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    Models No.                     BTD130F
                                                                                                                        P 1 / 12

    Description                    Cordless Impact Driver

   Model BTD130F has been developed as a successor model of BTD123F
   with the design concept of "Easy-to-Operate Impact Driver".
   Features easy-to-hold grip design and the compactness typified by the
   shortest-in-class overall length, yet still maintaining the high performance
   as the predecessor model. Additionally, extra-lightweight design has been
   achieved by using Li-ion battery as power source.
   Features the same advantages as Model BTD123F as follows:
    *Fastest-in-class fastening speed
    *Hammer case without protrusion
    *Job light with afterglow function
    *Belt clip                                                                                            Dimensions: mm (")
                                                                                                    Length (L)      146 (5-3/4)
                                                                                                    Width (W)        79 (3-1/8)
                                                                                                    Height (H)      235 (9-1/4)

                     Voltage: V                                                   14.4V
                     Capacity: Ah                                         3.0 (battery BL1430)
                     Cell                                                         Li-ion
                     Charging time: min.                            approx. 45 with DC14SC/DC14SA
                         Driving shank                                     6.35mm (1/4") Hex
                         Machine screw                                   M4 - M8 (5/32 - 5/16")
    Capacities           Standard bolt                                   M5 - M14 (3/16 - 9/16")
                         High tensile bolt                              M5 - M12 (3/16 - 15/32")
                         Coarse thread screw                            22 - 125mm (7/8 - 4-7/8")
    Impacts per min.: min.-1=bpm                                                   0 - 3,200
    No load speed: min.-1=rpm                                                      0 - 2,400
    Max. fastening torque: N.m (                                 140 (1,430/ 1,240)
    Electric Brake                                                                    Yes
    Variable speed (electric)                                                         Yes
    Reversing switch                                                                 Yes
    Net weight: kg (lbs)                                                           1.4 (3.1)

 Standard equipment
    Belt clip ................................... 1
    Plastic carrying case ................ 1

    Note: The standard equipment for the tool shown above may differ by country.

 Optional        accessories
    Various Phillips bit                   Depth stopper for impact driver
    Various socket bit                     Li-ion Battery 1430
    Keyed drill chuck                      Charger DC14SA (for low voltage)
    Keyless drill chuck                    Charger DC14SC (for high voltage)
    Bit piece
                                                                                                              P 2 / 12
Features    and benefits

                                      Shortest-in-Class Overall Length             Compact and Lightweight,
    Hammer Case Cover                     Provides More Control                         4-Pole Motor
Protects workpiece from scratches,         and Maneuverability.                    Compared with the conventional
increasing maneuverability.                                                        motors, motor size and weight has
                                                                                   been reduced by 20% yet without
                                                                                   power reduction.
Hammer Case
Without Projection

Optional "Depth stopper for
Impact Driver" can be installed.
                                                                                       Ergonomically Designed
                                                                                          Rubberized Grip
 Phosphorescent Bumper                                                                 Provides comfortable grip and
                                                                                       more control while minimizing
                                                                                       hand fatigue and pain.
Job Light with Afterglow Function
On pulling switch trigger, the light
automatically turns on before motor starts
                                                                                      Constant Tightening Torque
                                                                                   Regardless of Rotational Direction
Keeps on illuminating about 12-13 sec.
after trigger release.

        14.4V Li-ion Battery
 *Its high power density allows compact
  and lightweight tool design without
  power reduction.                                                     Extra-Lightweight Design
 *Can be charged at any time because
                                                      Lighter than 12V class tools as listed below
  Li-ion battery is free from memory effect.
                                                                                   Makita                     A
                                                       Model No.           BTD130F      BTD123F               A1
                                                                Cell        Li-ion        Ni-MH             Ni-MH

                                                                Voltage     14.4V          12V               12V
                                                                Capacity    3.0 Ah        3.0 Ah            3.0 Ah
                                                                            1.4 kg            1.6 kg         1.6 kg
                                                                           (3.1 lbs)         (3.5 lbs)      (3.5 lbs)
                                                                                                          P 3 / 12
Comparison      of products

Comparison of Work Speed and Work Volume
Numbers in graph below are relative values when BTD123F 's capacity is indexed as 100.
Note: The test results depend on the kind of wood to a great extent.

  Test conditions; Drove 65mm coarse thread screws into spruce.

                                       [Work Speed]                                [Work Volume]
                                slow                     fast                few                     many

 Makita BTD130F                            105             1.6 sec.                 135        367 screws
 Makita BTD123F                            100                                      100

 Competitor A Mod. A1                       90                                       95

 Competitor A Mod. A2                      100                                       90
 Competitor C Mod. C1                      100                                       65

  Test conditions; Drove 90mm coarse thread screw into spruce.
                                       [Work Speed]                                [Work Volume]
                                slow                     fast                few                     many

 Makita BTD130F                            110              2.6 sec.               135             207 screws
 Makita BTD123F                            100                                     100
 Makita 6935FD                             110                                      95

 Competitor A Mod. A1                       85                                      75
 Competitor A Mod. A2                      100                                      70
 Competitor C Mod. C1                      100                                      70
 Competitor C Mod. C2                      105                                      80

  Test conditions; Tightened 125mm coarse thread screw into spruce.
                                       [Work Speed]                                [Work Volume]
                                slow                     fast                few                     many
 Makita BTD130F                            105             4.7 sec.                      135       103 screws

 Makita BTD123F                            100                                           100

 Competitor A Mod. A1                       85                                           90
 Competitor A Mod. A2                      100                                           80
 Competitor C Mod. C1                      100                                           70
                                                                                                                                              P 4 / 12
                  Comparison                  of products

                                     Model No.                Makita                  Competitor A             Competitor B            Competitor C

Specifications                                   BTD130F BTD123F 6935FD               A1        A2           B1           B2           C1          C2

                        Voltage: V                 14.4         12         14.4       12        12           12          14.4          12          14.4

                        Cell                       Li-ion     Ni-MH      Ni-MH      Ni-Cd      Ni-Cd     Ni-Cd/ Ni-MH Ni-Cd/ Ni-MH   Ni-Cd        Ni-Cd
                        Capacity: Ah                3.0       2.0/ 3.3     2.6        2.0       2.0        2.0/ 2.6     2.0/ 2.6       2.0         2.0

                        2.0Ah Ni-Cd                 ---         ---         ---       60        60            60          60           ---         ---

Charging time: minute

                        2.0Ah Ni-MH                 ---        with         ---       ---       ---           ---         ---          18          18
                        2.6Ah Ni-MH                 ---         ---       with        ---       ---           30          30           ---         ---
                        3.0Ah Li-ion                with        ---         ---       ---       ---           ---         ---          ---         ---
                        3.3Ah Ni-MH                 ---         with        ---       ---       ---           ---         ---          ---         ---

Max. fastening                                      140         125        140        130       135          125          135          115         130
torque: N.m (in.lbs)                              (1,240)     (1,100)    (1,240)    (1,150)   (1,200)      (1,100)      (1,200)      (1,000)     (1,150)
No load
                                                  0-2,400     0-2,600    0-2,600    0-2,600   0-2,600      0-2,800      0-2,800      0-2,400     0-2,400
speed: min-1=rpm

Blows per minute                                  0-3,200     0-3,200    0-3,200    0-3,200   0-3,200      0-3,200      0-3,200      0-3,000     0-3,000

LED Job light                                    afterglow      Yes        Yes        Yes       Yes          Yes          Yes          No          No
            High capacity battery:

                                                    146         163         163       155       155          157          157          165         165
                                                  (5-3/4)     (6-3/8)     (6-3/8)   (6-3/8)   (6-3/8)      (6-3/16)     (6-3/16)     (6-1/2)     (6-1/2)
Net weight: Dimensions with

                                                    79          80          94        74        74                                     80          80
                                     Width                                                                   N/A         N/A
                                                  (3-1/8)     (3-1/8)    (3-11/16) (3-11/16) (3-11/16)                               (3-1/8)     (3-1/8)
            mm (")

                                                    235         234         239       226       226                                    233         233
                                     Height                                                                  N/A         N/A
                                                  (9-1/4)     (9-1/4)     (9-3/8)   (9-1/4)   (9-1/4)                                (9-1/8)     (9-1/8)
                          with Low                              1.4                   1.5       1.5                                   1.75         1.9
                                                    ---                     ---
                          capacity battery                     (3.1)                 (3.3)     (3.3)        1.75         1.85         (3.9)       (4.2)
kg (lbs)

                          with High                 1.4         1.6         1.7       1.6       1.6         (3.7)        (4.0)
                                                                                                                                       ---         ---
                          capacity battery         (3.1)       (3.5)       (3.8)     (3.5)     (3.5)

Note: The charging time depends on the room temperature and the condition of battery to a great extent.
                                                                                                               P 5 / 12
 CAUTION: Remove the battery from the machine for safety before repair/ maintenance !

  Code No.               Description                                               Use for
    1R045      Gear extractor (Large)
                                                     Disassembling Hammer mechanism
    1R346      Center attachment for 1R045
    1R288      Screwdriver magnetizer                Magnetizing screwdriver for removing Steel balls
    1R232      Pipe 30
                                                     Disassembling Bit holder mechanism
    1R291      Retaining ring S and R pliers
    1R041      Vise plate                            Fixing Hammer case
    1R223      Torque wrench shaft
    1R224      Ratchet head                          Turning Hammer case        when disassembling Hammer mechanism
  134847-1     Socket 30-78
  134848-9     Socket 32-50                          Fixing Hammer case

 Apply Makita grease N. No.2 to the following portions designated with the black triangle to protect
 parts and product from unusual abrasion.

   Item No.         Part description                                     Where to lubricate

     20        Hammer case complete           Inside surface where twenty-four 3.5 Steel balls are installed
     25        Steel ball 5.6                 Whole surface
     26        Spur gear 22                   Gear teeth
     27        Spindle                        Cam groove top
     28        Pin 5                          Surface that contacts Spur gear 22
     30        Internal gear 51               Gear teeth that engages with Spur gear 22 (Apply approx. 2g.)

     Fig. 1
                                           Cup washer 14

                                  Flat washer 24

                 Steel ball 3.5 (24 pcs)     Compression spring 24
                                                                                                                    P 6 / 12
 [3] -1. Disassembling/Assembling Hammering Mechanism
 DISASSEMBLING                                            Fig. 2
 1) Remove Belt clip by unscrewing Screw M4x12.                Bumper     Hammer case         Rear cover
   After removing Bumper and Hammer case cover
    by hand, then remove Rear cover by unscrewing
    two PT3x16 Tapping screws. (Fig. 2)                                                                    Tapping screw
                                                                                                           PT3x16 (2 pcs)
 2) Shift the tail of torsion spring from Carbon brush
    onto the notch in Brush holder.                         Hammer case cover
                                                                                                             Screw M4x12
    Then pull off Receptacle from Brush holder.
    Now Carbon brush can be removed from Brush                                                               Belt clip
    holder. (Fig. 3)

 Fig. 3

                 A                             [Brush holder section (View from A)]

                                                brush                                 1. Shift the tail of Torsion spring
                                                                                         onto the notch of Brush holder.
                                                                                      2. Then pull off Receptacle from
                                                                                         Brush holder.
                                                spring                     1    2


 3) Separate Housing (R) from Housing (L) by removing eight PT3x16 Tapping screws.
 4) Remove the assembly of the Hammer case section and the Motor section from Housing (L), then separate the Hammer
     case from the Motor section.
 5) Attach a pair of Vise plate (No.1R041) to vise. Fix Socket 32-50 in vise securely. Then put the Hammer case section
    on Socket 32-50 while fitting the hexagonal portion of Bearing box in Socket 32-50. Fit Socket 30-78 over the hex-
    agonal portion of Hammer case. Then, by turning Socket 30-78 with Torque wrench shaft 20-90N.m (No.1R223) and
    Ratchet head with 12.7mm square (No.1R224) clockwise, the Hammer case section can be disassembled. (Fig. 4)
 Fig. 4

                                            No.1R223                                             Hammer case

                                                                                                 Hammering mechanism
                                      Socket 30-78
                                  Fit socket 30-78 over                                          Internal gear 51
                                  this hex portion.
                                                                                                 O ring 40
                                      Hammer case
      Vise plate                                                                                 Bearing box
                                      Bearing box
                                       Vise plate


          Socket 32-50
                                                                                                               P 7 / 12
 [3] -1. Disassembling/Assembling Hammering Mechanism (cont.)
 6) Install Center Attachment (No.1R346) on Gear Extractor, large (1R045).      Fig. 5
   (Fig. 5)
 7) Set the Gear Extractor on the Hammering mechanism (= assembled unit of                          1R045
    Hammer, Spindle, Spur gears, Steel balls, etc.) as illustrated in Fig. 6.
    Then turn the handle of the Gear Extractor clockwise to lower Hammer to
    the full.                                                                                                  1R346
 8) Align the notch in Hammer with the top of the cam groove on Spindle.
    Then take steel ball 5.6 (2 pcs) out of spindle using tweezers or a slotted
    screwdriver magnetized with Screwdriver Magnetizer (No.1R288). (Fig. 7)

 Fig. 6                                               Fig. 7

          Spindle                                                                  Top of Cam groove
                                                                                   on Spindle


                                                                                              Steel ball 5.6

                                                                                          Notch for
                                                                                          Steel ball insertion

  9) Remove the Gear Extractor by turning the handle counterclockwise.
 10) Remove Spindle, Compression spring 45 and Cup washer 14 from Hammer as illustrated in Fig. 8.
     Important: Be sure to lower the Hammer side so that Steel balls in Hammer cannot fall down and scatter.
 11) Now Steel ball 3.5 can removed from Hammer. There are 26 steel balls in the groove on the inside of Hammer.
     (As illustrated in Fig. 9, the groove is designed to have a space equivalent to one steel ball.)

 Fig. 8                                             Fig. 9


                                                        Steel ball 3.5
                                                             (26 pcs)

                                                                                                space equivalent to
                                                                                                one steel ball
                                                                                                               P 8 / 12
 [3] -1. Disassembling/Assembling Hammering Mechanism (cont.)
 Do the reverse of assembling steps.
 1) Assemble by piling component parts on Bearing box as illustrated in Fig. 10.
 2) Make sure that twenty-six 3.5 Steel balls are in place inside Hammer.
 3) Do not forget to install O ring 40 when assembling Internal gear 51 to Bearing box. (Fig. 11)
 4) Internal gear 51 is not reversible when assembled to Bearing box. Be sure to assemble so that the stepped end of
    the gear face Bearing box. (Fig. 11)
 5) Assemble Hammer case complete to Bearing box as illustrated in Fig. 12.

 Fig. 10                                                        Fig. 11

                                 Hammer case

                                                                                                         Internal gear 51
                                 Hammering mechanism

                                 Internal gear 51                  stepped end
                                 O ring 40
                                 Bearing box
                                                                   O ring 40
                                                                                                          Bearing box

 Fig. 12

    Fit Hammer case complete over Internal gear 51 with                     Then, using No.1R224 and No.1R223,
    the four grooves on the inside of Hammer case complete                  fasten Hammer case complete to
    aligned with the corresponding projections on Internal gear 51.         Bearing box by turning counterclockwise
                                                                            to the recommended torque of 30 - 40 N.m.

                                      Hammer case complete

                                         four grooves on
                                         the inside surface

     Bearing box
                                             Internal gear 51

                                       four projections

           Socket 32-50 for fixing Bearing box
                                                                                                                    P 9 / 12
 [3] -2. Disassembling/Assembling Bit Holder Section
 1) Put Anvil on Pipe 30 (No.1R232). (Fig. 13)
 2) Put your thumb on the top of Sleeve so that Compression spring 13 does not pop out of Sleeve. (Fig. 14)
 3) While expanding Ring spring 11 using Retaining ring S and R pliers (No.1R291). raise the opposite side of the Ring
    spring with index finger. (Fig. 14)
 4) Now the bit holder section can be disassembled as illustrated in Fig. 15.
 Fig. 13                                    Fig. 14

                                                       Raise this side
                                                       with index finger.             Ring spring 11



   Hammer case

                                                                                                   Expand Ring spring 11
                                                      Put your thumb on                            using No.1R291.
                                                      the top of Sleeve.

 ASSEMBLING                                         Fig. 15

 Do the reverse of disassembling steps.                Flat washer 12       Sleeve   Hammer case       Nylon washer Anvil
 Do not forget to mount Nylon washer. (Fig. 15)

                                                        Compression spring 13                              Steel ball 3.5

 [3] -3. Disassembling/Assembling Motor Section
 DISASSEMBLING                                      Fig. 16

 1) Separate the assembly of Armature and Yoke
     unit from the machine.
    (Refer to 1) to 4) of [3] -1. Disassembling
     Hammering Mechanism.)
 2) Put the assembly of Yoke unit and Armature
     on a work bench so that the drive end of the
    Armature touches the work bench.
    Then separate Yoke unit from armature by
    pressing it down towards the work bench.
   (Fig. 16).

                                                      Yoke unit
                                                                                                                P 10/ 12
 [3] -3. Disassembling/Assembling Motor Section (cont.)
 Do the reverse of disassembling steps.
 1) Yoke unit is not reversible when assembled to Armature. Be sure to assemble so that the notch in Yoke unit is positioned
    on the drive-end of Armature. If assembled wrong, the Motor section cannot be assembled to Housing (L). (Fig. 17)
 2) Because Yoke unit is a strong magnet, when assembling Armature to Yoke unit, be sure to hold the commutator portion
     as illustrated to left in Fig. 18. Do not hold the Armature core as illustrated to right or your fingers will be pinched
     between Yoke unit and the fan of Armature that is pulled strongly by the magnet force.
 Fig. 17                                       Fig. 18

      [Correct]             [Wrong]                      [Correct]                               [Wrong]

                                                                                       Your fingers can be pinched
                                                                                       and injured.

 3) When assembling the Motor section to Housing (L), Fig. 19
    fit the notch in Yoke unit onto the projection on
    Housing (L) (Fig. 19)                                     Notch                 Projection       Housing (L)

                                                                                                                case side
                                                                                                                  P 11/ 12
Circuit    diagram

   Color index of lead wires' sheath
    Black                                                         Brush holder
    Red                                                           complete       Light circuit
    Orange                                                                                                         LED




Wiring  diagram
 [1] Lead Wire of Carbon Brush                                                         A
 As illustrated to left in Fig. 20, put each Carbon brush into
 Brush holder so that its lead wire is placed outside.
 Then route the lead wire of Carbon brush through the
 outside slot in Brush holder as illustrated to left in Fig. 20.
 (Illustrations in Fig. 20 is the Carbon brush section viewed from A.)

 Fig. 20

                            [Correct]                                                      [Wrong]
                                   Lead wire of Carbon brush

                                   Route the lead wire of
                                   Carbon brush through this
                                   outside slot in Brush holder.

                                       Tail of torsion spring
                                       Torsion spring
                                       Tail of torsion spring

                                                                                                 The lead wire routed
                                                                                                 wrong may interfere
             The lead wire correcltly routed                                                     the tail of Torsion
                                                                                                              P 12/ 12
Wiring   diagram
 [2] Wiring in Housing
 Fig. 21

    [2] -1. Lead Wires of LED
    As illustrated below, fix the two lead wires (red and black) of LED
    with lead wire holders, and route them between the pin and the boss.
                               lead wire holder



    lead wire holder
                                                                           Fit the corner of LED in this
                                                                           corresponding corner of Housing (L).

           boss                                               Be sure that the lead wires
                                                              of LED are tight here.

                                                  Do not cross the lead wires of LED here.

    Light circuit

    [2] -2. Other Lead Wires

                  Brush holder complete

    Assemble each Connecting                            20

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