.
TI-5055 Hall/Tach motor cable
TI-5022 Encoder cable
TI-5054 Encoder cable
The motor should be run from the Hall effects using the TI-3000JX “Generic Pulse>120Deg” selection.