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    GE Fanuc AutomationComputer Numerical Control ProductsSeries 15 / 150 – Model BConnection Manual (Hardware)GFZ-62073E/04November 1998

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    GFL-001Warnings, Cautions, and Notesas Used in this PublicationWarningWarning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous voltages, currents,temperatures, or other conditions that could cause personal injury exist in this equipment ormay be associated with its use.In situatio...

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    B–62073E/04DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEs–1DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEThis manual includes safety precautions for protecting the user and preventing damage to themachine. Precautions are classified into Warning and Caution according to their bearing on safety.Also, su...

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    Table of ContentsB–62073E/04c–1DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEs–1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. GENERAL1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. CONFIGURATI...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSB–62073E/04c–24.2CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR SERIES 15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/TTFB/MFB, SERIES 150–TB/MB/TTB (IN CASE OF ANALOG SPINDLE)80. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR SERIES 15–MB OR SERIES 150–MB (IN CASE OF MULTIPLE AXIS)83. . . ...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSB–62073E/04c–36.3.9Digital Input/Output Module143. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.3.10Correspondence between I/O Signals and Addresses in a Module145. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.3.11Number of ...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSB–62073E/04c–47.3MANUAL PULSE GENERATOR INTERFACE238. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4REMOTE BUFFER INTERFACE (RS–232–C)240. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.5REMOTE BUFFER INTER...

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    B–62073E/041. GENERAL11 GENERALThis manual describes the electrical and structural specifications requiredfor connecting the CNC control units, FANUC Series 15–MODELB/Series 150–MODEL B, with a machine tool, and covers the equipmentshown in the configuration diagram in Chapter 2. When usin...

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    B–62073E/041. GENERAL27. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSThis chapter describes the connection of the CNC to peripherals.APPENDIXThis appendix contains an explanation of the CNC control unit,external dimensions of the display apparatus and details on the 20–pininterface connectors and cables.Thi...

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    B–62073E/041. GENERAL3Manuals related to FANUC Series 15/150–MODEL B are as follows.This manual is marked with an asterisk (*).List of manuals related to Series 15/150–MODEL BManual NameSpecificationNumberFANUC Series 15–TB/TFB/TTB/TTFB DESCRIPTIONSB–62072EFANUC Series 15/150–MODEL B...

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    B–62073E/042. CONFIGURATION42 CONFIGURATIONThe following figure (see next page) shows the configuration of theelectrical system of the machine tool with which the Series 15–B is used.This manual describes how to connect the units illustrated in this diagram.The machine tool body, machine oper...

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    B–62073E/042. CONFIGURATION5(7.9)(7.10)(6.2, 6.3,6.4, 6.7)(6.4, 6.5, 6.6)NOTE1 Refer to the “FANUC I/O Unit–Model A Connecting Maintenance Manual (B–61813E).” or the“FANUC I/O Unit–Model B Connecting Manual (B–62163E).”2 Refer to the “FANUC AC Servo Motor α series Description...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION63 INSTALLATION

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION7The peripheral units, such as the control unit and CRT/MDI, have beendesigned on the assumption that they are housed in closed cabinets. Inthis manual “cabinet” refers to the following:(1) Cabinet manufactured by the machine tool builder for housing thecontrol un...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION8AmbienttemperatureIn operation: 0 to 55°C (when a PCB with internal hard disk is not mounted)In operation: 5 to 50°C (when a PCB with internal hard disk is mounted)In storage and transportation: –20 to 60°CHumidityRelative humidity: 95% or less, no condensation a...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION9The power capacity of the CNC control unit, which in this section meansthe specification required for the power supply, is obtained by adding thepower capacity of the control section and the power capacity of the servosection.The power capacity of the control section ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION10When a cabinet is designed, it must satisfy the environmental conditionsdescribed in Section 3.1. In addition, the magnetic interference on theCRT screen, noise resistance, and maintenance requirements must beconsidered. The cabinet is design must meet the followin...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION11(9) The CRT screen can be distorted by magnetic interference.Arranging magnetic sources must be done with care.If magnetic sources (such as transformers, fan motors,electromagnetic contactors, solenoids, and relays) are located near theCRT display, they frequently di...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION12NOTEWhen a PCB with built–in hard disk is used, erroneousoperation or unexpected accidents may damage the datastored on the hard disk even if the PCB is used under thecorrect environment. To be extra sure, back up importantdata from the hard disk. If the power is t...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION13The purpose of the thermal design of the cabinet is to limit the differencein temperature between the air in the cabinet and the outside air to 10°Cor less when the temperature in the cabinet increases.The internal air temperature of the cabinet increases when the u...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION146 W/m2/°C 4 m2) 9.1 W/°C+ 33.1 W/°CThe calculated value verifies that even if the internal heat is 320 W, thetemperature rise can be limited to less than 10°C.See Section 3.5 for installing the heat exchanger.NameHeatlossRemarksControl unitBasic unit (4 slots)60W...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION15NameRemarksHeatlossConnection unit Connection unit 135WConnection unit 1+260WOperator’spanelOperator’s panel connection unit30WI/O unit model AAIF01A, AIF01B1.2Wmodel AAID32A, AID32B1.2W) 0.23W number of ON pointsAID16A, AID16B0.1W) 0.21W number of ON pointsAID32...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION16Table 3.5 lists the heat exchangers.Cooling fins A, B and C are not provided with a fan. Note that a fan motoris required for any of these cooling fins when it is used as a heat exchanger.Table 3.5 List of heat exchangersNameOrdering specificationCoolingcapacitySize...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION17CabinetCooling finOutside airflowInside airflowFig. 3.5.1 (b) Internal view of cooling finThe cooling fin can be installed in two ways, as shown in Fig. 3.5.1 (b).The following lists the general precautions to be observed when using thecooling fins :1) The fans are n...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION18External dimensionsMounting metalsfor cooling fins4–M4Mounting screw4–M4Mounting screwfor fan mounting platePanel cut drawing(Attached tothe cooling fins.Its height is 20mm)Terminalblock for fanmotor G–04Mounting diagram (example)Fan mountingplateFan motorCooli...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION19External dimensionsPanel cut drawingMounting diagram (example)Mounting holefor fan motor4–M4Terminal block for fan motor G–04(Attached to the cooling fins.Its height is 20 mm)External shape ofcooling fins.(Mounting holefor fan motor)6–6 dia hole orM5 stud boltS...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION20External dimensionsPanel cut diagramMounting diagram (example)6–M4Mounting holefor fan motorExternal shapeof cooling fins.(Mounting holefor fan motor)6–6 dia hole orM5 stud boltMounting stud for cooling fins(Attached to the cooling fins)8–6 dia.Mounting holeMou...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION21External Dimensions of Finger GuardExternal Dimensions of ExternalCooling FanLotNo.Weight: 0.65 kgholeAir inletPackingPower terminalM4 screwAC200 V 50 HzAC200 V/220 V60 Hz48 WAir outletConnector for externalcooling fanCooling fin: About 6 kg (Excluding attached parts...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION22Heat exchangerInsideOutsideAir outletAir outlet(1)Air inletPrepare mountingscrews and mount-ing panel.External cooling fan (attached)Finger guard (attached)(1) Use M5 screws to mount the heat exchanger.(2) Be careful with air flow when securing the external cooling f...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION23Refer to these figures for allocation of CRT/MDI and heat exchanger.370Min35370Min35370Min35Horizontal type CRT/MDI onlyHorizontal type CRT/MDIand machine operator’s panelVertical type CRT/MDI onlySide viewTop viewCRT/MDIHeat exchangerInsideOutsideFig. 3.5.2 (c) Al...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION24The heat pipe type heat exchanger is used for cooling the airtight cabinetof small sized electronic devices. It is a compact, lightweight, andheat–efficient unit. Because the fan is built–in, it is used simply byinstalling it, performing the “panel cut” ope...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION25(2) External dimensionsAIR FLOWPower sourceterminal M4Earth terminalM4External fan unitInternal fan unitAIR FLOW(Installation board thickness)Fig. 3.5.3.1 (a) External dimensions diagram of heat pipe type heat transformer

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION26(3) Panel cut dimensionsHOLE6–f 6 or stud welder (M4)1801753–f 52142.5190190187.5Fig. 3.5.3.1 (b) External dimensions diagram of panel cut(4) Installation methodPlease install the heater exchanger by the following sequence:(Fig. 1)(Fig. 2)Heat exchangermain unitI...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION27(a) Take out the external fan unit from the heat exchanger main unit.(Fig. 1)Detach the external fan unit installation screws A (2 pieces), takeout the unit from the main unit by sliding it down, and detach theearth cable and the power cable to the fan. Also detach ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION28(c) Protect the filter from silting due to dust by blowing air on bothsides.(d) When dirt is conspicuous, press wash with a neutral detergent, rinsewith clean water, and allow to dry naturally. When replacing,replace with the same product.(e) To install, insert the ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION29(ii)Cleaning heat exchanger fanDetach the heat exchanger from the unit and either blow off withair, wipe off with a dry cloth, or brush the accumulated dirt,condensation, etc.When the dirt is especially severe(1) Detach the internal fan unit, the terminal unit, and t...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION30The CNC has been steadily reduced in size using surface–mount andcustom LSI technologies for electronic components. The CNC also isdesigned to be protected from external noise. However, it is difficult tomeasure the level and frequency of noise quantitatively, an...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION31GroupActionSignal lineCCable between the CNC andservo amplifierBind the cables in group Cseparately from group A orcovergroupCwithanCable for position and velocityfeedbackcover group C with anelectromagnetic shield. Cable between the CNC andspindle amplifierSeparat...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION32Signal ground systemFrame ground systemSystem ground systemDistribution boardPowermagneticsunitServo amplifierCNCcontrol unitPower magneticscabinetMachine toolOperator’s panelWARNINGNotes on connecting the ground systemsD Connect the signal ground with the frame gr...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION33(a) Control unitControl unitSignalground (SG)M4(Only threadhole)M3(With thread)Ground cable Wire with a sectionalarea 2 mm2 or moreGround plate ofthe cabinetSystem groundGround cableSGM3PCBConnect the 0 V line of the electronic circuit in the control unit with thegro...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION34(b) CRT unit9″ PDP9″ CRT9.5″ LCD10.4″ LCD(Rear side)M5 studf14″CRTf(Rear side)M4 stud(c) Connection unit 1/2f×M4 screw(d) Operator’s panel connection unitGround install boardf×

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION35(e) Tape raeder unitM5 studf(Rear side)fM5 stud(Rear side)Tape reader with reelTape reader without reel(f) I/O Unit model AM4 terminalfor groundM3 terminalfor ground (SG)M4 mount holefor groundABU05A, ABU10AABU05B, ABU10BGround the terminals for (ABU05A, ABU05B, ABU1...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION36The AC/DC solenoid and relay are used in the power magnetics cabinet.A high pulse voltage is caused by coil inductance when these devices areturned on or off.This pulse voltage induced through the cable causes the electronic circuitsto be disturbed.To reduce the puls...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION37The CNC cables that require shielding should be clamped by the methodshown below. This cable clamp treatment is for both cable support andproper grounding of the shield. To insure stable CNC system operation,follow this cable clamp method.Partially peel out the she...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION38Machine sideinstallationboardControl RackGround plateMetal fittingsfor clampShield coverFig. 3.6.5 (b) Cable clamp (2)Prepare ground plate like the following figure.Ground terminal(grounded)Hole for securing metal fitting clampMount screw holeFig. 3.6.5 (c) Ground pl...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION3920mm12mm8mmGround plateFig. 3.6.5 (d) Ground plate holes Ground plate(Reference) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clamp.6mm28mm17mmMax. 55mmFig. 3.6.5 (e) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clampOrdering specification for metal fittings for clampA02B–0118–K...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION40Printed circuit boards used for control of Series 15–B is mounted in a rackequipped with several slots.ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION41ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION42ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION43AIR FLOWAIR FLOWunit [mm]502503050172Fig. 3.7.1 (d)

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION44The part program, offset data and system parameters are stored in theCMOS memory of the control unit and they are retained even while themain power is cut off. The power of the memory is backed up by a lithiumbattery which is mounted on the front panel of the power ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION45Before you replace the battery, turn the machine tool (CNC) ON and makean emergency stop.Replacing the battery involves opening the cabinet with the power stillON. So, only personnel trained in maintenance and safety procedures mayreplace batteries.When you open the ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION46(4) Remove the connector from the battery.PC boardconnectorBATTERYBatteryCable connectorFront panel of htepower supply unitFig. 3.7.3 (b) Replacing the battery (2)(5) Replace the battery and reconnect the connector.(6) Install the battery case.(7) Turn off the Series...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION47Power supply unitunit [mm]Fig. 3.8.1 (a)(1) Above diagram shows the grid of connector location.Control board may not have all connectors as shown above.For actual connector layout of each board, please see the connectorlayout diagrams in Fig. 3.8.1 (c) – (s).3.8CAB...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION48(2) For the power supply unit, please see Fig. 3.8.1 (b–1) and (b–2).Minislotunit [mm]Fig. 3.8.1 (b–1) Power unit connector layoutFor power unit A02B–0162–H101 and –H102

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION49unit [mm]Fig. 3.8.1 (b–2) Power unit connector layoutFor power unit A02B–0162–H107 and –H108

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION50POS.FUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGLED INDICATORSMEMORY CARD I/FSERIAL I/O LINKIOLINK JD1AFig. 3.8.1 (c) PMC board

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION51UPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGSPDL-1JA7APOS.FUNCTIONFUNCTIONSERIAL SPINDLE 1(POSITION CODER–1)SERVO AMP 1SERVO AMP 2SERVO AMP 3SERVO AMP 4PULSE CODER 1PULSE CODER 2PULSE CODER 3PULSE CODER 4LINEAR SCALE 1LINEAR SCALE 2LINEAR SCALE 3LINEAR SCALE 4ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION52FUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGLED INDICATORSSERIAL PORT 9SERIAL PORT 4HIGH SPEED DI–2ANALOG INPUTPOSITION CODER–2ANALOG OUT–2APC BATTERYSERVO AMP 5SERVO AMP 6SERVO AMP 7SERVO AMP 8PULSE CODER 5PULSE CODER 6PULSE CODER 7PULSE CODER 8LINEAR SCALE 5LIN...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION53FUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGLED INDICATORSCRT DISPLAYRS232C PORT3RS422 PORT1POS.With only graphicfunctionWith graphicfunction andcommunicationfunctionWith only communicationfunctionFig. 3.8.1 (f) Option 1 boardNOTEThe communication function refers to th...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION54FUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGLEDsHard disk interfaceFloppy disk interfaceGraphic busPOS.Keyboard interfaceRS–422 interfaceCentronics interfaceRS–232C interface, channel 1RS–232C interface, channel 2Fig. 3.8.1 (g) MMC–II CPU boardNOTEThe MMC–II ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION55FUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGLEDsGraphic busCRT interfaceNot usedPOS.Fig. 3.8.1 (h) MMC–II graphic board

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION56LEDsVIDEO output (CNC side)Video inputSerial port 6Serial port 7Serial port 8FUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGPOS.Fig. 3.8.1 (i) MMC–III CPU board

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION57FUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGLEDsCRT I/FMDI I/FSerial bort 1Serial bort 2Manual pulse generator I/FHigh DI I/FBattery backup forboard replacementMultiple axis–BusPOS.Fig. 3.8.1 (j) Multiple main CPU board

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION58LEDsSerial port 9Serial port 4High speed DI I/FAnalog inputFUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGPOS.Fig. 3.8.1 (k) Multiple SUB CPU board

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION59FUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGLEDsOperation check input 1Operation check input 2Operation check input 3Operation check input 4Near zero inputSerial spindle 2Analog spindle 2APC BatteryServo amplifier 1Servo amplifier 2Servo amplifier 3Servo amplifier 4Pul...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION60LEDsFUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGPOS.Multiple axis–BusFig. 3.8.1 (m) Multiple buffer board

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION61FUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGLEDsSTATUS/ALARMÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION62FUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION63ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION64ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION65ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION66LEDsSTATUSRotary switchSWLEDsAL2 1High–speed serial bus interfaceHSSBCOP7Mini slot interfaceJNAMFUNCTIONUPPER LINEMARKINGLOWER LINEMARKINGLEFT LINEMARKINGRIGHT LINEMARKINGFig. 3.8.1 (s) HSSB interface board

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION673.8.2Cable Lead–in forStand–alone Cabinet A

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION683.8.3Cable Lead–in forStand–alone Cabinet B

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION693.8.4Cable Lead–in forAdditional Cabinet A

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION70AboutAbout 130°3.9MAINTENANCEAREA3.9.1Maintenance Area forSelf–standing A TypeCabinet

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION71AboutÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃAbout 130°3.9.2Maintenance Area forSelf–standing B TypeCabinet

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    B–62073E/043. INSTALLATION72AboutAbout3.9.3Maintenance Area forAdditional Cabinet A

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION734 TOTAL CONNECTION

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION744.1CONNECTIONDIAGRAM FORSERIES15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/TTFB/MFB, SERIES150–TB/MB/TTB (IN CASE OF SERIALSPINDLE)4.1.1Connection Diagramfor Series15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/TTFB/MFB, Series150–TB/MB/TTB (When LCD/MDI Unitwith Built–in GraphicFunctions is not Used)

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION75α SERIESSERIALINTERFACESPINDLEÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÑÑÑÑÑÑ2ND SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALE3RD SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALE4TH SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALEÎÎÎÎÎÎSCALESERIAL PULSE CODER1ST SERVOMOTORAC100VAC200VEMERGENCY STOPÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION76ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎSUB BOARDOPTION 1CRT(JA1)To CRT (In case of graphic display)6TH AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALE7TH AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALE8TH AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALEAMP2(JV6)ENC2(JF6)SCALE2(JF26)AMP3(JV7)AM...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION774.1.2Connection Diagramfor Series15–TB/TTB/MB (When LCD/MDI Unitwith Built–in GraphicFunctions is Used)

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION78: :EMERGENCY STOPCRT(JA1)MDI(JA2)R232–1(JD5A)R232–2(JD5B)MPG(JA3)HDI–1(JA5A)SPDL–1(JA7A)APCBAT(JA4A)POWER SUPPLYMPGAC–IN (CP1)AC–OUT(CP2)AC–OUT(CP3)ON/OFF(CP4)+24V(CP5)+24E(CP6)PMC BOARDON/OFFCP5JN1JA2RS232C I/O DEVICEHIGH SPEED DI 4CN11ST SERVO AM...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION795TH SERVO AMPSUB BOARDR232–9(JD5J)ÌÌÌÌÌÌRS–232–C I/O DEVICEÌÌÌÌÌÌRS–422 I/O DEVICEANALOG I/O 4HIGH SPEED DI 4ÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌR422–4(JD6D)A–IN(JA6)HDI–2 (JA5B)SPDL–2 (JA7B)ASPDL–2(JA8B)ÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌEMERGENCY STOPCN1APC BATTERYS...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION804.2CONNECTIONDIAGRAM FORSERIES15–TB/TTB/MB/TFB/TTFB/MFB, SERIES150–TB/MB/TTB (IN CASE OFANALOG SPINDLE)

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION81ÑÑ2ND SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALEÌPOWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)AC–OUT(CP2)AC–OUT(CP3)ON/OFF(CP4)+24V(CP5)+24E(CP6)ÑÑPMC BOARDMEM CARD(CNMC)IOLINK(JD1A)MAIN CPUCRT(JA1)MDI(JA2)R232–1(JD5A)R232–2(JD5B)MPG(JA3)HDI–1(JA5A)SPDL–1(JA7A)ASPDL–1(JA8A)...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION826TH AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALESUB BOARDR232–9(JD5J)R422–4(JD6D)A–IN(JA6)HDI–2(JA5B)SPDL–2(JA7B)ASPDL–2(JA8B)APCBAT(JA4B)AMP1(JV5)ENC1(JF5)SCALE1(JF25)AMP2(JV6)ENC2(JF6)SCALE2(JF26)AMP3(JV7)ENC3(JF7)SCALE3(JF27)AMP4(JV8)ENC4(JF8)SCALE4(JF28...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION834.3CONNECTIONDIAGRAM FORSERIES 15–MB ORSERIES 150–MB (IN CASE OFMULTIPLE AXIS)

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION84ÑÑÒPOWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)AC–OUT(CP2)AC–OUT(CP3)ON/OFF(CP4)+24V(CP5)+24E(CP6)ÑÑPMC BOARDMEM CARD(CNMC)I/O LINK(JD1A)MAIN CPU BOARDCRT(JA1)MDI(JA2)R232–1(JD5A)R232–2(JD5B)MPG(JA3)HDI–1(JA5A)MAX BUS(JNC)SUB CPU BOARDR232–9(JD5J)R422–4(JD6D)A–I...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION852ND AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALEPOWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)1ST CPU BOARDSPDL–1(JA7A)ASPDL–1(JA8A)APCBAT(JA4)AMP1(JV1)ENC1(JF1)SCALE1(JF21)AMP2(JV2)ENC2(JF2)SCALE2(JF22)AMP3(JV3)ENC3(JF3)SCALE3(JF23)AMP4(JV4)ENC4(JF4)SCALE4(JF24)ADDS1(JF61)ADDS2(JF62)AD...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION86NOTESome connections in the above diagram may not beprovided, depending on the system configuration.4.3.3Additional Cabinet (In Case of AnalogSpindle Interface)

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION87ADDITIONALCABINET2ND AXIS SERVO AMP/MOTOR/PULSE CODER/SCALEPOWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)1ST CPU BOARDSPDL–1(JA7A)ASPDL–1(JA8A)APCBAT(JA4)AMP1(JV1)ENC1(JF1)SCALE1(JF21)AMP2(JV2)ENC2(JF2)SCALE2(JF22)AMP3(JV3)ENC3(JF3)SCALE3(JF23)AMP4(JV4)ENC4(JF4)SCALE4(JF24)ADDS1(J...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION88Instead of the two flat cables employed by the F15–A (used with multiaxismachines), a 96–core cable is used to connect the control unit to theadditional locker. The cable length, however, is the same as that of theF15–A (1.5 m).1.5–m 96–core cable (sup...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION89POWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)AC–OUT(CP2)AC–OUT(CP3)ON/OFF(CP4)+24V(CP5)ÑÑÑÑMain CPU BOARDMDI(JA2)200–240VAC POWERSUPPLYKEYBOARD UNITÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑ ÑON/OFFCN2CN1CNK1ÒÒÒÒCRT/MDIUNITMMC–IIGRAPHIC BOARDCRT(JA1)PW2JD7AJD7BHARDDISKUNITCASSETTESTREAMER U...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION90NOTE1 The above diagram shows the connections between the MMC–II and peripheral devices. Fordetails of the other connections, see 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3.2 The MMC–II CPU (A02B–0120–J202), which requires three RS–232C channels, uses JD6 asan RS–232C port.3 ...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION91POWER SUPPLYAC–IN(CP1)AC–OUT(CP2)AC–OUT(CP3)ON/OFF(CP4)+24V(CP5)MINI SLOTEXTERNAL HARDDISK INTERFACESCSI(JD19)ÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑMAIN CPU BOARDMDI(JA2)AC200V–240V POWERSUPPLYÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑON/OFFCN2CN1CNK1ÒÒÒÒÒÒCRT/MDIUNITOPTION 1 BOAR...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION92ŠŠŠON/OFFCN2CN1CNK1CRT/MDIUNITAC200V–240VPOWER SUPPLYPOWER SUPPLYAC–IN (CP1)AC–OUT (CP2)AC–OUT (CP3)ON/OFF (CP4)+24V (CP5)ŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠŠÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌMAIN CPU BOARDMDI (JA2)ÌÌÌOption 1 BOARDCRT (JA1) ÌÌ...

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    B–62073E/044. TOTAL CONNECTION93NOTE1 The above diagram shows the connections between the MMC–IV and peripheral devices. Fordetails of the other connections, see 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3.2 Devices marked by an asterisk “*” are used only for application download only. These devicescannot be used ...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION945 POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION95CP1 (AC INPUT 200V to 240V)F2 (AC INPUT FUSE)CP3 (AC OUTPUT)Key locationPIL (PILOT LAMP)ALM (ALARM LAMP)CP4 (POWER CONTROL)6–pin connectorCP6 (+24E OUTPUT)F4 (+24E FUSE 5A)F3 (+24V FUSE 3.2A)CP5 (+24V OUTPUT)CP8 (BATTERY)CP2 (AC OUTPUT...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION96CP1 (AC INPUT 200V to 240V)GSR321G200B200A321G200B200A321+VB0V120V+24V3210V+24E321FBFAALB3B2B1COMOFFONA3A2A1F3 (+24V FUSE)AI 3.2ABI 5.0ACP3 (AC OUTPUT)Key locationPIL (PILOT LAMP)CP6 (+24E FUSE 5A)F4 (+24E FUSE 5A)CP5 (+24V OUTPUT)CP8 (...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION97The power supply unit of the Series 15–B has the power on/off controlfunction. The power supply unit of the Series 15–B therefore does notneed an input unit, which is necessary for the power supply unit of theSeries 15–A, to contr...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION98AMP (Japan)2–178288–3 (Housing)1–175218–5 (Contact)AMP (Japan)1–178288–33 (Housing)1–175218–5 (Contact)9″ monochrome CRT (only 1 unit)9″ PDP9.5″ LCD10.4″ LCD(1) CP1The AC input connector for the control unit. Th...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION99Example) When a device of 200/220 VAC (which does not accept 240V) is connected to CP2, the AC input specification for CP1is also 200/220 VAC.The total AC output from CP2 and CP3 is up to 2.5 A.When the capacity is insufficient, see sect...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION100(5) CP6The connector for the +24 VDC power output for the machineinterface I/O (connection unit, operator’s panel connection unit, etc.).The DC output supplied from CP6 is up to 3 A.The power supply unit of the Series 15–B has the ...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION101When the A14B–0076–B001 is used as an input unit, connect the inputunit to the power supply unit as shown below.XTP2CP2(6P, black)PAPBRSGR, S, GMagnetic contactor0.3A200/220 VAC with poweron/off controlledONOFFTP1EONEOFCOMFAFBCP1Ser...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION102(2) For multiaxis machinesWhen using multi–axis machines, be sure to use the input unit as twopower supply units are controlled.When A14B–0076–B401 (15–MB for multiaxis machines) is used asthe input unit, it is connected to the...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION103Through the CP2 and CP3 connectors, the power supply unit can outputa total AC current of up to 2.5 A subject to power on/off is control. When the number of connectors or the capacity of the output from thepower unit is insufficient, th...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION104Power ON the power supplies in the following order or simultaneously:1 Power supply (200 VAC) for entire machine tool2 Power supply (I/O Unit–MODEL A, etc.) for slave I/Odevices connected via I/O Link and power supply (24 VDC)for ser...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION105Input PCBInput fuse for servo amp.Input fuse for control unitInput Unit(A14B–0076–B004, B005, B008)(1) Terminal Unit TP1AC200/220V 3f 60Hzor AC200V 3f 50HzGNDfffUVWfM5 screw Terminal ×4These terminals are for AC power input. The c...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION106(2) Terminal Unit TP2fffEONEOFCOMfFAfFBM5 screw Terminal ×5(a) EON, EOF, COM : External power supply ON/OFF TerminalThe external power ON/OFF terminal is used to turn on and off thepower supplied from outside the control unit. The co...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION107(b) FA and FB: Fuse alarm signalA short circuit occurs between FA and FB if the fuse used in thepower unit of the NC blows or if an overvoltage or overcurrent isdetected at the DC output of the power unit. FA and FB are alsoshort–ci...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION108(b) EMGIN1, 2 Note 1)Connect to the 100–VAC (MCC) terminals of the servo amplifier,as shown below:Standalone cabinetEMGIN1EMGIN2To MCC terminals ofthe servo amplifier inthe standalone cabinetPrepare an external 100–VAC powersource...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION109The following units can be mounted in the standalone cabinet. Necessarycontrol unit PCB connections are completed at the factory.UnitPCBConnectorFunctionRemark9″ monochromeCRT unitPSU MAIN MAINCP5 JA1 JA2DC24V CRT MDINote 1)Connectio...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION110Input Unit (A14B–0076–B411)5.4CONNECTION OFINPUT UNIT FORSTANDALONECABINET B5.4.1Input Unit Layout

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION111(1) Terminal Unit TB2 (M4 terminal)(a) R, SThese terminals are for single–phase 200/220 VAC input to devicesto which power is supplied from the control unit (main andadditional lockers) and the input unit.(b) 200A, 200B Note)These te...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION112EON–COMEOF–COMTofonToffTon(Power ON)(Power OFF)Ton y 500msecToff y 500msecTofon y 5msecThe time chart of external power supply ON/OFF signalThe contacts used for turning on and off the external power mustconform to the following sp...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION113D FA, FB: Fuse alarm output signal (B1 to B3)A short circuit occurs between FA and FB if the fuse used in thepower unit of the NC blows or if an overvoltage or overcurrent isdetected at the DC output of the power unit. FA and FB are a...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION114(e) Connector CP95, CP96These terminals are for ON/OFF–controlled, single–phase200/220 VAC output. They are used for power supply to externalunits. The rating of each terminal must be set such that the total ofthe ratings of CP92...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION115ElectromagneticContactorFuse for servo amp.SparkKillerGNDLC2U V WSK2F17 F18 F19Terminal unitT1GNDTAfNOTETerminal unit T1 is not installed when using theA02B–0075–J141 or –J144 input terminal.5.5CONNECTION OFINPUT UNIT FO...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION116Input unit order drawing numbers and unit drawing numbersunit order drawing numberunit drawing numberA02B–0075–J141, –J144A02B–0075–C006A02B–0075–J142, –J145A02B–0075–C007(1) Connection of three–phase power for th...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION117Previous cabinet(the cabinetconnected beforethat beingconsidered)Previous cabinet(the cabinetconnected beforethat beingconsidered)Previous cabinet(the cabinetconnected beforethat beingconsidered)Previous cabinet(the cabinetconnected bef...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUT UNIT CONNECTION118EMERGENCY stopContactorAC100 V(b) Terminal 5 to 8These terminals are for ON/OFF–controlled single–phase 200 JACinput, used for controlling the electromagnetic contactors for thecabinet fan and servo amplifier power. Connections ar...

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    B–62073E/045. POWER SUPPLY UNIT AND INPUTUNIT CONNECTION119(c) Terminal 9 to 12These terminals are for the door interlock. The connections are asfollows:When the door interlock(A02B–0075–J052) is specified,these connections are made atthe factory.These terminals receive the doorinterlock s...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE1206 CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACE

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE121The Series 15–B can be combined with the units shown in the table belowas I/O units for the machine interface.The I/O units for the FANUC I/O Link are installed separately from thecontrol unit, and connected with the control unit usi...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE122Series 15–BControl UnitFANUCI/O LinkFANUC Link Compatible I/OFANUCI/O LinkI/O Unit– MODEL AI/O Unit– MODEL AOperator’spanel con-nectionunitMachineOpera-tor’sPanelMachine ToolFig. 6.1 FANUC I/O Link compatible I/O

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE123In the I/O Link there are the master station and its slave stations. Themaster is the control unit of the CNC, and the slaves are the I/O unit andinterface unit for the operator’s panel. The slaves are divided into groups,and up to...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE124Connectionunit 2Connectionunit 1JD1AÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎMagneticcircuitFANUC I/O Unit – MODEL A ×2 maxÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎÎUp to 16groupsJD1B Operator’s panelJD1A connection unitÎÎÎÎÎÎ...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE125Control unit or preceding slave unitNext slaveunit+5 V terminals are for an optical I/O link adapter. They are not necessarywhen connecting with a metal cable.CABLE WIRINGSOUT*SOUTSIN*SIN0V0V0V0VSIN*SINSOUT*SOUT0V0V0V0V123411121314341...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE126The FANUC I/O Link can be extended to the maximum length of 200 m(when a relay is not used) with optical fiber cables using an optical I/Olink adapter.NOTEIn the following cases, use an optical fiber cable.D When the cable is more than...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE127(3) Connection(a) Connection diagramCOP1JD1 ↑Connectingcable betweenunits ↑Opticalcable ↑Connectingcable betweenunitsJD1AJD1COP1UnitJD1BUnit ↑Optical I/Olink adapter ↑Optical I/Olink adapter(b) Interunit connecting cables(1) ...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE128NOTEThe minimum bending radius of the optical fiber cable is 25mm. Take care not to excessively twist the optical fibercable.(4) Maximum number of stagesWhen a conventional optical I/O link adapter (standard type) is usedon the I/O lin...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE129(7) Required parts(a) For making up an I/O link using the optical link adapter, thefollowing parts are necessary:(i) Optical I/O link adapter2(ii)Interunit connecting cable2(iii)Optical cable1(8) Relay using the optical fiber connectio...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE130(c) Maximum transfer distance over the optical fiber cableThe following table shows the maximum transfer distance over theoptical fiber cable. This distances varies according to the numberof relay connections made using the connection ...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE131The FANUC I/O Unit–MODEL A (“I/O unit”) is a modular–type I/O unit.It interfaces the Series 16/18 with the machine when connected to thecontrol unit of the Series 15–B control unit via the I/O Link. One I/O unitcan be config...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE132f 5 (mounting hole)ABFor 5–slot base unit (ABU05A)253238For 10–slot base unit (ABU10A)430415Interface modules and various types of I/O modules can be mounted toand dismounted from the base unit easily as shown below.(1) Mounting(a)...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE133(2) Dismounting(a) Release the stopper by pushing the lever at the bottom of themodule.(b) Push the module upwards.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE134Series 15–BControl unitJD1AK1XJD1BJD1AJD2CP32I/O Unit–AAIF01ADC24 VK2XK1XJD3JD2CP32I/O Unit–AAIF01BDC24 VTerminator TXJD1BJD1AJD2CP32AIF01ADC24 VK2XK1XJD3JD2CP32AIF01BDC24 VJD1BJD1AJD2CP32AIF01ADC24 VK2XJD3JD2CP32AIF01BDC24 VMax....

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE135NOTE1 Number of I/O Units and connecting method are restricteddepending on the allocation of the I/O points.See 6.2 “Connection of FANUC I/O Link” and 6.3.11“Number of I/O points for the I/O Unit–MODEL A”.2 Cable K1X can be a...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE136(1) Ground the base unit (ABU05A, ABU10A) by its grounding terminalM4 screw terminal for groundingSG terminal(M3 screw terminal)M4 mounting hole for groundingABU05A, ABU10AABU05B, ABU10B6.3.6Grounding

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE137(2) When the cable K1X (see connection diagram in section 6.3.4) runsbetween different cabinets, make sure to connect the cabinets with agrounding wire more than 5.5 mm2.Table 6.3.6 Required current of each moduleMod le nameRequired cu...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE138Details of the cables K1X, K2X and the terminator shown in the generalconnection diagram are as follows.(1) Cable K1XCNC or AIF01AConnector HONDA TSUSINPCR–E20FSAIF01A(a) Use twisted pair wires for signal SIN and *SIN, and signals SO...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE139(i) When the cable is more than 10 meters long.(ii)When the cable runs between different cabinets and there is noappropriate ground wire between the cabinets.(iii)When there is concern that the cable is influenced by strongnoise.(2) Ca...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE140(c) Do not connect the pins No. 10, No. 19 and No. 20, as they are usedinternally.(d) Recommended cable material: A66L–0001–0284#10P (twisted pair/shielded)(e) Maximum cable length: 2 m(3) Terminator TXConnector HONDA TSUSINPCR–E...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE141For an external connecting method, there are two types of I/O modules :one with a terminal block, and one with a connector.Terminal block typeConnector typeConnectorHONDA TSUSINMR–50RMAA0...7B0...7Input/Outputdisplay LEDTerminalblock...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE142(b) Mounting the terminal block(i) Insert the protruding portion at the bottom of the terminal blockin the groove of the module side.(ii)Push the terminal block using the engaging point of theprotruding portion and the groove as an axi...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE143(1) Digital input modulesInput typeModulenameRatedvoltageRatedcurrentPolarityResponsetimePointsExternalconnec-tionLEDdisplayNon–insulationAID32A24 VDC7.5 mABothMaximum20 ms32Connectornotprovidedinsulation DC inputAID32B24 VDC7.5 mABo...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE144(2) Digital output modulesOutputtypeModulenameRatedvoltageRatedcurrentPolarityPointsPoints/commonExternalconnectionLEDdisplayFuseAOD08C2ANEG88TerminalblockprovidedprovidedAOD08D2APOS88TerminalblockprovidedprovidedInsulationtypeDCAOD16C...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE145Address inthe moduleA7A6A5A4A3A2A1A0B7B6B5B4B3B2B1B0C7C6C5C4C3C2C1C0D7D6D5D4D3D2D1D076543210Bit0123Module of 8 pointsModule of16 pointsModule of32 pointsAddresses in a module are defined relatively, with the beginning addressas 0. Rea...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE146However, as a result of the calculation above, when the number ofinput points is not larger than that of the output points in a singlegroup, the number of input points is assumed to be equal to that ofthe output points.Example 1: When ...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE147A connection unit (A20B–1005–0310 or A20B–1003–0200) isconnected to the control unit of the Series 15–B via FANUC I/O Link andused for interfacing with the machine.Electrical interfaces and pin assignment for connectors C01 t...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE148Connection unit 1A20B–1005–0310To the next deviceIf there is no equipment beyond thisconnection unit, JD1A can remain open.Series 15–Bcontrol unit3–pin connector (brown) manufactured byFCI JapanHousing: SMS3PNS–5Contact: RC16...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE149(a) Between CP52 and CP55+5 V+5 V0 V0 V1234+24 V +24 N56Connectors SMS6PN–5+5 V+5 V0 V0 V1234+24 V +24 N56CP52CP55Use a 30/0.18 (0.75 mm2) wire or thicker for the power cable.6.4.1ConnectingConnection Unit 1 andConnection Unit 2

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    CDD1FAP–50–1CDD2FAP–50–1CableConnection Unit 1Connection Unit 2B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE150(b) Between CDD1 and CDD2A010VB010VA010VB010VA02 B02A02B02A03 B03A03B03A040VB04 A040VB04A05B05 A05B05A06 B060VA06B060VA07*D7B07*D6A07*D7B07*D6A08*D5B08*D5A08*D5B08*...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE151Input signals for the connection unit conform to a non–insulation typeinterface. There are two input types: Direct current input signal A anddirect current input signal B.(1) Direct current input signal ADirect current input signal...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE152(2) Direct current input signal BDirect current input signal B is a signal sent from the machine to theCNC and used at high speed.(a) The contacts on the machine must meet the followingrequirements:Contact capacity: 30 VDC, 16 mA or m...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE153The output signals from the connection unit are used for driving relays andlight emitting diodes for indication on the machine. A semiconductorcontact is used as a driver. The output type is direct current output signalA.(1) Direct c...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE154(1) Connection unit 1C01MR–50RMA123456789101112131415161718DIB5DIB1DIB6DI44DI40DI45DI16DI6019202122232425262728293031320VDIB7DIB4DI26DI37DI06DI33DI50DI6251333435363738394041424344454647484950+24DIB2DIB0DIB3COMI1DI32DI36DI31DI35DI30DI...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE155(2) Connection unit 2C09MR–50RMA123456789101112131415161718DI75DI71DI76DI104DI100DI105DID6DI10219202122232425262728293031320VDI177DI174DIE6DIF7DIC6DIF3DI110DI122DI111333435363738394041424344454647484950+24DI172DI170DI173COM12DIF2DIF6...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE156Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect currentinput signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.6.4.5Details of theConnection betweenthe Connection Unitand the Machine

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE157Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect currentinput signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE158Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect currentinput signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.DI82 to DI80 are assigned to two connector pins each.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE159Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect currentinput signal BNOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.The common voltage for DIB7 to DIB0 can be selected from +24 V and 0 V by the wiring o...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE160Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.The common voltages for DO05 to DO00 are connected in connection unit 1 (COM1).The co...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE161Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE162Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.The common voltages for DO21, DO20, and DO37 to DO30 are connected in connection unit...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE163Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.The common voltages for DO22 and DO67 to DO60 are connected in connection unit 1(COM1...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE164C05 (15)Connection unit 1Connector pinnumberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.The common voltages for DO47 to DO40 and DO53 to DO50 are connected in connect...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE165Connection unit 2Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect currentinput signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE166Connection unit 2Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect currentinput signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE167Connection unit 2Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect currentinput signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.DI142 to DI140 are assigned to two connector pins each.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE168Connection unit 2Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect currentinput signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.The common voltage for DI177 to DI170 can be selected from +24 V and 0 V by the wiring...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE169Connection unit 2Connector pinnumberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.The common voltages for DO85 to DO80 are connected in connection unit 2 (COM19).The co...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE170Connection unit 2Connector pinnumberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE171Connection unit 2Connector pinnumberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.The common voltages for DOA1, DOA0, and DOB7 to DOB0 are connected in connection unit2...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE172Connection unit 2Connector pinnumberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.The common voltages for DOA2 and DOE7 to DOE0 are connected in connection unit 2(COM35...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE173Connection unit 2Connector pinnumberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.The common voltages for DOC7 to DOC0 and DOD3 to DOD0 are connected in connectionunit ...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE1746.4.6External View of theConnection Unit

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE175The operator’s panel connection unit (A16B–2200–0660, 0661) isconnected to the Series 15–B control unit through the FANUC I/O Linkand is used for interfacing with the machine operator’s panel.The electric interface and pin la...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE176Input signals for the operator’s panel connection unit conform to anon–insulation type interface. The input type is direct current input signalA.(1) Direct current input signal ADirect current input signal A is a signal sent to th...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE177The output signals from the operator’s panel connection unit are used fordriving lamps and light emitting diodes on the machine operator’s panel.An NPN transistor is used as a driver. The output type is direct currentoutput signal...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE178(b) Output circuitÂÂÂÂÂÂRelayMachineRegulated powersupply on the machineCNC+-Transistor output circuit(c) When an inductive load such as a relay is connected to themachine, mount a spark killer as near the load as possible (20cm ...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE179Note) DI80 to DIB7 can be used only for the A16B–2200–0660.AddressNOTEAddress No. n can be decided by machine tool builders.6.5.3Connector Layout forOperator’s PanelConnection Unit

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE180Note) DO40 to DO77 can be used only for the A16B–2200–0660.AddressNOTEAddress No. n can be decided by machine tool builders.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE181Operator’s panel connection unitConnector terminal numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number p.6.5.4Details of theConnection betweenthe Operator’s PanelConn...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE182Operator’s panel connection unitConnector terminal numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number p.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE183Operator’s panel connection unitConnector terminal numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number p.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE184Operator’s panel connection unitConnector terminal numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number p.

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE185Operator’s panel connection unitConnector terminal numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal AExample of connection(*)+24 V regulatedpower supplyNOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number q.The common v...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE186Operator’s panel connection unitConnector terminal numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal AExample of connection+24 V regulatedpower supplyNOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number q.The common volt...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE187Operator’s panel connection unitConnector terminal numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal AExample of connection+24 V regulatedpower supplyNOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number q.The common volt...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE188Approx.Fig. 6.5.5 External view of operator’s panel connection unitThe following LEDs and fuses are mounted on this printed circuit board.[LEDs]DB1 (GREEN PILOT): Lights when this PCB is ON.DB2 (RED ALARM) :Lights when an error occu...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE189The source output operator’s panel connection unit (A16B–2202–0730,or –0731) is connected to Series 15–B control units by the FANUC I/OLink, and functions as the interface with the machine tool operator’spanel.Output from t...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE190The input signal to the source output operator’s panel connection unit isinput over a non–insulated interface, and is called “DC input signal A.”(1) DC input signal ADC input signal A is sent to the NC from the machine tool byp...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE191(c) Circuit of common switchable input receiverSink–type connection: safety standard compliant (24 V common)Filter and levelconversion circuitReceiveroutput signalR+24 V+24 VInput signalSource output operator’s panel connection uni...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE192Sink–type input signals are logic “0” when the contact is open, and logic“1” when closed.Source–type input signals are logic “1” when the contact is open, andlogic “0” when closed.NOTEIf the output signal line falls...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE193(b) Output signal driverEight signals are output from each of the output signal driverelements used on this operator’s panel connection unit.The current of each output signal is monitored in the driverelement. When overcurrent is det...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE194If the CNC diagnoses that output does not turn ON even though it is ON,a probable cause is that overloading of that output or other output in thesame element is causing the eight outputs of that element to stay OFF. Ifthis is the case,...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE195NOTEIf the output signal falls to ground when the output signal issink–type (0 V common), the output signal stays ON. Forthis reason, sink–type output signals are not recommendedfor ensuring safety.By CE–marking compliancy, sourc...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE196DAL1out: Normal statelit: Error occurred on DO outputs Yq+0.0 to Yq+0.7DAL2out: Normal statelit: Error occurred on DO outputs Yq+1.0 to Yq+1.7DAL3out: Normal statelit: Error occurred on DO outputs Yq+2.0 to Yq+2.7DAL4out: Normal statel...

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    B–62073E/046. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE197(a) Connector pin assignmentDI0012DI033DI064DI115DI146DI177DI2219DI0120DI0421DI0722DI1223DI1533DICMN134DI0235DI0536DI1037DI1338DI1639DI218DI259DI2710DI3211DI3512DI4013DI4324DI2025DI2326DI3027DI3328DI3629DI4140DI2441DI2642DI3143DI3444DI...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS2087 CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS209(1) StandardONCOMOFFCRT/MDI, PDP/MDI or LCD/MDISee 7.1.2 to 7.1.4POWER SUPPLY UNITCP4ON/OFF BUTTONSee 5.2CP2, CP3 or CP5See 7.1.2 to 7.1.4CRT, PDP, LCD UNITCN2PDP POWERCP11CRT POWERCP5LCD POWERKEYBOARD PCBCN1, JA1 VIDEO SIGNAL SOFT KEY CABLEJA1JA2MA...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS210(2) Standard (When LCD/MDI unit with built–in graphic function isused)ONCOMOFFSee 7.1.6POWER SUPPLY UNITCP4ON/OFF BUTTONSee 5.2CP5See 7.1.6LCD WITH GRAPHIC FUNCTIONCP5 LCD POWERKEYBOARD PCBJN1JA2SOFT KEY CABLEJA1MAIN CPU BOARDCNK1CNK2ON1ON2OFF1OFF...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS211(3) MMC–IIONOFFCOMSee 7.1.2POWER SUPPLY UNITCP4ON/OFF BUTTONSee 5.2CP2, CP3 or CP5See 7.1.2CRT UNITCN2 CRT POWERKEYBOARD PCBCN1 VIDEO INPUTJA1MMC–II GRAPHIC BOARDM4 TERMINAL(14″ horizontal CRT/MDI)TAB#10(14″ vertical CRT/MDI)See 7.1.9CNK...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS212(4) MMC–IIICP11CRT POWERCP5LCD POWERONCOMOFFSee 7.1.2 and 7.1.3POWER SUPPLY UNITCP4ON/OFF BUTTONSee 5.2CP2, CP3 or CP5See 7.1.2 and 7.1.3CRT, PDP, LCD BUTTONKEYBOARD PCBJA1 VIDEO INPUTSOFT KEY CABLEJA1AMMC–III CPU boardCK1CK2ON1ON2OFF1OFF2Shor...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS213(5) MMC–IVMAIN CPU BOARDCP11CRT POWERCP5LCD POWERONCOMOFFSee 7.1.5POWER SUPPLY UNITCP4ON/OFF BUTTONSee 5.2CP2, CP3 or CP5See 7.1.5CRT UNITKEYBOARD PCUJA1 VIDEO INPUTSOFT KEY CABLEJA1AMMC–IV CPU BOARDCK1CK2ON1ON2OFF1OFF2Short–circuitON BUTTON...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS214VDR1CNCJA1,JA1A(PCR–EV20MDT)110V2VSYNC12VDG3130V40V14VDB5150V60V167178HSYNC189191020200A1200B2G3CP2orCP3200A1200B2G3CN2(SMS3RK–3TK2)VDR1HSYNC2VSYNC3VDG4VDB5670V80V90V100V110V1213141516171819209″ CRT/MDI or 9″ PDP/MDICN1(MR–20RM)Ground for ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS215NOTE1 SIGNAL CABLE WIRING1VDR20V3VDG40V5VDB60V18HSYNC160V12VSYNC140VVDR10V8VDG411512293100VVDB0VHSYNC0VVSYNC0VGround plateRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0371 . . . coaxial cable: Max. 50 mNOTE2 Use three 30/0.18 (0.75 mm2) wires or thicker ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS216VDR1CNCJA1 (main CPU, option 1 board)(PCR–EV20MDT)110V2VSYNC12VDG3130V40V14VDB5150V60V167178HSYNC189191020+24V10V23CP5120V3CN2(SMS6RN–4)CP5+24V10V2CN2(B2P–VH)+24V10V23VDR1HSYNC2VSYNC3VDG4VDB5670V80V90V100V110V1213141516171819209″ CRT PDP/MDI...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS217NOTE1 Signal cable wiring1VDR20V3VDG40V5VDB60V18HSYNC160V12VSYNC140VVDR10V8VDG411512293100VVDB0VHSYNC0VVSYNC0VGround plateRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0371 . . . coaxial cable (max. 50 m)NOTE2 Use two 30/0.18 (0.75 mm2) wires or thicker f...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS2181VDR1CNCJA1 (option 1 board)(PCR–EV20MDT)110V2VSYNC12VDG3130V40V14VDB5150V60V167178HSYNC189191020200A1200B2G3CP2 or CP3(AMP)200A1200B2G3CP11(AMP)CP5(AMP)CP5(AMP)+24V10V2314″ CRT/MDI unit10.4″ LCD/MDI unit9.5″ LCD/MDI unitJA1(PCR–E20LMD)Gro...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS219NOTE1 Signal cable wiring1VDR20V3VDG40V5VDB60V18HSYNC160V12VSYNC140VVDR10V2VDG3456181612140VVDB0VHSYNC0VVSYNC0VGround plateRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0731 . . . coaxial cable (max. 50 m)NOTE2 Use three 30/0.18 (0.75 mm2) wires or thicke...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS2201VDR1CNCJA1A (MMC–IV board)(PCR–EV20MDT)110V2VSYNC12VDG3130V40V14VDB5150V60V167178HSYNC189191020200A1200B2G3CP2 or CP3(AMP)200A1200B2G3CP11(AMP)CP5(AMP)CP5(AMP)+24V10V2314″ CRT/MDI unit10.4″ LCD/MDI unit9.5″ LCD/MDI unitJA1(PCR–E20LMD)Gr...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS221NOTE1 Signal cable wiringGround plate1VDR20V3VDG40V5VDB60V18HSYNC160V12VSYNC140VVDR10V2VDG3456181612140VVDB0VHSYNC0VVSYNC0VRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0731 . . . coaxial cable (max. 20 m)NOTE2 Use three 30/0.18 (0.75 mm2) wires or thicke...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS2221RXD1CNCJA1 (main CPU board)(PCR–EV20MDT)110V2TXD123130V40V14*RXD5150V60V167178*TXD189191020CP5(AMP)CP5(AMP)+24V10V2310.4″ LCD/MDI unitJN1(PCR–E20LMD)Ground for protection.HIROSEFI40A–20S (connector)FI–20–CV5 (case)(Note 1)GNDAMP Japan2...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS223NOTE1 Signal cable wiringGround plate1RXD20V40V5*RXD60V18*TXD160V12TXD140VTXD10V2456181612140V*TXD0V*RXD0VRXD0VRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0731 . . . coaxial cable (max. 50 m)NOTE2 Use two 30/0.18 (0.75 mm2) wires or thicker for the powe...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS224(1) OverviewA color liquid crystal display (LCD) and plasma display (PDP) requiresettings for finely adjusting the video signal.These settings are necessary because the signal slightly varies dependingon the NC unit or cables.How to do the settings ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS225VDR1MMC–IV boardJA1A(PCR–EV20MDT)110V2VSYNC12VDG3130V40V14VDB5150V60V167178HSYNC189191020Option 1 boardJA1(PCR–E20MDT)HIROSEFI40A–20S (connector)FI–20–CV5 (case)VDR1110V2VSYNC12VDG3130V40V14VDB5150V60V167178HSYNC189191020Signal cable wir...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS226The keyboard interface specification is common to all MDI units exccept9″ keyboard interface.*KEY001CNC (LCD)JA2(PCR–EV20MDT)*KEY0111*KEY022*KEY0312*KEY043*KEY0513*KEY064*KEY0714*COM005*COM0115*COM026*COM0316*COM047*COM0517*COM068*COM0718*COM089...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS227CNCJA2(PCR–EV20MDT)*COM111*COM002*COM013*KEY064*KEY045*KEY026*KEY007*COM028*COM039*KEY0710*KEY0511*KEY0312*KEY0113*COM0414*COM0515*COM0616*COM0717*COM0818*COM0919*COM1020CRT/MDI UNITCA9(MR–20RFD)*KEY001*KEY0111*KEY022*KEY0312*KEY043*KEY0513*KEY0...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS228VDR1CNC MMC–III CPU boardJA1(PCR–EV20MDT)110V2VSYNC12VDG3130V40V14VDB5150V60V167178HSYNC189191020CNC option 1 boardJA1(PCR–EV20MDT)VDR1110V2VSYNC12VDG3130V40V14VDB5150V60V16717(DTC)8HSYNC189191020Signals with marked ( ) is not used.Cable wi...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS229RELAYING CONNECTORCable wiringShieldGround plateRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG × 10–pair)NOTEFor +24 V and SG, determine the wire thickness and the number of wires so that the conductorresistance is 0.33 W or less.7.2I/O...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS230RELAYING CONNECTORSIGNAL LAYOUTRelaying cableAccessory for PPRInput power supplyRelaying connectorConnector: DBM–25S (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.)Lock metal: D20418–J2 (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.)Cable side connectorConnector:...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS231RELAYING CONNECTORSIGNAL LAYOUTRelaying cableAccessory forportable tape readerInput power supplyRelaying connectorConnector: DBM–25S (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.)Lock metal: D20418–J2 (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.)Cable side con...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS232Cable side connectorConnector: DBM–25P (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.)Lock metal: DB–C2–J9 (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.)RELAYING CONNECTORSIGNAL LAYOUTRelaying cableRelaying connectorConnector: DBM–25S (Japan Aviation Electro...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS233Cable side connectorConnector: DBM–25P (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.)Lock metal: DB–C2–J9 (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.)RELAYING CONNECTORSIGNAL LAYOUTRelaying cableRelaying connectorConnector: DBM–25S (Japan Aviation Electro...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS234Connector: DB–25PLocking: D110278(Japan AviationElectronic Inc., Ltd.)Tape readerDB–25S–T (Japan Aviation Electronic Inc., Ltd.M3 screw terminalNIHON AMP1–178128–3 (housing)1–175218–5 (contact)Use cable lampTape readerControl unitConne...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS235Burndy JapanSMS3PK–5Tape readerNIHON AMP1–178128–3Use cable lampTape readerControl unitConnect signal cables as shown below.NOTE1 Note that cables with the same names on the control unit and the tape reader cannot beconnected.2 Recommended cab...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS236CNC subboardHost computer (example)+24 V is not used.(1) Conceptual diagram for signal connectionThe following is a conceptual diagram showing the connection of thesignals between the CNC and host.Actually, each signal other than FG and SG requires ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS237(2) Example of actual connection of RS–422 cablesShieldGround plate(Note 2)NOTE1 Use twisted–pair cables.2 Note that the pin position for the *DM signal is irregular on the CNC side (to prevent erroneousconnection).

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS238MPGMPG UNIT #1(M3 screw terminal)MPG UNIT #2(M3 screw terminal)MPG UNIT #3(M3 screw terminal)CABLE WIRINGShieldGround plateRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0286 (#20AWG × 6 + #24AWG × 3–pair) FOR Lv 20 m7.3MANUAL PULSEGENERATORINTERFACE

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    0.1: 0.1 A power supply current of themanual pulse generatorR: Resistance per unit length of thewire (W/m)m: Number of wires connected ineach 0 V and 5 V lineL:Wire length (m)B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS239(1) Cable connection for the manual pulse generatorThe power supply to the...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS240CNC OPTION–1 BoardHost computer (example)Conceptional diagram of signal connectionCNC sideHost sideOutputInput7.4REMOTE BUFFERINTERFACE(RS–232–C)

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS241Example of cablingShieldGround plateConnect CS to RS if CS is not used. However, when protocol A orexpanded protocol A is used, connect as shown above because CS is usedfor busy control. Connect DR to ER when DR is not used. Be sure toconnect CD ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS242CNC OPTION–1 BoardHost computer (example)(+24 V) is not used.(1) Conceptional diagram of signal connectionThe figure below shows a signal connection between CNC and a hostcomputer. Since signals other than FG and SG perform differentialsignal tra...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS243(2) Actual example of RS–422 signal wiringShieldGround plate(Note 2)NOTE1 Be sure to use twisted pair cable.2 Note that the pin position of the *DM signal on the CNC side is positioned irregularly relativeto the other signals. This is to reduce t...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS244Connection for high–speed skip signals is as follows:7.6HIGH–SPEED DISIGNAL INTERFACE

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS245Cable connectionShieldGround plateShieldGround plateDescription15M15THigh–speed skip signals (HSKP1 to HSKP4) orhigh–speed measured position–reached signals(HEA1 to HEA3)HDI0 = HSKP1 or HEA1HDI1 = HSKP2 or HEA2HDI2 = HSKP3 or HEA3HDI3 = HSKP41...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS246High–speed DI Signal Receiver Input Signal StandardCircuit configurationÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂShieldIih/Iil ÂVH/VLNCReceiverDriverAbsolute maximum ratingInput voltage range Vin: –3.6 V to +13.6 VInput characteristicsItemSymbolStandard...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS247Connect the reference position approach signal as shown below. Thissignal is used when using the grid method (only for CNCs for multiaxismachines).For information regarding connections and sequences for referenceposition return, refer to the BMI In...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS248a. Multi–point connectionCNC OPTION–1 boardJD6A(PCR–EV20MDT)Tap1TRD2(+)2TRD2(–)34567SG8910TRD1(+)11TRD1(–)1213141516171819201TRD1(+)2TRD1(–)345678SG91011TRD2(+)12TRD2(–)1314151617181920Cable connectionTRD1 (+)TRD1 (–)TRD2 (+)TRD2 (...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS249b. 1–1 connectionCNC OPTION–1 boardJD6A(PCR–EV20MDT)Tap1SD2*SD3TR4*TR5RS6*RS7SG8TT9*TT10RD11*RD12DM13*DM14CS15*CS161718RT19*RT201RD2*RD3RT4*RT5CS6*CS7DM8SG9*DM1011SD12*SD13TT14*TT15RS16*RS17TR18*TR1920Cable connectionSD*SDRD*RDTT*TTRT*RTRS*RSC...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS250CNC OPTION–1 boardJD5C(PCR–EV20MDT)Host computer (example)DBM–25S1FG2SD3RD4RS5CS6DR7SG8CD91011121314151617181920ER1RD20V3DR40V5CS60V7CO80V910(+24V)11SD120V13ER140V15RS160V171819(+24V)20Conceptual diagram ofsignal connectionSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFGSD...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS251CNC OPTION–1 boardJD6A(PCR–EV20MDT)Host computer (example)1FG234SD56RD7RS8RT9CS10111213202122*SD2324*RD25*RS26*RT1RD2*RD3RT4*RT5CS6*CS7DM80V9*DM10(+24V)11SD12*SD13TT14*TT15RS16*RS17TR18*TR19(+24V)2027*CS2829*DM30*TR31DMTR14151617181932333435*TT3...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS252The following two configurations of the spindle interface are available inSeries 15–B.(1)α Series Serial spindleP/CÂÂÂÂÂÂSerialJA7BspindleJA7AamplifierMotor1st spindleSPDL–1 (JA7A)Main CPUboardP/CSerialJA7BspindleJA7AamplifierMotor2nd spi...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS253Spindle Motor Safety MeasureTo ensure a high degree of safety in the event of a malfunction, adopt asafety measure such as that shown below capable of stopping spindlerotation if a speed higher than the specified spindle speed is detected.ÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS254Connect to the spindle amplifier, using optical fiber cable equipped withan optical I/O link adaptor.I/O LINK ADAPTERUp to 2 mOpticalfibercableCABLE WIRINGShieldGround plateSpindleamplifierRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG × ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS255See section 6.2.2 for adapter and optical fiber cable specifications.Pay attention to the following points when you are using the panel internalwiring type without reinforced covering (A66L–6001–0008).D Do not to bend optical fiber cable to less...

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    CABLE WIRINGShieldGround plateB–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS256NOTE1 Recommended cable specification: A66L–0001–0248#10P (#28AWG x 10 pairs)2 When this cable is wired closely to power cables or other cables, shielded leads must begrounded to the grounding plate. This is unneces...

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    ShieldEarth platePOSITION CODERB–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS257NOTE1 ENB1 and 2 turn on when a spindle command voltage is effective. These signals are not usedwhen the FANUC Spindle Servo Unit is used.2 Feed axis check signal is used when a feed axis is checked or service work is...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS258NOTE1 Signals SPOUT and *SPOUT are for a serial spindle. Thesesignals are not used for an analog spindle.2 When the line length is over 14 m, set the maximumelectrical resistance of 0 V and 5 V to 0.5 W.The position coder, which generates square wa...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS259The servo interface of the Series 15–B has these features.Digital control AC servo motorMotor feedback : Serial pulse coder1) 10,000 pulse/rev incremental pulse coder2) 1,000,000 pulse/rev absolute pulse coderScale feedback : A/B/Z signal interfac...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS260(1) For the α series servo amplifiern: Axis number (1 to 8)CABLE WIRINGShieldGround plateJV1 to JV8(PCR–EV20MDT)RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG × 10–pair)7.10.2Servo Amp Interface

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS261(2) For the S–series servo amplifiern: Axis number (1 to 8)CABLE WIRINGShieldGround plateJV1 to JV8(PCR–EV20MDT)RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG × 10–pair)

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS262(3) For the C–series servo amplifiern: Axis number (1 to 8)CABLE WIRINGShieldGround plateJV1 to JV8(PCR–EV20MDT)RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0284#10P (#28AWG × 10–pair)

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS263(1) For the serial pulse coder A, BSERVO MOTORCABLE WIRINGShieldGround plateSHLD (shield)PULSE CODERJF1 to JF8(PCR–EV20MDT)RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0286 (#20AWG × 6 + #24AWG × 3–pair)7.10.3Serial Pulse CoderInterface

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS264(2) For the serial pulse coder C (model 0S or more)SERVO MOTORCABLE WIRINGShieldGround plateSHLD (shield)PULSE CODERMS3106B20–29SW (straight)MS3108B20–29SW (elbow)JF1 to JF8(PCR–EV20MDT)RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0286 (#20AWG × 6...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS265(3) For the model 4–0S to 0–0SP (common for incremental and absolute)SERVO MOTORCABLE WIRINGShieldGround plateSHLD (shield)PULSE CODERConnector HDAB–15SConnector cover HDAW–15–CV (2–0SP to 0–0SP)Connector cover HDA–CTH (4–0S, 3–0...

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    R: Resistance per unit length of thewire (W/m)m: Number of wires connected in each0 V and 5 V lineL: Wire length (m)B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS266(1) Cable connection for the incremental pulse coderSeries 15–B employ a serial pulse coder for which the power supplyis 5 VDC, sam...

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    R: Resistance per unit length of thewire (W/m)m: Number of wires connected in each0 V and 5 V lineL: Wire length (m)B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS267Example 2)Peel off the insulation sheath and cover with a heat shrinkable tubePulse corderEnlarged figure(2) Cable connection for the...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS268Example 1)Example 2)For example, MR connector manufactured by Honda CommunicationsPulse corderTerminalblockPeel off the insulation sheath and cover with a heat shrinkable tubePulse corderEnlarged figure

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS269LINEAR SCALECABLE WIRINGShieldGround plate+6 V and REQ are for separate absolute pulse coders.JF21 to JF28(PCR–EV20MDT)RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0286 (#20AWG × 6 + #24WG × 3–pair)7.10.4Linear Scale Interface(A/B/Z Signal Interface)

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS270Input Signal StandardThe standard for the feedback signal from the linear scale is as follows.(1) A, B phase signal inputThe position of the linear scale is detected by inputting positioninformation by the A and B phase signals whose phases are mutu...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS271CNCJF21 to JF28(PCR–EV20MDT)ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ1SDÃÃÃÃShieldGround plate112*SD120V3134140V5REQ156*REQ160V7(+6V)17818+5V9+5V191020+5VLinear scale (serial interface)+6 V is for separate absolute pulse coders.CABLE WIRINGSD*SDREQ*REQ+5V+5V+5...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS272CABLE WIRINGBattery caseBattery caseRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALy 0.2 mm2 (7/0.18)NOTEThe service life of the APC battery is about one year perfour–cell battery case when used for backup of six axes(serial pulse coder A).7.10.6APC Battery Interface

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS273The hybrid control system requires an auxiliary position detecting devicein addition to the position detector used in conventional servo systems.This auxiliary position detecting device is called the separate detector.For hybrid control, the pulse d...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS274AIN01CNCJA6(PCR–EV20MDT)AIN1110V20V12AIN23AIN3130V40V14515(0V)6(0V)167178189191020ÃÃÃÃAnalog voltage input range: –10 V to +10 VInput current: " 0.5 mA max.NOTESignals enclosed in parentheses cannot be used.Unused pins must be left ope...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS275Control unitMMC–II MAIN CPU JD5A to JD5B: PCR20Punch panel (RS–232C)CD6A to CD6B: DBM–25SCD6AtoCD6BJD5AtoJD5B JD6(Note 3)NOTE1 The above diagram shows the connection with the punch panel (connector for an extensioncable). For connection with ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS276MMC–II MAIN CPUPunch panel(RS–232–C)JD5A to JD5B – 11JD5A to JD5B – 12JD5A to JD5B – 01JD5A to JD5B – 02JD5A to JD5B – 15JD5A to JD5B – 16JD5A to JD5B – 05JD5A to JD5B – 06JD5A to JD5B – 03JD5A to JD5B – 04JD5A to JD5B – ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS277Control unitMMC–II MAIN CPU JD6: PCR20External device (RS–422)NOTE1 In the above diagram, the interface for the external device is an example. The cable to beactually used shall be designed according to the interface for external device.2 Do no...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS278MMC–II MAIN CPUI/O (RS–422)JD6 – 11JD6 – 12JD6 – 01JD6 – 02JD6 – 15JD6 – 16JD6 – 05JD6 – 06JD6 – 07JD6 – 09JD6 – 17JD6 – 18JD6 – 13JD6 – 14JD6 – 03JD6 – 04SD*SDRD*RDRS*RSCS*CSDR*DRER*ERTT*TTRT*RT– 06– 24– 04...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS279Control unitMMC–II MAIN CPU JD9: PCR20Printer (Centronics)NOTE1 In the above diagram, the interface for the external device is an example. The cable to beactually used shall be designed according to the interface for the applicable external devic...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS280MMC–II MAIN CPUPrinter (Centronics)JD9 – 01JD9 – 02JD9 – 03JD9 – 04JD9 – 12JD9 – 05JD9 – 06JD9 – 07JD9 – 08JD9 – 14JD9 – 09JD9 – 11JD9 – 10JD9 – 13JD9 – 16JD9 – 15JD9 – 20JD9 – 17JD9 – 19JD9 – 18STD0STD1STD2...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS281Control unitMAIN CPU (01P3C)JD5C: PCR20Extension adapter unitJD5: PCR20(Note 1)M4 screw terminalTo keyboardNOTE1 It is not necessary to prepare the cable, because it is attached to the keyboard.2 The MMC–II board cannot be used on the 15TED/15TEE/...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS282(1) Connection for signal wireMAIN CPUExtension adapterJD5C – 11JD5C – 12JD5C – 01JD5C – 02JD5C – 05JD5C – 04JD5C – 13JD5C – 14SDK0VRDK0VCSK0VERK0VÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃJD5 – 11JD5 – 12JD5 ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS283Control unitMMC–II MAIN CPU (01P3C)JD7: PCR50Hard disk unitJD7: PCR50Power supply unitNOTEThe MMC–II board cannot be used on the 15TED/15TEE/15TEF/15MEK/15MEL. 7.16CONNECTION WITHA HARD DISK UNITFOR FANUC SERIES15–B (MMC–II)

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS284Hard disk unitJD7B: PCR50Cassette Streamer unitJD7A: PCR50

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS285(1) Connection for signal wire*DB00V*DB10V*DB20V*DB30V*DB40V*DB50V*DB60V*DB70V*DBP0V*TERMPWR0V*ATN0V*BSY0V*ACK0V*RST0V*MSG0V*SEL0V*C/D0V*REQ0V*I/O0V0V0V0V0V0V0V0V0V0V0V0VJD7 – 26JD7 – 01JD7 – 27JD7 – 02JD7 – 28JD7 – 03JD7 – 29JD7 – 0...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS286NOTE1 Use a shielded cable containing 25 pairs of AWG28 wires,with a characteristic impedance of 100 to 130 ohms.Recommended cable material: A66L–0001–0319#25P2 For noise protection, thread the shielded cable throughferrite cores as shown below...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS287Connection with portable 5.25″ and portable 3.5″ floppy disk unitControl unitMMC–II MAIN CPU (01P3C)JD8: PCR50Portable floppy disk unitJD8: PCR50NOTEThe MMC–II board cannot be used on the 15TED/15TEE/15TEF/15MEK/15MEL.7.17CONNECTION WITHA FL...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS288(1) Connection for signal wireMAIN CPUPortableFDD UnitÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS289NOTE1 The cable for J12M shall be shielded twisted–pair cable, 7/0.127 (0.09 mm2) or thicker.Connect the units in accordance with the diagram on the previous page, and fasten the shieldwith a cable clamp.Recommended cable: A66L–0001–0285#25P2...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS290MMC–III CPU BoardHost Computer (Example)JD5F to JD5H(PCR–EV20MDT)The signal marked with () connect to FANUC I/O device side.Signal connection(1) When the terminals (CS, DR, CD) can not be used.HostMMC–III CPU BoardSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFGÃÃÃÃÃ...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS291(2) When all signals can be used.ModemMMC–III CPU BoardSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFGSDRDRSCSERDRCDSGFG(SIGNAL GROUND)(FRAME GROUND)NOTEThe MMC–III board cannot be used on the 15TED/15TEE/15TEF/15MEK/15MEL.

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS292MinislotOuter Hard Disk Interface BoardRECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA02B–0161–K800 Cable for Data transmission orCable attached with external hard disk.POKEDY 2.5 A87L–0001–0135Refer to the wiring diagram on the next page.NOTEThe MMC–III boar...

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    B–62073E/047. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS293Cable Wiring*D00V*D10V*D20V*D30V*D40V*D50V*D60V*D70V*DP0V0V0V0V0V0V0V*ATN0V0V0V*BSY0V*ACK0V*RST0V*MSG0V*SEL0V*CD0V*REQ0V*IO0V2612722832943053163273383493510361140154116421743184419452046214722482349245025261272283294305316327338349351036114015411642...

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    B–62073E/048. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL2948 EMERGENCY STOP SIGNALÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃWe recommend appropriate use of the emergency stop signal whendesi...

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    B–62073E/048. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL295Stroke end limit switchRelay powersupplyRelease switchEmergencystop buttonSpark killerRelayI/O unit connected to CNC(module)α series control amplifier (PSM)External powersupplySpark killerCoilBreaker 1MCCAC reactorFig. 8NOTEWhen the amplifier is connected ...

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    APPENDIX

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    B–62073E/04A. LIST OF EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX331A LIST OF EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂFig. 1 (a)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂExternal view of 3–s...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04A. LIST OF EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS332Fig. 4 (a)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂExternal view of position coder A or B A86L–0026–0001#102: Max. 4000 rpm A86L–0026–0001#002: Max. 6000rpmÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂFig. 4 (b)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂα External dimensions of ...

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    B–62073E/04A. LIST OF EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX333Fig. 17 (d)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂExternal view of HONDA connector (terminal layout)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂFig. 18 (a)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂExternal view of connector made by FCI Japan (3 pins, black)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS334B EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂWeight: 2.3 kgFig. 1 (a) External view of 3–slot control unit

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX335Weight: 2.5 kgFig. 1 (b) External view of 4–slot control unit

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS336Weight: 3.8 kgFig. 1 (c) External view of 6–slot control unit

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX337Weight: 5.0 kgFig. 1 (d) External view of 8–slot control unit

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS338Weight: 4.0 kgCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from theouter periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB.Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂ85 (PDP)220 (Monochrome CRT)Fig. 2 (a) External view of horizontal type 9I C...

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX339Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂ85 (PDP)220 (Monochrome CRT)Weight: 4.0 kgCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from theouter periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB.Fig. 2 (c) External view of horizontal type 9″...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS340Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from theouter periphery on the rear of the operator’s panel PCB.Weight: 5 kgFig. 2 (d) External dimensions of horizontal type 9″ CRT/MDI unit (standard,...

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX341Unit support(for reference)Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂAn appropriate support for theCRT unit should be provided.Weight: 8 kgCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from theouter periphery on the rear of the operator’s pan...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS342Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer peripheryon the rear of the operator’s panel PCB.Fig. 2 (g) External view of horizontal type 9.5″ LCD/MDI unit [Weight; 5.0 kg]External v...

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX343Fig. 2 (h) 14″ CRT/MDI unit (horizontal)

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS344Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂVIEW FROM REAR SIDEWeight: 20 kgCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer peripheryon the rear of the operator’s panel PCB.8–f 4.8Fig. 2 (i) 14″ CRT/MDI unit (vertical)

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX345Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂWeight: 3.5 kgCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer peripheryon the rear of the operator’s panel PCB.85 (PDP)220 (Monochrome CRT)Fig. 2 (j) 9″ separate type CRT unit (monochro...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS346Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂWeight: 8 kgFig. 2 (k) 9″ separate type CRT unit (color)

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX347Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂWeight: 0.5 kgCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer peripheryon the rear of the operator’s panel PCB.Fig. 2 (l) Separate type MDI unit (standard)

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS348Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer peripheryon the rear of the operator’s panel PCB.Weight: 2 kgFig. 2 (m) External dimensions of separate type 10.4″ LCD unit

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX349Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer peripheryon the rear of the operator’s panel PCB.Weight: 1 kgFig. 2 (n) External dimensions of separate type MDI unit (horizontal) (for sep...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS350Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer peripheryon the rear of the operator’s panel PCB.Weight: 1 kgFig. 2 (p) External dimensions of separate type MDI unit (vertical)(for separa...

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX351Panel cut drawingÂÂÂÂÂCE marking compliant products are masked by an 8 mm wide paint band from the outer peripheryon the rear of the operator’s panel PCB.Weight: 2 kgFig. 2 (q) External dimensions of separate type 9.5″ LCD unit (monochrome STN)

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS352ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX353Specification of control transformer(1) Primary side rated voltageAC200V/220V/230V/380V/415V/440V/460V/480V/550V(2) Voltage fluctuationPrimary side rated voltage ±15%(3) Frequency50Hz/60Hz±3Hz(4) Secondary side line voltageSee the figure below.(5) S...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS354ConnectorRadialThrustOperation1 kg or less1 kg or lessIdle20 kg or less10 kg or lessNote: Mechanical specifications of the position coder are as follows:(1) Input axis inertia1.0 × 10–3 kg·cm·sec2 or less(2) Input axis starting torque1000 g·cm o...

  • Page 318

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX355Note: Mechanical specifications of the position coder are as follows:(1) Input axis inertia1.0 × 10–3 kg·cm·sec2 or less(2) Input axis starting torque1000 g·cm or less(3) Input axis permissible loadsAttach a pulley directly to the position coder...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS3563 holes equally spaced on a 72 diaM3 screw terminalFig. 5(a) External view of manual pulse generatorA860–0202–T001

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX357(1) A860–0202–T004 to T009M3 screw terminalM3 screw terminal(2) A860–0202–T010 to T015M3 screw terminalM3 screw terminalFig. 5 (b) External view of pendant type manual pulse generatorA860–0202–T004 to T015

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS358Cable length:1.5 mWeight:about 12 kgUnit:mmFig. 6 External view of FANUC PPR

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX3594-M3Panel cutoutÂÂÂÂHonda TsushinConnector:PCR-E20FSCover:PCS-E20LAFor crimp terminal M4for frame groundingLength: 200 mmJapan AviationElectronicDBM-25SColor: P–ME–N1.5–3Gf4- 3.6Fig. 7 (a) External view of punch panel (CE marking non–com...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS360External dimensions of wide typeJapan Aviation ElectronicDBM-25SLength: 200 mmFor crimp terminalM4 for frame groundingHonda TsushinConnector:PCR-E20FSCover:PCS-E20LAf4- 3.6Paint masking area on punch panel sidePanel cutoutFig. 7 (b) External dimensi...

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX361Japan Aviation ElectronicDBM-25SLength: 200 mmFor crimp terminalM4 for frame groundingHonda TsushinConnector:PCR-E20FSCover:PCS-E20LAExternal dimensions of thin typePaint masking area on punch panel sidePanel cutoutFig. 7 (c) External dimensions of pu...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS362Fig. 8 External view of floppy cassette adapter

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX363Cable length: 3.0 mmWeight:1.4 kgUnit:mmFig. 9 External view of FANUC Handy File

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS364Paint:Munsell No. 5GY3.5/0.5 leather tone finishWeight: About 15 kgFig. 10 External view of portable tape reader

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS296AUTOMANUALRELEASEWiring screw M3 × 6Powerterminal stripSignal cableCable holder4– f 5.3View fromarrow fASignal cable connector(Panel installation holelayout diagram)Coating Color: Metallic silverWeight:6 kgUnit:mmFig. 11 External view of tape reade...

  • Page 329

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX297REEL ONAUTOALARMFORWARD STOP REWINDREEL OFFRELEASEView from arrow fAM5 × 10Stud4– f 5.3(Panel installation holelayout diagram)Coating Color: Metallic silverWeight:9 kgUnit:mmParallel interfaceconnectorPower connectorRS–232–Cinterface connectorF...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS298Fig. 13 (a) External view of input unit(A14B–0076–B001)

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX299Fig. 13 (b) External view of input unit (Multiple axis)(A14B–0076–B401)

  • Page 332

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS300Connector arrangement on the PCB15B INPUT Unit PCB(AC INPUT)CPD1 (AC OUTPUT)Key locationF11 (AC INPUT FUSE)F12 (AC INPUT FUSE)F13 (DC OUTPUT FUSE)CPD2A (POWER CONTROL)CPD2B (POWER CONTROL)CPD2C (POWER CONTROL)LED of pilot lamp (Green)LED of alarm lamp...

  • Page 333

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX301Screw for grounding (M4)Screw terminal block (M4)Fig. 13 (d) External view of expanded power input unit(A14B–0076–B209)

  • Page 334

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS302TYPE:HONDA PCR–E20FS (SOLDERING TYPE)USAGE:GENERALMATING:HONDA PCS–E20LA (METAL)HOUSING: HONDA PCS–V20L (PLASTIC)DisplayHONDAÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂAÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂBÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂPCR–E20FSÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ21.65...

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    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX303TYPE:HIROSE FI40–2015SUSAGE:PULSE CODER INTERFACELINEAR SCALE INTERFACEMPG INTERFACEMATING/HOUSING:HIROSE FI–20–CVTab forshieldcon-nec–tionSection AAFig. 14 (b) External view of FI40 connector

  • Page 336

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS304TYPE:HONDA PCR–V20LA (for 6 dia. cable)PCR–V20LB (for 8 dia. cable)USAGE:GENERAL CaseCable clampLock bracketLock leverSet screw for cable clampFig. 15 (a) External view of connector case (HONDA, PCR type)

  • Page 337

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX305TYPE:HIROSE FI–20–CV2USAGE:GENERAL CaseCable clampLock bracketLock leverSet screw for cable clampFig. 15 (b) External view of connector case (HIROSE FI–20–CV2 type)

  • Page 338

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS306TYPE:FUJITSU FCN–240C 20–Y/S (for 5.8 dia. cable)USAGE:GENERALLock leverScrewCable clampFig. 15 (c) External view of connector case (FUJITSU, FCN type)

  • Page 339

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX307TYPE:HIROSE FI–20–CVUSAGE:PULSE CODER INTERFACELINEAR SCALE INTERFACEMANUAL PULSE GENERATOR INTERFACE CaseLock bracketLock leverCable clampSet screw for cable clampFig. 15 (d) External view of connector case (HIROSE FI–20–CV type)

  • Page 340

    3G2S1RPOWER SUPPLY UNITCP1200VAC INPUTKey locationPOWER SUPPLY UNITCP1200VAC OUTPUTCP23G2200B1200A10I LCD/MDI UNITCP113G2200B1200AAPPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS308TYPE:AMP 1–178128–3USAGE:Circuit No.Circuit No.Fig. 16 (a) External view of AMP connector (1–178128–3)

  • Page 341

    B3FBB2FAB1ALA3COMA2OFFA1ONPOWER SUPPLY UNITCP4ON/OFF CONTROLB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX309TYPE:AMP 2–178129–6USAGE:Circuit No.Circuit No.Fig. 16 (b) External view of AMP connector (2–178129–6)

  • Page 342

    POWER SUPPLY UNITCP5+24V OUTPUT320V1+24VAPPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS310TYPE:AMP 2–178288–3USAGE:Circuit No.Circuit No.Fig. 16 (c) External view of AMP connector (2–178288–3)

  • Page 343

    POWER SUPPLY UNITCP6+24E OUTPUT320V1+24EB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX311TYPE:AMP 1–178288–3USAGE:Circuit No.Circuit No.Fig. 16 (d) External view of AMP connector (1–178288–3)

  • Page 344

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS312TYPE:AMP 1–175218–2 (Gold coated)AMP 1–175218–5 (Tin coated)Reel:AMP 1–175196–2 (Gold coated)AMP 1–175196–5 (Tin coated)WIRE:AWG 16, 18, 20PRESSER ID–MARKPLATING ID–MARKIn case of reelFig. 16 (e) External view of AMP connector (1...

  • Page 345

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX313ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂSymbolSpecificationÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS314ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂMR–20RHFÂÂÂÂ...

  • Page 347

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX315ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂMR...

  • Page 348

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS316MR–50MH(50–core, plug)MR–50FH(50–core, plug)MR–20MH(20–core, plug)MR–20FH(20–core, plug)Fig. 17 (d) External view of HONDA connector (terminal layout)

  • Page 349

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX317ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂNameÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂSpecification(Connector makernumber)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂRemarksÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

  • Page 350

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS318ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂNameÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂSpecification(Connector makernumber)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂRemarksÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

  • Page 351

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX319ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂNameÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂSpecification(Connector makernumber)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂRemarksÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

  • Page 352

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS320ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂNameÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂSpecification(Connector makernumber)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂRemarksÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

  • Page 353

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX321ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂNameÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂSpecification(Connector makernumber)ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

  • Page 354

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS322A53.0D17.8G10.7B38.3E12.6H11.2C 47.0F 41.3J 10.8A–Across section2–3.05 fFig. 19 (a) External view of reader puncher panel connectorM2.6 × P0.45 screwInterlockscrewSmall roundhead screwSpring washer1.2 grooveFig. 19 (b) External view of reader pun...

  • Page 355

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX3234–M4 counter sinkingMinus polarity indicationPlus polarity indicationPlus terminal with3–M3 screw holesMinus terminal with3–M3 screw holes4–f 4.3 Mounting holesArrow view AFig. 21 External view of battery case for absolute pulse coder

  • Page 356

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS324Fig. 22 External View of the Extension Adaptor Unit for Series 15–B (MMC–II)NOTE1 This unit is not dustproof.2 Ambient temperature during operation: 0°C to 40°C3 Weight: 1 kgTilt mechanismFig. 23 External View of the Keyboard for Series 15–B (...

  • Page 357

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX325Air flow2–f 5.8Fig. 24 External view of the hard disk unit for Series 15–B (MMC–II)NOTE1 This is not dustproof type. Build in to the magnetics cabinet of an enclosed structure togetherwith the control unit.2 Ambient temperature at operation: 5°...

  • Page 358

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS326Fig. 25 External view of the Portable 5″ Floppy Disk Unit for Series 15–B (MMC–II)NOTE1 This unit is not dustproof. Use this unit exclusively for program development.2 Ambient temperature during operation: 5°C to 35°C3 Purchase the floppy disk...

  • Page 359

    B–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONSAPPENDIX327Fig. 26 External view of the Portable 3.5″ Floppy Disk Unit for Series 15–B (MMC–II)NOTE1 This unit is not dustproof. It should be used for program development only.2 Maintain an operating ambient temperature range of 5°C to 35°C.3 The floppy ...

  • Page 360

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS328Fig. 27 External view of the Portable Cassette Streamer Unit for Series 15–B (MMC–II) (A08B–0047–C071)

  • Page 361

    B–62073E/04C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORSAND CABLESAPPENDIX365C 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ(1) Connector for the P...

  • Page 362

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES366(3) Required tools for Connection of cable connector(a) Separate–wire press–mount typeConnector: PCR–E20FA (Honda Tsushin)28–AWG wires are assembled at a time. Generally, it is much morecost effective to assemble a cable th...

  • Page 363

    B–62073E/04C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORSAND CABLESAPPENDIX367When cases and soldered connectors made by HIROSE Electric are usedin combination, you can select combinations shown in the figure belowin addition to those describes in Figure C(a). However, the outsidediameter of cables used must b...

  • Page 364

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES368NOTEUp till now we have recommend using pulse coder cable (A66L–0001–0286) up to 20 m inlength. We have developed two new cables: A66L–0001–0402 that can be used up to 30 m,and A66L–0001–0403 that can be used up to 50 m....

  • Page 365

    B–62073E/04C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORSAND CABLESAPPENDIX369(6) 10–pair cable(a) SpecificationsItemÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂUnitÂÂÂÂÂÂSpecificationsÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂProduct No.—ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂA66L–0001–0284#10PÂÂÂÂ...

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    APPENDIXB–62073E/04C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES370ItemSpecificationsUnitÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂPacking method—ÂÂÂÂÂÂBundleÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂElectri...

  • Page 367

    B–62073E/04C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORSAND CABLESAPPENDIX371The numbers assigned to the wires correspond to the number in the table at right.ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

  • Page 368

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES372ItemSpecificationsUnitÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂTwisted pairÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂOutside diameterÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂmmÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ1.88ÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

  • Page 369

    B–62073E/04C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORSAND CABLESAPPENDIX373(b) Markings on cable(1) Name or symbol of the manufacturer(2) Manufacturing year(c) Cable structureThe cable structure is shown below.The colors in the figure indicate the colors of insulators.ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

  • Page 370

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES374ItemSpecificationsÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂProduct No.A66L–0001–0403A66L–0001–0402ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

  • Page 371

    B–62073E/04C. 20-PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORSAND CABLESAPPENDIX375ItemSpecificationsÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂProduct No.A66L–0001–0403A66L–0001–0402ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ...

  • Page 372

    APPENDIXB–62073E/04D. ATTACHING THE CRT PROTECTIVE COVER376D ATTACHING THE CRT PROTECTIVE COVERÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂA CRT protective cover must be a...

  • Page 373

    B–62073E/04D. ATTACHING THE CRT PROTECTIVE COVERAPPENDIX377Insert under panel.Attaching the bottom cover (viewed from below)Bottom coverInsert under panel.Side coverInsert between panels.Attaching the side cover (viewed from side)CRT protective cover

  • Page 374

    IndexB–62073E/04i–1Numbers¡10.4″ LCD display interface (CE marking compliant withbuilt–in graphic function), 22214″ analog CRT, 10.4″ LCD, 9.5″ LCD display interface (CEmarking compliant when MMC–IV is not used), 21814″ analog CRT, 10.4″ LCD, 9.5″ LCD display interface (CEm...

  • Page 375

    INDEXB–62073E/04i–2Correspondence between I/O signals and address in a module,145CRT/MDI unit interface, 209D¡Details of machine side connection of source output operator’spanel connection unit, 199Details of the connection between the connection unit and themachine, 156Details of the conn...

  • Page 376

    INDEXB–62073E/04i–3Power ON sequence, 104Power supply unit and input unit connection, 94Power supply unit panel layout, 95PPR connection, 230Pulse coder interface, 257R¡Remote buffer interface (RS–232–C), 240Remote buffer interface (RS–422), 242Replacing the battery, 45RS–232–C ser...

  • Page 377

    Revision RecordFANUCSeries15/150-MODELBCONNECTION MANUAL (B–62073E)04Nov., ’9803Feb., ’95The following products are addedDFANUC Series 150-TBDFANUC Series 150-TTBDFANUC Series 15-MBCorrection of errors02Feb., ’94The following products are addedDFANUC Series 15-TFBDFANUC Series 15-TTFBDFAN...

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    · No part of this manual may bereproduced in any form.· All specifications and designsare subject to change withoutnotice.

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