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    GE Fanuc AutomationComputer Numerical Control ProductsSeries 15i-Model BSeries 150i-Model BConnection Manual (Hardware)GFZ-63783EN/01February 2002

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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–63783EN/01DEFINITION 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, s...

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    B–63783EN/01Table of Contentsc–1DEFINITION OF WARNING, CAUTION, AND NOTEs–1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. GENERAL1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. CONFIGURATION4. . . . . . . . ...

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    B–63783EN/01Table of Contentsc–26.2.1Connection of FANUC I/O Link by Electric Cable65. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2.2Connection of FANUC I/O Link Optical Fiber Cable66. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    B–63783EN/01Table of Contentsc–36.7CONNECTION OF MACHINE OPERATOR’S PANEL INTERFACE UNIT152. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.7.1Function Overview152. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.7.2System C...

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    B–63783EN/01Table of Contentsc–46.12.6.2 Main panel A/B/A1/B1 specification255. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.12.6.3 Sub panel A/B/B1/C/C1 specification255. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    B–63783EN/01Table of Contentsc–57.8.2Serial Communication Board A2 (RS–422)314. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8. CONNECTION TO OTHER NETWORKS316. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9. HIGH–SPEED SERIA...

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    B–63783EN/01Table of Contentsc–610.8.2Method of Mounting PCI Extension Board356. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.8.3Method of Mounting PCI Extension Board357. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    B–63783EN/01Table of Contentsc–7H.3.1Pin Assignment485. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.3.2Connection of 24VDC Power Supply and Signals486. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    B–63783EN/011. GENERAL11 GENERALThis manual describes the electrical and structural specifications requiredfor connecting the CNC control units, FANUC Series 15i/150i, with amachine tool, and covers the equipment shown in the configurationdiagram in Chapter 2. When using the CNC control units,...

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    1. GENERALB–63783EN/0129. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)This chapter describes the high–speed serial bus (HSSB), whichenables transfer of data between the CNC and the personal computer.10.CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSThis chapter describes how to connect the CNC to the CNC displayunit wi...

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    B–63783EN/011. GENERAL3The table below lists manuals related to FANUC Series15i/150i–MODEL B.In the table, this manual is marked with an asterisk(*).Table 1 Related manualsManual nameSpecificationnumberDESCRIPTIONSB–63782ENCONNECTION MANUAL (Hardware)B–63783EN*CONNECTION MANUAL (Function...

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    2. CONFIGURATIONB–63783EN/0142 CONFIGURATIONThe following figure shows the configuration of the electrical system ofthe machine tool with which this control is used.This manual describes how to connect the units illustrated in this diagram.The machine tool body, machine operator’s panel, pow...

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    B–63783EN/012. CONFIGURATION5Machine tool magnetics cabinet Heat exchangerLCD unitCNCMDI unitMemory cardI/O unitI/O unitOperator’spanel I/O unitManual pulsegeneratorMachineoperator’spanelWiring panelI/O unitPower mag-netics cabinetcontrol circuitSensorsServoamplifierServomotorSpindleamplifi...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0163 INSTALLATION

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION7The peripheral units and the control unit have been designed on theassumption that they are housed in closed cabinets. In this manual“cabinet” refers to the following:D Cabinet manufactured by the machine tool builder for housing thecontrol unit or peripheral un...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/018Ambient temperatureOperating: 0°C to 55°C (no hard disk drive used)Operating: 5°C to 50°C (hard disk drive used)Storage and transportation: –20°C to 60°C95% or less (relative) with no condensation(no hard disk drive used)Humidity75% or less (relative) with no...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION9The power requirement of the CNC control unit is calculated as the sumof the power required by the control and servo sections.The control section power requirement includes the power required forcontrol, the LCD, I/O units, the operator panel interface, and theon/off...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0110When a cabinet is designed, it must satisfy the environmental conditionsdescribed in Section 3.1. In addition, the magnetic interference on thescreen, noise resistance, and maintenance requirements must beconsidered. The cabinet design must meet the following con...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION11Connector panel I/O module orI/O base unit(No screws or protrusions shallextend from the bottom of thisunit.)BottomTopD If the CNC unit is installed at an altitude of over 1,000 m, an upperlimit is placed on the ambient temperature (one of the environmentalcondition...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0112When a cabinet or a pendant box, which houses a display and an operator’spanel, is designed, it must satisfy following conditions to prevent fromthe entry of airborne dust, coolant, and organic solvent.(1) A cabinet or a pendant box must be fully closed.(2) Packin...

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    B–63783EN/013. 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 ...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0114Product nameCalorific valueRemarksControl unitBasic unit (2 slots)64WBasic unit (4 slots)68WMain CPU board38WAdditional axis board10WHSSB board4WData server board A16WData server board A26.3WIncluding the 0.3 W of theATA card(*1)Fast data server6.3WIncluding the 0.3...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION15Product nameRemarksCalorific valueI/O unit model BBIF04A11.6WAIF02C1.2WBID16A1, BID16B11.5W + 0.23 × Number of ON inputsBID16P1, BID16Q10.6W + 0.23 × Number of ON inputsBOA12A10.9W + (0.09 + 1.1 × IL2) x Number of ON outputsBOD16A11.0W + (0.13 + 0.3 × IL2) Numbe...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0116The 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–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION17NOTE1 The groups must be 10 cm or more apart from one anotherwhen binding the cables in each group.2 The electromagnetic shield refers to shielding betweengroups with grounded steel plates.The CNC machine tool has three grounding systems:D Grounding system for signa...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0118D The ground resistance of the protective earth (PE) system must be100Ω or less (as per class–D grounding).D The connection cable for the protective earth (PE) system must be solarge in cross section that the accidental current can flow through theprotective ear...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION19(b) Display unitPCBCOP20CP1BA(rear view)CoverM4 stud for earth connection(c) MDI unit(rear view)M4 stud for earth connectionCK1CK2

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0120(d) Connection units 1, 2M4 screw(e) Operator’s panel connection unitInstall an installation plate.(f) I/O unit model AABU05A, ABU10AABU05B, ABU10BConnect the grounding terminals of ABU05A, ABU05B, ABU10A and ABU10B.M4 screw terminalfor groundingSG terminal (M3 sc...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION21(g) Hard disk unit Control unitGrounding terminalfor signalsGrounding cableGrounding cable Hard disk unitPrinted circuit boardGrounding plate of thecabinetGrounding terminal for signalsM3 terminal block (FG1)NOTEConnect the grounding cable of the hard disk unit via ...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0122AC/DC solenoids and relays 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.Generally, to reduc...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION23The 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 ensure stable CNC system operation,follow this cable camp method.Partially peel out the sheat...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0124ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇControl unitGround plateMetal fittings for clampShield coverMachine sideinstallationboardFig. 3.6.5 (b) Cable clamp (2)Prepare ground plate like the following figure.Mount screw holeHole for securing m...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION2512mm20mm8mmGroundplateFig. 3.6.5 (d) Ground plate holes(Reference) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clamp.17mm28mm6mmMax. 55mmFig. 3.6.5 (e) Outer drawings of metal fittings for clampOrdering specification for metal fittings for clamp A02B–0118–K001 (5 p...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0126To protect the devices from surge voltages due to lightening, it isrecommended to install surge–absorbing elements between the lines ofthe input power and between one line and ground. This does not,however, assures protection from all surges due to lightening.NOT...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION27(1) For better surge absorbing effect, the wiring shown by heavy line inFig. 3.7.1 (a) must be as short as possible.Wire:The wire size must be 2 mm2 or greater.Wire length: The sum of the wire for the connection of surge protector <1> a and that of surge prote...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0128The Series 15i/150i control boards are mounted on the rack having twoor more slots.1 PSU32Additional axis board2 slots4 slots Fast data serverMain CPU boardPower supply unitFig. 3.8.1 (a) Configuration of Series 15i/150i control unitMounting positionName of boardS...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION29The rack is made of plastic, and comprises a fan motor and backplaneboard.The fan motor is mounted on the rack. Air enters the rack from the bottom,and exits from the fan motor mounted at the top.Make sure that the space shown in Fig. 3.8.1(b) ((1) and (2)) is maint...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0130Part programs, offset data, and system parameters are stored in CMOSmemory in the control unit. The power to the CMOS memory is baked upby a lithium battery mounted on the front panel of the control unit. Theabove data is not lost even when the main battery goes dea...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION31WARNINGUsing other than the recommended battery may result in thebattery exploding.Replace the battery only with the specified battery(A02B–0200–K102).NOTESteps (3) to (5) should be completed within 30 minutes.Do not leave the control unit without a battery for ...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0132(1) Prepare two new alkaline dry cells (size D).(2) Turn the Series 15i/150i on.(3) Remove the battery case cover.(4) Replace the batteries, paying careful attention to their orientation.(5) Replace the battery case cover.NOTEWhen replacing the dry cells while the p...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION33Power from the external batteries is supplied through the connector towhich the lithium battery is connected. The lithium battery, provided asstandard, can be replaced with external batteries in the battery case(A02B–0236–C281) according to the battery replacem...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/01343224108571716636100CP4CP5CP3CP245469212.7 6941095421PSU12.7 4CA54CA5449177COP10ACOP20ACA54CP1CP6GNDFig. 3.9.1 (a) Control unit connector installation pitch3.9CABLE–LEAD–INDIAGRAM3.9.1Control Unit PeripheryConnector Layouts

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION35Name of ConnectorFunctionsCP1AC inputCP2AC outputCP3AC outputF3+24 E fuseF4+24V fusePILPilot lampCP5+24V outputCP6+24 E outputCP4Power source controlALMAlarm lampCP2CP3CP1F4F3PILCP6CP5CP4ALMFig. 3.9.1 (b) Power supply unit connector layout

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0136BAT1BatteryJA2MDIJD5ARS232–C serial port 1JD5BRS232–C serial port 2JA3Manual pulse generatorJA40Analog spindle/HDIJA41Serial spindle/Position coderJD1AI/O LinkMTSWRotary switchPSWPush switch Name of ConnectorFunctionsSTATUSLED indicatorALARMLED indicatorCOP20ADi...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION37Name of ConnectorFunctionsSTATUS/ALARMLED indicatorJD6BRS422 serial port2JD5CRS232-C serial port4JA52JA53JA6Analog inputCOP10A-6FSSB6 (to servo)(Note 1)CA54Servo check 3COP10A-5FSSB5 (to servo)COP10A-4FSSB4 (to servo)(Note 1)CA54Servo check 2COP10A-3FSSB3 (to servo)...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0138Name of ConnectorFunctionsSTATUS/ALARMLED displaySTATUSLED displaySTATUSLED displaySTATUSLED displayCD38TEthernet (TCP/IP)CNH6LATA card interfaceFig. 3.9.1 (e) Fast data server board connector layout

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION39Name of ConnectorFunctionsSTATUS/ALARMLED indicatorCOP7HSSBFig. 3.9.1 (f) HSSB board connector layoutName of ConnectorFunctionsCNH4AHard disk unit I/FCD38AEthernet (TCP/IP)Fig. 3.9.1 (g) Data servo board A1 connector layout

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0140Connector name, etc. FunctionsCNH6AATA card I/FCD38AEthernet(TCP/IP)Fig. 3.9.1 (h) Locations of the Connectors of Data Server Board A2STATUS/ALARMLED displayJD5L (serial communication board A1) RS232C JD6L (serial communication board A2) RS422Connector name, etc. ...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION41Connector name, etc. FunctionsSTATUS/ALARMLED displayCD38LEthernet (TCP/IP)Fig. 3.9.1 (j) Locations of the Connectors of Ethernet boardConnector name, etc. FunctionsSTATUS/ALARMLED displayCD38REthernet (TCP/IP)Fig. 3.9.1 (k) Locations of the Connectors of Fast Ether...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0142STATUS/ALARMLED displayCN1PROFIBUS–DP (MASTER function)CN2PORFIBUS–DP (SLAVE function)Connector name, etc. FunctionsFig. 3.9.1 (l) Locations of the Connectors of PROFIBUS–DP boardSTATUS/ALARMLED displayTBLDeviceNet (MASTER function)TBLDeviceNet (SLAVE function...

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION43PCBCOP20BCP1BACA551175284818JD6AJD36ACoverFig 3.9.2 (a) LCD unit connector mounting pitch (when one LCD unit is connected) (rear view)3.9.2LCD Unit PeripheryConnector Layout

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0144CoverPCBCOP20BCP1BACA551335284847COP20AJA495250Fig 3.9.2 (b) LCD unit connector mounting pitch (when two LCD units are connected) (rear view)

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    B–63783EN/013. INSTALLATION45Memory card I/FSoft keyRS–232–CSerial port 3 JD36ARS–422 serial port 1 JD6ALCD control boardCNC signal inputCOP20BMDI signal inputCA55CP1B for24V branchProtective earth stud (M4)24V inputCP1AFig. 3.9.2 (c) LCD unit connector layout (when one LCD unit is conne...

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    3. INSTALLATIONB–63783EN/0146Memory card interfaceJust a first unit can usethe interface.Soft keyPower connectorCP1A (right–hand side)LCD display connectorCOP20B (for connecting the previous stage)Grounding studfor protection(M4)FUSELCD display connectorCOP20A (for connectingthe subsequent st...

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    B–63783EN/014. TOTAL CONNECTION474 TOTAL CONNECTION

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    4. TOTAL CONNECTIONB–63783EN/0148AC–IN(CP1)AC–OUT(CP2)AC–OUT(CP3)ON/OFF(CP4)+24V(CP5)+24E(CP6)DISPLAY(COP20A)R232–1(JD5A)MPG(JA3)MDI(JA2)JD1BJD1A24VDCCPD1JD1BJD1ACPD1JD1BJD1AON/OFF switchR232–2(JD5B)HDI&ASP(JA40)I/O–LINK(JD1A)Control unitPower source unit200/240VAC power sourceT...

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    B–63783EN/014. TOTAL CONNECTION49 Servo checkServo checkOptical fiber cableRS232C I/O deviceRS422 I/O deviceAnalog input 4Additional axis boardServo card 3Servo card 2SV–CHK3(CA54)RS422–2(JD6B)RS232–4(JD5C)A–IN(JA6)SV–CHK3(CA54)FSSB3(COP10A–1)(COP10A–2)FSSB2(COP10A–1)(COP10A...

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    4. TOTAL CONNECTIONB–63783EN/0150DATA SERVER Board (A1 or A2)(CD38A)(CNH6A) HSSB (COP7)For A1 : JD5LFor A2 : JD6LEthernet(TCP/IP)Hard disk unitOptical fiber cableEthernet(TCP/IP)DeviceNetPROFIBUSPROFIBUD–DPboard(Master or slave)For master : CN1For slave : CN2DeviceNet board(Master or slave)Th...

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    B–63783EN/014. TOTAL CONNECTION51Control unitMain board or Additional axis boardFSSB1(COP10A–1)200VAC200VACMCSVMSVMSVMPSMTB2 CX2A JX1ATB1 CX2B JX1BCX1B TB1 CX2B JX1BCOP10BCOP10AJF1TB2CX4CX3CX1A TB2SVMCP11ACOP10BCOP10A24VDCCOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10AJF101JF104JF103JA4AJF102CNF1TYPE AS...

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    4. TOTAL CONNECTIONB–63783EN/0152Control unitMain board or Additional axis boardFSSB(COP10A–1)FSSB(COP10A–2)200VAC200VACMCSVMSVMSVMPSMTB2 CX2A JX1ATB1 CX2B JX1BCX1B TB1 CX2B JX1BCOP10BCOP10AJF1TB2CX4CX3CX1A TB2SVMCP11ACOP10BCOP10A24VDCCOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10ACOP10BCOP10AJF101JF104JF103JA4AJ...

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    B–63783EN/014. TOTAL CONNECTION53 Display unitDISPLAY(COP20B)MDI(CA55) RS422(JD6A) RS232C(JD36A)Optical fiber cablePower supply unit or External24VDC power supplyMain boardTo COP20A MDI UNITCK1Touch panel or RS232CI/O deviceRS422 I/O deviceDC–IN (CP1A)DC–OUT (CP1B)Fig. 4.3 (a) Connection b...

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTIONB–63783EN/01545 POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION

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    B–63783EN/015. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION55B3 FBB2 FAB1 ALA3 COMA2 OFFA1 ON320V1+24E3G2200B1200A320V1+24V3G2S1RCP2, 3 (AC output 200 to 240V)F3 (+24E fuse 7.5 A)CP5 (+24V output)CP4 (power source control:6–pin connector)CP1 (200 to 240VAC input)F4 (+24V fuse 7.5 A...

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTIONB–63783EN/0156Like the Series 15B, the power source unit of the Series 15i/150i isprovided with a power ON/OFF control function. Therefore, basically,the input unit need not be prepared for the power source unit on the Series15i/150i for power ON/OFF control.NOTEW...

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    B–63783EN/015. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION57Power source unitCP1 (200 to 240VAC input)Nihon AMP1–178128–3 (housing)1–175218–5 (contact)Line contactorCP4 (power source control)Nihon AMP2–178129–6 (housing)1–175218–2 (contact)Power ON buttonPower OFF buttonAlarm inputAlarm output...

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTIONB–63783EN/0158(2) CP2, CP3These AC outputs are ON/OFF–controlled synchronized with powerON/OFF of the control unit.The AC output specifications are the same as those for AC input toCP1.The AC input specifications of CP1 may be limited depending on theAC input sp...

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    B–63783EN/015. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTION59(c) Alarm outputs (FA, FB)FA and FB are short–circuited when the DC output fuse used forthe power source unit of the control unit blows, or whenovervoltage, overcurrent or other abnormality occurs in the DCoutput of the power source unit. FA and FB...

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    5. POWER SUPPLY UNIT CONNECTIONB–63783EN/0160Power off units in the following sequence or simultaneously:1. CNC control unit (200VAC)2. Slave I/O unit connected by I/O Link, separate detector I/Funit and LCD unit (24VDC), servo amplifier control3. (200VAC) of overall machine tool, separate dete...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE616 CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACECAUTIONA signal or the power supply may possibly be assigned toa pin currently indicated as unused in the connector signalassignment table without prior notice. Do not use any pinsindicate...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0162Combinations of the units listed in Table 6.1 can be used as the machineinterface I/O.The I/O unit for the FANUC I/O Link is installed separately from thecontrol unit, and the two units are mutually connected by a specializedserial li...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE63Table 6.1 Types of machine interface I/O (for FANUC I/O Link)UnitReferenceDescriptionSink–type outputoperator’s panelconnection unitUnit having an interface with a machineoperator’s panel.Sec. 6.9Source type outputoperator’s p...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0164In the I/O there are the master station and its slave stations. The masteris the control unit of the CNC, and the slave is the interface for I/O units.The slaves are divided into groups, and up to 16 groups can be connectedto one I/O ...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE65*SIN13SIN2SOUT46*SOUT5879 (+5V)100V11130V120V14160V151817(+5V)(+5V)1920JD1A(PCR–EV20MDT)JD1B(PCR–E20LMD)JD1BJD1A(PCR–E20LMD)*SIN13SIN2SOUT46*SOUT5879 (+5V)100V11130V120V14160V151817(+5V)(+5V)1920Next slaveunitControl unit or prec...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0166The FANUC I/O Link can be extended to the maximum length of 200 mwith optical fiber cables using an optical I/O link adapter.NOTEIn the following cases, use an optical fiber cable.D When the cable is more than 15 meters long.D When th...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE67UnitConnectingcable betweenunitJD1AOptical I/Olink adapterOpticalcableUnitJD1BCOP1JD1COP1JD1Connectingcable betweenunitOptical I/Olink adapter*SIN0103SIN02SOUT0406*SOUT05080709 +5V100V11130V120V14160V151817+5V+5V19200V0VSIN(01)*SIN(02)...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0168NOTEDo not bend optical cable beyond its bending radius of 25mm. Do not unnecessarily twist optical cable.On the I/O Link, the conventional optical I/O Link adapter can beconnected up to five stages using a standard type (A13B–0154...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE69For making up an I/O link using the optical link adapter, the followingparts are necessary:D Optical I/O link adapter2D Interunit connecting cable2D Optical cable1D External dimensions of optical fiber link adapterD Application example...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0170D Maximum transfer distances using optical fiber cableThe following table shows the maximum transfer distances usingoptical fiber cable. This distance varies according to the number ofrelays made using the connection adapter.Number of...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE71I/O Link cableManual pulse generator cableBasic moduleExtension module 3Extension module 2Extension module 1 (with manual pulse generator)Flat cable for module connectionNOTEWhen mounting an expansion module directly on the branch–co...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0172CNCI/O UNITJD1BI/O LINKJD1AMPGMPGMPGCA52CB150CA52CB150CA53CA52CB150CA53CA52CB150CA53+24V powersupplyMachine sideDI/DOExtention module(with MPG (Note))Extention module 2Extention module 3Connector panelJD1BJD1AJA3Basic moduleNOTEIn the...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE73Module typesNameDrawing numberSpecificationReferenceBranch–connectionI/O module(basic module)A03B–0815–C001DI/DO: 24/16Branch–connectionI/O module(expansion module A)A03B–0815–C002DI/DO: 24/16With MPG interfaceBranch–conn...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0174Unit ambienttemperatureOperating: 0°C to 55°CStorage and transportation: –20°C to 60°CTemperature drift0.3°C/min (maximum)HumidityOrdinary operation: 75% or less (relative)Short–period operation (within one month): 95% or...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE75ModuleSupply voltagePowerrequirementRemarksBasic module24 VDC 10%shall be suppliedvia the I/O0.2A+7.3mA×DI Number of DIpoints for whichDI = ONExpansion modulesA and Bconnector CB150of the basicmodule; "10%contains0.1A+7.3mA×DI...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0176NOTE1 The DI and DO addresses for the basic and extensionmodules run contiguously. These basic and extensionmodule DI and DO addresses are allocated to the I/O Linkas a group. For example, when the DI and DO topaddresses are X0004 a...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE77This section explains how DI points (input signals) are connected to thebasic module and expansion modules A and B.d A maximum of 96 points are provided (24 points per module; 1 basicmodule + 3 extension modules).RV+24VCB150(18)CB150(5...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0178RV+24VCB150(18)CB150(50)CB150(10)CB150(11)CB150(12)CB150(13)CB150(14)CB150(15)CB150(16)CB150(17)Xm+2.0Xm+2.1Xm+2.2Xm+2.3Xm+2.4Xm+2.5Xm+2.6Xm+2.7+24V0VCB150(19),(20),(21) (22),(23)RVRVRVRVRVRVRV+24 V stabilized power supplyAddress ...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE79This section explains how DO points (output signals) are connected to thebasic module and expansion modules A and B.d A maximum of 64 points are provided (16 points per module; 1 basicmodule + 3 extension modules).Bit numberDOCOMCB150(...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0180This section describes the DI/DO signal ratings for the basic module andexpansion modules A and B.DI (input signal ratings)Number of points24 (per module)Contact capacity30 VDC, 16 mA or higherOpen–circuitcontact–to–contactleaka...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE81DOCOMONOFFDO when the corre-sponding DO is onin the sequenceDO when the cor-responding DO isoff in the sequenceONOFFONOFFNOTEIf a DO is on in the sequence, the on/off state of the DOCOMis reflected on that DO as shown in the dotted are...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0182This section describes the pin assignments of the 2A–output connectorused for expansion module C.01GNDA02030405060708091011Yn+1.0Yn+1.112Yn+1.2Yn+1.313Yn+1.4Yn+1.514Yn+1.6Yn+1.71516171819202122232425262728293031323334DOCOMA35363738D...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE83This section describes how the 2A–output connector pins are connectedfor expansion module C.Address numberBit number24 VDCSolenoid and other components6.3.92A DO (Output Signal)Connection

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0184This section describes the 2A–output DO signal ratings for expansionmodule C.DO (output signal ratings)Number of points32 (per module)On–state maximumload current2 A per pointUp to 12 A for the entire module (16 DO points),includi...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE85This section describes the pin assignments of the analog input connectorused for expansion module D.010203JMP20405060708091011COM1FDND112INP1JMP113INM2COM214FGND2INP21516171819202122232425INM126272829303132333435JMP43637383940414243COM...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0186This section shows the connection diagram for the analog input connectorof expansion module DAnalog input moduleAnalog input modulePin numberPin number(common to all channels)(common to all channels)Not connectedFor voltage inputVolta...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE87NOTE1 In the above diagram, letter n stands for a channel number (where n = 1, 2, 3, or 4).2 Either voltage input or current input can be selected for each channel. If current input isselected, be sure to strap JMPn and INPn.3 The con...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0188NOTEThis analog input module has four input channels, but itsdigital output section uses one 12–bit output in the 3 bytesfor the number of occupied input points. That is, the ladderdynamically selects which channel to use. A chann...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE897XModule internal addressYnYn+1X6XX5XX4XX3XX2XX1XCHB0XCHASpecifying a pair of values listed below for CHA and CHB causes thecorresponding channel to be selected, thus enabling the A–D conversionand selection data for the channel to b...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0190D If the analog input module is mounted in the space for expansionmodule 3 (m is the first assigned address)76543210UndefinedD07D06D05D04D03D02D01D0000CHBCHAD11D10D09D08Module internal addressXm+9 (odd address)Xm+10 (even address)Xm+1...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE91An example in which three manual pulse generators are connected isshown below.JA3(PCR–E20LMDT)JA33245678+5V910+5V1312111415161718192056345634563412912341814562016HA1HB1+5V0VHA2HB2+5V0VHA3HB3+5V0VHA1HB1+5V0VHA2HB2+5V0VHA3HB3+5V0V+5V0V...

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    0.2 u+0.1 R 2LmL t+mRL t+30.0394+ 76.75[m]6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0192NOTESince some pins of this connector, unlike other 20–pinconnectors, have been removed, resulting in a unique pinarrangement, be careful when identifying pin numbers. SeeFigure 2 in Append...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE93However, the maximum pulse transmission distance for the manual pulsegenerator is 50 m. Taking this into consideration, the cable length maybe extended to:38.37 m (when two generators are used), or25.58 m (when three generators are us...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0194NOTE1 Modules need to be spaced at least 32 mm apart, in whichcase a flat cable of about 20 mm in length is required. Toinstall modules further away from each other, the cablelength will be 20 mm plus the extra distance. Note that t...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE95When connecting a connector panel printed circuit board directly(external module view and mounting diagram)Dimensions of connector panel printed circuit board ("0.2 mm)Board thickness 1.6 mmSquare holeI/O interfaceSquareholeI/O Li...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0196When connecting a connector panel printed circuit board directly(mounting and dismounting a module)HookConnector panelprinted circuit boardStopper(A)(B)(C)Mounting the module1. Insert the hook of the module into the square hole locate...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE97When mounting a DIN rail (external module view and mounting diagram)I/O interfaceMount the DIN rail hereI/O Link interfaceMPG interface (for extension module)NOTERecommended connector: A02B–0098–K891 (including the following conne...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0198When mounting a DIN rail (mounting and dismounting a module)Slotted screwdriverHookDIN railStopperMounting the module1. Hook the module at the upper end of the DIN rail.2. Push the stopper into the slit located at the lower end of the...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE99When mounting a module using screws (external module view andmounting diagram)I/O interfaceScrew holesI/O Link interfaceMPG interface (for extension module)NOTERecommended connector: A02B–0098–K891 (including the following connect...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01100DO signal reaction to a system alarmIf a system alarm occurs in a CNC using the connector panel I/O module,or if I/O Link communication between the CNC and connector panel I/Omodule fails, all the DO signals of the I/O module are tur...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE101Fixed addresses directly supervised by the CNC (for FS15i/150i)ADDRESS76543210X0006*ESPX0008AE2AE1X0011SKIP1When DI addresses are allocated in units of 16 bytes, starting at X0005X0005X0006X0007X0020 (DO alarm detection)X0008X0009X001...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01102Alarm detectionaddress and bitDO addressLocationXm+15.0Yn+0Basic moduleXm+15.1Yn+1Basic moduleXm+15.2Yn+2Extension module 1Xm+15.3Yn+3Extension module 1Xm+15.4Yn+4Extension module 2Xm+15.5Yn+5Extension module 2Xm+15.6Yn+6Extension mo...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE103By changing the setting (rotary switch) for the expansion modules,connections can be made by omitting some expansion modules as shownbelow.Basic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion module 2Expansion module 3Basic moduleExpansion module ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01104The function of the rotary switch is as follows:SettingpositionActual indicationMeaning of setting00This is the standard setting. The rotary switch isfactory–set to this position. This setting is usedwhen no expansion module is o...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE105Examples of settingBasic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion module 2Expansion module 3Basic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion module 2Expansion module 3Basic moduleExpansion module 1Expansion module 2Expansion module 3(When expansion m...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01106CNCI/O UNITJD1BI/O LinkJD1AMPGJA3CPD1(IN)CE53CE54CPD1(OUT)MPGMPGJD1BJD1A+24 V power supply+24 V power supplyMachine operator’s panelConnectors that cannot be used on the cable sideSpecificationManufacturerConnectorFI–20–CV7Hiro...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE107Provide the CPD1 (IN) connector, shown below, with the powernecessary for printed circuit board operation and that for DI operation.To facilitate power division, the power is output to CPD1 (OUT) exactlyas it is input from CPD1 (IN). ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01108010V0VCE5302N.C.+24V03Xm+0.0Xm+0.104Xm+0.2Xm+0.305Xm+0.4Xm+0.506Xm+0.6Xm+0.707Yn+0.0Yn+0.108Yn+0.2Yn+0.309Yn+0.4Yn+0.510Yn+0.6Yn+0.711Yn+1.0Yn+1.112Yn+1.2Yn+1.313Yn+1.4Yn+1.514Yn+1.6Yn+1.715Yn+2.0Yn+2.116Yn+2.2Yn+2.317Yn+2.4Yn+2.518Y...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE109+24VCE53(B02)CE54(B02)CE53(A03)CE53(B03)CE53(A04)CE53(B04)CE53(A05)CE53(B05)CE53(A06)CE53(B06)COM1Xm+0.0Xm+0.1Xm+0.2Xm+0.3Xm+0.4Xm+0.5Xm+0.6Xm+0.7Xm+1.0Xm+1.7Xm+1.6Xm+1.5Xm+1.4Xm+1.3Xm+1.2Xm+1.1CE54(B06)CE53(A01),(B01),CE54(A01),(B01)...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01110NOTEXm+1.0 through Xm+1.7 are DI pins for which a commonvoltage can be selected. That is, by connecting the COM1CE54(A02) pin to the +24 V power supply, a DI signal canbe input with its logical state reversed. If, however, a cablei...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE111d A maximum of 56 points are provided.Xn+10.0Xn+10.1Xn+10.2Xn+10.3Xn+10.4Xn+10.5Xn+10.6Xn+10.7Xn+9.0Xn+9.1Xn+9.2Xn+9.3Xn+9.4Xn+9.5Xn+9.6Xn+9.7Xn+8.0Xn+8.1Xn+8.2Xn+8.3Xn+8.4Xn+8.5Xn+8.6Xn+8.7Xn+7.0Xn+7.1Xn+7.2Xn+7.3Xn+7.4Xn+7.5Xn+7.6Xn...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01112d A maximum of 56 points are provided.DOCOMCE53(A25,B25)CE54(A25,B24,B25)CE53(A07)CE53(B07)CE53(A08)CE53(B08)CE53(A09)CE53(B09)CE53(A10)Yn+0.0CE53(A11)CE53(B11)CE53(A12)CE53(B12)CE53(A13)CE53(B13)CE53(A14)+24V0VYn+0.1Yn+0.2Yn+0.3Yn+0...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE113DOCOMCE53(A25,B25)CE54(A25,B24,B25)CE53(A15)CE53(B15)CE53(A16)CE53(B16)CE53(A17)CE53(B17)CE53(A18)Yn+2.0CE54(A07)CE54(B07)CE54(A08)CE54(B08)CE54(A09)CE54(B09)CE54(A10)+24V0VYn+2.1Yn+2.2Yn+2.3Yn+2.4Yn+2.5Yn+2.6Yn+2.7Yn+3.0Yn+3.1Yn+3.2Y...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01114DOCOMCE53(A25,B25)CE54(A25,B24,B25)CE54(A11)CE54(B11)CE54(A12)CE54(B12)CE54(A13)CE54(B13)CE54(A14)Yn+4.0CE54(A15)CE54(B15)CE54(A16)CE54(B16)CE54(A17)CE54(B17)CE54(A18)+24V0VYn+4.1Yn+4.2Yn+4.3Yn+4.4Yn+4.5Yn+4.6Yn+4.7Yn+5.0Yn+5.1Yn+5.2...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE115DOCOMCE53(A25,B25)CE54(A25,B24,B25)CE54(A19)CE54(B19)CE54(A20)CE54(B20)CE54(A21)CE54(B21)CE54(A22)Yn+6.0+24V0VYn+6.1Yn+6.2Yn+6.3Yn+6.4Yn+6.5Yn+6.6Yn+6.7CE54(B22)CE53(A01,B01)CE54(A01,B01)+24 V stabilized power supplyRelayPin numberAdd...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01116NoteNote) Lead wires and other components are mounted on the rearface of the printed circuit board. Ensure that printed circuitboards are spaced 5 mm or more from one another to preventinterference.24 V power supply connectionManual...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE117Installation specificationsAmbient temperatureDuring operation0°C to 58°CDuring storage and transportation–20°C to 60°CTemperature changeMax. 0.3°C/min.Relative humidityNormal:75% or lessShort term (1 month or less) :95% or le...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01118DI (input signal) specifications(General–purpose input signal)Contact rating30 VDC, 16 mA or moreOpen circuit intercontactleakage current1 mA or less (at 26.4 V)Closed circuit intercontactvoltage drop2 V or less (including cable vo...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE119If a system alarm occurs in the CNC using the operator’s panel I/Omodule, or if I/O Link communication between the CNC and operator’spanel I/O module fails, all the DO signals of the I/O module are turnedoff. Therefore, sufficien...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01120Fixed addresses directly supervised by the CNC (for FS15i/150i)76543210X0006*ESPX0008AE2AE1X0011SKIP1 X0006 X0007 X0008 X0009 X0010 X0011 X0012 X0013 X0014 X0015 X0016 X0017 X0018(for 1st MPG) X0019(for 2nd MPG) X0020(...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE121NOTEWhen the DO signal is in the ON state in the sequence, theON or OFF state of the DOCOM pin determines the state ofthe signal, as indicated by the dotted lines in the abovefigure. Do not turn off the +24 V supply, provided by theC...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01122The DO driver of the I/O module is capable of detecting an overcurrentand measuring its own temperature. If an accident, such as connecting thecable to ground, causes an abnormal increase in the load current or in thedriver temperat...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE123CNCI/O UNITJD1BI/O LINKJD1AMPGJA3CPD1(IN)CE56+24 V power supplyCE57CPD1(OUT)MPGMPG+24 V power supplyJD1BJD1AMachine operator’s panelConnectors that cannot be used on the cable sideSpecificationManufacturerConnector caseFI–20–CV7...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01124Provide the CPD1 (IN) connector, shown below, with the powernecessary for printed circuit board operation and that for DI operation.To facilitate power division, the power is output to CPD1 (OUT) exactlyas it is input from CPD1 (IN)....

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE12501A0VB+24V02Xm+0.0Xm+0.103Xm+0.2Xm+0.304Xm+0.4Xm+0.505Xm+0.6Xm+0.706Xm+1.0Xm+1.107Xm+1.2Xm+1.308Xm+1.4Xm+1.509Xm+1.6Xm+1.710Xm+2.0Xm+2.111Xm+2.2Xm+2.312Xm+2.4Xm+2.513Xm+2.6Xm+2.714DICOM01516Yn+0.0Yn+0.117Yn+0.2Yn+0.318Yn+0.4Yn+0.519Yn...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01126Address numberBit numberPin numberRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRV+24VCE56(B01)CE57(B01)CE56(A02)CE56(B02)CE56(A03)CE56(B03)CE56(A04)CE56(B04)CE56(A05)CE56(B05)DICOM0Xm+0.0Xm+0.1Xm+0.2Xm+0.3Xm+0.4Xm+0.5Xm+0.6Xm+0.7Xm+1.0Xm+1.7Xm+1.6X...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE127RVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRV+24VCE56(B01)CE57(B01)CE56(A10)CE56(B10)CE56(A11)CE56(B11)CE56(A12)CE56(B12)CE56(A13)CE56(B13)Xm+2.0Xm+2.1Xm+2.2Xm+2.3Xm+2.4Xm+2.5Xm+2.6Xm+2.7Xm+3.0Xm+3.7Xm+3.6Xm+3.5Xm+3.4Xm+3.3Xm+3.2Xm+3.1CE57(B05)CE5...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01128RVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVRV+24VCE56(B01)CE57(B01)CE57(A06)CE57(B06)CE57(A07)CE57(B07)CE57(A08)CE57(B08)CE57(A09)CE57(B09)DICOM5Xm+4.0Xm+4.1Xm+4.2Xm+4.3Xm+4.4Xm+4.5Xm+4.6Xm+4.7Xm+5.0Xm+5.7Xm+5.6Xm+5.5Xm+5.4Xm+5.3Xm+5.2Xm+5.1CE57(...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE129NOTE1 Xm+0.0 through Xm+0.7 and Xm+5.0 to Xm+5.7 are DI pins for which a common voltage canbe selected. That is, by connecting the DICOM0 CE56(A14) or DICOM5 CE57 (B14) pin to the+24 V power supply, a DI signal can be input with its ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01130Pin number+24 V stabilized power supplyRelayDOCOMCE56(A24,B24,A25,B25)CE57(A24,B24,A25,B25)CE56(A16)CE56(B16)CE56(A17)CE56(B17)CE56(A18)CE56(B18)CE56(A19)Yn+0.0CE56(A20)CE56(B20)CE56(A21)CE56(B21)CE56(A22)CE56(B22)CE56(A23)DV+24V0VDV...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE131Pin number+24 V stabilized power supplyRelayDOCOMCE56(A24,B24,A25,B25)CE57(A24,B24,A25,B25)CE57(A16)CE57(B16)CE57(A17)CE57(B17)CE57(A18)CE57(B18)CE57(A19)Yn+2.0CE57(A20)CE57(B20)CE57(A21)CE57(B21)CE57(A22)CE57(B22)CE57(A23)DV+24V0VDVY...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01132For details of the connection of the manual pulse generator, see 6.3.15.NoteNote) Lead wires and other components are mounted on the rearface of the printed circuit board. Ensure that printed circuitboards are spaced 5 mm or more fr...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE133Ambient temperatureDuring operation0° to 58°CDuring storage and transportation –20°C to 60°CTemperature changeMax. 0.3°C/min.Relative humidityNormal:75% or lessShort term (1 month or less) :95% or lessVibrationDuring operation:...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01134ModuleSupply voltageCurrentratingRemarksOperator’spanel I/Omodule24 VDC ±10% suppliedfrom the power supplyconnector CPD1. The al-lowance of ±10% shouldinclude instantaneousvoltage and ripple voltage.0.3 A+7.3 mAXDIThe total powe...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE135DO signal reaction to a system alarmIf a system alarm occurs in the CNC using the operator’s panel 48/32 I/Omodule, or if I/O Link communication between the CNC and operator’spanel I/O module fails, all the DO signals of the I/O m...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01136Fixed addresses directly supervised by the CNC (for 15i/150i)ADDRESS76543210X0006*ESPX0007AE2AE1X0008SKIP1When DI addresses are allocated in units of 16 bytes, starting at X0005X0005X0006X0007X0020(DO alarm detection)X0008X0009X0010X...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE137Parallel DO (output signal) connectionThe DO load current can be doubled by connecting two DO points inparallel and turning them on and off simultaneously in sequence, asshown in the figure below. The maximum load current per DO poin...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01138DO (output signal) alarm detectionThe DO driver of the I/O module is capable of detecting an overcurrentand measuring its own temperature. If an accident, such as connecting thecable to ground, causes an abnormal increase in the loa...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE139The FANUC I/O Unit–MODEL A (“I/O Unit”) is a modular–type I/Ounit. It interfaces with the machine when connected to the control unit(Series 15i/150i) via the I/O Link. One I/O unit can be configured bymounting the I/O module...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01140Interface modules and various types of I/O modules can be mounted toand dismounted from the base unit easily as shown below.1 Hang the hook at the top of the module on the groove in the upper sideof the base unit.2 Make the connector...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE141I/O Unit–AAIF01AI/O Unit–AAIF01B24VDC24VDCK2XK1XK1XAIF01AAIF01B24VDC24VDCK2XK1XAIF01AAIF01BJD1BJD1AJD2CP32JD3JD2PC3224VDC24VDCK2XSeries 15i/150iControl unitTerminator TXMax.16groupJD1BJD1AJD2CP32JD1BJD1AJD2CP32JD3JD2PC32JD3JD2PC32...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01142Connect the following power source to the connector CP32 of theinterface module (AIF01A or AIF01B).D Voltage : 24VDC±10%D Current : Determine from Table 6.6.5.+24V21GND3CP32AIF01A/AIF01BFCI JAPAN, LTD. tripolar connector (Brown) ...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE143n : Number of the input and output points (for each module) which turnON simultaneouslyD The current sum requirement for modules used in Column A shouldnot exceed 500 mA.D The current sum requirement for modules used in Column B shoul...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01144Details of the cables K1X, K2X and the terminator shown in the generalconnection diagram are as follows.*SIN13SIN2SOUT46*SOUT58791011130V1214161518171920JD1A0V0V0V*SIN13SIN2SOUT46*SOUT58791011130V12141615181719200V0V0VAIF01AJD1B (PCR...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE145*S113S12S2S346*S25*S3S487*S49 ID1101113S5121416150VID21817ID31920AIF01AJD2 (PCR–E20LMDET)*S5S6*S6AIF01BJD3 (PCR–E20LMDET)0VJD2JD3(1)S1(2)*S1(3)S2(4)*S2(5)S3(6)*S3(7)S4(8)*S4(11)S5(12)*S5(13)S6(14)*S6(9)ID1(17)ID2(18)ID3(15)0V(16)0...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0114613246TRM1587TRM19101113121416151817TRM319 TRM220AIF01BJD2 (PCR–E20LMDET)TRM2TRM3ConnectorHONDA TSUSHIN KOGYO CO., LTD.PCR–E20FSJD2TRM3 (20)(a) Terminate the connector JD2 of the last AIF01B in a single group with the terminator....

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE147For an external connecting method, there are two types of I/O modules :one with a terminal block, and one with a connector.The terminal block is a removable type.Terminal block typeA0 . . .7B0 . . .7Input/Outputdisplay LEDTerminal blo...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01148D Wiring material :AWG22 – 18 (0.3 – 0.75mm2) A wire as thin as possible is recommended.D Crimp style terminal : M3.5Crimp style terminal with no insulation sleeve and a short distance“A”, as illustra...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE149OutputtypeModulenameRatedvoltageRatedcurrentPolarityPointsPoints/commonExternalconnectionLEDdisplay FuseAOD08C12–24VDC2ANEG88Terminalblockprovidedpro-videdAOD08D2APOS88Terminalblockprovidedpro-videdInsula-AOD16C0.5ANEG168Terminalblo...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/011500A7A6A5A4A3A2A1A0#7#6#5#4#3#2#1#01B7B6B5B4B3B2B1B02C7C6C5C4C3C2C1C03D7D6D5D4D3D2D1D0Address in themoduleModule of 8pointsModule of 16 pointsModule of32 pointsBitAddresses in a module are defined relatively, with the beginning address...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE151Determine the number of I/O points for the I/O Unit –MODEL A usingthe following.D Output pointsSum of the actual outputOccupied output pointspoints in a group0 to 32→32 points40 to 64→64 points72 to 128→128 points136 to 256→...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01152The machine operator’s panel interface unit (A16B–2201–0110) isconnected to the control unit through the I/O Link and is used forinterfacing with the machine operator’s panel.It features interfaces with matrix key switches, L...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE153D Two inputs (input voltage: 0 to +10 V)D Input voltages are converted from analog to digital. The resulting fivebits of data are sent to the CNC through the FANUC I/O Link.D The analog signal input function can be used regardless o...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01154Note 1CNCPower supply unit JD1AGeneral–purposeDI/DOCPD1(24V)CNA1FANUCI/O LinkMachine operator’s panel interface unitJD1B(I/O Link)Other machineinterfaceMachine operator’spanelMatrix DI/DO*ESP, OTR, andgeneral–purposeDI/DOCM26...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE155ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇDI30ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇHA1HB1ÇÇÇÇDI36ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇDI34ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇDI33ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇDI31ÇÇÇÇÇÇDO37ÇÇÇDI37ÇÇÇÇ+5E0V0V19ÇÇÇÇHA1ÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/0115697531+5VTXBRXB108642*TXB*RXB19171513110V0V0V2018161412+5V0V0V0VJD1A (FANUC I/O Link : NEXT SLAVE)+5V97531+5VTXARXA108642*TXA*RXA19171513110V0V0V2018161412+5V0V0V0VJD1B (FANUC I/O Link : BEFORE SLAVE)+5V01020V03*KYD0040506070809101112...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE157+5ERVDI00 to DI370VInput signal specificationsContact rating5VDC, 3.2mA or higherLeakage current between open contacts0.2mA or lower (5 VDC)Voltage drop across closed contacts0.75V or lowerPhotocoupler + FETDO00 to DO370...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01158See Subsec. 6.7.5 for the corresponding PMC addresses.CM26–A06KY07KY06KY05KY04KY03KY02KY01KY00BZ0CM26–B06KY17KY16KY15KY14KY13KY12KY11KY10BZ1CM26–A07KY27KY26KY25KY24KY23KY22KY21KY20BZ2CM26–B07KY37KY36KY35KY34KY33KY32KY31KY30BZ...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE159- Preventing malfunctions that may be caused by detouring currentWhen there are three or more matrix DI points, detouring current cancause a nonexistent DI input to be falsely detected as existing.As shown below, if KY01, KY03, and KY...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01160- This PCB can raise a confirmation sound when a key is pressed. Thecondition to raise an audible alarm is set in 8–bit units, or in *KYCnunits. If *BZMD and common *KYCn are disconnected, a KYnxinput causes a sound to generate. ...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE161Contact rating6VDC, 2mA or higherLeakage current between open contacts0.2mA or lower (6VDC)Voltage drop across closed contacts0.9V or lower (1 mA) Note )NOTEThis voltage must be maintained even when detourprevention diodes are used.D ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01162See Subsec. 6.7.5 for the corresponding PMC addresses.CM26–A24CM26–A23CM26–A22CM26–A21CM26–A13CM26–A14CM26–A15CM26–A16CM26–A17CM26–A18CM26–A19CM26–A20LC4LLC3LLC2LLC1L*LD0*LD1*LD2*LD3*LD4*LD5*LD6*LD7L1L0L1L1L1L...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE163CM26–B24CM26–B23CM26–B22CM26–B21CM26–B13CM26–B14CM26–B15CM26–B16CM26–B17CM26–B18CM26–B19CM26–B20LC4HLC3HLC2HLC1H*LD8*LD9*LD10*LD11*LD12*LD13*LD14*LD15L1H0L1H1L1H2L1H3L1H4L1H5L1H6L1H7L2H0L2H1L2H2L2H3L2H4L2H5L2H6...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01164The LEDs must have the following ratingForward voltage2.4V max (If=5mA)(Typical value)Forward current30mA maxReverse voltage3V maxOne interface is provided on connector CNB1.9CNB1101112HA1HB1+5V0VControl PCBHA1HB1+5V0VManual pulse ge...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE165Analog inputs received from the outside are forwarded without change tooutput terminals.Analog inputs from the spindle amp being output for load meter and speedmeter indications.SpindleampLMSM0M0MLoadmeter1, 25, 6341234Machine operato...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01166A signal generated by the emergency stop switch on the machineoperator’s panel can be sent to the power magnetics cabinet. (This signalcannot be sent to the CNC through the FANUC I/O Link.)A09B09178Machine operator’spanel interf...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE167DI+00FUSEDI+01KY07KY06KY05KY04KY03KY02KY01KY00DI+02KY17KY16KY15KY14KY13KY12KY11KY10DI+03KY27KY26KY25KY24KY23KY22KY21KY20DI+04KY37KY36KY35KY34KY33KY32KY31KY30DI+05KY47KY46KY45KY44KY43KY42KY41KY40DI+06KY57KY56KY55KY54KY53KY52KY51KY50DI+...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01168D Use flat cables for connectors CM15, CM16, CM17, and CM26.When splitting and connecting flat cables to the machine operator’spanel or other equipment, be careful not to break or short theconductors.D All signals with the same nam...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE169ConnectorMajor useSpecificationCM15,CM16,CM17General–purposeDI/DOHIF3BA–34D–2.54R :Manufactured by HIROSE ELECTRICCO., LTD.CNA1Relay terminal (to the machine)PCR–E20FS :Manufactured by HONDA TSUSHIN KO-GYO CO., LTD.CNB1Relay...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01170CM26A1A1A1CM16891 CA40CM15B17B17402012489310261710B252211CPD1CNA1CND1JD1AJD2BCA40Approx. 100mm10mm1.6mmUnit : mmTolerance :"5 (mm)CM17B17A1150751516CNA1JD1ACPD1CNB1JD1B22419606.7.9Machine Operator’sPanel Interface UnitDimens...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE171CM26CM16CM152963104.5fFasten the PCB with four M4 screws.Unit : mmHole for connecting to a groundCM17150110201141818206.7.10Machine Operator’sPanel Interface UnitMounting DimensionDiagramMounting hole position

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01172It is possible to fix the sheet, spacer, etc. only in the area shown in thediagram below.CM26CM16CM15151273751412CM171010101020251301418101088130NOTEApplied to the PCB version number “03A” and beyond.It is possible to fix the she...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE173CM26CM16CM15FU1 : +24V fuse (general–purpose DO, this supplies printed board power protection)FU2 : +5V fuse (IC power, manual pulse generator protection)FU3 : +5E fuse (general–purpose DI protection)CM17JD1AFU3FU2FU1CPD1JD1...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01174A connection unit (A20B–1005–0310 or A20B–1003–0200) isconnected to the control unit of the Series 15i/150i via FANUC I/O Linkand used for interfacing with the machine.Electrical interfaces and pin assignment for connectors C...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE175Connection unit 1A20B–1005–0310To the next deviceIf there is no equipment beyond thisconnection unit, JD1A can remain open.Series15i/150i control unit3–pin connector (brown) manufactured byFCI JapanHousing: SMS3PNS–5Contact: R...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01176(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.6.8.1ConnectingConnection Unit 1 andConnection Unit 2

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    CDD1FAP–50–1CDD2FAP–50–1CableConnection Unit 1Connection Unit 2B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE177(b) Between CDD1 and CDD2A010VB010VA010VB010VA02 B02A02B02A03 B03A03B03A040VB04 A040VB04A05B05 A05B05A06 B060VA06B060VA07*D7B07*D6A07*D7B07*D6A08*D5B08*D5A08*D5B08...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01178Input 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 sign...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE179(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 ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01180(1) Connection unit 1C01MR–50RMA123456789101112131415161718DIB5DIB1DIB6DI44DI40DI45DI16DI6019202122232425262728293031320VDIB7DIB4DI26DI37DI06DI33DI50DI6251333435363738394041424344454647484950+24DIB2DIB0DIB3COMI1DI32DI36DI31DI35DI30...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE181(2) Connection unit 2C09MR–50RMA123456789101112131415161718DI75DI71DI76DI104DI100DI105DID6DI10219202122232425262728293031320VDI177DI174DIE6DIF7DIC6DIF3DI110DI122DI111333435363738394041424344454647484950+24DI172DI170DI173COM12DIF2DIF...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01182Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current inputsignal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.6.8.4Details of theConnection betweenthe Connection Unitand the Machine

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE183Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current inputsignal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01184Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current inputsignal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.DI82 to DI80 are assigned to two connector pins each.

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE185Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current inputsignal 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 ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01186Connection 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 ...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE187Connection unit 1Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01188Connection 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 un...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE189Connection 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(COM...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01190C05 (15)Connection unit 1Connector pin num-berAddress 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 con...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE191Connection unit 2Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current inputsignal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01192Connection unit 2Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current inputsignal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE193Connection unit 2Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current inputsignal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number n.DI142 to DI140 are assigned to two connector pins each.

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01194Connection unit 2Connector pin numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current inputsignal 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 wiri...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE195Connection unit 2Connector pin num-berAddress 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...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01196Connection unit 2Connector pin num-berAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number m.

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE197Connection unit 2Connector pin num-berAddress 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 un...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01198Connection unit 2Connector pin num-berAddress 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(C...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE199Connection unit 2Connector pin num-berAddress 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 connectionun...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/012006.8.5External View of theConnection Unit

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE201The operator’s panel connection unit (A16B–2200–0660, 0661) isconnected to the Series 15i/150i control unit through the FANUC I/OLink and is used for interfacing with the machine operator’s panel.The electric interface and pin...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01202Input 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 ...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE203The 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 signa...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01204(b) Output circuitÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅÅRelayMachineRegulated 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 p...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE205Note) DI80 to DIB7 can be used only for the A16B–2200–0660.AddressNOTEAddress No. n can be decided by machine tool builders.6.9.3Connector Layout forSink Output Operator’sPanel Connection Unit

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01206Note) 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–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE207Operator’s panel connection unitConnector terminal numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number p.6.9.4Details of theConnection betweenthe Sink OutputOperator...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01208Operator’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–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE209Operator’s panel connection unitConnector terminal numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal ANOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number p.

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01210Operator’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–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE211Operator’s panel connection unitConnector terminal numberAddress numberBit numberDirect current input signal AExample of connection(*)+24 V regulatedpower supplyNOTE (*)The machine tool builder can determine address number q.The com...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01212Operator’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 vo...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE213Operator’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 vol...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01214Approx.Fig. 6.9.5 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 oc...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE215The source output operator’s panel connection unit (A16B–2202–0730,or –0731) is connected to Series 15i/150i control units by the FANUC I/OLink, and functions as the interface with the machine tool operator’spanel.Output fro...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01216The 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 b...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE217(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 un...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01218Source–type input signals are logic “1” when the contact is open, andlogic “0” when closed.CAUTIONIf the output signal line falls to ground when the input signalis source–type (0 V common), the state is the same whenthe c...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE219(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 de...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01220If 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 cas...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE221CAUTIONIf 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, s...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01222System alarms generated by the above alarms are as follows.For details, refer to “FANUC Series 15i/150i–MODEL A MaintenanceManual (B–63325EN).”“NMI SLC aa(bb)”Example “NMI SLC 03(41)”(aa: XXXXXX11Binary bits 0 and 1 a...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE223(a) Connector pin assignmentDI0012DI033DI064DI115DI146DI177DI2219DI0120DI0421DI0722DI1223DI1533DICMN134DI0235DI0536DI1037DI1338DI1639DI218DI259DI2710DI3211DI3512DI4013DI4324DI2025DI2326DI3027DI3328DI3629DI4140DI2441DI2642DI3143DI3444D...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01224DICMN1, DICMN2:DI (input) common switching terminals.Normally, short with 0 V before use.+24 V:+24 VDC (output) terminal. Do not connectto inputs other than DI signal inputs on theoperator’s panel connection unit.DOCOM:DO driver po...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE225For details on address assignment, refer to the “FANUC PMC–MODELN/NA PROGRAMMING MANUAL (Ladder Language) (B–61013E)”or “FANUC PMC–MODEL NB PROGRAMMING MANUAL (LadderLanguage) (B–61863E).”ÅControl panel connection uni...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01226DI67CM52 (21)RX p+6.7+24 VCM51 (18), CM52 (18)+24 VRVControl panel connection unitConnector numberAddress numberConnection exampleDC input signal ABit numberNOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number p.

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE227DIA7CM52 (31)RX p+10.7+24 VCM51 (18), CM52 (18)+24 VControl panel connection unitConnector numberAddress numberConnection exampleDC input signal ABit numberRVNOTEThe machine tool builder can determine address number p.

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01228RY q+0.7+24 V+24 V+24 VALMALMALMDVDVDVCMB3 (21)D007DAL1+5 VCMB3 (17)CMB3 (50)CMB4 (20)DOCOMDAL2+5 VDAL3+5 VCM52 (33), CMB3 (33), CMB4 (07)0 VConnection exampleControl panel connection unitBit numberAddress numberDC input signal ASta...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE229Connection exampleControl panel connection unitBit numberAddress numberDC input signal ARY q+3.7+24 V+24 V+24 VALMALMALMDVDVDVCMB3 (44)D037DAL4+5 VCMB3 (17)CMB3 (50)CMB4 (20)DOCOMStabilized pow-er supply+24 V 0 VLampDAL5+5 VDAL6+5 ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01230RY q+6.7+24 V+24 VALMALMDVDVCMB4 (03)D067CMB3 (17)CMB3 (50)CMB4 (20)DOCOMDAL8+5VDAL7+5 VCM52 (33), CMB3 (33), CMB4 (07)0 VConnection exampleControl panel connection unitBit numberAddress numberDC input signal AStabilized pow-er supp...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE231Details of machine side connections of source output operator’s panelconnection unit (DI common switchable DI)DI07CM51 (21)RX p+0.7RVDI47CM51 (31)RX p+4.7RVCM52 (33), CMB3 (33), CMB4 (07)0 VDICMN1CM51 (33)+24 VCM51 (18), CM52 (18)+2...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01232CP1A16B–2202–0730 (DI96/DO64)A16B–2202–0731 (DI64/DO32)CRTApproxFig. 6.10.6 External dimensions of source output operator’s panel connection unitThe following LEDs, fuses and dials are mounted on this printed circuitboard.[...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE233The addresses of the emergency stop signal (*ESP), skip signal (SKIP1),and measured position reached signals (AE1 and AE2), which are inputfrom the machine, are fixed.SignalAddressEmergency stop signal*ESP×6.4Skip signalSKIP 1×11.6M...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01234Machine operator’s panel is connected with i series CNC by I/O Link,which is composed by some following operator’s panels.Main panel A/A1This operator’s panel incorporated with MDI with full alphabetkeys. And that has 55 keys. ...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE235290Main panel BSub panel BMain panel BSub panel C10.4”LCDMain panel ASub panel AUnit=mm220600 30080

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01236General–purpose DI/DONext I/O unitLCD unit or CNC control unitLCD unitMDI(CA55)Main CPUMDI(JA2)I/O Link(JD1A)+24V PowerMain panel A/B/A1/B1CM68CM69 JA3MDICNK1KeyboardJD1BJD1AMPGMPGMPGPendanttype MPGJA58CM65CM66CM67Sub panel A/B/B1...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE237Recommended connector for cable:Housing : AMP 178289–8Contact : AMP 1–175218–5320V1+24V650V4+24VCA64 (Power source)Recommended connector for cable:Housing : AMP 1–178288–3 (3 pins type)Contact : AMP 1–175218–5CM67(ON/OFF...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01238NOTE1 Input/output Pins shaded by are in pairs. Only one in each pair is usable.2 Pins shaded by are those for forwarding signals. Pins with the same name are connecteddirectly to one another.JA3 (Manual pulse generator)1HA1112HB11...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE239To the connector CA64 (IN) shown in the figure below, connect therequired power for operating the operator’s panel and the power forgeneral–purpose DI. For easier power supply branching, the powersupplied from CA64 (IN) is direct...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01240CA55CNK1GROUNDING PLATEPAB1*KEY00*KEY022*KEY01*KEY033*KEY04*KEY064*KEY05*KEY075*COM00 *COM026*COM01 *COM037*COM04 *COM068*COM05 *COM079*COM08 *COM1010 *COM09 *COM111*KEY00 11 *KEY012*KEY02 12 *KEY033*KEY04 13 *KEY054*KEY06 14 *KEY075...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE241Control unit preceding slave unitMain panel A/B/A1/B1Next slaveunit1SIN110V2*SIN120V3SOUT130V4*SOUT140V515616717818(+5V)9(+5V)191020(+5V)1SIN110V2*SIN120V3SOUT130V4*SOUT140V515616717818(+5V)9(+5V)191020(+5V)JD1A(PCR–E20MDK–SL–A)...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01242A signal generated by the emergency stop switch on the machineoperators panel can be sent to the power magnetic cabinet. (This signalcannot be sent to the FANUC I/O Link.)When MTB uses the Sub panel A/B/B1/C/C1, wiring to the emergen...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE243+24VCM68(A1),CM69(A1),JA58(10),JA58(19)Pin numberXm+0.0Xm+0.1Xm+0.2Xm+0.3Xm+0.4Xm+0.5Xm+0.6Xm+0.7Xm+1.0Xm+1.1Xm+1.2Xm+1.3Xm+1.4Xm+1.5Xm+1.6Xm+1.7Address numberBitSub panel AMemory protect (SA3)RVRV+24VCM65(A04)CM65(B05)CM65(A03)CM65(A...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01244NOTEConnection of Xm+0.0 to Xm+0.7, Xm+1.0 to Xm+1.4 shows when the Sub panel A is used.RVJA58(17)CM68(A03)0VPin numberAddress numberBitJA58(8)CM68(B03)JA58(3)CM68(A04)JA58(4)CM68(B04)JA58(5)CM68(A05)JA58(6)CM68(B05)CM69(B01)CM69(A02...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE245NOTE1 Xm+3.0–3.7 have a common line that is possible to select the source/sink type. If DICOM(CM69–B06pin) is connected to +24V, the DI signal logic is negative. But in this connection,if the DI signal wires happen to drop the gro...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01246Address No.BitYn + 5.3Yn + 5.7Yn + 6.3Yn + 6.7Yn + 7.3Yn + 7.4Yn + 7.5Yn + 7.6DVDVDVDVDVDVDVRelayDOCOMJA58 (7 )CM 68 ( A08 )CM 68 ( B08 )CM 68 ( A09 )CM 68 ( B09 )CM 69 ( A08 )CM 69 ( B08 )CM 69 ( A09 )CM 69 ( B09 )CM 68 ( B10 ),CM69...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE247Main panel A, B, A1, B1CableTerminalManual pulse generator1HA12HB10V3HA24HB20V5HA36HB30V78+5V9+5V10+5V3456+5V0VHA1HB13456+5V0VHA1HB13456+5V0VHA1HB1JA3Manual pulse generator # 1(M3 Screw)HA1HB1+5V0VHA2HB2+5V0VHA3HB3+5V0V129123418145620...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/012480.2w0.1 R 2LmBecause0.1 : MPG power supply current 0.1AR: Resistance per wire length (Ω/m)m: Wire Number(Both 0V and 5V)L: Cable length(m)LvmRExample: In case of cable A66L–0001–0286It has 3 pairs signal wires and 6 power line ...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE249And the receiver circuit is as follows.FilterInternalreceivercircuitConnector0V0VCR10K W+5V+-VIH,VIL level at Connector pinIf Vin low to high, VIH must be higher than 3.7V.If Vin high to low, VIL must be lower than 1.5V.(2) When a pen...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01250ConnectorMaker SpecificationOrder specificationJD1A, JD1B,JA3, JA58(Operator’s panel depth=60mm min.)Stand wirepress– mount typeHiroseFI30–20S (Connector)FI–20–CV7 (Case)A02B–0236–K302JD1A, JD1B,JA58(Operator’s pan...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE251DI/DO address of Keyswitches and LED on the keyboard of Main panelA/B/A1/B1 are as follows.BITKey/LED76543210Xm+4/Yn+0B4B3B2B1A4A3A2A1Xm+5/Yn+1D4D3D2D1D4C3C2C1Xm+6/Yn+2A8A7A6A5E4E3E2E1Xm+7/Yn+3C8C7C6C5B8B7B6B5Xm+8/Yn+4E8E7E6E5D8D7D6D5...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01252Table of gray code output is as follows when the Sub panel A/B/B1/C/C1is usedRotary switch (SA1)%0124681015203040506070809095100105110120Xm+0.0011001100110011001100Xm+0.1001111000011110000111Xm+0.2000011111111000000001Xm+0.3000000001...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE253I/O address map is as follows.DI mapDO mapXm+0Yn+0Xm+1General–purposeDIYn+1Xm+2Yn+2Keyboard(LED)Include general–Purpose DOXm+3Yn+3Xm+4Yn+4Xm+5Yn+5Xm+6Yn+6Xm+7Keyboard of Main panel (Keyswitches)Yn+7Xm+8Xm+9Xm+10Xm+11Xm+12 (1st MPG...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01254Directly processed address by CNC76543210X0006*ESPX0008AE2AE1X0011SKIP1Ex. In case of 16 byte mapping start from X0006 for DI area.X0006X0007X0008X0009X0010X0011X0012X0013X0014X0015X0016X0017X0018 (1st MPG)X0019 (2nd MPG)MPGX0020 (3r...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE255ItemSpecificationRemarksGeneral–purpose DI points32 points24VDC input signalsGeneral–purpose DO points8 points24VDC output signalsKeyswitches of MDI65 keysFull alphabet key (Main panel A/A1)Keyswitches of Machine op-erator’s pan...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01256Maximum load current in ON state200mA or lessSaturation voltage in ON stateMax. 1V (When load current is 200mA)Withstand voltage24V"20% or less(including momentary values)Leakage current in OFF state20µA or lessDelay timeDriver...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE257SymbolMeaning of keyEnglishBLOCKDELETEBlock delete (optional block skip); Skips the execution of the blocks starting with thefirst block prefixed with / and ending with the end of block (;) when this button ispressed during automatic ...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01258Keyboard of machine operator’s panel has 55 keys. All key tops aredetachable. MTB can customize keys and make his original key layouteasily. And using transparent key top (optional), a film sheet with markingis inserted into the ke...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE259The keyboard of this operator’s panel is a matrix composition. When threeor more keys are pushed, the bypass current cause unrelated key to beavailable. This malfunction can be prevented with ladder program. Oneexample is shown as f...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/012601) When the data of R1 is corresponding to 00h, there is no bit whichis ”1” in the data of R1.Ex. State (a) : R1=(00000000) ³ There is no dataline whereinput exists.2) When the data of R1 is corresponding to the data inunderment...

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE261(3) When the keyinput exists in two datalines or less, it is examinedwhether two or more keyinput exists on the same dataline. The data of all addresses is subtracted from logical add R1 andsubtraction result R2 is obtained. There are...

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    6. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TO MACHINE INTERFACEB–63783EN/01262CNK1 CNK2Grounding stud(M4)Grounding terminal (M3 Screw)Fuse (1A)Unit=mmView from rear side6.12.9Connector Locations6.12.9.1Connector locations ofmain panel A/A1

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    B–63783EN/016. CONNECTION OF I/O UNITS TOMACHINE INTERFACE263Grounding stud(M4)Grounding terminal (M3 Screw)Fuse (1A)Unit=mmView from rear side6.12.9.2Connector locations ofmain panel B/B1

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/012647 CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSCAUTIONA signal or power supply may possibly be assigned to a pincurrently indicated as unused in the connector signalassignment table without prior notice. Do not use any of thepins indicated as being unused.

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS265The following two LCD units are available. The each have the sameinterface.D 9.5″ STN monochrome LCDD 10.4″ TFT color LCD (for 1LCD connection)D 10.4″ TFT color LCD (for 2LCD connection)7.1LCD UNIT(DISPLAYUNIT FORCNC EXCLUSIVEUSE) INTERFACE7....

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01266CP1ACP1A0V+24V321COP20B+24V0VCOP20ACP1B (NOTE1)0V+24V321+24V0V12Control unitOptical fiber cable (NOTE2)LCD unitControl unit (CP5) orexternal power supply24VDC constant powersupply (24VDC "10%)AMP Japan1–178288–3 (housing)1–175218–5 (co...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS267The following four MDI units are available. The each have the sameinterface.D 56 key vertical typeD 56 key horizontal typeD 61 key (Full Key) vertical typeD 61 key (Full Key) horizontal typeJAE LY20–20P–DTI–P CA55*KEY04*KEY02*KEY00*KEY03*KEY...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01268CA55CK1*KEY00*KEY02*KEY03*KEY04*KEY06*KEY05*KEY07*COM00*COM02*COM01*COM03*COM04*COM06*COM05*COM07*COM08*COM10*COM09*COM11*KEY01*KEY00*KEY02*KEY03*KEY04*KEY06*KEY05*KEY07*COM00*COM02*COM01*COM03*COM04*COM06*COM05*COM07*COM08*COM10*COM09*COM11*KEY01A...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS269Cable connection (example)JA49PCR–E20MDK–SL–A12345678910SWITCH0V11121314151617181920(RES)0V(RES)0V(RES)0VSELECTO0V(RES)0V1718RDVSWITCH#1, #212RV24V0VSELECTOR24V0VSWITCH#112RVR24V0VSWITCH#212RVR24V0VLCD unitMachine operator’spanel, etc.MDI u...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01270NOTEIf the CNC–dedicated display is used, this interface cannotbe used.Cable connectionCNCPCR–EV20MDT JA2PCR–E20MDK–SL–ACK1*KEY04*KEY02*KEY00*KEY03*KEY01321*KEY05*KEY064*KEY07*COM005*COM01*COM026*COM03*COM047*COM068*COM05*COM07*COM089*COM...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS271The memory card interface of the second LCD unit cannot be used. Themachine tool builder should mount a PCMCIA blind cover as shownbelow.PCMCIA blind coverOutline drawing of the PCMCIA blind coverSpecification number A02B–0265–K5007.1.5Mountin...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01272FGSDRDRSCSDRSGCDER+24VRD0VDR0VCS0VCD0V+24VSD0VER0VRS0V24V3658220472511234567891011121314151617181920RDDRCSCDSDERRSSG+24VFGGNDCNCDBM–25SJD5A, JD5B, JD5C123456789101112131234567891014151617181920212223242511121314151617181920RD0VDR0VCS0VCD0V+24VSD0...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS273CNCJD36APCR-E20MDK-SL-A123456789101112131234567891014151617181920212223242511121314151617181920RD0VDR0VCS0VCD0V+24VSD0VER0VRS0V+5V+24V+5VFGSDRDRSCSDRSGCDER+24VLCD unitRelay connectorDBM–25SNOTEThis connector cannot be used on LCD units having a t...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01274GND JD36ARD0VDR0VCS0VCD0V+24VSD0VER0VRS0V+5V+24V+5VRDDRCSCDSDERRSSG+24VFG3658220472511234567891011121314151617181920Cable connectionRelay connectorShieldGround plateRecommended cable: A66L–0001–0284#10P (#28WAG 10 pairs)NOTED The machine tool...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS275CNCLCD unit or additional axisJD6A, JD6BPCR–E20MDK–SL–AExternal unit (RS–422)NOTE1 In the above diagram, the interface on the external unit side is simply an example. Whendeveloping a cable, design it according to the actual external unit ...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01276JD6A, JD6BI/O (RS–422)JD6 – 11JD6 – 12JD6 – 01JD6 – 02JD6 – 15JD6 – 16JD6 – 05JD6 – 06JD6 – 07JD6 – 09JD6 – 17JD6 – 18SD*SDRD*RDRS*RSCS*CSDR*DRER*ER– 06– 24– 04– 22– 09– 27– 07– 25– 12– 30– 11– 29RD...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS277FANUC Handy File can be connected to the CNC via the ES–232C serialport.SD0VER0VRS0V+24VCNCFGJD5A, JD5B, JD5APCR–EV20MDTLCDJD36APCR–E20MDK–SL–AGNDFANUCHandyFILE1234567891011121314151617181920RD0VDR0VCS0VCD0V+24VSD0VER0VRS0V+5V+24V+5V12345...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01278Manual pulse generatorManual pulse generator unit #1 (M3 screw terminal)Manual pulse generator unit #2 (M3 screw terminal)Manual pulse generator unit #3 (M3 screw terminal)Cable connectionShieldGround plateRecommended cableA66L–0001–0286 (#20AW...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS279Recommended connector: A02B–0120–K303 (includes the following body and housing)(Body: FI40–2015S, soldering type, from Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.)(Housing: FI40–20–CV5, from Hirose Electric Co., Ltd.)NOTESince some pins of this connecto...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01280The following shows the connection for the high–speed skip signal.CNCJA40HDI10VHDI30VHDI50VHDI60VHDI70VJA40PCR–EV20MDT1234567891011121314151617181920HDI00VHDI20V(ES)0VHDI4(SVC)(ENB1)(ENB2)0V(HAE1) HDI00V(HAE2) HDI10V(HAE3) HDI20V(HAE4) HDI30V(H...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS281Input signal rules for the high–speed skip (HDI)Circuit configurationReceiverCNCIiL/IiHFilterVH/VLDriverShieldAbsolute maximum ratingInput voltage range: Vin: –3.6V to +13.6VInput characteristicsItemSymbolStandardUnitsRemarksHigh–level input ...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01282The spindle interface can be configured in one of three ways on the Series15i/150i.(1) Serial spindleCNCSPDL&POS(JA41)SPMJA7AJA7BJY2TBSPMJA7AJA7BJY4JY2TBJY4Position coderSpindle motorPosition coderSpindle motor(2) Serial spindle + rotary toolSP...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS283CNCPCR-EV20MDTJA7BJA41JA7B0V0V<SINB>0V<*SINB>(+5V)<SOUTB>(+5V)1234567891011121314151617181920SINA*SINASOUTA*SOUTA[PCA][*PCA][PCB][*PCB](+5V)<*SOUTB>SOUTA*SOUTASINA*SINA0V0V0V3412121416PCR-EV20MDTJA411234121416SIN*SINSOUT*SOU...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01284(HDI1)0V(HDI3)0V(HDI5)0V(HDI6)0V(HDI7)0V11121314151617181920CNCJA407589DA2ESVCESENB1ENB2PCR-EV20MDTJA4012345678910(HDI0)0V(HDI2)0V(ES)0V(HDI4)SVCENB1ENB20VSpindle servo unit or inverterSignals in parentheses ( ) are high–speed skip (HDI) input ...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS285JA41567815179,18,2012,14,16A(PCA)N(*PCA)C(PCB)R(*PCB)B(PCZ)P(*PCZ)H(+5V)K(0V)PCA*PCAPCB*PCBPCZ*PCZ+5V0V0V0VPCZ0V*PCZ+5V(SOUTB)+5V1234567891011121314151617181920(SINA)(*SINA)(SOUTA)(*SOUTA)PCA*PCAPCB*PCB+5V(*SOUTB)PCR-EV20MDTJA41Position coderSignal...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01286The position coder generates rectangular wave voltage signals inproportion to the angle of rotation of the spindle, and is used in feed perrevolution and thread cutting.(1) 1 rotation of position coder with respect to 1 rotation of spindle(2) 1 rot...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS2873 or 4 serial spindle can be connected on the Series 15i/15i (only on M typemodels) by using the serial spindle connector panel.Serial spindle connector panel specifications: A13B–0180–B001External dimensions of serial spindle connector panelTh...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01288Connection examples(When only the electrical cable is used for connection)CNCJA41JA7A–1JA48JA7A–2SPMJA7BJA7ASPMJA7BJA7AJA7BJA7ASPMJA7BJA7ASPMSerial spindleconnector panel Interunit connection cable (1) Interunit connection cable (2) Interunit c...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS289(When only the electrical cable is used for connection)Cable connections between CNC and serial spindle connectorpanel (interunit connection cable (1))*SINASOUTA*SOUTA18*SINB<+5V>*SOUTA15[PCA]SINB[*PCB][*PCA][PCB]<+5V>*SOUTB<+5V>0...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01290123415171910121416SOUTA*SOUTASINA*SINASOUTB*SOUTBSINB*SINB0V0V0VSINA*SINASOUTA*SOUTASINB*SINBSOUTB*SOUTB0V0V0VJA41JA48341215171910121416Recommended cable–side connectorPCR–E20FA (Honda Tsushin Kogyo Co., Ltd.)CN–247J020–G/E (Fujitsu, Ltd.)5...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS291NOTE1 The +5V signals inside < > are power source signals to theoptical link adapter to be used when an optical adapter isused for the connection between the CNC and the spindle.Do not connect this signal when the optical cable is notused.2 M...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01292NOTE1 The signals inside [ ] are for use when position coders areused. They cannot be used jointly with the No.2 serialspindle interface.2 Make a branch connection from the spindle amplifiermodule to connect the 2nd and 4th serial spindles.34121517...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS293*SINSOUT*SOUT18+5V*SOUT+5V12*SINSOUTJD1(PCR–E20LMDT)0V0V0V111314161518171920SIN01030204060508070910JA7A–1, 2(PCR–E20MD)0V0V0V0V111312141615171920SIN01030204060508070910+5V+5V+5V+5V0V0VSerial spindle connector panelOptical adapterNOTEMake a br...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01294Serial communications using optical fiber cable is used as the servointerface.For details on connections relating to the servo amplifier series, refer tothe FANUC SERVO AMPLIFIER αi series Specifications (B–65282E).COP10A2COP10A1COP10B<1>C...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS295Recommended cable (optical fiber cable)For detailed specifications, see Appendix. When a separate pulse coderor linear scale is used, a separate detector interface unit is required asshown in the above. The separate detector interface unit is con...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01296CNCCOP10A–2COP10A–124VDCMain CPU or additional axisAxis control card sup-porting servo HRV3Servo amplifier: All servo amplifiers in thisexample are single–axisamplifiers. These amplifi-ers are amplifiers for high–speed HRV current control...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS297 – When high–speed HRV current control is to be used, amplifiers forhigh–speed HRV current control are required. As the separatedetector interface unit, a separate detector interface unit supportingservo HRV3 must be used.COP10A–1Axis cont...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01298 – When four controlled axes are connected to an FSSB line thatuses high–speed HRV current control, a separate detectorinterface unit must be connected at the far end of the FSSBline. When there are three controlled axes or less, however,the s...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS299ItemSpecificationPower supply+24VDC("10%)0.9A : Only use Basic 4 axes unit1.5A : Use Basic 4 axes unit and additional 4 axes unitOrdering informationBasic 4 axes unit: A02B–0236–C205Additional 4 axes unit : A02B–0236–C204External dimen...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01300This is required only when the separate absolute detector is used.010302040605+6V0807091011131214161518171920JA4A(PCR–EV20MDT)+6V0V+–0VJA4A+6V0V+6V0V+-73Recommend lead: y 0.2mm2 (7/0.18)Recommended connectors:PCR–E20FA (Honda)F130–20S (Hiro...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS301PCR–EV20MDTJF101 to 108JF101 to JF10812345691820121416PCA*PCAPCB*PCBPCZ*PCZ+5V+5V+5V0V0V0VPCA*PCAPCB*PCBPCZ*PCZ+5V+5V+5V0V0V0VPCB*PCAPCA0V32140VPCZ5*PCZ60V(+6V)7(REQ)8+5V+5V910+5V13121114151617181920Cable connectionRecommended cable: A66L–0001...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01302PCR–EV20MDTJF101 to 108JF101 to JF108125691820121416SD*SDREQ*REQ+5V+5V+5V0V0V0VSD*SDREQ*REQ+5V+5V+5V0V0V0V*SDSD0V32140VREQ5*REQ60V(+6V)78+5V+5V910+5V13121114151617181920Recommended connector: A02B–0120–K303 (includes the following body and h...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS303When absolute detection is used:PCR–EV20MDTJF101 to 108JF101 to JF1081234567891820121416PCA*PCAPCB*PCBPCZ*PCZ+6VAREQ+5V0V0VSHLDPCA*PCAPCB*PCBPCZ*PCZ+6VREQ+5V+5V+5V0V0V0VPCB*PCAPCA0V32140VPCZ5*PCZ60V+6V7REQ8+5V+5V910+5V13121114151617181920MS3102A...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01304When incremental detection is used:PCR–EV20MDTJF101 to 108JF101 to JF10812345691820121416PCA*PCAPCB*PCBPCZ*PCZ+5V+5V+5V0V0V0VSHLDPCA*PCAPCB*PCBPCZ*PCZ+5V+5V+5V0V0V0VPCB*PCAPCA0V32140VPCZ5*PCZ60V(+6V)7(REQ)8+5V+5V910+5V13121114151617181920MS3102A...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS305(1) A, B phase signal inputWhen positional information is input by A and B phase signals whichhave a phase deviation of 90° to each other, the direction in which the Bphase advances is taken as the plus direction, and the direction in whichthe A p...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01306If the separate pulse coder rotates in the direction opposite to that in whichthe servo motor rotates, change the connection of the interface cable forthe separate pulse coder as stated below:(1) Exchange signal PCA with signal PCB.(2) Exchange sig...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS307(1) Use the unit in a completely sealed cabinet.(2) Mount the unit on a vertical surface, and allow a space of at least 100mm above and below the unit. Do not place any unit generating a largeamount of heat under the detector interface unit.(3) Fo...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01308A flat cable is used to connect an additional unit to the basic unit as shownbelow. The flat cable is 100 mm long.CNF2CNF1As viewed from the top of the unitBasic unitAdditional unitMountingsurfaceMarkingBMarkBMarkThe flat cable should be ordered t...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS309Basic unitAdditional unitMounting hole layout and dimensionsIf both basic and additional units are to be used, separate the mountingholes by 70 to 80 mm, as shown above.Details of mountingholes

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01310Using DIN rail for mountingHow to mountHow to removeDIN railDIN railHow to mount1. Place the hook of the unit on the top end of the DIN rail.2. Push in the unit firmly until it clicks.How to remove1. Pull down the lock on the unit using a flat–bl...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS311AIN01CNCJA6(PCR–EV20MDT)110V2(0V)12AIN23AIN3130V40V14515(0V)6(0V)167178189191020Analog voltage input range: –10 V to +10VInput current: 0.5 mA (minimum)Additional axisNOTESignals enclosed in parentheses cannot be used at present.Do not connec...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01312Serial communication board A1JD5LPCR–E20LMDET–SLHost computer (example)Conceptual diagram of the signalconnection relationshipsHost sideCNC sideOutputInput7.8REMOTE BUFFERINTERFACE7.8.1Serial CommunicationBoard A1 (RS–232–C)

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS313Cable connection exampleShieldGrounding plateIf not using CS, connect it to RS. For protocol A and extended protocolA, however, it is used for busy control, and must be connected as shownin the figure above.If not using DR, connect it to ER.Be sur...

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    7. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALSB–63783EN/01314Serial communication board A2JD6LPCR–E20LMDET–SL (+24V) is not used.Host computer (example)(1) Conceptual diagram of the signal connection relationshipsThe figure below is a conceptual diagram showing the connectionrelationships between the sig...

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    B–63783EN/017. CONNECTION TO CNC PERIPHERALS315(2) RS–422 cable connection example(*2)ShieldGrounding plateNOTE1 Be sure to use a twisted pair cable.2 The pin position of the *DM signal on the CNC is not regular, unlike those of the other signals.(The reason for this is to reduce the possibil...

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    8. CONNECTION TO OTHER NETWORKSB–63783EN/013168 CONNECTION TO OTHER NETWORKSThe i Series CNC can be connected to the following networks. For anexplanation of how to make the connection, refer to the manuals listedbelow:Manual titleManual codeFANUC I/O Link–II Connection ManualB–62714ENFANU...

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    B–63783EN/019. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)3179 HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)

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    9. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)B–63783EN/01318The high–speed serial bus (HSSB) enables the high–speed transfer oflarge amounts of data between a commercially available IBM PC orcompatible personal computer or CNC display unit with PC functions anda CNC, by connecting them via a high–spe...

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    B–63783EN/019. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)319PC/AT compatible personal computerPersonal computer interface board(Installed in an ISA slot or PCI slot)High–speedserial busHSSB interface board on the CNCOptical fiber cable9.3CONNECTIONDIAGRAM

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    9. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)B–63783EN/01320JNA F–BUS backplane connectorCOP7SW1high–speed serial bus setup switchWith the rotary switch SW1 on the board, the start sequence at power–upcan be changed.Setting of rotaryswitch SW12. Description0Setting for maintenance. The start menu ap...

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    B–63783EN/019. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)321With the rotary switch SW1 on the board and the jumper plug SW5 on theCNC display unit with PC functions, the start sequence at power–up canbe changed.Setting ofrotary switchSW1Jumperplug (SW5)Description0OpenSetting for maintenance. The start m...

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    9. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)B–63783EN/01322CAUTION1 The personal computer must be purchased and maintainedby the machine tool builder or end user.2 FANUC is not liable for any problems resulting from theoperation of users’ personal computers, regardless ofwhether the operations are norma...

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    B–63783EN/019. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)323(1) The PCI personal computer interface board can be used with thepersonal computer conforming to the PCI standard rev. 2.1 (5V). Itsupports the ISA–type slot, but not the MCA–type slot.(2) To use this board, the HSSB driver must be installed...

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    9. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)B–63783EN/01324WARNINGBefore starting to mount or remove a personal computerinterface board, switch off the personal computer and itsperipheral devices, and disconnect their power supplycables. Otherwise, there is a serious danger of electricshock.(1) For the I...

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    B–63783EN/019. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)325A20B–8001–0583A20B–8001–0582LMNPersonal computerinterface boardsNew type 2(When viewed fromthe top of the board)Channel AChannel AChannel BThe I/O base address of the interface board is LMN0h(*1). The factory settings are as follows:A20B...

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    9. HIGH–SPEED SERIAL BUS (HSSB)B–63783EN/01326(1) Personal computer interface board(A) Electrostatic interferenceThe personal computer interface board is shipped in an anti–staticbag. To store or transport the interface board, always place it inthe anti–static bag. Before removing the i...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS32710 CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSOrdering numbers of related basic unitsA13B–0193–B031 to –B057

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/01328The CNC display unit with PC functions is a panel computerincorporating an IBM PC–compatible personal computer. The CNCdisplay unit with PC functions can be connected to the Series 150i systemthrough a high–speed optical fiber (high–sp...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS329 – The copyright of Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows 95/98 andother software provided with the CNC display unit with PC functionsis owned by Microsoft Corporation (USA), NeoMagic Inc., PhoenixTechnologies Ltd., PFU Co.,Ltd, and FANUC LTD. ...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/01330ItemSpecificationCPUPentium III 500MHzCeleron 400MHzMMX–Pentium 233MHzMemory32MB, 64MB or 128MB(32MB can be specified only in case of MMX–Pentium)DisplayUnitLCD10.4” color LCD (640x480dots, 65536 colors) or12.1” color LCD (800x600dots...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS331ItemSpecificationWeightfor 10.4” LCD type3.6kg (Intelligent Terminal)3.5kg (FA Full–keyboard with 3.5”HDD unit for vertical)2.9kg (MDI with 3.5”HDD unit for vertical)2.7kg (MDI with 3.5”HDD unit for horizontal)for 12.1” LCD type4....

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/01332: Optical link Module & CableCOLOR LCD PANELPCMCIA CARD SLOT PCMCIACARDÅÅÅÅŸŸŸŸŽŸŸŸŸŽ*1CNC display unit withPC functionsŽŽŽ*2ÅÅŸŽÔ CNC Control UnitPOWER SUPPLYHSSB I/F BOARD HSSB(COP7)THE OTHER PCB MDI(JA2)HD...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS333 ÅÅÅÅÅÅÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕ!!!!ÕÕÕÕÕ!!""""##$$$$%%&&&&&&ÅÅ’’((ŽŽŽŽ: Optical link Module & CableCOLOR LCD PANELPCMCIA CARD SLOTPCMCIACARD*2CNC display unit withPC functi...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/01334 ÅÅÅÅÅÅ’’’’’’((((’’(())**+,ÕÕÕÕ&& ÅÅÅÅ&&&&----$$""""ŽŽŽŽŽŽ: Optical link Module & CableCOLOR LCD PANELPCMCIA CARD SLOTPCMCIACARDCNC display unit withPC...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS335 ÅÅÅÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕÕ!!!!ÕÕÕÕÕÕ!!""""##$$$$%%&&&&&&ÅÅ’’(ŽŽŽŽ: Optical link Module & CableCOLOR LCD PANELPCMCIA CARD SLOTPCMCIACARD*2CNC display unit withPC functio...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/01336When CNC display unit with PC functions is used, the followingenvironmental conditions (as measured top of the CNC display unit withPC functions inside the cabinet) must be ensured for the CNC display unitwith PC functions unit installation.A...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS337CAUTIONIf an operation error or mishap occurs, the data on the harddisk may be lost, even if all the installation conditions aresatisfied. Therefore, always maintain a backup copy of thedata on the hard disk in case the stored data is lost or...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/013382) Power SupplyFollowing powers are usable for peripherals.Check the power supply current required for each connectedperipheral and then make sure that the following usage range isnot exceeded.VoltageEquipmentMax. Current +5VFDD,Keyboard, Mou...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS339The following three spaces are required around the CNC display unit withPC functions.(a) Space for connecting cables.Also, If you wish to exchange a battery or a fuse without removingIntelligent Terminal 3 from the machine panel, this space A...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/01340FuseBatteryUnit : mm..........................................................................................20..............................................................................57X60CABCBAIn case that PCI Extension Board FittingP...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS341The HDD unit is mounted on the backside of the MDI or the FAFull–Keyboard.FA Full Keyboardor MDI UnitHDD UnitFAN..........................................................................2030........................C................C...........

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/01342Soft–key(Connect to separateMDI)³ 10.7.11PCMCIACard slot(Display side)CP5Show fromThe back side CNH3CD34COP7CN7CD32B CD32ACN2CN2BJD9JD33JD46CNP1CNP2Connector NumberConnector NameFunctionReferenceCP5+24V INPUTMain Power Inputto Section10.7...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS343123CNC display unit with PC functionsCP5+24V0VAMP2–178288–3 (CASE)1–175218–5 (CONTACT)+24VDC INPUT1) Cable Wiring12+24V0V+24V0V2) Recommended Cable MaterialUse wire of AWG16 (1.3mm2) or thicker.NOTEPlease wire this cable separately fr...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/01344In case of CNC display unit with PC functions with the TOUCH–PANEL,Serial Port 1 is not available because the TOUCH–PANELCONTROLLER uses the 1st port of RS–232–C.CNC display unit with PC functionsex.) Host ComputerJD33 (PCR–E20MD)(D...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS3451) RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIALA66L–0001–0284#10P@@@0.08mm2 X 10 pairs2) RECOMMENDED CONNECTOR FOR CABLE and HOUSING(JD33 sideKCONNECTORHOUSINGMAKERPCR–E20FAPCR–V20LA/PCS–E20LA(Honda Tsushin Kogyo)FI30–20SFI–20–CV2/FI–20–CV7...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/013461USB1_5V41RD11 SD20V12 USB1_0V3DR13 ER40V14 USB2_0V5CS15 RS6USB1+16 USB2+7CD17 USB2–8USB1–18 USB2_5V9RI19 (+24V)10(+24V)20 USB1_5V1FG2SD3RD4RS5CS6DR7SG8CD91011121314151617181920ER2122RI2324252USB1+33USB1–24USB1_0V143211USB2_5V2USB2+3USB...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS347NOTE1 The figure shows a sample host computer interface and USB. Design the cable to suit theinterface of the actual device to be connected.2 The +24V pins of the interface for CNC display unit with PC functions shown above can be usedonly wi...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/013481STD011*STB2STD1120V3STD213*AFD4STD3140V5STD415*INIT6STD5160V7STD617*SLIN8STD718*ACK9PE19*ERROR10SLCT20BUSYCNC display unit with PC functionsex.) PRINTERJD9 (PCR–E20MD)1*STB190V2STD0200V3STD1210V4STD2220V5STD3230V7STD5250V6STD4240V8STD6260V...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS3491) RECOMMENDED CABLE MATERIAL SPEC.A66L–0001–0284#10P@@@0.08mm2 10 pairs2) RECOMMENDED CONNECTOR FOR CABLE andHOUSING(JD9 sideKCONNECTORHOUSINGMAKERPCR–E20FAPCR–V20LA/PCS–E20LA(Honda Tsushin Kogyo)FI30–20SFI–20–CV2/FI–20–C...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/01350Refer to the following TECHNICAL REPORT thatdescribes the HSSB and Optical Fiber Cable.NameSpec.FANUC High Speed Serial Bus Type 2Connecting and Maintenance ManualA–73527ENOTE1 Optical fiber cable used for FANUC I/O Link, for FSSB andfor Se...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS351Full Keyboard (in the market)or FA Full KeyboardCD32A(mini–DIN6)65KEYCLK4+5V30V21KEYDATACNC display unit with PC functionsKBNOTESome kinds of Full Keyboard may not work properly with CNC display unit with PC functions,so careful checking by...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/01352NOTERefer to the below manual about FA Full Keyboard.NameDrawing No.FA FULL–KEYBOARD FOR FANUC NC BOARD CONNECTION MANUALA–73159E1) Cable ConnectionConnect HDD Signal cable to CNH3.Connect HDD Power cable to CN2B.Connect FAN cable to CN7....

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS35310V2DENSEL30V450V670V8*INDEX90V10*DS0110V12*DS1130V14(Reserve)150V16*MTRON170V18*DIR190V20*STEP210V22*WDATA230V24*WE250V26*TRK0270V28*WPRT290V30*RDATA310V32HDSEL330V34*DSKCH10V2DENSEL30V450V670V8*INDEX90V10*MT0110V12*DS1130V14*DS0150V16*MT117...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/013541) Cable Wiring0VDENSEL0V(NC)0V(NC)0V*INDEX0V*MT00V*DS10V*DS00V*MT10V*DIR0V*STEP0V*WDATA0V*WE0V*TRK00V*WPRT0V*RDATA0VHDSEL0V*DSKCH0VDENSEL0V(NC)0V(NC)0V*INDEX0V*DS00V*DS10V(Reserve)0V*MTRON0V*DIR0V*STEP0V*WDATA0V*WE0V*TRK00V*WPRT0V*RDATA0VHDS...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS355CNC display unit with PC functionsSeparate MDICNK21) Cable Length: 50 cmPCMCIA card(Type I, Type II)PCMCIACard slotBack sideDoorCNC display unit with PC functionsNOTE1 Only Type I or Type II PCMCIA card using only +5V is usable. The following...

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    10. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONSB–63783EN/01356The size of usable board on the CNC display unit with PC functions isdefined as below figure, and one or two boards can be mounting on theCNC display unit with PC functions.Parts height of front side : up to 13mmParts height of back side : up...

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    B–63783EN/0110. CNC DISPLAY UNIT WITH PC FUNCTIONS357Vibration Proof FittingsPCI Extension BoardScrew Point (A)Slot 1Press DownScrew Point (B)Slot 2(1) Environment ConditionsRefer to the specifications of PCI extension board for theenvironmental conditions for installation of it. If the PCI ext...

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    11. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNALB–63783EN/0135811 EMERGENCY STOP SIGNALUsing the emergency stop signal effectively enables the design of safemachine tools.The emergency stop signal is provided to bring a machine tool to anemergency stop. It is input to the CNC controller, servo amplifier, andspindle ...

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    B–63783EN/0111. EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL359+X–X+Y–Y+Z–Z+4–4Stroke end limit switchEmergencystop buttonRelaypowerRelease switchSpark killerSKSpark killerSKRelayEMGemg1emg2CNC control unit+24*ESP+24*ESPMCCOFF3MCCOFF4α series control amplifier(PSM)SVMSPML1 L2L3External power sourceL1L23φ200...

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    APPENDIX

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS363A UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSFig. 1 (a)External dimensions of 2 slot control unitFig. 1 (b)External dimensions of 4 slot control unitFig. 2 (a)External dimensions of 10.4″/9.5″ LCD unitFig. 2 (b)External dimensions of 10.4″ LCD unit f...

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01364Fig. 1 (a) External dimensions of 2 slot control unitWeight: 3.5 kg

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS365Fig. 1 (b) External dimensions of 4 slot control unitWeight: 6 kg

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01366Fig. 2 (a) External dimensions of 10.4″/9.5″ LCD unit8 mm along the periphery on the rear surface of theinstallation panel is masked by paint.Mounting hold dimensionsProtective earth studWeight: 2.2 kgSpring lock type : 100 max.Screw lock t...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS367Fig. 2 (b) External dimensions of 10.4″ LCD unit for two LCDs connection220Note52744–M32802908mm along the periphery on the rear surface of the installation panel is masked by paint.Mounting hold dimensionsProtective earth studSpring lock ty...

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01368Fig. 3 (a) External dimensions of MID unit, 56 key (horizontal type)8 mm along the periphery on the rear surface of theinstallation panel is masked by paint.Mounting hold dimensionsProtective earth studWeight: 1.7 kgNOTEFor the screw lock type: ...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS369Fig. 3 (b) External dimensions of MDI unit Full Key (61 Key) (horizontal type)8 mm along the periphery on the rear surface of the installa-tion panel is masked by paint.Mounting hold dimensionsProtective earth studWeight:1.7 kgNOTEFor the screw ...

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01370Fig. 3 (c)External dimensions of MID unit, 56 key (vertical type)8 mm along the periphery on the rear surface of theinstallation panel is masked by paint.Mounting hold dimensionsProtective earth studWeight: 2.0 kgNOTEFor the screw lock type: 60...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS371Fig. 3 (d) External dimensions of MDI unit Full Key (61 Key) (vertical type)8 mm along the periphery on the rear surface of theinstallation panel is masked by paint.Mounting hold dimensionsProtective earth studWeight: 2.0 kgNOTEFor the screw loc...

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01372Fig. 4 External Dimensions of CNC Display Unit with PC FunctionsExternal Dimensions Table (For an explanation of panel cutouts, see Fig. 4.7.)NameSpecification numberRemarksRefer-ence itemA1A08B–0082–B00110.4 color LCD, without Touch Panel, ...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS373Fig. 4.1 (a) CNC Display Unit with PC Functions (10.4” LCD Type)Specification : A13B–0193–B031 to –B03827 (From the outside of the plate)55Weight: 3.3kgUpper View Unit : mmFront View 29028055Side View 220254–φ4125(With PCI Extension...

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01374Fig. 4.1 (b) CNC Display Unit with PC Functions (12.1” LCD Type)Specification : A13B–0193–B041 to –B048Weight: 4.5kgUnit : mm3405516516522530 125(With PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate )60(Without PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate )U...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS375Fig. 4.1 (c) CNC Display Unit with PC Functions (15.0” LCD Type)Specification : A13B–0193–B051 to –B057 Weight: 6.0kgUnit : mm4005519519523035125(With PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate )60(Without PCI Extension Board Fitting Plate )Upp...

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01376Fig. 4.2 (a) FA Full Keyboard (for 10.4” LCD Type)Weight: 3.5 kg(In mm)For an explanation of panelcutouts, see Fig. 4.7.a: M5 x 10mmb: M5 x 10mm(Frame GND)

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS377Fig. 4.2 (b) FA Full Keyboard (for 12.1” LCD Type)Weight: 3.7 kg(In mm)For an explanation of panelcutouts, see Fig. 4.7.a: M5 x 10mmb: M5 x 10mm(Frame GND)

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01378Fig. 4.2 (c) FA Full Keyboard (for 15.0” LCD Type)For an explanation ofpanel cutouts, see Fig.4.7. b: M5 x 10mm(Frame GND)Weight :3.9 kg(Unit :mm)4006–φ51550"40250"4060.620258086140b34274–R5352–ø5Unpaint rear side(ø10)Blank ...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS379Fig. 4.3 (a) MDI (for 10.4” LCD Type, Vertically Installed)Weight: 2.9 kg(In mm)For an explanation of panelcutouts, see Fig. 4.7.a: M5 x 10mmb: M5 x 10mm(Frame GND)

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01380Fig. 4.3 (b) MDI (for 12.1” LCD Type, Vertical Installed)Weight: 3.2 kg(In mm)For an explanation of panelcutouts, see Fig. 4.7.a: M5 x 10mmb: M5 x 10mm(Frame GND)Blank panelConnector panelConnector panel openingBlank panelDo not wait the rear ...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS381Fig. 4.3 (c) MDI (for 10.4” LCD Type, Horizontally Installed)Weight: 2.7 kg(In mm)For an explanation of panelcutouts, see Fig. 4.7.a: M5 x 10mmb: M5 x 10mm(Frame GND)

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01382Fig. 4.3 (d) MDI (for 12.1” LCD Type, Horizontally Installed)Weight: 3.1 kg(In mm)For an explanation of panelcutouts, see Fig. 4.7.a: M5 x 10mmb: M5 x 10mm(Frame GND)Connector panelBlank panelConnector panel openingDo not wait the rear with an...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS383Fig. 4.4Floppy Disk Drive (A02B–0207–C008)(In mm)For an explanation of panelcutouts, see Fig. 4.7.FDDACRYLICWINDOW

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01384Fig. 4.5Type 101/106 Full KeyboardsType 101 full keyboard (A86L–0001–0210K)(In mm)Type 106 full keyboard (A86L–0001–0211)(In mm)NOTENeither type 101 nor 106 keyboard is dustproof. Use themfor program development. The ambient temperatur...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS385Fig. 4.6Mouse (A86L–0001–0212)(In mm)CapBallPosition where the devicenameplate is attachedNOTE1 The mouse is not dustproof. Use it for programdevelopment and maintenance only. The ambienttemperature must be in the range of 0 to 40 °C.2 Th...

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01386Fig. 4.7Panel Cutouts3848–M3195195(HOLE)– 15.0”LCD type CNC display unit with PC functions- FA Full Key board 15.0”LCD type– 10.4” LCD type CNC display unit with PC functions– FA full keyboard for the 10.4” LCD type– MDI for th...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS387Fig. 5 External dimensions of Hard Disk UnitWeight: 1.7 kg

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01388Fig. 6 (a)Personal Computer Interface Card (ISA Standard)Drawing numbers: A20B–8001–0582 (2–ch type)A20B–8001–0583 (1–ch type)Weight: 0.2 kg

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS389Fig. 6 (b)Personal Computer Interface Card (PCI Standard)Drawing numbers: A20B–8001–0960 (2–ch type)A20B–8001–0961 (1–ch type)Weight: 0.1 kg

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01390Fig. 7 (a)External dimensions of position coders A and BSpecification No.: A86L–0026–0001#102 (Max. 4000min–1)A86L–0026–0001#002 (Max. 6000min–1)ConnectorRadialThrustOperation1 kg or less1 kg or lessIdle20 kg or less10 kg or lessNote...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS391Fig. 7 (b)External dimensions of α position coderSpecification No.: A860–0309–T302 (Max. 10,000min–1)Note: Mechanical specifications of the position coder are as follows:(1) Input axis inertia1.0 × 10–3 kg·cm·sec2 or less(2) Input ax...

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01392Fig. 8 (a)External dimensions of manual pulse generatorSpecification No.: A860–0203–T001M3 screw terminalWeight: Approx. 0.2 kg3–M4On the f72 circumference

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS393Fig. 8 (b)External dimensions of pendant–type manual pulse generatorSpecification No.: A860–0203–T010 to T015A860–0203–T010 to T015

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01394Fig. 9External dimensions of separate detector interface unitWeight: 0.4 kg

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS395Fig. 10External dimensions of battery case for separate detector absolute pulse coderSpecification No.: A06B–6050–K060103FANUC40A7878Plus terminal with3–M3 screw holesMinus terminal with3–M3 screw holes4–ø4.3 Mounting holesArrow view...

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01396Fig. 11 (a) External dimensions of punch panel (thin type connector with a screw lock)Specification No.: A02B–0236–C191 to C193Mounting hole diagramAt the rear of the metal panel, the area within 8 mm ofthe outside edge is left unpainted.NO...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS397Fig. 11 (b) External dimensions of punch panel (thin type connector with a spring lock)Specification No.: A02B–0210–C191 to C193Mounting hole diagramAt the rear of the metal panel, the area within 8 mm ofthe outside edge is left unpainted.

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01398Fig. 12External dimensions of FANUC Handy FileCable length:3.0 mmWeight:1.4 kgUnit:mm

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS399Fig. 13External dimensions of Machine Operator’s panelExternal dimensions tableNameSpecification numberRemarksReference itemMain panel A1A02B–0236–C230Symbolic keyFig. 13.1Main panel A1A02B–0236–C240English keyFig. 13.2Main panel AMain...

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01400Fig. 13 (a) Outline of Main panel A28029055529014014056–f4660(80)*270Panel cut drawing1401402746–M3Note)When a low screw–fixing housing“HIROSE FI–20–CV7” is used,the depth is 60mm.When a usual housing is used,the depth is 80mm.3002...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS401Fig. 13 (b) Outline of Main panel A1Note)When a low screw–fixing housing“HIROSE FI–20–CV7” is used,the depth is 60mm.When a usual housing is used,the depth is 80mm.17.6Weight: 2.5 kg(Unit : mm)6–f452901401405660(80)*2701401402746–M...

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01402Fig. 13 (c)Outline of Main panel A/A1 (with data server HDD unit for CNC displayunit with PC functions)* When a low screw–fixing housing HIROSE FI–20–CV7is used, the dimension is 60mm. When a usual housingis used, the dimension is 80mm.Dat...

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS403Fig. 13 (d) Outline of Main panel BNote)When a low screw–fixing housing“HIROSE FI–20–CV7” is used,the depth is 60mm.When a usual housing is used,the depth is 80mm.Unit : mmPanel cut drawing

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01404Fig. 13 (e) Outline of Main panel B1Note)When a low screw–fixing housing“HIROSE FI–20–CV7” is used,the depth is 60mm.When a usual housing is used,the depth is 80mm.Unit : mmPanel cut drawing

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS405Fig. 13 (f) Outline of Sub panel A60667070708055Unit : mmPanel cut drawing55280290Earth stud(M4)2701401402746–M36–f4

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01406Fig. 13 (g) Outline of Sub panel BPanel cut drawingEarth stud(M4)Unit : mm

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS407Fig. 13 (h) Outline of Sub panel B1Earth stud(M4)Panel cut drawingUnit : mm

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    A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMSB–63783EN/01408Fig. 13 (i)Outline of Sub panel CPanel cut drawingEarth stud(M4)Unit : mm

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    B–63783EN/01A. UNIT EXTERNAL DIMENSION DIAGRAMS409Fig. 13 (j)Outline of Sub panel C1Panel cut drawingM4 stud for Earth(Rear side)Unit : mm

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01410B EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSFig. titleSpecification No.Fig. No.PCR connector (soldering type)PCR–E20FSFig.1FI40 connectorFI40–2015SFig.2Connector case (HONDA PCR type)PCR–V20LA/PCR–V20LBFig.3Connector case (HIROSE FI type)FI–20...

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS411Fig. 1 PCR Connector (Soldering type)HONDA1.27A17.3nn2) 1715.1B1.27Displayn2PCR-E20FSA21.65B11.43TYPE: HONDA PCR–E20FS(SOLDERING TYPE)USAGE: GENERALHOUSING: HONDA PCR–V20LADIMENSION

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01412Fig. 2 FI40 Connector16.2511.431.2713.3519.215°5.52.21.79.21234567891011121314151617181920S1234567891012141618201.8358.54.37AA2.4 2.4(1)(2)(3)(4)Section AANoteThis connector does nothave contacts for positions11,13,15,17, and 19.Tab forshieldc...

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS413Fig. 3 Connector case (HONDA PCR type)TYPE: HONDA PCR–V20LA (for 6 dia. cable)USAGE: GENERAL9.5HONDA21303711.4(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(1) (2) Case(3)Cable clamp(4)Lock bracket(5)Lock lever(6)Set screw for cable clamp

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01414Fig. 4 Connector case (HIROSE FI type)(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)21±0.311.5±0.3TYPE:HIROSE FI–20–CVUSAGE:PULSE CODER INTERFACELINEAR SCALE INTERFACEMANUAL PULSE GENERATOR INTERFACE(1) (2) Case(3)Lock bracket(4)Lock lever(5)Cable clamp(6)Set screw ...

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS415Fig. 5 Connector case (FUJITSU FCN type)21303711.4(2)FC020–029.5Cable clampScrewLock leverTYPE:FUJITSU FCN–240C20–Y/S (for 5.8 dia. cable)USAGE:GENERAL

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01416Fig. 6 Connector case (PCR type (Hirose Electric))

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS417Fig. 7 AMP Connector (1)312D–3AMP(25.5)19.2416.322.8X10.165.084.053.11230.66.557.15321GSR321G200B200ACircuit No.Circuit No.TYPE: AMP1–178128–3USAGE: POWER SUPPLY UNITCP1200VAC INPUTPOWER SUPPLY UNITCP2200VAC INPUTCP310″LCD/MDI UNITCP11D...

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01418Fig. 8 AMP Connector (2)B3B2B1FBFAALA3A2A1COMOFFONCircuit No.Circuit No.TYPE: AMP2–178129–6USAGE: POWER SUPPLY UNITCP4ON/OFF CONTROLDIMENSION

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS419Fig. 9 AMP Connector (3)312D–3AMP(22.96)16.716.322.8Y7.623.814.053.11230.66.557.153210V+24VTYPE: AMP2–178288–3USAGE: POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP5+24V OUTPUTDIMENSIONCircuit No.Circuit No.

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01420Fig. 10 AMP Connector (4)312D–3AMP(22.96)16.716.322.8X7.623.814.053.11230.66.557.153210V+24ECircuit No.TYPE: AMP1–178288–3USAGE: POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP6+24E OUTPUTDIMENSIONCircuit No.

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS421Fig. 11 Contact for AMP ConnectorSEPARATE: AMP1–175218–2(Gold coated)AMP1–175218–5(Tin coated)REEL: AMP1–175196–2(Gold coated)AMP1–175196–5(Tin coated)WIRE: AWG 16, 18, 20(21.8)31In case of reelA–A2.92.9"0.44.25.5"...

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01422Fig. 12 Honda connector (Case)(2)(1)(3)(4)(5)A(B)C(D)MR–20LMH (Plug)MR–20LFH (Jack)MR–50LMH (Plug)MR–50LFH (Jack)SpecificationSymbolA(B)C(D)Number ofterminals39.344.939.8172067.973.544.81850Symbol12345NameConnector coverCable clampScrew...

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS423Fig. 13 Honda connector (angled–type case)External dimensions of 50–pin connector

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01424Fig. 14Honda connector (Male)(2)(1)(3)2–M2AB1319.910.98.42.4HONDA8910111213123456714151617181920Symbol123NameCable clampScrew 2.6dia.×8MR–20RMHMR–50RMHAB32.827.82061.456.450Number ofterminalsConnector (MR–20,–50FH)

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS425Fig. 15Honda connector (Female)(2)(1)(3)2–M2AB1318.18.562.4HONDA1234567891011121314151617181920MR–20RMHMR–50RHFAB32.827.82061.456.450Symbol123NameCable clampScrew 2.6dia.×8Connector (MR–20,–50FH)Number ofterminals

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01426Fig. 16HONDA connector (terminal layout)2345678910111213141516171811920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950HONDAMR–50MH(50–core,plug)23456789101112131415161718119202122232425262728293031323334353637383940414243444546...

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS427Fig. 17Connector made by FCI (3 pins, brown)32 max.19.06307.76"0.25.08123Specification(Connector makernumber)Connector housing for cableContact(Crimp type)(Solder type)NameRemarksSMS3PK–5RC16M–23T3RC16M–SCT3BrownFor details on tools ...

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01428Fig. 18Connector (Japan Aviation Electronics)(for MDI)181320.521.6(pitch)LY10–DC–20

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS429Fig. 19Contact (Japan Aviation Electronics)(for MDI)Detailed contact diagram (Scale: 10:1)Product nameContact positionSection A–AExcluding the crimp terminal0.4LY10–C2–3–1000

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01430Fig. 20Reader puncher panel connectorABCFG10HJ6.1A53.0D7.8G10.7B38.3E12.6H1.2C47.0F41.3J0.8AAE102–3.05fD1010.8A–Across sectionFig. 21Reader puncher connector metal fitting for lockInterlock screwM2.6×P0.45 screwSmall round head screw1.2 gr...

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS431Fig. 22Connector for hirose flat cableSpecificationHIROSE ELEC. CO.HIF3BA–20D–2. 54R (20contacts)HIF3BB–50D–2. 54R (50contacts)HIF3BAHIF3BBSection B–B’1.271.271.271.0915.614.4ASS’Y DIAGRAMSection A–A’C3.82.77.0*3*1*2AAA’BB...

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01432Fig. 23Honda connectorHonda MR type, 50 pins, male, connection printed circuit board soldering type connectorType No.Honda Tsushin Kogyo Co., Ltd.MRH–50FDPin configuration of Honda MR connector, 50 pins, maleViewed from the connector side

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    B–63783EN/01B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORS433Fig. 24AMP connectorType: AMP 178214–1Application: Used for the loader I/O boardDimensions:Fig. 25Faston TerminalType: Faston terminalUse:Frame groundingApplicable housing: 170604–1 manufactured by AMP Japan, Ltd. or FVDDF2–250 TYPE I ...

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    B. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTORSB–63783EN/01434Fig. 26HIROSE connector (for DeviceNet Board)Type: HR31–5.08P–5SCApplication: DeviceNetDimensions:Fig. 27Contact for HIROSE connector (for DeviceNet Board)Type: HR31–SC–121Application: DeviceNetDimensions:

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    B–63783EN/01C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES435C 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESThis section provides supplementary information about therecommended (FANUC–approved) 20–pin interface connectors usedwith the following target model.

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    C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63783EN/01436(a) Vertical–type ConnectorsModels: PCR–EV20MDT (Honda Tsushin)52618–2011 (Molex Japan)These board–mounted connectors have been specially developed toachieve the high packing density required for FANUC products. Asexplained in t...

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    B–63783EN/01C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES437The cable connector is separated into a body and a housing. Theconnectors available are shown below. Models marked with (*) havebeen customized for FANUC; those not so marked are mass producedas standard products.CableconnectorUseGeneral...

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    C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63783EN/01438Strand wire press–mount connector :With this connector, #28AWG wires arepress–connected to each pin at the same time.The cost of producing a cable/connectorassembly with this connector model is muchlower than with connectors designed...

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    B–63783EN/01C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES439D HousingsHousing model (manufacturer)Supplementary descriptionFI–20–CV5 (Hirose)Should be used with the FI40B–20S. This is a plastic housing designed for use witha cable that is 9.2 mm in diameter.FI–20–CV6 (Hirose)Should be ...

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    C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63783EN/01440Table C.4 Recommended connectors, applicable housings, and cablesConnector namereferenced in theConnectionManualFANUC–approvedconnector(manufacturer)FANUC–approvedhousing(manufacturer)Compatible cable (cable diameter)FANUC developme...

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    B–63783EN/01C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES441Cable wires generally need to be developed or ordered by the machinetool builder for the Series 15i/150i.FANUC has developed wires that specifically suit the interfaceconnector of the Series 15i/150i, Series 15–B/16/18. They are liste...

  • Page 454

    C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63783EN/01442(1) 10–pair cable(a) SpecificationsItemUnitSpecificationsProduct No.—A66L–0001–0284#10PManufacturer—Hitachi Cable, Ltd. Oki Electric Cable Co., Ltd.Rating—60_C 30 V: UL278980_C 30 V: UL80276MaterialConductor—Stranded wire o...

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    B–63783EN/01C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES443ItemSpecificationsUnitPacking method—BundleElectricalperformanceElectricresistance (at 20_C)W/km233 or lessInsulationresistance (at 20_C)MW–km10 or moreDielectric strength(AC)V/min.300Flame resistance—Shall pass flame resistance te...

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    C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63783EN/01444The numbers assigned to the wires correspond to the number in the table at right.75164238109Dotmark(1 pitch)Dot markcolorFirstwire–––––––––––––––RedRedRedRedRedRedRedRedRedRedSecondwireBlackBlackBlackBlackBl...

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    B–63783EN/01C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES445ItemSpecificationsUnitTwisted pairOutside diametermm1.88Direction of lay—LeftPitchmm20 or lessLay—Twist the wires at an appropriate pitch so the outermost layer isright–twisted, and wrap tape around the outermost layer. Apply acabl...

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    C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63783EN/01446(b) Cable structure (A66L–0001–0286)The cable structure is shown below.The colors in the figure indicate the colors of insulators.Drain wire0.18–mm2 twisted pair wire0.5–mm2 insulated wireBinding tapeShield braidSheathRedWhiteBla...

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    B–63783EN/01C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLES447(c) Specifications (A66L–0001–042, 0403)ItemSpecificationFANUC specification numberA66L–0001–0402A66L–0001–0403ManufacturerOki Electric Cable Co., Ltd.A–conductorB–conductorA–conductorB–conductorConductorConstitution ...

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    C. 20–PIN INTERFACE CONNECTORS AND CABLESB–63783EN/01448ItemSpecificationFANUC specification numberA66L–0001–0403A66L–0001–0402ManufacturerOki Electric Cable Co., Ltd.B–conductorA–conductorB–conductorA–conductorFinished Rating80_C 30Vassembly performanceStandardShall comply wi...

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    B–63783EN/01D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE449D OPTICAL FIBER CABLEThe i Series CNC uses optical fiber cables for the following interfaces.This table lists the usable combinations.InterfaceRecommended optical cableMaximum allowabletransmission distanceApplicable junc-tion adapterRemarkSerial spindle int...

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    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63783EN/01450(2) External type cable: A66L–6001–0026#Lj Rjjj: A66L–6001–0029#Lj RjjjCable length: 1 to 50 mOptical fiber cord diameter : 2.2 mm 2 cordsDiameter of cable with reinforced cover : 7.6 mmTensile strength : Cable with reinforced cover : 75 kgOptical ...

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    B–63783EN/01D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE451Table D(a) Standard cable lengthInternal cord type cableExternal cableA66L–6001–0023#A66L–6001–0026#A66L–6001–0029#SpecificationLengthSpecificationLengthL150R00.15 mL1R0031.0 mL300R00.3 mL2R0032.0 mL500R00.5 mL3R0033.0 mL1R0031.0 mL5R0035.0 mL2R...

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    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63783EN/014523. Procuring the cableAll the optical fiber cables mentioned above are special cable productswith optical connectors, which are designed, produced, and tested toensure the required system performance and reliability. It istechnically impossible for users to...

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    B–63783EN/01D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE453Electrical/optical conversion moduleLidOptical fiber cableOptical fibercable capsFig. D (c) Protection of electrical/optical conversion module and opticalfiber cable (when not in use)(2) Optical fiber cableD Although the reinforcing cover of the external ca...

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    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63783EN/01454D Before installing an external cable, fix either a wire with a hookor a tension member to the reinforcing cover of the opticalconnector and pull the wire or tension member, as shown in Fig.D(d). This is done to prevent a tensile force from being appliedbet...

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    B–63783EN/01D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE455D Fix the reinforcing cover of the external cable or the cordbinding portion of the internal cord type cable by using a cableclamp, as shown in Fig. D(e), to prevent the weight of theoptical fiber cable from being applied directly to the connectingpart of th...

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    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63783EN/01456Internal cord type cable:Lightly clamp the optical cable with a nylon band so that thecable shield is not deformed. If possible, the clamping forceshould be 1 or 2 kg (make sure that no force is applied to thecable). Due care is required when clamping the ...

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    B–63783EN/01D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE457(b) Example of the use of an optical fiber adapterOptical fiber cableOptical fiber adapter (A63L–0020–0002)Optical fiber cableMounting boardNOTEUp to one relay points are permitte.6. Optical fiber cable relay for FANUC High speed serial busWhen used for ...

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    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63783EN/01458(b) Example of the use of an optical fiber adapterOptical fiber cablewith low–loss opticaljunctionOptical fiber adapter with low–loss optical junction(A63L–0020–0002)Optical fiber cable with low–lossoptical junctionMounting boardNOTEUp to one relay...

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    B–63783EN/01D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE459FerruleProtective coverOptical cableOptical connectorD Features of low–loss optical cable (A66L–6001–0029)A low–loss optical cable is selected from conventional PCF opticalcables (A66L–6601–0026). The selected cable offers low loss, andits conne...

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    D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLEB–63783EN/01460D Do not allow cutting fluid to splash over the adapter or those opticalcable portions (such as connectors and cords) that are not coveredwith reinforcement coating. If the inside of the adapter and fiberend surfaces are contaminated with cutting fluid, a m...

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    B–63783EN/01D. OPTICAL FIBER CABLE461Table D(c) FANUC optical fiber cablesSystemapplicationFANUC specificationNo.SpecificationFANUC I/OLink interfaceA66L–6001–0008#L ∼Internal cable/fixedtypePreviousoptical fiberinterfaceSerialspindleinterfaceA66L–6001–0009#L ∼External cable/fixedt...

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    E. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD)B–63783EN/01462E LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD)When the ambient temperature is low, the brightness of the LCDdecreases. (The LCD screen is dark particularly immediately after thepower is turned on.) This phenomenon is not a failure but is a propertyspecific to the...

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    B–63783EN/01E. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD)463Guide position<5> Attach the four sides while pushing out air between the touch paneland protection sheet.Do not pull the protection sheet to correct its position with the partof the sheet kept stuck to the touch panel.<6> Press the adhe...

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    F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACEB–63783EN/01464F MEMORY CARD INTERFACEUsing the memory card interface located on the left side of the LCD,input/output of data inside the CNC and remote diagnosis using a modemcard can be performed. This appendix describes the memory cardinterface for data input/output....

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    B–63783EN/01F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE465The capacity of a memory card usually indicates an unformatted capacity.After formatting, the usable capacity decreases slightly. So, a memorycard with a capacity larger than the size of data and programs actuallystored needs to be prepared.Example:When t...

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    F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACEB–63783EN/01466WriteprotectswitchBatterycaseNameFunction1Write protectswitchWriting to the memory card can be disabled by setting thewrite protect switch.Writing is enabled.Writing is disabled.2Battery case A battery for data backup is housed within an SRAMmemory card. ...

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    B–63783EN/01F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACE467Battery holder replacement1) By replacing the battery holder, the user can use SRAM memory cardsthat used the previous batteries (CR2325 and BR2325) with the newbattery (CR2025).2) The battery holder set for CR2025 is available from shops handlingFujitsu e...

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    F. MEMORY CARD INTERFACEB–63783EN/014681. OverviewSeries 15/150i enable output and input of data to and from the flashATA card (which operates on 5 V).The flash ATA card has a built–in controller together with a memorydevice and, therefore, has the advantage that it can output and inputdata t...

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    B–63783EN/01G. TERMINAL MODULE469G TERMINAL MODULEG.1 OVERVIEWG.2 TOTAL CONNECTIONG.3 CONNECTION OF EACH PARTG.3.1 Pin AssignmentG.3.1.1 Connector Pin Assignment of Connector Panel I/O ModuleG.3.1.2 Connector–terminal Block Pin Assignment of Terminal ModuleG.3.2 Connection of 24VDC Power Supp...

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    G. TERMINAL MODULEB–63783EN/01470The terminal module is connected by connector panel I/O module and acable. It is the terminal module that a input/output signal (DI 24points/DO 16 points) from the machine side can be relayed with theterminal block.G.1OVERVIEW

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    B–63783EN/01G. TERMINAL MODULE471Terminal moduleTerminal moduleTerminal moduleTerminal moduleExtension module 3CNCI/O LINKJD1AMachine sideDI/DO+24V powersupplyBasic moduleExtension module 1Extension module 2CA52CB150CA53CA52CB150CA52CB150CA53CA52CA53CB150XP150XP150XP150XP150JD1BNOTEThe terminal...

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    G. TERMINAL MODULEB–63783EN/01472010V0V02DICOM0+24V03Xm+2.0Xm+2.104Xm+2.2Xm+2.305Xm+2.4Xm+2.506Xm+2.6Xm+2.70708091011Yn+1.0Yn+1.112Yn+1.2Yn+1.313Yn+1.4Yn+1.514Yn+1.6Yn+1.71516171819202122232425+24E0V0V0V26272829303132Xm+1.0Xm+1.1Xm+1.2Xm+1.3Xm+1.4Xm+1.5Xm+1.6Xm+1.73334+24V35Xm+0.0Xm+0.136Xm+0.2...

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    B–63783EN/01G. TERMINAL MODULE473123450VDICOMXm+0.3DICOM1718192021XT150A (YOSHIDA PX7–32A)A1A2+24EA3+24EA4A5A6A7A8A9A10A11A12A13A14A15A16A17XP150 (HIROSE HIF3CB–50PA–2.54DSA)Yn+1.0Yn+0.00V0VYn+1.1Yn+1.2Yn+0.1Yn+0.20V0VYn+1.3Yn+1.4Yn+0.3Yn+0.40VDICOM0Yn+1.5Yn+1.6A18A19A20A21Yn+0.5Yn+0.6Xm+...

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    G. TERMINAL MODULEB–63783EN/0147424VDC power supply into 2 system of control power supply +24V forconnector panel I/O module and +24E for machine side input/outputsignal, and it can be supplied.Of course, one power supply unit can supply to both the +24V and +24E.G.3.2Connection of 24VDCPower S...

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    B–63783EN/01G. TERMINAL MODULE47524VDC powersupplyXB1XB20V+24Xm+1.7Xm+1.6Xm+1.5Xm+1.4Xm+1.3Xm+1.2Xm+1.1Xm+1.0Xm+0.7Xm+0.6Xm+0.5Xm+0.4Xm+0.3Xm+0.2Xm+0.1Terminal moduleAddress number+24VCB150(18)(50)(42)(43)(44)(45)(46)(47)(48)(49)DICOM0Xm+0.0(25)(B14)(A17)(B17)(A20)(B20)(A23)(B23)(A25)(B09)XP150...

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    G. TERMINAL MODULEB–63783EN/01476+24EConnector panel I/O moduleAddress numberRVRVRVRVRVRVCB150(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16)(17)Xm+2.0Xm+2.1Xm+2.2Xm+2.3Xm+2.4Xm+2.5Xm+2.6Xm+2.7Bit numberXP150(B13)(A16)(B16)(A19)(B19)(A22)(B22)(A24)RVRV(31)(32)(14)(15)(16)(18)(19)(1)(2)(3)XT150A(30)Terminal module...

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    B–63783EN/01G. TERMINAL MODULE477NOTEXm+0.0 through Xm+0.7 are DI pins for which a commonvoltage can be selected.That is, set up a setting pin XB1 on “0V” side, set up a settingpin XB2 on “+24” side, by connecting the DICOM0 to the+24V power supply, a DI signal can be input with its log...

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    G. TERMINAL MODULEB–63783EN/01478Terminal moduleConnector panel I/O moduleAddress numberCB150(01),(33)(34)(35)(36)(37)(38)(39)(40)(41)Yn+0.0Yn+0.1Yn+0.2Yn+0.3Yn+0.4Yn+0.5Yn+0.6Yn+0.7Yn+1.0Yn+1.7Yn+1.6Yn+1.5Yn+1.4Yn+1.3Yn+1.2Yn+1.1Bit number(02)(B02)(A05)(B05)(A08)(B08)(A11)(B11)(A14)XP150(A01),...

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    B–63783EN/01G. TERMINAL MODULE479As for the mounting of the terminal module, a screw or DIN rail mountingis possible.Mounting hole(Unit mm)G.4MOUNTINGTERMINAL MODULE

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    G. TERMINAL MODULEB–63783EN/01480Ambient temperatureAt operation0_C to 55_CStoring or transporting–20_C to 60_CTemperaturechangeMax.0.3_C/minRelative humidityNormally75% or less (Relative humidity)Short time (Within one month) 95% or less (Relative humidity)VibrationOperating 0.5G or lessEnv...

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    B–63783EN/01H. TERMINAL MODULE A481H TERMINAL MODULE AH.1 OVERVIEWH.2 TOTAL CONNECTIONH.3 CONNECTION OF EACH PARTH.3.1 Pin AssignmentH.3.2 Connection of 24VDC Power Supply and SignalsH.3.2.1 24VDC Power Supply ConnectionH.3.2.2 DI (Input Signal) ConnectionH.3.2.3 DO (Output Signal) ConnectorH.3...

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    H. TERMINAL MODULE AB–63783EN/01482The Terminal Module A is connected by the Connector Panel I/O Moduledirectly. It is the Terminal Module A that a input/output signal (DI 24points/DO 16 points) from the machine side can be relayed with theterminal block. And output signal (DO 16 points) are al...

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    B–63783EN/01H. TERMINAL MODULE A483Extension Module 1Terminal ModuleTerminal ModuleTerminal ModuleTerminal ModuleExtension Module 3CNCI/O LINKJD1AMachine SideDI/DO+24VBasic ModuleExtension Module 2CA52CB150CA53CA52CB150CA52CB150CA53CA52CA53CB150CB150CB150CB150CB150X150X150X150XT150A/BXT150A/BXT...

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    H. TERMINAL MODULE AB–63783EN/01484H.3CONNECTION OFEACH PART

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    B–63783EN/01H. TERMINAL MODULE A485Terminal and Connector pin assignment of the Terminal ModuleYn+1.7123450VDICOMXm+0.3DICOM1718192021XT150A (YOSHIDA PX7–32A)A1A2A3A4A5A6A7A8A9A10A11A12A13A14A15A16A17X150 (HIROSE HIF3CB–50PA–2.54DSA)Yn+0.2Yn+0.6Yn+0.0Yn+1.0Yn+0.1Yn+1.2Yn+0.3Yn+0.5Yn+0.7Yn...

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    H. TERMINAL MODULE AB–63783EN/0148624VDC power supply into 2 system of control power supply +24V for theconnector panel I/O module and +24E for machine side input/outputsignal, and it can be supplied.Also one power supply unit can supply to both the +24V and +24E.H.3.2Connection of 24VDCPower S...

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    B–63783EN/01H. TERMINAL MODULE A487XB2Terminal Module AConnector Panel I/O ModuleAddress NumberBit Number+24VCB150(18)(50)(42)(43)(44)(45)(46)(47)(48)(49)DICOM0Xm+0.0Xm+0.1Xm+0.2Xm+0.3Xm+0.4Xm+0.5Xm+0.6Xm+0.7XT150B(32)RV(24)(25)(26)(27)(28)(29)(30)(31)(32)XT150A(17)(19)(20)(2)(3)(4)(21)(22)(23)...

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    H. TERMINAL MODULE AB–63783EN/01488+24E+24EConnector Panel I/O ModuleTerminal Module AAddress NumberBit NumberCB150(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16)(17)XT150A(30)(31)(32)XT150B(17)(18)(19)RVRVRVRVRVRVRVRVXm+2.0Xm+2.1Xm+2.2Xm+2.3Xm+2.4Xm+2.5Xm+2.6Xm+2.7(14)(15)(16)(1)(2)(3)NOTEXm+0.0 through Xm+0.7 a...

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    B–63783EN/01H. TERMINAL MODULE A489(28)(10)(11)(12)(29)(30)(31)(13)(14)(15)(A08)(A06)(B08)(A09),(B09)(A10),(B10)(A11),(B11)(A12),(B12)(27)(26)(A05)(5)(6)(23)(24)(B06)(A18)(A07)(22)Address numberBit numberRelayRelay0V+24ETerminal Module AConnector Panel I/O ModuleCB150(01),(33)(34)(35)(36)(37)(3...

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    H. TERMINAL MODULE AB–63783EN/01490NOTEAt Connection parts of the Terminal Module, meansthe terminal “XT150B”, means the connector“X150”.

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    B–63783EN/01H. TERMINAL MODULE A491Connect I/O modules mounted on the Terminal module A by using34–pin flat cable connectors as shown in the figure below. Ensure that all34 pins at one end of the cable are connected to the corresponding pinsat the other end; e.g., connect the A1 pin to the pi...

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    H. TERMINAL MODULE AB–63783EN/01492As for the mounting of the Terminal Module A, a screw or DIN railmounting is possible.XT150A7.626.21421714415.31183711.71.65141106.5Spacer*9449455845M3 6LMounting hole4–φ4.8Dismounting holeXT150BXT150XB1XB26411660(Unit mm)NOTEWhen mounting the Terminal Modu...

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    B–63783EN/01H. TERMINAL MODULE A493Ambient temperatureAt operation0_C to 55_CStoring or transporting–20_C to 60_CTemperaturechangeMax.0.3_C/minRelative humidityNormally75% or less (Relative humidity)Short time (Within one month) 95% or less (Relative humidity)VibrationOperating 0.5G or lessE...

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    I. RELAY MODULE AB–63783EN/01494I RELAY MODULE AI.1 OVERVIEWI.2 TOTAL CONNECTIONI.3 CONNECTION OF EACH PARTI.3.1 Pin AssignmentI.3.2 Connection of the Relay Module AI.4 OUTLINE OF THE RELAY MODULE AI.5 SPECIFICATIONSI.5.1 Installation SpecificationsI.5.2 Ordering SpecificationsI.5.3 Module Spec...

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    B–63783EN/01I. RELAY MODULE A495Relay Module A has 10 relays and is used when driving the load of theexceeding the rated current of the Connector Panel I/O Module’s DO. Thismodule is connected to the Terminal module A “A03B–0815–C021”which the Connector Panel I/O Module is mounted on ...

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    I. RELAY MODULE AB–63783EN/01496I/O LINKJD1AMachine side DI/DOBasic Module Terminal module ACA52CB150CA53CA52CB150CA52CB150CA53CA52CA53CB150CB150CB150CB150CB150X150X150X150XT150A/BXT150A/BXT150A/BXT150A/BX150XP1 XP2XP1XP1 XP2XP1 XP2XP1XP1XP1XP1 XP2XT1XT1XT1XT1XT1XT1XT1XT1Extension Module 1+24V ...

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    B–63783EN/01I. RELAY MODULE A497Terminal and Connector pin assignment of the Relay Module A.246810COM113579KA1A12141618202224262830111315171921232527293231XT1A01A02+24EA03A04A05A06A07A08A09A10A11A12A13A14A15A16A17XP1+24EYn+0.2Yn+0.6Yn+0.0Yn+1.0Yn+0.1Yn+1.2Yn+0.3Yn+0.5Yn+0.7Yn+1.1Yn+1.3Yn+1.4Yn+...

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    I. RELAY MODULE AB–63783EN/014980V+24E0V+24EConnector Panel I/O Module Terminal Module AAddress No.Bit No.CB150(01)(33)(34)(35)(36)(37)(38)(39)(40)(41)(02)(03)Yn+0.0Yn+0.1Yn+0.2Yn+0.3Yn+0.4Yn+0.5Yn+0.6Yn+0.7Yn+1.0Yn+1.1DVDVDVDVDVDVDVDVXT150B(20)(21)(B04)(22)(B05)(4)(5)(B03)(6)(B06)(23)(24)(A18)...

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    B–63783EN/01I. RELAY MODULE A499NOTE1 About Connection of the DI, refer to connection manual ofConnector Panel I/O Module.2 At Connection parts of the Terminal Module A, means the terminal “XT150B”, means the connector“X150”.

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    I. RELAY MODULE AB–63783EN/01500DV0V+24E0VConnector Panel I/O Module CB150(04)(05)(06)(07)(08)(09)X150(A01)(B01)XT1(10)(11)(A06)(12)(B08)(29)(30)(A09)(B09)(31)(A10)(B10)(13)(14)(A11)(B11)(15)(A12)(B12)Yn+1.2Yn+1.3Yn+1.4Yn+1.5Yn+1.6Yn+1.7XP1(A01)(B01)(A06)(B08)(A09)(B09)(A10)(B10)(A11)(B11)(A12)...

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    B–63783EN/01I. RELAY MODULE A501+24EXT1(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16)(17)(18)(19)(20)(21)(22)(23)(24)(25)(26)(27)(28)(29)(30)(31)(32)(33)(34)(35)(36)(37)(38)(39)(40)KA1KA2KA3KA4KA5KA6KA7KA8KA9KA10Relay module AKA1ACOM1KA1CCOM1KA2ACOM1KA2CCOM2COM2COM3KA3ACOM3KA34CCOM3KA4...

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    I. RELAY MODULE AB–63783EN/01502Threaded holefor earth (M4)XP1XP2XT1Unit=mmI.4OUTLINE OF THERELAY MODULE A

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    B–63783EN/01I. RELAY MODULE A503Ambient TemperatureAt operation0_C to 55_CStoring or transporting–20_C to 60_CTemperatureChangeMax.0.3_C/minRelative HumidityNormally75% or less (Relative humidity)Short time (Within one month) 95% or less (Relative humidity)VibrationOperating 0.5G or lessEnvi...

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    IndexB–63783EN/01i–1[Symbols]α Spindle 295,Interface, 283[Numbers]20–pin Interface Connectors and 447,Cables, 43524VDC Power Supply 486,Connection, 474, 498,4862A DO (Output Signal) 95,Connection, 832A–Output Connector Pin Assignment 94,Diagram, 822A–Output DO Signal 96,Ratings,...

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    IndexB–63783EN/01i–2Connector (on the Cable Side) 181,Specifications, 169Connector (on the cable side) 262,specifications., 250Connector 318,layout, 306Connector Layout for Sink Output Operator’s PanelConnection 217,Unit, 205Connector 354,Location, 342Connector 274,Locations, 262Conne...

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    B–63783EN/01Indexi–3High–speed Serial Bus 329,(HSSB), 317High–speed Skip (HDI) Signal 292,Interface, 280[I]I/O Link 253,connection, 241I/O Unit 284,Interface, 272Input Signal Regulations for the Connection 190,Unit, 178Input Signal Regulations for the Operator’s PanelConnection 21...

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    IndexB–63783EN/01i–4Pin 484,Assignment, 472, 497,485Pin 249,assignment, 237PMC 179,Addresses, 167Position Coder 297,Interface, 285Power 119,Connection, 107, 136,124Power ON/OFF control signal 254,connection, 242Power ON/OFF 71,Sequence, 59Power 21,Requirements, 9Power source 311,co...

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    Revision RecordFANUCSeries15i/150i-MODELBCONNECTION MANUAL (HARDWARE) (B–63783EN)01Dec., 2001EditionDateContentsEditionDateContents

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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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